The Vacaville Youth Round Table (YRT) serves as a clearinghouse and forum for discussions of community youth issues as well as a 'think tank" for research and development of programs that are operated by other entities, such as a City department, School District, or community-based organizations. Participants include representatives from the City of Vacaville, area school districts, County departments, local businesses, churches, and community-based health organizations.
The Vacaville Youth Roundtable will promote a healthy community by engaging all community members, organizations and leaders to develop, support and nurture positive assets in our youth.
The Vacaville Youth Roundtable envisions a diverse community in which all youth are provided the support they need for healthy development, and success.
Connecting youth to reliable resources for youth to learn new skills and gain confidence. To build leadership skills, and engaging youth in their communities, and building connections.
Meets the fourth Friday of each month at 7:30 a.m.
City Hall | 650 Merchant Street | Vacaville, CA 95688
707.449.1859 or email REACH@cityofvacaville.com
Academic support, structured fitness recreation and skilled-based enrichment activities.
Youth health & wellness provides middle and high school students up-to-date self-help support.
Educating youth about obtaining legal status, their rights, work permits, and visas to the United States.
Youth are encouraged to be involved through volunteer groups, community engagement, and civic activities.
Be apart of our mission to educate and inspire action for a more just and peaceful world.
Upcoming Schedule CONTACT REACH - 707.449.1859
To participate in REACH please register online or submit the following application at a REACH meeting. Students must submit an original application signed by a parent or guardian. You can also register online.Register Online English Application Spanish Application
"I wanted to make it easier for teens to access any information that they may need."
"I came from South Carolina to California. I never knew about leadership until I joined REACH."
"I am involved in my community, and I want to make it even better. We do different things big and small."
"I want teenagers to know facts for example going to tutoring or you might be bored and can go to this webpage. My favorite hobbies are soccer, Fortnite, I like to smile, and eat Oreos."
"I joined REACH on March of 2016. In reach I learned leadership qualities such as communication and how to be a good role model."
"I joined REACH because I would like people in my community of Vacaville to know things that they don’t know. I like to spend time with my family and my favorite police officer which is officer, Adame at school."
"A recent project we finished is the rocky hill trail we helped improve a bike trail to make it clean and safe."
"I joined REACH on October 2017 because I thought it was an awesome opportunity to help my community as well as help me be more confident and able to talk to adults and the public."
"The Vacaville REACH Coalition takes every opportunity to provide leadership and mentoring to youth."
The Vacaville REACH Youth Coalition is a community service organization made for youth. REACH is a part of the Vacaville Police Department, Youth Services Section.
The goal of REACH is to focus on improving youth safety in the community and increasing youth access to resources. We address issues that are important to youth such as improving the Rocky Hill Trail, bike trail clean ups, providing education on drugs and alcohol, and working in partnerships to put on Teen Summits and Policy Forums.
Meet Andrea, our Youth Services Section Program Coordinator!
I grew up in Vacaville, which makes me all the more excited to be a part of the Vacaville Police Department. I attended Padan Elementary, Vaca Peña, and Will C. Wood. I then went to Solano Community College and made my way to finish my undergrad at Sacramento State. For the past five years I have worked for the Parks and Recreation department with the City of Vacaville. Now, I am beyond excited to be a part of the Police Department.
Meet Michelle, our Youth Services Section Intern!
My name is Michelle Delgado, and I am the newest Student Intern hired by the department. I have lived in Vacaville my entire life, so I’m really excited to have this opportunity to give back. I expect to learn a lot during my internship here and I hope together we can accomplish great things! Currently I am an undergraduate student at UC Davis, entering my senior year. I am pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Psychology.
Meet Judith, our Youth Development Manager!
My name is Judith Franco. I’m the Youth Development Manager for youth programs within the Vacaville Police Department. I’m an animal lover and overall caring person. I grew up in Vacaville since the age of 12 which is why I love my community. I have a passion for working with young people and building them up. Being a mentor is what I strive to do. It was mentors that helped me get where I am now and I wish to continue to follow that legacy.