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  • Youthnet offers a variety of support services to children and families including: licensing foster parents, case management, 24-hour on-call support, respite care, ongoing foster parent training, weekly support groups, and financial compensation. There are no fees to foster parents or foster-to-adopt families.

  • Our goal is to assist youth in acquiring the necessary skills to become self-sufficient adults. We offer community based mentorship-style services and monthly group work-shops. This program provides hands-on life skills training and support for youth who are in foster care, exiting foster care, juvenile justice, or other programs serving at-risk youth.

  • This program offers professional intervention services for families at-risk. We provide parents with simple and practical strategies to help them confidently manage their child’s behavior, prevent problems from developing and build strong healthy relationships.

  • Through this program, we provide one-on-one assistance for current and former foster youth, ages 14 through 18, in pursuing, persisting in and completing a plan for post-secondary education at no cost to them. This is achieved through information sharing, coordination with high school counselors and links to other services and programs.

  • Emerson High School is a secondary education program that is an alternative to conventional public high school. As a certified State Education Center, Emerson provides programs and services that help students overcome barriers to achieve a diploma and successfully transfer to post-secondary education and independent adult living.

  • These classes are held in Spanish only and include a Parenting/Support Group and resources for the Skagit County Hispanic community. The program covers parenting skills, communication, brain development, socio-emotional needs, health and wellness, employment, education, community, safety, and more. Hulda Mazariegos Garcia is the Program Coordinator.

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