PATH Sale House for women and their children
The PATH Sale House opened its doors in January 2010. The house is a sober living transitional home that serves homeless single women and moms with children. The Sale House staff includes a case manager that assists and supports each client in setting and achieving goals that will lead to self-sufficiency. There is also an on-site house mom that lives at the Sale House. The house can hold a total of 15 individuals; this number includes all women, children, and the house monitor. Each client has the opportunity to participate in the PATH Sale House transitional living program for up to two years. The house has become very well known in the community with many local and county agencies such as Tehama County Social Services, Child Protective Services, Community Action Agency, and Drug and Alcohol Services.
To qualify for the PATH Sale House women’s transitional living program you must be homeless, clean & sober, and willing to make the changes necessary to become self-sufficient.
The purpose of the house is to provide a safe and stable environment where women can work toward a fresh start and ultimately become self-sufficient.
PATH Sale House Case Manager