Family Resources

Linking families and teachers to regional and community agencies and helpful resource documents to support high quality Early Learning.

Click on the names below to view their websites or click on the document listed.

Partner Agencies

4 People

Children's Alliance

Community Minded Enterprises

DCYF ECEAP & Head Start

DCYF Family, Friends & Neighbor Care

CCS Head-Start/ECEAP/Early Head-Start

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)

NAEYC - For Families website link

Parent Help 123

Parent Trust for Washington Children

Rural Resources

Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners (SNAP)

State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI)

Talaris Institute

Washington Apple Health for Kids

Washington Association for the Education of Young Children (WAEYC)

Washington Department of Health (Immunization program)

Washington State Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF)

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS)

Zero to Three

Helpful Resource Documents

Early Learning and Development Guidelines

Widely Held Expectations for Entering Kindergarteners

School District Early Learning, DAC, WaKIDS Contacts

Early Achievers Standards

ECEAP Performance Standards 2023-2024 school year

United Way and Dolly Parton's Imagination Library

Spokane County: to register, go to:

If you don't live within Spokane County, you can still sign up! You can find out if there is The Imagination Library where you live by visiting:

File your taxes for free in Spokane! Sponsored by ARP Foundation and Washington Trust Bank.

Most tax preparation sites are by appointment only. Call (509) 353-4851 to make an appointment. Meeting places are listed below: 

Argonne Library - 4223 N Argonne Rd; Cheney Library - 610 1st Street; Northeast Community Center - 4001 N Cook Street; Medical Lake City Hall - 124 S Lefevre Street (no appointment needed); Moran Prairie Library - 6004 S Regal Street; Spokane Valley Library - 22 N Herald Road

Summer 2024 EBT

Families in participating states will receive $40 per eligible child each month of summer in addition to the availability of free summer meal programs. 

Check out the USDA Summer EBT website for more details. 


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