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Pathway Homes honors those supporting its mission

Honorees celebrated at Nov. 1 breakfast fund-raiser
The Fairfax County government’s director of housing and community development Tom Fleetwood, Pathway Homes CEO Dr. Sylisa Lambert-Woodward, Del. Mark Sickles and Pathway Homes chair Angie Garcia Lathrop of Bank of America pose for a photo at the Nov. 1 “Steps to Pathways” fund-raising breakfast.

Pathway Homes recognized the dedication, leadership and support of Del. Mark Sickles, Potomac Health Foundation and Tom Fleetwood, head of Fairfax’s Department of Housing and Community Development, at the social-safety-net provider’s annual Steps to Pathways Breakfast.

Honorees at the Nov. 1 event were saluted for their efforts to ensure vulnerable members of the community have needed services and a place to call home. The event was attended by more than 200 people and raised nearly $175,000.

Pathway Homes is a non-profit providing mental-health services starting with safe, stable housing. For more than 43 years, the organization has enabled tens of thousands of people in Northern Virginia (and more recently in Central Florida and the District of Columbia) with serious mental illnesses and other co-occurring disabilities to access affordable housing and critical supportive services to help them recover their lives. 

Following the “housing-first” model, Pathway Homes is a partner in preventing and ending homelessness, touching more than 2,000 lives in 2023 and ensuring access to affordable stable homes in permanent-supportive housing units.