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974
American Indian Community Center
The American Indian Community Center provides comprehensive social and economic development services for American Indians and all racial groups in our community, encourages individual and family self-sufficiency, while protecting and preserving the cultures and traditions of Indian people. AICC services include: *Food bank; other basic needs; family services; early learning programs; individual and self-sufficiency programs; and adult and youth education. (Keywords: Basic Needs, Childcare)
Audience: Native American and all community members
Location:
American Indian Community Center
801 East 2nd, Suite 10
64
Spokane,
99202
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Schedule: Monday - Friday, 9am to 4:30pm
Cost: No cost
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency: American Indian Community Center
True
4
*Food bank zip code 99202 only. Updated 8/12
21
Arlington Community Resource Center
Resources and Services for families in need. WIC, in-person support, emergency food, housing help, spanish speaking. (Keywords: Basic Needs, Breastfeeding)
Audience: families in need in the Arlington Community
Location:
18308 Smokey Point Boulevard
272
Arlington,
98223
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Agency: Lutheran Community Services
True
4
1089
Atlantic Street Center
Mental health counseling; tutoring; anger management classes; support groups; positive recreational activities for teens; multicultural identity issues, kinship group, citizenship classes, english classes, parenting classes(Keywords: Adoption, Anger management)
Audience: African Americans or other people of color
Location:
2103 South Atlantic Street
352
Seattle (South),
98144
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Schedule: Mon thru Fri 9-5pm
Cost: Slight fee for some services
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
updated 2/17 Updated 8/16 Updated 8.15 Updated 5.12
1100
Atlantic Street Family Resource Center - Parenting Classes
Our four primary service areas are Early Learning, Youth Development, Family Support, and Counseling Services. This includes court approved parenting classes, support groups, baby resources and CPR/First Aid classes. All Atlantic Street Center services are free to participants. Currently updated by JazmynS@atlanticstreet.org Parenting support groups, Incredible Years,(Keywords: ADD, ADHD)
Audience: Community
Location:
5150 S Cloverdale Pl
45
Seattle,
98118
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Schedule: Mon and Fri 9-5, Tue and Thu 10-6
Cost: free
Childcare: Call
Registration: Call
Start Date:
Tiara Atkins
Agency:
True
4
387
Baby Boutique
Family Services\' Baby Boutique provides homeless families with children\'s essentials. Help make a difference by donating new or gently-used items.(Keywords: Clothing, Diapers)
Audience: Must have referral saying you have been homeless or in transitional housing in the last 6 months. Can shop once every 6 months.
Location:
Denny Center Building
1100 Virginia St. - Suite 211
45
Seattle,
98101
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Schedule: Tues-Fri 10am-3pm, 9:30-noon 4th Sat of the month
Cost:
Childcare: no
Registration: no
Start Date: ongoing
Agency: Wellspring Family Services
True
4
More directions: Located at the corner of Denny and Fairview, downtown Seattle. The Baby Boutique entrance is at the back of the building on Virginia St. Must have referral saying you have been homeless or in transitional housing in the last 6 months. Can shop once every 2 months. Must have new referral every time. Updated info 5/12
680
Baby Cupboard
Baby Cupboard is focused on providing nutritional support for families with infants and young children ages 0 to 2 years old. Diapers and clothing available also. Baby Cupboard is available at several other locations in Seattle.(Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: Families of infants and toddlers, 0 to 2 years
Location:
Solid Ground
FamilyWorks - 1501 North 45th St.
45
Seattle,
98103
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Schedule: Tues/12-2pm; Thurs/2pm-5pm; Fri/11am-1pm
Cost: NA
Childcare: No
Registration: NA
Start Date:
Ongoing
Ava Dowell
Agency: FamilyWorks
True
4
Serves zip codes 98103; 98115; 98107; & 98133 5/12
1248
Blue Mountain Action Council
Energy and food assistance; housing; home repairs; employment training and education.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Diapers)
Audience: Columbia, Garfield, and Walla Walla residents
Location:
Blue Mountain Action Council
1520 Kelly Place, Suite 140
83
Walla Walla,
99362
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Schedule: Mon - Thurs: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Fridays: 8:30
Cost: NA
Childcare: NA
Registration: NA
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Blue Mountain Action Council
True
4
Updated and verified 12/27/11 Updated 8/2015 NOTE: We are CLOSED daily from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m
2161
Buy Nothing
Buy Nothing. Give Freely. Share Creatively. Neighborhood facebook group to find or give unwanted household items for free. (Keywords: Clothing, Diapers)
Audience: anyone with anything to give away or looking for household items
Location:
neighborhoods in Seattle
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1412281792344818/
45
Seattle,
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True
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2167
Buy Nothing Project
Neighborhood/Household goods freely given and received. (Keywords: Clothing, Diapers)
Audience: residents of Des Moines
Location:
User\'s local neighborhood
77
Des Moines,
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Schedule:
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: Facebook account needed
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1577688459161866/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/639687452906638/
1311
Catholic Charities Childbirth and Parenting Assistance
Parenting classes; fatherhood program; doula mentors; New Parent Cafe; birth education; toddler playgroup; and more.(Keywords: Baby, Childbirth)
Audience: New & expectant parents and parents of young children.
Location:
Catholic Charities Walla Walla
408 W Poplar
83
Walla Walla,
99362
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Schedule: Mon thru Fri 9-5
Cost: Sliding Fee Scale
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Tim Meliah
Agency: Catholic Charities Spokane
True
4
Verified 12/27/11 Updated 8/2015
1696
Community Action Council - Lewis County
Our multi-purpose organization focuses on meeting the needs of low-income individuals and families through a variety of programs designed to help them become independent and more self-sufficient. The Council continues working collaboratively to develop strategies that address poverty in our communities.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Breastfeeding)
Audience: Families and individuals in need of assistance.
Location:
Community Action Council
409 North Tower
88
Centralia,
98531
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Schedule: Mon.-Fri./8am to 5pm
Cost: Free
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Services include: Food Distribution Housing Repair & Rehab Weatherization WIC Energy Assistance Affordable Housing Homelessness Prevention Family Support
1367
Community Action Partnership
Provides homeless & crisis childcare assistance; information/referral; children\'s services; housing & weatherization; senior services; housing; shelter.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Clothing)
Audience: Asotin County residents
Location:
Community Action Partnership
124 New 6th Street, Lewiston, ID 83501
109
Clarkston,
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost:
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Community Action Partnership
True
4
1760
Conscious Fathering
Identify your baby\'s basic needs and how to meet them, Learn new skills for you new role as \"dad,\" Build a solid and healthy relationship with your baby, Define and develop your own fathering style, Enjoying a fun and inspiring with other new dads! (Keywords: Baby, Childbirth)
Audience: Expectant Fathers and Fathers of Newborns
Location:
Hall Creek Office Park
6912 220th St SW - Suite 103
283
Mountlake Terrace,
98043
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Schedule: Thursdays 6:00 to 9:00PM
Cost: $50
Childcare: No
Registration: Yes call or website
Start Date: ongoing
1 time class
Kristin Tuttle
Agency: Parent Trust for Washington Children
True
1
2173
Covering Baby Bottoms Yakima Valley Diaper Bank
Covering Baby Bottoms is a diaper bank that works to provide baby basics to families struggling to provide for their babies. Our mission is to serve our community and supply needy infants and toddlers with diapers to keep them happy, healthy and dry. (Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience:
Location:
321 S 8th Street
330
Sunnyside,
98944
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True
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1623
Eastside Baby Corner
EBC is a non-profit organization working to improve the lives of thousands of children in East King County each year. EBC provides essential children's and maternity items , free of charge to families w/children birth to 12 years of age.(Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: King County families in need of basic assistance
Location:
Eastside Baby Corner Distribution Center
1510 NW Maple St. - mailing - P.O. Box 712
75
Issaquah,
98027
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Schedule: Donations - Mon, 7-8:30pm or Thurs, 9-11am
Cost: NA
Childcare: No
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency: Eastside Baby Corner
True
4
updated 2/14
1771
FamilyWorks Resource Center & Food Bank
Located in the Wallingford neighborhood, FamilyWorks provides a variety of services to support families. These include - *Parent/child Playgroups *Parenting Classes *Individual and Family Advocacy *Teen Parent Program *Single Parent Activities *Life Skills Development *Weekly WIC Nutritionist Appointments (Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: Families
Location:
FamilyWorks Resource Center
1501 N 45th St, Wallingford
353
Seattle (North),
98103
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Schedule: Mon/9:30-12pm; Tues-Thurs/9:30-5pm; Fri/9:30-1pm
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: Call for WIC appointments
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Family Works Resource Center
True
4
Updated 5/16
1303
Helpline - Walla Walla
Helpline services are available to any resident of Walla Walla County in need of emergency social services.While some resources are available only for those living within specific poverty guidelines, resource counseling and information are provided for anyone, regardless of income. There is no fee for Helpline services.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Clothing)
Audience: Walla Walla County residents
Location:
Helpline
1520 Kelly Place Suite 180
83
Walla Walla,
99362
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Schedule: Monday–Friday, 9am–11:45am, 1PM–3:45pm
Cost: None
Childcare:
Registration: No
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
All assistance is determined through one-on-one interviews in Helpline office. Verified 12/27/11 Updated 8/2015
2172
Inland NW Baby
Helping hands for children's basic needs(Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience:
Location:
PO Box 22
270
Spokane Valley,
99037
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Julie Sheldon
Agency:
True
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Distributes diapers, cloth diapers, disposable diapers, infant/toddler diapers
2171
Inland NW Baby
Helping hands for children's basic needs(Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience:
Location:
PO Box 22
270
Spokane Valley,
99037
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Julie Sheldon
Agency:
True
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Distributes diapers, cloth diapers, disposable diapers, infant/toddler diapers
1905
Kaleidoscope Play and Learn
Kaleidoscope Play & Learn groups are organized play groups for young children and the people who take care of them – grandparents, aunts, uncles, brothers and sisters, other family members, friends and parents. At Kaleidoscope Play & Learn, young children and their caregivers participate in fun, educational play activities and get to know other people in their neighborhood. Caregivers also learn more about child development and what they can do at home to support growth and early learning of the children in their care.(Keywords: Baby, Breastfeeding)
Audience: Children birth to 5 and their caregivers
Location:
Auburn Library
1102 Auburn Way South
347
Auburn,
98002
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Schedule: Mondays 10:30AM-12PM
Cost: No Fee
Childcare: NA
Registration:
Start Date: ongoing
ongoing
Agency: https://www.childcare.org/family-services/find-car
True
2
1257
KCR - Kitsap Community Resources
KCR services cover a wide range of needs that successfully achieve the ultimate goals of providing hope, opportunity, and self-sufficiency. Services include energy assistance; housing; food; WIC; parenting classes; kinship caregivers; weatherization; Head Start & early learning; community referral; assistance for seniors; veteran\'s assistance; employment & training; and financial education & asset building.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Clothing)
Audience: Kipsap County residents
Location:
Kitsap Community Resources
845 8th Street
72
Bremerton,
98337
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Schedule:
Cost: Free
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: KCR
True
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2039
KCR- Kinship Caregivers Support Services
This program provides peer support groups and financial assistance to grandparents and relatives raising children. (Keywords: Basic Needs, Childcare)
Audience: Relative caregivers
Location:
Kitsap Community Resources
1201 Park Avenue
72
Bremerton,
98337
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Schedule:
Cost: No fee
Childcare: No
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: KCR
True
4
Check website for current class times and availability!
1049
MultiCare Health System
Prenatal classes; Targets people after childbirth who are having problems including adjusting to parenthood, sleeping, anxiety, and / or depression; lactation services; mom and baby boutique.(Keywords: Baby, Breastfeeding)
Audience: People adjusting to issues related to childbirth
Location:
MultiCare Health Systems
Po Box 5299
63
Tacoma,
98415
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Schedule: Call 1-800- TG-Birth for schedule
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency:
True
0
1583
North Helpline
Provides emergency assistance for eviction prevention, utility shut-off, hygiene packs and transportation assistance for doctor appointments and employment. Financial Services and Warehouse Wednesday and Friday 8 am – 4 pm Thursday 8 am – 6:30 pm Saturday 8 am – 1 pm(Keywords: Basic Needs, Diapers)
Audience: Residents of zip codes-98125, 98133, 98155, 98177 & 98115
Location:
12707 30th Ave. NE
353
Seattle (North),
98165
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Schedule: Wed, Fri 8-4, Thurs 8-6:30, Sat 8-1
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
1832
North Whidbey Help House
Help House is a Supplemental/Emergency food bank. Our service area is northern Whidbey Island for Deception Pass to Bakken Road in Greenbank.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Clothing)
Audience: Individuals and families on North Whidbey Island.
Location:
Help House
1091 SE Hathaway Street
96
Oak Harbor,
98277
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Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm
Cost: Free
Childcare: No childcare provided
Registration: call for information
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing.
Agency: North Whidbey Help House
True
4
Help House is open Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri 8AM to 4PM and Tues 8AM to 5PM. The office is closed for the noon hour. Please bring photo ID. 4/14
1451
Opportunity Council-Community Resources
Energy assistance; homeless intervention; emergency family shelter; eviction prevention; home weatherization/rehab; child care resource/referral; food/nutrition programs; child care & support.(Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: Low income Community/Homeless
Location:
1791 NE 1st Ave
96
Oak Harbor,
98277
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost: Call for Information
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Call for information
Agency:
True
4
updated 4/18
1878
Parenting Classes in Spanaway - Resource Ctr for Bethel School DIstrict
The Bethel Family Center is a community based facility located on the campus of Challenger Secondary School that provides services and resources to Bethel families. The Family Center offers a clearinghouse of community resources, an emergency food bank, and hosts a variety of classes and services. WIC, public health nurse, parenting classes, support groups... (Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: Families in Bethel School District
Location:
B Street East, Bldg P - Spanaway
66
Puyallup,
98387
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Free
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Jill Palmer
Agency:
True
1
updated 10/15
20
Share the Love- Free Cloth Diapers for Low income Mothers
Free cloth diapers for families that qualify for WIC or TANF. Fill out an application on their website, have proof of ID and be A US resident. They will loan you a set of cloth diapers to return when your child is done with them. (Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: Low income Mothers
Location:
299
Yelm,
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True
4
Updated 4/16
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)
Audience: parents and caregivers pregnancy to 5 years old
Location:
United Way of Skagit County
831 South Burlington Blvd
251
Burlington,
98233
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True
2
934
Stanwood Camano Family Center
The Stanwood Camano Family Center operates multiple programs that benefit the community. These programs include the Davis Place Teen Center, youth and adult classes, emergency funds, a community garden, a mobile dental clinic, and services for people with disabilities.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Clothing)
Audience: Families and community
Location:
Stanwood Towne Center
9322 271st, Suite A-9 - PO Box 935
337
Stanwood,
98292
[map]
Schedule: Monday-Friday, 9am to 5:30pm
Cost: Call for Info
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: The Community Resources Foundation
True
4
Updated 1/2012 Updated 2/13 http://www.stanwoodcamanoresources.org/index.html
2175
The Other Bank
The Other Bank provides toiletries such as shampoo, toothpaste, toilet paper, diapers and feminine supplies to those in need. We also offer necessities of daily living such as dish soap, laundry detergent and hand soap.(Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: Community
Location:
YWCA-Olympia
220 Union Ave SE
69
Olympia,
98501
[map]
Schedule: Wednesdays from 1:00pm-3:30pm
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
Anyone may receive products from The Other Bank. Registering is a very simple process. Bring a photo ID and fill out the registration form and you are ready. Clients are allowed to receive items from The Other Bank six times per year. Volunteers pre-package items based on the number of residents in a household. When you arrive, you will be asked to fill out a supply list and a volunteer will collect items and assemble a package for you. updated 4/16
2176
Tri-Cities Diaper Bank
The Tri-Cities Diaper Bank is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that collects diapers through community diaper drives and partners with local agencies who distribute them to infants in need through established programs and guidelines. (Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience:
Location:
605 N Road 36
34
Pasco,
99301
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Agency:
True
4
1104
Wellspring Family Services
Mental health counseling; homeless support services; domestic violence intervention; parenting support for families with young children; and employee assistance program.(Keywords: Anger management, Basic Needs)
Audience: Families of children birth to six.
Location:
Wellspring Family Services
16150 NE 85th Street, #222
59
Redmond,
98052
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 9-5
Cost: Sliding fee scale
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: NA
NA
Agency: Wellspring Family Services
True
4
Updated 1/15
706
West Seattle Helpline
Offers help with housing, utilities, medical, clothing, transportation, food, household goods, education, and job training.(Keywords: Clothing, Diapers)
Audience: Families
Location:
354
Seattle (West),
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True
4
Updated 3/12
1852
WestSide Baby
A nonprofit charitable organization serving needy babies and children from birth through size 12 living in Seattle, West Seattle, White Center, and communities south to Federal Way. We collect new and used essential baby and child items from individuals and groups. Every item is examined, sorted and stored in our facility in White Center. A social service provider may request items needed by your clients' infants and young children. Then pick items up at WestSide Baby and deliver them to their clients.(Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: Families with infants and toddlers
Location:
10032 15th Ave SW
354
Seattle (West),
98146
[map]
Schedule: Mon & Wed 9-1 Sat 10-1
Cost: Free
Childcare: No
Registration: No.
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Verified 3/12 updated 4/09
2121
Whatcom County Basic Needs Resources - Opportunity Council
The Opportunity Council is a private, non-profit Community Action Agency serving homeless and low-income families and individuals. Our mission is to help people improve their lives through education, support, and direct assistance while advocating for just and equitable communities.(Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: families with needs/low income
Location:
Whatcom County
1111 Cornwall Ave
17
Bellingham,
98225
[map]
Schedule: Call for more information
Cost: Call for more information
Childcare:
Registration: Call for more information
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Opportunity Council
True
4
Updated 11/18
841
Yakima Valley Farmworkers - Lincoln Ave Medical-Dental Center
Services available at Lincoln Avenue Medical-Dental Center: Pediatric care Immunizations Sports physicals Prenatal/Postpartum care Labor and delivery Family planning Pediatric Dentistry WIC Nutrition Services(Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: Women & children in need of medical-dental care
Location:
YVF - Lincoln Avenue Medical-Dental Center
2205 West Lincoln Ave.
61
Yakima,
98902
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Schedule: See below for days & hours
Cost: Insurance; Healthy Options; Medicare
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for appointment
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: Yakima Valley Farm Workers
True
4
All services are by appointment only - Mon.-Fri./8am to 5pm Women's Health & Pedicatrics-(509)575-1234 ViewCrest Pediatric Dentistry-(509)575-3399 WIC-(509)249-8530 Updated 10/12
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)
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
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