Child Care Aware

Our mission is to ensure that all children receive quality care. Visit our website to search for child care, find help paying for child care, and learn about family resources.

Working Connections Child Care

Administered through the Department of Social and Health Services and provides child care financial assistance to low-income working families. For more information, visit the WorkFirst program:

Magdalena Moulton
Educational & Career Navigator
509.527.4790
[email protected]

Basic Food Employment & Training (BFE&T)

Students enrolled in the BFE&T program receive support services such as Working Connections Childcare Care subsidy.

Magdalena Moulton
Educational & Career Navigator
509.527.4790
[email protected]

WorkFirst

WorkFirst connects low-income parents to the Working Connections Child Care Program.

Magdalena Moulton
Educational & Career Navigator
509.527.4790
[email protected]