Mission Of Program Reach: To preserve the integrity of families by providing age appropriate assistance, helping all people reach their full potential for health and well-being.
Our Formula for Success
At Program Reach we firmly believe in the need to continuously evaluate and improve our programs. Since 2004 we have employed outcome evaluations on all of our programs which scientifically measure the effects of those programs. We have received accolades, from the Department of Health and Human Services as well as several major universities, for our dedication to scientific research. Our evaluators are leaders in the field of social science from major academic institutions in the New York Metropolitan area.
Between 2005 and 2015 our research was funded by three separate federal research projects through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Administration for Family Life, and the Office of Adolescent Health.
We have proudly serviced over 13,000 individuals and have positively impacted our program participants, their families, and the communities in which they live.
Program Reach: Proudly helping thousands of families for over 15 years.
The Goal of AVAIL is to help families gracefully deal with the challenges associated with disability, chronic illness, and the aging process.
We will strive to provide the support and services that family caregivers need so that they have more time to spend loving their families.
We hope to lead the way in improving how communities understand, address and approach aging, illness, disability and other family challenges. Find out more about our services.
The Healthy Respect program supports youth and their families by providing educational opportunities and assisting in the formation of a supportive family environment in an attempt to provide youth with the skills that are necessary to ensure a healthy future.
It is our mission to provide the information and support that young people need to make healthy choices. Today’s healthy choices ensure healthy tomorrows through the Healthy Respect Curriculum.