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Advocacy & Accompaniments
REACH provides crisis intervention, emotional support, legal and medical information, case management and safety planning. Advocates can join and support survivors during forensic exams, law enforcement interviews, and court hearings.
REACH provides professional counseling in a safe environment both in person and via TeleHealth to address the impacts of trauma.
Therapists are trained in evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT).
REACH provides case management services and support to survivors and their families. Our Case Managers serve as guides to navigating the web of services available and are an encouraging presence in the aftermath of one of the most difficult experiences in life.
We help identify and work to reduce barriers to receiving services, stigma about victimizations, gaps in services, and obstacles created by oppression and discrimination.
REACH can assist with:
Safe at Home - Confidential Address Program
Connecting to Resources and Services
Since we were founded in 1982 REACH has been dedicated to supporting our community. We continue to provide services to meet the local needs and connect residents to support.
We REACH our community through the following services:
Expect Respect – A school-based curriculum that promotes healthy relationships and prevents violence and abuse among children and teens.
Building Resiliency Groups – designed to support teachers and classified staff with strategies to alleviate stress, prevent burnout, and increase resiliency.
We provide training to allied professionals who may come in contact with survivors, including law enforcement, child protective services, and other first responders.
If you are interested in a training for your organization, click below to contact us.
REACH believes that violence is preventable and education can effect changes in attitudes and behaviors. Ending violence is a community responsibility. REACH is committed to educating the Valley and surrounding areas on the impact of violence and trauma on our communities.
To request a presentation or for more information, click below to contact us.