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 There are many ways for helping us change the lives of people with I/DD and their families. You can make donations, sponsor an event or program, volunteer or even donate your talent supporting a specific project.

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P2PParent to Parent (P2P) is a program for parents by parents who have children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) or with special health care needs. P2P provides a network of peer support, information and referral, and educational workshops.

Program Highlights

• Match trained and experienced “Helping Parents” (mentor) with parents who have children with similar diagnoses and family circumstances in order to provide peer emotional support.
• African American, Spanish and Vietnamese speaking Helping Parents and peer support groups are available
• Culturally specific Helping Parents and peer support group activities available in Spanish, Vietnamese, and for African American families.
• Provide information and referrals on intellectual and developmental disability resources and services throughout the lifespan.
• Bilingual Information and Referral assistance is available in Spanish and Vietnamese. Other language options are available upon request.
• Provide one-on-one consultation via email, phone, video conferences, community meetings, drop in meetings and home visits (home visits are limited)
• Offer training for parents who would like to become volunteer “Helping Parents”.
• Host social and recreational events to provide opportunities to connect parents
• Coordinate virtual support groups, as DS King and DS King Babies
• Periodic educational workshops and trainings.

Click here to visit the community calendar to find upcoming P2P events! 

Online Support Groups

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Contact Information 

For English:
Rachel Nemhauser
Parent to Parent Program Coordinator
rnemhauser@arcofkingcounty.org
P:206-829-7046

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Parent to Parent Program Coordinator
mcooks@arcofkingcounty.org
P:206-829-7038

For Latino and Spanish Speaking Families
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Latino Information and family Support Specialist
P: 206.829.7027

For Vietnamese Families
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Vietnamese Information and Family Support Specialist
P: 206.829.7037

For African American Families
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African American Information and Family Support Specialist
P: 206.829.7036 

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Department Supervisor Contact
Robin Tatsuda
Director of Information & Family Support


P: 206.957.7011