In honor of National Homelessness and Hunger Week, November 15-24, West Philly Orchestra performed a benefit concert for Pathways to Housing PA. Proceeds from the concert helped chronically homeless individuals battling severe mental illness in Philadelphia receive safe homes and the treatment needed to recover and thrive.
Wil Reynolds

In honor of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, a friend of Pathways to Housing PA is "sleeping outside" to help our area's homeless children. Wil Reynolds, founder of SEER Interactive, a Philadelphia-based SEO firm and a board member of Convenant House will be particpating in a "Sleep Out" on November 20th.

Wil graciously took some time to talk with us about his sleep out.


On Monday November 10th, four Pathways to Housing PA participants showed their creative works in the First Community Behavioral Health Art Show entitled The Art of Recovery. Our participants' works displayed with dozens of other artists' works ranging from paintings, poetry, drawings, and even some works presented on video. During the ceremony, one participant James read a portion of his poem, "Ebony Moon" (see below).

Dear Friends…

This November 11th we will pause and celebrate Veterans Day, and I just wanted to take a moment to really remember why.

25 million American veterans live among us today. We count more than 160 of our program participants among them. Each selflessly set aside his or her civilian life to protect ours.

In partnership with Philadelphia's Office of Supportive Housing, Department of Behavioral Health and DisAbilities, and Community Behavioral Health, we are adding capacity to house and serve an additional 45 chronically homeless people with disabilities this winter!

This means we are hiring - see our Job Opps HERE (people who speak Spanish are strongly encouraged to apply).  


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