Helping families navigate the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Your family’s health and safety are our top concern. Every family, every person is experiencing heightened stress.
We’re here to help. Our buildings are closed, but our staff is working remotely; answering phones, holding classes online, tracking the ever-changing resources available to help families.
We know that your babies are on the way. We know that families need resources now.
Our Great Starts program is offering interactive online classes for new and expectant parents at a reduced rate – birth classes, Conscious Fathering, newborn care – it’s all here. Learning and connecting with our instructors and your fellow students is a great way to prepare for parenting. Learn about Great Starts >>
Our Family Help Line is open! Call us at 1 800 932 4673. We talk to parents, grandparents, professionals-anyone with a parenting question or concern about a child. Learn about the Family Help Line >>
Our SMART (Stress Management and Relaxation Training) program is producing a great series of short videos to walk you through some terrific stress reduction exercises. Check out our videos >>
Our Family Help Line Coaches are tracking and updating a list of resources available to help families during this emergency. This list is constantly updated and revised as services change. View the Resource list >>
Our website is great resource for parenting tips, activities for kids, and much more. Check out our online Parenting Advice >>
These are just the highlights. We’re still doing virtual developmental screenings, adapting our SMART curriculum for teenagers for an online environment and providing virtual interactive professionally facilitated support groups for parents. If you have questions – Call the Family Help Line. 1 800 932 4673
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Together we can keep families strong and kids safe.
Parent Trust is here for you. We’ve been supporting families for more that 40 years. We can help. We’re in this together.
Stay up to date with the latest guidelines from Public Health Seattle & King County >>