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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...read more
Dear PATH supporters, During the first of the year, I wanted to send you a greeting from the staff leadership team. As we all know, homelessness has become a crucial, heart-wrenching social crisis throughout the State of California. Some people and neighborhoods...
Whether you live in a coastal city or in the rural heartland, the issue of homelessness in America concerns us all. As a nation, we should strive to improve the circumstances of those of us who are most vulnerable. Our society can only be as strong as our “weakest”...
Dear PATH and PATH Ventures family, It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of PATH’s longtime supporter, former Board and Advisory Board member Mr. Aris Anagnos. Mr. Anagnos has helped impact countless lives over PATH’s 35 year history, including...
Dalton experienced homelessness for four years, but now has a home at one of our permanent supportive housing communities. Dalton has always been passionate about cooking, and now that he has a home he not only makes masterful dishes for himself, but shares his culinary talents with all his neighbors! Welcome home, Dalton!
Danny, a former investment banker with a Master’s degree, experienced homelessness for one year after loosing his job. He stayed in PATH’s interim housing before moving into an apartment of his own at one of our permanent supportive housing communities. He’s working towards taking his CPA exam, volunteering, and finding a job! Welcome home, Danny!
Farrah unexpectedly became homeless, and hope faded as hotel vouchers ran out.
Unable to regain housing on her own, she found herself at PATH San Diego. Farrah worked with her case manager to reconnect with medical and mental health providers. Now she lives at our permanent supportive housing community in San Diego.
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