Homeless Pathway serves the city of Manchester, working with homeless people who have dropped out of Trust services.
Some of the service users may have had an undiagnosed Serious Mental Illness (SMI) compounded by past trauma issues, poor coping mechanisms and personality disorder. Clients are often difficult to reach and mistrustful of anyone representing authority.
The team work with service users who have severe and enduring mental health issues, visiting day Centre’s and out-patient clinics in an effort to improve the service user's quality of life.
Because the homeless population of Manchester is a transient group the Homeless Team also foster vital links with statutory and non-statutory organisations to act as a central hub for homeless people with mental health issues.