Thank you for your interest in The Children’s Advocacy Project of Seattle. This site is meant to provide you with a user-friendly listing of social service agencies for families and children.
Please become familiar with the Parent Handouts. They are the backbone of this project. In each parent handout, you will find local and national resources specific to each topic. For each resource, there is a brief description and contact information. You may wish to the select the provided weblinks to learn more about the agency’s services. You can easily print parent handouts by clicking on the handout and choosing “print” from your web browser.
For clinicians, please download parent handouts and provide them to families who are in need of a particular service. After you share the handout, please document which handout you gave to the family so that you can get feedback and follow up at the next encounter.
For families, please use the information provided in the parent handouts, and follow-up with your health care provider if you have questions or concerns. Please email us with any site-specific feedback.
For families who use a language for care other than English, or those who wish to access an interpreter and/or resources by telephone, we recommend contacting The Help Me Grow Washington Hotline. For your convenience, this resource is listed below and in each parent handout.
Materials are available in multiple languages
Trained medical interpreters should routinely be used for language interpretation. In 2005, the National Council on Interpreting in Health Care developed standards for medical interpreting professionals in the United States. For more details, please see https://www.ncihc.org/assets/z2021Images/NCIHC%20National%20Standards%20of%20Practice.pdf.
Disclaimer: At the top of each page of CAP4Kids, “Choose Your Language” automatically utilizes Google Translate to change the handouts to a specified language. This feature should be used with caution; anyone relying on information obtained from using Google Translate does so at their own risk. For more information, please see the Google Translate website.
Join our Mailing List, so that we can inform you when new services are available. If you would like to suggest resources, please Contact Us. There are also various Definitions that pertain to families and providers as well as a downloadable CAP4Kids poster. Please use the CAP4Kids.org website frequently, and let us know how we can make this resource as useful as possible. Thank you.