To transform the lives of individuals with diverse abilities by helping them discover their voice and realize their dreams.
What We Do
We envision a world where all people see themselves and others as valued, integrated members of society.
Founded in 1969, the Resource for Education, Advocacy, Communication, and Housing (REACH) is a private, non-profit organization that supports individuals with a variety of lifelong disabilities including Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Down's syndrome and related medical and/or behavioral disorders. Our history of achievements is the result of strong community and family support and an organizational culture that continually seeks to remove barriers and change the limiting cultural stereotypes long associated with this population.
Customized to fit needs of our clients, people with disabilities and their families, REACH creates the possible when it feels impossible. We approach every person and situation as an opportunity to find a comprehensive, individualized solution to help people be their best selves and live their best lives.