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Helping Central Florida’s vulnerable homeless population of men and women, many of whom are veterans, in need of a safe place to heal from serious illness or injury.
Who We Are & What We Do
We measure success in smiles and there have been miles and miles.
Pathways to Care (PTC) is a not for profit, licensed Assisted Living Facility, which provides medical respite to people experiencing homelessness. Opening in 2003, PTC serves as a post hospital resource for patients without a safe place to heal from injury, illness, or another medical setback. Our 34-bed program is an excellent discharge solution for health care providers. We provide services to approximately 200 residents annually.
We collaborate with and accept referrals from multiple hospital systems throughout Central Florida, Veteran’s Administration, Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS network (HOPWA), faith-based organizations, local governments, social service agencies and other medical professionals. In 2015, we expanded our services to include a transitional housing. program that promotes independence called Pathways Step2.
Covid 19Pathways To Care follows the guidelines of the CDC, Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) and Department of Health in an ongoing effort to keep the risk of spreading COVID-19 to a minimum. We appreciate your understanding and your patience as we ask that you help us by adhering to the guidelines as well. Together, we will continue to serve the underserved members of our community.
Who We Help
Homeless men and women, many of whom are veterans, in Central Florida who need a safe place to heal from serious illness or injury.
How You Can Help
Donate goods and services, volunteer for a project, attend Soup Bowl Supper, or click here to help with a monetary donation.
For more information about Pathways to Care