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Mental Health Awareness at PATH

Mental Health Awareness at PATH

As Mental Health Awareness Month comes to an end, we are reminded now more than ever how vital mental health support and treatment is. Through the COVID-19 crisis and the shelter in place orders, stress, anxiety, and overall mental health has been at the forefront for...

Memo from PATH’s Executive Director

Memo from PATH’s Executive Director

Life has changed so much in such a short time. As we walk into week six of California’s stay-at-home order, our community wonders what’s next. The sense of uncertainty around COVID-19 is daunting and often overwhelming. Despite this uncertainty, two things have never...

PATH X Ello

PATH X Ello

PATH serves over 20% of the homeless population in California through nine interim housing shelters, 14 supportive apartment communities, and dozens of outreach teams that hit the streets each day.  While the rest of California stays at home, many of our homeless...

Safer at home.

Safer at home.

Throughout the state of California, PATH Ventures has developed and manages 14 supportive apartment communities, with 1,351 units built or in the pipeline. These communities are safe, permanent homes for those who have previously experienced homelessness, with...

Support in Isolation

Support in Isolation

During the COVID-19 crisis, our neighbors without a home are even more vulnerable, and the services provided by PATH have been deemed essential. Our critical work continues, and in many communities across the state, we have even expanded our programs to meet the...

Safer in shelter

Safer in shelter

Throughout the state of California, PATH provides interim housing for 1,100 people, across nine different sites. Interim housing serves as a safe, temporary home for our neighbors experiencing homelessness, while they work to find permanent housing. While residents...

Upcoming Events

March & April events postponed

March & April events postponed

After careful consideration, PATH has decided to postpone all events in March and April in alliance with Governor Newsom’s recommendations to cancel large gatherings. We will keep you informed of any future updates.

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