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Parent Support

Family support programs and other parent/caregiver resources. Please call each resource for detailed information about services offered.
Resource Name Location Contact
Vashon Playspace

Support may include Drop In Playgroups, Play’n’Chat Discussion Groups, Parent-Child Classes and Parent Education Classes. Please call for more information & registration details.

Virginia Mason Memorial Hospital

Maternal-Child Health Program proves home visits by a community health nurse to the families of children birth to 18.

Voices of Tomorrow

Voices of Tomorrow’s mission is to preserve Immigrant & Refugee children’s identity through culturally responsive child-focused programs. They offer a variety of Early Learning programs including preschool and home based learning. Voices of Tomorrow also offers parent support and parenting classes. Call for more information.

Mon – Fri 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

White Center Community Development Association

Family Success Partners (FSP) program promotes student success and family stability for White Center families. FSP connects White Center families with resources and support so the entire family can thrive. They help families navigate the school system and become leaders in systems change. Call for more information.

Mon – Thurs 9:00am – 4:30pm, Fri 9:00am – 1:00pm

World Relief (Seattle)

World Relief’s Family Literacy Program is a 3-part program:
- Beginner’s English class for parents and caregivers with young children
- Pre-school where children will learn through play as they participate in developmentally appropriate games, activities, and songs
-Parent support and education around how parents can be their child’s first teacher

Classes meet weekly. Call or go online for more information.

Mon, Tues, Thurs 9:00am – 4:00pm, Fri 9:00am – 3:00pm
Wednesday: Closed, except by appointment

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic (Toppenish)

Provides home visits to help address healthcare needs and concerns for children 0-18 with qualifying risk factors. Please call for more information.

Youth Eastside Services (Bellevue)

- Promoting First Relationships program for families with children 0 – 3. This program consists of in-home visits for families looking to strengthen their child’s social and emotional health. This program accepts Apple Health (Medicaid) for payment and offers a sliding fee scale.
- One-on-One parent navigation & coaching

Youth Eastside Services (Kirkland)

Hours vary based on service and season, call for more information.

Youth Eastside Services (Redmond)

Hours vary based on service and season. Please call for more information.

YWCA of Clark County

Thurs 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Support Group for Spanish speaking mothers