REACH Affirms Commitment to Serving All Survivors
As our country tries to move forward and looks for ways to address the very real problems we face, REACH hopes we can look for solutions that make sense. At REACH, we work with a significant number of immigrants, particularly Latinx from South and Central America. They are mothers, aunts, sisters, friends. They are teachers, hair stylists, sales associates, and stay-at-home moms. They come from a variety of countries, varying income levels, different faith traditions, and have a myriad of hopes and dreams for their children. We affirm our commitment to serving ALL survivors of domestic violence, no matter their background or immigration status, and we will continue to work for healthy communication and respect in ALL relationships.