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Now Recruiting: Parent Ally Mentor Interns!

Now Recruiting: Parent Ally Mentor Interns!

Join Homeward House Collaborative’s Parent Ally Mentor Internship Program and start a journey to become a Parent Ally Mentor. Paid part-time intern positions are open to fathers and mothers who have triumphed over challenges associated with substance use disorders,...

Volunteer Spotlight: Uniting for a Common Purpose

Volunteer Spotlight: Uniting for a Common Purpose

We’re shining a light on the Bahá’ís (“ba-HIGHs”) of Snohomish County. They are partnering with Homeward House on a unique year-long project to nourish family bonds and foster new connections toward building a more vibrant community.

Strong Foundations: The Preventative Power of Infant Mental Health Services

Strong Foundations: The Preventative Power of Infant Mental Health Services

Infant mental health services are essential for families facing poverty and substance use disorder challenges. The expert support and programs are grounded in a deep understanding of the critical importance of emotional well-being, attachment, and early experiences in shaping a child’s long-term development.

Join the Parent Voice Group!

Join the Parent Voice Group!

Parents: Your voice matters! Join the parent voice group to help drive the ways Homeward House Collaborative continues to grow and improve the services for families.What: Parent Voice is a group of Homeward House participants and alumni who meet monthly to share their...

Get to Know Sarah Norman

Get to Know Sarah Norman

Sarah is the Advancement Manager for Homeward House Collaborative. She is actively advancing the mission and impact of the collaborative by attracting support, keeping the network of collaborative partners strong and viable, and raising awareness and visibility.

Supporting and celebrating dads

Supporting and celebrating dads

Homeward House is dedicated to recognizing and supporting fathers and fathers-to-be in overcoming substance use disorders and povertyChildren do better when dads are involved In the past decade, research has confirmed what is obvious to those of us who work with...

The work of Homeward House CORE Collaborative is on the ancestral lands of the Coast Salish Peoples, in particular, the Tulalip, Snohomish, Stillaguamish, and Sauk-Suiattle tribes. We honor the original caretakers of the land they continue to cherish and protect.

We are is dedicated to fostering racial equity. Our Race and Social Justice Statement describes our commitment and the steps we are taking to change the systems and practices that perpetuate inequities.