Pathway’s six programs, represent three levels of housing
Pathway offers three levels of programming for homeless and formerly homeless individuals in recovery from addiction. Each level has different criteria with placement depending on homelessness/housing status, substance abuse and recovery status, mental health status/stability, and employment/income status. Level II and III is open to all. Applicants are not required to begin recovery at Pathway-I for admission to other levels.
• ENTRY LEVEL (Pathway-1 men only) is the entry level transitional housing program where most residents begin their journey into recovery. The minimum length of stay is 90 days with an average of 6 months. Applicants are homeless, lack a safe permanent night-time residence, have a substance abuse issue (Drug/Alcohol), are willing to comply with a mental health treatment plan (if applicable), and work toward financial self-sufficiency via employment or disability benefits. Participants learn basic living skills involving structure and routine and build a foundation and network for recovery. Once a resident becomes stable within his recovery and mental health and is financially self-sufficient for a minimum of 90 days, he is eligible for semi-independent at Level-II. Contact Ashley Sorrell firstname.lastname@example.org
• Level-II SEMI-INDEPENDENT LIVING (Pathway-2 & 3) requires a minimum of 90 days recovery and stability, 90 days recent self pay rent history, 90 days consistent income and 6 month lease agreement with $200 security deposit. Level II gives residents the opportunity to put into practice new behaviors learned in transitional housing (level I). Level II offers gender specific recovery housing where participants share furnished residences with private bedrooms and live as a community sharing common life goals. Once residents demonstrate a measure of success and stability in level-II, they are eligible for Permanent Housing in their own apartment-(Level-III) Contact Chad Allen email@example.com
• Level III PERMANENT HOUSING (Pathway-4,5,6 ) requires a minimum of 6 months recovery and stability, 6 months recent self pay rent history, 6 months consistent income and one year lease agreements with security deposit equal to one month’s rent. Pathway owns, operates and manages 3 (level-III) apartment buildings that provide nearly 60 units of safe, affordable substance-free housing. Residents may live in their own apartments indefinitely as long as they continue their recovery program, maintain financial independence and give back to new residents starting their recovery. Sober living communities promote positive lifestyle choices. Residents are committed to recovery and are assured their neighbors value this lifestyle as much as they do. Rents are based on income making apartments affordable to everyone. Contact Chad Allen firstname.lastname@example.org