Human Services Department Child Development Program Records, 1986-2002  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Seattle (Wash.) Human Services Department
Title
Human Services Department Child Development Program Records
Dates
1986-2002 (inclusive)
1995-2001 (bulk)
Quantity
4.8 cubic feet, (12 boxes)
Collection Number
3623-01
Summary
An office that ensured access to affordable education and child development programs for all children, especially low-income and disadvantaged children.
Repository
Seattle Municipal Archives
Seattle Municipal Archives
Office of the City Clerk
City of Seattle
PO Box 94728
98124-4728
Seattle, WA
Telephone: 206-233-7807
Fax: 206-386-9025
archives@seattle.gov
Access Restrictions

Records are open to the public.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for processing this record series was provided through a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

An Office of Human Resources was established in 1971 in the Executive Department to develop, implement, and manage social services for low-income and disadvantaged residents of Seattle. In 1973 it was replaced by the Department of Human Resources. DHR administered family and youth services programs, senior citizen services, community service activities, the Seattle Veterans Action Center, and the Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program. Federal, state, and local grants comprised two-thirds of the department's operating budget. Passage of the 1986 Low Income Housing Levy increased the City's funding and policy role in housing issues. In 1991, the agency name was changed to the Department of Human Services. A year later, the Department of Housing and Human Services was created, incorporating the City housing programs and Community Development Block Grant administration from the recently abolished Department of Community Development. DHHS programs included aging services, family and youth services, housing and community services, human services, and the City's education office. In 1999, the Office of Housing was established as an independent agency and DHHS was reorganized as the Human Services Department.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Files of the Manager of Child Development Programs, including subject files, project files, conference and seminar records. Programs focused on child care, early childhood education and out-of-school care for school-age children. Projects were funded by the Families and Education levies and grants and included the Seattle MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) Initiative and Project Lift-Off, two programs aimed at improving out-of-school care for children and youth.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Item and date], Seattle Child Development Programs Records 3623-01. Box [number], Folder [number]. Seattle Municipal Archives.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

3623-01:  Child Development Program Records , 1986-2002Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Annual Reports
1991-1999
½
Child Care Coordinating Committee
1999
1/3
Child Care Coordinating Committee Systems Subcommittee
1999-2001
1/4
Child Care In Schools
1996
1/5
Child Care Miscellany
1999-2000
1/6
Child Care Provider Surveys
Undated
1/7
Child Care Provider Surveys
1998
1/8
Child Care Resources Correspondence
1999
1/9
Child Care Subsidy Rates
2001
1/10
Child Care Wage Ladder
1999
1/11
Child Care Works For Washington
1998-1999
1/12
Child Care Works For Washington Legislative Agenda 2000
1998-1999
1/13
Child Care Works For Washington Planning For 2000
1999
1/14
Communities Count
2002
2/1
Community Colleges RFP
2000
2/2
Comprehensive Child Care Program
1993-1999
2/3
Comprehensive Child Care Program 25th Anniversary
1998
2/4
Comprehensive Child Care Program 25th Anniversary
1998
2/5
Comprehensive Child Care Program Community Development Block Grant
1999-2000
2/6
Comprehensive Child Care Program Evaluation
1995-1997
2/7
Comprehensive Child Care Program Evaluation
1996-1997
2/8
Comprehensive Child Care Program Evaluation
2000
2/9
Comprehensive Child Care Program Legislative Reception
1997-1998
2/10
Coordinated Funder Group
1998
2/11
Corporate Champions (Project Lift-Off)
2000
3/1
DC Agenda
-
3/2
Dept of Housing And Human Services - Building Leadership, Manager / Supervisor Training
1996
3/3
Dept of Housing And Human Services Retreat
1994
3/4
Early Childhood Education And Assistance Program Evaluation
2000
3/5
Early Childhood Education And Assistance Program Marketing And Communications Plan
1998
3/6
Early Childhood Education And Assistance Program Pilot
1990-2001
3/7
Economic Opportunity Strategy
2000
3/8
Education Conference Presentation By Billie Young
1999
3/9
Education Summit And Resource Development
1996
4/1
Employer Champions For Children (Project Lift-Off)
2000
4/2
Empowerment Zone
1998-1999
4/3
Families And Education Levy
1996-1998
4/4
Families And Education Levy
1998
4/5
Families And Education Levy I History
1997
4/6
Families And Education Levy II
1996-1997
4/7
Families And Education Levy II
1996
4/8
Families And Education Levy Budget
1995-1996
4/9
Families And Education Levy Interdepartmental Team Goals
1997
4/10
Families And Education Levy Interdepartmental Team
1998
4/11
Families And Education Levy Interdepartmental Team
1999
4/12
Families And Education Levy Language
1990
5/1
Families And Education Levy Proposals
Undated
5/2
Families And Education Levy Speaker's Kit
1997
5/3
Finance Circle
2001
5/4
Finance Circle Managing Partners Meeting
2000
5/5
Finance Circle Managing Partners Meeting
2002
5/6
Finance Circle Site Leaders Retreat
2001
5/7
Financing: Action Agenda (Child Care Action Campaign)
1997
5/8
Foundations: For All Kids
1999
5/9
Grantmaker Conference
2000
5/10
Goals
1999
5/11
Goals
1999-2000
5/12
Human Development Planning
2000
5/13
Human Services Department
2000
5/14
Human Services Department Legislative Agenda
2002
5/15
Human Services Department Legislative Issues 2003
2002
5/16
Human Services Department - Managing For Success
2001
5/17
Human Services Department Strategic Management Team
2002
5/18
Inter-City Visit To Minneapolis
1999
6/1
Johnson Foundation - Sustaining Community Out-Of-School Initiatives, A National Forum
1997
6/2
Kaleidoscope 1993-1996, 4-Year Plan, DHHS
1993
6/3
Kith And Kin Child Care Meeting
1996
6/4
Legislative Agenda 2000
1999
6/5
Local Government Child Care
1993-1998
6/6
Locally Designed Options, Head Start / ECEAP
1996
6/7
Locally Designed Options, Head Start / ECEAP Planning Team
1996
6/8
Mayor's Briefing
1999-2000
6/9
Mayor's Letter
1996-1998
6/10
Mayor's Speaking Points
1997-1999
6/11
Mayor's Speaking Points
1998-1999
6/12
Meeting With Bill Gates Sr.
1999
6/13
Middle School
1995-1998
6/14
Mission / Vision (Department)
1999
6/15
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time)
1993-1998
7/1
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time)
1998-1999
7/2
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time)
2000
7/3
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time)
2001
7/4
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time)
Undated
7/5
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) II
1998
7/6
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) Award
1995
7/7
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) Briefing
1998
7/8
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) Finance Project (Also Project Lift-Off)
1999
7/9
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) Match And Resource Development
1995-1996
7/10
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) Match And Resource Development
1996
7/11
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) Proposal
1995
7/12
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) Proposal
1995
7/13
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) Renewal
1998-1999
8/1
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) Resource Development
1994-1995
8/2
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) School-Age Care
1997
8/3
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) Small Group Reports (Retreat)
1996-1997
8/4
MOST (Making The Most Of Out-Of-School Time) Staffing Crisis
1999
8/5
National Association For The Education Of Young Children, Finance Workshop
1997
8/6
National Association For The Education Of Young Children, Finance Workshop
1998
8/7
National Association For The Education Of Young Children, Presentation, Subsidy Studies
1997
8/8
National Association For The Education Of Young Children, Workshop
2000
8/9
National Forum On the Future Of Children And Families Presentation
1991
8/10
Northwest Finance Circle Next Steps
2001
8/11
Northwest Finance Circle Next Steps
2001
8/12
Northwest Finance Circle Pathways To Quality
Undated
8/13
Office Of Economic Development: Campaign Re Public Benefits
Undated
8/14
Organizational Chart - Personnel
1999
9/1
Outcomes
1997-1998
9/2
Parks / Child Care
1996
9/3
Partnership For Washington's Future
1997-1998
9/4
Presentations, Chicago Slides - "Meeting the Challenges Of Education In America" Conference
1999
9/5
Project Lift-Off
2000
9/6
Project Lift-Off
2000
9/7
Project Lift-Off Interdepartmental Team
2001
9/8
Project Lift-Off Partnership Meeting
1999
9/9
Project Lift-Off Survey and Demography
1999
10/1
Project Lift-Off Transparencies
Undated
10/2
Public Engagement Campaign
1997
10/3
Quality Child Care Think Tank
1996
10/4
Quality Child Care Think Tank
1995-1996
10/5
Quality, Compensation And Affordability (Child Care)
1992-1993
10/6
Quality, Compensation And Affordability (Child Care)
1994-2000
10/7
Quality, Compensation And Affordability (Child Care)
1995-1996
10/8
Quality, Compensation And Affordability (Child Care) Caucus
1995
10/9
Quality Process (Child Care Development Funds)
1997
11/1
ROOTS Project Proposal
2001
11/2
School Partnerships
1998
11/3
Seattle Head Start / Early Childhood Education Assistance Programs Policy Council
1996
11/4
Seattle Jobs Initiative
1997
11/5
Seattle Jobs Initiative
1997
11/6
Seattle Jobs Initiative Provider Survey
1998
11/7
Seattle Jobs Initiative Provider Survey
1998
11/8
Seattle SafeFutures Key Leaders Meeting With Attorney General Janet Reno
2000
11/9
Seattle SafeFutures Key Leaders Meeting With Attorney General Janet Reno
2000
11/10
Starting A Child Care Program Resource Kit
1986-1987
11/11
Steinbrueck, Peter, Talking Points
1998
11/12
Successful Collaboration In The SafeFutures Project Facilitated Discussion
1996
11/13
Summer Sack Lunch Program
1991-1992
12/1
Summer Sack Lunch Program
1997
12/2
Teen Parent Hotline
1991-19991
12/3
Teen Parent Project
1991
12/4
Think Tank Minneapolis, Financial Aid
1998
12/5
Tiny Tots Development Center
1996-1997
12/6
Trust Fund / Fund Services
1999
12/7
U. S. Conference Of Mayors
1997
12/8
Washington Department Of Social And Health Services Child Care Team Project
1989
12/9
Washington Department Of Social And Health Services Project Lift-Off Grant - Ordinance
2000
12/10
Welfare
1998
12/11
White House Conference On Child Care
1997
12/12
Work Plan
1997
12/13
Working Mother Magazine
1991
12/14
Working Mother Magazine Reception
1990-1991
12/15
Worthy Wage Action Day
1993-1995

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • After-school programs--Washington--Seattle
  • Child development--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Day care
  • Early childhood education--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • School-age child care--Washington--Seattle
  • Personal Names :
  • Young, Billie
  • Corporate Names :
  • Seattle (Wash.). Dept. of Human Resources
  • Seattle (Wash.) Dept. of Housing and Human Services
  • Geographical Names :
  • Seattle (Wash.)