Seattle Children's Home
Our mission is to help children and their families by providing comprehensive mental health and developmental services.
Founded in 1884, Seattle Children's Home (SCH) is a private, not-for-profit organization that responds to the mental health needs of children and their families throughout Seattle, King County and Washington State. From humble beginnings as a home for orphaned children, SCH has blossomed into the only mental health facility of its kind in King County.
Today, Seattle Children's Home is respected throughout the community for addressing the emotional and behavioral health needs of our state's most seriously emotionally disturbed children.
One in five children in the United States suffers from some form of diagnosable mental illness. At Seattle Children’s Home, we strive to meet the needs of these children and their families with a full spectrum of care. Services range from residential treatment with 24 hour nursing and psychiatric services to less intensive counseling visits. Our professional staff is dedicated to providing the highest quality of personalized care.
Seattle Children's Home provides treatment services for Washington's emotionally and developmentally challenged children to help them live normal, productive lives. Our unique path of assessment, treatment and follow-up has proven successful in thousands of cases over the last decade.
Seattle Children's Home works in ways that honor diversity in values and culture and is built on client and family strengths and knowledge. Combining tenderness of care with effective programs and one-of-a-kind services, the people and programs at Seattle Children's Home believe in building on family foundations and the strengths of the individual child.
At Seattle Children’s Home, we strive to meet the needs of these children and their families with a full spectrum of care.
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