Who we are…
Reach Out is more than a name — it is our philosophy and what we do.
Reach Out is dedicated to embracing communities, youth, and families to strengthen the human bonds that enable all members of the community to grow and thrive. Since 1969 we have worked for all young people to have access to networks of support, quality education, career options, and opportunities to develop the skills to succeed in their lives.
We encourage positive change across the lifespan with programs assisting youth, their parents, and community members throughout the Inland Empire and Pomona Valley. Our dedicated and highly trained staff understands the value of compassion, commitment, and perseverance while also remembering the fun side of life and the smiles that make a difference.
We recognize that in order to make our vision a reality, we must reach out and partner with others who care about our communities. We serve as a catalyst, convener, and partner in collaborative solutions with local government, schools, universities, community organizations, neighborhoods, business, law enforcement, and community volunteers. These relationships help us stay in close touch with the reality of life in communities we serve, and we constantly adapt our programs and strategies to meet their changing needs.
We are Reach Out. We are strengthening communities.
Learn More about how we Reach Out!
supporting young people to move from risk to success
The Partners for Innovative Communities and the Fontana Community Coalition
court ordered classes for first-time drug offenders
Youth for Change
Health Careers Academy and Friday Night Live
Student Assistance Program (SAP)
helping students to succeed in school and avoid substance abuse
Tobacco Awareness Program (TAP)
for high school students to quit smoking
drug prevention and awareness for middle and junior high grades.
Reach Out to Parents
Tobacco Awareness and Smoking Cessation Classes
San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health
|First 5 of San Bernardino,|
|The California Endowment|
|The California Wellness Foundation|
|The Community Foundation Serving Riverside and San Bernardino Counties|
|Ontario/Montclair School District|
|Rialto Unified School District|
|Chaffey Joint Union High School District|
|Upland Unified School District|
|Murrieta Unified School District|
|Chino Hills Joint Union High School District|
|Harold Edelstein Foundation|
|Department of Health and Human Services|
|Department of Education|
|Best Buy Foundation|
Our Community Partners
Our partners include: Ontario Police Department, Fontana Police Department, Chaffey Joint Union High School District, Ontario-Montclair School District, Foothill Family Shelter, San Bernardino County Public Defender’s Office, San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, San Bernardino County Probation Department, Fresh Start Ministries, Inc., Upland Unified School District, Rancho Cucamonga Family Resource Center, Cucamonga School District, City of Pomona, Bilingual Family Counseling, Boys and Girls Club of Pomona, Camp Fire USA/Mt. San Antonio Council, House of Ruth, Inland Valley Hope Partners, Inland Valley Recovery Services, OPARC, Project Sister Family Services, Samaritan Counseling Center, Services Center for Independent Living.
REACH OUT | for 40 Years…
For more than 40 years, REACH OUT has been protecting the future of our youth!
Reach Out began in 1969 as a drop-in center where youth and adults could find help with battling substance abuse. In the years since then, Reach Out has adapted to community needs by pioneering and successfully replicating numerous innovative programs. These programs empower young people to maximize their educational, career, and life potential while reducing their risk for substance abuse, violence, and teen pregnancy.
Reach Out partners with local cities, school districts, city and county agencies, law enforcement, business and over 80 local health and social welfare agencies to build community hope and strength.
Reach Out is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit agency serving Southern California’s Inland Empire and Pomona Valley and receives funding from federal, and county funders, local organizations, foundations, businesses and individual donors.