REACH is a transformational youth mentoring and coaching program that is a student-focused outreach program of the Fulton County District Attorney’s office under the leadership of District Attorney Fani T. Willis. With the help of Fulton School Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney, the REACH program has been able to conduct its mentoring and coaching during school hours. REACH provides weekly small group sessions on integrity, leadership, decision-making, character, gangs, and conflict resolution. REACH life skill training then focuses on understanding money, credit, vision, and the hunger for education.

Our Mission
A child’s growth and success are dependent on those who are active and productive in their lives.

Our Vision
To create an atmosphere that fosters growth from within that transforms the world around them.

What You Can Expect
Reach transformational youth mentoring is a student focused outreach program of the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office under the leadership of District Attorney, Fani T. Willis and in partnership with Fulton County Schools.

The program is created to provide weekly small group sessions on the importance of character with an emphasis on integrity, leadership, decision making, gang awareness, and conflict resolution.

Life skills training focused on understanding money, credit, the power of vision, having an entrepreneur mindset, and the hunger for higher education.


REACH program

Frequently Asked questions

How long is the program?

Two 10-week sessions; 1st semester / 2nd semester

Is there any recognition?

Yes, a special recognition reception to highlight students and present them with a certificate.

How large are the groups?

20 Students per school. Divided into small groups. 3 males and 2 female mentors per session (separate groups for girls and boys).

How are students selected?

Students are selected by school administrators, teachers, and counselors.