Youth Recovery Center
Welcome to #REACHLV #LVYRC
REACH Lehigh Valley Youth Recovery Center
Recover ~ Engage ~ Accept ~ Connect ~ Heal
Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions the REACH LV Youth Center and offices are temporarily closed, but we are still working and are available to you by phone or video.
Please REACH out to let us know how we can assist you!
In the meantime,
check out our website!
Substance use disorder affects self-esteem, relationships, education, employment and one's outlook on life. No matter where a youth is in their recovery journey, they are welcome to join us at REACH LV – Recover, Engage, Accept, Connect, Heal.
REACH LV utilizes the Alternative Peer Group (APG) model to create a safe & sober recovery community to support, empower, and provide services to adolescents and their families in all phases of adolescent substance recovery.
Boring? No way!
REACH for an adventure! Hiking, exploring, cooking, crafting, creating, gaming, music.
Catch up on homework, read, compute, write, research, investigate, design.
Have fun. Stay clean. Recover together. #ODAT
After school and weekend programs
Planned sober social functions
Peer-to-peer recovery support
Family support groups
Recovery from substance use disorder
Professional and experienced staff
Come join us!
Recovery is more than just "not using".
Together we co-create a community that focuses on mutual support, understanding, respect, fun and the willingness to learn new life skills. Our sober events include activities that enhance each person's mind, body and spirit. As we engage in creativity, we foster an environment where natural leadership can develop, emerge and grow.
Chill. Hang. Relax.
Your recovery is so much more than not using.
Join REACH LV for confidence, friendship and purpose. Includes youth ages 13 through high school.
Try on a new adventure
Get a new perspective on life
#REACHLV @ RAFT
REACH LV is a division of the 501(c)(3) RAFT group and welcomes youth of any race, religion, or belief structure, color, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability status, nationality, social group, ethnic background, recovery pathway or limited English proficiency.