Now more than ever, your homeless neighbors in San Diego need you!
PATH serves over 16% of the homeless population in 150 cities with over 60 locations in California. San Diego County is the second largest region we serve. In 2021, PATH San Diego served 4,116 and permanently housed 766 individuals experiencing homelessness. Additionally, PATH has served 96,905 meals to our neighbors experiencing homelessness to help combat food insecurity within our San Diego community. PATH operates services across the state, connecting our unhoused neighbors using a person-centered approach designed to meet the needs of each individual.
In San Diego, these services begin with coordinated street outreach, interim housing and street-based case management. For Veterans we proudly provide employment assistance and supportive services for Veteran families. PATH also provides housing navigation, intensive care coordination to people experiencing homelessness who are high users of the justice system and permanent supportive housing.
With rising housing costs and the lack of affordable housing in San Diego, it has never been more important for us to meet the critical needs of those we serve. PATH works every day to keep those in our San Diego community safe and healthy. As we continue our work in the community, we need your help.
Please donate to help ensure we can continue to provide life-saving services for those living in San Diego without a home. Now more than ever, community is so important—and we appreciate any donation and support to our mission to end homelessness for individuals, families, and communities.