Child Care

What You Can Do

Local Organizations
Childcare Resources

SNAP

SNAP has a Homeless Childcare Program to help homeless families with free childcare for up to 90 days as they seek permanent housing, employment, and/or attend appointments. 

(509) 624-4282

Child Care Aware of Washington

Helping  parents find child care, including subsidized care for low income families. 

You will be referred to a local contact person who can answer questions about how to choose care.  You can also learn about licensed providers in our area, how to get information on complaints and licensing violations, and any financial assistance programs available to your family, if you qualify.  

Child Care Aware of Washington
Spokane, WA  99223
3307 E 55th Ave, Suite B


Email: 
familycenter@childcare.org

Phone: (509) 822-7690

Parentline: (800) 446-1114

Fax: (206) 461-3726, ATTN: CCA Family Center 

Website: http://community-minded.org/child-care-aware-of-eastern-washingtonearly-achievers/

DSHS Child Care Application

The DSHS Childcare Subsidy Program helps families in need pay for childcare. You can apply over the phone or online.

Phone: 1 (877) 501-2233


Head Start / ECEAP

Offered through the Community Colleges of Spokane, Head Start /ECEAP offers early learning from prenatal parent resources through preschool development programs

Phone: (509) 533-4800