Reach Out is more than a name - it is our philosophy and what we do...
We are passionate about our work and offer customized programs that support the mental, physical and economic health of youth and adults throughout the Inland Southern California region!
Empowering Youth - Strengthening Families - Building Communities
Since 1969, Reach Out has provided equal access to networks of support and we believe that all residents should have an equal opportunity to thrive.
Reach Out works with communities to solve our regions toughest issues and create conditions for children and their families to realize their full potential in school, work and life.
You can make a Difference by donating today...
THANK YOU FOR YOU GENEROSITY AND SUPPORT!
Reach Out's mission is to strengthen communities by bringing people together to solve our region's toughest issues: breaking barriers to educational achievement, expanding economic opportunities, and creating safe, healthy and innovative communities.
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We empower youth through our mentoring programs, in-school counseling, & life skill training.
We strengthen families through our parenting classes.
We build healthy communities through policies, such as healthy initiatives, which incorporate events like health fairs, community gardens, and nutrition classes.
Quotes From Students:
"The best thing about my experience overall is I got the support that I needed to be great and they always showed me that I could be great that I just have to keep pushing forward. Reach Out actually cares and they plan recognition of success parties which gives me the strength I need to keep on a pushing forward." - Sarah (Youth in the Workforce Development Program)
"Thank you for helping me rise up when I was deep in the hard times. You guys really do help in so many ways than one." -Anonymous (Youth in the Workforce Development Program)