Parent Child +

Location

3800 S Myrtle St
Seattle, WA 98118
United States

Hours

No Hours Available.

Contact

Program Coordinator
Ayan Warsame
Program Coordinator
Muntaha Omar
Program Manager
Debra Monroe
An educational home visiting program for families with children between 16 months and 2 1/2 years old.

Help your child learn through play! YWCA's Parent Child + offers the opportunity to bring school readiness to your child in the comfort of your home.

Our early learning specialists will visit with you and your child twice a week for 30 minutes. Each week your child will receive a free book or toy.

Parent Child + specialists speak English, Somali, and Tigrinya.

Services Offered

Youth Development

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