PATH Services & Work in Plymouth
Path provides a range of housing related services in Plymouth.
Path's Rough Sleepers Team works with people on the streets of Plymouth, including: those at risk of sleeping rough; strategically with partner agencies, supporting and ensuring coordinated approaches to meeting people's needs.
The Refugee Housing Support Service is run in partnership with a partner agency, Students and Refugees Together (START). The RHSS offers housing support and advice to anyone with refugee status.
Path is working with partners in Plymouth, South Hams and West Devon to further address homelessness amongst single people. As well as information via drop-ins and more, there is support for more shared housing for single people, including via our partners Reestart.
The Renting Support Service provides a service to help households access private rented accommodation. This is a service that Path provides in Teignbridge as well as Plymouth.
In partnership with Crisis, we’re piloting a service to help tenants in social housing who are affected by the removal of the spare room subsidy (the 'Bedroom Tax'), by matching people who are on a low income, would like help to find accommodation, and can’t afford to live on their own.
Path is working with BCHA and Broadreach to provide housing information and support to single homeless people, especially those with histories of drug or alcohol issues, offending or mental health problems.
Together with Plymouth Homes4Let (PH4L)