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.

Seeing The Whole Person: Honoring Trans Day of Remembrance

November 19th marks the final day of Trans Awareness week, which aims to raise the visibility of trans and gender diverse people and address issues the community faces. It … Continued

“The people we serve are not ‘other.’ They could be any of us.”

This month is REACH’s 25th anniversary. We interviewed the four REACH directors to highlight each of the mission areas — community justice, outreach, integrated … Continued

“Having a place to call home isn’t something you earn”

Header photo courtesy of the CoLEAD program and Minea Herwitz   This month is the 25th anniversary of REACH. Throughout the month we will … Continued

“I wish Seattleites would self reflect, have compassion, and project empathy toward unsheltered people”

This month is the 25th anniversary of REACH. To mark the occasion, we’re interviewing our four new REACH directors to highlight the organization’s mission … Continued

“Every human being has a stake in our mission”

This month is the 25th anniversary of REACH. Throughout the month we will interview our four new REACH directors to highlight each of our … Continued

Randy’s Story

Randy was a client in REACH’s Vital program. He was born and raised in Seattle and lived outside for decades. With our help, he … Continued

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

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