Mapping Family Support in Washington State: part of Family Support America's Mapping the Field project

Mapping the Field is a Family Support America project to locate and collect information on every family support program in the country and to create a national database of comprehensive information on family support programs. This information will result in a national map of family support programs made available via the Family Support America Web site and other media.

For more information on the project, please visit the Mapping the Field website! And if you have information on a Family Support Center in Washington State that we don't have yet, please email us.

The information on this website is being continually updated as of Winter 2001, so please check back often for updates.

Here's a PDF (Adobe Acrobat) file with contact information for 91 Family Support Centers in Washington state (posted February 16, 2001)

Melissa is working on mapping family support centers in Washington State; she has a few sample, draft maps on the web. These maps don't have complete information yet! (posted January 12, 2001)

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Map of Washington State with 77 family support centers plotted.

The same Washington State map, this time with population by county indicated through color-coding.

Map of Puget Sound area (Olympia through Everett) family support centers.

The same Washington State map, this time with population by county indicated through color-coding.

 

Melissa went to and wrote a summary of the Family Support America conference in Chicago, April 2000; if you are wondering "just what is this Family Support thing about, anyway?" reading it will probably start to answer your questions; you might also be interested in the Principles of Family Support at FSA's website.


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Send Melissa email at familysupportwa@fullerbecker.com!

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