OLYMPIA, WA -- Eleven programs were awarded funding from the Community Based Child Abuse Prevention (CBCAP) federal funding source for the 2016/2017 fiscal year.
"This year's recipients serve hundreds of Washington families," said Greg Williamson, Assistant Director at the Washington State Department of Early Learning. "These community organizations ensure that families have the social and emotional tools they need to keep their children healthy and safe."
Each grantee organization offers services to support some, if not all, of Strengthening Families Protective Factor Framework:
Knowledge of parenting and child development,
Concrete support in times of need and
Social and emotional competence of children/nurturing and attachment.
The programs awarded serve low income families, provide educational support services, match children with special needs to services, aid homeless families, promote prevention of child maltreatment and more.
This year's recipients include:
Parent Trust for Washington Children, King County
Ukrainian Community Center of Washington, King County
Families Together for People with Disabilities, Whitman County
American Indian Community Center, Spokane
First Step Family Support Center, Clallam County
Housing Hope, Snohomish County
South Sound Parent to Parent, Thurston County
Volunteers of America of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, Spokane County
The NW Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian & Gay Survivors of Abuse, King County
Perinatal Support of Washington, King, Grays Harbor, Pierce and Yakima Counties
San Juan Island Family Resource Center, San Juan County
Denotes first-year program grantee.
For more information on CBCAP and grantees, visit Strengthening Families Washington.
About DEL: The Department of Early Learning was created in 2006 to help all Washington children reach their full potential. DEL oversees the state-funded preschool program, child care licensing and subsidies, early intervention services, and other initiatives and programs to support parents as children's first and most important teachers. For more information, go to www.del.wa.gov.Attached Media Files: Word document with hyperlinks