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1828
ALLY - Autism Living Life and You
A support group for parents and caregivers of children who are significantly impacted with autism. In this unique support group participants will share stories and support one another; address emotional needs and concerns; and provide an opportunity to build community.(Keywords: Autism, Counseling, Education, Father, Mother, Special Needs, Support, )
Audience: Parents and caregivers
Location:
Children\'s Hospital
353
Seattle (North),
[map]
Schedule: Last Thursday of the month
Cost: Free
Childcare: Yes
Registration: Required
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Lynn Vigo
Agency: Children\'s Hospital and Regional Medical Center
True
2
Meetings are held the last Thursday of the month from noon to 1:30 and from 6:30 to 8 p.m., at Seattle Children’s Autism Center. Limited child care is available for the evening meeting, $10 suggested donation. Updated 3/12
1358
ARC of Kitsap & Jefferson Counties
Advocacy/support services for individuals with developmental disabilities of all ages.(Keywords: Autism, Basic Needs, Counseling, Disability, Education, FAS, Respite, Special Needs, Stress, Support, )
Audience: Families of, and individuals w/developmental disabilities
Location:
ARC of Kitsap & Jefferson Counties
3243 Perry Ave
72
Bremerton,
98310
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: Varies
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Christopher J. Tibbs, executive director
Agency: ARC of Kitsap & Jefferson Counties
True
4
1827
Arc of Snohomish County
Advocacy/support services for individuals with developmental disabilities of all ages. Services include; monthly parent support group, educational advocacy, grant money; assistance in accessing government services.(Keywords: Autism, Counseling, Father, Housing, Special Needs, Support, )
Audience: Person with learning disabilities and their families, cargivers
Location:
The Arc of Snohomish County Offices
2500 Hewitt Ave Suite300 - Everett
68
Lynnwood,
[map]
Schedule: Monday - Friday/10am to 3pm
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: Call for information
Start Date:
Jamie Coonts
Agency: The Arc of Snohomish County
True
4
Programs include Parent-to-Parent; Sibling Support; Parent Family Coalition; Housing, Counseling, & Guidance; and Self-Advocacy. 3/14
942
Arc of Snohomish County
Advocacy/support services for individuals with developmental disabilities of all ages. Services include; monthly parent support group, educational advocacy, grant money; assistance in accessing government services.(Keywords: Autism, Counseling, Disability, Education, Housing, Special Needs, Support, )
Audience: Person with learning disabilities and their families, cargivers
Location:
Arc of Snohomish County
2500 Hewitt Ave., Suite300 - Everett
31
Monroe,
98201
[map]
Schedule: Monday - Friday/10am to 3pm
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Jame Coont
Agency:
True
4
Programs include Parent-to-Parent; Sibling Support; Parent Family Coalition; Housing, Counseling, and Guidance; and Self-Advocacy updated 3/14
360
Asperger & Autism Support Group
Informative support group that discusses and problem solves the many presentations of this disorder. The group also helps members appreciate gifts and struggles.(Keywords: Autism)
Audience:
Location:
FSC 6330 195th ST SW
68
Lynnwood,
[map]
Schedule: 7-8:30pm
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: 1st and 3rd Monday of the month
Agency: LCS Family Support Center
True
2
contact Pam Graham, cdickinson@lcsnw.org updated 3/14
2155
Aspiring Youth - social groups 8-19 yrs
Social Skills Groups for 8-19 yr old children on the Autism Spectrum to help young people develop the skills and confidence to feel more comfortable as they navigate the social world. (Keywords: Autism)
Audience: Children
Location:
Ryther
2400 NE 95th Street
45
Seattle,
98115
[map]
Schedule: various
Cost: variable
Childcare:
Registration: 206 517-0241
Start Date: ongoing
ongoing
Ben Wahl
Agency: RYTHER
True
2
627
Aspiring Youth Social Group
Our groups help young people develop the skills and confidence to feel more comfortable as they navigate the social world. Prioritizing each student\'s needs, we focus on social skills such as communication, friendship, understanding social nuances and other similar topics. Groups meet weekly and are 75 minutes in duration, with snacks provided. Groups run in 10 week cycles: fall, winter and spring. To help foster sustainable friendships, we offer free weekend \'social nights out\' such as game night and bowling night. Prospective students and parents attend a free enrollment meeting to learn more about the groups and to help us determine best fit. Must create free account on website to pre-register. (Keywords: ADHD, Autism, Mental Health, Special Needs, )
Audience: children 8-19 on the Autism Spectrum
Location:
5200 35th Ave. SW
354
Seattle (West),
98126
[map]
Schedule: varies by group
Cost: varies by group
Childcare: No
Registration: Must attend free Orientation
Start Date: ongoing
10 weeks
Agency: Ryther
True
2
updated 1/18 updated 12/08
657
Aspiring Youth Social Group
Our groups help young people develop the skills and confidence to feel more comfortable as they navigate the social world. Prioritizing each student\\\'s needs, we focus on social skills such as communication, friendship, understanding social nuances and other similar topics. Groups meet weekly and are 75 minutes in duration, with snacks provided. Groups run in 10 week cycles: fall, winter and spring. To help foster sustainable friendships, we offer free weekend \\\'social nights out\\\' such as game night and bowling night. Prospective students and parents attend a free enrollment meeting to learn more about the groups and to help us determine best fit. Must create free account on website to pre-register. (Keywords: ADHD, Autism, Mental Health, Special Needs, Teen, )
Audience: children 8-19 on the Autism Spectrum
Location:
contact Aspiring Youth
71
Bellevue,
[map]
Schedule: varies by group
Cost: varies by group
Childcare: No
Registration: Must attend free Orientation
Start Date: ongoing
75 minutes
Agency: Ryther
True
2
681
Aspiring Youth Social Group
Our groups help young people develop the skills and confidence to feel more comfortable as they navigate the social world. Prioritizing each student\'s needs, we focus on social skills such as communication, friendship, understanding social nuances and other similar topics. Groups meet weekly and are 75 minutes in duration, with snacks provided. Groups run in 10 week cycles: fall, winter and spring. To help foster sustainable friendships, we offer free weekend \'social nights out\' such as game night and bowling night. Prospective students and parents attend a free enrollment meeting to learn more about the groups and to help us determine best fit. Must create free account on website to pre-register. (Keywords: ADHD, Autism, Mental Health, Support, )
Audience: children 8-19 on the Autism Spectrum
Location:
7802 168th Ave NE
59
Redmond,
98052
[map]
Schedule: varies by group
Cost: varies by group
Childcare: no
Registration: Must attend free Orientation
Start Date: ongoing
10 weeks
Agency: Ryther
True
2
updated 1/18 updated 2/09
273
Aspiring Youth Social Group
Our groups help young people develop the skills and confidence to feel more comfortable as they navigate the social world. Prioritizing each student\\\'s needs, we focus on social skills such as communication, friendship, understanding social nuances and other similar topics. Groups meet weekly and are 75 minutes in duration, with snacks provided. Groups run in 10 week cycles: fall, winter and spring. To help foster sustainable friendships, we offer free weekend \\\'social nights out\\\' such as game night and bowling night. Prospective students and parents attend a free enrollment meeting to learn more about the groups and to help us determine best fit. Must create free account on website to pre-register. (Keywords: ADHD, Autism, Mental Health, Support, )
Audience: children 8-19 on the Autism Spectrum
Location:
308 4th Avenue S.
60
Kirkland,
98033
[map]
Schedule: varies by group
Cost: varies by group
Childcare: no
Registration: Must attend free Orientation
Start Date: ongoing
10 weeks
Agency: Ryther
True
2
updated 10/21 updated 1/18 updated 4/09
1265
Aspiring Youth Social Group
Our groups help young people develop the skills and confidence to feel more comfortable as they navigate the social world. Prioritizing each student\'s needs, we focus on social skills such as communication, friendship, understanding social nuances and other similar topics. Groups meet weekly and are 75 minutes in duration, with snacks provided. Groups run in 10 week cycles: fall, winter and spring. To help foster sustainable friendships, we offer free weekend \'social nights out\' such as game night and bowling night. Prospective students and parents attend a free enrollment meeting to learn more about the groups and to help us determine best fit. Must create free account on website to pre-register. (Keywords: ADHD, Autism, Mental Health, Support, )
Audience: children 8-19 on the Autism Spectrum
Location:
3801 Beacon Ave S
352
Seattle (South),
98108
[map]
Schedule: varies by group
Cost: varies by group
Childcare: no
Registration: Must attend free Orientation
Start Date: ongoing
10 weeks
Agency: Ryther
True
2
updated 1/18 updated 3/10
2156
Aspiring Youth Young Adult Transition Program
Provides services such as individual coaching, tutoring, vocational support and social groups for young adults ages 17-24 with Autism, Asperger\'s Syndrome, ADHD, learning disabilities and similar traits.(Keywords: ADHD, Autism, Special Needs, Teen, )
Audience: Young Adults
Location:
Ryther, and other surrounding areas
2400 NE 95th Street
45
Seattle,
98115
[map]
Schedule: various
Cost: variable
Childcare:
Registration: 206 517-0241
Start Date: ongoing
ongoing
Ben Wahl
Agency: RYTHER
True
2
1893
Autism Society of Washington
Provides monthly support meetings for parents and professionals who work with children with autism or pervasive developmental delays. Also provides information and referrals. (Keywords: Autism)
Audience: Children with autism
Location:
63
Tacoma,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Call for Information
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Christina Boutlette or Peggy Flom
Agency:
True
4
Verified 1/2012 updated 5/09
117
Autism Spectrum Disorder Parent Support Group
Meet with other parents of school aged kids with special needs to get information and support. Led by parents of special needs school aged kids. Childcare provided. Call to register.(Keywords: Autism)
Audience:
Location:
6330 195th St. SW
68
Lynnwood,
[map]
Schedule: 7-8:30 pm
Cost: Free call for info
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: 2nd Thursdays
Agency: Family Support of S. Snoh. County
True
2
3/14
257
Autism Support Group
support group for families with autism issues.(Keywords: Autism, Baby, Infant, Support, Teen, Toddler, )
Audience: any families with autism issues. parents and caregivers welcome!
Location:
Parent to Parent
2108 Caton Way SW
69
Olympia,
98502
[map]
Schedule: 1st Tuesday, 6-8pm call for info
Cost: none
Childcare: no
Registration: no, just drop in!
Start Date: currently running
ongoing
Agency: Parent to Parent
True
2
10/21 2/14
2164
Cares of Washington
Founded in 2003, Cares of Washington (Cares) provides high quality services to individuals living with disabilities and low incomes in the Puget Sound Region. We help employees with disabilities and low incomes to become self-sufficient; to contribute to the community through volunteering, working, and building lifelong connections. They benefit from increased independence and improved quality of life. We help employers increase their staff retention and stability. Cares serves adults with disabilities, as well as low- and very-low-income individuals who are unemployed, underemployed, or who face barriers to their continued employment.(Keywords: Autism, Disability, Father, Grandparent, Mother, Public Health, Support, )
Audience: Adults with disabilities and low-income who are unemployed
Location:
Puget Sound Region - King, Pierce, Kitsap, and Snohomish counties
1833 N. 105th St, Ste 3201
45
Seattle,
98133
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Wendy Ehr (King County)
Agency: Cares of Washington
True
4
Updated 2/2017
476
Cares of Washington
Founded in 2003, Cares of Washington (Cares) provides high quality services to individuals living with disabilities and low incomes in the Puget Sound Region. We help employees with disabilities and low incomes to become self-sufficient; to contribute to the community through volunteering, working, and building lifelong connections. They benefit from increased independence and improved quality of life. We help employers increase their staff retention and stability. Cares serves adults with disabilities, as well as low- and very-low-income individuals who are unemployed, underemployed, or who face barriers to their continued employment.(Keywords: Autism, Disability, Father, Grandparent, Mother, Public Health, Support, )
Audience: Adults with disabilities and low-income who are unemployed
Location:
Puget Sound Region - King, Pierce, Kitsap, and Snohomish counties
1501 Pacific Ave Ste B1
63
Tacoma,
98402
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Linda Mendiola (Pierce County)
Agency: Cares of Washington
True
4
Updated 3/2017
524
Cares of Washington
Founded in 2003, Cares of Washington (Cares) provides high quality services to individuals living with disabilities and low incomes in the Puget Sound Region. We help employees with disabilities and low incomes to become self-sufficient; to contribute to the community through volunteering, working, and building lifelong connections. They benefit from increased independence and improved quality of life. We help employers increase their staff retention and stability. Cares serves adults with disabilities, as well as low- and very-low-income individuals who are unemployed, underemployed, or who face barriers to their continued employment.(Keywords: Autism, Disability, Father, Grandparent, Mother, Public Health, Support, )
Audience: Adults with disabilities and low-income who are unemployed
Location:
Puget Sound Region - King, Pierce, Kitsap, and Snohomish counties
12
Everett,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Wendy Ehr (Snohomish County)
Agency: Cares of Washington
True
4
1867
Children's Institute for Learning Differences
The program's mission is to provide innovative school programs and therapies that promote social, emotional and academic development for children with special needs. Our goal is to help children with complex behavior and learning problems achieve success. We offers year-round school programs for children from 3-17 years of age and on-site occupational therapy and speech/language therapy, and counseling.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Counseling, Education, School, Teen, Toddler, )
Audience: Children 3-17 years with learning disabilities
Location:
2640 Benson Road South
67
Renton,
98055
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Varies
Childcare: No
Registration: Yes
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
updated 2/17
246
Children\'s Village
Developmental screening, resource coordination, pediatric, motor and speech therapies, mental health and dental services, early intervention, early childhood education, parenting classes & support, and pediatric specialty medical clinics.(Keywords: Autism, Baby, Counseling, Disability, Early Learning, Health, Infant, Latino, Spanish, Special Needs, Toddler, )
Audience: Families of children with special needs
Location:
Children\'s Village
3801 Kern Road
61
Yakima,
98902
[map]
Schedule: Call for individual programs
Cost: Depends on resources
Childcare: Yes
Registration: Yes
Start Date: Ongoing
Call for individual programs
Agency: Children\'s Village
True
4
2153
Cooper House
Therapy and developmental support for young children and their families. Cooper House offers clinical and consultation services, as well as the \"Fussy Baby Network.\"(Keywords: Autism, Baby, Early Learning, Father, Home Visit, Infant, Mother, Special Needs, Support, Toddler, )
Audience: Parents of infants and toddlers who are experiencing social and emotional troubles.
Location:
Cooper House
225 14th Ave. East
45
Seattle,
98112
[map]
Schedule: Call for info.
Cost: Call for info
Childcare: NA
Registration: Yes
Start Date: ongoing
ongoing
Agency: Cooper House
True
4
401
DadsMOVE Support Group
Tacoma Support Group Meeting When: 2nd Thursdays, 6pm – 8pm Where: Children’s Museum of Tacoma Welcome back! Our monthly support group meeting resumes tonight with our friends and families joining forces with Exceptional Families. See you soon. Parking is free on street after 6pm, adjacent lot is $6 (or free in marked museum spaces with museum member parking pass) Registration is required for childcare – www.exceptionalfamilies.org/sfps-tacoma.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Adoption, Anger management, Autism, Depression, Disability, Father, Foster Care, Fun, Grandfather, Infant, Mental Health, Playgroup, Post-Adoption, Respite, Special Needs, Step Parent, Stress, Support, Teen, Toddler, )
Audience: Dads
Location:
Tacoma Children\'s Museum
1501 Pacific Ave
63
Tacoma,
98402
[map]
Schedule: 2nd Thursday, 6-8 pm
Cost: $5 childcare deposit
Childcare: rsvp at website $5 deposit
Registration: email or rsvp childcare on website
Start Date: Ongoing
ongoing
Denise Walk
Agency: Exceptional Families Network
True
2
120
Developmental Bridge Program - special needs support
to support families of children with special needs who are not being served by Early Intervention or have not yet been screened by Child Find within the city of Seattle limits. Also for children whose family member has a disability(Keywords: Autism, Special Needs, Toddler, )
Audience: children 0-4
Location:
Boyer
1850 Boyer Ave E
45
Seattle,
98112
[map]
Schedule: appointment
Cost: FREE
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Aster Berhane
Agency: Seattle Dept of Education and Early Learning
True
4
1302
Encompass
Encompass provides traditional preschool and toddler programs that inspires discovery, creative expression and social problem-solving skills. We are accredited by NAEYC, offer low teacher to student ratios, family style meals, development & health screenings & social-emotional assessments. Also incorporates ECEAP. EARLY LEARNING Preschool Toddler Groups ParentChild+ Summer Camps PEDIATRIC THERAPY Birth to Three Early Intervention Clinic Therapy Services Behavioral Health FAMILY ENRICHMENT Groups Workshops and Sessions Parents’ Night Out EVENTS Calendar Autumn Gala Rise & Thrive Breakfast Take a Seat for Kids(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Abuse, Adoption, Anger management, Autism, Baby, Childcare, Counseling, Child Protective Services, Daycare, Disability, DSHS, Early Learning, Father, Foster Care, Fun, Grandfather, Grandmother, Grandparent, Health, Home Visit, Infant, Mental Health, Mother, Playgroup, P, )
Audience: children 0-8 yrs and their adults
Location:
1407 Boalch Ave. NW
74
North Bend,
98045
[map]
Schedule: varies
Cost: varies
Childcare: preschool and daycare
Registration: Yes
Start Date: varies
School year
Kristina Steffen
Agency: Encompass
True
4
449
Enigma ASD Services
Individualized goal oriented support designed for the transition to independence. Help with organization, financial skills, and nutritional skills. (Keywords: Autism, Education, Mental Health, Special Needs, )
Audience: ASD Community 16-35
Location:
4531 SW Webster
45
Seattle,
98136
[map]
Schedule: ongoing services
Cost:
Childcare: n/a
Registration: n/a
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
57
Great Rivers Regional Family Youth System Partner Round Table
Respite services and wraparound for families and children w/ special needs. Available with or without medicaid.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Father, Mother, Respite, Special Needs, Teen, )
Audience: Families with school-age special needs children
Location:
128
Longview,
[map]
Schedule: Third tuesday of every month, 4:30-6:00 pm
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Kari Goudge
Agency:
True
4
Also available in Aberdeen.
305
HI-FYVE (Family and Youth Voices for Empowerment)
Respite services and wraparound for families and children w/ special needs. Available with or without medicaid.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Father, Mother, Respite, Teen, )
Audience: Families with school-age special needs children
Location:
235
Lakewood,
[map]
Schedule: Fourth Monday of every month, 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Maria DePerro
Agency:
True
4
519
ICAN North Bellevue - Therapy and support
ICAN Eastside Children\\\'s Therapy clinic serves individuals in need of therapy due to congenital disability, developmental delay, trauma, disease, surgery or acquired neurological conditions. Our clinics collaborate with each other to provide a full range of specialized group programs including feeding therapy, handwriting and social skills.(Keywords: Adoption, Anger management, Autism, Depression, FAS, Home School, Mental Health, Playgroup, Special Needs, Support, Toddler, )
Audience: Special Needs children - including post-adoption
Location:
ICAN Bellevue North
13010 NE 20th St.
71
Bellevue,
98005
[map]
Schedule: varies
Cost: insurance
Childcare: no
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency: ICAN
True
4
updated 10/21
2061
ICAN South Bellevue - Therapy and support
ICAN Eastside Children\'s Therapy clinic serves individuals in need of therapy due to congenital disability, developmental delay, trauma, disease, surgery or acquired neurological conditions. Our clinics collaborate with each other to provide a full range of specialized group programs including feeding therapy, handwriting and social skills.(Keywords: Adoption, Anger management, Autism, Depression, FAS, Home School, Mental Health, Playgroup, Special Needs, Support, Toddler, )
Audience: Special Needs children - including post-adoption
Location:
ICAN Bellevue South
5150 Village Park Dr. SE
71
Bellevue,
98006
[map]
Schedule: varies
Cost: insurance
Childcare: no
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency: ICAN
True
4
Updated 10/21
1764
JBLM Cares Center - Autism
JBLM Children’s Autism Resource and Education Services (CARES) Center Children enrolled in TRICARE Prime and seen at a Madigan primary care clinic must receive a referral from his or her primary care manager if it has been determined that specialty needs treatment is required. Children and families seeking only community resources do not need a referral to be seen by the Armed Forces Community Service representatives at the CARES Center. Families PCSing in to JBLM with an already-diagnosed special needs child will NOT need to receive a referral from his or her Madigan primary care manager. Your child’s PCM will contact your previous provider at the losing installation to get the most current information, diagnoses and established treatment plans.(Keywords: Autism, Special Needs, Teen, Toddler, )
Audience: children on the autism spectrum in military families
Location:
Madigan
Bldg. 6993 Jackson Ave.
63
Tacoma,
98431
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: Jan 2017 grand opening
Agency:
True
4
added 7/16
2148
Kindering - Free Parenting Class
Building self esteem, effective communication, managing anger and stress, growth development, and behavior management. To register, email name, address, phone number to lois.ralph@kindering.org or call 425-653-4302 Call for current schedule(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Abuse, Adoption, Anger management, Autism, Early Learning, Father, Foster Care, Home Visit, Latino, Mental Health, Mother, Support, Toddler, )
Audience: Parents & caregivers of children 2-12 years
Location:
Kindering @ Bellevue
16120 NE 8th street
71
Bellevue,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: Free
Childcare: no
Registration: lois.ralph@kindering.org
Start Date:
Lois Ralph
Agency:
Website info: http://www.kindering.org/
True
1
206
Kindering Virtual Play Pass
Toddler/Preschool Therapeutic activity classes for ages 16-42 months through Kindering. Classes in English or Spanish or both. Monthly subscription to unlimited classes on topics like sensory snack time, communication circle, show and share, movement circle, circle and art and more. Includes newsletter and phone line access to a developmental specialist. Open to anyone via online live classes, $30/month subscription. Scholarships available.(Keywords: Autism, Early Learning, Father, Foster Care, Mother, Playgroup, Post-Adoption, Support, Toddler, )
Audience: parents and children 16-43 months
Location:
Kindering online
71
Bellevue,
[map]
Schedule: Monday - Friday
Cost: $30/mo
Childcare: na
Registration: https://kindering.org/virtual-play-pass-registrati
Start Date: Ongoing
ongoing
Agency: Kindering
True
1
602
Klicitat County Parent to Parent
This program provides emotional support and information to families of children with special needs and/or disabilities living within Klickitat County.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Disability, FAS, Respite, Stress, Support, )
Audience: Parents and caregivers of children w/disabilities and/or special needs.
Location:
Washington Gorge Action Programs
1250 E. Steuben St. - Bingen, WA
259
Stevenson,
98605
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: None
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency: Washington Gorge Action Programs
True
2
Updated and verified 1/2012
601
Klicitat County Parent to Parent
This program provides emotional support and information to families of children with special needs and/or disabilities living within Klickitat County.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Disability, FAS, Mental Health, Respite, Stress, Support, )
Audience: Parents and caregivers of children w/disabilities and/or special needs.
Location:
Washington Gorge Action Programs
1250 E. Steuben St. - Bingen, WA
190
White Salmon,
98605
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: None
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency: Washington Gorge Action Programs
True
4
Updated and verified 12/13/11
604
Klickitat County Parent to Parent
This program, services, and support are designed to assist individuals with development disabilities and their families to obtain services and support based on individual preferences, need and capabilities. The goal is to promote typical routines, relationships and activities common to most citizens in the community.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Disability, FAS, Respite, Stress, Support, )
Audience: Parents and caregivers of children w/disabilities and/or special needs.
Location:
Washington Gorge Action Programs
1250 East Steuben Street
188
Bingen,
98605
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: None
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Call for registration
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Washington Gorge Action Programs
True
2
603
Klickitat County Parent to Parent
This program provides emotional support and information to families of children with special needs and/or disabilities living within Klickitat County.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Disability, FAS, Respite, Stress, Support, )
Audience: Parents and caregivers of children w/disabilities and/or special needs.
Location:
Washington Gorge Action Programs
1250 E. Steuben St. - Bingen, WA
189
Goldendale,
98605
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: None
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency: Washington Gorge Action Programs
True
4
210
Living with Autism Group
These are sessions of group therapy for adults(Keywords: Autism, Counseling, Disability, Mental Health, Support, )
Audience: This group is primarily directed at adults living with Aspergers.
Location:
Group Health Cooperative South Building
125 16th Avenue East, room A4 (Capitol Hill)
45
Seattle,
98112
[map]
Schedule: Wednesdays, 6:30PM
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: yes
Start Date: Ongoing
Dr. Steve Becker
Agency: Aspergers NW
True
2
Currently on a break. Facilitator will re-engage when she returns. 4/12
556
Mosaic - Therapy and support (post-adoption support too)
MOSAIC Children\\\'s Therapy serves individuals in need of therapy due to congenital disability, developmental delay, trauma, disease, surgery or acquired neurological conditions. Social and support groups. Mental Health services through Blueprints.(Keywords: Adoption, Anger management, Autism, Counseling, Depression, Education, Mental Health, Post-Adoption, Special Needs, )
Audience: children with special needs
Location:
2111 N Northgate Way, Suite 101
353
Seattle (North),
98133
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: insurance
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
updated 5/16
339
Northeast Family Youth System Partner Round Table
Respite services and wraparound for families and children w/ special needs. Available with or without medicaid.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Father, Mother, Respite, Teen, )
Audience:
Location:
64
Spokane,
[map]
Schedule: First Thursday of every month, noon to 1:30 pm
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Becky Hamill
Agency:
True
4
219
Parent Child Interaction Training (PCIT)
Parent-Child Interaction Training / Therapy (PCIT) is a 14-plus-week intensive program to help parents and children who are experiencing significant disruptive behavior, including those with ADHD and who may be on the autism spectrum. It gives equal attention to the parent-child relationship and to parents' skills in behavior management. The program aims to increase positive feelings and interactions between parents and children, improve child behavior and empower parents to use consistent, predictable, effective parenting strategies. (Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Early Learning, Father, Mother, Special Needs, Stress, )
Audience: Parents of children 3 to 7 years who are exhibiting behavior problems
Location:
1407 Boalch Avenue NW
74
North Bend,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info.
Cost: Call for info
Childcare: NA
Registration: Yes
Start Date: Ongoing
10 to 12 weeks
Kerry Beymer
Agency: Encompass
True
1
Entered 11/14
1471
Parent to Parent
Support group for Downs & Autism parents; immunization; equipment loans; children with special needs; children's services.(Keywords: Autism, Disability, Health, Immunization, Support, )
Audience: Community
Location:
1012 Homann Drive
295
Lacey,
98503
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 9-4
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
updated 2/14
994
Parent to Parent - The Arc of Spokane
This program helps parents, guardians and other family members through a variety of educational workshops, support groups, and recreational events. In addition, our Helping Parents program matches new parents of a child with a disability to experienced parents who can provide seasoned advice or just a listening ear. (Keywords: Autism, Disability, Education, Father, Grandparent, Infant, Mother, Respite, Special Needs, Support, )
Audience: Families of children with disabilities
Location:
The Arc Community Center
320 E. 2nd Ave.
64
Spokane,
99202
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8:30-5
Cost: Varies
Childcare: None
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Helen Black
Agency: The Arc of Spokane
True
2
verified 2/12
906
Parent to Parent Support at Children's Village
The Parent to Parent program offers emotional support and information to families raising children with special health or developmental needs. In addition to parent support, the program offers sibling support, recreation and social opportunities, a newsletter, and disability awareness education through Kids on the Block puppets. (Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Baby, Disability, Early Learning, FAS, Health, Infant, Spanish, Special Needs, Stress, Support, )
Audience: Families raising children w/special health care and developmental needs.
Location:
Children's Village
3801 Kern Road
61
Yakima,
98902
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru 8-5
Cost: Call for Info
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Tracie Hoppis
Agency: Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital
True
4
Updated and verified 02/14
1802
Parents of Kids with Autism
A safe place to talk, laugh, and share your reality with others.(Keywords: Autism, Support, )
Audience: Parents of children with Autism
Location:
Call for locations
186
Woodinville,
[map]
Schedule: Wed. 7-9; Thurs. 12-2
Cost: Call for Information
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Call for registration
Start Date:
Beth Jenson
Agency:
True
2
updated 3/14
1263
PAVE
A parent directed organization, exists to increase independence, empowerment and future opportunities for consumers with special needs, their families and communities, through training, information, referral and support. Serves families who have a child, (from birth to 18), with a disability. Individualized support, group meetings, training, advocacy with schools.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Disability, Early Learning, Education, School, Support, )
Audience: Families of children with special needs.
Location:
Washington PAVE (Main Office)
6316 S. 12th St.
63
Tacoma,
98465-1900
[map]
Schedule: Mon. - Fri./ 9 to 5
Cost: None
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Michele Lehosky
Agency:
True
4
Updated and verified 12/1/11
300
PAVE special needs parent groups
A group for parents and caregivers of individuals with disabilities, or special healthcare or learning needs. This group is about laughter, sharing resources, support, and building community. (Keywords: Adoption, Autism, FAS, Father, Foster Care, Fun, Grandfather, Grandmother, Grandparent, Mental Health, Mother, Playgroup, Special Needs, Stress, Support, Teen, Toddler, )
Audience: parents and caregivers of individuals w disabilities
Location:
various locations in Pierce County
good samaritan hospital - 401 15th ave se
66
Puyallup,
98372
[map]
Schedule: see website
Cost: none
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
ongoing
Agency: PAVE
True
2
61
Pope\'s Kids Place
Pope’s Kids Place mission is to create healthier lives through innovative and professional care. We focus on children with special health care needs. Services we offer include: Early Learning Center Dental Care Respite Care (Keywords: Autism, Daycare, Disability, Early Learning, Health, Preschool, Respite, Special Needs, Stress, )
Audience: Families caring for children with disabilities and special health care needs
Location:
Pope\'s Kids Place Campus
230 Washington Way
88
Centralia,
98531
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Call for info
Childcare: NA
Registration: NA
Start Date:
Agency: Pope\'s Kids Place
True
4
1099
Preschool Seattle Childrens Playgarden - Special Needs Inclusive
Discover the Magic The PlayGarden offers a fully inclusive, nature- based preschool program for children ages 3-5 years. We believe that all children deserve a great start in life. Our staff has extensive experience with children of all abilities and is eager to share their love of the natural world with your child. (Keywords: ADHD, Autism, Childcare, Early Learning, Education, Playgroup, Preschool, School Readiness, Special Needs, Toddler, )
Audience: children ages 3-5 all abilities
Location:
1745 24th Ave South
45
Seattle,
98144
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency:
True
1
77
Seattle Childrens Playgarden INCLUSION classes for daycare childcare youth professionals
The Seattle Childrens PlayGarden in partnership with the Best Start for Kids Initiative is pleased to announce our 2019-2020 introductory and advanced inclusion workshop series, Say Yes! to Kids with Disabilities Friday November 15th, 8:30am-12:30am Friday November 22, 8:30am-12:30pm *Space is limited. Please register with the links. The Intro workshops will offer the same content. Please register for the workshop that works best for your scheduling. All participants are encouraged (though not required) to also register for the advanced workshop. Advanced Inclusion Workshop Friday February 7th, 2020, 8:30am-12:30pm After you register the event organizers will send you an email with a short questionnaire that will help us design the workshop with your specific organizational needs and questions in mind.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Abuse, Adoption, Anger management, Autism, Childcare, Child Protective Services, Daycare, Disability, DSHS, Early Learning, FAS, Health, Mental Health, Playgroup, Post-Adoption, Public Health, School, School Readiness, Stress, Support, SIDS, Toddler, )
Audience: those who work with children 0-18 and community spaces
Location:
Seattle Childrens Playgarden
1745 24th Ave S
45
Seattle,
98144
[map]
Schedule: 11/15 or 11/22 8:30-12:30 and 2/7/2020
Cost: Free
Childcare: no
Registration: link on website to eventbrite
Start Date: one day only
4 hours
Hannah
Agency: Seattle Childrens Play Garden
True
1
1794
Seattle Children\'s Theater
Seattle Children\'s Theater has gained a national reputation for presenting sophisticated, imaginative theater that entertains as well as educates. Literature, art, history, and science are all explored on our stages. Through the live theater experience, children are encouraged to read, develop critical and creative thinking skills, and be curious about the world around them. This non-profit organization\'s plays are catered to kid\'s interest. There are also special needs plays so various audiences may enjoy. A few of the upcoming plays for the season are: Into the West (February 23-March 19, 2017), Seedfolks (March 23-April 16, 2017), and Fire Station 7 (April 13-May 21, 2017).(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Father, Fun, Grandparent, Mother, Special Needs, Teen, Toddler, )
Audience: Children and families
Location:
Seattle Childrens Theatre
201 Thomas St
45
Seattle,
98109
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: Depends on ticket price
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
3
141
Seattle Community Care - special needs daycamp
We have two therapeutic day camp programs, offering three levels of staffing, depending on your child’s needs. We are located in West Seattle, and open during school holiday and summer breaks for children needing specialized care due to behavioral difficulties. Staffed transportation is available!(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Adoption, Anger management, Autism, Childcare, Daycare, Mental Health, Special Needs, Teen, )
Audience: special needs children ages 5-18
Location:
5424 Delridge Way SW
Suite A
354
Seattle (West),
98106
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: varies, accepts respite waivers/insurance
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Stephanie Englehart
Agency: Seattle Community Care
True
4
updated 7/16
371
Sendan Center
Child and adolescent mental and behavioral healthcare services through comprehensive, collaborative, evidence-based care. Sendan Center seeks to deliver services to clients where and when they need them by offering services in the office, in the home, in the school, and in the community, based on the needs, abilities, and resources of the client and family.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Counseling, Depression, Disability, Father, Health, Mental Health, Mother, Public Health, Special Needs, Support, )
Audience: children, adolescents, and families
Location:
Sendan Center
1616 Cornwall Avenue Suite 100
17
Bellingham,
98225
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
2
470
Skagit Bright Beginnings Parent Support
Nurse Family Partnership, Home visiting Parent Support warm line, Parents night out, Parent Support group at Brigid Collins, and more Skagit county family support information See website for programs in your community(Keywords: Adoption, Autism, Baby, Basic Needs, Breastfeeding, Childbirth, Childcare, Diapers, Early Learning, Education, Father, Foster Care, Home Visit, Infant, Latino, Mother, Nursing, Playgroup, Post-Adoption, Postpartum, Pregnancy, Preschool, Public Health, School Readiness, Spanish, S, )
Audience: parents and caregivers pregnancy to 5 years old
Location:
United Way of Skagit County
831 South Burlington Blvd
251
Burlington,
98233
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
2
747
Smooth Talkers Parent to Parent The Arc
Smooth Talkers East King County is a play group for children of all ages (and their families) who use technology to communicate. Kelly Keuhl, MA, CCC-SLP, Speech and Language Pathologist joins the group monthly to work directly with students and families to facilitate meaningful and substantive interactions with their peers, while allowing everyone the chance to learn while they play. (Keywords: Autism, Father, Mental Health, Mother, Relative, Respite, Special Needs, Step Parent, Teen, Toddler, )
Audience: children who use assistive devices to communicate (and family)
Location:
Aldersgate United Methodist Church
14230 SE Newport Way
71
Bellevue,
98006
[map]
Schedule: Saturday 1x/mo 10:30-11:30
Cost: RSVP
Childcare: children included
Registration: Jkim@arcofkingcounty.org
Start Date: 10/5, 11/23, 12/7
1 hr
Jae Kim
Agency: Arc of King County
True
2
677
South King Early Intervention Program (SKIP)
SKIP provides Early Intervention services for families of children ages birth to 3 with developmental delay or diagnosed disabilities including Down Syndrome, speech and language delays, motor delays, cerebral palsy, and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).(Keywords: Autism, Counseling, Disability, Early Learning, Infant, Special Needs, Support, Toddler, )
Audience: Family with disabled children
Location:
Kent
10811 SE Kent Kangley Rd
76
Kent,
98030
[map]
Schedule: Ongoing
Cost: Medicaid and family insurance
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Linda Thompson, Program Director
Agency: South King Early Intervention Program
True
4
Updated 2/14
160
Southeast Family Youth System Partner Round Table
Respite services and wraparound for families and children w/ special needs. Available with or without medicaid.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Father, Mother, Respite, Teen, )
Audience: Families with school-age special needs children
Location:
26
Kennewick,
[map]
Schedule: Second Thursday of every month, 4 to 6 pm
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Sarah Gillard
Agency:
True
4
338
Southwest Family Youth System Partner Round Table
Respite services and wraparound for families and children w/ special needs. Available with or without medicaid.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Father, Mother, Respite, Teen, )
Audience: Families with school-age special needs children
Location:
46
Vancouver,
[map]
Schedule: Third Monday of every month, 4 to 6 pm
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Sam Lewis
Agency:
True
4
538
Special Needs Summer Day Camp PlayGarden
Summer Camp The PlayGarden offers a fully inclusive nature based summer camp experience for children ages 1-18. Summer Camp The PlayGarden\'s mission is to provide children of all abilities a safe, accessible and adventurous place to play (Keywords: ADHD, Autism, Childcare, Disability, Playgroup, Special Needs, )
Audience: children ages 1-18
Location:
Seattle Children\'s Playgarden
1745 24th Ave South
45
Seattle,
98144
[map]
Schedule: June 22 - Aug 28 2015
Cost: (Scholarships Available)
Childcare:
Registration: registration required
Start Date: June - ongoing
August 27
Agency: Seattle Children\'s Playgarden
True
4
108
Special Saturday Club
This club serves children with disabilities 2-12 and their normally developing siblings 2-10. Each Saturday Club is staffed by two adult program managers and 4-6 teens who have been trained by Camp Fire\'s Special Sitter Training to care for kids with disabilities. Special Saturday Club is intended to provide a respite for parents. We are located at two elementary schools, two community centers, and one YMCA. Please call for more information.(Keywords: Autism, Childcare, Disability, Playgroup, Respite, Stress, Support, )
Audience:
Location:
Seattle
45
Seattle,
[map]
Schedule: 1st-3rd Sat., 10am-3pm
Cost: Sliding Scale
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: Camp Fire Boys & Girls
True
2
Call for more information
1424
Strong Families/Familias Fuertes - Central WA Comprehensive Mental Health
13-session parenting program offered free in both English. The program addresses the needs of all parents: stepparents, grandparents, single parents, foster parents, and other adults who have children in their life.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Abuse, Autism, Baby, Child Protective Services, Education, Father, Grandparent, Infant, Latino, Mother, Neglect, Stress, Substance Abuse, Support, )
Audience: Families with children birth to 12 years
Location:
Children's Village
3801 Kern Road
61
Yakima,
98902
[map]
Schedule: Call for information
Cost: Free
Childcare: no
Registration: Required
Start Date: 2/4/15
call for info
Agency: Central Washington Comprehensive Mental Health
True
4
This class meets court standards. Updated 02/15
347
System of Care Partnership
Respite services and wraparound for families and children w/ special needs. Available with or without medicaid.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Father, Mother, Respite, Teen, )
Audience: Families with school-age special needs children
Location:
215
Shelton,
[map]
Schedule: Fourth Friday of every month, 10 am to noon
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Donna Obermeyer
Agency:
True
4
464
System of Care Partnership
Respite services and wraparound for families and children w/ special needs. Available with or without medicaid. for foster families too(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Father, Mother, Respite, Teen, )
Audience: Families with school-age special needs children
Location:
69
Olympia,
[map]
Schedule: Fourth Friday of every month, 10 am to noon
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Donna Obermeyer
Agency:
True
4
1098
Tacoma Learning Center/ Tacoma Community College Campus
PACE ( Parents with Autistic Children Education) provides children with Autistic Spectrum disorder and their families a comprehensive treatment program that places a primary emphasis on teaching cognitive, social, self-help and communication skills; Occupational and speech therapy; parent education and support; preschool.(Keywords: Autism, Education, Preschool, Support, )
Audience: Parents with Autistic Children
Location:
Tacoma Learning Center/ Tacoma Community College Campus
6316 South 12th Street
63
Tacoma,
98465-1900
[map]
Schedule: call for info
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: Call for information
Agency:
True
4
Verified 1/2012
1826
The Arc of Snohomish County
The Arc advocates for the rights of citizens with developmental disabilities. They also provide assistance and education to families to promote greater self-reliance and advocacy skills. The Arc is designed to foster inclusion and self-advocacy among its members with developmental disabilities. (Keywords: Autism, Disability, FAS, Father, Infant, Special Needs, Support, Teen, Toddler, )
Audience: Families of children with special needs.
Location:
The Arc of Snohomish County Offices
2500 Hewitt Ave., Suite 300
12
Everett,
98201
[map]
Schedule: Monday - Friday/10am to 3pm
Cost: None
Childcare:
Registration: Call for information
Start Date:
Jamie Coonts
Agency:
True
4
Programs include self-advocacy; housing, counseling, & guidance; sibling and parent support; family advocacy; social and educational activities. 2/14
1618
The ARC of the Tri-Cities
Services, support, and advocacy for people with developmental disabilities. (Keywords: Autism, Baby, Disability, Infant, Preschool, Special Needs, Toddler, )
Audience: People with disabilities & their families
Location:
The ARC of the Tri-Cities
761 Williams Blvd.
113
Richland,
99352
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8-5
Cost: Call for Info
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Linda Lively
Agency: The ARC of the Tri-Cities
True
4
updated 1/15
647
therapist - post-adoption
I have advanced certification in Adoption and Foster Care Therapy and additional certification in Attachment Therapy. I am a provider for Adoption Support and DSHS for children in the foster care system or adopted from the foster care system.(Keywords: Adoption, Autism, Counseling, Mental Health, Post-Adoption, )
Audience: Adoptive and foster care families
Location:
Bainbridge Psychotherapy
355 Ericksen Ave - Ste 413
100
Bainbridge Island,
98110
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: insurance or client pay/DSHS
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Linnea C. Lauer
Agency:
True
4
1955
therapist - post-adoption (IEPs)
Mayda offers support and education by teaching parents to provide more structure and routine and have consistent and realistic expectations while gaining a solid understanding of their child’s developmental needs and diagnosis. Mayda possesses a unique combination of expertise with 14 years as a special education teacher and her clinical degree and experience. Because of this expertise, she is extraordinarily equipped to consult with and coach parents in navigating and negotiating the educational system on behalf of their children. She can educate and assist parents with Individualized Educational Plans (IEP’s); 504 plans; educational testing and the results and advocacy in behalf of children. In her work as an educator, Mayda has worked with children and families brought together by domestic and international adoption as well as kinship adoption. She has had the opportunity to work with families of many cultures and configurations. Mayda also provides Educational Consulting Services and Parent Education/Coaching Services. (Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Adoption, Autism, Counseling, Education, Foster Care, Mental Health, Post-Adoption, Special Needs, )
Audience: Adoptive and foster care families and kinship
Location:
31811 Pac Hwy S - B-183
79
Federal Way,
98003
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: insurance or client pay
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Madeleine “Mayda” F. Taney
Agency:
True
4
copy and paste url to visit Mayda\'s website
896
University of Washington Autism Center
Parent Education Series on Autism.(Keywords: Autism, Disability, Special Needs, )
Audience: Parents with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Location:
University of Washington
45
Seattle,
98004
[map]
Schedule: Ongoing
Cost: Yes
Childcare: No
Registration:
Start Date:
16 weeks
Agency:
True
4
463
Vancouver Children's Therapy Center (VCTC)
Children’s Center offers specialized outpatient mental health counseling and psychiatric services for children and adolescents. We believe that successful treatment occurs through the strength of the therapeutic alliance with the child and family. Our treatment approach concerns itself with solutions; it is both positive and non-judgmental. Our approach is collaborative in nature and focuses on family strengths. Our therapists work toward achieving positive outcomes identified by the family by building on those strengths.(Keywords: Abuse, Autism, Counseling, Child Protective Services, Disability, FAS, Mental Health, Preschool, Sexual Assault, Special Needs, Stress, Teen, )
Audience: Children with mental health needs in Clark Co.
Location:
Children's Center
13500 SE 7th Street,
46
Vancouver,
98683
[map]
Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8AM to 7PM
Cost: Varies
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for appointment
Start Date: ongoing
ongoing
Agency: Children's Center
True
4
Updated and verified 1/3/12 Updated 8/15 Note: The Children's Center accepts Medicaid and some private insurance.
1215
WISe wraparound
CCS provides wraparound services for children and youth with multiple and complex needs in Whatcom and Skagit counties. A child/youth’s history and needs, as well the family’s interest in participating, are taken into consideration when deciding whether our wraparound program offers the appropriate level of care. The wraparound process is intended to achieve positive outcomes by providing a structured, creative and individualized team planning process with youth, family and natural supports as key members of the team. The program is voluntary and each enrolled family is assigned a Care Coordinator who supports the team process. An assigned Family Support Partner represents the parent perspective and serves as parent support and advocate. Youth Partners are available for older youth to engage them in their own treatment. An assigned therapist works closely with youth, their families, and the entire wraparound team. Wraparound services adhere to certain defining principles, such as youth-guided, family-centered, strengths-based and culturally relevant.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Abuse, Adoption, Anger management, Autism, Counseling, Child Protective Services, Depression, Disability, Father, Foster Care, Health, Home Visit, Mental Health, Mother, Post-Adoption, Recovery, School, Step Parent, Stress, Support, Teen, )
Audience: Families of school age children in need of intensive family services
Location:
in-home
17
Bellingham,
[map]
Schedule: varies
Cost: none
Childcare: includes children
Registration: call
Start Date: Ongoing
1-2 years
Martha Liljegren
Agency: Catholic Community Services
True
4
163
WISe wraparound Skagit County
CCS provides wraparound services for children and youth with multiple and complex needs in Whatcom and Skagit counties. A child/youth’s history and needs, as well the family’s interest in participating, are taken into consideration when deciding whether our wraparound program offers the appropriate level of care. The wraparound process is intended to achieve positive outcomes by providing a structured, creative and individualized team planning process with youth, family and natural supports as key members of the team. The program is voluntary and each enrolled family is assigned a Care Coordinator who supports the team process. An assigned Family Support Partner represents the parent perspective and serves as parent support and advocate. Youth Partners are available for older youth to engage them in their own treatment. An assigned therapist works closely with youth, their families, and the entire wraparound team. Wraparound services adhere to certain defining principles, such as youth-guided, family-centered, strengths-based and culturally relevant.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Abuse, Adoption, Anger management, Autism, Counseling, Child Protective Services, Depression, Disability, Early Learning, Education, Father, Fun, Home Visit, Mental Health, Mother, Post-Adoption, School, Special Needs, Step Parent, Stress, Support, Teen, )
Audience: Families of school age children in need of intensive family services
Location:
in-home
256
Mount Vernon,
[map]
Schedule: varies
Cost: none
Childcare: includes children
Registration: call for intake
Start Date: Ongoing
1-2 years
Dawn Scott
Agency: Stanwood- Camano Community Resource Center
True
4
722
Wraparound Programs - Lutheran Community Services
Family Support Program for families with school-aged children through 3 Rivers Wrap or WiSe to help a family gain improved access to resources and support and self-advocacy(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Anger management, Autism, Counseling, Depression, Father, Home Visit, Mental Health, Mother, Special Needs, )
Audience: Families with school aged children
Location:
Lutheran Community Services
34
Pasco,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency: Lutheran Community Services
True
4
updated 1/18
272
Wraparound Programs - Lutheran Community Services
Family Support Program for families with school-aged children through 3 Rivers Wrap or WiSe to help a family gain improved access to resources and support and self-advocacy(Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Anger management, Autism, Counseling, Depression, Father, Home Visit, Mental Health, Mother, Special Needs, )
Audience: Families with school aged children
Location:
Lutheran Community Services
3321 W Kennewick Ave, Ste 150
26
Kennewick,
99336
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Sharon Gentry
Agency: Lutheran Community Services
True
4
updated 7/15
828
Yakima Valley Farmworkers - PARENTING CLASSES - Yakima Medical-Dental Clinic
This is the main YVFWC for pediatric and family services. Medical services (509)248-3334 (by appointment): Mon.-Fri./8am to 8pm; & Sat./9am to 4pm Dental services (509)248-1083 (by appointment): Mon.-Fri./7am to 6pm Pharmacy (509)452-8325: Mon.-Fri./8am to 6pm WIC (509)248-8602 (by appointment): Mon.-Fri./8am to 5pm Medical Services available at Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic, Yakima: Diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illness Pediatric care Immunizations Sports physicals Prenatal/Postpartum care Labor and delivery Family planning After-hours care Mental health services Social services Health education Additional Services: Dental services Medical laboratory Pharmacy Radiology and WIC nutrition program(Keywords: Autism, Basic Needs, Breastfeeding, Counseling, Diapers, Disability, Gay, Health, Immunization, Infant, Latino, Mental Health, Nursing, Playgroup, Public Health, Spanish, Stress, Support, )
Audience: Community in need of medical-dental services
Location:
YVF Medical-Dental Clinic
602 East Nob Hill Blvd.
61
Yakima,
98901
[map]
Schedule: see program description for days/hours
Cost: Insurance; Healthy Options; Medicare
Childcare: yes for parenting classes
Registration: Call for appointment
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: Yakima Valley Farm Workers
True
4
2183
Youth Wrap Around Program Skagit County
A child/youth’s history and needs, as well the family’s interest in participating, are taken into consideration when deciding whether one of our wraparound programs offers the appropriate level of care. The wraparound process is intended to achieve positive outcomes by providing a structured, creative and individualized team planning process with youth, family and natural supports as key members of the team. The program is voluntary and each enrolled family is assigned a Facilitator who supports the team process. An assigned Family Support Partner represents the parent perspective and serves as parent support and advocate. Wraparound services adhere to certain defining principles, such as youth-guided, family-centered, strengths-based and culturally relevant. Access to Intensive Wraparound requires an assigned Division of Child and Family Services (DSHS) caseworker and prior DCFS/DSHS authorization. A referral from a mental health professional or authorized school personnel is required. VOA does the intake to begin the process of assigning a Wraparound team after a referral is submitted. (Keywords: ADD, ADHD, Abuse, Adoption, Anger management, Autism, Counseling, Child Protective Services, Domestic Violence, DSHS, Father, Foster Care, Home Visit, Mental Health, Mother, Neglect, Special Needs, Support, Teen, Toddler, )
Audience: families at risk with children and youth
Location:
call VOA to set up. varies. home visits.
251
Burlington,
98233
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: medicaid
Childcare: no
Registration:
Start Date:
Volunteers of America
Agency: Volunteers of America
True
4