For Youth, A Pathway out of homelessness

“Pathways offers transitional housing, as well as life-skill classes, case management, therapy and other services to homeless youth between the ages of 18 and 21. They are required to work and save half of their income and follow a program that intends to launch them into a permanent housing and stable work life. They can stay there for up to 21 months.

Taryn Muralt, program director at Pathways said, “if we can stop people from becoming homeless we’re stopping the next wave of those individuals who become chronically homeless.” Read More…

Center for Human Services and Pathways are CSOC partnership programs.

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