Pathways Adopts New Mission Statement

by in Blog, News June 17, 2022

Pathways has adopted a new mission statement to better reflect the organization’s work in the community as they grow their services to reach an increased number of residents in northern Colorado.

Pathways new mission statement is now:

Honoring every moment of life with compassion, dignity, and expertise.

With offices located in both Larimer and Weld counties, Pathways is the largest and leading provider of hospice, palliative and grief counseling care in northern Colorado.  The local nonprofit provides symptom management and support for serious long-term illness (Palliative Care), expert medical and hospice care for individuals navigating the last months of life, and grief counseling and programs for those mourning the loss of a loved one or dealing with a tragedy.

From its beginnings in 1978, when a group of nurses came together in Loveland to voluntarily care for a friend in the final months of her life, Pathways has been caring for northern Colorado residents regardless of financial circumstance.

In July, 2022, Pathways will open the only stand-alone, inpatient hospice care center in northern Colorado to add to its abilities to provide a full continuum of care for individuals living in Larimer County, western Weld County, and the Highway 85 and I-25 corridors including the towns of Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley, and Windsor.