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Meet Eleanor

Self confidence is a struggle for most of us. Appearance plays heavily into self esteem, and the desire to fit in and just look like everyone else is...
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Disabled Veterans Aren't an Eyesore

As a two-time Iraq War veteran who happens to be a public health professional and a Black man, the past few months have been equal parts inspiring and...

Substances, Socializing, Sex, and Consent Lesson Plan and Toolkit

In this lesson, participants will learn about the relationship between socializing and substance use among black gay men, the role substances play in...
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Thank You International House Philadelphia

We couldn't be more thankful to International House Philadelphia for deciding on supporting our mission through furniture donation during this...
Conjuring Up Courage

Conjuring Up Couragewith Shohreh Davoodi

Access to secure housing should be a human right, yet so many people experience homelessness in the United States and around the world. And for those...
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Reclaiming Life Through Art: Jose

Jose is a multi-talented participant on Team 2 at Pathways. He is currently working hard to enroll in a GED program and recently completed his resume...
Rem'mie

Stop HUD’s Proposed Rollback of the Equal Access Rule to Allow Discrimination Against Transgender People Experiencing Homelessness

With all that’s going on in the world right now, you may or may not have heard about Dominique “Rem’mie” Fells, a Black transgender woman who was...

I thoroughly enjoyed the first webinar...

"I thoroughly enjoyed the first webinar, it was really helpful to hear from folk who are on the ground working with people. I’m really looking forward...
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Update on Our COVID-19 Response

The COVID-19 pandemic impacted everyone, but especially those in vulnerable communities. In an effort to uphold our mission, Pathways to Housing PA...
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Jose's Story

Until 10 months ago, I used substances for 40 years. I grew up poor and started using crack cocaine when I was a 12-year-old kid because my stepfather...