Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV)
Open Arms’ providers work alongside domestic violence advocates from WSCADV to deepen the support of survivors and their families. This short film, Where You Are, We Are Here, uplifts this innovative partnership that supports survivors, their families, and communities to be safer, stronger, and more connected.
Our Community Partners
Open Arms is grateful for the generosity of our supportive partnerships. We are fortunate to partner with incredible community organizations and individuals to support communal access to resources, essential items, and educational opportunities. This is a non-exhaustive list of our community partners, funders, and sponsors.
The Program for Early Parent Support (PEPS) helps parents connect and grow as they begin their journey into parenthood. PEPS parent support programs educate, inform and create community.
The Seattle Public Library is the public library system serving the city of Seattle, Washington.
Tilth Alliance promotes organic and sustainable practices using farms, gardens, and kitchens as classrooms where people from all backgrounds can learn to grow, prepare and eat food.
WestSide Baby meets the basic needs of children to promote safety, security & healthy development. They provide essential items to keep children safe, warm, and dry by collecting and distributing diapers, clothing, and equipment throughout Western King County.
The Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence mobilizes member programs and allies to end domestic violence through advocacy and action for social change.
Community-based Perinatal Service Providers
BLKBRY® is grounded in advocacy, decolonizing support care, trauma-informed care, gender-affirming care, size and disability inclusivity, and resourcefulness.
The Center for Indigenous Midwifery is focused on strengthening indigenous communities by honoring and reclaiming indigenous midwifery care and family support. The Center creates opportunities for culturally centered experiences for childbearing families, in addition to capacity building for the Indigenous Birthkeepers.
Global Perinatal Services’ mission is to provide community-based doula services that will educate, respect, and empower black, refugee, and immigrant families during pregnancy, birth, and into early parenting.
Hummingbird Indigenous Doulas and Family Services is a culturally responsive, full-spectrum, Indigenous doula program.
The Pacific Islander Health Board seeks to care for and uplift Pacific Islander communities in a culturally relevant way. They offer perinatal services referrals, health insurance navigation, interpreter services, and health education, including vaccination community outreach.
Recent Funders and Sponsors
Amerigroup is an American health insurance and managed health care provider that covers 7.7 million seniors, people with disabilities, low-income families and other state and federally sponsored beneficiaries, and federal employees in 26 states, making it the nation’s largest provider of health care for public programs.
Best Starts for Kids is a King County voter-approved initiative to support every baby born or child raised in King County to reach adulthood happy, healthy, safe, and thriving. To date, Best Starts for Kids has served more than half of a million King County children, youth, young adults, and families in partnership with more than five hundred community-based organizations.
Molina Healthcare provides managed health care services under the Medicaid and Medicare programs and through the state insurance marketplaces. Through its locally operated health plans, Molina Healthcare serves approximately 5 million members.
Protecting and improving the health and well-being of King County.
The mission of the Seattle Human Services Department is to connect people with resources and solutions during times of need so we can all live, learn, work and take part in strong, healthy communities.
DCYF is the lead agency for state-funded services that support children and families to build resilience and health, and to improve educational outcomes.