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CHRIST-CENTERED
VOLUNTARY PROGRAM

Youth-Reach Houston is a long-term, residential program for boys ages 12-17 who want help. Our program is completely voluntary and is facilitated by screened, experienced staff. Set in a structure of a balanced family and home life, residents are provided with a Christian foundation and support to help develop their character, sense of responsibility and a strong work ethic.

Once accepted into our program, it typically takes 3-4 weeks to process all of the required state and local paperwork needed to begin the program. Families are never charged for the 24/7 services offered.

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WATCH BRETT’S STORY OF TRANSFORMATION & GROWTH

I found drugs at 14 and things got worse. I was chronically addicted to weed, opiates, and alcohol by the time I was 17… I came to Youth-Reach and God began opening my eyes. God uses this place to change lives like my own.

TREVOR

Not only did Youth-Reach pull me out of everything that had been dragging me down and clinging to my soul, but they developed a work ethic in me, taught me the discipline of spending time in prayer and in the Word, prepared me for ministry, and sent me out into it.

KELLEY

My mom was nowhere to be found. My dad was also an addict. My relatives knew of my addiction and life of crime and didn’t want that influence in their homes. No one but Youth-Reach would take me. The YRH staff had a bigger impact on me than any of my biological family or friends. They taught me how to be a man of God.

DENNIS

HEALING PAST WOUNDS & RESTORING FAMILIES

CHANGING LIVES EVERYDAY

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Ben’s Story: “Care and Ministry Designed Just for Me”

November 15th, 2021|Categories: Testimonials|

When I was about 14-15 years old, I was completely out of control and in a juvenile detention center in Waco, Texas. I had no regard for my safety or anyone else's. While there, I had been locked in a cell — meant to hold a kid for 48 hours — for three straight months. My parents had hired an attorney to keep me in jail and ultimately have me tried as an adult. Our family was in a crisis and we desperately needed intervention...

Then & Now

November 4th, 2021|Categories: General News|

Over the last eighteen months, Youth-Reach Houston has been understaffed, which means that our operations staff members have worked extra hours and carried extra burdens so that the boys would never notice any lack of care.

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