REACH Youth Programs
Get Ready to Save with Youth$ave
Youth$ave is a financial education course for kids ages 9-18 living in REACH housing that teaches many essential financial skills and how to achieve their goals. It’s a program that pays your child to save money! The course runs during the school year and kids have the opportunity to earn community service credits and make deposits at least monthly to their savings account. For every dollar that students save, REACH matches it with $2! The money saved goes toward artistic, athletic, educational or entrepreneurial goals.
Download Word fillable applications for both new and returning Youth$ave participants:
Summer Camp Guide 2017
Get ready for summer! Our summer camp guide is ready and you can download it here. Check back to our site often as we’ll be updating it as we get new information in about camps around the region being offered this summer.
School Supply Giveaway
Before the beginning of the school year, REACH hosts a School Supply Giveaway. Each fall, families sign up to receive needed school supplies. Keep watch in the summer for an announcement in the HomeFront.
is an onsite after-school program that takes place three days a week in the Covington Commons Community Building for residents of The Mews, Cascadia Village, and Covington Commons located in Washington. It takes place two days a week in the Gateway Gardens Community Room for our residents in Washougal. The youth residents participate in cooking/nutrition classes, gardening classes, visits from animals, Girl Scouts, and much more. A number of wonderful community volunteers and partners make these activities possible.
Boys and Girls Club - Fruit Valley Teen Club is open to 6th to 8th graders and takes place five days a week in the McCallister Village Community Room (Washington).
Boys and Girls - Fruit Valley Club is open to kindergarten-5th graders and takes place five days a week at Fruit Valley Elementary (next door to McCallister Village) (Washington).