ChildStrive | January 24, 2020
- Join us at our grand opening February 11th
- ChildStrive now operates out of three locations; Casino Road, Everett Mall Way and 200th Pl in Lynnwood
Everett, WA, January 14, 2020 — ChildStrive is proud to announce the grand opening of their new offices at 906 SE Everett Mall Way. Please join the Economic Alliance of Snohomish County and other ChildStrive supporters at an open house on February 11th from 3:00-7:00 pm for light refreshments and tours.
ChildStrive has owned and operated out of two properties in Snohomish County for over 20 years, one at 14 E Casino Road and another on 200th Pl in Lynnwood. With the region’s growth, our programming and staff have grown to meet the needs of the families we serve. These new offices will move our administrative activities out of our other locations and free up space for the Casino Road community to gather, learn and thrive. All family and children programs and services will still be offered at the Casino Road and Lynnwood locations.
ChildStrive is deeply committed to building a restorative community where every family can build a successful life. We have worked closely with our partner Connect Casino Road, to ensure that the Village on Casino Road has become a place for community to flourish. Construction started in late summer 2019 to transform the space into a welcoming and restorative gathering place. ChildStrive and Connect Casino Road are working in cooperation with the YMCA, Everett Community College and all Village partners to ensure that classes and events are still taking place during construction. We are excited to continue operating our Play & Learn Groups and Clever Sprouts ECEAP Preschool programs at the Village on Casino Road.
The ribbon cutting will take place after a brief welcome at 3:30 pm. To RSVP for the event or to learn more about our work please visit us online or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Company
For the past 57 years, ChildStrive has helped thousands of families imagine a different future for their children, by providing critically important family-centered programs. In each of its programs, ChildStrive families work one-on-one with a professionally trained home visitor who help identify learning opportunities in daily family routines such as bath time, mealtime, or during play; provide essential early childhood development information; and help set goals for the child and their family.