Narayan, a recent graduate from our TAY PATH Program in Marin, is now reaching out to homeless youth.
As a youth faced with many challenges, Narayan fled his family home due to intolerable circumstances, including abuse. When he was homeless on the streets of San Rafael, he found help from TAY PATH. During his year at the TAY Training House, he learned the skills he needed to become independent.
Now Narayan is the Outreach Coordinator with Ambassadors for Hope and Opportunity, a local program that helps homeless youth. Part of his job is linking youth who face mental health issues with our TAY PATH Program.
"The support I've received at TAY has literally saved my life, and the relationships I've formed have forever changed it", says Narayan.
Narayan, now 26, is one of many transition age youth who have changed their lives for the better with the support of Buckelew's TAY PATH Program.