We can learn a lot about people's lives on the street by listening to their stories.

For adults living outside, Seattle's social services support network is complex and can feel inaccessible. We respond to each client’s unique social and clinical needs. Our work embraces the worth and humanity of the people we serve, partnering with them to effectively navigate the system.

Lena’s Story

“I do not know where I’d be if I did not have this place,” says Lena about her home. “I treat it like my castle. Evergreen … Continued

Human connection comes first

By Kelley Craig   Kelley Craig is a co-director of the REACH program at Evergreen Treatment Services. In 2015, she told her story on … Continued

Learn More About What We Do [VIDEO]

“We believe in order to truly connect with people, we need to meet them where they’re at.” All people deserve dignity. Check out how … Continued

Ben

Ben started using at a young age while living with his mom in his hometown of Spokane. It started with abusing medication to treat … Continued

REACH goes above and beyond

“Where are you from?” is a common question asked when people meet for the first time in Seattle, the assumption being that so few … Continued

Charmaine

News headlines serve as a bleak reminder of the toll the opioid epidemic has had on our cities and nation. But, groups like Evergreen … Continued

Jerry and John

REACH case managers are steadfast in their support of clients. They meet them where they are, and forge partnerships with the community to achieve … Continued

Cody

When Becky, a REACH care manager, met Cody*, he was living in a trailer in South King County. It was desolate; he had no … Continued

Karen

One morning while doing outreach in downtown Seattle, one of our REACH care managers, Garrett, met a woman who was packing up a bedroll … Continued

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REACH is a program of
Evergreen Treatment Services

REACH improves lives daily for more than 3,500 King County residents. Whether it’s a visit to the doctor, a warm meal, or getting into substance use treatment, our work changes lives. You can help.

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