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Safe Sitter® began because of a tragedy: the accidental death of a nurse’s young child while in the care of an adult babysitter.

Patricia A. Keener, M.D. recognized the vulnerability of young children when cared for by unprepared providers, so she created a program to teach young teens how to be better, safer babysitters. For more than 35 years, Safe Sitter® has been a leader in providing life skills, safety skills, and child care training for youth. Now a national nonprofit organization with over 900 Registered Providers in all 50 states, Safe Sitter® continues to help build safer communities by providing youth with the skills they need to be safe while home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting.

Call 509-689-4041 for more information.

Child Passenger Safety Technicians are available by appointment only to review the installation of your car seat.  

Call 509-689-4041 or click here for more information 

A bicycle rodeo is a clinic to teach children the skills and precautions to ride a bicycle safely.

Bicycle Rodeos are usually for the age group of 4–13 years old. 

Call 509-689-4041 for questions or for more information.  

Safe@Home by Safe Sitter® is a program designed for students in grades 4-6 to prepare them to be safe when they are home alone. 

Safe@Home is a 90-minute program that teaches students how to practice safe habits, how to prevent unsafe situations, and what to do when faced with dangers such as power failures or weather emergencies. Students are also introduced to the Safe Sitter® First Aid Chart and learn a system to help them assess and respond to injuries and illnesses.

Call 509-689-4041 for more information.

Have you every wanted to learn CPR or First Aid?

Schedule a class now, individual or group classes available.

Call 509-689-4041 for more information.

The File of Life believes that everyone should receive prompt, quality medical care, especially when it matters most – in an emergency. The File of Life format is modeled to be easy for patients to use and immediately recognized by local EMTs, police and fire departments nationwide. 

Call 509-689-4041 for more information on how you can get a File of Life form for you or a loved one.  

The kids don't float board is provided to the District through a grant, because of the amount of water frontage in the area.  This is a loaner board that provides life jackets for children if a boater forgot one.  

Remember Washington state law (RCW 79A. 60.160) requires children ages 12 years and younger to wear a Coast Guard approved life jacket or vest on vessels less than 19 feet long.

The loaner board is located near the boat launch in the City of Brewster, WA.  If you don't find your size on the board call or come by the ambulance station located at:

412 W. Indian Ave., Brewster, WA.


When you are finished using it for the day please return it to the loaner board so more people can enjoy this resource.  

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