PATH - Program to Assist the Homeless
PATH is intended to improve the self-sufficiency or recently homeless individuals and families and prevention for those at risk. .
- Individuals or Families whose housing ends in the near future (within 1 or 2 months) and for which no subsequent residence has been identified.
- Individuals or households facing eviction, with poor rental history and insufficient funds to acquire housing.
- Breakdown in family relations (e.g.: separation, conflicts, violence).
- Individuals due to be released from institutional care who do not have safe and permanent accommodation.
- Assist with applications for housing and lease agreements.
- Provide emergency housing funding when appropriate.
- Provide move-in support, and orientation to the neighbourhood.
- Connect individuals to income support, AISH, Employment options.
- Assist with budgeting and personal; management skill training.
- Assistance with rental maintenance, day to day living.
- Conduct visits in the home as needed.
- Provide services to the client to improve their life skills through individualized support.
Transition to Career Services
- Employment Assessments
- Resources Centre
- Supported Job Search
- Service/Case Management
- Job-Finding Club
- One-on-One Employment Counselling
- Essential Skills Training
- Direct Job Matching with Employers
- Follow up for Success
IF YOU REQUIRE IMMEDIATE SHELTER REFER TO THE LIST OF SHELTERS BELOW:
Safe Harbour Society
Central Alberta Women's Emergency Shelter
(Address released after call)
49th Street Youth Shelter