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You can contact our Policy Department at policy (at) pathwayspa (dot) org.

Corporate Office
310 Amosland Road
Holmes, PA 19043
Phone: 610-543-5022
Fax: 610-543-1549
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Center for Families
Wawa, PA 19063
Phone: 610-459-9177
Fax: 610-459-3765

EARN Center

926 W. Allegheny Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19133
Phone: 215-226-2600
Fax: 215-228-3980
Map of Location  Directions

SIL Administrative Office / Financial Path$
3617 Lancaster Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Phone: 215-387-1470
Fax: 215-222-3673
Map of Location  Directions

SIL Satellite Site
4991 Parkside Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Phone: 215-473-0980
Fax: 215-473-0982
Map of Location  Directions

Transitional Living Program
4911 Walnut St.
Philadelphia, PA 19139
Phone: 215-921-9672
Fax: 215-921-9674
Map of Location  Directions

Truancy Prevention / Project Peace

4700 Wissahickon Ave.
Suite 101
Philadelphia, PA 19144
Phone: 215-549-2686
Fax: 215-549-2688
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