Curious about your child’s development?
Questions about what to expect next? Looking for parenting resources in your community?
Parent Trust’s Family Wellness Program can help.
What is the Family Wellness Program?
The Program starts when your infant is 4 months old. During the first year of your child’s life you will receive:
- A series of developmental screenings to make sure your baby’s development is on track.
- Postpartum depression screenings
- Parent Coaching phone calls
What do these services cost?
Thanks to a generous grant from the Verdant Foundation, the Family Wellness Program is free of charge.
Do you provide these services in my area?
Families in the any of the following zip codes can enroll in the program.
If you are not in any of these zip codes, contact Marni at email@example.com for other screening options.
Where are the services located?
Screenings take place at Parent Trust’s Mountlake Terrace Classroom.
Hall Creek Office Park
6912 220th St SW,
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
How do I enroll my family?
Screenings are by appointment only. Please contact our program manager, Marni, at 206-233-0156 ext. 225 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include the following in your message:
Your full name
Your child’s full name
Your child’s date of birth
If your child was born 3 or more weeks early, by how many weeks?
Your preferred phone number
Your email address
Developmental Screenings: we use a screening system called “The Ages and Stages Questionnaire.” We will assess your baby’s developing communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving and personal/social skills. After each visit you will receive:
- The results of the screenings
- Activities to support your baby’s development
- Referral to community resources as needed
Postpartum Depression: we use a short questionnaire called the Edinburgh Post Natal Depression scale.
Free parent coaching and support: each developmental screening will be followed by a call from one of our Family Help Line coaches.
These calls will be an opportunity to discuss your child’s development, strengths, and any areas of concern. You will also receive parenting support and referrals to community resources as needed.