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Child Care Resources

Child Care Resources is a local trusted resource for parents seeking information about childcare in our state.

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FamilyWorks

FamilyWorks is a family resource center with parent support playgroups, parenting classes, life skills, advocacy and WIC support.

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Fussy Baby Network®  Seattle/King County

Fussy Baby Network® Seattle/King County is a program for parents with concerns about their baby's temperament and behavior during the first year of life, including a Warm Line to call for support and resources.

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Listening Mothers

The Listening Mothers™ program offers a unique opportunity for parents of babies birth through six months of age to discover the joys of parenting. Our science based curriculum will help you turn the present moment into a positive moment!

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The Lytle Center for Pregnancy & Newborns: Lytle Center for Pregnancy & Newborns at the Swedish First Hill campus is a modern, 5,400-square-foot, ground-level space that provides a much-needed support network – not only for new moms and babies, but for all family members and caregivers of a newborn, whether or not the baby was born at one of Swedish’s four birthing centers.

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ParentHelp 123

Parenthelp123.org is a WithinReach site with info on many benefits and services for eligible Washington families.

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ParentMap: Raising kids is the most challenging, interesting, weird and rewarding journey we’ll ever take. That’s why, in addition to ParentMap, we publish BabyMap, an annual guide to the best for new parents, and our essential annual resource guides: Family DirectoryLearningMap, and SummerMap. Our website features a comprehensive online calendar of family friendly events, and a business directory. We also archive all of our magazine articles and provide fresh, forward-thinking content for our online readers. (excerpt from www.parentmap.com)

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Parent Trust

ParentTrust: Washington organization for children and parents, with classes and free ASQ-3 developmental screenings. When parenting is stressing you out, call Parent Trust's Family Help Line: 1-800-932-HOPE or 206-233-0139.

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Red Tricycle: Red Tricycle mission is simple, to help parents have more fun with their kids. We offer ideas for cool things to see, eat, make and do with your kids in your neighborhood. Each weekday, we deliver must-have recommendations for hip people who happen to be parents too, whether it's a kid-friendly food truck crush, a street festival that accommodates strollers, or a Christmas tree farm that offers free hot chocolate and crafts. We know you're busy (we've got kids too), so we wade through the multitude of happenings to present a small, well-edited list of events, services and products that are really worth your time. (excerpt from www.redtri.com)

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Seattle's Child: Seattle's #1 kids and parenting magazine! Seattle's Child is an incredible resource for all things relating to children in the Puget Sound area. Check out their Family Fun Calendar.

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Snohomish County Parent Support

Snohomish County is growing with families. Thanks to support from the Verdant Health Commission, we want to share parent support resources for Snohomish County parents.

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Within Reach

WithinReach: Local organization that connects families to many services, including immunizations, developmental screenings and more.

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Wonderland

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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