PATH (People Assisting the Homeless)
To temporarily provide for the basic needs (food, shelter, and clothing) of homeless individuals, families and others in need; to provide information, guidance and support services designed to help residents regain productive, self-supportive lifestyles.
We have three programs:
1. Emergency shelter with 36 beds, case management, resource room, grief support group, nutrition classes and budgeting/savings plan.
2. Daily Bread soup kitchen, serves a midday meal, seven days a week.
3.TLC 4 Tots-in-Need. This is a subsidy program that is offered to families living in any shelter in San Juan County. The subsidy allows a parent to secure quality daycare for their children while they are job searching. Families that qualify can receive up to 30 days of daycare at no cost to the family.