PATH started through volunteers’ efforts, people who cared about the problems and issues of the 1970s, including street drugs. PATH has never lost the volunteer focus. Today, volunteers still answer the calls 24/7/365.
PATH has expanded its services to include United Way 211, suicide/crisis, and homeless services. PATH creates a human services on-line data base, prints a directory of human services, and offers halfday training seminars to go over what resources are there to assist individuals and families with basic needs, such as financial assistance, food, housing, medical, emergency services, and more.
PATH welcomes compassionate, respectful, and responsible volunteers. If you are interested, go to https://www.pathcrisis.org/opportunities/volunteers for more information.
Alternatively, consider our online giving option as a means of support for any of our other missions