Pathfinder is an after school, violence prevention program in Muskegon for 20 years. We are committed to helping low-income families and youth in their education, mental health, and nutritional needs in difficult times.
Since 1997, Pathfinders has been a haven for youth in the Muskegon area. For over 23 years, we have been committed to helping families and youth finding their path in life. As an after school program, the services we provide are unique to our community. We believe in assisting and supporting low-income families in mental health, nutritional needs, personal hygiene, clothing, and tutoring. Furthermore, to ensure we are providing these necessary services, we include the community in our extension programs, "I am the Village", and "The A-Mack Program". These extension programs focus on making the community aware of the services we provide, understanding we are all on this journey together, sharing, and experiencing life together. Also, they address social issues within and outside of communities such as domestic violence. The A-Mack Program was a program founded by the mother of Aniya Mack, a young woman who became a victim of domestic violence. Her passing has moved our entire community to devote more attention to these types of issues within our city. We value all contributions made towards helping us continue to much-needed service we provide.
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