Pathways Home Permanent Housing / Pathways Home Safe Have

Pathways Home is a continuum of residential and outpatient services designed to address the needs of homeless adults with serious mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders. Pathways Home is made up of three component programs: Safe Haven, Permanent house and the outpatient program.

The Pathways Home Safe Haven is a community housing program designed for participants who find participation in treatment for their mental illness and substance use disorder particularly difficult.

Pathways Home Permanent housing is a community housing program designed for participants that are more ready to look, learn, and talk about their illness, even if they have not yet attained consistent psychiatric stability or consistent management of their substance use.

Acronyms / Alternate NamesPHPH, PHS
CompanyHeartland Alliance Health
DivisionResidential Housing

Community housing, case management


Individuals must be eighteen or older, meet the HUD definition of homelessness, and be diagnosed with a serious mental illness; they may also have a co-occurring substance use disorder.

Referral / Intake

Central Referral System

Contact First NameCheryl
Contact Last NamePugh
Contact Phone773-334-7117