United Way King County administers Best Starts funding to support and expand the Parent-Child Home Program across King County. Here are two stories on the impact culturally relevant home visitors have had on two families.
Jennifer and her daughter Connie enrolled in the Parent-Child Home Program–a program supported by Best Starts for Kids. Learn how they benefited. So much so that Jennifer has gone on to work for Parent-Child Home Program as a home visitor!
Congratulations to our Evidence-Based and Evidence-Informed Home-Based Services partners! Learn what they have to say about measuring success and doing things differently in their home visiting programs.
Updated 9/12 In response to community questions and feedback, funding partners for the Parent-Child Home Program expansion are modifying one application question to ensure there is flexibility around cost per family. We are taking the following actions to clarify and amend the original application materials: $4,300 per family is the typical annual cost of currently…
This Friday, August 18th, in partnership with United Way of King County, we will open our funding application process for Parent-Child Home Program expansion.
The Parent-Child Home Program funding opportunity is one of three BSK funding opportunities supporting Home-Based Services, as a key strategy for advancing the well-being of children and families in King County.
Learn more about all three funding opportunities and which may be the best fit for you!
Executive Constantine previewed his Best Starts for Kids initiative this week in the Rainier Beach neighborhood as 4-year-old children graduated from the Parent-Child Home Program.