Pathways to Housing Program

The Pathways to Housing program provides short-term and long-term stabilization services to individuals currently or previously in a domestic violence situation.

Program Overview

Pathways to Housing is an economic and housing stabilization program operated by Diamond Diva Empowerment Foundation. The program assists participants with attaining services, skills, and resources that supports their transition from victim to survivor. The client's immediate concern of emergency shelter and housing assistance are addressed through resources relative to emergency hotel vouchers, furniture, utility assistance, clothing, personal hygiene, and household supplies.

Long-term resources, including counseling and therapy services are available to participants seeking to address issues of trauma and the associated cyclical/generational effects of violence. The option for support groups and group therapy (empowerment classes) administered by licensed counselors are also available. Mentor relationships are fostered for individuals who desire to focus on personal development. Clients interested in building protective factors against violence can attend training geared towards safety planning and de-escalation strategies.

The program is funded by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).

The program is operated by the Diamond Diva Empowerment Foundation:

Program Eligibility

Services provided by Pathway to Housing are available to any person that is a survivor of intimate partner violence.

Program Contact Information

Individuals can access services by calling 314-328-4348 or by calling the Emergency Hotline directly: 1-800-799-7233 or texting 'LOVEIS' to 22522.


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