Pathway Homes & COVID-19: We need YOUR help!

When you can't stay home, because you don't have one.

The work of Pathway Homes Florida is more critical than ever, with those suffering from homelessness and mental illness among the most vulnerable in our community.

Our service in Central Florida continues uninterrupted. We follow strict safety protocol in all face-to-face outreach and fill an ever-growing gap in direct services.

If you can shelter in place and are able to work from home during this uncertain time – can you support our neighbors who need it most?

Use your feet to lend a hand!

For the first time, we are proud to host our annual Help the Homeless 5K benefitting Pathway Homes of Florida, Inc. Join us on November 7th for this year’s virtual 5K. Walk, run, bike,  rollerblade or your other method of choice to participate in the location of your choice – including anywhere in the world!

We don't pause in a pandemic.

Our services to those who call the streets home is not on pause during the pandemic.  It’s even more vital and, no doubt, more difficult.

Your donation will make all the difference for those who are homeless in Central Florida because emerging from homelessness IS possible… and happens every day.

News from Pathway

Use Your Feet to Lend a Hand!

According to a 2015 assessment by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 564,708 people were homeless on a given night in the United States.              At a minimum, 140,000 or 25...

Snapshot of the Impact of COVID on Central Florida Nonprofits

Below is the report "Unified Community Assessment for Central Florida Nonprofits" - a comprehensive snapshot of the impact of COVID on nonprofits in our area. Among the results -  69% of respondents...

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Can you give today? Your donation will directly support those facing these health challenges AND homelessness. According to a 2015 assessment by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development,...

Pathway Homes & COVID-19: We need YOUR help!

Dear Pathway Homes Supporters, In just a matter of days, but mounting over weeks and months, we are now living in a historic moment for all of humanity. The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted every...

Pathway Homes of Florida

More than 2,000 Individuals are homeless in Central Florida.

We provide supportive residential case management services for individuals and families with mental illnesses and/or co-occurring disabilities, including substance use and other disabilities, who are homeless.


With our services, 93% of clients remained in housing.


With our services, 98% of clients maintained or increased their income.


With our services, 100% of clients have access to primary healthcare and documented reduction of ER services .

Data from Fiscal Year 2019

Success Story

Pathway Changed and Saved My Life

Patricia came to Florida in 2011 and became homeless immediately. She was using drugs and alcohol and bounced between couch surfing and living in a tent in the woods. She had been diagnosed with bi-polar disorder and was not taking her medication.  

After 6 years on the streets she was put on the Permanent Supportive Housing list and housed with Pathway Homes.  Once in her apartment, she started to reconnect with family from whom she had been estranged for years. 

She stopped using drugs and alcohol and started working on recovery goals. She got her license back, bought a vehicle and spends her time now helping others.

She always has a smile on her face and says that Pathway Homes changed and saved her life.

More Success Stories

Patricia sitting on her couch

You Can Help

Donate and Volunteer

Pathway Homes relies on the generous support of individuals, local businesses, corporate partners and faith-based communities.  

We need financial and in-kind donations, expertise, and volunteer hours. 

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Join Our Team

Pathway Homes has been named one of the “Best Nonprofits to Work For” for several years by Nonprofit Times! Our employees feel supported by their supervisors, have opportunities to acquire new skills, and feel good about what they do. Come work for an organization that believes in recovery, hope and self-determination!

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