The OBHAW team is committed to helping every individual heal. We are passionate about providing services that meet you where you’re at.
The PATH (Project for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness) Program is designed to care for individuals who are homeless (or at risk of becoming homeless) and struggling with a mental illness. Our team provides screening, counseling services, care coordination, and assistance in connecting with other community resources to help individuals reach their goals.
There are a variety of services available to individuals enrolled in the PATH Program, including:
- Diagnostic screening
- Counseling for Serious Mental Illness
- Case Management
- Assistance in connecting to and applying for resources in the community
- Referrals to other services:
- Primary care physicians
- Substance abuse programs
- Job training
- Educational opportunities
How do I enroll (or enroll a loved one) in the PATH program?
You can either contact our PATH Coordinator by using the contact form on the right side of this page to get more information or call our offices anytime (see "Locations" tab under "About OBHAW" menu).
OBHAW Walk-In Clinics are also a convenient and quick way to get into care. For more information about our Walk-In Clinics click here.