The Reach Project serves young men that have attended treatment for substance abuse and/or have families that are in active addiction. Many have been displaced from their families and deemed that they are in need of supervision and guidance.
While at the Reach Project, our staff will provide a structured environment, education, and life skills training. Our clients are required to find employment (if applicable), further their education goals and commit to the community through volunteering. The goal of our project is to provide to our clients a continuous sober living environment and advocacy to these young men that are abandoned, runaways, or homeless. The Reach Project strives to instruct and care for young men so they will be able to transition back with their families and/or society being self-sufficient.