Project for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH)

Our Project for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness program provides outreach services to homeless adults with a serious mental illness with the goal of linking them to housing and mental health treatment. PATH program directors work tirelessly to engage homeless adults by visiting local shelters, transportation centers, parks, waterfronts and tent cities located in the greater Cumberland County area. Just one outreach can mean the difference between a person lost and the possibility of giving that individual an opportunity at a full, meaningful, productive life.

The program places individuals with a serious mental illness in appropriate housing and links them to mental health treatment and systems to improve mental health functioning. Individuals are referred to PATH by community agencies, shelters, crisis
centers, faith-based organizations, and soup kitchens, as well as through outreach.

PATH representatives will advocate for benefits on behalf of the homeless individual offering linkage that supports mental health and housing stability. Staff will assist those who are eligible for funding to find long-term housing.

Project for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness:
(856) 825-6810 Ext. 295
Fax: (856) 825-6342