Other Programs

City Mission's Homeless Prevention Program
City Mission recognizes that one of the most effective ways to solve the problem of homelessness is through a proactive approach to help prevent those who have housing from losing it, City Mission has limited funds available to provide rental and utility assistance to people who have been unable to qualify for homeless prevention assistance from other resources.
PATH Program
A recent addition to the Gallatin Living Center is the PATH program; a series of specialized services for clients diagnosed with serious mental illness and / or those with dual diagnoses of mental illness and substance abuse. These services include case management, limited rental assistance, and transportation, as well as a MISA (Mental Illness Substance Abuse) group facilitated by a therapist from Chestnut Ridge Counseling Services, Inc. Services are made available by a PATH (Programs that Assist with the Transition out of Homelessness) grant.