Helping You, Help Others.
Tax ID: 80-0822849
501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization
Pathways To Hope/Cell Dogs Training Program
Pathways to Hope is committed to making a difference in our communities by changing the lives of individuals and dogs that need our help to make better choices.
Our Cell Dog training programs are community collaborative efforts between ourselves, local shelter and rescue groups and the participating correctional facility. Each partner plays in important role in developing a specialized training program which includes an intensive four week Lecture/Demo program for the incarcerated program participants, followed by an 8 to 10 week Basic Obedience program with the selected shelter dogs.
Once the dogs have completed half of their prescribed training curriculum, we identify those who appear ideally suited for an advanced training program after graduation. Those dogs will then participate in a customized program to become service dogs for children afflicted with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The other loving canine participants will be lovingly adopted once they complete their Basic Obedience program. (Please see the sections of the individual programs for more information.)
Pal Humane Society
PAL Humane Society is dedicated to:
•Assisting people in our local communities care for their pets with pet food and spay/neuter services
•Assisting disabled persons who need service dogs
•The prevention of cruelty to animals through public outreach and education.
The Concerned Family
The Concerned Family (TCF) believes in the concept that homelessness is not caused by simply the loss of a home but rather the end result of a series of unmet needs. TCF is reacting proactive to this issue by combining public resources, private resources, finances, affordable housing, and needs assessments in offering solutions to the individuals. We know we can make a difference, as we already have in many people’s lives.
Arctic Paws for Service
Arctic Paws For Service is an organization of dedicated Alaskans,
whose primary activity is to provide trained service dogs to Alaskans with disabilities to promote independent living.
It is our mission to enrich the lives of Alaskans with disabilities by the training of service dogs to promote independent living. To the extent we are able to help you or your loved one - we have succeeded
Fidos For Freedom
Fidos For Freedom, Inc. (Fidos) is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization located at 1200 Sandy Spring Road, Laurel, Maryland. Founded in 1987, the organization has been a constant in the region for the last 25 years, providing Assistance Dogs and Therapy Dogs to communities within a 75-mile radius, including the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan areas.
Fidos for Freedom has a number of programs which directly involve the training and utilization of dogs in service and therapy. The Client Services Program deals with individuals who have either mobility or hearing challenges and can benefit from a trained dog to help ameliorate their disabilities. The Training Program provides puppy raising, skilled training for service dogs, and continuing education for the dog and client teams.
Irreducible Grace Foundation
Canine Support Teams
Founded in 1989, by Carol Roquemore, Canine Support Teams provides service dogs to increase the ability of someone with disabilities to live independently while simultaneously providing loving companionship. Canine Support Teams is a non-profit organization, made possible by the many people who give of their time, energy, money and love for the purpose of enhancing the lives of those affected by disabilities.