Jul, 19
Making Waves in Marion County
By Kiley Yuthas | July 23rd, 2019

We recently concluded a pilot project with the Marion County Reentry Initiative that was created to support men and women with trauma-coping and cognitive-behavioral skills programs as they prepared for release from prison and jail back into the community. Over the course of five months from February to June 2019, we served 166 participants at…

Apr, 19
Reentry to me means another chance
By Kiley Yuthas | April 8th, 2019

In recognition of Second Chance Month, throughout April we will be sharing stories from The Pathfinder Network staff and community answering the question, "What does reentry mean to you?" Today's story comes from Richard Hines-Norwood, Parenting Inside Out Program Manager.   Reentry to me means another chance. It means newness and opportunity. It means we…

Jul, 18
Pathfinders of Oregon Announces Name Change to The Pathfinder Network
By Kiley Yuthas | July 16th, 2018

Pathfinders of Oregon, a social service nonprofit serving individuals and families impacted by the criminal justice system, announced today it is changing its name to The Pathfinder Network. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the name change reflects the organization’s expanded vision for communities that welcome all people, provide second chances, and create pathways to change on…

May, 18
Family Art Night – Center For Family Success
By Kiley Yuthas | May 1st, 2018

Friday, March 24, was a night filled with the smiles of children and adults alike. It was Family Art Night at the Center For Family Success, a time for sharing good food, creating colorful arts and crafts, and enjoying friends and family.

May, 17
Staff Retreat
By Kiley Yuthas | May 1st, 2017

It was an event for laughing, singing, enjoying good food, connecting with staff members and board members, and sharing information. It was Pathfinders’ 2017 Staff Retreat and our team members came out in full force to participate in the festivities. The event brought staff together, from across the state, to explore the theme of “Personal…