Reach Up helps young parents receiving financial assistance from the Reach Up program to overcome barriers to self-sufficiency by completing a high school education, identifying strengths, setting goals, gaining and maintaining employment, and balancing work and family life.
For more information, call 888-5229 ext 148 or click here to email program staff.
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At seventy-two, I often hear myself say, “Well, when I was young…” followed by some judgment about the behavior of today’s kids. I seem to remember my parent’s expectations of me as a kid were quite different from what parents seem to expect today. Looking back, my...read more
Years of research have demonstrated that adverse childhood experiences have an impact on child development and ultimately adult health outcomes This commentary is by Chloe Learey, the executive director of Winston Prouty Center for Child and Family Development in...read more