Treehouse For Kids

Can foster kids thrive without community support?

Probably not. Even the best foster parents, with stable homes and adequate personal and financial resources, are hard-pressed to meet all the needs of a child whose world has been turned upside down by the realities of child abuse and neglect. The state covers a mere 60% of the costs of basic care, leaving foster parents to face a chronic gap.

Treehouse fills the gaps for King County foster children.

Since 1988, Treehouse has filled the gaps for kids in foster care, providing services that no other agency addresses: money for extra-curricular activities and summer camp, professional educational support services, resources to fully participate in the everyday activities of growing up, clothing and supplies to help them fit in at school.

Contact Treehouse at 206-767-7000 for more information

Christin L. Kundert | Educational Advocacy Statewide Training CoordinatorTreehouse |C 206.498.3910 | F 206.767.7773 |

2100 - 24th Avenue So., Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98144


(206) 767-7000
2100 24th Avenue S., Suite 200
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