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PATH Orange County has opened it’s second site, The Yale Navigation Center, in partnership with Orange County! This 425-bed interim housing site will serve individuals and couples experiencing homelessness, with the ultimate goal of helping them find a permanent home.
Wrap-around services including case management, housing navigation, and veteran, healthcare, and employment services, are available to all residents, along with transportation to and from the site.
In North Orange County, 13 cities (Placentia, Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Cypress, Fullerton, La Habra, La Palma, Los Alamitos, Orange, Villa Park, Stanton, and Yorba Linda) are collaborating on a regional plan to address homelessness. This plan includes Navigation Centers designed to provide interim housing and services for those experiencing homelessness in the area.
PATH operates the Placentia Navigation Center, in partnership with the City of Placentia, which provides 100 beds for individuals experiencing homelessness in North Orange County. Wraparound services like housing navigation and health resources are available to all residents, with the ultimate goal of helping them find a permanent home.
ORANGE COUNTY ADVISORY BOARD
People Assisting The Homeless (PATH) Statement on LAHSA PITC 2022 Data California — “LAHSA’s 2022 Homeless Count data confirms what PATH team members and our community witness every day: that homelessness has increased. This upward trend mirrors what we’re seeing in...