What is Pathways?

Pathways is a program for single women and women with children who are homeless or are at risk of being homeless. The programs’ priority is to assist women and children who have experienced domestic violence or are currently experiencing domestic violence and want to leave.

Who can access Pathways?

Pathways can assist women 18 years and over, with or without children who live in the Wingecarribee area or have strong ties to the area.

Where is Pathways located?

The Pathways office is located in the Southern Highlands for appointments Monday to Friday, 9.30am – 4.30pm. Address will be advised to client at time of confirming appointment.

Who can benefit from Pathways?

Women and children are supported by Pathways in a flexible and individual approach. We have strong partnerships with other key services such as Community Housing and Domestic Violence services as well as other community agencies. If we can’t help, we may know who can.

Can I volunteer for Pathways?

Due to the sensitive nature of the program and under the Anti-discrimination Act, clients within the Pathways program can only be supported by female staff and volunteers with appropriate experience.

How can I find out more about Pathways?

For further information please phone 02 4861 4847. If you are experiencing a crisis phone calls are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.