Sibshops is a great place to meet other kids who have siblings with disabilities. Through games, crafts and fun, siblings are given the opportunity to feel as though they are the most important person of the day. They receive undivided attention from staff members who know what it's like to have a sibling with a disability. 

For information Sibling Support, Adult Sibling Support, or the Washington State Chapter of the Sibling Leadership Network contact Megan Edmonds 425-258-2459 ext 107 




The Coalition provides leadership development, training and mentoring, advocacy education and support for individual self-advocates and self-advocacy groups. The purpose of this program is to educate individuals about their rights as participating members of their community and how their participation in their local community builds integration and inclusion of people with developmental disabilities.  In addition, the Coalition educates policy makers, local organizations and members of the community at large. To learn more about the Self-Advocacy Coalition and how you can become involved, please contact Corinna Fale at 425-258-2459 x103



Creating Opportunities for People with Developmental Disabilities.



Connecting Families


The Arc of Snohomish County fosters healthy families by offering many events throughout the year. The social events create opportunities for families to become engaged with their communities, meet others and have fun! For more information and upcoming events visit the website.


Parent to Parent & Helping Parent

Learning your child has special medical needs or a disability can be a traumatic experience. You may have questions or concerns regarding how to deal with your child’s needs and/or your personal feelings. Parent to Parent offers emotional support, insight and understanding to parents who learn their child has special needs or whose child is going through a transitional period.

Parent to Parent offers emotional support, insight, and understanding for parents when they learn their child has special needs, or their child may be going through a transitional period. The Parent-to-Parent program provides information and referrals to community resources, services, support groups, state support programs, and others as well as events and support groups to bring families together and gain relationships.

A Helping Parent is the parent/guardian of a child with a disability who completed training with the Parent to Parent Program.  A Helping Parent is matched with a parent of a child with similar experiences, needs, or disability.


Helping Parents are non-judgmental and will actively listen, provide emotional support, maintain confidentiality and share ideas and resources.
If you would like to learn more about the Connecting Families and Parent to Parent program, receive information by email, or have questions on how you can be involved:

Contact Alaina Kube at 425-258-2459 x111 or Lynnea Rimando at 425-258-2459 x 106

Other Connecting Families Programs: 

                                                                                                    Mother’s Network

Join fellow moms who are raising children with developmental disabilities to share resources and offer one another support and encouragement. Meetings are the first Saturday of the month, 10am-noon. Call or check calendar for location:  

For more information contact Alaina Kube at (425) 258-2459 x111 

 Father’s Network

Father’s Network is a group of dads raising children with developmental disabilities who meet to share resource information, ideas and concerns. The group meets the fourth Thursday of the month, 7:00pm-9:00pm at The Arc office, 2500 Hewitt Ave Suite 300 in Everett. Father’s Network also features quarterly events; encouraging dads to get out of the house, have fun and be guys.

For more information contact or call Jamie Coonts (425) 258-2459 x104

Connecting Families Night

Parents share concerns, information and resources during interactive meetings with featured speakers. Meetings occur the second Monday of the month, 7:00pm-8:30pm at The Arc office, 2500 Hewitt Ave. Suite 300, Everett.

For more information contact Alaina Kube at (425) 258-2459 x111  

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