Access to Baby and Child Dentistry – ABCD

Dental services are provided for children who are 0-6 years that have a Medicaid ID Card (DHSH medical coupon) and live in Walla Walla County. To enroll your child or get more information contact Jodi Ferguson – 524-2657

Adventure Club

The YWCA Adventure Club programs provide safe, fun and educational child care for ages 5-12. The Afterschool Adventure Club is provided from 2:30 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday at Davis School at 31 SE Ash Street, College Place. Summer Adventure Club is full-day, during which children do outdoor activities, go swimming, visit the library and more. The YWCA Adventure Club programs are licensed and DSHS-approved. For more information, contact the YWCA main office at 509-525-2570 or visit us at ywcaww.org/adventureclub.

Basic Food Program

Offered thru Blue Mountain Action Council. Call 529-4980 to see if you quality for Basic Food. Basic Food benefits to help buy groceries and nutritious food to stay healthy.

Betty’s Preschool Openings

Betty’s Preschool has some openings for the 2010-2011 school year. She accepts children 4 to 5 years of age and has morning and afternoon classes. If you are interested and would like to learn more, call 525-4390.

Blue Mountain Medical Group

1111 S. 2nd Street
509.522.0100

BMAC Adult Literacy

You can volunteer to tutor adults or take a class to brush up on basic skills of reading and match or receive assistance in studying for the GED.
342 Catherine Street
509.529.4980

BMAC –Pro Bono Lawyer Referral Program

BMAC –Pro Bono Lawyer Referral Program is a public service that offers legal referalls to qualifying low-income residents of Walla Walla and Columbia Counties. The Pro Bono Program does referrals for cival cases only. We don’t do criminal cases or help you sue someone. If you would like legal advice, you must first call Northwest Justice Project’s Attorney Hotline:
CLEAR at 1-888-201-1014
*Coordinated Legal Education, Advice & Referral System*
Seniors (over 60) Hotline: 1-888-387-7111
The CLEAR hotline is available daily from 9:15 a.m. – 12:15 pm.
nwjustice.org/clear-online

Local contact:
Katharine Nyden, Pro Bono Legal Assistance Advocate
Blue Mountain Action Council
(509)529-4980 ext. 141

Camp Fire Summer Day Camp

Registration begins May 3rd. The camp runs weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in Wildwood Park. It is for children entering 1st grade-6th grade. The camp includes art, educational programs, bowling, swimming and much more. The camp begins June 14th. To apply you can get an application from www.wwcampfire.org or at the office 414 S. Park Street. Call 525-3180 for more information.

Car & Infant Seat Help

Walla Walla County has one state certified car seat technician. Contact Officer Steve Harris at the College Place Police Department 525-7778 or sharris@ci.college-place.wa.us to have your seat checked.

Catholic Charities Walla Walla

Catholic Charities provides counseling, volunteer chore, diaper & layette assistance, immigration, and housing services.
408 W. Poplar Street, 509-525-0572

Child Care Aware

To find licensed child care in your area call 1-800-446-1114 or visit wa.childcareaware.org

To speak with someone local call WWCC Child Care Aware at 529-5744 or visit wwcc.edu/resource

Child Care Resource & Referral

Child Care Resource & Referral:
To find a licensed child care in your area call 1-800-446-2229. To talk to someone local call Chelsea Tennyson at 529-5744 or Chelsea.tennyson@wwcc.edu

To find a licensed child care in your area call 1-800-446-2229. To talk to someone local call Chelsea Tennyson at 529-5744 or chelsea.tennyson@wwcc.edu

Child Care Resource & Referral

Looking for a local child care facility or interested in opening your own? This is the organization that is there to help you.

1-877-992-9922 x5744 or 529-5744, www.wwcc.edu/resource

Childbirth Classes

Childbirth Classes are provided in English and Spanish at Providence St. Mary Medical Center. All classes are free. Classes include:

  • Prepared childbirth
  • refresher childbirth education
  • breastfeeding
  • mother/baby support groups
  • newborn care class
  • and a sibling class

To find dates and times call 525-3320 ext. 5904 or www.smmc.com

Children’s Mental Health Unit

The Children’s Mental Health Unit offer a comprehensive and integrated array of mental health services for children and their families. For more information contact the Walla Walla County Department of Human Services at 509-524-2920.

Classes and Programs for Children

YMCA
wwymca.org
509.525.8863
Sports, camps and adventures are included in the YMCA’s programming.

Walla Walla Parks & Recreation
ci.walla-walla.wa.us
509.527.4527
Lots of options for teen and youth programs, including sports and arts.

Kidnastics
wallawalla.edu/about-wwu/our-community/community-recreation/kidnastics/
509.527.2325
Kidnastics is a gymnastics program run by Walla Walla University. They provide quality gymnastics instruction in a fun and safe environment. All levels of gymnastics, including parent and tot classes, are provided.

County Health Dept Twitters

The County Health Dept has a twitter update if you are interested. They will be about the H1N1 updates. TMN will also keep you updated. http://twitter.com/wwchd

Daily Market Cooperative

Daily Market Cooperative
They are starting a community-owned grocery store. They will feature natural, organic, local and fair trade food in a convenient downtown shopping location.  Check out their website at www.dailymarket.coop/content for more information or how to join

They are starting a community-owned grocery store. They will feature natural, organic, local and fair trade food in a convenient downtown shopping location.  Check out their website at www.dailymarket.coop/ for more information or how to join.

Developmental Screening

Free developmental screening for children ages birth to six sponsored by Walla Walla School District. This is free and there are Spanish speaking staff available. To set up at appointment call 509.526.1774. The screening is at Blue Ridge School, 1150 W. Chestnut.

Early Head Start

Early Head Start (EHS) is a federally funded community-based program for low-income pregnant women or families with infants or toddleers. EHS provides center-based child care, home visits, access to family counseling, group activities and assistance with employment and education. If you are interested or would llike more information, contact Amy at Children’s Home Society.
529-2130 or amyo@chs-wa.org

Early Intervention

Birth to Three – early intervention is a Walla Walla County program helps families with infants and toddlers reach their age appropriate level of development.  If you have any concerns you can call Carla Nibler, Lead Family Resources Coordinator, at 509.524.2920 or talk to your pediatrician.

Early Learning Coalition

The Early Learning Coalition has a new website at www.wwcc.edu/elc. Learn more about the organization and events for families in the area.

English as a Second Language Classes

Mondays/Thursdays 6:30pm
Call 509-529-3100 for information.

Family Caregiver Support Program

Caregiver specialists who will work with unpaid caregivers to develop a personalized plan of care, comprehensive assessments of caregiver stresses & burdens, help with obtaining equipment for the home, caregiver counseling, caregiver education & training and free home safety evaluations.

125 East Cherry
509-529-6470

Family Medical Center

Quality Healthcare for Everyone. The Family Medical Center provides medical and dental for all ages.
1120 West Rose Street
509.525.6650

Family Medical Center

Family Medical Center
1120 West Rose Street
Walla Walla, WA  99362
509-525-6695
www.yvfwc.com
Medical Services available at Family Medical Center:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illness
  • Pediatric care
  • Immunizations
  • Sports physicals
  • Prenatal care
  • Diabetes education
  • Family planning
  • Adolescent counseling
  • Health education

Additional Services:

  • Dental care, with an emphasis on treating children
  • Medical laboratory
  • WIC nutrition program
  • Community Health Services

Friends of Children of Walla Walla

Friends – Improving lives and communities on child at a time
The Friends organization believes that all children can benefit from having a relationship with a caring adult outside of their home. For more information on being a mentor or finding a mentor for your child contact 527-4745 or www.wallawallafriends.org

Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho

To learn more visit www.gsewni.org

Helpline – Connecting Our Community

Helpline provides emergency social services including food, clothing, transportation, utilities, infant-care needs and much more.
helplineww.org or 509-529-3377

IMPACT! Life Transitions Programs

IMPACT! Life Transitions Program assists individuals who face obstacles to becoming self-sufficient. Free services include connections to college programs, job training, resume and interview skill-building, classes and workshops with counseling and support services.

For more information visit www.impactltp.org or contact Carel Landess, MPA, MSW, LASW
Impact Life Transitions Program
SonBridge Community Center
College Place, WA 99324
(509) 301-1536

Important Phone Numbers

Organizations – both private and public – in the Walla Walla valley offer an extensive amount of services to its citizens. If you are wondering who to call in a family crisis situation or looking for low cost legal advice or perhaps a licensed daycare, then you found your list. Look over the list now so you have an idea of what is available when a time of need arises.

View/download the list: click here. Or browse below for the list.

Who can help …

when someone is hurting me?

Adult Protective Services, 18 & older 524-4900

Central Oregon Battering & Rape Alliance 800-356-2369

College Place Police Department 525-7773

Columbia County Sheriff’s Office 509-382-2518

WA Domestic Violence Hot Line 800-562-6025

Milton-Freewater Police Department 938-5511

Oregon Domestic Violence Crisis Line 800-833-1161

Oregon SafeNet 800-SafeNet

Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office 541-966-3651′

Walla Walla County Sheriff’s Office 527-3268

Walla Walla Police Department 524-4434

YWCA 24-hr Crisis Line, Domestic Violence Victims 529-9922

when I’m pregnant and don’t know what to do?

Birthright 529-8678

Family Medical Center 525-6650

Oregon Pregnancy Care Services 541-276-5757

Oregon SafeNet 800-SafeNet

Planned Parenthood Center 529-3570

Oregon Pregnancy Hotline 800-234-4658

Walla Walla Health Department 524-2650

Women’s Center 529-8444

when alcohol or other drugs are a problem?

Alcoholics Anonymous 522-5059

Walla Walla Co. Dept of Human Services 527-3278

Eastern Oregon Alcohol Foundation 541-276-3518, ext. 300

Heart Connections 529-7730

Narcotics Anonymous 800-766-3724

Ore. Alcohol & Drug 24-Hr Hot Line 800-621-1646

Serenity Point Counseling Services 529-6036

Umatilla County Detox Center 541-278-2558

Wash. Alcohol & Drug 24-Hr Hot Line 800-562-1240

Wainwright Memorial VA Medical Center 525-5200

Teaming for Success 522-2791

when I’m not sure who to call about services?

Blue Mountain Action Council 529-4980

Walla Walla Co. Dept of Human Services 524-2920

DSHS – Community Service Office 522-4297

Helpline 529-3377

Oregon CAPECO 800-752-1139

when I need childcare so I can go to school or work?

Child Care Aware 529-5744 or 800-446-1114

WWCC Child Care Aware 509-529-5744

Wash. DSHS Family Services 524-4900

Lillie Rice Center, Inc., Birth to 3 525-3532

Oregon Child Development Coalition 541-938-3170

YWCA Adventure Club 525-2570

when I need free testing or support for AID S/HIV?

Blue Mountain Heart to Heart 529-4744

Family Medical Center 525-6650

Planned Parenthood 529-3570

Walla Walla City/Co. Health Dept. 527-3290

Oregon SafeNet 800-SafeNet

OR Aids & STD Hotline 800-777-2437

when I need legal advice and can’t afford it?

Blue Mountain Action Council 529-4980

Columbia Legal Services 800-572-8716

Northwest Justice Project 888-201-1014

Northwest Immigrants Rights Project 888-756-3641

Oregon Attorney Generals Office 877-877-9392

Oregon Legal Aid 800-843-1115

Wash. Attorney Generals Office 800-551-4636

when I need parenting support?

Children’s Home Society 529-2130

Children & Family Services 524-4900

Good Samaritan Ministries 529-2322

Office of Support Enforcement 800-345-9981

Teaming for Success 522-2791

WWCC Parent Education Programs 527-4237

when I can’t handle my preschooler?

Children’s Home Society of Wash. 529-2130

Catholic Children & Family Services 525-0572

Christian Counseling Center 527-2310

Division of Children and Family Services 524-4900

Oregon Head Start 541-938-6129

Teaming for Success 522-2791

Walla Walla Co. Dept. of Human Services 524-2920

Walla Walla Parent Co-op Pre-School 527-4237

when my teenager is too much to handle?

Wash. Department of Human Services 527-3278

Wash. Children & Family Services 524-4900

Children’s Home Society 529-2130

Umatilla County Youth Investment Program 541-278-5486

Teaming for Success 522-2791

when I am homeless or in danger of eviction?

Blue Mountain Action Council 529-4980

Christian Aid Center 525-7153

Walla Walla Help Line 529-3377

Walla Walla Salvation Army 529-9470

Walla Walla Housing Authority 527-4542

YWCA 24-hr Crisis Line 529-9922

Oregon – CAPECO 800-752-1139

when I need to get a job?

Blue Mountain Action Council 529-4980

Wash. Vocational Rehabilitiation 527-4502

Wash. Div.of Developmental Disabilities 526-2580

Goodwill Industries 525-5992

Horizon Project, Inc. 541-938-5658

IMPACT! Displaced Homemakers Program 524-5166

Lillie Rice Center, Blue Mt. Industries 524-4533

Work Source Dial-A-Job 527-1835

WorkSource of Walla Walla 527-4393

WorkSource of Milton-Freewater 541-938-3373

Oregon – CAPECO 800-752-1139

when I need support in parenting my disabled child?

Birth to Three 527-3278

Parent to Parent 525-5433

DSHS-Div. of Developmental Disabilities 527-4374

Lillie Rice Center 525-3532

Valley Residential Services 522-0400

Walla Walla Health Department 524-2650

Learning Disabilities Assoc. of Wash. 800-536-2343

Oregon Special Olympics 541-938-7821

when I want to get my GED?

Blue Mountain Community College 541-938-4494

Lincoln Alternative High School 527-3083

Walla Walla Community College 527-4262

when someone in my family is mentally ill?

Walla Walla Co. Dept of Human Services 524-2920

Walla Walla Alliance for the Mentally Ill 529-6160

Eastern Oregon Psychiatric Center 541-276-0810

East Oregon Children’s Multi-Treatment Center 541-276-0057

Eastern Oregon Psychiatric Center 541-276-0810

Eastern Oregon Children’s Multi-Treatment Center 541-276-0057

Walla Walla Co. Dept of Human Services 524-2920

Walla Walla Alliance for the Mentally Ill 529-6160

Family Medical Center 509-525-6690

when I need help with my aging parents?

Adult Day Center 527-0771

Aging and Long Term Care 529-6470

M-F Senior/Disabled Taxi Tickets 541-938-5531

Milton-Freewater Senior Citizens Center 541-938-3311

Ore. Dept. of Human Services 541-938-6627

Senior Round Table – provides meals 527-3775

Wash. DSHS-Home and Community Services 524-4960

Walla Walla Meals on Wheels 527-8263

Walla Walla Senior Citizens Center 527-3775

when I feel like I need someone to talk to?

Oregon SafeNet 800-SafeNet

County Mental Health Program 541-938-3988

Walla Walla Co. Dept of Human Services 524-2920

when I can’t stop hurting those I love?

Wash. Child Protective Services 524-4902

Perpetrator Treatment – Spanish & English 509-248-7796

Parents Anonymous Help Line 800-932-HOPE

Umatilla County Crisis Center 800-452-5413

when I need a doctor, dental care or medicine and can’t afford it?

DSHS – Community Service Office 522-4297

Family Medical Center 525-6650

Helpline 529-3377

Oregon SafeNet 800-SafeNet

SOS Clinic – Help Line 529-6889

SOS Dental – call Helpline 529-3377

when my child won’t go to school?

Division of Children and Family Services 524-4900

Wash. Juvenile Court Services 524-2800

Umatilla County Youth Investment Program 541-278-5486

when I suspect child abuse?

Wash. Child Protective Services 800-643-4159

College Place Police Department 525-7773

Columbia County Sheriff’s Office 509-382-2518

Milton-Freewater Police Department 541-938-5511

National Child Abuse Hotline 800-422-4453

Oregon Children’s Services 800-547-3897

Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office 541-966-3651

Walla Walla County Sheriff’s Office 527-3268

Walla Walla Police Department 527-4434

when I need services because of disability?

DSHS – Div. of Development Disabilities 527-4374

M-F Senior/Disabled Taxi Tickets 541-938-5531

Ore. Dept. of Human Services – Disabilities 541-938-6627

East Oregon Center for Independent Living 541-276-7541

when I feel like suicide or think that someone else does?

Emergency 911

Oregon Suicide Hotline 800-452-5413

Oregon Crisis Center 800-452-5413

Walla Walla Crisis Response Unit 522-4278

when I need transportation?

Dial-A-Ride 527-3779

People for People Medicaid Transportation 800-233-1624

Valley Transit 525-9140

Milton-Freewater Transportation Services 541-938-5531

Transportation Solutions Wheelchair Transport 509-386-4983

Individual, Child & Family Therapy

Michelle Coleman, LICSW
8 S 2nd Ave, Suite #608
Walla Walla, WA 99362
509.301.1143
mcoleman.licsw@gmail.com

Intuitive Path Birth – A Nurtured Path to Parenthood

Christina Winterbourne, Birth & Postpartum Doula
206.718.1110
christina@intuitivepathbirth.com
intuitivepathbirth.com

Kinship Navigator Program

Enhance the ability of relative to provide a safe, stable and nurturing environment for the children in their care. The Kinship Navigator can provide caregivers legal referrals regarding custody, training, support groups, child care information, Federal and State subsidies information and much more.
To learn more call 509-522-8220 or 877-855-2282. Located at 408 W. Poplar, Walla Walla.

Library

Walla Walla Public Library
238 E. Alder St, Walla Walla
509.527.4450
wallawallapubliclibrary.org

Log on with your Walla Walla Public Library card at WallaWallaPublicLibrary.org and find Tumblebooks on the “Just for Kids” page. It is a great collection of animated, talking picture books that teach kids the joy of reading and so much more.

Open:
Monday & Tuesday 12 to 8 p.m.
Wednesday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Library Website

The Walla Walla Public Library has a new website at www.wallawallapubliclibrary.org. You can search the catalog, renew items and place a hold on books. There is also lists of new books and a special area for children’s books and events.

Moms In Prayer International

Moms In Touch International
“Moms In Touch International impacts children and schools worldwide for Christ by gathering mothers to pray.”  We are women in touch with God and our children through prayer. In over 120 countries, we meet for one hour each week to pray for our children/grandchildren, their teachers, their schools, and administrators using a simple Four Step format.
To learn of an area group for your school or how to start one, call (509) 522-1910 or email mitiwa@momsintouch.org.  For more information, go to www.MomsInTouch.org.

(formerly Moms In Touch International)
“Moms In Prayer International impacts children and schools worldwide for Christ by gathering mothers to pray.”  We are moms, grandmoms, aunts, women in over 140 countries who meet for one hour each week to pray for our children/grandchildren, their teachers, their schools, and administrators using a simple Four Step format. To learn of an area group for your school or how to start one, call Debi at (509) 522-1910 or email WA@MomsInPrayer.org. For more information, go to www.MomsInPrayer.org.

MOMSnext

MOPS International believes Better Moms Make a Better World. This is true during the preschool years and beyond. As mothers enter the school years, new challenges and issues arise, but the need for community and hope remains. For this reason we offer MOMSnext, a ministry to mothers of elementary school-age kids 6-12.

A MOMSnext group is an open, accepting place for all mothers of elementary school-age kids to come, just as they are, to experience authentic community, personal growth, practical help and spiritual hope. MOMSnext will encourage, equip and develop moms in the next phase of mothering.
BMCC MOPS is thrilled to be adding another way moms in the Walla Walla community will be able to connect and grow as moms, wives and women. Plans are under way and registration is on now!!! Please contact Shannon Naftzger naftzgerfamily@aol.com for more information.

MOPS

MOPS – Mothers Of Preschoolers. MOPS exists to meet the needs of every Mom – urban, suburban, and rural moms, stay-at-home and working moms, teen, single and married moms. Moms with different lifestyles who all share a similar desire to be the very best mom they can be!
Please contact the group to register for September.
MOPS – Blue Mountain Community Church
928 Sturm Avenue – meets 2nd and 4th Thursday 9am to 11am
contact: Julie 526-3778

MOPS – Mothers Of Preschoolers. MOPS exists to meet the needs of every Mom – urban, suburban, and rural moms, stay-at-home and working moms, teen, single and married moms. Moms with different lifestyles who all share a similar desire to be the very best mom they can be!

MOPS – Blue Mountain Community Church
928 Sturm Avenue – meets 2nd and 4th Thursday 9am to 11am
contact: Julie 509.526.3778

MOPS Trinity

MOPS Trinity – meet the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 9-11 a.m. at the Trinity Baptist Church; 595 Abbott Road. Contact Sarah Johnson at 529-1138 to register or www.trinitywallawalla.org
MOPS is looking for volunteers to work in the classroom during the MOPS presentation. Volunteers are needed to hold babies and assist in other preschool classes. The commitment is 5 hours a month on the 2nd and 4th Thursday’s beginning in September. Please call Julie Caton at 529-1212 or 526-3778 if you are interested.

MOPS Trinity – meet the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 9-11 a.m. at the Trinity Baptist Church; 595 Abbott Road. Contact Jennifer Davis at 527-0527 to register or www.trinitywallawalla.org

My Friends’ House

YWCA My Friends’ House provides quality, licensed child care in a safe and positive environment. My Friends’ House serves children ages 1-6 who are pre-kindergarten and organizes many fun activities such as ice skating, library field trips, story time, garden projects and more. For more information, call 509-525-7034 or visit us online at ywcaww.org/myfriendshouse. Located at 121 E. Birch Street.

NAMI Connection

Free education and support for families and friends with any mental health challenge. Meetings for individuals and families. For more information contact Liz 529-7974.

National Assoc. of Mental Illness Support Group

Last Wednesday of the month, 6:30pm at Sonbridge Community Center

509-529-3100

New Mothers’ Support Group

Providence St. Mary Hospital has a free New Mother’s Support Group which is lead by a registered nurse specializing in lactation. Meetings are drop-in every Monday (except holidays) from noon to 2pm in the 3rd floor family waiting room. Call 509.522.5858 with questions.

New to Walla Walla?

Want to meet some people and learn all that Walla Walla has to offer? Check out the Walla Walla Valley Newcomers Club at www.newcomersclubwwv.com

Parent Education Program

Parent Education Program at the Walla Walla Community College
Includes Parent/Toddler classes and Parent Co-op Preschools
Call 527-4237 for more information.

Parent Help 123

Connecting you and your family to food and health resources in Walla Walla. Find out what programs can help you. Visit www.parenthelp123.org or call 1-888-436-6392.

Parent to Parent

The Parent to Parent program provides both emotional and informational support to parents of children with special needs from birth to adulthood. Parents who may be just learning about their child’s disability or chronic health condition will be provided with helpful information and resources in their local communities that will assist them. Parents may also receive personal support and mentoring from other parents who have a child of their own with similar needs. “Helping Parents” provide one to one emotional and informational support to caretakers. They will be able to answer your questions and provide you with useful resource information regarding how best to meet your child’s special needs. Parent to Parent Peer Mentors are trained using our “With A Little Help from our Friends” program to build disability awareness in middle school and high-school. The Peer Mentors assist us in our various recreational programs.

Angela Beam, P2P Coordinator
509-525-5433
angelab@lilliericecenter.org
Ysabel Fuentas, Hispanic Outreach Coordinator
509-525-5433
ysabelf@lilliericecenter.org

Resource Phone List

Looking for someone to help? Here is a local resource list compiled by the Walla Walla County Juvenile Diversion Coordinator that lists organizations and numbers from transportation services to parenting help. Print it and keep it near your phone. Click here for the list: Help_Resources (and then click on the link again).

Sonbridge Community Center

Classes, thrift store and community outreach.

1200 SE 12th Street, College Place
509-529-3100
www.sonbridge.org

SOS Clinic

Free health services for all
Open Mondays 5pm to 7pm and Wednesday 3pm to 5pm

1200 SE 12th Street, College Place
509-529-3100

STEP – Women’s Emergency Shelter

STEP is women’s emergency shelter that serves single homeless women in Walla Walla County. STEP is a part of Helpline. All shelter guests must register at Helpline at 16 S. Colville (between Main and Alder, downtown Walla Walla). Hours are Mon-Fri 9am to 11:45am and 1 – 3:45pm, 509-529-3377.

The Health Center – at Lincoln and Blue Ridge

Promoting the success of our children by providing for their physical, emotional and social well being.
Monday-Friday 10am to 2pm on school days
www.thehealthcenterww.org

509-525-0704 Lincoln
509-526-1798 Blue Ridge

Walla Walla Clinic

Our Mission is to provide excellent health care to the
people of Walla Walla and the surrounding area.  Services include family medicine, OBGYN, pediatrics, dermatology, neurology, allergy and much more.
55 West Tietan
509.525.3720
www.wallawallaclinic.com

Walla Walla Community Hospice

The mission of the Walla Walla Community Hospice is to provide compassionate care to patients in the final stages of life and support for their loved ones and caregivers.  Hospice also provides grief and bereavement support to all the community, not just the families of our patients.  For more information call 525-5561 or www.wwhospice.org

Walla Walla County Health Department

Prevent, Promote, Protect
314 West Main Street, Walla Walla, 524-2650, www.co.walla-walla.wa.us
They cover Environmental Health, Emergency Preparedness, Personal Health, and Vital Records.

Walla Walla County Human Services

509-524-2920
crisis line 509-524-2999

http://www.wwchhs.org/resourceguide.php

Walla Walla Music Teachers Association

Walla Walla Music Teachers Association – a resource for parents and students looking for professional music introduction. For a referral, contact chapter president, Margo Cox at 301-6333 or mrsc@margocox.org

Walla Walla Trends

Walla Walla Trends – www.wallawallatrends.com
Learn information to better understand the community and enhance the public debate as policy decisions are made concerning Walla Walla’s future.

Learn information to better understand the community and enhance the public debate as policy decisions are made concerning Walla Walla’s future. www.wallawallatrends.com

Walla Walla Tutoring

Walla Walla Tutoring is a local group of teachers with diverse cultural backgrounds, subject area expertise, and a wealth of education and experience offering tutoring in the WW area for preschool thru college level. They are offering TMN members a 10% discount on any tutoring. To sign or up find out more information call 509.301.3527 or wallawallatutoring@gmail.com. Their website is www.wallawallatutoring.com.

Walla Walla Valley Soroptimists

Walla Walla Valley Soroptimist is a group of local women who work on bettering the lives of women and children in our valley.  For more information about what this group does or how to join visit www.soroptimistwwv.org or call 509.200.0190. They meet twice a month on the 2nd Monday and 4th Tuesday of the month.

WWCC Parent Co-op Preschool and Parent Toddler classes

Walla Walla Community College Parent Co-op Preschool and Parent Toddler classes – call 509.527.4237 to get information or register.

WWCC Tot Spot – Parent Cooperative Preschool

Tot Spot – Parent Cooperative Preschool sponsored by General Hospital and WWCC Early Childhood and Educational Support.
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30-11:30am, Thursday’s class also has Hispanic support and teachers.
These classes are free.
Located at Pioneer United Methodist Church, 209 East Birch Street
Call 527-8000 ext 1665 for more information

Tot Spot – Parent Cooperative Preschool sponsored by WWCC Early Childhood and Educational Support.
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30-11:30am.
September 20-June 1. Free for families with young children ages birth to 5 years old.
Located at Pioneer United Methodist Church, 209 East Birch Street.

WWPD Crime Prevention Page

The Walla Walla Police Department has a new Crime Prevention homepage that lists safety tips and resources available in our area. Visit ci.walla-walla.wa.us, then go to the Police tab then Crime Prevention.

YoungLives for Teen Moms

YoungLives, a ministry of Young Life which is committed to reaching every kid with the hope of the Gospel of Jesus, has many volunteer opportunities from childcare and meal preparation to one-on-one mentoring. If you would like to become involved, please contact the Young Life office at 525-1518.
If you know of a Teen Mom, please encourage them to be a part of this encouraging group.
We meet the third Tuesday evening of every month from 5:30-7:30 at Trinity Baptist Church, 595 Abbott Road. Childcare provided for teen moms.
More information on facebook and myspace. Search: Walla Walla Young Lives. Young Lives is part of Blue Mountain Young Life.

YoungLives, a ministry of Young Life which is committed to reaching every kid with the hope of the Gospel of Jesus, has many volunteer opportunities from childcare and meal preparation to one-on-one mentoring. If you would like to become involved, please contact the Young Life office at 509.525.1518.

If you know of a Teen Mom, please encourage them to be a part of this encouraging group.

They meet the third Tuesday evening of every month from 5:30-7:30 at Trinity Baptist Church, 595 Abbott Road. Childcare provided for teen moms.

More information on facebook and myspace. Search: Walla Walla Young Lives. Young Lives is part of Blue Mountain Young Life.

YWCA

Eliminating racism and empowering women

The YWCA has the local domestic violence and sexual assault resource center. Call you r visit for free information and free and confidential services.

212 S. First, Walla Walla
Phone: 509.525.2570
Crisis phone : 509.529.9922

Dayton: 1012 S. 3rd, Dayton
Phone: 509.382.9922
Crisis phone 509.382.9922