Social determinants strongly impact mental health, and when an individual struggles to meet their most basic needs, the risk for developing a mental health concern increases. Our Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) program remediates homelessness (or imminent risk) for adults with a mental health condition, providing linkages to develop client stability.
PATH offers services that may not be supported by mainstream mental health programs, including but not limited to:
- Screening and diagnostic treatment
- Referrals for primary health care, employment, educational services, and housing
- Mental health and substance use disorders treatment
- Relationship building with families and natural supports
- Access to financial assistance services, general assistance, emergency assistance, and Medicaid
- Assistance with transportation
Our PATH case managers assist Monmouth County residents who:
- Are 18 years of age and older
- Are homeless (or at imminent risk)
- Have been diagnosed with a severe mental health condition
- May have a co-occurring medical condition that has remained untreated
Consumers may have a history of non-engagement with services, active substance use, and an absence of financial benefits and other support systems; however, PATH cannot accept new consumers who are receiving other case management services.
To access services, contact our PATH program manager:
(732) 542-6422 ext. 110