The PATH Project is an outreach
program for Allegany County residents with a mental illness who are homeless or
at risk of becoming homeless. The program provides a variety of services
including outreach/case management, advocacy, and assistance in applying for
housing and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). The program may also provide
assistance in accessing healthcare, behavioral health services, job
opportunities and educational resources.
PATH staff work very closely with
the New Horizon Re-Entry Program, the inpatient psychiatric unit at the Western
Maryland Regional Medical Center, Union Rescue Mission, Family Crisis Resource
Center, Laura’s Anchor Transitional Housing Shelter, and others to identify and
assist individuals who meet eligibility requirements for this program.
This program provides tenant-based
rental assistance to homeless individuals and families with an adult member who
has a serious mental illness or co-occurring substance use disorder. Individuals and families are provided with
supportive services through the Public Behavioral Health System and other state
or local agencies.
For more information on these programs, call (301) 777-5070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
12501 Willowbrook Road, Cumberland, MD 21502
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