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FASt Friends - A FASD Family and Community Support Network
We are so excited to announce the start of our Vancouver Washington FASt Friends Support group on March 28th 2020. We need your feedback on what you would like to see in your group and would like to update you on the time and location once we get that nailed down. Let us know you’re interested by clicking the I’M INTERESTED button. 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.(Keywords: Adoption, Baby)
Audience: Families of those affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Location:
TBD
46
Vancouver,
[map]
Schedule: Saturdays
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: https://www.nofaswa.org/support
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: NOFAS Washington State
True
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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
171
Changes Parent Support Network
The Changes Parent Support Network provides support,education,and service to communities and parents struggling with issues surrounding truancy, drug use, illegal activities, aggressive and/or addictive behaviors and attempted suicide by adolescent children. The ChangeInsight Program is an active process of behavior change and emotional growth for parents and their families, based on peer support.(Keywords: ADHD, Anger management)
Audience: Parents, grandparents, and guardians of an adolescent who is engaging in oppositional and self-destructive behaviors
Location:
4401 2nd Ave NE - Seattle
65
Shoreline,
98155
[map]
Schedule: Thursdays, 7:00 - 9:30pm
Cost: Donation
Childcare:
Registration: No
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Changes Parent Support Network
True
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Updated 7/15
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
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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: Baby, FAS)
Audience: Families of those affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Location:
Puyallup Public Library Board Room
324 South Meridian
66
Puyallup,
98371
[map]
Schedule: Saturdays 1-2:30
Cost: none
Childcare:
Registration: sign up https://www.nofaswa.org/support
Start Date: ongoing
ongoing
Agency: NOFAS Washington State
True
2
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FASt Friends - A FASD Family and Community Support Network
Our support groups are a chance to build community, make connections and share ideas. To know that you are not alone. Each group meeting starts with a mini training and then the remaining time is spent sharing joys as well as tears, asking questions, and offering and receiving support from the attending members. 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.(Keywords: Adoption, Baby)
Audience: Families of those affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Location:
Compass Mental Health
4526 Federal Avenue - Building 2
12
Everett,
98203
[map]
Schedule: 3rd Tuesdays 6:30-9 pm
Cost: none
Childcare:
Registration: sign up https://www.nofaswa.org/support
Start Date:
Julie Gelo
Agency: NOFAS Washington State
True
2
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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
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ICAN North Bellevue - Therapy and support
ICAN Eastside Children\\\'s Therapy clinic serves individuals in need of therapy due to congenital disability, developmental delay, trauma, disease, surgery or acquired neurological conditions. Our clinics collaborate with each other to provide a full range of specialized group programs including feeding therapy, handwriting and social skills.(Keywords: Adoption, Anger management)
Audience: Special Needs children - including post-adoption
Location:
ICAN Bellevue North
13010 NE 20th St.
71
Bellevue,
98005
[map]
Schedule: varies
Cost: insurance
Childcare: no
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency: ICAN
True
4
updated 10/21
2061
ICAN South Bellevue - Therapy and support
ICAN Eastside Children\'s Therapy clinic serves individuals in need of therapy due to congenital disability, developmental delay, trauma, disease, surgery or acquired neurological conditions. Our clinics collaborate with each other to provide a full range of specialized group programs including feeding therapy, handwriting and social skills.(Keywords: Adoption, Anger management)
Audience: Special Needs children - including post-adoption
Location:
ICAN Bellevue South
5150 Village Park Dr. SE
71
Bellevue,
98006
[map]
Schedule: varies
Cost: insurance
Childcare: no
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency: ICAN
True
4
Updated 10/21
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Kipsap Mental Health Services
Provide mental and behavioral health care services to children and families in Kitsap County. Services include Children\'s Crisis Team; Community Support Team; Home-Based Family Services; Intensive Children\'s Services (treatment foster care); Specialized Family Care; Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care; Madrona Day Treatment; Youth Impatient Unit; and Medical and Nursing Services. (Keywords: Anger management, Counseling)
Audience: Kitsap County residents
Location:
Kitsap Mental Health Services
5455 Almira Dr. NE
72
Bremerton,
98311
[map]
Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM
Cost: Call for Information
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for 1st appointment/info & referral
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: KCR
True
4
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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
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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
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
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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
370
Parent Trust Community Families In Recovery
Support group for parents in recovery from substance abuse. Drop-In group.(Keywords: FAS, Father)
Audience: Families in recovery from addiction
Location:
Catholic Community Services Recovery Center
515 Lakeway Dr.
17
Bellingham,
98225
[map]
Schedule: Wednesday, 12:15 to 1:45pm
Cost: Free
Childcare: None
Registration: Not required
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Elisa Becerra
Agency: Parent Trust for Washington Children
True
2
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Parent Trust Community Families In Recovery Group
Support group for parents in recovery from substance abuse. Drop-In group.(Keywords: FAS, Mental Health)
Audience: Families in recovery from addiction
Location:
Catholic Community Services Recovery Center
2806 Douglas Ave.
305
Lynden,
98225
[map]
Schedule: Wednesday, 12:15 to 1:45pm
Cost: None
Childcare: No
Registration: Not required
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Shawna Bowman
Agency: Parent Trust for Washington Children
True
2
Updated 3/14
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Parent-Child Assistance Program
The Parent‐Child Assistance Program (PCAP) is an evidence‐based home visitation case‐management model for mothers who abuse alcohol or drugs during pregnancy. Its goals are to help mothers build healthy families and prevent future births of children exposed prenatally to alcohol and drugs.(Keywords: Baby, Counseling)
Audience: Mothers using alcohol/drugs during or after pregnancy
Location:
63
Tacoma,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Call for info
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Lori
Agency: UW Health Sciences Unit
True
4
Updated 3/15
2072
Parent-Child Assistance Program
The Parent‐Child Assistance Program (PCAP) is an evidence‐based home visitation case‐management model for mothers who abuse alcohol or drugs during pregnancy. Its goals are to help mothers build healthy families and prevent future births of children exposed prenatally to alcohol and drugs.(Keywords: Baby, Child Protective Services)
Audience: Mothers using alcohol/drugs during or after pregnancy
Location:
The Willows
- White Center
352
Seattle (South),
[map]
Schedule: In-patient & out-patient
Cost: Call for info
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Nancy
Agency: UW Health Sciences Unit
True
4
inactive 3/12 Updated - active - 3/15
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PAVE special needs parent groups
A group for parents and caregivers of individuals with disabilities, or special healthcare or learning needs. This group is about laughter, sharing resources, support, and building community. (Keywords: Adoption, Autism)
Audience: parents and caregivers of individuals w disabilities
Location:
various locations in Pierce County
good samaritan hospital - 401 15th ave se
66
Puyallup,
98372
[map]
Schedule: see website
Cost: none
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
ongoing
Agency: PAVE
True
2
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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
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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
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The Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Family Resource Institute
Provides someone to talk with, assistance in finding help, parent support and advocacy groups, information packets, quarterly newsletter, conferences, educational training, etc.(Keywords: FAS, Support)
Audience: Community
Location:
68
Lynnwood,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
updated 3/14
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Valley Cities Parent & Family Support Programs
Valley Cities offers programs and services that address therapeutic and other needs of adults, children, and families. These services address behavioral healthcare, parenting support, chemical dependence and dual diagnoses, domestic violence, early intervention for children w/special needs, and other basic needs.(Keywords: Anger management, Basic Needs)
Audience: Adults, children and teens, and families in South King County.
Location:
Comprehensive Services/Youth & Family Services
1336 S 336th Street
79
Federal Way,
98003
[map]
Schedule: Mon-Thurs/8:30am to 6:15pm & Friday/8:30am to 5pm
Cost: Varies
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Yes
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: Valley Cities
True
4
Updated 10/21
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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.