206-A South Loop 336 W-203, Conroe, TX 77304

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Organizations Filed Purposes: The goal of Angel Reach is to break the generational cycle of abuse, neglect and homelessness so individual lives and communities can be enhanced. Through providing a coordinated family of services aimed at meeting the special needs of this group of children and youth, Angel Reach is first committed to assuring the safety and security of all children and youth in alternate care. Safety and security needs being met, they can rebuild trust in others; develop spiritually; begin to have a sense of belonging; and rise above their backgrounds to become productive adults.

The Kinship Care Program - children removed by CPS from abuse situations are routinely placed in the care of a local relative to maintain the family connection. Our goal is to help these "kinship" families by making Angel Reach goods and services available so that safe and consistent care for these children will be provided. The Angel Reach Counseling Center provides free counseling by a licensed counselor for guardians and children. Our tutoring services were established to give foster children a hand up with their educational needs. Assistance to kinship caregivers and aged out foster youth in need of assistance include: housing, mentoring, transportation, educational assistance and other aid.

Transitional Living Program provides housing and life instruction to youth who have aged-out of foster care that are homeless or at risk of being homeless between the ages of 18-24. Housing and many services are available to assist these individuals become emotionally stable and financially independent. Angel's Nest Program services teach young mothers with a foster care history how to care for themselves and their babies in a safe healthy environment so as not to repeat the vicious cycle. Transitional Living Center Expenses paid for groceries, health care, supplies, travel, telecommunications and other educational expenses for the care and maintenance of the foster children as they are equipped to transition into society as functioning contributing adults. In Addition, property and other living expenses to provide living quarters for the aged out foster youth as they transition out of the foster system. Angel Reach is first committed to assuring the safety and security of all children and youth in alternate care. Expenses includes: Rent, electricity, insurance, taxes and other utilities provided for their care and maintenance.

The Community Youth Outreach collaborative addresses the needs of homeless youth in the Montgomery County area. It can provide temporary housing, access to food and clothing services, laundry and shower facilities, and referrals to other resources in the community. Our case management program allows for the individual coordination of services on the behalf of each youth that receives assistance from Angel Reach. Our team works closely with the youth to evaluate and determine how to best meet their needs.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Jean RadachExecutive Director40$60,120
Ruth WegnerDirector of Human Resources/Secretary40$40,120
Michelle LittleDirector5$0
Mike RohmDirector5$0
Carol WatfordDirector5$0
Kristy SextonDirector5$0
George LindahlDirector5$0
Keaton KainerDirector5$0
Rene CasadabanDirector5$0
Terry CargillDirector5$0
Jim AndersonDirector, Treasurer10$0
Charles MauriceDirector, Chairman5$0

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