Pembrokeshire Care Society (PCS), founded in 1979, initial aim was primarily concerned with the resettlement of offenders and PCS successfully managed an employment project and a victim support scheme.
The aims and objectives have since altered as PCS now strives to assist all homeless persons with advice, assistance and advocacy to enable them to secure safe and affordable accommodation. Thus alleviating the stress which can lead to other related social problems.
Pembrokeshire Action for The Homeless (PATH) is a forum made up of local statutory and voluntary organisations who all have an interest in homelessness and its related problems. The group meet regularly to discuss, agree and develop strategies, to assist the homeless of Pembrokeshire. PATH evolved from the PASH (Pembrokeshire Action for Single Homeless) forum, which was established by Pembrokeshire Care Society in 1990.
The original aim of the forum was to assist only single homeless persons in Pembrokeshire. Since 2002, its services now incorporate all homeless persons and related issues. It was agreed that the forum should change its name and constitution to truly reflect the work now carried out by the forum.
PCS is a registered charity (No. 1048218/Companies House No. 3062605)