Community Resources

Our Family Resources Board, located on the wall in the front hallway, has a variety of resources available for families. This includes topics of interest, as well as resources in the community which may be useful.

If you have questions about your child's development please ask your child's teacher. We do developmental screenings and conferences. Children under age three may also be screened for free through the Infant-Toddler Program and children over age three may receive a free screening at their local school district.

"211" can be a great resource. You can ask to connect to Panhandle Health and services such as WIC (food for expectant moms and young children), childcare referrals, health services, free immunizations, etc. You may also request resources for development screenings.

The Self Reliance program at Idaho Health and Welfare may offer help with child care expenses or children's health insurance or food stamps.

St. Vincent de Paul offers a range of services to help families such as housing, food bank, parenting classes, clothing, and emergency services and shelter.

Please ask Deb or Sandy if you have other needs.

Community Resources

Infant-Toddler Program - 208-769-1409
Idaho Health and Welfare - 208-769-1456
Panhandle Health - 208-415-5130
St. Vincent de Paul - 208-664-3095
ICCP - 211
WIC - 211
NACCRRA (For our military families) - www.NACCRRA.org

Developmental Screenings

School Districts
Coeur D'Alene - 208-666-6762
Post Falls - 208-457-0772
Lakeland - 208-687-0431

PTO

We invite all families to join PTO (Parent-Teacher Organization). If you are a parent, grandparent, or other family member, you are welcome. We'll meet a few times per year and help plan holiday events or paint and fix-it work parties and other get togethers for families. The PTO Bulletin Board is located to the right of the sign in table. We'll post upcoming events there.