Portage Area Transitional Housing (PATH)
The Portage Area Transitional Housing (PATH) program assists homeless families and individuals who are experiencing significant difficulties that hinder their ability to maintain stable housing. PATH offers comprehensive, supportive services and subsidized transitional housing for up to 12 months to support participants in their efforts to increase social and economic strength and to secure permanent, stable housing.
To provide an integrated, comprehensive variety of services and case management, in conjunction with housing, for homeless families and single adults. The services are designed to promote greater self-sufficiency, self-determination and permanent housing acquisition.
The goals of the PATH program are as follows:
- To increase family/individual economic and social empowerment
- To build on family/individual strengths by improving functioning
- and self-determination
- To assist participants in achieving and maintaining permanent housing.
Who is eligible? – Homeless families and single adults who desire to become self-sufficient and are willing to work with an Advocate/Case Manager to devise and carry out a plan for self sufficiency and permanent housing.
PATH housing for families with children is available at dedicated sites in Ravenna, Kent and Windham, as well as with private landlords willing to accept PATH Family Voucher. PATH housing for single adults with no children is available throughout Portage County via private landlords willing to accept the PATH rental subsidy.
Renaissance Place (Primary)
5650 South Prospect St. #101
Ravenna Ohio 44266
PATH Applications Coordinator
located at 705 Oakwood Street, Suite 115
Ravenna, Ohio 44266
(330) 296-1111 ext. 319