Housing Hope has been a leader in creating housing, services, and solutions to the challenges faced by homeless and at-risk families for over 30 years. Housing Hope opened Tomorrow’s Hope Child Development Center in 1992 to provide parents access to daycare while they focused on employment and housing activities.
The agency collaborates with Head Start, ChildStrive, Community Health Center, Everett Public Schools, and Imagine Children's Museum to provide evidence-based interventions that are trauma-informed and family-centered. This program is highly respected locally, and throughout the State for its effective work.
In 2016, Tomorrow’s Hope was awarded an increased rating from the State Department of Early Learning’s Early Achievers voluntary Quality Rating and Improvement System. This program serves as a model for helping children to achieve on-target development and enter kindergarten academically and socially ready.
Tomorrow's Hope Child Development Center provides high-quality child development services to children and their parents. Tomorrow's Hope is the only licensed child development facility in Snohomish County specifically designed to meet the needs of families experiencing or have experienced homelessness or poverty. Tomorrow's Hope is licensed to serve 112 children from four weeks to 11 years and 11 months of age so that children of different ages in a family receive quality services at one location.
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