Reach's main objective is to eliminate all natures of the poverty mindset and with eliminating this we, then know, that we could eliminate all aspects of violence, drugs usage/selling, emotional toll, teen pregnancies, etc. So what Reach does is that we research every negative thing that derives from the poverty mindset and we do our best to eliminate it. One of those things are growing up in a fatherless home. Based on our research we learned that compared to peers in two-parent homes, black children in single-parent households are more likely to engage in troublesome behavior, and perform poorly in school and Kids living in single-parent homes or in step-families report lower educational expectations on the part of their parents, less parental monitoring of school work, and less overall social supervision than children from intact families. There are many more statistics but these are ones that Reach plans to eliminate altogether.