Pathways to Permanent Housing
A transitional housing program assisting individuals who are chronically homeless to stabilize and build skills working toward permanent housing goals.
Services are provided through the Housing First initiative and offered to individuals with a disabling condition through a low-barrier approach without preconditions of treatment or sobriety. Specific disabilities/challenges targeted in this program are severe mental illness, chronic substance abuse, and HIV/AIDs-related health concerns.
Contact Information:

(414) 635-0032
[email protected]

To find out if you are eligible to reside at Pathways, contact Coordinated Entry through Impact 211 one of three ways:

  • Dial 2-1-1 OR 414.773.0211 OR 866.211.3380
  • Text your ZIP Code to 898-211 on weekdays from 9:00am to 9:00pm
  • Chat online at
House Rules & Policies
Sirona Recovery provides supportive services through onsite care coordinators, Certified Peer Support Specialists, and resident managers focusing on mental health education and referrals, personal recovery planning, community involvement, employment, socialization opportunities, and functional literacy. Staff begin focusing on the transition to permanent housing from the beginning and work with individuals on activities of daily living such as cooking classes and vocation training on-site to overcome traditional barriers to independent housing.
  • Individual service plans are created with participants using a person-centered approach to assist in setting and achieving personal goals.
  • Case management, including referrals and facilitation of communication with outside case managers and community providers, ensures a team approach to help the participant work toward goals, obtain permanent housing, and get their needs met.
  • Residents will complete a Personal Recovery Plan to help identify personal factors that can contribute to increased symptoms and learn new self-care strategies to prevent or reduce severity of incidents.
  • Pathways offers one-on-one and group services to participants that include mental health education, medication management, personal recovery and crisis prevention planning, community involvement, socialization and leisure activities, and functional literacy.
  • Staff work with participants to make service referrals to various community providers including but not limited to AODA, mental health, employment, medical, financial, education, food, clothing, peer support, and leisure activities.
  • Pathways offers ongoing support, feedback on recovery, and assistance problem-solving as needed.
  • Residents have access to adequate/appropriate nutrition and personal hygiene supplies.
  • Staff work with residents to develop independent living skills, including cleaning, meal planning and preparations, laundry, budgeting, shopping, and bill paying.
Apply Today!
Contact Coordinated Entry through Impact 211 one of three ways: