The Pathway Home
The Pathway Home provides educational, professional and clinical support in a residential setting to post-9/11 Veterans pursuing academic or vocational endeavors who are transitioning back into the civilian world following military deployment.
The Pathway Home (TPH) realizes program participants come to them with their personal challenges and goals. To effectively meet the individual needs of the Veterans they serve, TPH offers a variety of educational, professional, and clinical services.
Following is a sample of services available to Veterans at TPH:
- Academic, vocational, and career counseling
- Case management
- Readjustment counseling
- Individual, group, and/or couples therapy
- Needs assessment and treatment planning
- Seminars and groups to:
- improve study skills
- strengthen budgeting and financial planning
- address parenting or relationship issues
- manage anger, stress and mood symptoms
- Assistance managing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression, anxiety, anger and other post-deployment or combat related mental health issues
- Community service activities
- Recreational activities (e.g. yoga, swimming, biking, hiking, golf, fitness center, musical/theatrical events)
All Veterans admitted to the program live in The Pathway Home’s building on the grounds of VHC-Yountville. Dining Hall services are provided for three meals a day and residents are provided with basic linens and laundry services. TPH asks each Veteran to make an investment in their living community by requiring a small monthly contribution for basic services. For most TPH residents, this money comes from their GI Bill or Vocational Rehab allocation for living expenses.
100 California Drive
Yountville, CA 94599