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In-Person and Hybrid PEPS Groups

Reintroducing In-Person PEPS Groups

We are offering PEPS Groups in person at selected community sites, in homes, and in hybrid groups. 

Program Details

Who Attends: In-person PEPS Groups will be offered for parents and caregivers with babies 2-20 weeks or 5 – 12 months. Within each group, there will be 6-10 families participating.

What: Newborn, Second Time Around, and Baby Peppers PEPS Groups are offered in person, following the same curriculum, discussion topics, and parent peer-support model as virtual groups.

Where: Newborn and Second Time Around PEPS Groups meet in homes, at community sites, and in hybrid groups. Hybrid PEPS Groups will meet weekly in person during weeks 1, 7, and 12, and virtually in the remaining weeks. Baby Peppers Groups meet only at community sites. 

Please note, based on King County Public Health guidelines and community transmission rates, in-person groups may revert to a virtual format for the safety of our participants & facilitators.
Read our COVID-19 Health and Safety Practices for In-Person Groups, as stated below.

Cost*: We offer Flexible Pricing for all groups.

Length: Newborn and Second Time Around Groups meet for 2 hours, once a week, for 12 weeks. Baby Peppers Groups meet for 90 minutes, once a week, for 11 weeks. 

PEPS programs fill quickly — register today to secure your spot!

Register for an In-Person PEPS Group

*Cost includes a non-refundable registration fee of $20 or 10% of the program fee, whichever is less. In the cases of changes or cancellations, please visit our FAQs page for the PEPS Cancellation and Refund Policy.

Call PEPS at (206) 547-8570 or email us at .

COVID-19 Health and Safety Practices for In-Person Groups

All participants meeting in person will be required to self-report that they have been fully vaccinated, and PEPS may request proof of vaccinations at any time. Acceptable documents include your CDC COVID-19 vaccination record card (originals, copies, or photos accepted), certificate of COVID-19 vaccination, digital QR codes from MYIRmobile, or WA State Immunization Information System printout. PEPS is not equipped to monitor all families’ immunization or health records and cannot guarantee that all families have been vaccinated.

PEPS Groups that meet in homes or in hybrid groups will no longer be required to wear masks. 

Groups meeting at community sites will require eligible adults to wear a snug-fitting, high-quality mask that covers the nose and chin unless actively eating and drinking. People with developmental, behavioral, or medical conditions that prevent the ability to wear a face covering may elect to use a face shield with a drape. Those who exhibit symptoms or are feeling ill will be able to join the meeting virtually.

Community site meeting spaces will have adequate ventilation and be subjected to increased cleaning protocols to ensure a clean environment. 

Review the PEPS Notice, Waiver, and Release form.

Based on King County Public Health guidelines and community transmission rates, in-person groups may revert to a virtual format for the safety of our participants & facilitators. To stay up to date with developments, visit our COVID-19 news page.

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