Project for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness

The Project for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) program is designed to support the delivery of services to persons who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, and have serious illnesses or co-occurring substance use disorders. The PATH program has succeeded in putting experience to work to meet the needs of homeless people who have mental illness by engaging the services of community mental health centers and mental health providers, community-based social services agencies, health care providers, and substance use services providers.

PATH Program Includes

  • Outreach Services
  • Screenings for Areas of Need
  • Intensive Case Management
  • Habilitation and Rehabilitation
  • Referral to Mental Health and/or Substance Use Treatment
  • Coordination to Relevant Housing Services

Cost

FREE Services

Eligibility Criteria

  • Must be homeless and or at imminent risk of becoming homeless
  • Must have a serious mental illness or co-occurring substance use disorder
    • “Co-occurring substance use disorder” is defined as having both a serious mental illness and a substance use disorder

Contact Information

Elisa Cervantes, BS, MBA
PATH Program Coordinator
  • (915)351-6677 ext. 222