Day Care

Tomorrow's Hope

A safe and nurturing environment for homeless and low-income children


Tomorrow’s Hope Child Development Center opened in 1992 to provide parents access to daycare while they could focus on gaining housing and pursuing employment or education.


Serving children from four weeks to 12 years old, the Center provides high-quality child development services to children and their parents and is the only licensed child development facility in Snohomish County specifically designed to meet the needs of families experiencing or have experienced homelessness or poverty.

Learning Both Ways

Wraparound services means that children are learning valuable skills while parents get the support they need to be role models. Learning from each other, families grow and thrive together.

Not Just Daycare

Tomorrow's Hope offers comprehensive social, educational, and emotional support not traditionally provided at daycare including:

  • ECEAP & HeadStart  |  The Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) is Washington's pre-kindergarten program serving three and four-year-old children. To promote school readiness, the program includes free early learning childcare to support development and learning, family support and parent engagement events, and child health coordination and nutrition. Head Start is ECEAP's federal counterpart.

  • Developmental Support  |  An in-house, part-time School Psychologist assesses the children's development, provides interventions for kindergarten readiness, and helps teachers use best practice strategies. An expertly trained Child and Family Specialist assists in designing classroom interventions, is available for immediate one-on-one intervention, provides parent coaching and community referrals, and serves as a community engagement coordinator. Additionally, a ChildStrive Parent Educator provides on-site support for teachers to share their challenges and successes. She can also help facilitate connecting families to more targeted areas of support.

  • Health & Nutrition  |  At Tomorrow's Hope, we strive to teach our children the fun and interactive ways to lead a healthy life, exploring diverse meals from around the globe while learning about other cultures and supporting a healthy immune system and brain development. A voluntary Kids’ Clinic is available for health assessments, check-ups, and immunizations. Stellar Kids Dentistry visits quarterly to demonstrate good oral health. Washington State Smile Partners visit our preschool, pre-k, and Head Start classrooms to do dental check-ups and cleanings.

Tomorrow's Hope Child Development Center

5910 Evergreen Way • Everett, WA 98203

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