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Verdant Grant

Thanks to a generous grant from the Verdant Health Commission, families who live in the following cities qualify for a reduced PEPS program fee

Newborn group

“PEPS educates and supports parents and children with the goal of building healthy families, much like our goal of improving the well-being of our residents.

The value provided by PEPS in other areas of Puget Sound is evident, and we are pleased that this partnership will bring those established services to more South Snohomish County families.”

-Verdant Health Commission Superintendent Carl Zapora

Verdant Health Commission

Thanks to a generous grant from the Verdant Health Commission, families who live in the following cities qualify for a reduction on any PEPS program fee:

  • Brier
  • Edmonds
  • Lynnwood
  • Mountlake Terrace
  • Woodway

The Program Fee reductions subsidized through Verdant result in a roughly 50% discount for each PEPS Program offered in the Public Hospital District No. 2 area of Snohomish County. For the Newborn Program, this reduces the program fee from $150 to $75 for daytime one-parent groups, and from $200 to $100 for the evening two parent groups. For the Baby Peppers Program, the fee is reduced from $155 to $75.

Reduced Fee Area

Public Hospital District No. 2, Snohomish County

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Some families who live in Bothell or unincorporated Snohomish County also qualify if they live within the following boundaries:

  • Bothell residents who live south of 148th and west of 3rd Ave SE.
  • Unincorporated Snohomish County Residents who live south of 148th, north of the King Snohomish County line and west of 3rd Ave SE.

Financial Assistance: PEPS is committed to serving every family who wishes to join our community. If you do not qualify for the reduced program fee based on your address and need financial assistance, we happily provide scholarships, supported by our generous donors. Click here for more information.

Questions: If you aren’t sure if you qualify or have questions, contact Cari Morales at carim@peps.org

About Verdant Health Commission


Verdant Health Commission funds a wide range of programs that empower people in South Snohomish County to make healthy decisions and get the care they need to stay well. For nearly half a century, it served the health needs of the community by managing the local community hospital. Verdant is now focused on investing in innovative programs that will make a lasting impact on the health and well-being of South Snohomish County residents. Verdant Health. Building a strong foundation for a healthy community.

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