The Youth Development programs offered at West Central provide children and teens numerous opportunities to participate in fun, active & educational activities in a safe and nurturing environment.
Assistant Y.D. Manager Noah Trosine
Click below to register for before & after school and summer camp
Two programs, the Community Inclusion Program and Learning Skills Program, provide developmentally disabled adults with opportunities to participate in numerous activities throughout our community.
Friendships are developed and clients are motivated to be active in physical fitness, music, arts & crafts, and other stimulating activities within our community.
Our Learning Skills Center hours of operation are 9 am -3 pm, Monday - Friday.
For more information please contact Supportive Services Manager Taylor Rickard: 509.323.7517
This program provides early childhood education, social services, and health services for eligible young children and families, including those with special needs.
Nurturing child growth and development, Head Start is a safe and secure environment that enhances children’s skills and abilities for school success.
This site offers preschool and childcare services for toddlers and preschoolers.
For more information contact:
Site Manager Lindsey Rantzow
WOMEN, INFANTS, & CHILDREN
The WIC program is a vital service available at WCCC with additional locations in Cheney, Airway Heights, and Fairchild Air force Base. This essential program provides important health and nutrition education, breastfeeding support for new mothers, and access to healthy foods to help support healthy families.
Schedule an appointment at: 509.323.7497
RECREATION & FITNESS
The Recreation & Fitness program has a variety of programs and services for youth and families. We offer before & after school care, youth summer camp, and a Teen Night Program, in addition to numerous clubs and classes thanks to partnerships with community members.
Contact Facility & Recreation Manager Rick Harris for more information: 509.323.7501
Responding to the community's need for library access in West Central, the Spokane Public Library and our community center engaged in a fundraising effort to bring the state's first library kiosk (24-7!) to the West Central community.