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Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health in the Field

Becoming an Organizational Member

Wondering how to get discounted membership for your team and join the network of organizations who value infant/early childhood informed professional development?

 

An organizational membership costs $225 and includes up to four individuals from your team.  Additional team members can be added for $48 each (discounted from the $80 individual rate).  As you may know, individuals who are endorsed or who are in the process of endorsement must maintain an active WA-AIMH membership, and including your endorsed staff in an organizational membership is a great way to support their professional growth.

The WA-AIMH membership year begins on January 1 and ends December 31. If you join on or after October 1st, your membership is prorated and continues through the end of the following year.


Contact us today to become an organizational member! 

 

Organizational Members

These Washington state agencies have shown their investment in iInfant and early childhood mental health and support for their staff by becoming Organizational Members.

Click on titles below to learn more about these great organizations serving babies and young children in our communities.

Updated 
Apr 11, 2022
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Becoming an Organizational Member

Wondering how to get discounted membership for your team and join the network of organizations who value infant/early childhood informed professional development?