Family Addiction Support Services
Executive Director of Operations
Deb co-founded PATH in 2014 after her journey with her son. She is certified in Narcan training, First Aid Mental Health, SMART Recovery as well as a trained Recovery Coach. Deb is also a member of the HOPE Taskforce in DuPage County. Her goal is to educate families and let them know that they are not alone. Deb resides in Naperville with her husband and 5 children.
Assistant Director of Operations
Jan has spent the last 10 years as a PCW (Personal Care Worker) for the State of Illinois dedicating herself to provide support to mentally challenged adults. Jan currently resides in Plainfield and has 3 children, one who struggles with substance use and mental health disorder (dual diagnosis) and is now in the recovery stage after a 15 year journey. Jan joined the PATH team in 2016 and is a Certified Recovery Coach/CCAR. Her goal is to offer family support, educate and inspire others that recovery is possible and aftercare is crucial.
Vice President of Board
Lauren is a person in long term recovery celebrating 13 years in April of 2019. Her mission is to help others who are struggling and their families with her experience, strength and hope.
Her recovery journey has led her to a career in holistic health and she is the owner and a licensed acupuncturist at Joyful Balance Wellness, LLC, located in Naperville.
Lauren has served the community in various positions with the Naperville Jaycees and the Naperville area Humane Society.
Tracy resides in Frankfort, IL & is married with 4 children. Tracy found herself feeling lost, helpless & alone when navigating thru her daughters addiction. When the opportunity presented itself to become part of the PATH team she jumped at it. She wants to possibly avoid another parent or loved one feeling the way she did. She hopes to help educate her community & eliminate the stigma that goes along with addiction.
Roberta resides in Naperville, Il and is married to her husband, Don. Roberta has been a trained Stephen Minister since 2014 and has worked as Health Services Coordinator at Little Friends, Inc., for over 14 years. She ensured that the adults there received all the medical and dental services they needed. Together, she and her husband raised 4 sons. Their youngest son died at the age of 29 from an accidental Fentanyl overdose. PATH has been a place for her to find some peace and an opportunity for her to reach out to help others facing this national epidemic. Through her dedication to our mission, Roberta has become an integral part of our operations team.