PATH Community Engagement
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Are you active in your community? Studies show a big link between community engagement and your overall health and well-being.
Now you can join the PATH program. This is Kentucky’s effort to build and strengthen the workforce with community engagement. PATH stands for Partnering to Advance Training and Health.
Check your PATH requirements and options
You may already meet PATH requirements if you are:
- Working 20 hours each week or more than 80 hours each month
- Meeting work requirements for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
- Enrolled in full-time education
Do you meet the PATH requirements? If not, you’ll want to take action so that you can keep your health benefits. Just review the table on the next page to get some ideas.
Everyone has a different PATH. Yours may include working, job training or looking for a job. Others will take part in volunteering, caregiving or enrolling in classes.
Who is PATH for?
Most people ages 19 – 64 who are able to work (expansion adults, parents and caretaker relatives)
PATH isn’t required for?
Children, pregnant women, former foster youth up to age 26, people who are medically frail or chronically homeless, full-time students and primary caregivers of a dependent