Ashley was referred to counseling through Cedar Heights Middle School. She was getting in trouble for her behavior toward other students. Ashley was obsessed with male students and hassle them to the point where teachers and administrators would need to ... read more

Being a new intern, I was intimidated to write a success story. “Who am I to know if this is a success story or not?” was my thought before submitting this story. However, recognizing a need to take me out of the equation I thought about my cl... read more

Reaching 8,000 South King County youth and families on an annual basis isn’t something we do by ourselves. It takes a community of supporters, donors, advocates, and, of course, volunteers. Every year, hundreds and hundreds of volunteers from all over K... read more

Susan was a 9-year old girl who came to KYFS struggling to process some news about her biological father. She had just discovered that her step-father was not her biological father and was having a hard time making sense of it. She found herself unable to... read more

Ruby and her mom came to counseling hoping to change the conflict that had been escalating in their home recently. Like many parents of pre-teens, Ruby’s mom was reporting an increase in “attitude” and “disrespect” as they st... read more

  As with any of our life stories, this one is still in progress… Enrolled in our early learning program this school year, were two sisters. They are daughters of a single mom who has recently migrated from Mexico. Mom was pregnant with her fou... read more

Over the course of the last month, donors from near and far have proudly put their donations to work for the youth and families of South King County. Now, it is your turn. http://kyfs.org/weworkforthem  Your gift will ensure infants, toddlers, youth and ... read more

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