For families

Information for Joya families

Joya Child & Family Development provides more than care for children. We help build families that become advocates for their children for the rest of their lives. These families aren’t just moms and dads. They’re brothers and sisters, friends and neighbors, grandparents and aunts and uncles. They’re groups that support children and build paths for them to follow as they grow and thrive.

Empowering parents to be life-long advocates for their children is at the heart of our work. We are here to help you celebrate your child’s little milestones and comfort you when fear and uncertainties arise. Families have lots of questions, and we’re here to help. Please see some commonly requested resources listed below or connect with us if you need more help.

ABCD Dental

The Arc of SpokaneThe Arc of Spokane provides life-changing support for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families at every stage of life.

The Center for Children with Special Needs Resource Guide

Division for Early Childhood

Head Start Spokane

Spokane Regional Health District – Early Support for Infants and Toddlers (SRHD ESIT) – Parents who have concerns regarding the growth and development of their child, birth to three years of age, may consider calling the Infant Toddler Network at 509-324-1651 to receive information about the Child Find program provided by the Spokane Regional Health District.

WA Pave

Zero To Three

Autism resources

Down syndrome resources

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From parent programs to family fun nights, there is always something going on for the families of Joya. View our calendar for upcoming events that may be of benefit to your family.

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Learn more about the enrollment process and what you need to know to get started.

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Services and programs

Joya offers a wide range of services and programs, depending on the needs of your child.

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