In addition to our in-house projects, we fund a range of support programs for families with children, from pre-natal up to six years.
Parenting For School Readiness
Evidence-based parenting education, with a range of developmentally appropriate activities for children from birth to age 8 who are at risk of abuse or neglect.
The Family Support Project
Trained professionals provide in-home coaching, referrals, and information to parents with small children. The goal is to break the cycle of generational trauma.
Infant Case Management
Through home visits, a case manager connects farm families and other vulnerable populations to parent training resources, housing, food, and other necessities.
Summer Academy Early Childhood
Offering a 5-week day-camp that provides empowering educational experiences for low-income children and families aimed at building a community that realizes its full potential through leadership and lifelong learning.
Safe, Healthy, and Resilient Families
Professional intervention for families experiencing abuse – providing direct advocacy, parenting support, education, and assistance with the healing process.
Provides educational, therapeutic, and related services to children from birth to five years of age of all abilities. Specialize in neuromuscular or developmental delays, disorders, and chronic conditions.
Early Childhood Education Certificate Cohort Project
Removing barriers for low-income childcare providers enrolled in the Skagit Valley College Early Learning Associate Degree program.
Evidence-Based Parenting Programs
Parenting skill-building for low-income Hispanic families to cultivate healthy children who will grow into healthy productive adults.
Early Learning Coordinator
The Early Learning Coordinator builds capacity and creates a comprehensive, coordinated system of over 35 early learning supports and resources.