Sexual Abuse Treatment Program
Sexual Abuse Treatment Program is designed to address the systemic needs of sexual offenders, victims and non-offending parents through comprehensive group therapy.
Community-Based Sex Offender Treatment
There are hundreds of registered sex offenders living in the Fox Valley. This treatment group aims to change sex offender’s deviant thoughts and behaviors, address areas of trauma for healing and develop a plan for their future wellness. Recidivism studies show only a 7% re-offense rate over 15 years after completing Reach’s treatment program, making it one of the most successful in Wisconsin. Program referrals come through the Department of Corrections, prosecutors and judges.
Connections for Family Safety
Sex offenders are masterful manipulators. Reach provides Connections for Family Safety, a 24-week educational/therapy group for women to understand sex offender’s psyche, including thought processes and behaviors. Members address relationship dynamics, protective behaviors and safety plans to protect themselves and their children.
ADOLESCENT OFFENDER TREATMENT
This group is designed for adolescents at high risk for becoming sexual violence perpetrators. The adolescent therapy group helps teens explore feelings and beliefs around their sexual victimization, trauma and acting out behaviors in a safe environment.
Family Therapy/Safety Planning
This program is for sex offenders and their families to experience both individual healing and healing as a unit. Family therapy is aimed at clarifying individual areas of responsibility for maintaining a healthy home environment. Safety planning encompasses privacy and boundary rules for the home and appropriate interventions for potential high-risk situations.
S.E.E.P. (Sexual Exploitation Education Program)
This is a five week psycho-educational program for men who are caught as first time buyers of prostituted individuals. These men have the option of taking the class or paying a much higher fine. Successful completion of the course will defer prosecution. This option is offered only to first time offenders.