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Providing Homes,  Restoring Health,  Reclaiming Lives

Our Impact

450
formerly homeless people with multiple disabilities are living independently in every neighborhood in Philadelphia
2,996
hours provided of paid transitional employment with supports for marginalized people
92%
of participants see a primary care physician at least once per year and are addressing medical issues that have been neglected for years
85%
of those who were previously chronically homeless retain their housing for more than five years
1,325
primary care appointments and 198 behavioral health visits were held in our clinic this year
2,500
households furnished by the Philadelphia Furniture Bank for individuals and families moving out of homelessness

We start by housing people directly from the streets, without precondition. Then we address their underlying issues around mental health, addiction, medical care, income, and education to help integrate and welcome them back into our community. We also provide furniture to folks moving out of homelessness from all over the city through our furniture bank.

News & Updates

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Pathways is seeking a Real Estate Development Consultant to support two upcoming projects. Proposals are due on Friday, February 14, 2020 and the full RFP can be viewed here. Please direct all questions to Christine Simiriglia

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At Pathways to Housing PA, we are committed to helping people reclaim their lives on their own terms. To do this, we help our program participants to discover what they want their lives to look like based on their goals, hopes, and dreams.
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If you haven't made up your mind to support Pathways to Housing PA, let us convince you.
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As we enter 2020, it’s no longer a surprise that federal, state, and local policies and programs have systematically disadvantaged people because of their race, gender, and/or sexual identity for decades. Those systemic disadvantages have contributed to a whole host of discriminatory practices that have led to a disproportionate number of people of color and members of the LGBTQ community experiencing poverty, homelessness, unemployment, and whole host of other issues.

Our Partners