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Everyone DeservesHealthy Relationships

At REACH, we’re empowering individuals, families, and communities to overcome domestic violence – because we all deserve safe, healthy relationships.

How We Do Our Work

To promote healthy relationships and end domestic violence, REACH focuses on four key areas of intervention.

Safety & Shelter

Through our emergency shelter program, we offer immediate services for victims of domestic violence who aren’t safe in their own homes.

Community-Based Advocacy

REACH actively advocates with survivors of domestic violence, supporting them as they reclaim their independence.

Education & Prevention

Our compassionate team leads discussions and trainings in businesses, schools, and other community spaces on recognizing and preventing domestic violence.

Community Engagement

Our outreach programs equip community members of all ages, genders, occupations, and backgrounds to be agents of change.

What is Domestic Violence?

Abuse is a pattern of behaviors that one person uses to gain and maintain power and control over another person.

Financial Abuse

Controlled or limited access to financial resources

Physical Abuse

Harm or injury caused by physical force

Sexual Abuse

Any non-consensual sexual act or behavior

Psychological Abuse

Deliberate emotional harm or manipulation

Impact Change

REACH’s Blog Spotlight: “Longing for a safe space”

“Everyone deserves a safe space. A space where you can express yourself and be an entirely unfiltered version of yourself… With that being said, black people in this country have been fighting to find a safe space for over four hundred years.”

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Community Reach

Explore firsthand stories about hope, healing, advocacy, and more on our blog.

How my REACH Beyond Domestic Violence Internship Changed my Views on Policy Work

Blog by Emma Keeling I have always said that I dislike policy. I never had solid grounds for this argument,…

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A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words

This board sits on the wall of an office at our emergency shelter. It is one of the ways that…

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Longing for a safe space

Time and time again, this country has shown black Americans that they do not have a safe space. Not when…

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Why comprehensive, medically accurate, and LGBTQ+ inclusive sex ed matters to me

Incorporating comprehensive sex education, like the Healthy Youth Act is proposing to ensure, would have many benefits; I want to…

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Survivor Voices

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Melinda's Story

It took 2 years and 8 months of being out of his grip to realize that it’s ok to be me again. It’s ok to laugh out loud and it’s my right to be un-ladylike and laugh deeply from my belly.

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