Pathways’ provide a home, personal support, assistance with domestic and social skills, and advice on education and training for employment for people in the Criminal Justice System and those experiencing homelessness.

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Support Pathways this Christmas

The Pathways’ support team currently run in-house art sessions, which rotate every eight weeks between our four projects. We have found these activities very successful, with many residents engaging in the sessions, socialising with other residents and enjoying creating their own artwork. Since participating in these activities, we have noticed an improvement in residents’ confidence, self-esteem and sense of self.

This Christmas, we are raising funds to continue the art activities throughout 2024. We also aim to raise enough money to take residents on art days out.

All funds raised will go towards Pathways’ art activities if you can donate. Your donation could be spent in the following ways:

£5 – could buy new pencils, pens and paper for an art activity.

£20 – could pay for public transport for five residents participating in community art activities.

£50 – could pay for art supplies for one month of activities.

£100 – could pay for multiple days out for residents to visit museums and art galleries.

Visit our Just Giving appeal page

Pathways aim to improve self-esteem and confidence so that residents move on to achieve a more positive and settled way of life within the community.

Projects offer variety and flexibility in accommodation and support. Residents will be placed in the most appropriate house, considering their preferences and required level of support.

General Information

  • Pathways Supported Accommodation projects are for people aged 18+
  • All projects have CCTV in communal spaces and access to an emergency out-of-hours on-call staff member outside of office hours and throughout the weekend.
  • Medway projects have a maximum length of stay of two years.
  • Maidstone Projects have a maximum length of stay of one year.

Offender Projects

Criminal Justice Projects provide accommodation throughout Kent for all prison leavers, including those who have committed serious crimes and those with less serious criminal histories who need high-intensity help and support.