Housing programs at Pathway Homes span the continuum of care. These programs are designed to meet the unique and varying needs of every individual. They range from highly supported, requiring round-the-clock staffing, to highly independent, requiring just weekly or monthly staff visits. All of Pathways' programs are licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia, and comply with the American Disabilities Act. Our housing programs are also accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), the premier accrediting organization for mental health services in the United States.
Pathway Homes operates two assisted living facilities. In addition to a clean, comfortable place to call home, the Assisted Living Facilities (ALF) program provides comprehensive, on-site case management, and mental health and medical supportive services. Counselors are on-site 24 hours a day, and assist each resident in the development of an individualized recovery plan that emphasizes the enhancement of daily living skills, and provides social and recreational opportunities for all residents.
Intensive In-home Support
For individuals with a higher level of independence, the Intensive In-home Support program provides on-site, clinical support for a minimum of 16 hours a day, 7 days a week. Residing in detached, single-family homes, individuals are provided person-centered, mental health skill-building services that focus on activities of daily living, health management, and community integration.
Individuals who require less-intensive support find that our Semi-Independent Living program best supports their unique needs. Residing in a townhome or duplex setting, individuals receive between 10 and 40 hours a week of support to develop and implement an individualized recovery plan that emphasizes the enhancement of daily living skills. The structure of this program enables individuals to assume as much responsibility and control over the management of their lives as possible. While the level of supervision and support varies from home to home, all individuals in the program have 24-hour emergency access to Pathways counselors.
On the least-intensive end of our services spectrum, Supported Housing provides individuals with targeted skill-building services on average of 1-2 times per week. A significant portion of the single-apartment housing administered under this program requires that residents have a history of chronic homelessness. The goal is to promote each individual’s recovery and stability, and enable participants to successfully manage independent living.
Find out more about applying for housing and services through Pathway Homes.