The REACH Center exists to equip individuals to secure gainful employment, prevent homelessness, and break the cycle of violence through education, skills development, and connections to community resources. Our vision is simple- to build safer communities where individuals are stronger, families are supported, and income is sustainable. We believe in a holistic development model which focuses on critical areas of life development. These include education, employment, financial, health, housing, mental health, recreation, relationships, spirituality, transportation, addictions, legal, and community service.
Our comprehensive intake process, Apricot, is fully automated and allows us the capabilities to provide electronic agency referrals, track services, data collection, and reporting. Our intake process assists us in developing out programs and services around homelessness prevention, alleviating poverty, workforce preparedness, food access, education, and domestic violence and human trafficking prevention.
Stronger Individuals, Supportive Families, Sustainable Income, and Safer Communities
We believe in reaching people right where they are.
We respect and value people of all backgrounds. We treat our participants, community partners, and donors with courtesy, politeness, and kindness.
We will support and strengthen each individual’s confidence in their talents and capabilities.
We honor our commitments to participants, the community, partners, and one another. We take responsibility for our actions and aim for excellence when providing services.
We cultivate an environment for growth and aim to use best practices and innovative approaches to ensure a lifelong impact.
We believe that true transformation must include all aspects of an individual’s life: social, economic, physical, mental, and spiritual.
Create an evidence-based framework that can be replicated in other communities.
Expand current crisis intervention programs to ensure long-term economic sustainability.
Decrease homelessness by providing short and long-term transitional housing options.
Increase the number of strategic partnerships and supporters.