Reach Counseling provides mental health care committed to the understanding of and response to emotional, sexual and physical abuse. Since 1976, Reach has worked to heal lives of abuse victims and hold perpetrators accountable through innovative programs in education and outreach, victim advocacy, outpatient therapy, counseling and sex offender treatment.
As a trauma-specific outpatient clinic, we:
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During this unprecedented time, we will continue to provide services to current and new clients in all programs. Advocates will respond to victims via phone, virtually or in-person depending on individual needs. Educators will continue to provide virtual education for students, staff and parents who are struggling to maintain safety and sanity during this time. Crisis calls are being responded to 24/7.
Reach knows that for trauma survivors times such as these can trigger trauma responses and reactions. Being closed in with family members for weeks can create difficult situations that may lead to fear and feelings of helplessness, as well as safety issues. We are here to help! Call us at 920-722-8150.
We are all in this Pandemic together and need to observe the safeguards of staying home, staying safe and keeping 6 feet of physical distance if you must go out! Let us show each other compassion and kindness in this time of crisis. We are more alike than we are different. Let’s hold on to that!
Thank you for your continued support of Reach and our Mission.
Reach Counseling has a long history of meeting the needs of individuals, families and communities throughout the Fox Valley. Established in 1976 as the Winnebago County Sexual Assault Response Team, the agency was dedicated to the prevention of sexual abuse, incest and rape, and to offer advocacy and support to victims.
With an ongoing commitment to the well-being of the Fox Valley, the agency became a licensed outpatient mental health clinic in 1993. Adding long-term, outpatient clinical services to prevention education, advocacy, counseling and offender treatment programs created a systemic approach of prevention, response and treatment. Understanding how incidents of sexual and physical abuse create trauma responses in the body and mind, Reach was working with hundreds of individuals and families annually through counseling and advocacy by 2001.
Reach has been a leader in identifying changing needs and responding with innovative programming in education, outreach, counseling and treatment.
In nature, hummingbirds embody perseverance, strength and resilience. They can travel great distances and even fly backwards.
For Reach, the hummingbird represents resilience in overcoming trauma and is the symbol of life, great strength, fearlessness, courage and adaptability. The hummingbird challenges us to open our hearts and confide in others.