Center Services

Runaway & Teen Crisis Program

Our Runaway & Teen Crisis Program provides temporary shelter and crisis to youth in crisis ages 11-17 who are experiencing family or other problems.  Counseling is available by appointment or walk-in to youth just needing to talk.  This program provides a safe and legal alternative to the streets for runaway and homeless youth, as well as offering a neutral space where problem-solving can take place for both the youth and the family. We help youth to decide upon a future course of action which is positive and in their best interest.

Our primary goal is to reunite the youth and their family whenever possible and desirable. When returning home is not viable, the Center works to empower youth and facilitate stable living conditions for them.

Services Include...

  • 24-Hour Emergency Shelter for up to 21 days

  • 24-Hour Crisis Hotline and Intervention

  • Youth and Family Counseling

  • Group Sessions

  • Information, Referral, and Follow-up

  • Education and Outreach Presentations to Schools and Other Community Groups


  • Youth staying in our shelter must:

  • Attend school 

  • Follow house rules

  • Participate in individual and/or family counseling

  • We encourage parents to become actively involved by attending family or parent counseling sessions.

INSIGHTS Supportive Housing Program

This program is for homeless young adults who require medium-term rapid rehousing and an intensive range of supportive services aimed at preparing them for self-sufficiency and housing permanency.

Our goal is to help prepare young adults for the responsibilities of independent living, helping them to make a successful transition to a healthy and positive adult lifestyle.

Entry Information

We can only accept referrals from Impact Coordinated Entry, this requires the young adult to be added to the Youth Housing Priority List. 


In order to be added to the Youth Housing Priority List there are two in person locations:

-Pathfinders Drop-In  Center: (4200 N. Holton St #400) on Wednesdays from 2pm-5pm
-Impact Navigation Center (1918 N. 6th Street) Mondays 2pm-6pm or Tues-Fri 12:00pm-5pm

If you are in need of immediate shelter, please call 2-1-1 for shelter.  Please note, housing placements are not immediate. 

Program Description

For homeless single or parenting young adults ages 18-24 years old. This program offers longer-term housing (for up to 24 months) and supportive services to prepare them for self-sufficiency and independence. Offered services include: 

  • Scattered site housing

  • Rental and security deposit assistance

  • Weekly case management and support

  • Goal setting and follow-up

  • Education and Career Planning

  • Weekly independent living skills classes

  • Ongoing personal development sessions

  • Community resources