FamilyWorks believes that our participants are best supported when we partner with other service providers to put a broad range of opportunities within families’ reach.
Families can meet one-on-one with our Community Connectors, discuss their goals and any challenges they may be facing, and get connected to a variety of wrap-around services that increase their economic stability.
We are a well-known and trusted partner with Seattle King County Public Health and its Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) team, which will have dedicated space to meet with families at our new Family Resource Center.
FamilyWorks will reach more families by launching school-based family resource centers with Seattle Public Schools, building upon a successful three-year pilot with Nathan Hale High School.
We will also collaborate with affordable housing providers including Bellwether Housing, Mercy Housing and BRIDGE Housing to bring family support resources to housing communities in North Seattle.
These partnerships will expand family support and resources in new and under-served communities.