PROJECT FOR ASSISTANCE IN TRANSITION FROM HOMELESSNESS
The Project for Assistance in Transition from Homeless (PATH) Program 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.
- 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 treatment, psychiatric treatment, housing, legal assistance, and financial assistance.
- 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 the potential consumer is located
- If the consumer is eligible for the PATH Program, they are assigned a case worker
- The case worker develops a comprehensive needs assessments and plans
- Bi-lingual staff is available
- Program hours:
- Mondays to Thursdays 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Fridays 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Medicaid is accepted; fees negotiable for consumers without Medicaid