Our mission at Pathways to Housing is to assist medically fragile and disabled individuals experiencing homelessness off the street and into supportive housing, and to explore new ways to assist homeless people in building new, healthy lives for themselves. We believe that compassionate assistance and self-reliance are complementary qualities necessary to help people help themselves.
"Wealth is not to feed our egos, but to feed the hungry and to help people help themselves."
- Andrew Carnegie
WHO WE ARE
Dr. McMullin is a family physician from Shasta Community Health Center. Dr. McMullin and case managers from the HOPE program at Shasta Community visit our homeless in the streets and in their camps to provide medical care - and frequently find homeless people wanting to enter housing. Members of the HOPE make a difference and have assisted dozens into housing and off Redding streets.
Melissa Englebright is working to put the human back into homeless by sharing photos and stories of our homeless residents on her Facebook page, People of Redding. She and her husband have 4 boys and have lived in Redding for 5 years.
As we grow into the Pathways Home, we will be adding case managers, housing staff, and more to our team.