Burien’s St. Elizabeth Episcopal Church will be partnering up with Neighborhood House to provide health, education and self-sufficiency through culturally and linguistically relevant services.
Since 1906, Neighborhood House has been serving diverse communities in Seattle and King County.
Partnering with individuals and families, Neighborhood House works to build community and achieve their goals for health, education and self-sufficiency through culturally and Linguistically Relevant Services.
Their two newly renovated classrooms at St. Elizabeth’s offer full day, center-based care to 16 low-income toddlers as part of the Early Head Start program.
The teachers work to foster a culturally responsive environment for diverse and multilingual families and build family partnerships through parent engagement in the program planning.
To learn more about their work, visit www.nhwa.org.
To learn more about St. Elizabeth’s, visit https://stelizabethburien.org.