Engage in Your Community
Reaching a world beyond domestic violence takes all of us.
We All have a role to play
While REACH is here to support survivors, we know that the first person a survivor turns to is most often a friend, family member, or trusted support like a faith leader or therapist. Through our Community Engagement work, we focus on building the confidence and competence of individuals to support survivors in their lives.
Ways to Engage
To support the unique needs of each survivor and develop comprehensive solutions to end domestic violence, REACH focuses on four key areas of intervention.
Questions? Contact our Community Engagement Coordinator, Sydney Carter, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Legislative Advocacy through Community Engagement (LACE )
While we support survivors individually, systemic changes, often through state legislative policy also have a profound impact on survivors. Through our new program, LACE, we are building networks of passionate community members who seek to advocate through legislative channels. Whether it be an email or phone call, writing an op-ed, or sharing testimony at a hearing, our voices can have a profound impact.
If you would like to get involved, contact our Community Engagement Coordinator, Sydney Carter, at email@example.com.