The Reach Program is a 501c3 nonprofit volunteer-based organization that provides activities, education, service, and support to youth in our community. In the best interest of the youth, we also offer QPR Suicide Prevention and Youth Mental Health First Aid trainings to adults and youth!
To inspire children to REACH for all they deserve, by educating and empowering them to create a bright future, filled with purpose and self-love.
What We Do!
The Reach Program brings the community together to create peace in the lives of our youth. By educating them and providing them with a tool box full of coping skills, acceptance, love, and inspiration, we assist them in taking on the rest of their lives with boundless courage and strength. We also know that us, the adults, have not been armed with this courageous tool box either and we know that educating our adults is imperative to conquering what we are facing with our children.
Through our Teen Skill Classes and Suicide Prevention Classes, we will build a solid foundation for our children to build upon as they move into adulthood. We will teach and create empathy, acceptance, compassion, and love, not only for others, but especially for ourselves. It's just how we roll at The Reach Program!
With the number of suicides on the rise, we need to be vigilant in getting the word out that there is hope! Suicide is not the only solution to the problem. There are many others in the community that have won this same battle and are now ready to fight for our youth right alongside them. It's going to take a collective effort of our community coming together as one to end the stigma of mental health and save our children!
We provide activities, entertainment, service, and support to some of our most vulnerable population (youth of abuse) at the Salt Lake County Youth Homes. These youth are in state's custody, waiting for a foster home. They deserve their community to support them through the difficult times they did not choose to have. Some might say that material things don't matter but to a youth that has nothing, it will matter more than you can imagine. It says, "We know you are hurting and we want you to know that you deserve more than life is giving you right now. You have true value to us and to this world."