The Parent-Child Assistance Program (PCAP) is an evidence-based federal research program through the University of Washington that began in 1991 and is currently funded by the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery. Extensive case management services are provided FREE of charge to eligible at-risk women through child-bearing years in a home visitation model. The goals of PCAP are to help mothers build and maintain healthy, independent family lives, to assure that children are in safe and stable homes, and to prevent future births of alcohol and drug exposed children.
Kitsap Parent-Child Assistance Program
Case managers/advocates are dedicated to provided personalized attention to every client. They provide extensive practical assistance and the long-term emotional support so important to women who are making fundamental changes in their lives.