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Be Educated and Informed
Our goal is to help families be educated and stay informed. Northshore Council hosts many special speakers at our meetings, as parent ed nights and with the district. Is there a topic or speaker you want us to cover or want to learn more about helpful resources in our community? Email us!
Threads and Treads Clothing Bank
Canyon Park JH School - Portable 706, 23723 23rd Ave. N.E, Bothell
Hours: Wednesday, 3–6 p.m (see website for updated hours)
Threads & Treads is operated by the Canyon Park Middle School PTSA and provides Northshore families free, quality donated clothing for school-age youth, teens, young adults and parents. Clothing items include appropriate clothing for the school day and special events, sportswear, shoes and accessories. All Northshore families in need of clothing assistance are welcome to shop each month for up to three outfits. Visit their website to learn more:
Proporcionando ropa apoyo para familias que lo necesitan. Situado a Canyon Park Middle School
abierto los miércoles 3:00 – 6:00 PM (si hay escuela)
Hilos y Pasos es un banco de ropa gratis para las familias del distrito escolar de Northshore. Cada familia puende seleccionar 3 atuendos al mees por cada miembro de la familia. abrir folleto para obtener más información:
24 Crisis Clinic - emotional support to teens in crisis or call 866-427-4747
Friends of Youth - providing shelter and resources to homeless teens
Youth Eastside Services (YES) – one of the largest providers of youth and family counseling and substance abuse services in the Puget Sound.
My Good Growing Email Newsletter – provided by Seattle Children’s Hospital, free email newsletter for parents and caregivers of babies, children and teens.
Safe Kids Worldwide - interactive tool to keep your home safe and prevent injuries in your own home!
Northshore Parent Resources
Northshore Human Services Consortium: directory of local resources; links to services in our own community
Hopelink - many programs to help those in need from food banks and job assistance
Bothell Library, Kenmore Library and Woodinville Library
Office of the Education Ombudsman
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI)
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