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Informing Families is a resource provided by the Washington State Developmental Disabilities Council, in collaboration with the Developmental Disabilities Administration and other partners throughout the state. Find opportunities for your child to grow and develop. Learn about early intervention services and connect with other families. 

Odessa Brown Children's Clinic is a community clinic of Seattle Children's Hospital located in Seattle's Central District. Children from birth through 21 receive care from a team of specially trained pediatric care providers. OBCC provides medical, dental, mental health and nutrition services to all families, regardless of their ability to pay. 

STEP-UP is a nationally recognized adolescent family violence intervention program designed to address youth violence toward family members. Violent behavior includes threats, intimidation, property destruction, degrading language and physical violence. The goal of Step-Up is for youth to stop violence and abuse toward their family and develop respectful family relationships so that all family members feel safe at home.

Changes Parent Support Network is a structured, peer-led program that provides support to parents struggling with children who are engaging in oppositional and self-destructive behaviors. Changes offers hope, help, support and relief from feeling overwhelmed and alone. We invite you to explore this website for information about our philosophy, our structured approach and meeting schedules.

TeamChild upholds the legal rights of youth to ensure that they have opportunities to succeed. 

Hopelink is a community action agency that has served homeless and low-income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities since 1971.

Atlantic Street Center serves individuals at every stage of life, from toddlers to grandparents. All of our services are fundamentally educational in nature, whether we are helping a toddler learn words, colors and numbers, providing tutoring to a middle school student, helping a new immigrant gain critical life skills, supporting a teen parent while they earn a high school diploma and care for a new baby, or providing intensive therapy to help family members learn how to have stable, healthy relationships with one another.

Friends of Youth delivers a broad range of services to youth and their families to improve their emotional stability and self sufficiency.

Children's Crisis Outreach Response System provides crisis services to children, youth and families in King provides crisis services to children, youth and families in King County who are not already enrolled in the publicly funded King County Mental Health Plan (KCMHP). CCORS also provides limited services to children and youth who are currently enrolled in the KCMHP. 

Consejo is a substance abuse and chemical dependency youth program. We provides culturally-competent behavioral health services to growing yet underserved Latino communities with a focus on families with children. 

YMCA Family Services and Mental Health. supports the well-being of families and communities, while developing spirit, mind and body. We believe that everyone is capable of creating positive change in their lives. Our services are strengths-based, individualized, client-driven, culturally-competent and community-based. 

YouthCare builds confidence and self-sufficiency for homeless youth by providing a continuum of care that includes outreach, basic services, emergency shelter, housing, counseling, education, and employment training. 

The Mockingbird Society mission is to improve foster care and end youth homelessness.

UNLEASH THE BRILLIANCE (UTB) is a vibrant and exciting group that offers an amazing alternative to truancy, bullying, negative peer pressure, drug related activity and so much more!

Puget Sound Educational Service District is an Early Learning Program

Puget Sound Adlerian Society  helps parents choose attitudes and actions of respect for their children and for themselves, choices that strengthen a child's sense of belonging, improve family relationhips, and better prepare children for living well. 

Cerebral Palsy Symptoms mission is to provide the public with accurate and up to date information on the many aspects of cerebral palsy and other birth injury complications. Our team strives to maintain a comprehensive free resource so those interested or concerned about their children can take actions to protect them.

Parent Trust for Washington Children creates lasting change and hope for the future by promoting safe, healthy families and communities. We believe that strong families begin at home and building strong families creates thriving, healthy communities.

Legal Shield offers a Legal Service Plan that provides legal services in 49 states and 4 Canadian Provinces. For over forty years they have been helping families understand and obtain their legal rights.

Divine Alternatives for Dads Supporting fathers in their quest to overcome barriers preventing their participation in their children's lives DADS provides case management, parent education, resolution of child support issues, development of PA renting plans, and referrals to community partner resources for fathers and father figures.

Help for Separated/Divorced Parents

SPARC  the Separated Parenting Access & Resource Center. SPARC's goal is to ensure that children of divorce continue to have meaningful relationships with both parents, regardless of marital status.

CustodySource.com  A national website for custody and divorce providing resources within each state.

Parent Helpline The Parent Helpline is a free telephone service to parents and others experiencing family life or parenting challenges. This nonjudgmental service provides a listening ear, support and guidance to parents and caregivers who are upset or troubled about a family issue, have parenting-related questions or just need someone to speak to.

FamilyAffaires  An online resource and community providing expert content to families in transition.

 


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