Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH)

Through robust outreach work, Bridgeways’ PATH team can reach clients and connect them with the necessary services to assist individuals in accessing housing, mental health services, substance abuse treatment, disability benefits, and other services to stabilize them and facilitate recovery. Persistent and consistent outreach, and providing services at the individual’s pace, are important steps to engage people with serious mental illness who are homeless.

PATH’s primary focus encompasses specific participant profiles, namely individuals grappling with chronic homelessness, those contending with mental health concerns, and a targeted emphasis on people of color and veterans.

Supports include:

Case managers engage in outreach services to find those who are experiencing homelessness to provide referrals for:

  • Primary healthcare
  • Mental health services
  • Job training
  • Educational services
  • Housing

Who is Eligible

PATH eligible individuals are a person that has a serious mental illness, or serious mental illness and substance use disorder, and is experiencing homelessness or is at imminent risk of becoming homeless.

If you need access to these supports or have any questions fill out the form HERE or click the link below.

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