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Positive Community Alternatives, since 1970
The REACH Project goal is to advance safe, healthy and accountable behavior among youth for the betterment of the individuals, their families and the community.
REACH Project was created in 1970 by community members to respond to concerns over the influence of negative youth behaviors and its effect on families. REACH's aggressive approach, combines local services and resources dedicated to strengthening living and learning environments.
REACH provides school-site student assistance programs for Antioch Unified School District focusing onschool attendance, improved grades, positive school behaviors, enhanced study practices and strengthened parent relationships. REACH also actively participates on Student Attendance and Review Boards conducting early identification and counseling services.
Strengthening Pillars of Character
TRUSTWORTHINESS: Don’t Deceive, cheat or steal, be reliable and do as you say
REACH Skills: Decision Making & Building Effective Relationship
RESPECT: Treat others with respect, be tolerant of differences
REACH Abilities: Communication & Problem Solving
RESPONSIBILITY: Accountability, think before you act
REACH Techniques: Critical Analysis, Cost & Reward
FAIRNESS: Listen to others, don’t blame carelessly
REACH Practices: Strengths-Based Goal Setting
CARING: Help those in need, express gratitude
REACH Aptitude: Expanding Views
CITIZENSHIP: Cooperate, be good to others
REACH Foundation: Youth for Positive Change