Join our Game Night on May 23rd, 4-6pm

Join us for a Game Night event on May 23rd! We’re hosting an event for gamers and friends of Community Pathways to meet up and play games together. Support providers and friends of CPI are welcome to come. We look forward to seeing you!

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Date: Thursday, May 23

Time: 4-6pm

Location: On the 4th floor of the Seven Corners Collaborative building at 2475 SE Ladd Avenue, Portland, OR 97214

What will be provided: Games! Snack foods and drinks. Members of the Community Pathways team will be at the event. Support providers, family, and friends are welcome to join!

Please RSVP to Kristine at kolson@communitypath.org or (503) 935-5243 ext. 228

Questions? Contact Kristine.

We look forward to seeing you!

2018 TASH Conference is Coming to Portland

The 2018 TASH Conference is coming to Portland on November 28-30. Community Pathways is glad to be serving on the Local Host Committee, along with our Seven Corners Collaborative partners: Community Vision, FACT Oregon, and Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities.

We invite self advocates, educators and students, professionals in the field of developmental disabilities, and community leaders to join us in being a part of this wonderful opportunity.

Register to be an Attendee, Volunteer, and/or Sponsor. A few Registration Scholarships are still available to Oregon residents (self-advocates and family members).

Questions? Email Kristine at kolson@communitypath.org

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Our New Website Launches Today

Today is the day! After months of planning, gathering feedback, and creating and editing (and re-editing) content, Community Pathways is launching its new-and-improved website!

We are excited to be sharing more information about our team, the brokerage process, community-based resources, and more with you all. This site has been created with the individuals we serve, their family members, providers (PSWs and agencies), and fellow community members in mind. We hope you find the site useful!

We invite you to connect with us to share your stories and feedback, and to let us know what other information and resources you'd like to see on our site. We value your feedback. It helps us to improve our services and further our mission of assisting people with disabilities to live empowered, self-determined lives.

Another great way to connect with us and receive the latest updates is by liking and following us on Facebook.

We look forward to connecting with more of you soon. Thank you for checking in!

-Community Pathways Team