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Meet Mark Davis

You may have seen him riding his bike around Coles Crossing or perhaps you have seen him collecting spiders or bugs from the trails. Either way, he is a frequent visitor to our cul-de-sac and has made quite an impact on our little corner of the world. I met Mark Davis a few years ago while my children and I were outside playing. When he first stopped by I wasn’t sure what to think … here was a grown man speaking very loudly to my children, but within a few moments, I realized that Mark was someone that we needed in our Jives. Mark isn’t just a regular 22-year-old; Mark is an exceptional young man! Mark Davis attends Reach Unlimited, which is dedicated to providing support services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. He has a great big personality, but is absolutely full of heart!

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Reach Unlimited Helps People With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Reach Their Potential

Reach Unlimited is dedicated to providing quality support services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The organization has served individuals as young as 12 and as old as 75. For more than 30 years, Reach has worked to create a sustainable, secure environment where its clients may become all they are created to be—a place where success is always within reach.

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It’s time for baseball at Cypress complex for those with disabilities

The holidays might be over, but Reach Unlimited, an organization that provides support services for people with intellectual and mental disabilities, is continuing celebrations.

Reach Unlimited celebrated the opening of the Reach Unlimited Special Olympics Baseball field Jan. 21. The baseball field is an addition to the Blair Inez Scianna Learning Activity Center and will be the home field for the Reach Rockets Special Olympics team.

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Reach Unlimited Begins A New Season of Growth

REACH groundbreaking
L to R: Dick White, Kenny Scianna, Vicki Scianna, Marie Maxwell, Kathi Schmidt (Executive Director),Jack Duran, David Beck, George Parker and Lauren Black

During the beautiful Spring-like afternoon of February 26, 2016, Representatives of Reach Unlimited put shovels to the dirt to break ground on Part One of the greatly anticipated expansion to Reach Unlimited Learning Activity Center.   Part One will include a teaching greenhouse, enabling Reach clients to participate in another opportunity to learn job skills.  In addition, Part One will include a sports field for Special Olympics events and create more parking for our growing complex.   The much needed addition will add 49,000 square feet to our existing center.  Serving over 300 clients a week presently, Reach will be able to greatly increase enrollment and provide service unequaled across the state.

For over 30 years, Reach Unlimited has provided excellent services for intellectually and developmentally disabled folks in the north west Houston area.  Through 22 Family Group Homes located from Spring Branch to Tomball and in the Reach Learning Activity Center, clients are encouraged and inspired to live to their full potential.   Reach continues to rely on the support of individuals, families, organizations and the community as we begin this new season of growth.