R.E.A.C.H (Realistic Education to Avoid Crime and Harm), is an innovative program, designed by the Haverford Township Police Department Community Policing Unit to prevent substance abuse and harmful behavior through education. 

This new program provides twelve 45-60 minute lessons on personal safety topics ranging from, the effects of alcohol & drugs to internet safety. The program includes topics such as communication styles, decision making skills and positive alternatives. This new program has the flexibility to be presented to any grade level. The R.E.A.C.H. program was presented in twenty-six (26) classes throughout all schools in the Township.

For more information or for a REACH information presentation, contact Haverford Township Police Department's Community Policing Unit at 610-853-1298, extension 1225, and ask for Officer Michael Flynn.