Policies and Information

Consent Forms

This consent form is mandatory for participation in courses and workshops at the Center for Child and Family Well-Being. Participants will fill these out and sign them during the online registration process.

Online Adult Course Consent Form (PDF copy for reference)

In-Person Adult Course Consent Form (PDF copy for reference)

Youth Online Course Consent Form (PDF copy for reference)

Youth In-Person Course Consent Form (PDF copy for reference)

Anonymous Course Feedback

At the end of each class, you will be emailed an anonymous post-course survey. If you have feedback that you would like to submit before the class is over, please use the form below. This feedback will be reviewed by CCFW only. This feedback will not be shared with your course facilitator(s) unless you specifically provide permission to do so.

Anonymous Course Feedback Form

Scholarship Applications

CCFW has a limited number of financial aid awards to make mindfulness classes and training opportunities accessible to individuals who indicate need based on limited resources, or those who serve underserved communities of children and families.

Adult Scholarship Application

Teen Scholarship Application

COVID-19 Prevention Policies

Masks and vaccinations are strongly recommended, although not currently required. Correct use of well-fitting masks or face coverings protects the wearer as well as others, thereby helping to prevent transmission of COVID-19. Health and safety requirements are subject to change.

Participants will be required to follow current guidelines in place at the time of the program.

Participants who have symptoms of COVID-19, are required to stay home and should get tested and/or see a health care provider. Any participant who tests positive for COVID-19 is required to isolate at home following current guidelines from DOH and the CDC. This isolation guidance applies regardless of vaccination status.

CDC Guidance on Prevention Steps Based on COVID-19 Community Levels

Mental Health Resources

CCFW does not provide mental health or substance use treatment or services, nor do our mindfulness and compassion-based courses substitute for diagnosis or treatment for a mental health or substance use problem such as depression, anxiety, or addiction.

Mental Health Resources

Online Class Tips

We recognize that participating in group classes online can be a new experience for many people. We created this list of tips to support your experience in our online program.

Tips for Participating in Online Classes

Getting Here

Ccfw Parking MapBy car: There are no parking lots directly adjacent to Kincaid Hall. If you are driving, please allow yourself an extra 15-20 minutes to locate parking and walk to Kincaid Hall. The University of Washington offers pay-lots and parking garages. Metered street parking is also available but very limited. Parking fees around campus range from $1.00 to $4.00 an hour. Learn more about parking options here

By bus or light rail: More than 60 bus routes serve the University District and a Link Light Rail Station is located 1/2 mile away.

By bike: Kincaid Hall is located directly off the Burke Gilman Trail between 15th Ave NE and the NE Pacific Street overpass. Bike racks are conveniently located at Kincaid and throughout campus.



Online courses will have auto-generated closed captioning available. For privacy reasons, we do not record our courses or workshops. If you need additional accomodations, please make a request as early as possible through the UW Disability Services Office.

How to Turn On Zoom Closed Captioning

Access Guide for Persons with Disabilities

Disability Accommodation Request Instructions

Accessible Parking

Cancellation Policy

Please let us know if your plans have changed and you need to cancel. Please note that 20% of registration fees are non-refundable. Registrations are non-transferable, and we do not provide credit for cancelled registrations or missed classes.

  • 80% refund if canceled two weeks or more before class
  • 50% refund if canceled within two weeks of class.
  • No refund is provided if canceled the day of or after class.

Inclement Weather, Illness, and Emergency Cancellation Policy