LA TIMES: Los Alamitos nonprofit uses education, therapy to help at-risk women

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Since its founding in 1991 by Laurel Continuation High School Principal Dave Bishop and his wife Joyce, Pathways to independence has helped hundreds of at-risk local women ages 18 to 35 rise out of poverty, adversity and abusive environments by providing healthcare, therapy and housing. With the help of local donors, Pathways now owns three apartment buildings in Huntington Beach to house its growing number of “clients”.   The LA Times has the story.  

Author: Los Al TV

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