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  • Sitka Community Resources - aeyc-sea.org
    education and newborn care Sitka Community Hospital 747 1701 Planned Parenthood 747 3883 Dial A Story 747 3411 Domestic Violence Intervention Sitkans Against Family Violence SAFV 747 3370 Free medical insurance for children Denali Kid Care 1 800 478 2221 Financial assistance for child care 747 6955 Home visiting and support Public Health Nurse 747 3255 Head Start 747 7310 Infant Learning Program Center for Community 747 6960 Information about

    Original URL path: http://www.aeyc-sea.org/sitka-community-resources.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Petersburg Community Resources - aeyc-sea.org
    Lending Library Payment AEYC Liaison Vacant Petersburg Community Resources Assistance with child abuse and neglect Office of Children s Services 772 3565 Health Care and Health Resources Denali KidCare 1 888 318 8890 SEARHC Petersburg 772 2020 Petersburg Public Health Center 772 4611 Poison Control 1 800 222 1222 Tlingit Haida Headstart Head Start Homebase 772 4702 Tlingit and Haida Petersburg Center Base 772 4751 Tlingit and Haida Head Start

    Original URL path: http://www.aeyc-sea.org/petersburg-community-resources.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Wrangell Community Resources - aeyc-sea.org
    Assistance with Child Abuse and Neglect Issues Office of Children s Services 874 3789 Childbirth Education Newborn Care Wrangell Medical Center 874 7000 Wrangell Health Center 874 3615 Child Care Services Head Start 874 2455 Wrangell Early Childhood Coalition 305 0985 Special Education Services 874 3395 Financial Assistance for Child Care Catholic Community Services 463 6100 or 1 800 505 6124 Information and Referrals for Child Care AEYC Association for

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  • Ketchikan Community Resources - aeyc-sea.org
    s mental health Community Connections 225 7825 Domestic Violence Intervention WISH 225 9474 Food Housing PATH Homeless Shelter 225 4194 Salvation Army 225 5277 Free medical insurance for children Denali Kid Care 1 800 478 2221 Health Medical Contacts Ketchikan Indian Community ph 228 5288 fax 228 4920 Ketchikan Indian Corporation 225 4061 Gateway Center for Human Services ph 225 4135 fax 247 4135 Ketchikan General Hospital 228 8300 Public Health Center 225 4350 Information about choosing quality child care AEYC 1 888 785 1235 Information about state social services AK Info 1 800 478 2221 Library story times 225 0370 Parents classes counseling support groups Gateway Center for Human Services 225 4135 Head Start Ketchikan Rural Cap 225 7499 Head Start Saxman Tlingit and Haida Sept May ph 225 8728 fax 225 8729 Ketchikan Indian Corporation 225 4061 ORCA 225 6722 Parents as Teachers 247 7499 Screening and support for developmental delays Community Connections 225 5396 Supplemental food and nutrition information WIC 225 3392 Social and Youth Groups for Kids First Book Southern Alaska 228 4256 message Ketchikan Public Library 225 0370 City of Ketchikan Museum 225 5600 Ketchikan Gateway Borough Recreational Center 225 9579 Ketchikan Boys and Girls

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  • Babysitting Cooperative - aeyc-sea.org
    get together and design a simple system usually using points or coupons by which they will exchange babysitting hours and keep records so that every family can benefit from the co op and parents have numerous people to call on when the need arises What you might like about this choice Babysitting budget 0 00 The co op is neighborhood based so you and your children get to know other kids and parents Babysitting co ops are simple and popular so there are plenty of models to choose from Drawbacks In general co ops focus on occasional babysitting not full time child care needs And the ones that do take on full time care involve such complications as capital investment and boards of directors The success of cooperatives relies on how committed the participants are which can vary considerably from co op to co op You should always have the right to refuse the services of a particular sitter However this can lead to hurt feelings and tension among neighbors You have an obligation to provide sitter services yourself in these no cost co ops Words Worth Considering Set a maximum number of members In some cases co ops may

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