Pathfinder Inc

Transitional Housing
Huntsville, AL
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3104 Ivy Avenue SW
Huntsville, AL - 35805

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About Pathfinder Inc

The Pathfinder, is a non-profit, residential rehabilitation program for men who are serious about recovering from their drug and alcohol addictions but need extra support as they rebuild their lives. They provide a structured environment in which clients can take the journey of recovery one Rebuilding Lives, Improving the Community Since 1976, The Pathfinder has provided services for thousands of people. The Mission of Pathfinder for each person who enters the program: - To take responsibility for their life; - To participate in a 12-step recovery  - To secure a job in order to pay for participation in the program; - To learn independent living skills - To develop coping skills - To become productive citizens

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