Partners with Families & Children prevents, interrupts and repairs cycles of abuse and neglect within families.

Children's Advocacy Center
Fussy Baby Network
Parenting Support
Community Outreach and Education

Child Forensic Interviews
Specialized Medical Examinations
Kids Court / Teen Court
Child Legal Advocacy

Mental Health Services
Substance Use Disorders Treatment
Parenting Support
Child & Family Team Coordination

Success Story

Elaine was using both drugs and alcohol by age 11. She was removed from her home because her mother was physically abusing her and was mentally ill. As an adult, Elaine too lost custody of her children. She could not break the multi-generational cycle of abuse alone. Elaine’s journey back began at Partners, where she played on the floor with her youngest son and learned to be a healthy and nurturing parent.

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Thank you Larry H. Miller Charities!

Partners is honored to receive a generous $2,500 grant from Larry H. Miller Charities to support the work of our Children's Advocacy Center. Child abuse affects the physical and mental health of the victim, as well as every member of the victim's family, and ultimately the entire community. This gift from LHM Charities helps us to provide services that enhance the health and quality of life for children in all our neighborhoods.

Partners with Families & Children

  • Serves clients of all ages
  • Makes available discounted services for those individuals who qualify
  • Accepts all insurances
  • Does not discriminate or deny access to services
  • Serves all patients regardless of inability to pay
  • Offers discounts for essential services based on family size and income

4 children die

every day in the U.S. as a result of abuse and neglect

More than 1,000

children and families are served by Partners each year

1 in 5 people

has a diagnosable mental health condition

1000's of infants

suffer irreversible brain injury due to Shaken Baby Syndrome


of children live with a parent with a substance use disorder

Today 20 children

in the state of Washington will be victims of abuse

Help us change the cycle