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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
PS of Puget Sound

Support for Miscarriage, Stillbirth & Infant Loss
Support groups offered throughout the Puget Sound area

Puget Sound Adlerian Society (PSAS)

PSAS hosts a free, 14-hour Positive Discipline parenting course, and organizes an online Parenting Event Calendar, that lists the PSAS, as well as other collaborators and organizations’ parenting education and training courses information within the Central Puget Sound areas. Some classes are free, some with reduced charge or qualified for scholarships.

Mon – Fri 10:00am – 3:00pm

Rebound

Mon – Fri 9:00am – 3:00pm

Refugee Women's Alliance REWA (Main Office)

Support and education for parents raising their children in a new country

Renton Area Youth & Family Services

Kinship Care program: This group provides support to grandparents and relatives who have the unique responsibility of raising the children of a relative. Kinship Care Support connects you and the children in your care to resources and a community of other families in the same situation.

Due to COVID-19 Kinship meetings meet virtually the 2nd Tues & 4th Thurs 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM.

Renton Innovation Zone Partnership

The Renton Innovation Zone Partnership (RIZP) connects communities and schools to drastically improve the well-being of children and their academic performance in the service areas of four elementary schools in the Renton School District.

Room One

Offers The Mothering Group which meets once per month and is a peer-based support group; please call for more information

Seattle Parents of Preemies

Peer-led support group for parents of preemies & infants that experienced a prolonged NICU stay. Through in-person & online meetings, our group offers members community, support & education on topics relating to prematurely born and medically fragile children. We welcome all families, even those living outside of WA state. Meetings are held monthly.

Sisters in Common

Sisters In Common provides community based solution-focused and outcome-oriented services to children, teens and families. Services include referral, brief intervention treatment, counseling and case management, to meet the needs of children, teens and families.

Skagit County Healthy Beginnings Line

Mon – Fri 8:30am – 4:30pm
Helps families of pregnant women and young children find activities and services that promote health, development and well-being.