Reality Outreach Inc.

Building and Rebuilding Healthy Families & Communities

Anger Management Classes

Anger management is the process of learning to recognize signs that you're becoming angry, and taking action to calm down and deal with the situation in a positive way. Anger management doesn't try to keep you from feeling anger or encourage you to hold it in. Anger is a normal, healthy emotion when you know how to express it appropriately — anger management is about learning how to do this. You may learn anger management skills on your own, using books or other resources. But for many people, taking an anger management class or seeing a mental health professional is the most effective approach.

Recovery Coach

Coordinates and monitors services for consumer and family/support as outlined on the individual service plan developed. Works as a member of the team to assess strengths, needs and goals. Assist with outreach and coordination activities identified in the consumer and family/support service plan. Assists in the coordination of discharge plans. Ensures accurate communications, securing and identification of community resources and appointments and identification of barriers.

Parenting Coach

Parenting coach offers parents individualized support and stress reduction, parenting education and techniques, advocacy assistance, and referrals to  community resources. We encourage parents to build on their own strengths and learn positive ways of managing family stress. Parenting coaches are responsible to listen carefully and provide support, discuss child development and parenting information, provide referrals to appropriate community resources, maintain client confidentiality.

Men & Women's Wellness Support Group

Wellness is an active process through which people become aware of, and make choices toward, a more successful existence. This healthy balance of the mind, body, and spirit results in the overall feeling of well-being. Our wellness programs are designed to help achieve a state of well-being by providing services focused on the promotion or maintenance of good health rather than the correction or treatment of poor health.

Suited to Succeed Program

Suited for Success signifies tailoring one's attire, grooming, and overall appearance toward making a great first impression in a job interview -- as well as maintaining a professional look while on the job to aid career advancement.

Fellowship Community Dinner

Reality Outreach Inc, monthly provides a community dinner at the South Church 90 Main Street , New Britain CT. 06051 (Arch Street Entrance). If you would like to participate or donate, we would greatly appreciate your time and energy. please contact us at 1-877-267-6686 ext. 101 Rosa Hill or ext. 106 Pastor Bob Vonaa (Hope House Ministry).


We love the fellowship community dinners because they serve as a time to gather, meet peoples needs and love on people who need it, and make friends over delicious food. We enjoy bringing people together in a warm space and promoting relationships between people that may not have        otherwise met. Gather up some friends and family and we hope to see you there!

Diaper Bank

We have a diaper bank location in New Britain & Hartford covering the surrounding towns for expectant mothers in need. 25 diapers are given to each mother once a month or in an emergency. We also provide additional baby items as they are available.

Would You Like To Become A Chaplain?

What is a Chaplain?

Our instructor has years of counseling and training in the area of chaplaincy. 10 years of Pastoral Leadership. She has taught over 500 Chaplains in the areas of Prison, Hospital, Police, Grief and Hospice chaplaincy.

Chaplains hold a vital place within the pastoral ministry. They enter the lives of suffering people during times of serious emotional, physical, and spiritual crisis. They are caring caregivers that stand beside those who are suffering, offering prayer, encouragement, and spiritual direction. Often, this includes ministry to entire families. As such, chaplains have to be more than just well-meaning volunteers.

Qualified chaplains are deeply committed to Scriptural integrity. Whether in hospice care, hospitals, institutional correctional chaplaincy, in fire, police, and emergency roles or campus chaplaincy and nursing homes, HBI strives for excellence in supporting the special men and women intent on ministering God’s unfailing love to a hurting world.

Christian chaplains are caring men and women of God that demonstrate God’s love for a hurting world by sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The following job descriptions explain and show the wide variety of ways you can serve as a chaplain.

PUBLIC SAFETY CHAPLAINCY: … is a truly interesting and rewarding ministry. As a public safety chaplain, you would work within law enforcement agencies such as police, fire and sheriff’ departments.

HOSPICE CARE CHAPLAINS: … hospice care ministry is a very special chaplaincy. It is very important that Hospice Care Chaplains learn to develop their faith-based skills when working with those who are dying and their families. He/She should know how to effectively communicate with those who are dying as a Hospice Care Chaplain.

PRISON CHAPLAINS: … Prison chaplains need to have an ability to: (A) Provide references for the scriptural mandate for prison ministry. (B) Explain why believers should be involved in prison ministry. (C) Articulate the spiritual goals of jail and prison ministry. (D) Summarize what the Gospel has to offer prison inmates.

DISASTER RELIEF CHAPLAINS: … As a disaster relief chaplain it’s essential that you embody an ability to communicate through the use of proper training.

NURSING HOME CHAPLAINS: … Nursing home chaplaincy is a ministry working with elderly people who are often confused, depressed and in many cases dying. Nursing home chaplains have to be dedicated, understanding, and have the love of Christ in their hearts to reach out to those who are coming to the end of their lives.

DOMESTIC ABUSE CHAPLAIN: … needs a working knowledge of domestic violence skills training, in order to help members of their ministries, churches, and communities.


CONTACT OUR RECEPTIONIST @ 860-328-8849 FOR MORE INFORMATION & TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT!