ROOTS FAMILY ENRICHMENT PROGRAM - Winter Quarter 2018  Nooksack/Everson - Tuesdays, Jan 9 - Feb 27                                                     Blaine - Wednesdays, Jan 10 - Feb 28                                                      Bellingham - Thursdays, Jan 11 - March 1

The Roots program is focused on assisting families as a whole to reach a place of greater health and hope.

Nooksack Valley/Everson Roots  is held at Nooksack Valley Christ Community Church.                                                           Dinner is served at 6:00pm, classes go from 6:30 - 8:00pm.

Blaine Roots is held at Life Impact Church.                                                                                                                                    Dinner is served at 6:00pm, classes go from 6:30 - 8:00pm. 

The Bellingham Roots Program will continue to take place Thursday evenings at Christ the King Community Church in Bellingham from 6:00-8:00pm. Dinner is included.

$5.00 Suggested Donation per class (includes whole family, meal, Children’s program and child care if needed)

To receive information about Roots, please contact Shelli Wood,, or call the Rebound Office           at 360.714.0700. You can also download the form(s) here, (Spanish), (English), print them out, fill in your information and mail them to Shelli at our office at 316 E. Mcleod Rd., Suite 102

Parenting Class:
Rebound’s Parenting Enrichment classes are for families that are facing difficult life circumstances and parents looking to develop family building skills. We offer support groups and supplemental educational classes on topics like financial literacy, parenting skills, and healthy living. Parents have the opportunity to connect on a deeper level with their families.
Classes are offered in English and Spanish
Nursery care is provided

Kids Support Groups:  Rebound's Kids Support Groups are a safe and encouraging place for Elementary and Middle School kids who are facing difficult life challenges as a result of divorce, behavioral challenges, foster/adoption issues, emotional, physical, or sexual abuse, poverty and neglect.  Kids are taught the life skills necessary to understand, talk about, and cope with what is happening in their lives in healthy, positive ways.  Kids meet at the same time as parent groups.

SOS (Snowboard Outreach Society)


Partnering with the Snowboard Outreach Society, the Learn to Ride program uses the experience of learning to snowboard to engage and challenge at-risk teens.  This unique opportunity to empower youth helps instill persistence, responsibility, and leadership in a fun and rewarding environment.  Youth commit to spending five consecutive Sundays in March and April at the Mt. Baker Ski Area, where they not only learn to snowboard, but are lead in discussions about core values, including Courage, Integrity, Discipline, Wisdom and Compassion.  Mentors encourage and support them through the entire process, and the growth participants demonstrate by the end of the program is exceptional.

Ski hats and helmets, snow pants, warm jackets, and goggles are provided as part of the program.  Snowboard and boot rentals are also provided.

Cost: $80 (includes transportation)

RAY OF HOPE 2017 is OVER!                  SEE YOU IN 2018!    


Contact Yvonne at to get signed up, and see first hand what ROH is all about!

Ray of Hope is a six week summer day program unlike any other – offering arts and crafts, recreation, field trips, and artistic enrichment.  Ray of Hope strives to introduce empowering social and behavioral skills through story and relationship.

Ray of Hope is for kids who most need, yet seldom experience, a holistic, well-staffed, fun and safe summer.