Welcome to Reach

Serving youth ages 10-25 in Santa Clara County who are at risk for developing a mental illness.

REACH’s mission is to promote independence and prevent onset of mental illness in the Santa Clara County youth population through early education and awareness, consistent treatment, and community support.

Mental Health Clinicians

Mental Health Clinicians

Help improve interpersonal relationships and family dynamics to increase family stability. They also provide a collaborative approach to problem-solving for better daily functioning and offer individual and family counseling as needed. Call us today.

Education & Employment

Education & Employment

Provides support and assistance with education and/or vocational needs to ensure youth can successfully return to school or successfully engage in employment. Opportunity to develop and build upon skills to satisfy the hiring needs of our community partners and practice job interviews.

Occupational Therapist

Occupational Therapist

Identifies risk for illnesses or conditions that may limit or prevent participation in daily living by addressing cognitive, psychosocial, sensory and other areas of performance. Help to develop the skills and obtain necessary support for independent living.

Family Advocate/Mentor

Family Advocate/Mentor

Ensure that partners receive quality services that meet their identified goals from appropriate service providers, community agencies, and educational institutions. case management, peer support, and resources are also provided as needed.

Prevention of Psychosis


Early Intervention Can Make A Huge Difference

There is significant evidence to suggest that early treatment has significant benefits. With early detection it is possible to delay or even prevent the onset of chronic psychosis.

It is also shown that early intervention can reduce hospitalization and increase engagement with community services and support resources.

The REACH Team can assist youth and their families to strengthen coping skills, reduce stress and improve all areas of daily life.

One In Four

One in four Americans will suffer from a mental illness at some point.

One In Ten

One in ten children and adolescents suffer from mental illness.

Third Leading

For people ages 15-24, suicide is the third leading cause of death.

We Are Here To Help.

Identify Early Warning Signs

Reduced Performance
  • Trouble reading or understanding complex sentences
  • Trouble speaking or understanding others
  • Becoming easily confused or lost
  • Trouble in sports or other activities that used to be easy
  • Attendance problems related to sleep or fearfulness
Behavior Changes
  • Extreme fear for no apparent reason
  • Uncharacteristic and bizarre actions or statements
  • Impulsive and reckless behavior
  • Extreme social withdrawl
  • Decline in appearance and hygiene
  • Dramatic changes in sleep or eating
Perceptual Changes
  • Fear that others are trying to hurt them
  • Heightened sensitivity to sights, sounds, or touch
  • Making statements like “my brain is playing tricks on me.”
  • Reporting visual changes (i.e. colors are more intense, faces distorted, etc.)
  • Feeling like someone else is putting thoughts into their brain or others are reading their thoughts
  • Hearing voices or other sounds that others don’t hear
Referral Guidelines
  • Meets any of the early warning signs
  • Youth is between the ages of 10-25
  • Youth is currently uninsured, has Medi-cal, or Healthy Families
  • Youth is not currently receiving ongoing treatment for psychosis

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