The Randolph Carter Family and Learning Center has nearly 100 years of experience serving members of our community. Our core services were established in 1918 by the Seattle Council of Catholic Women, when services such as boarding and group houses and adoption were offered. Many changes have occurred over the past years, and as a result, the Randolph Carter Family and Learning Center grew to become an extensive, comprehensive human services organization offering multiple services to aid those in need.
The Randolph Carter Family and Learning Center is committed to serve those most vulnerable and in need, and to change systems that cause discrimination, suffering, and oppression due to age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or religious beliefs.
Mental Health Services
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