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Committed to You!

Pathfinder Services is dedicated to helping those in need along life’s journey.

Pathfinder Services supports people through education, training, community integration, housing, homeownership programs, and employment services. Our goal is for everyone we serve to feel a state of well-being grounded in a philosophy of self-reliance and integration into the communities in which they choose to live.

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Our Services

Find the services that are right for you!

Pathfinder Services has six different divisions set up uniquely to meet the needs of those we serve. Our divisions include Community Supports, Resource Connection, Outsource Manufacturing, Kids Kampus, HomeOwnership Center, and Amramp.

Stories that Inspire

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Mary burke volunteering

Almost 40 years ago, Mary Burke’s youngest child went off to kindergarten, and Mary went out to sell encyclopedias door-to-door. She quickly learned that wasn’t her gift, but she didn’t quite know what her gift was.

Eager to help her friend, who was a nurse affiliated with Pathfinder Services, Mary applied for a job opening in adult daily activities. Though she lacked the self-confidence to believe she had…

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In 1955, the options available to those with disabilities in Huntington County were nearly non-existent. But perseverance from Vickie Cundiff’s family paid off to provide a life rich with adventure and happiness.

When Vickie became school age, her mother searched for a school until she found Vera Cruz in Bluffton. This was quite a drive for the family, but they transported Vickie back and forth for several years…

Kristian cleaning windows

For Kristian, Pathfinder Services is about opportunity and family.

Three years ago, Billie Ison, Employment Specialist at Pathfinder Resource Connection, shadowed Kristian at the Pathfinder Services Fort Wayne office. Kristian thrived so much that when a janitorial position opened up, Billie contacted Kristian and had him meet with the Office Manager. As the old saying goes, the rest is history.

In the past three years, Kristian has learned…

Newsroom

The Latest Pathfinder News

Pathfinder Services, Inc. shares stories and communications with local, regional, and national media outlets to bring attention and awareness to the agency and its mission.

March 30, 2021
Pathfinder Services and City of Wabash Hold Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for New Group Home as Part of Disability Awareness Month
HUNTINGTON, IN - Pathfinder Services and the City of Wabash held a ceremony today officially cutting the ribbon on the new Pathfinder… Read More
Wabash
March 23, 2021
Pathfinder Services and Wabash Officials Hold Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for New Office and Officially Proclaim March as Disability Awareness Month
WABASH, IN - Pathfinder Services and the City of Wabash held a ceremony today officially proclaiming March as Disability Awareness Month… Read More
Wabash
March 15, 2021
Huntington Mayor Richard Strick Collaborates on Painting with Pathfinder Services Artists as Part of Disability Awareness Month
HUNTINGTON, IN - Pathfinder Services and the City of Huntington are collaborating to celebrate March as Disability Awareness Month with… Read More
Huntington, IN
March 15, 2021
Faces of Inclusion March 2021
"Not only do we offer great benefits, but for a limited time, new employees can earn up to $750 in bonuses." - Danielle Tips… Read More
March 12, 2021
Huntington Mayor Richard Strick Reads to Children at Kids Kampus for Disability Awareness Month
HUNTINGTON, IN - Pathfinder Services and the City of Huntington are collaborating to celebrate March as Disability Awareness Month with… Read More
Pathfinder Kids Kampus
March 08, 2021
Huntington Mayor Richard Strick Officially Proclaims March as Disability Awareness Month Today at Pathfinder Services
HUNTINGTON, IN - Huntington Mayor Richard Strick held a ceremony today at 3:00 p.m. at Pathfinder Services officially proclaiming March… Read More
Huntington, IN
March 01, 2021
Pathfinder Services, City of Huntington, and City of Wabash Join Forces to Celebrate Disability Awareness Month
HUNTINGTON, IN - Pathfinder Services, the City of Huntington, and the City of Wabash are collaborating to celebrate Disability Awareness… Read More
Wabash
February 19, 2021
Pathfinder Services Celebrates Kids Kampus Expansion with Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
HUNTINGTON, IN - Pathfinder Services held an official ribbon-cutting ceremony this morning, Monday, February 15 at 10 a.m. to celebrate… Read More
February 01, 2021
Pathfinder Services Receives $75,000 Vantage Grant from AWS Foundation
HUNTINGTON, IN - Pathfinder Services has been awarded a $75,000 Vantage Grant from AWS Foundation to identify and explore significant… Read More
January 14, 2021
Faces of Inclusion January 2021
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December 23, 2020
Pathfinder Services Kids Kampus Receives $20,000 Toy Donation
Huntington, IN – Pacers Sports and Entertainment, the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, and Jakks Pacific Toys joined forces for the third year in a… Read More
July 27, 2020
Pathfinder Services Kids Kampus Receives $15,000 Grant from PNC Foundation
HUNTINGTON, Ind., July 27, 2020 - Pathfinder Services Kids Kampus received a $15,000 grant from the PNC Foundation’s Grow Up Great®… Read More
July 03, 2020
Pathfinder Services Moves Toast to the Arts Live Event to Online Art Auction
Huntington, IN – Pathfinder Services is moving the annual in-person Toast to the Arts fundraising event to an online art auction that… Read More
June 15, 2020
Pathfinder Services Partners with Fusion Chemical for COVID-19 Needs
Huntington, IN – The need for hand sanitizer during COVID-19 has led to a new partnership between Pathfinder Services OutSource… Read More
June 11, 2020
Pathfinder Services, Inc. Names Danielle Tips as New President and CEO
Pathfinder Services, Inc. Board Chair Paula Whiting has announced the hiring of Danielle Tips as the new President and CEO to replace… Read More
Upcoming Events

Join Us For Special Events

As a not-for-profit organization, Pathfinder Services relies on your generosity to positively impact the lives of the individuals we serve and to make our communities stronger. We hold three major fundraising events each year to support different divisions and programs within Pathfinder Services.

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Toast to the Arts
August 19, 2021
06:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Toast to the Arts is our annual fundraising event to celebrate and raise money for our Pathfinder Services Art Studios. The event is an evening of wine, entertainment, the unveiling of a community art project involving the artists at Pathfinder Services, one-of-a-kind art auctions, and a marketplace to purchase artist creations
Trunk or treat pumpkin costume
Halloween Trunk or Treat
October 29, 2021
06:00 pm
Pathfinder Kids Kampus hosts a Halloween Trunk or Treat event in late October that is free and open to the public. Staff members and those we serve decorate the trunks of their cars and line up in a safe, well-lit area to hand out Halloween candy and trinkets to all children who show up in costume.
Pathfinder Kids Kampus • Huntington, IN
FREE
Community supports table annual dinner
Annual Dinner
November 04, 2021
05:30 pm - 08:30 pm
The annual dinner is an evening of fine dining with a program for Pathfinder Services to celebrate accomplishments and recognize Community Partners for assisting in the creation of opportunities for those we serve. The three major individual awards presented are the Timothy Hancher Direct Support Service Award, the Chant Thompson HERO Award, and the Herbert D. LaMont Award.
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Donate

As a not-for-profit organization, Pathfinder Services relies on your generosity to positively Impact the lives of the individuals we serve.

Volunteer

Your support is vital to our agency. We offer several volunteer options and opportunities. Please volunteer today.

Careers

We are looking for caring and dedicated people who are dependable, have a strong work ethic, are dedicated, and have a clear passion for serving others.

Russell family testimonial
“We felt like we could only dream of more space and stability for their family. The HomeOwnership Center made it possible!”
Erik Russell