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Most WorkSource offices are closed for in-person services due to COVID-19 but you can still get help with your work search by contacting your local office or by using LiveChat feature on this web page. Dedicated staff are available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., to help you develop your resume, improve your job interview skills, and connect you with training and employers that are hiring. Staff in WorkSource offices cannot help you with your unemployment claim. For assistance with your unemployment claim visit www.esd.wa.gov, use eServices, or call the claims center at 800-318-6022.

Services for farmworkers

Day care

Parents need to know that their children are in a safe and nurturing environment in order to be productive in their jobs. Click on the following links to view different agencies and groups that offer day-care services to farm workers with children. All meet state health and safety requirements.

Enterprise for Programs in the Community (EPIC)
EPIC is the second-largest provider of early childhood education programs in the state of Washington, with classrooms at 14 locations in five counties. The agency serves 1,800 preschool-aged children and their families each year, working in collaboration with 19 school districts, 10 child care providers and four private child-care partners.

Washington State Migrant Council (WSMC)
Washington State Migrant Council is a nonprofit corporation that exists to improve the quality of life for migrant, seasonal farm workers and rural poor families by promoting culturally appropriate social services across the state.