Our compassionate Pathways to Home team provides people in need with mental health care, improving their chances for long-term housing security. We make this happen with a community-based approach to serve people who are often distrustful of bureaucratic systems.

Our Street Outreach team is in the community, engaging people where they live and congregate under the most challenging circumstances. We focus on people’s immediate needs and safety, building relationships and trust, enabling us to provide clinical case management and individual therapy as we assist them with accessing other community resources to improve housing stability.

We operate a drop-in center where people can come to access food, clothing, hygiene, medical, and other supplies. An essential component of the drop-in program is access and availability to information and referrals, individual therapy, case management, limited community-based services, and coordination with medical and employment services.

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Bringing everything together, we operate a fixed-location drop-in center at 1544 Elmira Street in Aurora, along with our Mobile Drop-In van that operates twice a week, providing basic needs, info and referrals, connecting people to our phone services.

To reach the Pathways to Home team for information or to make a referral, call 303-364-3481.