Adult Residential Programs - Bergen County

PATH PROGRAM Project For Assistance In Transition From Homelessness

PATH PROGRAM Project For Assistance In Transition From Homelessness

 

The Project for Assistance in Transition from Homeless (PATH) ProgramBergen County is an outreach-based case management program servicing the mentally ill homeless in Bergen County. 

PATH serves individuals 18 years old and over who have a primary diagnosis of serious and persistent mental illness or have a mental illness co-occurring with a substance abuse disorder and who are homeless or are at imminent risk of becoming homeless. 

Highlights:

  • PATH provides outreach anywhere in Bergen County
  • Transportation to appointments can be provided when needed (subject to availability)
  • PATH has close working relationships with various key community agencies, including the Bergen County Health, Housing, and Human Services Center
  • Links homeless consumers with the services they need, including medical and psychiatric treatment, housing, legal assistance, and financial assistance

Details:

  • Referrals are accepted from any source; consumers can refer themselves
  • An evaluation to determine eligibility is required; the evaluation can be done at the CBHCare Office or wherever potential consumer is located
  • If the consumer is eligible for the PATH PROGRAM, they are assigned a case worker
  • Bi-lingual staff is available

Program Hours:

  • Mondays to Thursdays 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Fridays 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Medicaid is accepted; fees are negotiable for consumers without Medicaid