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Memorial Day 2021

Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. As we reflect on their sacrifice for our country, we are also reminded of the countless Veterans who return home and experience homelessness. We...

PATH San Jose Helps Opal Home

Opal, a hospice caregiver in Santa Clara County, lived in her car for almost three years before a chance encounter with Serge Lilavois, PATH San Jose’s Associate Director, at a gas station in early March. Opal has worked as an in-home hospice caregiver for over thirty...

Volunteer Appreciation Month

April is Volunteer Appreciation Month, and we are spotlighting our incredible PATH Volunteers! Their passion and commitment to serving our unhoused neighbors in each of our regions exceeds our expectations year after year. This month and all year long, we would like...

Making Homelessness HERstory

Our PATH workforce is made up of a diverse range of dedicated and compassionate leaders. For Women’s History Month, we asked women in each region to share more about their professional journeys and motivations. Each of these amazing women have dedicated their careers...

A PATHWay to the Future: Our Three-Year Plan

A PATHWay to the Future: Our Three-Year Plan

A PATHWay to the Future: Our Three-Year Plan PATH was founded in Los Angeles in 1984 and has pioneered bold and effective strategies to assist people experiencing homelessness. The agency provides services and builds housing across California, ending homelessness for...

Our 2020 Highlights

Our 2020 Highlights

This year was dominated by crisis and uncertainty, and it seemed like each day held more difficult news. Our unhoused neighbors became even more vulnerable, and as ​our essential services ​continued, PATH and PATH Ventures remained active on the front lines. Despite...

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