Utilizing a clinical case management type model, the PATH Program provides services that are client-focused, individualized, short to long term in duration and of moderate to long term in intensity, for adult who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless and seriously mentally ill or seriously mentally ill with a co-occurring substance abuse problem.
Services provided may include some or all of the following:
- Outreach and Engagement.
- Screening services – to determine eligibility for PATH-funded services;
- Comprehensive Mental Health Assessment.
- Referral and linkage for psychiatric evaluation and on-going needed medication prescription and monitoring.
- Individualized Person -Centered Plan Development, Modification, and Review.
- Development of an individualized Safety Plan and a Discharge Transition Plan.
- Individual counseling / psychotherapy.
- Case Management services:
- Referral and linkage with basic resources (i.e., pubic benefits / entitlements,medical / dental services, substance abuse services, and vocational / recreational services;
- Assist the client in locating and obtaining save, stable and affordable housing;
- Provide guidance and problem solving assistance;
- To assist the client in developing and/or maintaining a family / community support system / network;
- To provide client monitoring and follow-up,
- Provide crisis intervention services.