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First PEPS mothering group a success at Room One

First PEPS mothering group a success at Room One

By Laurelle Walsh

New moms Cara Godwin, Sara Steele, Sam Soodak, Talitha Parsons and Dani Golden met at Room One in Twisp on Friday (Feb. 13) for the final session of a 12-week mothering group based on the PEPS framework, or Program for Early Parent Support. The moms brought their …

Room One reports on fire-recovery money

Room One reports on fire-recovery money

By Marcy Stamper
Room One has received almost $204,000 in donations to its fire-recovery fund since last summer and has set aside more than half to fill unmet needs of survivors. As of Jan. 1, Room One had spent almost $33,000 …
Room One needs help with remodeling projects

Room One needs help with remodeling projects

Room One is looking for volunteers to help with interior remodeling during February and March at its building on Lincoln Street in Twisp. The remodeling is designed to create more spaces for staff to meet privately with clients, as well as offices for staff and better access to Room One services, said Adrianne Moore, outreach...
Family planning clinic conducting survey

Family planning clinic conducting survey

The Twisp Family Planning Clinic at Room One is conducting an evaluation to assess and strengthen the services it offers in the Methow Valley. Former, current and interested clients are encouraged to respond to a survey that can be found on the Room One website, www.roomone.org, and its Facebook page. The survey takes just a...
Community briefs: October 8, 2014

Community briefs: October 8, 2014

This week: Bid on soup bowls until October 23 and Rally on ‘the coast’ on October 27.
Disaster case managers help with winter housing, emergency funds

Disaster case managers help with winter housing, emergency funds

By Marcy Stamper
The new local disaster case manager for fire survivors has already worked with about 20 people and households — many who lost everything in the fire — and said she is encouraged about meeting people’s winter housing needs. “So far, I’m really …
Community briefs: September 17, 2014

Community briefs: September 17, 2014

This week: Tool drive for fire and flood victims, Fire recovery workshop, Co-op celebrates 75 years, Free day at state parks, Soup Dinner tickets on sale soon, and Emergency planning meeting
Generosity after the fire — where does the relief money go?

Generosity after the fire — where does the relief money go?

By Marcy Stamper

In some ways, it’s a not a bad problem to have—how do you spend money to help people in need, particularly when it keeps flowing in? But with multiple fire-relief funds springing up around the region, both the groups managing the funds and the donors are wondering how the money...

Business casual clothing donated to fire, flood victims 

Business casual clothing donated to fire, flood victims 

Women who lost their homes in the Carlton Complex Fire or the ensuing floods and mudslides may receive new designer clothing courtesy of the Heart of CAbi (Carol Anderson by Invitation) Foundation. On Saturday (Sept. 13) from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Cindy Oliver, CAbi consultant and co-owner of the Three Bears Inn in Winthrop, will...
Groups coordinating to handle fire recovery

Groups coordinating to handle fire recovery

By Marcy Stamper
At least three full-time disaster case managers will be hired to help people displaced by the fire get one-on-one assistance for their most urgent needs. The Community Foundation of North Central Washington is investing $100,000 from its general fund to pay for the specialists. They will be located in Twisp at...