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Labor Day Barbecue at Cluster

Residents at Cluster House pose for a picture at their holiday barbecue 

Residents at Cluster House pose for a picture at their holiday barbecue 

This past Labor Day, Urban Pathways staff at Cluster House in New York City treated residents to a holiday barbecue!

This end of summer barbeque was the first of its kind at the Cluster House residence.

Staff served hamburgers, and hot dogs, as well as fried chicken, baked fish, string beans, potato salad, rice and beans, Cesar salad, and pound cake.

Residents came out in full force to enjoy the food, weather and their neighbors.  

I think this is great. I love that Urban Pathways does these events for their residents. It gets people out of their apartments and helps in making new friends.” –Jonathan

Residents at Cluster have a range of activities to take part in on a monthly basis such as: yoga, photography, and book clubs to name a few. Having a surprise barbecue proved to be the perfect ending to a summer in New York.

Help us continue to provide #thewayhome to homeless and at-risk New Yorkers.

About Urban Pathways
Urban Pathways is a New York City-based, nonprofit organization that provides housing and support to homeless and at-risk adults throughout the New York Metropolitan area.  Urban Pathways serves more than 2,000 homeless individuals a year and provides transitional, extended stay and permanent housing to chronically homeless individuals. www.urbanpathways.org

Urban Pathways opens supportive housing residence at 162nd Street in the Bronx

The Residences at 162nd Street is Urban Pathways newest permanent housing facility. 

The Residences at 162nd Street is Urban Pathways newest permanent housing facility. 

Continuing to be at the forefront of housing New York's at-risk and homeless; Urban Pathways has opened their newest permanent housing residence at 162nd Street in The Bronx. 

"The Residences at 162nd Street" are the eighth permanent supportive housing facility  operated by Urban Pathways.

162nd street opened it's doors in late December and residents have not stopped raving about the building and it's many amenities. 

The lobby of 162nd Street

The lobby of 162nd Street

"I am so happy here at 162nd. It's like a breath of fresh air. They even have a laundry room right downstairs. Earlier this year i was sleeping in the subway, now i have my own apartment. I'm truly blessed" -Fabian (formerly homeless resident) 

Along with a full service laundry room, 162nd Street has a total of 86, fully furnished, studio apartment units. 55 units for formerly homeless men and women and 31 units for low income community residents.

All of 162nd's 86 studio units come fully furnished 

All of 162nd's 86 studio units come fully furnished 

Also on the premises is a computer lab, backyard patio/sitting area, and community room. Case workers as well as a LPN (licensed practical nurse) are on premises and on hand for residents needs. 

If you are interested in touring our newest residence or please email development@urbanpathways.org. 

About Urban Pathways
Urban Pathways is a New York City-based, nonprofit organization that provides housing and support to homeless and at-risk adults throughout the New York Metropolitan area.  Urban Pathways serves more than 2,000 homeless individuals a year and provides transitional, extended stay and permanent housing to chronically homeless individuals. www.urbanpathways.org.

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Art Classes at Urban Pathways' Hallet's Cove Residences

Art is not escape, but a way of finding order in chaos, a way of confronting life” – Robert Hayden.

Many people throughout time have used art as a way of putting life’s troubles in perspective and using the creativity on the canvas to better understand themselves.

Urban Pathways program participant gets ready to start the Saturday class at Hallet's Cove. 

Urban Pathways program participant gets ready to start the Saturday class at Hallet's Cove. 

At Urban Pathways’ Hallet’s Cove residences in Queens; program participants are doing just that at our new art classes.

Thanks to a grant from New York City Council Member representing Hallet's Cove - Costa Constantinides. Our art classes are held bi-weekly on Saturdays, the class is taught by an official art director who guides program participants in lessons from color mixing to shadowing; as well as an introduction to basic art history.

Every 2 weeks clients take part in art lesson plans from color mixing to basic art history. 

Every 2 weeks clients take part in art lesson plans from color mixing to basic art history. 

Urban Pathways’ donors assist in making the art class at Hallet’s Cove an all-day event by preparing lunch for the clients.

Help us keep these art classes running by donating any new or gently used art supplies. Each donation will benefit at-risk and formerly homeless New Yorkers. For more information on how and where to donate please email development@urbanpathways.org or call 212-736-7385 x215. If you would simply like to donate please click here

About Urban Pathways
Urban Pathways is a New York City-based, nonprofit organization that provides housing and support to homeless and at-risk adults throughout the New York Metropolitan area.  Urban Pathways serves more than 2,000 homeless individuals a year and provides transitional, extended stay and permanent housing to chronically homeless individuals. www.urbanpathways.org