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Angel Reach Breaks Ground on Angel Reach Village

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CONROE, TX – On Friday, October 1st, 2021 Angel Reach officially broke ground on Angel Reach Village, a Conroe area community of homes available to youth who have aged out of the foster care system as well as those who are at-risk for homelessness between the ages of 18-24. Phase 1 of the Village is planned for 16 total duplexes providing 32 homes.

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PHOTO: On Friday, October 1st, 2021 Angel Reach officially broke ground on Angel Reach Village.

The Angel Reach Village is a community project supporting the Angel Reach program and is being developed with help from our community partners Signorelli Company, HomeAid Houston, The Greater Houston Builders Association, Starter Homes of Texas, Gracepoint Homes, LJA Engineering, and the City of Conroe. With Angel Reach supporting so many families and youth in Conroe and statewide, Angel Reach Village will provide safe housing to foster kids who have aged out of foster care and those at risk of homelessness, between the ages of 16 and 24. These youth come from broken families and a broken system. So often they have no options for shelter, school or work. Angel Reach helps them get to a place of emotional stability and financial independence.

The full program will help them reach their full potential. The Angel Reach Village development is led by the Signorelli Company and is planned to offer 32 two-bedroom homes in the first phase.

 

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Angel Reach, a nonprofit in Conroe that is committed to helping serve our communities’ foster/kinship families and youth who have aged out of the foster care system, as well as homeless and at-risk youth. Angel Reach helps them transition to better lives by providing assistance to meet their immediate needs of housing, food, and clothing while guiding them to success through additional services of counseling, mentoring, tutoring, resources, and support groups.

“We are so excited to have this long-awaited event happen,” said Jean Radach, Executive Director of Angel Reach. “There are so many young people who want to come into our program. I hate to see the waiting list. We will now have the opportunity to house many more empowering these young people to face the world and give them an opportunity to become productive members of our communities.

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