Does Your Child Drink?

Posted by on Apr 29, 2013 in family support, family support organization, foster care, foster teens, GPS for Youth and Families, King County, King County FSO, sustainable family support organization, young adults, youth peers | Comments Off on Does Your Child Drink?

Please Join Us for Dinner and a Panel Discussion on Underage Drinking and Alcohol Abuse  REGISTER HERE Tuesday, May 14th, 20136:00-7:30 PMRenton Community CenterBanquet Room1713 Maple Valley HwyRenton, 98057 FREE EVENT Includes a Family Dinner Parents, Grandparents, and Teens will be on the panel telling us their stories, what they found helps and what doesn’t along the road to recovery, resilience and wellness. Panel Discussion is appropriate for youth ages 12-18 and their guardians. Seating is limited. MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND.  This project is supported by the King County...

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Family Fitness Jam

Posted by on Mar 29, 2013 in family support, foster teens, GPS for Youth and Families, sustainable family support organization, young adults | Comments Off on Family Fitness Jam

Join the Fun Guided Pathways –Support for Youth and Families plans to host family social events each quarter in communities throughout King County. Our first family social event will be:   Family Fitness JamSaturday, April 20, 2013 Noon to 3:00PM   6625 S 190th St, Suite B108 Kent, WA 98032   Willie Austin Transforming Lives Through Fitness   The event will feature fitness activities the whole family can enjoy . Partnering with us is former University of Washington football player and power lifting champion Willie Austin who heads Seattle’s Austin Foundation youth and fitness...

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Adoption & Foster Care Resources

Posted by on Sep 20, 2012 in adoption support, family support, foster care, foster teens, young adults | Comments Off on Adoption & Foster Care Resources

We heard about the following resources we want to pass on to parents looking for adoption and foster care support: Center for Adoption Support and Education has a Strengthening Your Family webinar series designed to help foster and adoptive families learn valuable skills to build strong families. You can register on-line for the 1 1/2 hour courses, which are $25, and take the course from any computer. The website has other resources for foster and adoptive families. Seattle YMCA Young Adult Services supports foster teens (with or without mental health concerns) through transition from the...

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