Importantly, the Army will continue to serve all those that come to us in need. However, Pathway of Hope requires us to be more intentional and focused with our resources to provide targeted services to those that have a desire to take action and change the course of their lives, starting with families with children. This is important because we know that families often face a cycle of recidivism – where families move from crisis to crisis and remain vulnerable. By successfully offering a targeted set of services, rooted in strengths‐based case management, we will help more families truly break the cycle of crisis and achieve stability.
The Strengths Perspective focuses on possibilities rather than problems and strives to identify and develop strengths to assist clients reach their goals and dreams. It is a process of developing a team that includes the client, the case manager, and the community. A caseworker works intensively with a small number of families to help them achieve their short and long‐term goals through collaboration and providing access to community resources