A free informational session about Reach, Inc, and the Reach Foundation will be presented from 3 to 5 p.m. on Dec. 5 at the L.E. Phillips-Libertas Treatment Center of HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital.
The center is located at 2301 County Hwy I in Chippewa Falls.
The session will be led by Stacy Wigfield, president and CEO of Reach, Inc., and Adrian Klenz, executive director of the Reach Foundation. They will discuss current trends regarding services, programming, and care of adults and children with disabilities.
The discussion will also look at potential future roadblocks due to proposed governmental changes at the state and federal levels.
Registration is not required and certificates of attendance are available.
Reach, Inc. (Regional Enterprises for Adults & Children) serves Chippewa Valley children and adults with physical or cognitive disabilities and individuals with traumatic brain injuries. It was established in 1963.
The Reach Foundation was formed in 2003 as a nonprofit organization to raise funds and awareness for Reach, Inc.
The L.E. Phillips-Libertas Treatment Center of HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital provides a full spectrum of adult substance abuse services, as well as outpatient mental health and substance abuse services for adolescents. It also offers free monthly, ongoing education and support programs as a community service to the public and professionals.