Mental Health is often times not the main underlying issue for people that are chronically homeless

Pathways to Housing is an organization that focuses on providing chronically homeless people with a place to stay, before they begin to try and address any sort of underlying issues. Speaking with Rob Wetherington and Rana Gardner from Pathways to Housing PA, it becomes clear that there are almost always many factors that lead to people becoming homeless. There are systemic and cyclical factors that operate alongside mental health issues. Understanding homelessness is no simple task, and ending it completely would be endlessly more complex.

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