Mental Health Outreach Program

The U District Partnership Connects Members of the Community to Mental Health Resources Through the REACH Program

The U District Business Improvement Area (UDBIA) and U District Partnership (UDP) partner with Evergreen Treatment Services to bring the REACH mental health outreach program to Seattle’s University District. REACH provides a full-time Outreach Care Coordinator dedicated who builds relationships with members of our community who need addiction and mental health services and connects them to services in the community.

The U District’s REACH Outreach Care Coordinator is David Delgado, a mental health professional who works one on one with individuals in our community who need services such as mental health treatment, substance abuse treatment, and housing. Delgado works collaboratively with local service providers, businesses, and UDP staff.

The REACH Program is an established service of Evergreen Treatment Services. REACH works with individuals experiencing behavioral health conditions to help them achieve stability and improve quality of life. Through outreach, engagement, and ongoing relationships, REACH focuses on reducing harm and supporting the healing of each of their clients. REACH bridges gaps and helps individuals access essential resources such as housing, health care, entitlements and treatment. The REACH program has a proven track record of success in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood.


REACH Program Sponsors

This program is possible thanks to the initial and ongoing work of several organizations and groups which have provided significant contributions of their own funds to launch the REACH Program in the U District – University District Rotary Club, Evergreen Treatment Services, and the City of Seattle.


Contact information

Our Clean and Safe Program manager, Marcus Johnson, oversees our social service outreach. If you have any questions, please email