Resources for Parents

The CHERISH program is familiar with the following resources. For the most current information, please contact each resource directly. If you are receiving CHERISH services and need assistance with resources, contact your CHERISH team.

CHERISH Services for Parents: English | Spanish

Transition Toolkit: English | Spanish

Transition Toolkit Supporting Materials:

“All About Me” created by County of San Diego/Health Human Services Agency/Child Welfare Services. “This is my story” created by Washington State Department of Social and Health Services.

Early Supports for Infants and Toddlers available in King County.

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The Family Help Line is a toll-free number from anywhere in Washington State, available to parents, caregivers, and anyone who has an interest or questions about a child in their community.

Weekly drop-in virtual parent support group.

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The Alliance received federal funding to invite parents to participate in the caregiver training courses they offer.

Note that these training courses cannot be counted toward court-ordered services.

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The Parents for Parents program connects parents who have successfully navigated the child welfare system to parents who have recently become engaged with Child Protective Services.

Connect with the Parent for Parents Program in King County.

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