The PATH (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness) program utilizes specially trained staff and volunteers to connect seriously mentally ill homeless with psychiatric treatment and housing. They search for these vulnerable people where and when they are in need—on the streets, under bridges, in the deserts and forests, even in snow storms.
Another program Catholic Charities offers is the Community Re-Entry program. It provides safe, affordable housing for women and men who face homelessness upon release from jail. Helping them to re-enter society and become self-sustaining.
To learn more about the PATH and the Community-Re-entry programs or to donate to these causes visit us at CatholicCharitiesAZ.org.
Spanish bulletins and bulletins with needs are available upon request. For these bulletins or material, reach out to Bernadette Vasco at BVasco@cc-az.org or Dulce Valdez at DValdez@cc-az.org