Early Learning

Elevate early learning! Our programs empower educators, enhance childcare quality, and support families in need. Join us to shape young minds and build brighter futures!

Programs

Early Achievers

Transform your child care program with Early Achievers! Partnering with providers statewide, we elevate quality through Washington’s QRIS. Our coaching, development, and resources empower you to nurture each child’s growth.

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Professional Development for Early Learning Educators

Tailored for early learning educators of all levels, our diverse classes offer top-notch, budget-friendly, and culturally responsive education. Elevate your skills and join a community dedicated to excellence in early childhood education.

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Early Childhood Education & Assistance Program

Early Childhood Education Assistance Program is Washington’s free pre-K program uplifting 3- and 4-year-olds from income qualified families. We offer comprehensive early childhood education, including nutrition, healthcare, and family support.

 

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Kinside

Unlock the power of Kinside for licensed providers in Spokane County and the Tri-Cities area – completely free! Thanks to generous funding from the City of Spokane, the Women Helping Women Fund, and the Washington State Department of Commerce, licensed Non-Standard care hours providers can now access Kinside at no cost

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Provider Retention Grant

The provider Retention Grant, generously funded by the City of Spokane, is designed to empower child care providers like you in recruiting and retaining your workforce.

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Community-Minded

Early Learning

Our Early Learning programs empower educators, enhance childcare quality, and support families in need. Join us to shape young minds and build brighter futures!

Programs

Early Achievers

Transform your child care program with Early Achievers! Partnering with providers statewide, we elevate quality through Washington’s QRIS. Our coaching, development, and resources empower you to nurture each child’s growth.

LEARN MORE

Professional Development for Early Learning Educators

Tailored for early learning educators of all levels, our diverse classes offer top-notch, budget-friendly, and culturally responsive education. Elevate your skills and join a community dedicated to excellence in early childhood education.

LEARN MORE

Early Childhood Education & Assistance Program

Early Childhood Education Assistance Program is Washington’s free pre-K program uplifting 3- and 4-year-olds from income qualified families. We offer comprehensive early childhood education, including nutrition, healthcare, and family support.

 

LEARN MORE

Kinside

Unlock the power of Kinside for licensed providers in Spokane County and the Tri-Cities area – completely free! Thanks to generous funding from the City of Spokane, the Women Helping Women Fund, and the Washington State Department of Commerce, licensed Non-Standard care hours providers can now access Kinside at no cost

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Provider Retention Grant

The provider Retention Grant, generously funded by the City of Spokane, is designed to empower child care providers like you in recruiting and retaining your workforce.

LEARN MORE

Recovery Support

We offer the essential support and resources needed to ensure every individual is equipped for success on their unique journey of recovery.

Programs

Recovery Café

The Recovery Café provides a haven for those navigating the complexities of recovery. From a friendly chat over a meal to attending classes and joining recovery circles, the Recovery Café provides connection and stability. Whether you’re taking your first step or continuing the path, our doors are open, and all are welcome.

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Opioid & Substance Abuse Response

Through the State Opioid Response (SOR) and Substance Abuse Block Grant (SABG) initiatives, we offer wraparound services tailored to your needs. Our specialists provide access to a wide range of resources, including transportation, peer mentoring, employment assistance, mental health support, and more. Let us help you create a personalized support plan!

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Child Care Assistance Program

The Child Care Assistance Program, or CCAP, offers quality childcare to parents or guardians recieving outpatient treatment for substance use disorders. CCAP enables parents to participate in treatment groups and individual or group support meetings, all while knowing their child is being cared for by qualified caregivers.

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Play & Learn Groups

Play & Learn is a dynamic program designed to bring families together in a nurturing environment. Our activities cater to children aged birth to 5 and include engaging options like arts & crafts, story time, games, and access to valuable family resources. Through these sessions, families are empowered to foster healthy relationships, support children’s development, and lay the foundation for their future success in both school and life.

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Plan To Work

Plan to Work is a Washington State benefit planning project designed for individuals currently receiving disability benefits from Social Security. If you’re currently receiving disability benefits and want to work, Plan to Work offers support and guidance on how employment may impact benefits and identifying incentives to support your career goals.

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Foundational Community Support

Foundational Community Support, or FCS, is a program designed for individuals who are facing behavioral or physical health challenges. Through FCS, participants receive personalized support starting with their housing and employment coordinator. Together, you and your care team, including doctors, counselors, caretakers, and family members, will collaborate to set goals and determine the services needed to achieve them.

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Community-Minded

Recovery Support

We offer the essential support and resources needed to ensure individuals are equipped for success on their unique journey of recovery.

Programs

Recovery Café

The Recovery Café provides a haven for those navigating the complexities of recovery. From a friendly chat over a meal to attending classes and joining recovery circles, the Recovery Café provides connection and stability. Whether you’re taking your first step or continuing the path, our doors are open, and all are welcome.

LEARN MORE

Opioid & Substance Abuse Response

Through the State Opioid Response (SOR) and Substance Abuse Block Grant (SABG) initiatives, we offer wraparound services tailored to your needs. Our specialists provide access to a wide range of resources, including transportation, peer mentoring, employment assistance, mental health support, and more. Let us help you create a personalized support plan!

LEARN MORE

Child Care Assistance Program

The Child Care Assistance Program, or CCAP, offers quality childcare to parents or guardians recieving outpatient treatment for substance use disorders. CCAP enables parents to participate in treatment groups and individual or group support meetings, all while knowing their child is being cared for by qualified caregivers.

LEARN MORE

Play & Learn Groups

Play & Learn is a dynamic program designed to bring families together in a nurturing environment. Our activities cater to children aged birth to 5 and include engaging options like arts & crafts, story time, games, and access to valuable family resources. Through these sessions, families are empowered to foster healthy relationships, support children’s development, and lay the foundation for their future success in both school and life.

LEARN MORE

Plan To Work

Plan to Work is a Washington State benefit planning project designed for individuals currently receiving disability benefits from Social Security. If you’re currently receiving disability benefits and want to work, Plan to Work offers support and guidance on how employment may impact benefits and identifying incentives to support your career goals.

LEARN MORE

Foundational Community Support

Foundational Community Support, or FCS, is a program designed for individuals who are facing behavioral or physical health challenges. Through FCS, participants receive personalized support starting with their housing and employment coordinator. Together, you and your care team, including doctors, counselors, caretakers, and family members, will collaborate to set goals and determine the services needed to achieve them.

LEARN MORE