Family Stabilization Services

Addresses the emergency needs of low-income individuals and households each year, such as rent or mortgage (rural El Paso County only), utilities, food, medical prescriptions, housing rehabilitation, transportation, and budget counseling.

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Transition to Independence

A goal setting program utilizing intensive one-on-one case management to assist low income people to attain higher education and job skills.

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Individual Development Account

An innovative matched savings program enabling asset acquisition for low income people who are employed and have a household income at or below 200% of the federal poverty level.

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Youth Education Savings

The only matched savings program for at-risk youth in El Paso County. YE$ is a unique approach to dropout prevention that teaches fiscal responsibility and accountability, and provides resources for educational assistance and post-secondary education.

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Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

Offers free tax assistance by certified, IRS-trained volunteers for anyone earning $53,000 or less per year.

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TESTIMONIALS
OUR TEAM

John Tighe

CEO

Michelle Milner

Director of Operations

Carl Finney

Center Manager, Calhan

Laura Yassa

Director of Grants

Jade Suter

Program Manager

Amy McCallum

Emergency Services Counselor

Kelsey Chantry

Bookkeeper

ABOUT

Our History

For 50 years, REACH has been at the forefront of providing supportive services designed to enhance the quality of life for the lower-income population of the Pikes Peak Region. Our self-sufficiency programs have expanded over the years to include emergency services, a long-term case intensive job skills/educational enhancement program, and two matched savings programs – one for adults and one for at-risk youths.

Our Mission

Increase the capacity of low-income families and individuals to be self-sufficient.

Our Vision

Be a leader and an advocate for the low-income community, building relationships and offering comprehensive services and programs to reduce the effects of poverty throughout the Pikes Peak region.

Main Office

  • +1 719 358 8396
  • 312 S Weber St., Suite A, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Fountain Office

  • +1 719 382 8515
  • 501 East Iowa, Fountain, CO 80817

Calhan Office

  • +1 719 347 2976
  • 701 4th Street, Calhan, CO 80808
CONTACT

Do you want to learn more about our programs, or how you can get involved? Send us a message!