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Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) 1999 Exemplary Program Initiative: Crossover House Homeless Project, Anchorage, AK
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The Crossover House Homeless Project of Anchorage, Alaska, is operated by Anchorage Community Mental Health Services Inc., which has been in operation since 1975. Crossover House is located at the Southcentral Counseling Center, the major community mental health center in this sub-arctic city. With a population of 254,269, Anchorage has 42% of the state's population, and 68% of its homeless population.

Gary Mandzik of the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services nominated Crossover House as an exemplary PATH program because of the breadth of services it offers. "Crossover has an array of housing opportunities and support services to meet the needs of its consumers," Mandzik said. (PATH)
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