When REACH was founded in 1981, it began with the idea that domestic violence can happen anywhere because it is part of the fabric of our society – it can happen in the leafy suburbs as in the big city, at the end of the long driveway, as well as in the apartment next door. There are so many reasons that survivors access support. There are…
Category: How We Do Our Work
I’m so grateful that REACH’s board and leadership’s saw the promise of this unique benefit.
Since 1981, every year has presented REACH staff with new obstacles and also new reasons to celebrate.
As I sit here reflecting on 10 years of working both in direct services and prevention…
Growing up in a small town in North Carolina, our large Sunday dinners were full of life.
Four years ago, after the 2016 election, we asked – where do we go from here?
Let’s raise awareness to counteract the isolation and darkness that abuse thrives upon.
Primary prevention is often described as preventing violence or harm before it ever occurs.
I learned more than I ever thought I could in a week, and it made me realize how…
Like most organizations in Massachusetts, REACH had to transition to working remotely in March due to COVID-19.