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PEPS Network

PEPS partners with organizations locally – and across the country – to provide PEPS Groups to their communities.

PEPS provides training, curriculum and support to organizations who want to provide peer-based parent support to their clients, organizations and communities. If your organization is interested in joining the PEPS Network, please fill out the PEPS Network Inquiry Form. If you would like more information about the PEPS Network or how to bring parent support to your organization, please contact peps@peps.org.

FIND A PEPS GROUP FOR YOUR FAMILY


Amara Adoption Families

Amara - Seattle, WA
amaraparenting.org

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Amara is a local organization that supports foster children and families in Washington. Parents who have adopted a foster child need support before, during and long after they have adopted their child. Amara has partnered with PEPS to offer facilitated peer-based parent support groups for their families, including a modified curriculum for their meeting discussion topics. These groups will meet to share their weekly highs and lows, share resources with their peers, ask questions and create community and connection. Learn more about Amara and their post-adoption support here, including how to ask your Foster Care and Adoption Specialist about upcoming support groups you can attend.

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MAIA: LGBTQ Families

MAIA Midwifery & Fertility Services - Seattle, WA
maiamidwifery.com
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MAIA has partnered with PEPS to offer facilitated peer-based parent support groups specifically focused for LGBTQ+ families, including a modified curriculum for their meeting discussion topics. MAIA PEPS groups are provided with the same queer-centered, gender inclusive approach as with all of MAIA services.

Many LGBTQ+ parents choose to be in a PEPS Newborn Group in their neighborhood with other parents with babies around the same age as their own. To do that, just register for a Newborn Group here.

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PIP

Partners in Parenting (PIP) - Austin, TX
pipaustin.org

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PIP is a nonprofit in Austin, TX offering groups to parents of babies 0-4 months old.

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TAPS

Triangle Area Parenting Support - North Carolina
www.tapsnc.org

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TAPS is a nonprofit in the Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh and surrounding communities in North Carolina offering groups to parents of newborns 0-16 weeks and babies 5-12 months old.

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HBHM Piko Pals - Honolulu, HI
www.facebook.com/pikopals

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Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Hawaii: This organization offers Piko Pals, facilitated peer-based parent support groups for new moms of babies 0-4 months old.

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Room One

Room One - Twisp, WA
roomone.org

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Room One is a nonprofit health and social service center serving families in the Methow Valley. They offer facilitated peer-based parent support groups to new mothers during the transition to parenthood.

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PEMS: Twins & Multiples

Seattle Families of Multiples - Seattle, WA
seattlemultiples.org

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Seattle Families of Multiples (SFOM) is a local organization that supports families of multiples. SFOM has partnered with PEPS to offer facilitated peer-based parent support groups for their families, including a modified curriculum for their meeting discussion topics.

Many parents of twins and multiples choose to be in a PEPS Newborn Group in their neighborhood with other parents with single babies around the same age as their own. To do that, just register for a PEPS Newborn Group here.

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Temple De Hirsch Sinai

Temple de Hirsch Sinai - Seattle, WA
templedehirschsinai.org

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Temple De Hirsch Sinai is one of our new 2017 PEPS Network Partners! They will offer PEPS Groups and welcome all families with babies between 2-16 weeks who are interested in a PEPS experience through a Jewish lens and within a Jewish setting. Please click here to register and for more information.

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Wonderland

Wonderland Developmental Center - Shoreline, WA
wonderlandkids.org

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Wonderland Developmental Center is a non-profit early-intervention agency, serving families and their children ages birth to three with developmental delays or disabilities in north King and south Snohomish counties. They offer facilitated peer-based parent support, including a modified curriculum for their meeting discussion topics.

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