Family Support Centers/Outreach

Description: Programs that provide a wide variety of social services that are designed to support the healthy development of families, improve family interaction skills and help fragile families to resolve their problems at a pre-crisis stage before they become unmanageable. Services may be center-based or provided on an outreach basis to families who are initially reluctant to seek support and generally target the specific needs of a particular community. (AIRS PH-2360.2400)

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RI

Statewide

Organization Name: Community Care Alliance
Address: 245 Main Street
RI
Phone: 401-235-7000
Eligibility: Early Intervention serves eligible children from birth to three years of age and their families to promote the growth and development of infants and toddlers with developmental delays. Serving residents of Burrillville, Cumberland, Foster, Glocester, Johnson, Lincoln, North Providence, North Smithfield, Scituate, Smithfield and Woonsocket
Services Provided: Services are provided by a team of qualified professionals working in partnership with the family to ensure the best possible service provision.
Services include:
Comprehensive child & family assessment
Assistive technology services & referrals
Nutrition services
Occupational therapy
Physical therapy
Speech/language therapy
Child & parent group

Community Care Alliance Early Intervention program
245 Main Street
Woonsocket, RI 02895
Provider Profiles: A comprehensive community support agency that provides over 50 programs that range from home visiting and basic needs to substance abuse treatment. The other listing contains information on additional programs beyond Early Intervention. Intervention.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 4/5/2017
Organization Name: Rhode Island Parent Information Network
Address: 1210 Pontiac Avenue
RI 02920
Phone: 401-270-0101
Toll Free Phone: 855-747-3224
Eligibility: Statewide
Services Provided: Rhode Island Parent Information Network (RIPIN) provides:
• Live answer call center during business hours, return calls within two business days
• Care coordination and service linkage for families with children with special health care needs
• Support for families navigating the special education process for children with special needs through our Parent Training and Information Center [http://www.parentcenterhub.org/]
• Support for families navigating transition to adult services for young adults with special needs
• Support for families with children with special health care needs through our Cedar Family Center

• Connection to Family Voices and Family-to-Family information and peer support groups [http://www.familyvoices.org/]
• Help with access to health care and health insurance including Healthsource RI, Medicaid, Medicare, and more
• Services provided in English and Spanish
Provider Profiles: Our mission is to assist individuals, parents, families, and children to achieve their goals for health, education, and socio-economic well-being by providing information, training, education, support and advocacy for person/family centered care and system change.

RIPIN’s staff are Certified Community Health Workers who have navigated health care and/or education systems for themselves or a loved one allowing for the inclusion of a peer perspective to our support to families.
Location:
RI Parent Information Network
1210 Pontiac Avenue
Cranston, RI 02920
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 7/3/2019
Organization Name: The Autism Project
Address: 1516 Atwood Avenue
RI 02919
Phone: 401-785-2666
Fax: 401-785-2272
Eligibility: All are welcome.
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Services Provided: Professional Training
Program, classroom and individual consultation
Parent Education Series and Support
Grandparent Support Groups
Social Skill Groups
Summer Camp
Advocacy
Provider Profiles: The Autism Project is a ‘Hub of Hope’ that connects people—with a spectrum of needs—to the available resources and education that support independent and purposeful lives.
Autism Project
1516 Atwood AVenue
Johnston, RI 02919
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 7/13/2018
Early Intervention
203 Concord Street Suite 335
Pawtucket, RI 02860
Phone: 401-525-2380
Organization Name: The Groden Center , Inc
Address: Early Intervention
203 Concord Street Suite 335
Pawtucket, RI 02860
Phone: 401-525-2380
Eligibility: Eligibility indicates that the child has one or more developmental challenges or diagnostic conditions that are associated with developmental delays. Coverage areas include: Barrington, Bristol, Burrillville, Central Falls, Coventry, Cranston, Cumberland, East Greenwich, East Providence, Foster, Glocester, Johnston, Lincoln, North Kingstown, North Providence, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, Providence, Scituate, Smithfield, Warren, Warwick, West Warwick and Woonsocket.
Services Provided: 1. Full-service EIP: The Groden Center EIP is one of 9 full-service early intervention providers in the state of Rhode Island serving eligible children under the age of three who have been diagnosed with a developmental disability or who may have a developmental delay.

2. Specialty EI provider for children with autism and other behavioral challenges

Groden Center Early Intervention
203 Concord Street, Suite 335
Pawtucket, RI 02860
Provider Profiles: The mission of the Groden Center Early Intervention Program (EIP) is to provide eligible infants and toddlers and their families the supports and services needed to improve outcomes written in the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). We provide these services in a caring, supportive and knowledgeable manner, respecting the dignity of each child and family enrolled in the program.

The Groden Center has an additional directory listing that has information on other programs.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 3/29/2019

Cranston, RI

1210 Pontiac Avenue
Cranston, RI 02920
Phone: 401-270-0101
Organization Name: RI Parent Information Network
Address: 1210 Pontiac Avenue
Cranston, RI 02920
Phone: 401-270-0101
Languages Spoken: Spanish
Eligibility: Families of children birth to age 21 having 2 or more chronic conditions or have one chronic condition and are at risk of developing a second. Children having a severe mental illness or severe emotional disturbance Medical Assistance Coverage ( Medical Assistance, RIte Care or RIte Share)
Services Provided: A Cedar Family Center is a site that provides evolving, family centered, intensive care management and coordination in order to assist families in reaching their full potential and thrive in their own communities.
Provider Profiles: Our mission is to assist individuals, parents, families, and children to achieve their goals for health, education, and socio-economic well-being by providing information, training, education, support and advocacy for person/family centered care and system change.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 12/14/2016

Pawtucket, RI

Address: 32 Goff Avenue
Pawtucket, RI 02860
Phone: 401-723-4520
Services Provided: The Blackstone Valley Community Action Program provides a number of services to its clients from Basic Needs, energy heating assistance to job training.
Programs and services for families include:
Family Programs including Home Visiting programs Parents as Teachers (PAT) and Healthy Families America [http://bvcap.org/family-services/]
Rhode Island Works and Education and Job Training Programs [http://bvcap.org/education-and-job-training/]
Basic Needs including food pantry and Project undercover(diapers) [http://bvcap.org/emergency-services/]
Provider Profiles: The Blackstone Valley Community Action Program (BVCAP) is a non-profit agency and a member of the nation-wide network of Community Action Programs. Our mission is to assist low-moderate income people and empower them to become self-reliant, responsible citizens. Our programs are funded through federal, state and local grants.

Multiple Locations
BVCAP Community Center
210 West Avenue
Pawtucket, RI 02860
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30AM – 4PM
Phone: 401-475-5071

Woonsocket Office
Woonsocket Senior Center
84 Social Street
Woonsocket, RI 02895
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30AM – 4PM

Phone: 401-766-3734
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 2/14/2019

Providence, RI

Organization Name: Center for Southeast Asians
Address: 270 Elmwood Avenue
Providence, RI 02907
Phone: 401-274-8811
Fax: 401-274-8877
Email: info@cseari.org
Services Provided: Affordable Care Act Assistance
Meals on Wheels
Victim Assistance Program
Volunteer Income Tax Preparation
Education programs include:
English as a second language


International Language Bank (ILB) is a fee-for-service program that provides in-person interpretation, document translations, over-the-phone interpreting, and 24-hour emergency services by qualified experts. These services are offered to all members in our community who need assistance bridging the language barriers between providers/clients. We are currently offering over 30 different languages 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. ILB is the sole proprietor of CSEA. Proceeds from the ILB goes to support CSEA’s other community-based programs.
Provider Profiles: The mission of the Center for Southeast Asians (CSEA) is to promote the prosperity, heritage and leadership of Southeast Asians in Rhode Island
CSEA provides a wide variety of services, with an office in our own building in South Providence where there is the highest concentration of Southeast Asian residents.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 8/6/2019
Organization Name: Family Service of Rhode Island
Address: 134 Thurbers Avenue
Providence, RI 02905
Phone: 401-519-2280
Languages Spoken: Spanish
Eligibility: Serving Residents of Providence, Central Falls, Pawtucket and Cranston. Eligibility requirements depends on the program, contact main number.
Services Provided: Services and Programs include:
Early Intervention-listed independently
Trauma Informed Treatment
Outpatient Counseling for adults, children and Families
School based Counseling in Providence Schools
Walking School Bus
Home visiting programs First Connections and Healthy Families Rhode Island(part of Healthy Families America) [https://www.familyserviceri.org/pre-natal-early-childhood-support]

Family Care Community Partnerships (FCCP) Serving families with children under age 18 (up to 21 in certain cases) at risk of involvement with the Department of Children, Youth and Families. Family Service of Rhode Island leads a six-agency partnership providing wraparound services to families in Central Falls, Cranston, Pawtucket and Providence. Family Service of Rhode Island is a member of the Washington Kent FCCP serving Washington and Kent Counties. To contact: (401) 789-3016.

Family Coaching and Visitation Center Providing coaching and supervised visitation for children and families who have suffered maltreatment. Families learn new relationship skills in the context of a home environment. Parent education groups and parent-child play groups are offered. Referrals through DCYF.
Provider Profiles: Family Service of Rhode Island is one of the oldest and largest non-profit human service agencies in Rhode Island.There are a number of locations and programs. See website for specific information.

Offices are located in Providence, with children's residential treatment facilities in Smithfield, North Smithfield, and East Providence.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 7/2/2019
Address: Rhode Island College
600 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Providence, RI 02908
Phone: 401-456-8072
TDD: 800-745-5555
Fax: 401-456-8150
Languages Spoken: Spanish via RI Relay 711 or (866) 355-9241
Eligibility: Statewide
Services Provided: Services Provided:
• Technical assistance and training in the areas of Early Intervention, infant mental health and trauma-based care practices, inclusive practices in schools, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports and Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports in schools, learners with low incidence disabilities (vision, hearing, deaf-blindness), transition from high school, and community-based employment strategies for youth and adults.
• Services include:
o Instruction and mobility services to children who are blind or visually impaired.
o Educational Advocates for students with disabilities who are in state care.
o Benefits counseling and assistance for Social Security beneficiaries.
o Family support and navigation of services.
o Support group for self-directed support users (DDD)
o Plan writing for self-directed support users (DDD).
o Support for parents with intellectual disabilities.
o Support to students in post-secondary education.
Provider Profiles: Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities, founded at Rhode Island College in 1993, is a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD). UCEDDs are evidence driven and designed to advance policies, practices, and research that improve the health, education, social, and economic well-being of people with disabilities, their families, and their communities. There are 67 UCEDD programs in the United States. This national network is administered through the United States Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Developmental Disabilities.
The Sherlock Center partners with state and national agencies, schools, institutions of higher education and community providers to implement its core functions: preservice preparation, services (including technical assistance, community education, and direct services), research, and information dissemination. As of 2016, the Sherlock Center is a LEND (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities) Program.
Areas of Emphasis:
Early Childhood and Education
Inclusion and Community Membership
Low Incidence Disabilities
Self-Determination
Transition, Employment and Adult Life
Workforce and Professional Development
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 5/5/2017
Organization Name: Comprehensive Community Action
Address: Providence Skills Center
31 Providence Place
Providence, RI
Phone: 401-400-6035
Eligibility: youth in school ages 14-21 youth and young adults out of school ages 16-24
Services Provided: Intake and Assessment
- Application for service
- Vocational interest inventory
- Academic assesment

Job Skills
- Resume writing
- Applications
- Mock Interviews

Academic Services
- Pre-GED
- Remediation
- GED

Case Management
- Facilitation of services
- Referral to outside providers

Follow-up Services
- Tracking for status once services are complete
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 8/16/2017
Organization Name: Hasbro Children's Hospital
Address: P.O. Box 122
593 Eddy Street
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: 401-444-7563
Fax: 401-444-7018
Eligibility: If you are 13-18 years old and live with a chronic medical illness, you may be eligible to join TALC! We accept new TALC members year round.
Services Provided: The Adolescent Leadership Council ( TALC) ages 13-18 The Adolescent Leadership Council (TALC) strives to prepare teenagers for the transition to adulthood and independence by providing them with mentors they can relate to. Meets monthly during school year plus a yearly overnight summer leadership camp and other events.
TALC Jr. TALC Jr. is a program for 8 to 12 year olds and their parents that meets every other month throughout the school year. TALC Jr. has the same goals as TALC but is for younger kids. Some of the teens in TALC act as mentors for TALC Jr

TALC Parent Council - focuses on a topic related to their child’s chronic illness. The group is facilitated by medical residents. At least one college age mentor (who lives with a chronic illness) joins the parent group every month to give the perspective of a young adult who has an illness and has recently transitioned from high school to college.
Provider Profiles: Transitioning from childhood to being a teenager, to the independence of young adulthood is challenging. Consider what it would be like to cope with typical teen angst and have to manage a chronic illness as well.
For teens with a variety of chronic medical conditions such as asthma, diabetes, lupus, cancer, sickle cell anemia, Crohn’s disease, and epilepsy, they don’t have to do it alone. The Adolescent Leadership Council (TALC) provides a forum for adolescents ages 13-18 who are managing a chronic illness to interact with peers who are going through similar experiences and to meet college-age mentors who also have a chronic illness. Through programming, TALC members gain insights and perspective along with the confidence and advocacy skills needed to navigate their medical circumstance in the short- and long-term.
TALC teens meet monthly during the academic year, participate in social and art-related events, attend an annual team-building retreat and an annual overnight summer leadership camp. TALC also serves as the official “Youth Advisory Council” for the hospital.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 10/15/2018
45 Gay Street
Providence, RI 02905
Phone: 401-274-4447
Organization Name: Ronald McDonald House Charities
Address: 45 Gay Street
Providence, RI 02905
Phone: 401-274-4447
Eligibility: The Ronald McDonald House of Providence provides a home-away-from-home for families of children receiving over-night care at area hospitals or out patient treatment 2-3 times per week. Families of pregnant woman in need of long term hospitalization also welcome .
Services Provided: 18 guest rooms with bathrooms
fully stocked kitchen
laundry facilities
dinner prepared each night
shuttle service to hospitals
Provider Profiles: Each year nearly 300 families stay at the Ronald McDonald House of Providence and an additional 1,900 enjoy the comforts of the Family Room.

We support families with children from birth to 21 years old who are hospitalized or receive major medical treatment at nearby hospitals.

The Ronald McDonald House of Providence provides programs that directly improve the health and well-being of hospitalized children and their families. Our programs allow families to spend additional time with a sick child, help ease financial burdens, provide a sense of normalcy and keep families together during times of medical crisis. Siblings and families are welcome to also stay.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 8/16/2017

Wakefield, RI

Organization Name: Tri-County Community Action Agency
Address: 1935 Kingstown Road
Wakefield, RI 02879
Phone: 401-789-3016
Toll Free Phone: 800-432-2605
Eligibility: Residents of Washington County and West Greenwich. Program participation are subject to eligiblity requirements
Services Provided: Head Start and Early Head Start
Joyful Learning Child Academy
Family Care Community Partnership (FCCP)
Senior and Disabled Adult Services
Heating Assistance (by appointment)
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
Provider Profiles: Tri-County Community Action Program has 12 sites in multiple communities throughout the State of Rhode Island.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 10/22/2018

Warwick, RI

Address: 3445 Post Road
Warwick, RI 02905
Phone: 401-739-2700
Eligibility: The programs at Trudeau have eligibility requirements
Services Provided: The J.Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center provides a wide range of comprehensive services for all ages including
Early Intervention-listed on a separate Directory entry
Pathways Strategic Teaching Center's school for children with autism
Community Supports and Home Based Services
Crayons Therapeutic Child Care Center and KIDSCONNECT provider
Recreation services
Respite
Vocational training and supported employment
Provider Profiles: Our mission is to promote an enhanced quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 2/8/2018
Organization Name: Parent Support Network of RI
Address: 535 Centerville Road, Suite 202
Warwick, RI 02886
Phone: 401-467-6855
Toll Free Phone: 800-483-8844
Fax: 401-467-6903
Eligibility: Statewide
Services Provided: Workshops and Training's
Peer to Peer systems navigation support
Support Groups
Youth Group-Youth Speaking Out and Y.O.U.T.H. Move RI
Resource Center
Advocacy
Fatherhood Initiative and Support Group
Provider Profiles: Statewide: Parent Support Network of RI is an organization of families supporting families with children, youth and young adults who experience or at risk for serious behavioral health challenges.
We are a voice for the behavioral health of children, youth, siblings, and families. We believe we can and will make a difference through systems transformation so children and youth can live at home or in their community, receive effective services and supports that respect and consider their cultures and strengths, and respond to their individual and family needs.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 6/27/2018

Westerly, RI

Organization Name: Westerly School District
Address: Tower Street Community Center
93 Tower Street
Westerly, RI 02891
Phone: 401-348-2733
Eligibility: Residents of Westerly School district
Services Provided: Westerly Parent Academy [https://www.westerly.k12.ri.us/domain/2240]
Parents as Teachers program [https://www.westerly.k12.ri.us/domain/2241]
Before/after school child care 401-348-2788
Tower Street Community center is a open site for summer meals. It is open to anyone 18 years and younger and no paperwork is required.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 9/11/2018

Woonsocket, RI

46 Hope Street
Woonsocket, RI 02895
Phone: 401-766-3384 x210
Organization Name: Connecting for Children and Families
Address: 46 Hope Street
Woonsocket, RI 02895
Phone: 401-766-3384 x210
Services Provided: Home Visiting Program Parents as Teachers
Child Care Center
Before/After School Child Care
Basic Needs
Provider Profiles: Established in 1995 with funding from the Rhode Island Foundation, Connecting for Children and Families (CCF) is a community-based, non-profit organization located in Woonsocket, one of Rhode Island’s core urban cities. Our mission, to transform the lives of Woonsocket children through high quality educational opportunities and family support, is accomplished through strong community partnerships and advocacy.
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 2/1/2017

Nationwide

Address: 35 Halsey Street 4th Floor
Newark, NJ 07102
Email: jwilson@spannj.org
Eligibility: Those who serve families of children with disabilities.
Services Provided: Serves as a central resource of information and products to the community of Parent Training Information (PTI) Centers and the Community Parent Resource Centers (CPRCs), so that they can focus their efforts on serving families of children with disabilities.
Original Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 6/17/2019
Address: 201 Chicago Avenue, Unit 200
Minneapolis, MN 55415
Eligibility: For patients or caregivers, advocacy groups, health care providers, and supporters.
Services Provided: CNF Family Support and Empowerment Program (FSEP) offers families a direct connection with an experienced, compassionate Peer Support Specialist to help navigate the journey of disease diagnosis, treatment, and management for a child living with a neurologic condition. Includes: Transition of Care, Infantile Spasms Awareness, Respite Care, Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy, Grants and Scholarships, Webinars
Provider Profiles: National, web-based locator for services
Original Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 4/8/2019
PO Box 37188
Albuquerque, NM 87176
Phone: 505-872-4774
Address: PO Box 37188
Albuquerque, NM 87176
Phone: 505-872-4774
Toll Free Phone: 888-835-5669
Fax: 505-872-4780
Services Provided: Family Voices is a national, nonprofit, family-led organization promoting quality health care for all children and youth, particularly those with special health care needs. Working with family leaders and professional partners at the local, state, regional, and national levels since 1992, Family Voices has brought a respected family perspective to improving health care programs and policies and ensuring that health care systems include, listen to, and honor the voices of families.
Provider Profiles: Family Voices does not provide financial aid and is not a direct service provider. Contact Family Voices in your state.
Original Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 5/15/2019
9605 Medical Center Dr Suite 280
Rockville, MD 20850
Phone: 240-403-1901
Address: 9605 Medical Center Dr Suite 280
Rockville, MD 20850
Phone: 240-403-1901
Fax: 240-403-1909
Services Provided: We are a national family-run organization dedicated exclusively to helping children with mental health needs and their families achieve a better quality of life. Provide leadership to develop and sustain a nationwide network of family-run organizations. Focus the passion and cultural diversity of our membership to be a potent force for changing how systems respond to children with mental health needs and their families. Help policy-makers, agencies, and providers become more effective in delivering services and supports that foster healthy emotional development for all children.
Original Source: MedHome Portal
Last Updated: 8/2/2018
3701 San Mateo Blvd. NE, Suite 103
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Phone: 505-872-4774
Organization Name: Family Voices
Address: 3701 San Mateo Blvd. NE, Suite 103
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Phone: 505-872-4774
Toll Free Phone: 888-835-5669
Fax: 505-872-4780
Services Provided: Promotes a holistic, culturally relevant approach to health and wellness for all families and children including those with special healthcare needs and disabilities, with resources for children and families. IMPACT is a project of national Family Voices.
Original Source: MedHome Portal
Last Updated: 2/1/2018
Organization Name: Kansas University
Address: KS
Phone: 202-448-1448
Email: JHJP@dcqualitytrust.org
Eligibility: Persons with Developmental Disabilities and their families
Services Provided: Works to ensure that input is obtained from all relevant stakeholder groups including older adults, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), family members, advocates, professionals and providers.
Features a locator map to identify Developmental Disabilities statutes, presentations, and policy discussions. Resources library: Guardianship and Alternatives, Education and Transition Planning
Provider Profiles: A project of Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities, Burton Blatt Institute, Syracuse University, and Life Span Institute, University of Kansas (housing the Beach Center on Disability and the Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities)
Original Source: MedHome Portal
Last Updated: 12/19/2018
Address: 8161 Normandale Blvd.
Bloomington, MN 55437
Phone: 952-838-9000
Toll Free Phone: 800-537-2237
Services Provided: Champions for children with disabilities, Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights, PACER Center expands opportunities and enhances the quality of life of children and young adults with disabilities and their families. PACER is staffed primarily by parents of children with disabilities and works in coalition with 18 disability organizations. A significant Learning Center, Resources, and specifically for Students and Young Adults.
Original Source: MedHome Portal
Last Updated: 8/2/2018
2030 M St. NW, Suite 350
Washington, DC 20036
Address: 2030 M St. NW, Suite 350
Washington, DC 20036
Email: memberinfo@p2pusa.org
Services Provided: Emotional and informational support for families of children who have special needs, Parent to Parent-USA (P2P-USA) is a national nonprofit organization committed to assuring access and quality in Parent to Parent support across the country. This site highlights state's organizations that have parent to parent support as a core program and are committed to implementing evidence-based practices.
Original Source: MedHome Portal
Last Updated: 10/23/2018
6512 23rd Ave NW, Unit 213
Seattle, WA 98117
Phone: 206-297-6368
Address: 6512 23rd Ave NW, Unit 213
Seattle, WA 98117
Phone: 206-297-6368
Fax: 509-752-6789
Email: donmeyer@siblingsupport.org
Services Provided: A national program dedicated to the interests of brothers and sisters of people with special health and developmental needs.
Provider Profiles: A Kindering Center program
Original Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 8/6/2019