Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) is a federally funded grant program targeted to respond to the homelessness crisis.
The primary purpose of the program is to end individuals’ experiences of chronic homelessness by connecting them to housing programs, mental health and/or substance use services, assistance with obtaining income through either entitlements or employment, and referral to additional community-based resources.
- Community Outreach and Engagement
- Comprehensive Assessment
- Development and periodic revision of a specific Care Plan
- Referral and related activities
- Monitoring and follow-up activities
- Participant advocacy
Eligible participants will be experiencing:
- Serious mental illness OR
- Both serious mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorder AND
- Experiencing homelessness OR
- Are at imminent risk of homelessness