Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program, Snohomish County Human Services |
|The Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) is a free preschool program serving low-income children and families, providing quality educational experiences that cultivate the potential of the whole child, and by providing access to health, nutrition and family supports.
Early Head Start |
|North Snohomish County (Sultan, Granite Falls, Marysville and Arlington Only): 425-388-6439
Everett: 425-712-9000, ext. 4503
Free program for children, prenatal to 3 years; home visits to promote the growth and development of infants and toddlers. For pregnant women and families on a limited income; children with a diagnosed disability or special need also eligible. Special consideration may be given to parents under age 21, homeless families, or foster children.
Head Start |
Phone: 425-712-9000, ext. 4503
|Monroe, Everett, Lynwood and Edmonds only.
Free preschool program for children 3 to 5 years old in a classroom setting. For pregnant women and families on a limited income; children with a diagnosed disability or special need also eligible. Special consideration may be given to parents under age 21, homeless families, or foster children.
Healthy Start |
Phone: 425-844-9669, ext. 102
|South County to Casino Road; East to Monroe
This if for home visits, parenting education, developmental screening, and support groups for first time parents who are 22 years old or younger and whose child is no more than 6 months old at enrollment. The services continue until the child’s third birthday.
Lutheran Community Services |
|Familias Unidas/South Everett Neighborhood Center: 425-513-2880
Family Center of South SnoCo/Lynnwood: 425-670-8984
Lake Stevens Family Center/Gf Outreach: 425-397-7433
Information, referrals, parenting classes, early learning support, help accessing services, education and skill-building classes, foster care and adoption services. Lake Stevens Family Center and Granite Falls Outreach site provide basic needs assistance for teen parents: diapers, baby food, formula, etc.
Volunteers of America (VOA) |
|Dial 211 for the resource information line.
Basic Need and Emergency Services: 425-259-3191, ext. 1300
Care Crisis Response Line: 800-584-3578 (help identify the best way through a crisis)
Care crisis response, emergency, and basic needs resource referral, Everett and Sultan food banks, and parenting classes.
Mill Creek: 425-337-0123
Youth events, programs, and family support programs.