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Yankton Medical Clinic Makes Donation to Pathways Homeless Shelter

Dec 18, 2020 09:15AM ● By Med Magazine

Pictured Above: L-R: Abigail Reynolds, M.D., Martha Holstein, M.D., Ashley Langdon, World of Work intern, Jesse Baily, executive director, Pathways, Joseph Tielke, program director, Pathways, Jordan Schild, M.D., April Willman, M.D., Sara Pepper,  M.D. 

Community support is a pillar of Yankton Medical Clinic, P.C. values and is proud to  present Pathways Shelter for the Homeless with a check in the amount of $5,000. 

Pathways Shelter for the Homeless provides short-term emergency shelter to families and individuals facing  homelessness. Jesse Baily, executive director, was thrilled at receiving news of the donation. He expressed that  the funds would help meet the needs of many at the shelter. 

In 2015 Pathways moved into their current facility located at 412 E. 4th Street in Yankton, they saw a large  increase in families seeking assistance. The facility has space for 48 individuals and on average Pathways  assists 30 families each month. 

Pathways Shelter for the Homeless plans to renovate the basement and expand the space available to serve  clients. They hope to break ground in January and the project is slated to take six weeks. “By renovating the  basement, we will be able to double our space and serve 96 people at a time” explained Baily.  

In addition to providing emergency shelter, Pathways works with clients to form a long-term plan to get back on  their feet. To learn more about Pathways Shelter for the Homeless and the services they provide visit