Revitalizing the PATH Program at Alluvion Health: Empowering Homelessness Support through a Person-Centered Approach

Alluvion Health’s PATH Program aims to support the homeless

Alluvion Health announced on Monday, March 25, 2024, that its Project in Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) program is being rejuvenated with a new team of professionals. The program is aimed at providing support to individuals experiencing homelessness, especially those dealing with mental illnesses or substance use disorders. Services offered through the PATH program include outreach, engagement, case management, and service coordination.

At the core of the PATH Program is a commitment to upholding the dignity, privacy, and confidentiality of all patients and their families. By adopting a person-centered approach, the program strives to create a supportive environment that promotes recovery and transition towards stability. Alluvion Health believes that by providing comprehensive support to individuals experiencing homelessness, particularly those with mental health challenges, they can have a significant impact on their lives and the overall health of the community.

The PATH program is designed to identify eligible individuals, assess their needs, and connect them with resources to address their homelessness. According to Kevin Purinton, PATH Program Manager at Alluvion Health: “Alluvion Health has always been dedicated to addressing healthcare disparities in our community. The continued commitment to the PATH program demonstrates our unwavering dedication to identifying and addressing healthcare gaps to ensure that no one is left behind.”

For more information on the PATH program and how it can help individuals experiencing homelessness find support and resources for recovery and stability in their lives

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