Skagit Community Resource Directory

Compiled by Community Action of Skagit County

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Parenting Resources
Children in the Middle Workshop
A Program of Catholic Community Services NW
(360) 856-3054
Description: Workshop for divorcing or separated parents to explore the impact of parent separation on children. Offered monthly and in Spanish, as needed.

Foster Care Hotline
1-888-812-5757
Description: If you are interested in becoming a foster parent, please call our foster care hotline.
Website: http://www.secretharbor.org/pageFosterCareResources

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
160 Cascade Place, Ste. 201, Burlington
(360) 856-3054
4th Monday of each month from 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Description: An ongoing support group; currently offering parenting re-education and in-home coaching.
Website: http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=families_skagitfamilyprograms

Mount Baker Planned Parenthood
900 East College Way, Suite 120, Mount Vernon
360-848-1744
Description: Reproductive health care services, birth control, age-appropriate sexual education.
Website: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/mbpp/

National Parent Helpline
1-855-427-2736
Mon-Fri 10am - 7pm
Description: Trained advocates to offer emotional support, problem-solve, explore resources for your family.
Website: http://www.nationalparenthelpline.org/

Parent Child Assistance Program (PCAP)
A Program of Brigid Collins Family Support Center
(360) 428-6622 ext 200
Description: Home visitation intervention program that works with women who abuse alcohol or drugs during pregnancy.

Parent Education
Catholic Community Services
160 Cascade Place, Ste. 201 , Burlington
(360) 856-3054
Description: Free, low-cost instruction for parents. Classes in The Nurtured Health Approach.

Parent Help 123
A Program of Within Reach
1-800-322-2588
Description: Find resources in your community like low-cost medical and dental clinics, WIC clinics, food banks and birth control services. Also apply for benefits.
Website: http://parenthelp123.org/

Parent to Parent Program
A Program of Catholic Community Services NW
320 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon
(304) 584-3272
Description: Support for parents of children with special needs. Provides, emotional support, parent support meetings, trainings, educational workshops, lending library.
Website: http://www.skagitp2p.org/

Partnership for Re-Employment Program (PREP)
A Program of WorkSource Skagit
2000 East College Way, Mount Vernon
(360) 420-6281
Description: Partnership between WorkSource and the Division of Child Support to help parents find work, plan a career, talk to employers about your conviction history, and modify child support payments.
Website: https://www.worksourcewa.com/home.aspx?

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