Who Benefits

One of the strengths of Open Path is its flexible and dynamic ability to be tailored to the needs of a wide variety of interested people.

Coordinated Entry
Staff
Manage vouchers, units, program requirements, and opportunity match processes.
Housing
Navigators
Help clients prepare for and negotiate housing opportunities.
Homeless
People
Manage their care by being engaged in evaluating housing opportunities, care decisions, and related communications.
CoC
Administrators
Review project performance, data quality, and generate local and Federal reports.
Service Agency
Case Workers
Find clients, manage documentation, participate in housing matches.
Health
Insurers
Review homeless status, medical costs, social determinants of health.
Healthcare
Providers
Coordinate care of their patients, obtain more complete social and medical history, cooperate with service agencies, generate Medicaid payment claims.
Analysts &
Researchers
Investigate recidivism, outcomes, and multi-sector interactions.
Testing tents for people experience homelessness in Boston, MA
Testing tents for people experience homelessness in Boston, MA.
Photo credit: Katie Dillon, BHCHP