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1358
ARC of Kitsap & Jefferson Counties
Advocacy/support services for individuals with developmental disabilities of all ages.(Keywords: Autism, Basic Needs)
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
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)
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
1728
Area Agency on Aging
Personal care/chore services; health maintenance; health promotion; social day care; information/referral; case management.(Keywords: Disability, Health)
Audience: Senior Citizens & People with disabilities
Location:
3603 Mud Bay Road Suite A
69
Olympia,
98502
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
updated 4/16
2074
Banchero Friends Services
Banchero Friends Services empowers adults with developmental disabilities so that they may realize their potential, achieve their goals and be active contributing members in their communities. Together we promote equitable civil rights. (Keywords: Disability, Special Needs)
Audience: Adults with developmental disabilities
Location:
Banchero Friends Services
2335 North 196th Pl #O-104
65
Shoreline,
98133
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
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Agency: Banchero Friends Services
True
4
verified 2/12
1326
Bellingham Senior Center and Services
Senior services; Meals-on-Wheels; events; activities; disabilities.(Keywords: Disability, Food)
Audience: Senior Citizens
Location:
315 Halleck St.,
17
Bellingham,
98225
[map]
Schedule: Monday thru. Friday 8-4:30
Cost: Free
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
2135
Benton Franklin Community Action Committee
The mission of Benton Franklin Community Action Committee is to empower families and individuals to improve their quality of life through the promotion of greater self-sufficiency. (Keywords: Basic Needs, Childcare)
Audience: Columbia Basin residents
Location:
Benton Franklin Community Action Committee Administration
710 West Court St.
113
Richland,
99301
[map]
Schedule: Call for hours
Cost: Free
Childcare: NA
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: Benton Franklin Community Action Committee
True
4
All info up to date 1/15
1465
Blue Mountain Counseling
Family, child & individual counseling; substance abuse; crisis intervention; emergency referrals; DDD; generic counseling.(Keywords: Counseling, Disability)
Audience: Community
Location:
221 East Washington Ave.
120
Dayton,
99328
[map]
Schedule: Mon thur Thur 8:30-5 Fri 8:30-4:30
Cost: Sliding fee scale
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
187
C.H.A.D.D.Support Groups
This support group is for adults or parents/caregivers of children with ADD/ADHD.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD)
Audience: Adults or parents/caregivers of children with ADD/ADHD.
Location:
Sound Mental Health Building
1600 E. Olive Street
45
Seattle,
98122
[map]
Schedule: email for info
Cost: Free
Childcare: NA
Registration: NA
Start Date: Monthly
Ongoing
Jennifer Gallegos
Agency: C.H.A.D.D.
True
2
1462
Camano Senior Services
Meals-on-Wheels; transportation services; case management; COPES.(Keywords: Disability, Food)
Audience: Senior Citizens & People with disabilities
Location:
606 Arrowhead Road
336
Camano,
98282
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost: Sliding fee scale
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
1812
Camp Fire Central Puget Sound
We inspire and enable youth of all backgrounds and abilities to discover their spark, value the natural world, and become tomorrow’s leaders, today(Keywords: Disability, Fun)
Audience: Children of all abilities and ages, and families
Location:
14500 Camp Sealth Rd
338
Vashon,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
1810
Camp Fire Saturday Club
Camp Fire understands that parents of children who have disabilities need time away from the demands of parenting. Saturday Club provides recreation for children of abilities, encouraging children in interactive and noncompetitive play. Each session is staffed by an adult program manager and 2-4 teens trained in Special Sitters Program to care for kids with special need.(Keywords: Disability, Fun)
Audience: Children with disabilities ages 4-12.
Location:
Olympic View Elementary
504 NE 95th Street
353
Seattle (North),
[map]
Schedule: Saturdays 10am-3pm & 4-9pm
Cost: $35
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Verified 3/12 Children will make arts and crafts, listen to stories, take field trips and have fun. updated 2/09
1811
Camp Fire Saturday Club-South Seattle
Camp Fire understands that parents of children who have disabilities need time away from the demands of parenting. Saturday Club provides recreation for children of all abilities, encouraging children in interactive and noncompetitive play, both independently and as part of a group. Saturday Club services children with disabilities ages 4-12. (Keywords: Disability, Fun)
Audience: Children with disabilities ages 4-12.
Location:
Olympic View Elementary
504 NE 95th Street
45
Seattle,
[map]
Schedule: Saturdays 10am-3pm
Cost: $35 for first kid, $17 for each additional
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Updated 3./12 Children with make arts and crafts, listen to stories, take field trips and have fun. Each 5-hour session is only $35 for the first child and $17.50 for each additional sibling. A $20 annual membership fee is required for each academic school year.
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)
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:
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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)
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:
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Ongoing
Wendy Ehr (Snohomish County)
Agency: Cares of Washington
True
4
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)
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
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Ongoing
Wendy Ehr (King County)
Agency: Cares of Washington
True
4
Updated 2/2017
1305
Catholic Community Services
Counseling; chore services for seniors/disabled.(Keywords: Counseling, Disability)
Audience: General public
Location:
2552 Colorado Street
128
Longview,
98632
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: Fees vary
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
updated 2/14
816
Catholic Family & Child Service
Counseling/mental health; disability; family;parenting education; child care resource & referral; parent support; and senior & youth services.(Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: Columbia Basin families
Location:
Catholic Family And Child Service
2139 VanGiesen
113
Richland,
99354
[map]
Schedule: Monday thru Friday 8-5:30
Cost: Sliding fee scale
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: Catholic Family and Child Service
True
4
Updated 1/15
753
CHADD Blue Mountain Support Group
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder Support groups for adults and parents of children with ADD/ADHD. Information, referral and advocacy.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD)
Audience: Adults and children diagnosed with ADD & ADHD
Location:
Banner Bank Lobby
1 East Alder Street
83
Walla Walla,
[map]
Schedule: Email for info
Cost: NA
Childcare: No
Registration: No
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Andy and Ashley Gross
Agency: CHADD
True
2
Updated and verified 12/27/11 Updated 2/13 Updated 8/15 CHADD National website: http://www.chadd.org/
1511
Child and Family Studies Center - Clark College
Parent education; GED testing; adult literacy program; disability support; child care.(Keywords: Childcare, Disability)
Audience: Community
Location:
1933 Fort Vancouver Way
46
Vancouver,
98663
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost: Varies
Childcare: Yes
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
updated-unable to find much info 4/16 Verified 1/3/2012
1497
Children and Family Service - DSHS
Crisis intervention and follow up for runaways and families with teens in crisis; child protection services; child welfare services; adoption and foster care services; multiple services for developmentally disabled.(Keywords: Adoption, Child Protective Services)
Audience: Youth and their families
Location:
805 South Mission
119
Wenatchee,
98801
[map]
Schedule: Mon thur Fri 8-5
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Verified 12/13/11
1523
Children' Center
We serve children, youth and families through comprehensive community-based mental health services. (Keywords: ADHD, Counseling)
Audience: Community
Location:
The Children's Center
13500 SE 7th Street
46
Vancouver,
98683
[map]
Schedule: Mon.-Fri./8AM to 7PM
Cost: Medicaid, Medicare, insurances
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency: The Children's Center
True
4
updated 1/09 Updated 8/15 Updated 2/17
1614
Children's Developmental Center
Early intervention services for parents/families of children birth-3 years old. The mission of the Children's Developmental Center is to provide early intervention services to infants and toddlers with developmental delays by empowering families and assisting children to reach their full potential.(Keywords: Baby, Disability)
Audience: Children 0-3 and their families
Location:
Children's Developmental Center
1549 Georgia Ave SE
113
Richland,
99352
[map]
Schedule: Mon thur Fri 7-4:30
Cost: Free
Childcare: Yes
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Jonna Hansmeier
Agency: Children's Developmental Center
True
4
all info up to date 1/15
1356
Children's Therapy Center (CTC)
Provides quality therapy services for infants, children & adolescents ages 0-21. Therapists work with children in individual, co-treatment and/or small group therapy sessions. Children are referred with a variety of disabilities including cerebral palsy, Downs syndrome, cancer, MD, blindness, deafness, autism, speech, language, & feeding disorders.(Keywords: Disability, Infant)
Audience: Children with disabilities
Location:
10811 SE Kent Kangley Road
76
Kent,
98132
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Call for Information
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
updated 2/14
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)
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
1246
Clark County Community Services
Alcohol & drug treatment; community health; developmental disabilities; housing reservation & weatherization; mental health; veterans relief fund; youth program.(Keywords: Disability, Housing)
Audience: Low-Income Communiity
Location:
1601 East 4th Plain Boulevard Suite C214
46
Vancouver,
98661
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
4/16 Verified 1/3/2012
1478
Columbia Legal Services
Civil legal aid assistance for custody/visitation; public benefits; farm worker employment; seniors/disabled.(Keywords: Disability, Grandparent)
Audience: Community
Location:
300 Okanogan Ave Suite 2A
119
Wenatchee,
98801
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost: Varies
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
Updated and verified 12/13/11
1322
Columbia Legal Services (CLS)
Civil legal services for low income families. *First time callers should call CLEAR intake for referral services. Columbia Legal Services (CLS) is a nonprofit law firm that protects and defends the legal and human rights of low-income people. *CLEAR: 1-888-201-1014/Weekdays 9:10AM to 12:25PM http://nwjustice.org/get-legal-help(Keywords: Adoption, Childcare)
Audience: People and organizations in WA State who have no other legal assistance available to them.
Location:
Columbia Legal Services
6 South Second Street - Larson Building, Suite 600
61
Yakima,
98901
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 9-5
Cost: Call for Information
Childcare: NA
Registration: NA
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: Columbia Legal Services
True
4
Updated and verified 1/14
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
894
Community Health Care - Downtown Clinic
Community Health Care is a private, non-profit organization providing accessible and comprehensive primary medical and dental care through a clinic system that includes five medical and two dental clinics. In addition care is also provided through a Women's Health Clinic.(Keywords: Breastfeeding, Childbirth)
Audience: Anyone seeking medical/ dental care
Location:
Community Health Care - Downtown Clinic
1102 South I Street
63
Tacoma,
98405
[map]
Schedule: M-F 8:00 to 4:30
Cost: Most insurance; Medicare; and Medicaid
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for appointment
Start Date: NA
ongoing
Agency: Community Health Care
True
4
Updated 1/2012 Women's Health Clinic - 253-597-4163 Eastside Clinic - 253-471-4553 Lakewood Clinic - 253-589-7030 Parkland Clinic - 253-536-5327 Updated 9/11
1874
Community Health Care - Parkland Clinic
Community Health Care is a private, non-profit organization providing accessible and comprehensive primary medical and dental care through a clinic system that includes five medical and two dental clinics. In addition care is also provided through a Women's Health Clinic.(Keywords: Breastfeeding, Childbirth)
Audience:
Location:
Parkland Family Medical Clinic
11225 Pacific Avenue
63
Tacoma,
98444
[map]
Schedule: Mon.-Fri./8am to 5pm
Cost: Most insurance; Medicare; and Medicaid
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for appointment
Start Date:
Agency: Community Health Care
True
4
1/2012 verified Downtown Clinic – 253-536-5327 Women's Health Clinic - 253-597-4163 Eastside Clinic - 253-471-4553 Lakewood Clinic - 253-589-7030 Parkland Clinic - 253-536-5327 Updated 9/11
1345
Community Service Office (CSO/DSHS)
Food stamps; children\'s services; disability; emergency help; foster parenting; medical care; child support.(Keywords: Disability, DSHS)
Audience: Community
Location:
4710 Auto Center Blvd.
72
Bremerton,
98312
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 7:30-5
Cost: Free
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
1399
Community Service Office (DSHS)
For seniors; functionally disabled; abused, neglected, exploited & abandoned vulnerable adults. Provide functional & nursing assessments; residential care case management.(Keywords: Abuse, Disability)
Audience: Community
Location:
1620 South Pioneer Way
150
Moses Lake,
98837
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
updated 3/14
1375
Council on Aging & Human Services
Service seniors, disabled persons & low income; transportation; meals thru home delivery; case management & respite care; commodities for low income.(Keywords: Disability, Food)
Audience: Seniors and low income community
Location:
PO Box 107
309
Colfax,
99111
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8-4:30
Cost: Free
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
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)
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
858
Department of Services for the Blind
Independent living skills training; consultancy to families with children who are blind.(Keywords: Counseling, Disability)
Audience: People of all ages who are blind or have low vision.
Location:
Services for the Blind - Yakima office
1712 South 16th Ave.
61
Yakima,
98902
[map]
Schedule: Monday thru Friday 8am - 5pm
Cost: None
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: Washington State Dept. of Services for the Blind
True
4
Updated 1/14
859
Developmental Disabilities
Respite care; attendant; Medicaid personal care; residential/vocational support for adults in the community; referrals to funded agencies.(Keywords: Disability, Education)
Audience: Developmentally/Physically disabled children/adults
Location:
500 North Morain #2102
26
Kennewick,
99336
[map]
Schedule: Monday thru Friday 8am - 5pm
Cost: FREE
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
10/21 can\'t confirm the number, it\'s past midnight
1079
Division of Developmental Disabilities/DSHS
Case management; family, residential, vocational services; community connections; early childhood development for persons with a permanent disability, under state eligibility laws, prior to age 18.(Keywords: Disability, Support)
Audience: Person with learning disabilities and their families, cargivers
Location:
900 east College Way Suite 110
256
Mount Vernon,
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8-5
Cost: Free.
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
4/14
1594
Drexel House- Emergency Housing
Drexel House provides a continuum of housing care in a safe environment that fosters respect and dignity, with an emergency shelter for 16 men, 25 low-income affording furnished studio apartments for men and women transitioning into permanent housing, and 10 permanent low-income affordable furnished studio apartments for chronically homeless and disabled men and women. At Drexel House, we serve homeless men and women who are the poorest and most vulnerable, living on the streets, in forests, and in abandoned buildings and cars. Case management, referrals, transportation and supportive services are provided on-site. (Keywords: Clothing, Counseling)
Audience: Low Income Community
Location:
604 Devoe St. SE
69
Olympia,
98501
[map]
Schedule: Mon thur Fri 9-5
Cost: Free
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Updated 4/16
1706
DSHS - Community Service Office
Eligibility determination for people who are applying for financial, medical, of food assistance. Investigates complaints of abuse, neglect or exploitation; foster home placement; adoptions; information/referrals.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Childcare)
Audience: Families in need of basic assistance
Location:
DSHS - CSO #36
416 East Main
83
Walla Walla,
99362
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: NA
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency: DSHS
True
4
Updated and verified 12/27/11 Updated 8/2015
1625
DSHS - Long Beach
Drug and alcohol treatment; medical; financial; food stamps; children and family services; services to the aging; services for the disabled.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Disability)
Audience: Low Income Community
Location:
2601 North Pacific Highway
212
Long Beach,
98631
[map]
Schedule: Mon thur Fri 8-5
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
updated 2/14
986
East Central Community Center
Recreation activities for family; before/after school activities for youth; basketball/ tutor; crafts summer sports; USDA free lunch; senior center developmentally disabled program; parenting classes; youth drug prevention programs.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Disability)
Audience: Community
Location:
East Central Spokane Community Center
500 South Stone
64
Spokane,
99202
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8-5
Cost: Call for Info
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Updated 11/13
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)
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
697
EnTrust Community Services
EnTrust Community Services (formerly Provident Horizon Group) is committed to enriching the lives of people with disabilities by promoting creative employment, education, and health options that foster integration into their communities.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Disability)
Audience: Educators, Families & Community groups
Location:
EnTrust Community Services
1510 South 36th Avenue - P.O. Box 9727
61
Yakima,
98909
[map]
Schedule: Monday-Friday, 9am to 5pm
Cost: NA
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: EnTrust Community Services
True
4
Services include Adult Day Health Center; assistance and training for clients and employers. Updated 1/14
661
Experimental Education Unit
This program is designed for birth-to-three year old children with disabilities to help parents understand and meet the child\'s needs on a day to day basis. There is a center based program.(Keywords: Disability, Infant)
Audience: Children 0-3 with disabilities
Location:
University of Washington
353
Seattle (North),
98195
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Free
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Updated 3/12
1664
Families Together
Program for children with disabilities and their families; weekend enrichment so parents can gain information and support; help for siblings and disabled child; Parent to Parent Support Group-Parents share concerns, ideas, resources, support, friendship.(Keywords: Disability, Education)
Audience: Children with disabilities and their families
Location:
213 C Smith Gym, WSU
87
Pullman,
99163
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri time varies
Cost: Free
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
updated 8/14
1851
FASt Friends - A FASD Family and Community Support Network
Started as a Parent/Caregiver meet-up in November of 2019, our Tacoma/Puyallup Group officially started in January. Volunteer ran and peer-led, all of our support groups are open to families or caregivers to individuals who have been diagnosed with or are suspected of being impacted by FASD’s as well as to adults impacted by FASD’s. Our groups are respectful of and open to birth mothers. There is no fee to attend. We will be looking at changing the meeting time in April to accommodate more attendees. Sign-up and let us know what time and date works best for you.(Keywords: Adoption, Baby)
Audience: Families of those affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Location:
Puyallup Public Library Board Room
324 South Meridian - Puyallup
63
Tacoma,
98371
[map]
Schedule: Saturdays 1-2:30
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration: sign up https://www.nofaswa.org/support
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: NOFAS Washington State
True
2
1033
Grant County Health
Crisis services 24/7; counseling/mental health; adult developmental disabilities; family, couple, individual therapy; medicine management; intake/assessment; victims services; youth services.(Keywords: Counseling, Disability)
Audience: Community
Location:
840 East Plum
150
Moses Lake,
98823
[map]
Schedule: Mon, Wed, Fri 8-5; Tues, Thru 8-6
Cost: Call for Info
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
3/14
1012
Grant County Health District
HIV/AIDS testing/counseling; public health agency; birth/death certificates; food handler cards; children with special healthcare need.(Keywords: Disability, Public Health)
Audience: Community
Location:
1038 W. Ivy Suite 1
150
Moses Lake,
98837
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8-5
Cost: Call for Info
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
1005
Grant Mental Health Care
Counseling/mental health; crisis services 24/7; adult developmental disabilities; family services; victim services; youth services. New Hope DV services.(Keywords: Counseling, Disability)
Audience: Community Families/Snohomish County
Location:
840 East Plum
150
Moses Lake,
98837
[map]
Schedule: Mon, Wed, Fri 8-5; Tues, Thru 8-6
Cost: Call for Info
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
3/14
1006
Grant Mental Health Care
Crisis services 24/7; counseling/mental health; adult developmental disabilities; family services; victim service; youth services. New Hope DV services.(Keywords: Counseling, Disability)
Audience: Community
Location:
203 South Central Ave.
151
Quincy,
98848
[map]
Schedule: Mon, Wed, Fri 8-5; Tues, Thru 8-6
Cost: Call for Info
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
Updated URL 1/15
1735
Health Care - Grand Coulee
Crisis counseling; mental health; adult development disabilities; domestic violence services; adolescent counseling; case management.(Keywords: Counseling, Disability)
Audience: Community
Location:
322 Fourtuyn Road
146
Grand Coulee,
99133
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8-5
Cost: Sliding fee scale
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
updated 2/14
1772
Hearing, Speech and Deafness Center
Serving the deaf and hard of hearing of all ages with a full range of audiology, speech therapy, assistive listening and signaling devices, parent/infant program, deaf education and deaf services. No fees and no restrictions.(Keywords: Disability, Support)
Audience: Deaf/Hard of hearing parents and children
Location:
1625 19th Ave
45
Seattle,
98122
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: No fee
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
All data the same 4/12.
1773
Hearing, Speech and Deafness Center
Serving the deaf and hard of hearing of all ages with a full range of audiology, speech therapy, assistive listening and signaling devices, parent/infant program, deaf education and deaf services. No fees and no restrictions.(Keywords: Disability, Support)
Audience: Deaf/Hard of hearing parents and children
Location:
47th Park Place Building
3516 South 47th Street, Suite 200
63
Tacoma,
98409
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: No fee
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Verified 1/2012
1774
Hearing, Speech and Deafness Center
Serving the deaf and hard of hearing of all ages with a full range of audiology, speech therapy, assistive listening and signaling devices, parent/infant program, deaf education and deaf services. No fees and no restrictions.(Keywords: Disability, Education)
Audience: Deaf/Hard of hearing parents and children
Location:
Crown Plaza Bldg.
114 West Magnolia Street Suite 106
17
Bellingham,
98225
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: No fee
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
1346
Helpline House
Food bank; clothing; medical equipment; crisis counseling; counseling help for developmentally disabled; job search support; legal clinic.(Keywords: Clothing, Disability)
Audience: Community
Location:
282 Knectchel Way NE
100
Bainbridge Island,
98110
[map]
Schedule: Mon-Fri Office: 9-5pm Foodbank 9:30-4pm
Cost:
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Call for more information
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
1359
Holly Ridge Center
Infant Toddler Program: Early intervention services to children with special needs and their families; Adult Employment Services: Employment opportunities in the community with vocational trainers; Early Learning Center Playgroups: Playgroups are designed to provide an environment where all children learn through positive play.(Keywords: Disability, Grandmother)
Audience: Families and special needs children
Location:
5112 NW Taylor Road
72
Bremerton,
98312
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Call for Information
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
1023
Home & Community Services (DSHS)
Residential care; case management; in-home personal care/chore services (intake); residential placement (nursing home, assisted living, adult residential care and adult family home); Adult Protective Services (APS). Seniors, functionally disabled, abused, neglected, exploited or abandoned vulnerable adults.(Keywords: Abuse, Disability)
Audience: Community
Location:
1620 South Pioneer Way
150
Moses Lake,
98337
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
3/14
860
Infant Toddler Early Intervention Program
Family resource coordination to assist families to access services/programs that will enhance the development of their child. One on one emotional support information & community resources.(Keywords: Baby, Disability)
Audience: Children 0-3 years old with special needs
Location:
The ARC of the Tri-Cities
761 Williams Blvd.
113
Richland,
99352
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Linda Lively
Agency: The ARC of the Tri-Cities
True
4
Updated 1/15
1071
Infant/Toddler Early Intervention Services
Serves parents and families of a child age birth - 3, with concerns about how he/she is developing; children birth - 3 with developmental delays or disabilities(Keywords: Disability, Early Learning)
Audience: Families with children 0-3
Location:
PO Box 45201
69
Olympia,
98041
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8-4
Cost: Free.
Childcare: Call for info
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Kate 4/16 waiting to hear back if still active updated 5/14
1516
Innovative Services NW
Therapy clinic and a children's center for children with disabilities; Child care for community.(Keywords: Disability, Early Learning)
Audience: Families of children with special needs.
Location:
Mary Firstenburg Family Center
9414 NE 4th Plain Road
46
Vancouver,
98662
[map]
Schedule: Weekdays
Cost: Varies
Childcare: Yes
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Updated and verified 1/3/12
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)
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
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)
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
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)
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
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)
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
1584
Lake City Food Bank - health screenings, baby cupboard
Not only provides food but has a baby cupboard, transportation assistance, and a nurse who does free blood pressure and health screenings. The food bank is open Saturday for the disabled from 9:30-11:30 am and general public 12-2 pm.(Keywords: Disability, Food)
Audience: Community
Location:
12707 30th Ave. NE
353
Seattle (North),
98165
[map]
Schedule: Sat.9:30-11:30am & 12-2pm
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
793
Learning Disabilities Association of WA
Persons with learning disabilities or attention deficit disorder; parents, teachers, caseworkers, or employees. Provides education; advocacy; support classes; tutors; community education workshops.(Keywords: ADD, Disability)
Audience: Person with learning disabilities and their families
Location:
16315 NE 87th -Suite B-4
59
Redmond,
98052
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Call for Info
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
updated 1/15
291
Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center
Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center provides therapeutic horseback riding to children and adults with disabilities who live in the Puget Sound area. Little Bit's riders typically participate once or twice per week in one of the programs. Currently we offer five programs, Sports Riding, Hippotherapy, Developmental Model, Vaulting, and the Multiple Sclerosis group. (Keywords: Disability, Education)
Audience:
Location:
19802 N.E. 148th Street
186
Woodinville,
98077
[map]
Schedule: Monday-Saturdays
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration: call to register
Start Date: There is a waiting list.
Four ten-week quarters annually
Agency: Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center
True
4
An initial interview and assessment is required. Verified 3/14
210
Living with Autism Group
These are sessions of group therapy for adults(Keywords: Autism, Counseling)
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
834
Lutheran Social Services
Programs include Home Helper (long term home care), Meals on Wheels (must be homebound), Senior Companion Program (pairs seniors w/ seniors) counseling services; domestic violence services, foster care /adoption info & senior media services. Sliding scale fee.(Keywords: Adoption, Counseling)
Audience: Seniors, People looking to adopt or become a foster parent
Location:
Lutheran Community Services
223 N. Yakima Ave.
63
Tacoma,
98403
[map]
Schedule: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm M-F
Cost: Sliding scale
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency: Lutheran Social Services
True
4
Verified 1/2012
633
Mother\'s Circle
A community of women raising children 0-6years with special needs-- sharing emotional support, promoting advocacy, and creating solutions. We welcome all mothers of children with special needs to join us for lively conversation, good humor, and emotional support in the company of other women who truly understand the unique struggles and celebrations.(Keywords: Baby, Disability)
Audience: Mothers of children with special needs/0-6 years
Location:
Kindering Center
16120 NE 8th
71
Bellevue,
98008
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: Call for more information
Roseanne Carter
Agency: Kindering Center
True
2
1895
Muscular Dystrophy Association
Through the association clinics it provides diagnosis and treatment. Orthopedic equipment and other medical supplies are furnished upon request of physician. Repair of equipment, as well as medical and theraputic counseling services, are available to patients and families.(Keywords: Disability, Special Needs)
Audience: Children with MD
Location:
633 North Mildred, Suite D
63
Tacoma,
98406
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Call for Information
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
National. Verified 1/2012.
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
[map]
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
879
Parent Support Group - Special Needs Families
Date: 2nd Thursday of each month Time: 6pm to 8pm Where: Children\'s Museum of Tacoma 1501 Pacific Ave, Tacoma Parking: free on street after 6pm, adjacent lot is $6 (or free in marked museum spaces with museum member parking pass) Childcare requires $5 deposit (Keywords: ADD, ADHD)
Audience: families with special needs children
Location:
Children\'s museum of Tacoma
1501 Pacific Ave
63
Tacoma,
98402
[map]
Schedule: 2nd Thursday, 6-8 pm
Cost: No
Childcare: rsvp at website $5 deposit
Registration: email specialfamiliespac@gmail.com
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Denise Walk
Agency: Wyatt Holliday Found dba Exceptional Families
True
2
1471
Parent to Parent
Support group for Downs & Autism parents; immunization; equipment loans; children with special needs; children's services.(Keywords: Autism, Disability)
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)
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
1729
Parent to Parent Support
Birth to Three early intervention service coordination for the south sound. 1:1 parent matches with trained mentoring parents. Emotional support for parents of children with special needs. Information and community resources. Social support, support groups and educational groups. Book, toy and equipment loan program. Sibling support and information on transitions.(Keywords: Disability, Support)
Audience: Family with disabled children
Location:
South Sound Parent to Parent
1012 Homann Drive SE
295
Lacey,
98503
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8-5
Cost: Free
Childcare: Call for info
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Kim Smith
Agency: South Sound Parent to Parent
True
4
updated 4/16
1580
Parent to Parent Support
Serves families who have children with disabilities. Telephone support and information to parents of children with disabilities; spanish speaking families.(Keywords: Disability, Spanish)
Audience: Children with disabilities and their families
Location:
Telephone support only
288
Colville,
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost: No
Childcare: No
Registration: No
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
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)
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
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)
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
1360
Pierce County Parent Coalition for Developmental Disabilities
Parent information; education; networking; advocacy.(Keywords: Disability, Education)
Audience: Person with disabilities and their families
Location:
3611 South D Street Suite A
63
Tacoma,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
0
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)
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
1702
Reliable Enerprises
Support, resource, referral for families of children with special needs; home visits; ST, OT, PT; vocational assessment; support services.(Keywords: Disability, Education)
Audience: Persons with disabilities/special needs
Location:
203 West Reynolds Ave
195
Chehalis,
98531
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Free
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
1192
Rod's House
Rod's House Drop-In Center for Homeless Youth is a project of the Homeless Youth Workgroup of Yakima County.Rod's House provides meals, laundry and shower facilities, clothing and personal hygiene supplies, and computer access along with referrals to education options, health care, employment, and social services.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Clothing)
Audience: Homeless youth in Yakima County
Location:
Rod's House
204 South Naches Ave.
61
Yakima,
98901
[map]
Schedule: Call for hours
Cost: None
Childcare: NA
Registration: No
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Yakima Homeless Network
True
4
Verified and updated 02/14
1010
Safechoice/ Domestic Violence
Domestic violence/sexual assault; sexual minorities advocacy; counseling/support groups; shelter; pre-school for homeless children; domestic violence/sexual assault support group for deaf women.(Keywords: Disability, Domestic Violence)
Audience: Women and children
Location:
46
Vancouver,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency: YWCA Clark County
True
4
Updated and verified 1/3/12
2047
San Juan Island Family Resource Center
The San Juan Island Family Resource Center is a community facility offering programs and services, as well as resources and referrals, designed to build on the strengths and capacities of our island families.(Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: San Juan Island famlies
Location:
San Juan Family Resource Center
476 Market Street
249
Friday Harbor,
98250
[map]
Schedule: Call for Information
Cost: None
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for Details
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing.
Agency: San Juan Family Resource Center
True
4
Updated 11/09 updated 11/2014
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)
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
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)
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
1060
Skagit Preschool and Resource Center
Education; preschool; speech/physical therapy; social services; parent education/involvement;referral to evaluation/assessment service; parent support for parents/families of a child 0-3 years with concerns developmental delays/disabilities.(Keywords: Disability, Infant)
Audience: Community
Location:
320 Pacific Pl
256
Mount Vernon,
98273
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8-4
Cost: Free.
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
4/14
732
Skagit/Island Head Start & Early Head Start
Head Start is a free, comprehensive child development program for pregnant moms and/or children birth to five years of age from low-income families. Skagit/Islands Head Start provides a safe, healthy, nurturing environment so that each family, child, and staff member may reach their potential within the community.(Keywords: Disability, Early Learning)
Audience: Children birth to 5 years
Location:
Skagit/Island Head Start
320 Pacific Pl.
256
Mount Vernon,
98273
[map]
Schedule: Call for information
Cost: None
Childcare:
Registration: Yes
Start Date: Ongoing
One Time
Sarah Werling
Agency: Skagit Community College
True
4
Updated 10/09 updated 7/12 Updated 11/14 Updated 10/21
598
Skamania County Infant & Toddler Early Intervention Program
This program provides services for children with disabilities, ages birth to three and their families. Services to eligible children are designed to meet developmental needs based on their Individual Family Service Plan.(Keywords: Baby, Disability)
Audience: Parents and caregivers of children w/disabilities, birth to three.
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
4
Verified 1/2012 For information on eligibility and services, please call.
600
Skamania County Infant & Toddler Early Intervention Program
This program provides services for children with disabilities, ages birth to three and their families. Services to eligible children are designed to meet developmental needs based on their Individual Family Service Plan.(Keywords: Baby, Disability)
Audience: Parents and caregivers of children w/disabilities, birth to three.
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
For information on eligibility and services, please call. Verified 12/13/11
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)
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
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)
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)
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
797
Spokane Housing Authority
Housing program for the homeless; housing trust; tax credit & exemptions; housing rehabilitation; public housing; special needs housing; home-owner programs; energy conservation; drug prevention; seniors/disabled supportive services; self-sufficiency program.(Keywords: Disability, Housing)
Audience: Couples, Families, Individuals.
Location:
55 W Mission Suite 104
64
Spokane,
99201
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
verified 2/12
1180
St. James Outreach
Emergency services in Kent. We help with electricity rent water (late bills); food,prescriptions and IDs (up to $35).(Keywords: Disability, Food)
Audience: Low income Kent families, seniors and disabled
Location:
St. James Church Outreach
24447 94th Ave S
76
Kent,
98030
[map]
Schedule: 1-4 PM Mon + Wed, 9-12 Tues
Cost: No Fee
Childcare:
Registration: Call or fill out online form for appointment
Start Date:
Agency: St. James Church
True
4
Emergency services up to $35 a year. 10/21
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
1641
Sunshine & Rainbows D.D. Center
Preschool child care; teen center; adult family home assistance; living care; community access; social events; early intervention services, parent/families of a child 0-3 yrs. with concerns about how he/she id developing or if child has delays/disabilities.(Keywords: Childcare, Disability)
Audience: Community
Location:
945 South Forks Ave.
92
Forks,
98331
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 7:30-5:30
Cost: Sliding fee scale
Childcare: Yes
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
updated 9/15 updated 2/14
1894
Support Services for the Developmentally Disabled
Support Services provides advocacy services for all people with disabilities and their families. They can assist with personal concerns such as financial management and public education.(Keywords: Disability, Support)
Audience: Persons with disabilities
Location:
2607 Bridgeport Way West, University Place
63
Tacoma,
[map]
Schedule: Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri, 9am - 4pm; Tue, Thu, 9am - 1
Cost: Call for Information
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Updated 1/12
1306
SW Washington Area Agency on Aging
Information on community resources; volunteer opportunities; senior services; family care giving; long term care; community/in-home services.(Keywords: Disability, Grandparent)
Audience: Disabled adults; seniors 60+
Location:
128
Longview,
98632
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 9-5
Cost: Free call for info
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
updated 2/14
1887
Tacoma Ashley House
A homey family life setting for kids needing family based medically intensive care.(Keywords: Disability, Health)
Audience: Children
Location:
4411 Brown's Point Blvd.
63
Tacoma,
98424
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Call for info
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Mike Pugsley or Trish Fears
Agency:
True
4
Updated and verified 1/2012
1078
The ARC
Advocacy/support services for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families and caregivers. Services include; monthly parent support group; educational advocacy; grant money; assistance in accessing government services.(Keywords: Disability, Support)
Audience: Person with learning disabilities and their families, cargivers
Location:
The ARC of Whatcom County
2602 McLeod Road
17
Bellingham,
98225
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost: Free.
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
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)
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)
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
1790
The Balanced Mind Foundation
Child & Adolescent Bipolar Foundation is parent-led not-for-profit, web-based membership organization of families raising children diagnosed with, or at risk for pediatric bipolar disorder. Please leave a message for any CABF staff member . You may expect a return call within 2 business days. If you wish to speak with a experienced parent, leave your name & number and you will get a return call from the Family Response Team.(Keywords: Depression, Disability)
Audience: Families dealing with bipolar
Location:
online
45
Seattle,
60091
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration: Phone and online only
Start Date:
Ongoing
David
Agency:
True
4
Updated Seattle contact and website 8/21
1991
This-Ability: Parents of all abilities peer group
This is a group for people with disabilities who are parents. This-Ability provides an opportunity o discuss shared experiences, successes and trials in a supportive environment. Join us o meet others, make new friends, find some resources, and learn something new. Light snacks provided. Children welcome (Keywords: Disability, Education)
Audience: Parents with disabilities
Location:
Alliance of People with disAbilities
1120 E. Terrace St #100
45
Seattle,
[map]
Schedule: Ever 3rd Thursday monthly, 10 to 11AM,
Cost: Free
Childcare: Yes
Registration: NA
Start Date: Thursday, September 15, 2016
Ongoing
Hope Drummond
Agency: The Arc King County
True
4
updated 11/2016
624
Toddler Drop-in Play Space for Children w/Special Needs
Enjoy a dedicated space filled with lots of toys and books. It's a great way for your child to learn and socialize with other children while playing in a safe, fun, and interactive environment. Play with balls, ride-ons, and many educational toys. This program is for children from birth to 5 years old with mild to severe disabilities. Siblings under five years are welcome. Parents must stay with children at all times while in the space.(Keywords: Baby, Disability)
Audience: Children ages birth to 5 years w/mild to severe disabilities
Location:
Laurelhurst Community Center
4554 NE 41st St.
353
Seattle (North),
98105
[map]
Schedule: Fridays, 10:30am to 12:30pm
Cost: Free
Childcare: NA
Registration: Sign-in is required
Start Date: 3/30/12 - 5/25/12
10 weeks
Agency: Seattle Parks and Recreation
True
2
Updated 1/13 Updated 3/12
1315
Tri State Hospital Home Health & Hospice
Home nursing; physical, ocupational/speech therapy; medical social work; terminal hospice care.(Keywords: Disability, Health)
Audience: Community
Location:
1221 Highland Avenue
109
Clarkston,
99403
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8:30-5
Cost: Medicaid, Medicare, private pay, insurances
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for appointment
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
896
University of Washington Autism Center
Parent Education Series on Autism.(Keywords: Autism, Disability)
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)
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.
1029
Volunteer Chore Service
Transportation; protective supervision; housework; communications; monitoring; shopping/errands; medication reminders.(Keywords: Disability, Grandfather)
Audience: Low income seniors 60+/disabled adults 18+
Location:
Catholic Community Services
414 B South Burress
150
Moses Lake,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Free, donations accepted
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
4/14
1442
Volunteers of America of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Transitional housing, shelter, housing stability, and support services for pregnant and parenting teens; youth; disabled adults; families and individuals facing mental illness; formerly incarcerated; and adult men and women. Temporary housing for families visiting incarcerated family members.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Counseling)
Audience: Adults and families in need.
Location:
Administrative Offices
525 West Second Avenue
64
Spokane,
99201
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 9-5
Cost: None
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Call for Info
Agency: Volunteers of America
True
4
Verified 2.12
995
WA Parents are Vital to Education (PAVE)
Parent resource coordinators offer support and information about resources and laws pertaining to children with disabilities.(Keywords: Disability, Legal)
Audience: Children with disabilities
Location:
64
Spokane,
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Verified 2/12
1546
Washington PAVE
Serves families who have a child, from birth to 18, with a disability. Individualized support; group meetings; training; advocacy with schools.(Keywords: Disability, Education)
Audience: Children with disabilities and their families
Location:
61
Yakima,
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Verified 02.14
2078
Washington's Incarcerated Vet Project
The Incarcerated Veterans Reintegration Services is a joint project with King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties. It addresses the needs of veterans' incarcerated in Country Correctional Facilities, offering alternatives to jail and referral to housing, employment services, and treatment. Many of the veterans have come to jail due to untreated drug and alcohol issues, poverty, homelessness, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. (Keywords: Basic Needs, Counseling)
Audience: Incarcerated Veterans
Location:
King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties
69
Olympia,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: None
Childcare: N/a
Registration: Call for information
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs
True
4
King County- Dennis Brown dennisb@dva.wa.gov; Valina Hayes-Martinez valindah@dva.wa.gov 206-305-4513 Pierce County- James Boltz 253-798-2315 Thurston County- (unable to confirm Travis Sayers TravisS@dva.wa.gov 360-725-2176); 360-867-2034 Clark County- (Mike Wilbur MikeW@dva.wa.gov 360-241-3448-unable to confirm) Updated 4/16
2079
Washington's Incarcerated Vet Project
The Incarcerated Veterans Reintegration Services is a joint project with King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties. It addresses the needs of veterans' incarcerated in Country Correctional Facilities, offering alternatives to jail and referral to housing, employment services, and treatment. Many of the veterans have come to jail due to untreated drug and alcohol issues, poverty, homelessness, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. (Keywords: Basic Needs, Counseling)
Audience: Incarcerated Veterans
Location:
King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties
46
Vancouver,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: None
Childcare: N/a
Registration: Call for information
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs
True
4
King County- Dennis Brown dennisb@dva.wa.gov; Valina Hayes-Martinez valindah@dva.wa.gov 206-305-4513 Pierce County- James Boltz 253-798-2315 Thurston County- (unable to confirm Travis Sayers TravisS@dva.wa.gov 360-725-2176); 360-867-2034 Clark County- (Mike Wilbur MikeW@dva.wa.gov 360-241-3448-unable to confirm) Updated 4/16
2075
Washington's Incarcerated Vet Project-
The Incarcerated Veterans Reintegration Services is a joint project with King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties. It addresses the needs of veterans' incarcerated in Country Correctional Facilities, offering alternatives to jail and referral to housing, employment services, and treatment. Many of the veterans have come to jail due to untreated drug and alcohol issues, poverty, homelessness, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. (Keywords: Basic Needs, Counseling)
Audience: Incarcerated Veterans
Location:
King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties
45
Seattle,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: None
Childcare: N/a
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs
True
4
Verified 3/12 King County- Garry Hodgson garyh@dva.wa.gov 206-819-8685 Pierce County- David Green DavidG@dva.wa.gov 253-320-5238 Thurston County- Travis Sayers TravisS@dva.wa.gov 360-725-2176 Clark County- Mike Wilbur MikeW@dva.wa.gov 360-241-3448 Updated 2/10
2077
Washington's Incarcerated Vet Project-
The Incarcerated Veterans Reintegration Services is a joint project with King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties. It addresses the needs of veterans' incarcerated in Country Correctional Facilities, offering alternatives to jail and referral to housing, employment services, and treatment. Many of the veterans have come to jail due to untreated drug and alcohol issues, poverty, homelessness, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. (Keywords: Basic Needs, Counseling)
Audience: Incarcerated Veterans
Location:
King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties
63
Tacoma,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: None
Childcare: N/a
Registration: Call for information
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs
True
4
Donald Lachman, WDVA Program Manager: DonaldL@dva.wa.gov 206-962-1503 Fax # (206) 623-0200 Veterans Reintegration Services 418 Second Avenue Extension S Seattle, WA 98104 Updated 1/10/12
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)
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)
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
1289
Wraparound Program - Catholic Community Services
Child counseling with referral; family/martial counseling; chore services for seniors/disabled; Hispanic counseling. Wrap-around program. RSN-referal for youth behavior counseling. (Keywords: Counseling, Disability)
Audience: Community
Location:
Catholic Community Services
9300 NE Oakview Drive
46
Vancouver,
98660
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 9-5
Cost: Fees vary
Childcare: no
Registration: no
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Verified 1/18 updated 4/16 updated 11/15 - no parenting classes currently updated 9/2015 Verified 1/3/2012
1496
Wraparound Program - Catholic Community Services
Child counseling with referral; family/martial counseling; chore services for seniors/disabled; Hispanic counseling. Wrap-around program. RSN-referal for youth behavior counseling. (Keywords: Counseling, Disability)
Audience: Community
Location:
Catholic Community Services
306 E. 3rd St. P.O. Box 1734
156
Aberdeen,
98520
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
1571
Wraparound Program - North East Washington Alliance Counseling Services
NorthEast Washington Alliance Counseling Services is a diagnostic and treatment center providing mental healthcare and chemical dependency treatment services for children, adolescents, and adults. NorthEast Washington Alliance Counseling Services: - provide integrated behavioral healthcare (mental healthcare and chemical dependency) prevention and treatment services delivered by a caring, professional staff. - working in cooperation with clients, families, advocates, community representatives, and other agencies to provide behavioral healthcare leadership, consultation, and education. - obtaining resources for people with developmental disabilities and their families to allow full integration in school, the workplace, and leisure activities.(Keywords: Disability, Mental Health)
Audience: children, adolescents, and adults
Location:
165 E. Hawthorne Avenue
288
Colville,
99114
[map]
Schedule: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
Cost: Insurance
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
1480
Wraparound Program - Yakima Valley Farmworkers - Behavioral Health Services
Behavioral Health Services provides mental health counseling, therapy and case management services for adults, children, adolescents and their families. Services: Individual, group and family therapy Psychiatric services, including evaluations, medication management and primary care consulting Therapeutic care for youths Crisis assessment and intervention for children and adolescents Psychological testing and evaluation for special populations Brief therapy Behavioral assessment program for children Behavioral Health Services also assists people needing specialized services such as vocational support, therapeutic foster care and parenting classes. (Keywords: ADD, ADHD)
Audience: Individuals and families
Location:
Yakima Valley Farm Workers - Behavioral Health Services
918 East Mead Avenue
61
Yakima,
98903
[map]
Schedule: Mon-Thu, 8am to 6pm; Fri 8am to 5:30pm
Cost: Most insurance; Medicare
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for appointment
Start Date: Ongoing
Janis Luvaas
Agency: Yakima Valley Farm Workers
True
4
Updated 1/18 Updated 02.14
1533
Wraparound Programs - Comprehensive Healthcare
This private nonprofit organization, provides a full range of mental health, chemical dependency, housing, veterans, domestic violence, and sexual assault services as well as community education and other specialized services throughout Yakima, Kittitas, and Klickitat Counties. (Keywords: Anger management, Counseling)
Audience: Central WA families & individuals
Location:
Yakima Center
402 South 4th Ave
61
Yakima,
98902
[map]
Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm
Cost: Sliding fee scale
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: Central WA Comprehensive Mental Health
True
4
Verified 1/18 Updated and verified 1/14
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
4