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Dads M.O.V.E. seeks to provide every parent/caregiver (especially dads) with the tools, support, and training needed to be fully engaged in the recovery of their children.

Parent to Parent matches parents of children with special needs to parents with similar experiences. This peer-supporting-peer program offers parental emotional support, connection to community services, social and recreational events, and more.

Wraparound with Intensive Services, or WISe, is an approach to helping children, youth, and their families with intensive mental health care. Services are available in home and community settings and offer a system of care based on the individualized need of the child or youth. WISe is a voluntary service that takes a team approach to support you and your family in meeting your goals.

The Children’s Long-term Inpatient Program (CLIP) is the only publicly funded, long-term inpatient program for youth in Washington State where youth ages 5-17 years old may be voluntarily committed and those from 13-17 years old may be involuntarily committed. Four CLIP inpatient psychiatric facilities have a total of 94 funded beds.

SAMHSA’s Talk. They Hear you Campaign SAMHSA’s national youth substance use prevention campaign

“What Parents Are Saying”Podcast provides a platform for parents and caregivers to get informed, be prepared, and take action by having open and honest conversations with their kids about substance use and mental health.

AAP Parenting WebsiteThe American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and its member pediatricians dedicate their efforts and resources to the health, safety, and well-being of infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.

Family Education and Support Services partnering with parents to help them build the skills and confidence they need to make sure kids have safe and healthy childhoods.