PEPS parenting programs build community and support networks for new moms, dads and baby. PEPS local parent support groups connect new parents and their babies.
Watch a video featuring new moms and dads talking about their PEPS experience.
Watch KING-5 TV's story about PEPS.
Parent Talk: Learn about our parent lecture series where parents stay connected and learn as their babies grow.
Many parents join the PEPS community as volunteer Group Leaders.
In addition to leading a group, PEPS has many ways you can get involved.
Learn more about volunteer opportunities at PEPS.
ADJUSTING TO PARENTHOOD
Starting March 15, 2013 PEPS and Postpartum Support Int’l of WA are offering a twice monthly group, offering parents additional support for the emotional changes and challenges of adapting to parenthood. >> Learn More
Which PEPS group is right for you?
PEPS programs have been an integral part of the Seattle parenting community since 1983. PEPS groups bring new parents together to connect, share, learn and build critical support networks during the earliest days of parenting your new baby. Join one of our neighborhood-based, volunteer-facilitated groups and share the parenting adventure.
Sample the PEPS experience by attending an Orientation in a fun and casual environment. Meet, share and connect with other parents-to-be and new parents in your area
Newborn groups are for new parents and babies to attend together. The majority of these groups are filled with first time parents.
Baby Peppers is for parents and older infants to attend together. When a group begins, all babies are between five and twelve months old.
PEPS for Dads Groups are for primary caregiver Dads with babies 0-12 months old when the group begins.
Second Time Around focuses on adding a newborn to a family with one or more other children. Parent and newborn attend together.
Little Peppers is designed for families with two children under age three. Parent typically attends with both children, although you may also choose to attend with only one child (either the toddler or baby).