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RESTORING, EMPOWERING, STRENGTHENING ALASKA’S AT-RISK YOUTH AND FAMILIES.

OUR VISION IS THAT ALL KIDS IN ALASKA KNOW THEY ARE CARED FOR AND LOVED.

As God Sees Them

We began with a single summer camp in 2014 with 37 kids from foster care as Royal Family KIDS Mat-Su. What we saw and experienced hands on with the kids touched us to the core. 

Introducing our newest extension of REACH 907 – Resilience – REACH 907 Behavioral Health

Recent testimony

“Because Melissa was mentored by one of your REACH 907 mentors, we were able to get her into Resilience because she trusted the adults at REACH 907.” – REACH 907 Foster Parent

How we love the kids

REACH 907 Summer Camp

Alaska HOPE TBRI Camp

Teen Reach Adventure Camp

Mentoring

Monthly Events (Club)

Trust Based Relational Intervention

At REACH 907, we use the evidence-based model of trauma-informed care, TBRI, in caring for our children and showing them they are valued and loved.

“TBRI® is an attachment-based, trauma-informed intervention that is designed to meet the complex needs of vulnerable children. TBRI® uses Empowering Principles to address physical needs, Connecting Principles for attachment needs, and Correcting Principles to disarm fear-based behaviors.”

– Karyn Purvis

How you can get involved

We are always looking for volunteers that can help with program needs.
As a non-profit, we rely on donors and grants to fund our mission.
Donations for club and camp are also needed.

Your donations can make it possible for kids to go to camp. Join us in our vision to see all kids in Alaska know they are cared for and loved.

Become a Mentor

Our Mentors are the backbone behind what we do at REACH 907. The care, compassion and love they show will impact a child for their lifetime.

Become a Volunteer

Volunteers are always needed in order to make this organization a success. We are in need of people with building skills, office skills, or organizational skills.

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