thank you note from J. - age 9
The Scattered Site Transitional Housing Program consists of 12 apartments that are scattered among different properties in the City of Glendale. Families in this program have one to two years to build their income so that they can live independently at the end of their time in the program.
To qualify for the Transitional Housing Program, applicants must have:
At least one minor child in the household. A stable source of income, preferably from employment. If income is not from employment, the head of household must have a viable plan for obtaining employment within six months. Commitment to pay 30% of adjusted income toward rent. Commitment to work with a case manager to identify and work toward achieving goals. Commitment to save money.
PATH Achieve Glendale works with a number of exceptional landlords in the City of Glendale. All units pass inspection by the City of Glendale. Clients entering the Scattered Site Program must first be an Access Center client. Landlords interested in working with PATH Achieve Glendale may contact Nancy Freidson at (818) 549-2212.