Safe Sleep: Cribettes & Sleep Sacks
Whitman County Public Health provides eligible families with cribettes, sleep sacks, and safe sleep education.
During the application process, you will need to provide proof of residency and proof of income to confirm your eligibility.
Proof of Washington State Residency
You must show residency through one of the following ways: driver’s license, student ID, Military ID, utility bill. If you choose to apply, you will need to take a picture of your ID or document during the application process.
Proof of Income
You qualify for this program if you are a current participant in any of the following programs: WIC, SNAP, TANF, CHIP and/or Medicaid. If you choose to apply, you will need to take a picture of your state-issued card during the application process.
Don't meet those qualifications?
You may also qualify if you meet the WIC Income Guidelines below. If you choose to apply, you will need to take a picture of a pay stub or income statement during the application process.
To apply for the program, submit an online Safe Kids: Cribette & Sleep Sack Application.Safe Kids: Cribette & Sleep Sack Application
Safe Travel: Car Seats
Car Seat Installation & Car Seat Checks
The National Child Passenger Safety Certification Training Program (CPS certification program) is a program of SafeKids Worldwide that certifies people as child passenger safety technicians and instructors.
Whitman County has several car seat technicians and instructors throughout the county who would gladly assist parents and caregivers with car seat installations and car seat checks.
To find a local car seat technician, please visit the National Child Safety Certification directory below.
Free Car Seat
Need a safe, non-expired car seat but can’t afford one?
Whitman County Public Health has a supply of car seats available for families in need, who meet our income guidelines. To see if you qualify, please visit the USDA’s WIC Income Eligibility Guidelines.
To apply for the program, submit an online Safe Kids: Car Seat Application.Safe Kids: Car Seat Application
Safe Play: Bicycle Safety
Whitman County Public Health has been working to prevent head injuries in children by provide bicycling helmets throughout the county.
We have a supply of bicycle helmets in various sizes for children, if your child needs one please stop by one of our WCPH office locations during normal business hours.
If you have questions or need assistance in completing an application, please call us at 509-397-6280 or email us at PersonalFamilyHealth@whitmancounty.net.