Re-Entry Assisted Community Housing (REACH) is a scattered site supportive housing for individuals re-entering the community from the correctional system.
The REACH program is designed to address the needs of individuals in the correctional system who are eligible for parole, but unable to locate appropriate housing. The intent of the program is to assist individuals in successfully re-entering the community and provide the supports necessary for independent living.
REACH provides scattered site apartments that are subsidized based on the tenant's income. Participants are provided with intensive case management and have an estimated length of stay of four to six months.
Services provided include:
Referrals to mental health and other treatment providers, as necessary
Assistance with transportation
For more information regarding Re-Entry Assisted Community Housing, contact Cathleen Meaden, Program Director, at 203-495-1565, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.