The Way Station exists as a community resource for families and individuals in need; our food pantry, monthly food distribution, job training, support groups, and emergency assistance are just a few of the ways we work to reflect the love of Jesus!

Find clothes and necessities at well below retail, while helping to support our programs.

Break the cycle of poverty with local mentoring.

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Participate in upcoming events in the community.

The Way Station’s Work

For more than 30 years, The Way Station has been a place for the lonely to find friendship, the hungry to find food, and the hurting to find healing.

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Meeting Local Needs

Agencies and organizations throughout Columbiana County use The Way Station as a resource to meet the needs of many: those who are homeless, individuals coming out of homelessness, people with special needs, and families/individuals in financial crisis.

The Way Station’s Programs

From clothing and furniture to nutritional support and job training, The Way Station works to be a light amidst the darkness. Our programs and supports are a means of giving hope to those who may be hopeless.

The Way Station staff challenges me and helps me to discover my abilities.  With encouragement, I am learning new skills each day.

Amber S.

The Way Station literally saved my life. I had no insurance and no doctor. They connected me with resources and set me on a healthy path.

Frank H.

The Way Station showed me that I have a place in this world.

Greg R.

Jobs Ready-Set-Go gave me the confidence to reach for my goals.

Megan F.

Because of The Way Station, I no longer dread waking up.

Karen M.

I got my first job because of The Way Station.

Audra D.

The Way Station changed my life.

Deryl G.

Getting reduced-priced clothing allows our kids to get the school clothes they need.

Debbie S.

The Way Station made me realize I have value.

Chrissy H.

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