Teen Responsibility, Education, Achievement, Caring, and Hope (Teen REACH)

Helping Families. Supporting Communities. Empowering Individuals.

What is the purpose of this service?

Teen REACH (Responsibility, Education, Achievement, Caring, and Hope) is an after-school group that helps youth (6-17 years old) by participating in activities that:

  • Improve the likelihood for future success,
  • Provide positive choices,
  • Reduce at-risk behaviors, and
  • Develop career goals.

Who can receive these services?

Youth, ages 6-17 years old.

What services are offered?

  • Homework help,
  • Tutoring (Mentoring),
  • Education on reducing risky behavior like:
    • substance abuse,
    • criminal activities,
    • violence, and
    • sexual activity
  • Parental and family participation in activities,
  • Recreation, sports, cultural and art activities, and
  • Service learning project.

How to apply?

Use the Teen REACH Provider List (pdf) to locate a provider in your area, if you are:

  • the Youth
  • the Parents
  • a Family Member
  • a Friend,
  • school staff

Additional Information: 

DHS Office Locator

DHS Help Line

  • 1-800-843-6154
  • 1-800-447-6404 TTY