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Alluvion Health in Great Falls announced the revitalization of its Project in Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) program on March 25, 2024, with a new team of professionals. The program focuses on supporting individuals experiencing homelessness, especially those dealing with mental illnesses or substance use disorders. Services provided by the PATH program include outreach, engagement, case management, and service coordination.

The goal of the PATH program is to identify eligible individuals, assess their needs thoroughly, and connect them to necessary resources to facilitate their transition out of homelessness. Alluvion Health emphasizes the importance of upholding the dignity, privacy, and confidentiality of all patients and their families through the program. By taking a person-centered approach, the program aims to create a supportive environment that fosters recovery and stability for those experiencing homelessness.

Kevin Purinton, PATH Program Manager, stated that addressing healthcare disparities is evident in the continuous support for the PATH program. By offering comprehensive support to individuals facing mental health challenges and homelessness, Alluvion Health hopes to make a significant impact on their lives and the well-being of the community.

For more information about the PATH program, interested individuals can contact Alluvion at 406-454-6973 or send an email to Info@AlluvionHealth.org.

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