Pathways to Independence

Los Alamitos, CA   |  www.pathwaystoindependence.org

Mission

Pathways to Independence is committed to transforming the lives of disadvantaged, single young women through education, therapy, mentoring, housing, and healthcare to break the cycle of poverty and abuse.Coming from diverse backgrounds of neglect, violence, foster care and homelessness, Pathways to Independence participants work towards becoming self-sufficient members of society through obtaining a college education, healing and becoming empowered.

Ruling year info

1994

Executive Director

Mrs. Goretty Ramos

Main address

P.O. Box 43

Los Alamitos, CA 90720 USA

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EIN

33-0148082

NTEE code info

Higher Education Institutions (B40)

Other Housing Support Services (L80)

Health Support Services (E60)

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Pathways to Independence

Pathways to Independence is a comprehensive program providing education, health care, counseling, mentoring, housing and automotive support to women living below the poverty level. While in receipt of this support, these young women commit to a program of education that will lead them to social and financial independence.Currently 45-50 young women are in the program, all who have suffered poverty. 70% are recovering from chemical dependency, 60% have experienced sexual abuse and have specialized therapists treating that issue and about 60% of our clients have experienced homelessness. Clients remain in the Pathways program approximately 3-5 years, the large majority receiving a Bachelor's degree.Since inception, Pathways to Independence  has operated with a relatively high program efficiency ratio (program services / total expenses), which averages 80%.  This reflects the tremendous contributions from close to 300 volunteers.  No one who serves on the Board of Directors receive any remuneration.  

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Pathways to Independence

Board of directors
as of 7/25/2019
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Board chair

Mrs. Elizabeth Hogrebe

Educator

Term: 2018 - 2019

Jeff Barke

Physician

Lisa Fluke

Executive Legal Assistant

Susan Gowin

Community Volunteer

Diana Hill

Business woman

Will Droun

Business man

Nikki Harris

Dave Hatton

Elizabeth Hogrebe

Tracy Hutton

Ron Murrey

Jerry Green

Community Volunteer

Janica Jesson

Tiffony Jacobs

Raymond Cervantes