REACH: Realizing Every Action Creates Hope, Out-of-School-Time (OST) Intervention<br /><ul><li>The painful experiences that foster youth face, have harsh affects on their developmental, and educational outcomes later in life(Ayasse, 1995; Bruskas, 2008).
Poor academic achievement is known to have the most serious consequences for the futures of foster youth (Finkelstein, 2002).
School success and achievement are crucial to a positive life and the development into adulthood (Avery, 1998).
T.O.C. IFfoster youth in high school attend REACH,THEN he/she will be able to leave the program with more life competency skills and an increased ability to graduate on time--increasing their chances for a successful adulthood. </li></li></ul><li>
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