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COVID-19 Updates

Treehouse is adjusting our existing programs to fund immediate needs.

Although the Treehouse Store and offices are closed, staff continue working remotely to serve children, youth and young adults. We’re answering phone calls 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Friday at 206.767.7000. While the store is closed for in-person shopping, please email store@treehouseforkids.org for information about submitting an online request to be picked up at the 2100 Building.

The Treehouse Store is not accepting clothing, toys and other material donations at this time. If you would like to assist, financial gifts are still very welcome.

Support Treehouse as we partner with youth in foster care to weather this crisis.
Donate or learn more at treehouseforkids.org/donate.

List of Resources for Families During COVID-19
There are new statewide and King County resources available every day. Treehouse will update this document as new resources are brought to our attention.

Prevention Tips
The best guidance for all of us remains: Wash your hands often, avoid touching your face and if you feel ill, stay home except to get medical care. For additional information, visit health care providers such as Kaiser Permanente and Premera Blue Cross, as well as public health agencies the CDC and Public Health – Seattle King County.

Combat Racism, Bias and Discrimination
Help us prevent discrimination or stigmatization by sharing accurate information. COVID-19 infection is not connected to any race, ethnicity or nationality. Misinformation about coronavirus disease 2019 can create fear and hostility that harms people and makes it harder to keep everyone healthy. Public Health Seattle and King County has provided resources to address and prevent.

Our Five-Year Goal

By 2022, youth in foster care across Washington state will graduate from high school at the same rate as their peers, with support and a plan to launch successfully into adulthood.

Meet Treehouse's Class of 2019

Without the foundation of an education, youth in foster care continue to face challenges long after leaving the foster care system.

Youth Served Annually: