Dads MOVE serves all parents/caregivers of children with special needs - mental health, behavioral, or emotional concerns.

We are a family-focused, dads driven peer support model, providing Support, Training, Advocacy, and Resources. When these elements are combined, Success is almost inevitable. So we believe in always reaching for the STARS!

Explore Our Different Caregiver Groups, by Region!

If you'd like to see all of our upcoming events, you can view our full calendar over at the Dads MOVE website

Page last updated on 4/2/2024

King County/Okanogan County (Virtual)

This is a group for male parents and caregivers. It's a space to build friendship and connection with other fathers who understand your situation. Anyone in the state of Washington is welcome to join. Our group facilitators for this group are based in King and Okanogan Counties.

  • Where: Virtual meeting, Microsoft Teams
  • When: Every other Thursday (Jan 11-Apr 18)
  • Time: 6:30pm - 8:00pm

If you have questions or concerns reach our to our team members:

Wil Derouen: [email protected]

Jason Robeck, [email protected]

Jay Evans, [email protected]

To join the meeting from your smartphone or tablet you can scan the QR Code on the flyer.

You can also join the meeting by clicking here!

Contact our group facilitators with questions:

Will Derouen, [email protected]

Arbin Upreti, [email protected]

Presented by Dads M.O.V.E. This group will be exploring BIPOC and Engaging with the BIPOC Community.

Join BIPOC UNITY, a weekly Microsoft Teams group dedicated to delving into the essence of BIPOC and addressing the associated challenges. By actively participating in the BIPOC community, we aim to generate positive outcomes.

EVERY TUESDAY BEGINING MAY 14TH 2024 from 5:30pm-7pm

Meeting Schedule:

Week 1 What does BIPOC mean?

(Personally, and in society)

Week 2 Names have power. (Positive and


Week 3 Being treated the same?! (History

not being shared the same, why, and how

can we do this in a more positive manner?)

Week 4 Why is autonomy needed?

Week 5 Autonomy is needed for equity.

Week 6 Why are BIPOC communities

needed? Names have power.

Week 7 Community and education


Week 8 Open discussion from all weekly

discussions and topics.

To join the meeting click here!

Meeting ID: 254 308 356 97

Passcode: QGrtnn

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