Pathways and Groups
We’ve gone beyond just putting a bandaid on people’s problems. We go the next step and to try to help them gain the tools necessary so that they can get back on their feet and they don’t have to depend on assistance from Interfaith and other agencies.
I never thought there would have been a camp like this that would be this much fun.
Our in-person path offers one-on-one opportunities to evaluate your current situation and find a path to personal success. Participants will develop a personal spending plan, explore possible careers, and expand their self-confidence and real-world transferrable skills.
The loss of a loved one changes a person's life completely. Interfaith offers a safe place for those who are grieving to come together and provide a support for each other. The group provides help on navigating the grief journey. These groups are offered at our Susquehanna and Montrose locations with separate groups for men and women. The groups are offered throughout the year.
Junior High students will experience hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math activities shaped around service learning in a business setting. Student solve real world business problems while learning powerful communication skills.
Each spring, Interfaith partners with The Salvation Army to send 10-18 children age 7-12 to a week-long overnight trip to camp at Camp Ladore in Waymart Pennsylvania free of charge. Here at Interfaith we collect the information and register the children for this program. We also provide transportation to and from the camp. Each year the children enjoy themselves and are still talking about their wonderful time when they participate in our back to school shoe program.