PATH Community Homes provides affordable housing for low-income families that are enrolled in PATH's Transitional Housing Program. As a non-profit organization, PATH relies on volunteers to help repair and maintain these homes. Individuals or groups with construction, painting, plumbing, electrical, remodel, or light maintenance skills are needed to prepare these homes for a family in need. If you are proficient with home maintenance skills, please call the EMS Operations Manager at PATH and see how you can help. Opportunities are usually Monday through Thursday, during PATH's regular business hours.
PATH seeks to restore HOPE with a PERSONALIZED approach to EMPOWER our East Texas neighbors to THRIVE in our community.
PATH's programs 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.
Since 1984, PATH has served Smith County and the outlying counties with a small, diverse staff and a large base of supporters. Approximately 800 volunteers serve across PATH’s programs, addressing both emergency assistance and programs that empower and encourage self-sufficiency. The PATH staff and volunteers touch thousands of lives each month with a unique approach to serving. Every individual/family coming to PATH meets with a Caseworker every time they step through the doors of PATH. The Caseworker spends time with each client in order to:
Understand the client's current situation and needs.
Identify underlying issues or obstacles.
Provide direction and referrals and external resources as needed.
PATH remains a flexible organization, growing and changing to respond to emerging community needs.
Homeless & Housing
We'll work with your schedule.
402 W Front St.Tyler, TX75702
July 29, 2020
Must be at least 15
4 or 8 hour shifts available.
Individual volunteers should be 18 years old or older. Groups may be as young as 15.