FOUNDER, R.E.A.C.H. PEER SUPPORT
AYANA BROWN, MHPS
After serving honorably in the United States Navy, Ayana Brown worked in diverse environments including nuclear radiation safety and procurements for the federal and local government as a Military Spouse. Struggling professionally due to the effects of PTSD, she launched REACH Peer Support Services, LLC in 2021 to use her various experiences towards her passion, empowering families to heal with advocacy and non-judgmental support.
"I recognize that the BIPOC community struggles with insufficient access to resources and with feeling their individual needs are overlooked. As a Disabled Veteran, Caregiver, and Parent, I am passionate about providing advocacy, consulting, and collaboration with a nationwide network of providers dedicated to education and empowerment."
Our mission is to add value to the lives of the BIPOC community by finding resources for parents, the justice-involved, Caregivers, and their families. We specialize in helping those living with mental health diagnoses, learning difficulties, and family members with exceptional circumstances.
To become the premier organization supporting the BIPOC community, their families and organizations that do the same. We will expand to create an international network filling the gaps so that no adult, child, or family is ever left behind.