Projects for Assistance in the Transition from Homelessness (PATH)

Projects for Assistance in the Transition from Homelessness (PATH)

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PATH is an outreach and case management program for those experiencing both homelessness and mental illness. It is dedicated to helping clients gain access to different services and programs that will help them in the transition from homelessness to sustainable housing. In junction with the Outreach Community Health Center, PATH offers clinical support and specialized case management to individuals experiencing both homelessness and mental illness. Every day, these teams conduct both traditional street outreach and scheduled “in-reach” at a long and growing list of selected sites. Libraries, meal sites and transportation are all traditional hubs for outreach, but those experiencing homelessness have also been found under overpasses, in wooded areas, in parks, tunnels and abandoned buildings. Some of the services available for funding under PATH include screening and diagnostic treatment services, habilitation and rehabilitation services, community mental health services, alcohol and drug treatment services, and much more. Overall, PATH seeks to aid homeless and mentally ill individuals through a network of local rehabilitative community services.

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