And they overcame by the blood of the lamb and by the word of their testimony...

​Revelation 12:11

  1. Colette T. (March 24, 2014) I, Colette, as a former believer in affirmative action, since legislature voted that bill, nothing has come close to its title the Reach Program entered into existence.  You hear of such programs but none compares or measures the quality of work the Reach Program does for incarcerated inmates.  The Reach Program has been advocates for inmates, moral support in the court room, help inmates obtain housing once they are released from jails, prisons, and institutions.  The Reach Program has also helped inmates to locate residential drug rehab, hire ex-felons straight from jail with certain qualifications that are suitable for their company.  What makes the Reach Program unique is that not only do they give the female inmates resources, but they go a step further and make a positive impact on the lives of low income families, mentally and physically restore broken homes and mend kids broken hearts.
  2.    Xiong Z. (July 14, 2014) I am so grateful for REACH and their efforts.  It has been because of Pastor Thomas and the REACH staff that I was able to get accepted into a rehab program in Sacramento, which is the county that my family currently lives.3.
  3. ​Ana C. (July 18, 2015) REACH taught me how to present myself in my court hearing.  And, because of that, I was able to get released on bond and move back to Atlanta with my family.
  4. ​​   Tracey J.  (January 9, 2016)I began to get involved with Reach Fellowship back in 2013 at the West County Detention Facility.  I stayed in touch with them and sent me encouraging letters throughout my prison stay.  Upon my release they were there at the parole office to reassure my parole agent that Reach was a legitimate agency and that they would be accepting me at the Naomi House as a resident (free of charge until I am able to work and pay rent.)  Since that day Reach has supported me in many ways towards getting my life back!!  I am also grateful and thankful for all the love and support that Bishop Santiago and Pastor Thomas has given me.  Thank you REACH!!!
  5. Wendy W.  (February 20, 2016) Reach Fellowship has become a huge support system and family for me in my life today.  They have not only helped me get out of jail and into a program, but they   have opened their home to me as I reenter back into my community.  And, for that, I will always know I am not alone.  Thanks ladies.  I love you, REACH!!!