Who We Are

Wonderland Child & Family Services is a 501(c)3 non-profit agency serving children from birth through age 12 with developmental delays, disabilities, and prenatal substance exposure. Founded in 1969, Wonderland is dedicated to helping children meet healthy developmental milestones. We reach hundreds of families through Early Childhood Programs & Services and Hope RISING Clinic for Prenatal Substance Exposure. Our direct service providers are uniquely trained to provide trauma- and FASD-informed care.


Infants and children through age three receive personalized services in their natural learning environments, such as home or childcare center.

  • Evaluation, therapy, and resource support provided by physical, occupational, and speech therapists, special educators, infant mental health specialists, and family resources coordinators.
  • CHERISH Program – specialized support for children in foster car and their families.


Provides a “bridge” to the next program for children in Seattle from birth through four years of age.


Our community-based programs support children and their caregivers through group activities, including Preschool Readiness Program, Hanen Parenting Program, Kaleidoscope Play & Learn Groups, and Little Wonders: PEPS.

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Hope RISING Clinic is a groundbreaking center serving children from birth through age 12 with suspected or confirmed prenatal exposure to drugs or alcohol. Our therapists are uniquely trained to provide trauma− and FASD-informed care.

Early identification, assessment, evidence-based therapies, and supports for the entire family help children with prenatal substance exposure rise to their full potential.

Assessment and treatment for children with prenatal exposure to any substances, and resources and support for their families.

Interdisciplinary assessment and diagnosis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders utilizing the FASD 4-Digits Diagnostic Code.
*Training and oversight provided by the FAS Diagnostic & Prevention Network (FAS DPN) Clinic, University of Washington.

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