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

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