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Kitsap Parenting & Family Supports

Kitsap Parenting & Family Supports

Family Behavioral Health, Catholic Community Services

285 Fifth St. Ste. 2 Bremerton, WA 9833
Access Services: 360-792-2020

Intensive, wraparound services for families involved with DCFS. Includes family preservation and reunification services, Incredible Years parenting instruction, Triple-P parenting program, and treatment foster care. Referrals must come from DCFS.

Kitsap Nurse-Family Partnership

Call: 360-728-2235
Text: 360-633-6132.

Connects income-eligible first-time mothers to a nurse who can provide support, education, and referrals.

Parent-Child Assistance Program (PCAP)

360-377-0370

Three-year case management program for pregnant and parenting mothers who have maternal alcohol and drug use. Provides home visitation, support and transportation. Support to create personalized goals for success in recovery. This program is not affiliated with Department of Child and Family Services.

Parent-Youth Mediation, Kitsap Dispute Resolution Center

9004 Washington Ave. NW, Silverdale WA 98383
360-698-0968 or 206-842-3215

Trained mediators help youth and parents talk about specific issues such as communication problems, school performance, dating, curfew, rules at home, juvenile justice issues, and more.

The Parenting Place, Kitsap Community Resources

360-377-0053

Classes and resources that help family members build positive family relationships and create healthy home environments. Offers a court-ordered class: “Children Who Have Witnessed Domestic Violence.”

Pierce Parenting & Family Supports

Pierce Parenting & Family Supports

Tacoma Resource and Opportunity Center

1016 S. 28th St. Tacoma, WA 98409
253-680-2680

Offers general resources for reentry folks. Specifically, offers events to support families, (e.g.Fall – “Back to School with FREE backpacks,” Winter – “Holiday activities and gift giving”)

Strength in Families

360-725-8675

To assist reentering parents through skill and knowledge building classes, family-focused case management, supported access to community resources, and one-on-one assistance with education and employment goals

DSHS Division of Child Support – Pierce County

1949 S State St Tacoma, WA 98405
253-597-3700

Provides a plethora of services for parents and families

Hope Sparks

Tacoma Office: 6424 North 9th Street, Tacoma, WA 98406
253-565-4484 

Children’s Developmental Service Office: 6316 South 12th St., Tacoma, WA 98465
253-565-4487

Offers specific behavioral health programs (Parent education, Family Support Services, Healing Heart Counseling, Children’s Developmental Services, Relatives Raising Children, Eating Recovery) that serve children and families in Pierce County who face trauma, abuse and overwhelming life challenges

Skagit Parenting & Family Supports

Skagit Parenting & Family Supports

DSHS Division of Child Support–Skagit County

900 E College Way Suite 100 Mount Vernon, WA 98273
877-501-2233

Provides a plethora of services for parents and families

Brigid Collins Family Support Center

917 S. 3rd Street, Mount Vernon WA 98273
360-428-6622

Provides parenting education, personalized coaching, or group support to families

Darrington Family Support and Resource Center

1075 Fir Street, Darrington WA 98241
360-436-0308

Provides parenting education, personalized coaching, or group support to families

Skagit County Parent to Parent

320 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
360-416-7570 ext. 401

Provides emotional support and information for families of children with special health or developmental needs.