PATH, a leading human services provider in Northeast Philadelphia, is developing PATH@1919 to better address the social determinants of health affecting the children, youth, families, and adults in its programs and the community at large.

A PATH Forward

Meeting the Need

PATH@1919 will meet the evolving needs of Northeast Philadelphia, which is now one of the city’s most diverse communities. A recent Community Needs Assessment ranks Northeast Philadelphia as the area lowest in the entire city for social capital, an indicator of a neighborhood’s capacity to internally address its challenges. With PATH as its anchor, PATH@1919 will deliver key resources to this diverse and growing neighborhood, providing community members with the opportunity to develop important strengths in multiple areas of their lives.

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An Integrated Hub

PATH@1919 will be an integrated, multi-service community hub that will meet the community where they are, in Northeast Philadelphia, to help individuals obtain needed resources and services. PATH@1919 will become PATH’s new headquarters, located in a more centralized location, and as a community hub, will house highly-regarded non-profit partners offering complementary services that help individuals lead more independent and fulfilling lives, including economic empowerment, supplementary education, and civil legal aid services.

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Who PATH Serves

PATH (People Acting To Help), Inc. is a comprehensive Community Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Center, delivering a wide array of evidence-based clinical programs to children, adolescents, and adults. PATH was founded in 1973 by a group of dedicated community members who set out to provide critical services to the Northeast at a time when human support services were otherwise scarce or nonexistent.

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Honorary Committee Members

The development of PATH@1919 is guided by an Honorary Committee, comprised of civic and community leaders in the Northeast and across Philadelphia. They support the project by providing advice, advocating for the project in the community, and by connecting us with others who want to support PATH@1919.

Who are they?

Honorary Committee members are:

Omar Crowder
Principal, Northeast High School

Ron Davis
Chief Diversity Officer, Parx Casino

Dan Dougherty
Director, Verde Capital

Rep. Michael Driscoll
173rd Legislative District

Pam Henshall
President, Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce

David T. Jones
Former Commissioner, Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS)

Gary S. Master
Advisor, EisnerAmper

Rep. Thomas P. Murt
152nd Legislative District Councilman

Councilman Brian J. O’Neill
10th Legislative District

Joe Pyle
President, Scattergood Foundation

Estelle Richman
Chair, Philadelphia Health Partnership,
Chair, Center for Health Care Strategies Inc.

Rep. Jared G. Solomon
202nd Legislative District

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