ROCK HILL, SC (October 9, 2021) – As York County's population continues to grow, so does the number of people in crisis, poverty, and homelessness. Many adults and families who want help don't know where to go or start the process. Rather than directing them to one agency, then another agency, all in different locations throughout the community, Pathways Community Center aims to be the first door in one’s journey out of poverty. Through collaboration and coordinated care, the on-site service agencies assist those in need through professional, convenient, and accessible services which now include Bethel Day Shelter.
Effective October 1 at 8:30 a.m., the Bethel Men’s Shelter has officially expanded its mission to operate the Bethel Day Shelter at the campus of Pathways Community Center in Rock Hill, 546 South Cherry Road, Suite G. Bethel Men’s Shelter has an extensive history of serving those in our community, being recognized as the first year-round emergency shelter in the tri-county area.
The Bethel Men’s Shelter is excited for the opportunity to serve more homeless residents in our community, and we are excited to work alongside them to best serve those who enter the doors of Pathways Community Center. The shelter will operate seven days per week and remain open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., offering laundry services, showers and restroom facilities, lockers, respite, and partner with other agencies to connect clients to needed services.
For more information about the life changing work that is happening at Pathways Community Center or our campus please contact Alex Greenawalt, Center Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (803-366-7284. We are committed to being one place, helping people in our community by partnering with those who are committed to doing the same.