Parent Support

After Pregnancy Coverage
No cost follow up care including behavioral health services for up to 12 months after your pregnancy ends with Medicaid coverage.

A Mindful State
REAL stories in REAL TIME from personal perspectives of navigating struggles.

Being The Village
A supportive environment that offers genuine community and social support for Black mothers.

Boys & Girls Club of Columbia Basin (Moses Lake)
425 N. Paxson Drive
Moses Lake, Wa 98837

The Center of Parent Excellence (COPE) project
The COPE project is intended to provide a pathway for Washington State parents who are accessing and navigating the children’s behavioral health system to have peer support to ease their journey, whenever possible. Support is provided by A Common Voice, a statewide, family-run nonprofit organization that provides advocacy and support for families whose children have intensive behavioral health needs.

Chelan-Douglas Child Services Association – ECLIPSE – Early Intervention
ECLIPSE services are trauma-informed, center-based, intervention and treatment services for families and their young children age Birth to 5 who have experienced substantial stress and/or complex trauma. ECLIPSE services include therapeutic interventions at the child, family, and teacher/classroom environmental levels provided by a licensed mental health professional who has Infant Mental Health (IMH) knowledge, skills, and experience. These services are available to young children and families who interact with multiple systems, including the Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) child welfare. Children and families that have or are interacting with the DCYF child welfare system are categorically eligible for ECLIPSE services through their enrollment in the Early ECEAP/ECEAP program.

Crossroads Pregnancy Resource
1555 Pilgrim St, Ste. C
Moses Lake, Wa 98837

Dads M.O.V.E
Dads M.O.V.E. seeks to provide every parent/caregiver (especially dads) with the tools, support, and training needed to be fully engaged in the recovery of their children.
Podcast: Apple SpotifyAnchor FM

Family Law Facilitator
Okanogan County, WA
Provides assistance with family law office matters in Superior Court to those who are not represented by an attorney. Information, but not legal advice, is available on divorce/dissolution cases, child custody, non-parental custody, child support, paternity, domestic violence, contempt, and the modification of court orders. Offers co-parenting classes.
Contact Family Law Facilitator:
Phone: 1 (509) 422-7132 Fax: 1 (509) 422- 7133
149 3rd Ave. N.
Okanogan, WA 98840-0112

Family Reconciliation Services
Family Reconciliation Services (FRS) | Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families
Family Reconciliation Services (FRS) is a voluntary program serving runaway adolescents, and youth in conflict with their families. The program targets adolescents between the ages of 12 through 17. FRS services are meant to resolve crisis situations and prevent unnecessary out of home placement. They are not long term services. The services will assess and stabilize the family’s situation. The goal is to return the family to a pre-crisis state and to work with the family to identify alternative methods of handling similar conflicts. If longer-term service needs are identified, FRS will help facilitate getting the youth and his/her family into on-going services.

Family Services of Grant County
1402 E Craig Blvd
Moses Lake, Wa

Family Voluntary Services (FVS)
Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF). Program which allows parents and guardians to engage voluntarily in services that improve their protective capacities to meet the safety, health and well-being needs of children and youth.

Foundation for Youth Resiliency & Engagement (FYRE)
Foundation for Youth Resiliency and Engagement – FYRE-Home (
Offers services to ensure underserved youth, ages 12-24, have their needs met in four main areas: 1) education, 2) physical and mental health, 3) basic needs and 4) resiliency programming. This includes providing educational advocacy, supporting young parents, increasing accessibility to whole-person health services, providing referrals and resources to youth experiencing homelessness and those experiencing sexual exploitation, and more.

Grieving Children
Ways to provide emotional support to children grieving losing a loved one – Mesothelioma Hope shares online resources here for everyone- physical ailment or otherwise!

Methow Valley Mental Health Providers
Local Mental Health Providers – Room One

NAMI Chelan Douglas


New Hope (Moses Lake)
311 W. Third Ave Moses Lake, Wa 98837

NPR presents:
A step-by-step guide to finding a therapist
This article features considerations, pathways to finding a provider, types of therapy, and finding a good fit.

Washington Partnership Access Line

Okanogan County Community Coalition – Parenting Wisely

PAL partners with the Washington Mental Health Referral Service for Children and Teens listed above to support “primary care providers (doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants) with questions about mental health care such as diagnostic clarification, medication adjustment, or treatment planning. Child and adolescent psychiatrists are available to consult during business hours.

How to use the PAL line: Call 866-599-7257 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Like the PAL line above, school staff and students are connected to psychologists and psychiatrists at Seattle Children’s and the University of Washington.

How to connect to PAL for Schools: email

PAL for Moms
Like the PAL lines above, PAL for Moms is a perinatal psychiatry consult line that provides perinatal mental health consultation, recommendations and referrals for Washington state providers caring for pregnant or postpartum patients.
How to connect to PAL for Moms: Call 877-725-4666 (PAL4MOM), available weekdays 9am – 5pm.

Room One
Support Groups – Room One
Room One staff is certified in both the Circle of Security Parenting™ and Positive Discipline programs. Parenting support group runs twice a year. Dinner and childcare are provided at no cost.

The Circle of Security Parenting™ program is based on decades of research about how secure parent-child relationships can be supported and strengthened. This is an attachment based program focusing on how to foster and nurture a secure attachment between you and your child, while giving a roadmap to parents that will help guide them through the hard moments with their children.

Contact Sarah Washam at for more information.

Together for Youth
Provides the following programs; Hope Squad, Love and Logic Classes Crime Victim Advocacy, Drug Awareness and Prevention, Tobacco Awareness and Prevention, Life Skills Training, Second Step and Strengthening Families. 1012 Springwater Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801, 509-662-7201.

Washington State Mental Health Referral Service for Children and Teens
How to Use the Mental Health Referral Service
Call 833-303-5437 Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Or, complete an online request.

What can families expect?

  • First, you have a telephone call (15–20 minutes) with a Referral Specialist to chat about what type of mental health services your child/teen needs.
  • Next, the Referral Specialist will research mental health providers in your area to find at least 2 providers that meet your family’s needs.
  • After matches are found, a referral specialist will call and email the information to you to coach how to access a provider in real-time.
  • A few weeks after providing the referrals, the referral specialist will check if the matches were a good fit and an appointment was scheduled. At this time, we will address any barriers you experienced and match you to another provider as needed.
  • Our service works closely with Primary Care Providers throughout WA State and faxes the referral matches to your PCP for care coordination. For families with Apple Health insurance, referral matches are sent to Apple Health case managers to provide additional care support.

Youth outdoors unlimited
Youth Outdoors Unlimited is a Washington based non-profit organization dedicated to take youth diagnosed with life threatening illnesses or physical disabilities on the hunting or fishing adventure of their dreams!
Moses Lake,  Wa 98837



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