Family Resource Center

The FamilyWorks Resource Center is a warm and inviting place where families and individuals are welcomed and encouraged to participate in programs designed to support and enhance a nurturing and vibrant community.

Our staff and volunteers provide individual support, skill building, and resource information to people and families in our community for free.

Location & Hours

Family Resource Center


1005 NE 67th St
Seattle, WA 98115


(206) 647-1790


Wed: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Fri: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

We are located in the breezeway of the Cedar Crossing apartments, next door to the Roosevelt Light Rail Station.

For more information about the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program, please call (206) 477-2335.

Have a question? Call the Family Resource Center main line at (206) 647-1790.

Our Family Programs

Indoor Playgroups

Children from birth to 5 years old and their caregiver are welcome to attend our playgroups, where we come together to play, sing, read, eat snacks and build community! Playgroups are led by a FamilyWorks staff member or volunteer, and are hosted indoors in our playroom with limited capacity.

We have English and Spanish (Kaleidoscope Play and Learn group) playgroups that are welcome to everyone. Participating in all playgroups is completely free!

By participating in playgroups, children learn social and developmental skills, caregivers and parents gain knowledge in child development and fun, age-appropriate activities, and we all get an opportunity to meet new people and build a supportive community network.

Anyone is free to drop-in to our playgroups!

Kaleidoscope Play & Learn Groups

Spanish PlaygroupTuesdays, 10:00 am – 11:30 am
English PlaygroupThursdays, 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Click the button below to view our calendar for upcoming playgroups!

Community Connector (Resources & Referrals)

Looking for some assistance accessing resources outside of FamilyWorks? Our Community Connectors can refer and connect you to resources such as:

  • Rental Assistance
  • Utility Discount Programs
  • ORCA Lift
  • …and more!

Meet with a Community Connector during their drop-in hours:

At the Family Resource Center
Wednesdays: 2 – 5pm
Fridays: 9am – 12pm

Wallingford Food Bank
Tuesdays: 12 – 2pm
Thursdays: 3 – 6pm
Fridays: 11am – 1pm

Or, reach out via the contact info below to schedule a 30-minute, one-on-one appointment with a Community Connector and find the benefits and programs that are right for you!

Contact Info:
Anisa Nun (Somali and Spanish speaking):

Phone – (206) 647-1772

Virtual Parenting Classes & Workshops

We offer free parenting classes each year along with a variety of workshops related to child growth and development. The parenting classes and workshops are free to participants (except for a small fee if a parenting book is required, with scholarships available for those unable to pay for the book), and will take place virtually via video chat.

These classes require that all participants register before attending by calling our office (206) 647-1780.

Community & Empowerment Programs

Skill-Building, Field Trips, & Participant-Led Programs

Through partnerships with organizations throughout Seattle, we provide opportunities for families and individuals to build resiliency. Whether it be participant-led cooking classes, Up-Close encounters with Woodland Park Zoo animals, or a trip to the museum, these programs contribute to a strong, caring community.

For the time being, all Community & Empowerment Programs will take place outdoors in socially distanced environments.

Drop by the Resource Center or call us at (206) 647-1780 to find out what programs we’re offering now.

Diaper Bank

Did you know that without a regular supply of diapers, families can lose access to childcare services? We understand how vital diapers are, and distribute diapers and baby wipes monthly to families with children age 4 and under. Visit our Family Resource Center during our drop-in hours or the Wallingford Food Bank during distribution hours to sign up and start your diaper pickups.

Community Closet - Kids' Essentials

At FamilyWorks, we hope to provide items and experiences that we believe are essential to being a kid. Anyone can make an appointment to “shop” for free children’s clothes and toys from our Community Closet. 

Drop-in during the Community Closet’s open hours:
Wednesdays: 3 pm – 5 pm
Fridays: 10 am – 12 pm

Connect with Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program

WIC is a nutrition program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, and children under 5 years of age eat well, learn about nutrition, and stay healthy. WIC has a longstanding partnership with FamilyWorks and will have on-site appointments at our new location later this year. WIC provides:

– Health Screening
– Nutrition and health education
– Information and support for breastfeeding
– Help getting other services
– Checks for nutritious foods

To get more information on whether you are income eligible and how to access services, please call (206) 477-2335.