REACH is dedicated to employing the Results-Based Accountability Model (RBA), which incorporates accountabilities for both population and performance measures. Part of measuring the quality and sustainability of our performance is accomplished by asking the following questions:
1) How Much Did We Do?       2) How Well Did We Do It?       3) Is Anyone Better Off?

Overall Parent/Guardian Satisfaction

Results from Program-wide Survey in 2016

Overall Student Satisfaction

Results from Program-wide Survey in 2016

% of Parents Reporting Positive Changes in Their Child in the Following Areas:

Results from Program-wide Survey 2016

Total Student Enrollment

Total Number of Students Across All REACH Programs

Young people with mentors, especially at-risk youth, have more positive visions of themselves and their futures, and they also achieve more positive outcomes in school, the workplace, and their communities.
— The Mentoring Effect: Young People's Perspectives on the Outcomes and Availability of Mentoring