Homeless Transition

RTW is the initial phases of negotiation with the City, the American Red Cross and other community groups identifying homeless families and individuals, who have become homeless as a result of a loss of their permanent housing through fire. We have done substantial research and have produced a program and documentation for financing and administering this project.


Serves individuals and families, especially teens between the ages of thirteen and sixteen.    Counseling provided by Reaching The World specializes in the exploration and resolution of personal problems and issues according to the needs of the individual. 


    *  Nutrition classes

    * Budget and Financial Planning

    * Computer Classes

Youth Mentoring Program

One-on-One Mentoring and Educational Services preparing youth for successful futures by fostering the development of critical thinking and life skills through activities and service.

Food Distribution

Food distributions are held every 4th Saturday January through September please contact us to verify food availability. 

Residential Dwelling Needs
(by appointment only)

Slightly used and new donated items such as: car seats, baby swings, strollers, pampers, baby clothes, baby bottles, baby monitors, baby furniture, iron, coffee pots, sheets, pots and pan, etc.   

Reaching the World serves the immediate needs of homeless, low-income and working poor individuals and families. The majority of our clients are elderly and families with children who survivors of domestic violence, people with mental health and/or co-existing mental health and substance abuse disorders, people in economic distress due to unemployment or a one-time or ongoing medical or other emergency.

Some of the families have taken in nieces and nephews in addition to their own children so they have very large families to support during these tough economic times. 

Many of the elderly need food assistance to supplement their limited monthly benefits, but also seek someone to talk to as they are often living in isolation.

The majority of the items we distribute are provided in-kind or at a minimal cost. We distribute these donated items by dividing what is available and ensuring that no one leaves empty-handed. As more families experience difficulties during this economic downturn, we need additional funding support to serve the additional clients' needs.

Programs & Services