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We are working to expand our efforts to other states to help children who have entered the foster care system reunite with their parents.
Proceeds from SweetHearts for Kids luncheon benefits our children in Walla Walla and the surrounding area.
Key Peninsula will be providing one-day-a-week preschool thanks to a grant from United Way of Pierce County..
We celebrate 10 years of the Washington State Parent Ally Committee, which brings parent voice to policy and law changes.
After spending years abroad, Dave Teed learned he did not need to travel the world to find his birth mother.
We are ringing in the New Year by sharing an update on the progress of the Imagine Lake City Together project.
Longtime supporters Andy and Joanne MacDonald want to help create a supportive environment for children so they can reach their full potential.
With support from our home visiting staff, Cassidy and Jacob were able to set goals to establish a loving and nurturing home for their young daughter.
Jan Allott previously worked for Children's Home Society of Washington and wants to see our important work continue into the future.
After five years working with us, Andy Tucker will now serve as the Vancouver community director leading our sites in Clark and Cowlitz counties.
As the state's oldest adoption agency, we celebrate our adopted children and their new families every year on National Adoption Day.
President/CEO Sharon Osborne traveled around the state to discuss with staff how we can put our strategic plan into action.
We and those who support our work will carry on and never give up on our children, their families and communities who support them.
New giving and volunteer opportunities make it easy to give back during the holiday season.
As a member of Children's Home Society of America, we are on the national stage promoting innovative solutions that drive lasting, positive change for children.
Maricela sought counseling support for her children at our Wenatchee Family Resource Center. Over their weeks of treatment, the staff and counselors became like family to her own family.
Horizon Credit Union in Spokane sells paper stockings for $1 to customers during the months of November and December to support our Therapeutic Summer Camp.
Attachment Vitamins interactive classes help parents of young children build specific skills to support a child's healthy development.
Mariela Rosas' husband, German, has been the No. 1 volunteer for our Academic Fun Club and Farm Labor Homes Summer Camp in Walla Walla for the past 10 years.
We received accreditation for three years by CARF International for providing high quality services in our Child & Family Counseling programs at nine sites.
Mobility Mentoring coaches help families map out pathways toward greater financial security, create longer-term goals and celebrate successes together.
Roseann Martinez has been selected to serve as our signature services director for Child & Family Counseling and Adoption & Secure Families.
We partnered with a University of Washington researcher for a pilot project designed specifically to help fathers of young children become more effective parents.
We are recruiting foster parents in from Chelan, Douglas, Okanogan and Grant counties to provide full-time foster care and respite care.
Our early learning policy council made up of parents and community members convened for their annual retreat.
Anthem Foundation's support will provide therapeutic art support and training for our counseling program in Chelan and Douglas counties.
Construction has started on Walla Walla's new $2.2 million teen center that will open in spring 2017. It will include our new early learning center.
Revolutionary video coaching program for young children and parents reaches new parts of the state.
Policy Lead Alise Hegle served as a keynote speaker at a national conference and shared insight into the Family First Prevention Services Act.