Parent Resources

Child and Adolescent Clinic offers a full array of services to help your child maintain good health.   We follow the Medical Home model of care, and aim to provide children's health care that is family centered, compassionate, coordinated, comprehensive, and accessible.

Child Care Action Council supports caregivers, parents and communities in creating quality early learning opportunities for young children. We serve over 34,000 families and 950 providers in six counties. Since opening our doors in 1987, the CCAC has excelled at its mission to promote and nurture early learning communities where families and children thrive through multiple programs and services that all benefit young children.

We promote school readiness efforts through individualized services that benefit children. Child Care and Family Services assists families, child care providers and community partners in providing quality early learning programs and professional development opportunities throughout the ESD 112 region.

Washington’s most trusted child care resource serving Pacific, Lewis, Clark, Cowlitz, Klickitat, Skamania, and Wahkiakum Counties. Website:  

Child Care Aware of Southwest WA, Educational Service District 112

2500 NE 65th Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98661

Phone: (360) 750-7429 or (877) 803-3287; Email:

Debbie’s Daycare, Castle Rock, WA 98611 (360) 274-9247

Faith Family Christian Center, 2203 38th Avenue, Longview, WA 98632    (360) 425-2440

First United Methodist Learning Center, 206 Cowlitz Way, Kelso, WA 98626  (360) 423-8751

Kelso Christian Academy, 403 Academy Street, Kelso, WA 98626  (360) 423-8740

Kinderland, 1157 Commerce Avenue,Longview, WA 98632  (360) 575-1234 or 1912 Belmont Loop, Woodland, WA 98674  (360) 225-1800

Lil’ Red Barn Academy, 5622 Mt. Solo Road, Longview, WA 98632  (360) 414-3299

To report allegations of child abuse or neglect, call 1-888-713-6115, 1-800-562-5624 or 360-501-2601.

The mission of this program is to promote integrated systems of care that assure that children with special health care needs have the opportunity to achieve the healthiest life possible and develop to their fullest potential. The Children with Special Health Care Needs program serves children with physical, behavioral, or emotional conditions that require health and related services beyond those required by children generally. Client referrals can be made by families, school, medical providers, and others to the CSHCN Coordinator in the County Health Department where the child lives.

The Children with Special Health Care Needs Program is in the Healthy Starts and Transitions unit in the Office of Healthy Communities at the Department of Health.  The program promotes an integrated system of services for infants, children and youth up to age 18 years who have or are at risk for chronic physical, developmental, behavioral, or emotional conditions and require health and related services of a type or amount beyond what is generally needed.

At the Children’s Alliance, we’re advocates for kids. We ensure that laws, policies and programs work for kids, and we hold our leaders accountable until they secure the resources required to make all children safe and healthy.

Children's Justice and Advocacy Center uses a team approach for responding to child abuse allegations. The child's safety, health and wellbeing are of the utmost importance. The CJAC mission is to provide children who have experienced sexual or physical abuse a coordinated community approach to investigation, prosecution and treatment that promotes their safety, healing and well being.