Greg Grubb, executive director of PATH, will be featured on this week’s Tyler Chamber Radio show.
PATH (People Attempting to Help) offers programs that address the multiple factors affecting low-income families that keep them in poverty, place them at risk of becoming homeless or in need of crisis intervention services, and limit the potential of children and adults to live stable, secure and prosperous lives.
To fulfill its mission, PATH established a strategic plan, “Five Steps Out of Poverty.” PATH’s programs can be encapsulated in five steps: prevention, rescue, stabilization, growth and independence. PATH, at 402 W. Front St. can be reached at 903-597-7284 or www .pathhelps.org.
Businesses on the 30-minute show include Aaron Hungerford, branch manager of Advanced Temporaries; Pieter Cilliers, owner of Sign Masters of Tyler; and Steven Fox, center manager at Tyler Open MRI.
Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce Chief Operating Officer Henry Bell also will be on the show.