INDIVIDUAL/FAMILY LIFE


Ida's Adult Family Home

10616 Holly Drive Everett, WA, 98204

Phone: (425) 737-1008

This home will accept people with Brain Injury. They have 6 beds in shared and private rooms. Current residents age ranges from 40-60, both sexes. Baba is extremely pleasant to speak with and he is proud of the standard of care they provide which follows all rules and standards.


Happy Oasis Adult Family Home

10640 SE 213 th St Kent, WA, 98031

Phone: (253) 277-0942

This adult family home is located close to schools, hospitals and the shopping center. They have 4 beds only for male clients. and there are two staff who attend to the clients. The living room is also quite spacious with lots of room to entertain and for the comfort of our loved residents. The property is walker/wheelchair/scooter accessible.


Wenatchee Stroke & Brain Injury Support Group

11 Spokane St., Suite 200 Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 644-4868 x. 5983

The group offers support to all stroke and brain injury survivors and their families and caregivers.


Yakima TBI Support Group

110 S 9th Avenue Yakima, WA, 98902

This group performs adaptive therapy to brain injured, spinal cord and other injuries. They do not meet regularly. Please contact to be placed on the list for meeting reminders.


AMC Private Care

11300 SE 180th Place Renton, WA, 98055

Phone: (206) 369-4984

This Adult Family Home provides all types of care from assistance to heavy care and bed-ridden care. Two people are on staff all the time and an on-call nurse is available 24/7. They provide assistance with medications, and help with daily living activities. They will accommodate all diets, including tube feeding, diabetic diets and pureed diets. Currently (as of 05.09.2014),one private room with private bathroom is available. They have experience working with adults who have suffered a brain injury.


Pullman People First of Palouse Support Group

115 NW State Street, #213 Pullman, WA, 99163

9.2.14 Per Donna Lowry, this group is in the process of reorganizing.


Health Tech Adult Family Home

121 Emerald Acres Dr Selah, WA, 98942

Phone: (509) 697-5638

Health Tech is an Adult Family Home situated in a semi-rural setting. They are able to care for individuals with TBI and currently have a younger adult population (oldest is 62).


Second Chance: Lewis County Brain Injury Support Group

123 Penny Lane Toledo, WA, 98591

Phone: (360) 864-4341

This support group meets every Tuesday unless otherwise noted. A schedule is sent out every 3 months showing the time and location. The only permanently scheduled meeting is the 1st Tuesday of every month at Providence Hospital in Centralia from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.


Bright Star Life Care

12503 Bel Red Road Suite 101 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 679-0310

Bright Star provides life care services including: Companion Care, Home Support, Transportation to appopintments and outings. Personal Care and Skilled Care. Bright Star also provides nanny care, newborn care and personal care.


Bainbridge Island TBI Support Group

1270 Madison Ave. N Bainbridge Island, WA, 98110

Phone: (206) 842-8005

The Bainbridge Island TBI Support Group meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 4:30 - 6pm in the downstairs meeting room.


Affectionate Care Adult Family Home

13310 47th AVE SE Mill Creek, WA, 98012

Phone: (206) 834-5489

At Affectionate Care Adult Family Home they provide elderly care services to your loved ones with an affectionate touch. They offer 24/7 exceptional service with an experienced and professional staff to take care of all your medical needs. They raise our resident's standard of living by providing them with a safe, comfortable, and home-like environment to live in.


Synergy Home Care

1506 N W Gilman Road Issaquah, WA, 98027

Phone: (425) 243-3956

Synergy Home Care offers Respite Care, Escort for shopping and errands, Personal Caregiver, Light Housekeeping, Companionship


Eugenio Vidrio

1524 Ledwich Ave. Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (310) 775-8197

Eugenio Vidrio is a Spanish Certified Court Interpreter. Castellano Mesoamericano.


Veterans' Recovery House

1601 East 4th Plain Blvd, Bldg 12 Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 696-4061 ex. 33621

This service is part of the Veteran Affairs Residential Rehabilitation programs. It is a 36-bed facility for homeless veterans and veterans recovering from addiction. It offers support, treatment ,and rehabilitation seervices to its residents.


Rural Resources Community Action Aging and Disability Resource Connection

1615 NE Eastgate Blvd Section G, Ste 4 East Pullman, WA, 99163

Phone: (509) 335-0365

Long-term care services facilitated by the Aging and Disabilities Resource Center (ADRC) include, the Community Options Entry System (COPES), Medicaid Personal Care and General Case Management. All 3 programs assist people to access the types of resources they require to be safe and live as independently as possible. The ADRC also provides Family Caregiver Services (FCS) and Kinship Care Services (KCS). Both of these programs assist unpaid caregivers to provide care for a relative in need of care. They also offer Powerful Tools for Caregivers and Living Well with Chronic Conditions (CDSMP) to the public at no cost.


Harmony Place Adult Family Home, LCC

16708 55th Pl W Lynnwood, WA, 98037

Phone: (425) 608-0695

Aster Mender, owner, and her husband Imanuel Girmay live next door to this large, inviting, clean and safe adult family home located on a cul de sac, splitting shifts between themselves. They have 4 CNA qualified staff, one office person, an RN on call and can provide diabetes maintenance treatment and medication administration. Six individuals, currently ages 67-102 (though there is no lower age limit) with dimentia, Parkinson's and Alzheimers have individual rooms which they furnish with their own familiar furnishings and decor. There are plenty of opportunities for socialization and activity including exercise, walks, participation in community activities, celebrations for birthdays and holidays to which family is invited, library access, movie nights, and meals incorporating residents' favorite foods including outdoor barbeques. They have not had an individual with TBI but are interested in becoming trained to serve this population and plan to open a second home soon. Two private bedrooms with private baths and one private bedroom with shared bathroom across the hallway are available as of 8.26.2014.


Joy Family Home

16921 Spruce Way Lynnwood, WA, 98037

Phone: (206) 302-8878

This adult family home is fully handicapped accessible, has door alarms, a TV/media room, one private room and two shared rooms which can be furnished or unfurnished depending upon the resident's choice. Joy Family Home provides daily laundry and housekeeping and home made nutritional meals, healthy snacks as well as special diets. There is a patio in the back of the home, and access to public transportation. Currently residents are in their 70s and older, quiet and sociable, but new residents are chosen based on need, not age. Amharic is an additional language spoken here.


Grace AFH

17113 SE 264th PL Covington, WA, 98042

Phone: (206) 683-7201

Grace AFH is a state licensed adult family home located in Covington. Our location is an excellent choice for individuals seeking a supportive senior living setting. Residents enjoy access to a variety of services and amenities, and have the opportunity to participate in a range of activities and events each week. While choosing a care home can be a challenging decision, Grace AFH is a great option for Covington seniors.


Knipp Hopper Homes, Inc

17335 96th Place SW Vashon, WA, 98070

Phone: (206) 463-3169

As of December 2013 this assisted living facility was full. They have no enforcement letters.


Home Again Adult Family Home

18504 2nd Ave NW Shoreline, WA, 98177

Phone: (206) 629-5649

Home Again is a place created to give our residents security, peace and the highest quality of care, all while receiving affection, reassurance and about all love.


Familia Adult Care Home II

19639 108th Ave SE Renton, WA, 98055

Phone: (425) 793-3691

This Adult Family Home is an Expanded Community Services provider. Elisa has had lots of experience with people with Brain Injury and likes them. Her residents are fairly needy and she cares for them as if they were her children. She has 6 residents and 2 caregivers. All bedrooms are private. One has an attached bathroom. There are two shared bathrooms. They have activities: watch movies, exercise in the home, karaoke, celebrate birthdays at the Buffet, shopping trips, provide manicures. She takes them to the doctor.


Familia Adult Care Home I

19639 108th Ave SE Renton, WA, 98055

Phone: (253) 520-1606

This Adult Family Home is an Expanded Community Services provider. Elisa has had lots of experience with people with Brain Injury and likes them. Her residents are fairly needy and she cares for them as if they were her children. She has 6 residents and 2 caregivers. All bedrooms are private. There are two bathrooms. They have activities: watch movies, exercise in the home, karaoke, celebrate birthdays at the Buffet, shopping trips, provide manicures. She takes them to the doctor.


Audrey Jean

1981 Hastings W Port Townsend, WA, 98368

Phone: (360) 643-1402

Audry is a personal assistant who mostly helps elderly and disabled and is available for most people who need assistance, light cleaning, chores, etc.


Sarausad Homes Shoreline

20129 30th Ave Northwest Shoreline, WA, 98155

Phone: (425) 771-7616

Sarausad Homes/BeeCee homes are adult care homes licensed in Washington with Dementia & Mental Health Specialty. Lic # 99800


Sarausad Homes Richmond Beach A

20203 20th Avenue Northwest Unit A Shoreline, WA, 98177

Phone: (425) 771-7616

Sarausad Homes/BeeCee Homes are adult care homes licensed in Washington with dementia and mental health specialty. Lic # 579400


Compass Health Rainbow House

209 W Holly Street Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 752-2577

Rainbow Recovery Center offers several daily groups to those who suffer with mental illness. Other services also include socialization, mail, laundry vouchers, shower passes, breakfast and lunch. Services are free


Home of Kindness

21031 12th Ave S Des Moines, WA, 98198

Phone: (253) 202-4418

Gladys receives most of her residents from Skilled Nursing Facilities and hospitals; they are usually high needs. She has 4 residents and 2 staff. Two private bedrooms and one shared room. There are two and 1/2 bathrooms in the home, shared among the residents. Gladys is proud of her compliance record, and that her residents feel at home and that she works well with the residents' families.


Sessions Adult Residential Care

22 N Adams Rd. Spokane Valley, WA, 99216

Phone: (509) 999-2538

This is a 16 bed Adult Residential Care facility that will take brain injury survivors.


Laurelwood Manor Adult Family Home, LLC

2207 S 291st Street Federal Way, WA, 98003

Phone: (253) 941-3720

This adult family home caters to the elderly. Esther is a nurse so they can provide more medical care than most homes. They have alarms on the doors and specialize in dementia. PT, OT, and SLP visit the facility. Swahili available.


Vancouver Support Group

2211 NE 139th Street Vancouver, WA, 98686

2nd and 4th Thursday of each month from 2pm to 3pm Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center Third floor, conference room ?A?


Lee Manor

2233 Main Street Ferndale, WA, 98248

Phone: (360) 303-6444

This adult family home specializes in dementia and Alzheimer's.


Caring Comfort

2256 39th St Washougal, WA, 98671

Phone: (360) 835-0120

In home health care. 4 beds. 2 Private rooms, two shared. All levels of care. 4 maximum clients at a time.


Aspen Home Care

23015 100th AVE SE Kent, WA, 98031

Phone: (253) 740-0890

A peaceful home environment with caring and attentive staff, taking care of individuals ages 15 and above. The facility had 23 beds and 5 full time staff. They work with TBI patients and currently have some clients who have brain injury.


Seattle Buckley?s Bell Town Support Group

2331 2nd Ave Seattle, WA, 98121

Lunch is provided at this Brain Injury Support Group held the 2nd Thursday of the month 1:00-3:00 p.m.


Elkins House I

2359 SE Lund Port Orchard, WA, 98366

Phone: (360) 874-2215

The Elkins House is an adult family home. It is an apartment-style habitat designed to focus on providing assistance with daily living activities. They provide a higher level of service for the elderly which can include preparing meals, housekeeping, medication assistance, laundry, and also do regular check-in's on the residents. Basically, they are designed to bridge the gap between independent living and nursing home facilities.


Esperanza Adult Family Home

2406 NE 100th Street Vancouver, WA, 98686

Phone: (360) 576-7080

Private or Semi-private Rooms Family Room Living Room Dinning Room Activities Center Garden & Floral Area On-Site Residental Manager Services: 24 hour on-site assistance Three meals daily Snacks avaliable High quality dietary program Special diet accommodations Health monitoring Observation, monitoring, & evaluation of resident's condition Housekeeping & laundry service Beauty and barber arrangements All utilities provided (electric, gas, water & local phone) Complete activities program Planned & group transportation scheduled Monitored smoke, fire, & security systems Staff member mentioned that she has taken a TBI course and that she has a daughter who has experienced a TBI.


Bellevue Quality Care

252 153d PL SE Bellevue, WA, 98007

Phone: (425) 957-0623

Adult Family Home in Bellevue Washington. The place has 6 private bedrooms with their own private bathroom. It is a nice and clean facility. The owner has been in business for over 20 years. He currently has two TBI patients and is open to taking more TBI in future. He currently does not have any vacancy as of May 2015.


Divino Amore Adult Family Home Des Moines

27501 13th Ave S Des Moines, WA, 98198

Phone: (206) 653-7643

.This facility provides the following Services: ?Micro-Community: Adult Family Home ?Short Term Care: Respite ?Alzheimer's Care ?Assisted Living ?Hospice Number of Beds : 5


Regional Access Mobility Program (RAMP)

2812 Lombard Avenue, Suite 207 Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 220-5452

This program builds ramps for people in Snohomish, Island, Skagit and King Counties of Washington State so they can stay in their own homes or return home from a hospital, rehabilitation center or nursing home


Divino Amore Adult Family Home Federal Way

3018 SW 317th Pl Federal Way, WA, 98023

Phone: (253) 815-7777

This facility is a licensed elder care facility with a range of accommodations, service levels, and care plans (board and care options) to suit your individual needs.. It offers the following services: ?Assisted Living ?Micro-Community: Adult Family Home ?Alzheimer's Care


VA Mount Vernon Community Based Outpatient Clinic

307 S 13th Floor #2 Mount Vernon, WA, 98274

Phone: (360) 848-8500

This center provides primary care, mental health services, nurse services, social work services, vision services, hearing services, lab services, pharmacist medication review and prescriptions to veterans. This VA Clinic is not a VA Medical Center; it does not have Emergency or Hospital services.


Island Crossing Counseling Services

3310 Smokey Point Drive Arlington, WA, 98223

Phone: (360) 652-7362

The Stillaguamish tribe offers a variety of programs, including Drug and Alcohol Counseling, Mental Health, Health and Wellness Clinic as well as a Housing program, Education and Dental as well as involved in the InterTribal Vocational Rehabilitation Program, for Skagit Whatcom and Snohomish counties for the Stillaguamish, Nooksack, Sauk-Suittle, Swinhomish, Upper Skagit, Tulalip as well as the Stillaguamish Tribe. Their Wellness and health Clinic is in Arlington and staffed by an ARNP


Res Care Home Care Federal Way

34709 9th Ave South Ste 600 Federal Way, Washington, 98003

Phone: (253) 839-3700

Res Care Home Care provides in home care services including: Personal Care and Support, Homemaking, Transportation and Accompaniment and Respite Care.


Alderwood Adult Family Home

3732 156th St.. SW Unit D Lynnwood, WA, 98087

Phone: (206) 851-8201

This Adult Family Home has spaces for female residents. Residents must be able to ambulate on their own; the facility is not licensed for chair or walker. There may be some language barriers, as the staff has a strong accent.


Skagit Valley Support Group

400 Gilkey Road Burlington, WA, 98233

Brain Injury Support Group the 2nd Tuesday of each month, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Creekside Retirement Community in the Puzzle Room.


Olympia Support Group

410 Providence Lane Olympia, WA, 98506

This Brain Injury Support Group is held the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 6:00-8:00p.m. in the Caritas Meeting Room on the 3rd Floor.


Southbrook Manor Adult Family Home, LLC

4720 South 285th Place Auburn, WA, 98001

Phone: (253) 520-1996

This Adult Family Home accepts younger people, so they are typically very lively energetic outgoing residents. Esther and her staff take them out into the community a lot. to the park, casino, field trips to Mt. Rainier, out to dinner, the movies, etc. in their private car. Someone comes regularly to sing in the home. Swahili available.


Seattle Pediatric Brain Injury Support Group

4800 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA, 98105

A two-part support group with social interaction and activities for children ages 5-21 and a separate group for caregivers. Meetings are quarterly and are held at the Seattle Children?s Hospital, Whale Floor 5, Sound Cafe.


Home and Community Services Benton County

500 N. Morain St., Suite 2210 Kennewick, WA, 99336

Phone: (509) 374-2100

At the local level, HCS staff help adults who need care services but may need state funds (Medicaid) to help pay for them. If the person is eligible for Medicaid, an HCS case manager will work with the adult to decide what additional care is needed and develop a care plan based on his/her needs. Your local HCS staff are experts on the services and support available where you live.


FABIS Adult Family Home

5206 S 318th Pl Auburn, WA, 98001

Phone: (253) 797-9343

Providing 24/7 residential care for younger clients with TBI and developmental disabilities, specifically male--and specifically disabled. Most of the clients in home are long standing and are severely disabled. Chores are provided, including cooking, bathing etc...They pride themselves on their rich social life, have direct transportation to employment or outings, attend movies and social network with peer groups. ave three dependable caregivers, and clean state inspection record. They offer a home like environment and rich social life with involvement in the community is something they are particuarly proud of.


Ballard Landmark Assisted Living

5433 Leary Ave NW Seattle, WA, 98107

Phone: (206) 782-4000

Ballard Landmark offers spacious accommodations and complete services for independent living and assisted living. Their on-site Vitality Center and Wellness Clinic, also part of their Whole Life Living? program, offer personal and individualized guidance to assist residents in healthy lifestyles. Scheduled transportation is provided for off-site activities and personal errands.


Lower Valley Crises Support

600 N Ave Sunnyside, WA, 98944

Phone: (509) 837-6689

Lower Valley Crisis Support provide support in the following areas: mental health, crisis intervention, domestic violence advocacy, sexual assault advocacy, housing and shelter service in Sunnyside, WA.


Izzy's Adult Family Home

600 S 83rd Ave. Yakima, WA, 98908

Phone: (509) 388-9475

Izzy's Adult Family Home is an Adult Family Home in Yakima, operated in a rural out-skirts toward the West Valley area. Perfect for those who need less stimulation as it is mostly farm, ranches and agriculture in that area. They operate a six-bed unit and have no listed specialties.


A Good Shepherd AFH, LLC.

6017 188th Street SW Lynnwood, WA, 98037

Phone: (206) 778-1921

This Adult Family Home prefers people over 65, but would take people younger. A visit to the home to see how the prospective person fits in is recommended. Edwin wants to be able to help an individual with TBI to be able to access the community so they won't be bored. Edwin is willing to work with the client to make his home their home. They prefer clients who can interact with others. Edwin has attended BIAWA training. 6.2014: Current residents are ages 40-89 years old, all female, with dementia, mental health, age, and Developmental Delay as their disabilities.


Providence Adult Day Health

6018 N Astor St Spokane, WA, 99208

Phone: (509) 482-2475

Adult daycare that provides respite for family and activities and groups for those with disabilities. Socialization with others and physical therapy along with supervised daytime care for those with dementia and alzheimers is available.


Northwest Retirement

610 N. Fife St. Tacoma, WA, 98406

Phone: (253) 272-8600

Northwest Retirement provides assisted living with 2 secured sections for those clients with flight risk (eloping). They also have an independent living wing where clients are able to go to work, school, etc but still get medication management, nursing services, meals, etc. They currently have TBI clients, dementia clients and mental health clients. They provide required Assisted Living services such as laundry services, medication management, recreation, scheduling doctor appointments,


Ellen House Adult Family Home

616 S 30th Ave Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 895-7149

Adult Family Home, located in rural-in town area on Yakima County. Has won awards for services as well as prides themselves in employing competent caregivers: current caregiver has won the WA state award for care giving. Adult family home providing 24 hour personal care for elderly. specializing in dementia care. No specialty in TBI.


Concejo Adult Family Home

6320 South Fountain Street Renton, WA, 98178

Phone: (206) 760-9364

This Adult Family Home is located in an older neighborhood near ammenities and can house up to 6 male and female residents, each having their own private room. The home is clean, with hardwood and tile flooring, and Lolita is very conscientious about providing good care to her residents (though not a nurse, she can do nurse delegated procedures), most of whom stay with her through the end of their lives. She cooks meals using mostly fresh ingredients, and tailors activities to the needs of individuals (two are able to spend days out in the community and one loves to be driven around to see the sights). In addition to spending most of her time in the home, Lolita has a full time caregiver who lives in the home and some on-call caregivers. Currently there are two openings and the other four clients are elderly (ages 70-96) with dementia, mental health or developmental delays. Younger individuals needing total care would fit into this community, but it is mainly a quiet group, so an active younger person would probably not fit in.


Park View Adult Day Care

6430 68th Street NE Marysville, WA, 98270

Phone: (425) 210-2959

This owner/caregiver facility offers respite care to family members who are caring for their loved ones which enables family members who are working or who are in need of a few hours of respite. Affordable Hourly rates. Assistance is provided with toileting, eating and walking along w/ incontinence care, medication management, socialization as well as craft opportunties. Special dietary needs are accommodated and home cooked nutritional meals are provided. The home is walker and wheelchair accessible.


Rebecca Bellerive, RN, CDMS, CCM, CLCP

6504 30th St NW Gig Harbor, WA, 98335

Phone: (253) 649-0314

Becky Bellerive provides Case Management services and life care planning for individuals who have sustained life altering injuries.


Lakewood Adult Family Home

6831 Topaz Dr SW Lakewood, WA, 98498

Phone: (253) 310-8000

Assist daily living. Medication management Laundry Cleaning Cueing Memory care Nursing service


Woodville Adult Family Home

6909 Topaz Dr. S. W. Lakewood, WA, 98498

Phone: (253) 212-3202

This adult family home (AFH) islocated in Lakewood in the Oakbrook housing development and has a beautiful view and landscaping. The home is very well taken care of and has 4 separate bedrooms each with a walk in closet and plenty of room for 2 people. 2 bedrooms downstairs with wheelchair accessible bathroom/bathtub and 2 bedrooms upstairs with w/c accessible bath. The two bedrooms upstairs would be for younger TBI clients who are ambulatory. The husband and wife owners have extensive experience with MH and TBI (she was a psychiatric counselor at Western State hospital and he currently works for Acres Landing).


Ora-Mac Inc

7032 122nd Ave Se Newcastle, WA, 98056

Phone: (425) 641-8183

This facility provides Assisted Living and Residential Care but is full as of December 2013. They might take someone as young as 30. They have enforcement letters.


Moses Lake Support Group

7611 Bolling St. NE Moses Lake, WA, 98837

This Brain Injury Support Group is held the 3rd Monday of each month from 11:30-1:30 pm.


Dana Horita Adult Family Home

8325 44th Ave S Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 721-2453

AFH accepting people with TBI. People in their 50s. Pretty high level functioning. No set activities in the facility Adult day program at Northgate once a week with Access/Hopelink transportation. There is staff available for occasional outings. (1.10.2013 they have one shared room opening for a female.)


Eve's Adult Family Home

8428 190th St. SW Unit B Edmonds, WA, 98026

Phone: (425) 744-0610

Eve's AFH helps you achieve the best quality of life possible. Their services include 24 hour live in care for senior citizens, private and shared rooms, nutritious home cooked meals, medication management, bathing assistance, assistance with all daily living activities and specialized care for Alzheimer's and Dementia. They are Wheelchair accessible and have a resident with a TBI.


Cedar View Adult Family Home

8513 Madrona Lane Edmonds, WA, 98026

Phone: (425) 404-1911

Cedar View Adult Family Home is a state Licensed and certified to care for the Elderly and those needing 24 hour care and monitoring. The home is wheelchair accessible and is located in quiet Edmonds neighborhood. services include: 24-hour personalized AWAKE care CNA provider with highly skilled staff Alzheimer?s/dementia care specialty care Developmental disabilities specialty training Hospice care Diabetics welcome Wheelchair accessible home Medication and health monitoring Assistance with activities of daily living In-house hairdresser Get Free Info from


Hailey II Adult Family Home

9003 171st AVE NE Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 861-8853

Young and Bert Natividad are the owners and providers of Hailey Adult Family Home Care. Young and Bert, both Nurses Assistant Registered, have fifteen years experience taking care of seniors. The Natividad are compassionate and experienced in assisting resident to enjoy their golden years. They provide a safe, therapeutic, positive and supporting environment that is totally family oriented. They take clients with minimum rate of $80 per day.


Greater Snohomish County/Everett TBI Support Group

916 Pacific Avenue Everett, WA, 98201

This Brain Injury Support Group meets the 3rd Thursday of each month from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Providence Medical Center Pacific Campus- main floor- in the Monte Cristo Room.


Family Support Center of Stevens County

956 S Main Colville, WA, 99114

Phone: (509) 684-3796

Family Support Center of Stevens County can provide information about victim's rights, crisis intervention, legal and medical advocacy. They also can provide resources and referral services such as housing, energy assistance, transportation and employment.


VA American Lake Division

9600 Veterans Drive Tacoma, Washington, 98493

Phone: (253) 582-8440

VA administers a variety of benefits and services that provide financial and other forms of assistance to Veterans, their dependents, and survivors. Major benefits include Veterans? compensation, Veterans? pension, survivors? benefits, rehabilitation and employment assistance, education assistance, home loan guaranties, and life insurance coverage.


Florence of Seattle Arbor Heights

9850 California Ave SW Seattle, WA, 98136

Phone: (206) 767-3137

This Assisted Living Facility (or group home) caters to the needs of retired seniors 55 years and older. They have 24/7 staff members, an on-call doctor and a visiting nurse, and can provide the services of physical, speech, and occupational therapists as well as an expert in podiatry. As of December 2013 they had no openings.


Fairmont Manor

112 39th Place Mount Vernon, Washington, 98273

Phone: (425) 877-7728

Fairmont Manor.com

This is an adult family home, servicing individuals 24 hours a day. They offer full-time staffing and have on-call physician as well as nursing staff. Services are offered to individual requiring minimum assistance to complex medical needs and are fully staffed with highly qualified professionals. This enables residents individualized attention.


National MS Society, Greater Northwest Chapter

192 Nickerson St Ste 100 Seattle, WA, 98109

MSNorthwest.org

The mission of the National MS Society is to mobilize people and resources to drive research for a cure and to address the challenges of everyone affected by MS. Limited financial assistance is available to individuals living with multiple sclerosis (MS) for a variety of needs, including purchase, rental and repair of durable medical equipment; home or auto adaptations and consultations; assistive technology devices; home safety assessments; transportation assistance (medical or chapter-related); wellness activities and equipment; financial planning; home organization; and short-term chore and respite services. MS Navigators offer personalized service, up-to-date information, and practical resources and referrals. Offers emotional support for people living with MS and their caregivers. Self-help groups are both in-person and over the phone, as well as trained volunteer peer support services. Provides information and referral services for individuals living with MS, their families, caregivers, health providers and others. Offers professional education opportunities and materials on a wide range of topics related to living with MS. If you'd like additional information, please email us or call 1-800-344-4867 and press option 1. Financial assistance requires a completed financial assistance application and documented MS diagnosis from a physician. All available community resources will be considered. Interpreters available.


Dawn Will, RN, MSN, CCM, CCP, CBIS

Madigan Healthcare System Lacey, WA, 98509

Phone: (253) 968-4579

Dawn Will is one of 3 RN Case Managers at the Madigan Traumatic Brain Injury Program.


Walla Walla Valley Disability Network

1426 SE Independence Dr College Place, WA, 99362

Phone: (509) 876-1583

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Walla Walla Valley Disability Network provides special needs parent support. They provide emotional support and information to families of children with special needs and/or disabilities. They also provide parent-to-parent services, in addition to working with buddy program at Whitman College.


Within Reach Parent Help 123

155 N.E. 100th Street #500 Seattle, WA, 98125

Phone: (206) 284-2465

ParentHelp123.org

ParentHelp123.org is an interactive website that helps families find and apply for programs and local services available to them with a focus on essential health resources.


Rescare Homecare Silverdale

3100 Bucklin Hill Rd, Suite 100 Silverdale, WA, 98383

Phone: (360) 698-8590

ResCareHomeCare.com

ResCare HomeCare provides personal care and support, homemaking services, shopping, transportation, respite care, overnight care and remote monitoring and support in a person's home


Rescare Homecare Yakima

521 North 20th Ave Ste 6 Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 248-5355

ResCareHomeCare.com

ResCare HomeCare provides personal care and support, homemaking services, shopping, transportation, respite care, overnight care and remote monitoring and support in a person's home.


Community Living Connections

222 W Mission Ave, #120 Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 960-7281

SpokaneHelpline.org

Spokane based call center helps assist people with disabilities and older adults live safely and independently in their homes as long as possible, by connecting clients with services that meet their individual needs. Clients can call, email or self serve online; in-person services are also available at their location or in-home visit. Anyone 60+ or 18 years or older with a disability. Interpreters available.


Avamere Olympic Rehabilitation of Sequim

1000 South 5th Avenue Sequim, Washington, 98382

Phone: (360) 582-3900

avamereolympicrehabofsequim.com

Avamere Olympic Rehabilitation of Sequim provides Transitional Rehabilitative Care, Senior Services, Skilled Nursing, Treatment for swallowing and lymphedema. This is a residential facility that provides long term care, as well as outpatient rehabilitation services. They are staffed 24hours a day, 7 days a week


Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest

205 E. 11th Street, Suite 102 Vancouver, WA, 98660

Phone: (360) 891-8382

bbbbsnorthwest.org

As the nation?s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between volunteers and children, ages six through 18, in communities across the country. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.


Ellensburg Brainstorm Support Group

Ellensburg, WA

Phone: (509) 833-1983

brainstormrehab.com

Brainstorm Support Group meets the first Sunday of the month usually around lunch time for about 2 hours, but the times flex a little depending on time of year. The group meets at different member's houses in the Ellensburg area mostly, but also in Yakima a few times a year. This is a high functioning group which usually does part discussion and then some activity as well, with different members or Bethany Braun hosting the group. They are open to having others join, but they would need to contact Bethany to get directions for where to go, etc.


Congregations for the Homeless

2650 148th AVE SE Bellevue, WA, 98007

Phone: (425) 289-4044

cfhomeless.org

Congregations for the Homeless (CFH) works to end homelessness on the Eastside. Case Managers provide one-to-one assistance for entire program stay, encouragement in setting goals, support for drug and alcohol treatment (inpatient and outpatient), job search assistance, budgeting and financial literacy education, connection to mental health and medical resource, advocacy in obtaining necessary resources and preparation for stable housing. They also have winter, night and day shelter.


Circle of Friends Bellevue

121 107th Ave NE Bellevue, WA

Phone: (425) 454-8585

circleoffriends.com

Adult Day Care: transportation to and from home, a four hour program Monday through Saturday including two meals, routine health monitoring, activities and field trips. Adult Day Health: PT, skilled nursing in addition to all the other services provided to Adult Day Care. They provide two free trial visits.


Whispering Rose Farm

23111 Entwhistle Buckley, WA, 98231

Phone: (253) 347-1167

currently under construction (11.12.14)

This custom-made home is located on five acres, all windows look out toward garden. The house prefers to work with "memory care" and "mental health" population and A/TBI will also work. They work with high-needs individuals.


Epilepsy Foundation Northwest

2311 N. 45th St. #134 Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 547-4551

epilepsynw.org

The Epilepsy Foundation Northwest provides direct services for people with epilepsy such as monthly support groups, summer camp, a mentoring program, employment assistance and emergency medication assistance along with public education opportunities including an e newsletter. There is a staff person in Spokane and services can be obtained through the Arc in the Tri-Cities.


Elizabeth R Hernandez, Ph.D

2917 Hoyt Avenue #410 Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (808) 551-1956

erh-busconsultant.com

Coaching services for TBI survivors, art therapy for PTSD and stress management, Job coaching services, group sessions. Working with clients throughout Washington, Oregon, and Northern California. Also available for virtual consultations via email, phone, and Skype.


Wenatchee Adult Respite Day Care Center

1408 Washington St Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 662-3654

gracelutheranwenatchee.org

Wenatchee Adult Respite Day Care Center is a ministry of Grace Lutheran Church. Provides exercise, entertainment, and socialization in a group setting. Hot lunch ($3.25). Suggested donation $3.00 / hour. Have worked with TBI, but only work with seniors, do not take younger clients.


A Holistic Adult Family Home I

6610 77th Pl NE Marysville, WA, 98270

http://aholisticafh.com/

24 HOUR SERVICES/CARE OFFERED ?Personal care (including, but not limited to dressing, grooming, toileting, bathing) ?Mobility assistance ?Medication assistance ?Feeding assistance ?Nutritious, low inflammatory, low glycemic and mainly organic meals and snacks with weekly menus done in consultation with a Masters Level Dietician ?Special diets accommodated and monitored by our Masters Level Dietician ?Basic health care and delegated nursing care ?Individualized exercises and activities monitored by licensed therapist or restorative aide ?Home health therapies, nursing, social services, and Hospice care as ordered by your MD ?Access to home visits from an MD ?Access to chiropractic care, massage, acupuncture, naturopathic health care and hair care ?Networking with myriad community supports via social worker Our home is staffed by Nursing Assistants with special training. There is 24 hour a day awake professional staff. Sheila Sagami, OTRL an occupational therapist with over 20 years in the field provides physical and cognitive assistance with her expertise in the geriatric population with neurological conditions. Founder Erin Moody graduated with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Dance. She has lead support groups, done 1:1 counseling and behavior consultation. Her area of expertise lies in expert discharge planning, insightful and thorough assessment and treatment of mood, cognitive, behavioral and psychosocial problems with non-pharmaceutical approaches. Also, she has extensively studied alternative, holistic approaches to health and health care for nearly 8 years. Both Sheila and Erin have worked with individuals with TBI. They would screen for behavioral issues and wandering. They are prepared to handle mental health issues and dementia but not develpmental delays. They do not work with children, focusing on an older population.


A Holistic Adult Family Home II

7406 29th Pl NE Marysville, WA, 98270

http://aholisticafh.com/

24 HOUR SERVICES/CARE OFFERED ?Personal care (including, but not limited to dressing, grooming, toileting, bathing) ?Mobility assistance ?Medication assistance ?Feeding assistance ?Nutritious, low inflammatory, low glycemic and mainly organic meals and snacks with weekly menus done in consultation with a Masters Level Dietician ?Special diets accommodated and monitored by our Masters Level Dietician ?Basic health care and delegated nursing care ?Individualized exercises and activities monitored by licensed therapist or restorative aide ?Home health therapies, nursing, social services, and Hospice care as ordered by your MD ?Access to home visits from an MD ?Access to chiropractic care, massage, acupuncture, naturopathic health care and hair care ?Networking with myriad community supports via social worker Our home is staffed by Nursing Assistants with special training. There is 24 hour a day awake professional staff. Sheila Sagami, OTRL an occupational therapist with over 20 years in the field provides physical and cognitive assistance with her expertise in the geriatric population with neurological conditions. Founder Erin Moody graduated with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Dance. She has lead support groups, done 1:1 counseling and behavior consultation. Her area of expertise lies in expert discharge planning, insightful and thorough assessment and treatment of mood, cognitive, behavioral and psychosocial problems with non-pharmaceutical approaches. Also, she has extensively studied alternative, holistic approaches to health and health care for nearly 8 years. Both Sheila and Erin have worked with individuals with TBI. They would screen for behavioral issues and wandering. They are prepared to handle mental health issues and dementia but not developmental delays. They do not work with children, focusing on an older population.


American Indian Community Center Spokane

610 E North Foothills Drive Spokane, WA, 99207

Phone: (509) 535-0886

http://aiccinc.org/index.html

The American Indian Community Center is a non-profit organization founded in 1967 as a gathering place for American Indians. It has evolved into a multi-service agency providing an array of employment, educational and social services to the American Indians and other racial groups in Spokane. Services include a food bank, senior lunches, general assistance, protective program. There is a career renewal program, a computer lab and educational programs. The food bank serves all person living in the area along with all American Indian residents of Spokane.


Aging and Long Term Care of Southeast Washington

1710 S. 24th Avenue, Suite 100 Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 469-0500

http://altcwashington.com

ALTC is a county specific agency which promotes well-being, independence, dignity and choice for older persons and for individuals needing long term care in a facility or in-home. They provide assistance in gaining COPES and COPEs waiver services, home delivered meals, minor home repair and respite services. They also provide 'caregiver training' classes. Bilingual, bicultural staff available.


Crystal Judson Family Justice Center

718 Court E Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 798-4310

http://aplaceofhelp.org

The Crystal Judson Family Justice Center serves the needs of domestic violence victims and their children. Client services include civil legal support, protection orders, DSHS assistance, spiritual support, military advocacy, victim support in criminal cases,all at this location. Interpretation services are available for non-English speaking clients.


Art With Heart

316 Broadway, Suite 316 Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 362-4047

http://artwithheart.org/about/

They create and publish healing, therapeutic books that bring together the best in therapy with the best in illustration to help children and teens facing distress and hardship. They also offer trainings and programs to help children locally as well.


Aspiring Youth Summer Camps Bellevue

12700 SE 32nd Street Bellevue, WA, 98005

http://aspiringyouth.net/

Aspiring Youth Summer Camps provides innovative social skills groups and summer camps as well as young adult transition support, school-based services and other resources. They serve young people ages 8 and up who have Asperger?s Syndrome, ADHD, learning disabilities and similar traits.


Aspiring Youth Summer Camps Redmond

16715 Northeast 79th Street Redmond, WA, 98052

http://aspiringyouth.net/

They provide innovative social skills groups and summer camps as well as young adult transition support, school-based services and other resources.


Aspiring Youth Summer Camps Seattle

2400 NE 95th Street Seattle, WA, 98115

Phone: (206) 517-0222

http://aspiringyouth.net/

This organization provides innovative social skills groups and summer camps as well as young adult transition support, school-based services and other resources.


Aspiring Youth Summer Camps Kirkland

308 4th Ave S. Kirkland, WA, 98033

http://aspiringyouth.net/

Aspiring Youth Summer Camps provides innovative social skills groups and summer camps as well as young adult transition support, school-based services and other resources. They serve young people ages 8 and up who have Asperger?s Syndrome, ADHD, learning disabilities and similar traits.


Ballard Manor

1710 NW 57th Street Seattle, WA, 98107

Phone: (206) 789-1900

http://ballardmanor.com/

Ballard Manor offers retirement and assisted living with a variety of apartment sizes from spacious to efficient. Even independent living residents benefit from food preparation to housekeeping and maintenance. This facility has not been visited by us. They have enforcement letters. As of December 2013 they had a wait list of 29 people.


Beam - Puyallup

4502 6th St SE Puyallup, WA, 98374

http://beamforseniors.com/

Non-medical in-home care services including medication management, personal care services, companionship care, and homemaker services for seniors. Also respite care. They provide care at senior living communities including Willow Gardens in Puyallup.


Beam - Olympia

700 Black Lake Blvd SW Olympia, WA, 98502

http://beamforseniors.com/

Non-medical in-home care services including medication management, personal care services, companionship care, and homemaker services for seniors. Also respite care. They provide care at senior living communities including Capital Place Retirement in Olympia.


Homeless Child Care

720 West Court Street Pasco, WA, 99301

Phone: (509) 545-4042

http://bfcac.org/child-care-homeless

Homeless Child Care Assistance in locating and paying for the costs of child care at licensed child care facilities. Applicants get to choose the child care facility. No predetermined length of time for assistance. Eligibility requirement is homelessness.


Landlord Tenant Rights

720 West Court Street Pasco, WA, 99301

Phone: (509) 545-4042

http://bfcac.org/community-services/community-services-dept

Printed materials on this subject are available in the office. Limited information is provided over the telephone regarding landlord/tenant information, and referrals are made when appropriate.


Information Referral

720 West Court Street Pasco, WA, 99301

Phone: (509) 545-4042

http://bfcac.org/community-services/community-services-dept

Information, referrals and advocacy relating to community, county and state resources and programs are provided as needed. You may receive a copy of the Home Base Connections Resource Guidebook in English and Spanish.


Home Base Connections Center

720 West Court Street Pasco, WA, 99301

Phone: (509) 545-4042

http://bfcac.org/home-base/home-base-connections-center

Provides Case Management for homeless populations as well as free winter coats and diapers. Varied items are available and are dependent upon donations or time of year.


Boots to Shoes Foundation

2602 S. 38th ST. Tacoma, WA, 98409

Phone: (425) 284-1453

http://bootstoshoes.org/

Boots to Shoes foundation provides veterans assistance in transitioning to employment in the civilian sector. They provide them with help with translating their military skills and experiences into terms meaningful to civilian employers. Through one-on-one meetings and phone conversations, a mentor provides business knowledge as a veteran plans and conducts a job search.


Burien Nursing & Rehabilitation

1031 SW 130th St Burien, WA, 98146

Phone: (206) 631-0222

http://burienrehab.com/

Burien Rehab provides 24-hour skilled care and rehabilitation services in a comfortable and friendly environment. They offer a variety of services, and their onsite Medical Director coordinates and improves medical services. The Director of Nursing oversees all aspects of healthcare within the facility and they have weekly site visits from Advantage Wound Care Specialists. Services include nursing services, rehabilitation, social services, long term and end of life care.


Camp Korey at Carnation Farm

19031 33rd Ave W., Suite 211 Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (425) 844-3100

http://campkorey.org/

Camp Korey serves children and young adults with serious and life-threatening illnesses and their families at no cost. They provide year-round recreation programs specially designed to support the medical needs of campers while letting them just be kids and have fun. Hospital Outreach Program (HOP) brings the hopeful, playful spirit of Camp Korey to children and families in the hospital setting. Camp Korey hosts family weekends during the off-season from their Summer Camp sessions, typically during Spring and Fall. Family Camp offers support and recreation for those affected by childhood illness?which includes not just the individual child, but the entire family. Summer camp is for ages 7-16. Deadline for summer camp April 30th but sometimes able to take clients after that deadline.


Casa Latina

317 17th Ave S Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 956-0779

http://casa-latina.org/about-us

Casa Latina offers a number of programs dedicated to providing immigrants with educational opportunities critical to their integration as well the labor skills that help to support them and their families. In addition to their well-known work with day laborers, they offer a range of programs for immigrant women and families with children. They focus on three areas: education (teach English language classes for immigrant workers as well as offer workshops on job safety, worker rights and consumer education), employment (introduce immigrant workers to employers and help workers develop their own small businesses or long-term employment relationships), leadership (develop stronger voices for Latino immigrant workers and families through civic engagement, immigration reform advocacy, women?s support groups, and day laborer organizing).


Tacoma - Cascade Park Active Day Adult Day Health - TBI Support Group

232 St. Helens Avenue Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 627-9990

http://cascadecares.com/index.php/TraumaticBrainInjury/TBISupportGroup

Brain Injury Support Group third Tuesday of each month - 6:00 p.m. ? 7:30 p.m.


Cascade Connections

1354 Pacific Place, Suite 101 Ferndale, WA, 98248

Phone: (360) 714-9355

http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/mission-values/

The programs are specially designed to assist individuals with developmental challenges. The residential programs specialize in working with children and adults with developmental disabilities and with brain injury and the vocational program works with adults with various disabilities The services that the residential programs provide vary from a more structured setting such as group homes and adult family home, where services are provided on a 24 hour basis in a group setting to to a less structured setting such as the supported living program and home care program where services are provided in one's own apartment and home as needed. Their services are individualized to each person's preferences and needs. Each Care Plan that is developed takes into consideration the person strengths, needs, personal choices and areas of support that they need to live a productive life in their community. 1. Home services and vocational services are under different contacts


Child Care Aware of Central Washington

5301-C Tieton Dr Yakima, WA, 98908

Phone: (509) 965-7109

http://ccrrcentralwa.org/

Child Care Aware of Washington helps child care providers by offering professional training, educational scholarships, and an abundance of resources and helps parents by supplying valuable information on licensed child care in their area and tips for selecting a child care provider.


University District Youth Center

4516 15th Av NE Seattle, WA, 98105

Phone: (206) 526-2992

http://ccsww.convio.net/site/PageServer?pagename=homeless_udyc

A branch of Catholic Community Services, UDYC provides homeless, at risk, runaway, and/or street involved youth ages 13-22 the opportunity, tools, & support in transitioning to improved living. Drop in hours are from 1:00 to 3:30 PM each week day where a hot meal, showers, laundry, bus tickets, access to case management, etc. is provided. Transitional and permanent housing arrangements also available.


Children's Home Society Children's Waiting Room

721 N. Jefferson Street Room #101 Spokane, WA, 99260

Phone: (509) 477-6815

http://chs-wa.org/Our_Locations/Spokane/Children_s_Waiting_Room.html

The Children's Waiting Room offers a state licensed facility for children ages 1 to 12 whose parents/guardians are conducting court-related business at the Spokane County Courthouse. Children are offered a safe, fun, and nurturing environment staffed by Early Childhood Educators. The Center prevents children from witnessing potentially traumatic courtroom proceedings. While reservations are not required, parents are encouraged to call in advance.


Chinese Information and Service Center

611 South Lane Street Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 624-5633

http://cisc-seattle.org/

CISC helps Chinese and other Asian immigrants throughout King County achieve success in their new community by providing information, referral, advocacy, social, and support services. Services include helping non-English speaking elderly in the community. adult and youth employment programs, ESL and naturalization classes, family and youth services, domestic violence and crime victim services, and a community technology center.


Community Minded Enterprises

1307 W Court Suite 2 Pasco, WA, 99301

http://community-minded.org/contact-usget-involved

Community-minded resources provides a lot of services in all of eastern washington, including Health insurance outreach; Child care awareness, Respite for families; recovery resources.


Therapeutic Innovations and Recovery (Day Shelter)

2625 Brunea St #D Kennewick, WA, 99336

Phone: (509) 221-1030

http://coolgrl12354.wix.com/therapeuticir

Day social services for individuals and families facing homelessness and at-risk for homelessness. Case management for mental health and substance abuse, DV, prevention and referral to local services in the community. Hygeine center, bus tokens, shower vouchers, laundry vouchers, non perishable food, clothing and household goods, computer use, shelter as safety net, limited motel vouchers, funds for transitional housing and transport to client appointments. Mental health treatment provided by licensed MSW counselor Cindy Fransen. Spanish speakers available.


Crisis Clinic Caregiver Information & Assistance Program

9725 3rd Ave NE # 300 Seattle, WA, 98115

Phone: 2-1-1 or 206.461.3200

http://crisisclinic.org/find-help/2-1-1-resources-and-information/caregivers-resources/

If you are a caregiver of someone over the age of 18 who is ill or disabled, Crisis Clinic?s Caregiver Information & Assistance Program can give support and assist you in locating the services you need. Caregiver Services include Information, Assistance & Referral Service, Call Back Telephone Support, In-Depth or In-Person Support, Respite Care Services, and Care Consultations.


Crossroads Retirement Center

15750 NE 15th St Bellevue, WA, 98008

Phone: (425) 641-4900

http://crossroadsretirementwa.com/

Most of the residents at this facility are in their 80s. They will be changing owners in 2014, so it is not clear if they will continue to take direct Medicaid. They have a couple studio apartments available as of December 2013. This facility has no enforcement letters. We have not visited them.


Denise Louie Early Head Start Program

5333 15th Ave S Seattle, WA, 98108

Phone: (206) 767-8223

http://deniselouie.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=24&Itemid=29

This program is a federally funded community-based program for low income pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers aged 0 to 3 years. -This program partners with parents to enhance their child?s physical, social, emotional and educational development. -It ssist pregnant women in accessing comprehensive prenatal and postpartum care. -It supports parents in building positive, care-giving relationships with their children while honoring each families home culture, language and self-identified needs -It strengthens families confidence in their ability to advocate for equal access to community resources, jobs, schools and services


Think First of Washington

3 South/Rehabilitation Unit Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 847-7887

http://depts.washington.edu/think1st/about.html

Our unique assemblies are offered to students Kindergarden through 12th grade during the school year and send powerful safety messages to students of all ages. Our assemblies cover age-appropriate safety information. In times of uncertainty, it is important to let young people know that they can take steps to keep themselves safe. Our assembly speakers are people with disabilities who share how the injury they suffered left them permanently disabled. We also have individuals without injuries and health care professionals who speak about safety.


Alliance of People with DisAbilities King County

1122 E. Terrace St. Suite 100 Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 545-7055

http://disabilitypride.org/wordpress/

Alliance of People with DisAbilities is designated for King County as a Center for Independent Living and has been in operation for over 38 years. We provide programs and services to any person with any disability at any age. We are a consumer controlled person oriented organization with over 51% of staff and Board persons with significant disabilities. We have 5 core services: Independent Living Skills Training, Information & Referral; Peer Support, Individual and Systems Advocacy, and Transitions, which includes youth. We assist persons with disAbilities to achieve their goals as defined by the person. We provide additional assistance on emergency preparedness, benefit planning, social security, employment, housing, health care & wellness, managing money, and other topics requested by consumers.


Alliance of People with DisAbilities East King County

16345 NE 87th St. Suite C-1 Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 558-0993

http://disabilitypride.org/wordpress/

Alliance of People with disAbilities is designated for King County as a Center for Independent Living and has been in operation for over 38 years. We provide programs and services to any person with any disability at any age. We are a consumer controlled person oriented organization with over 51% of staff and Board persons with significant disabilities. We have 5 core services: Independent Living Skills Training, Information & Referral; Peer Support, Individual and Systems Advocacy, and Transitions, which includes youth. We assist persons with disAbilities to achieve their goals as defined by the person. We provide additional assistance on emergency preparedness, benefit planning, social security, employment, housing, health care & wellness, managing money, and other topics requested by consumers.


Domestic Violence Services of Benton and Franklin Counties

3311 W Clearwater Ave c140 Kennewick, Washington, 99336

Phone: (509) 582-9841

http://dvsbf.org

DVS services is the only DV provider in the Bi-county area who offers advocacy, support, referral center for victims and survivors, friends and family members, the general public and shelter service. It also services teen clients with a focus on Teen Dating Violence prevention and care.


Elder & Adult Day Services Bremerton

4414 Perry Ave NE Bremerton, WA, 98310

Phone: (360) 377-9810

http://eadscares.wordpress.com/locations/bremerton-location-opens-january-28-2013/

Elder and Adult Day Services (EADS) provides relief to caregivers by offering adult day health programs focused on frail seniors and adults with developmental disabilities. They also welcome brain injured clients. EADS? cost-effective, quality programs allow care-giving individuals, who choose to care for a loved one in a home setting, to maintain life balance. Structured activities, health and rehabilitation programs, and socialization are offered help adults in the community maintain optimum health and functional independence. Nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.


Evergreen Park Residential Living Federal Way Rodondo

142 S 295th Place Federal Way, WA, 98003

Phone: (206) 660-1273

http://evergreenparkassistedliving.com/contact

This facility provides general services to their residents which includemeal preparation, dressing and grooming, medicaion reminderl incontinence care, ambulation and transfer and ADL's. Their staff are home care aides who are nursing assistant certified and provide their care 24 hrs per day.


Evergreen Park Residential Living Bellevue

17126 SE 29th Place Bellevue, WA, 98008

Phone: (206) 660-1273

http://evergreenparkassistedliving.com/contact

This facility provides general services to their residents which includemeal preparation, dressing and grooming, medicaion reminderl incontinence care, ambulation and transfer and ADL's. Their staff are home care aides who are nursing assistant certified and provide their care 24 hrs per day.


Evergreen Park Residential Living Federal Way West Campus

32020 11th Ave Sw Federal WAy, WA, 98023

Phone: (206) 660-1273

http://evergreenparkassistedliving.com/contact

This facility provides general services to their residents which includemeal preparation, dressing and grooming, medicaion reminderl incontinence care, ambulation and transfer and ADL's. Their staff are home care aides who are nursing assistant certified and provide their care 24 hrs per day.


Evergreen Park Residential Living Greenlake

7520 E Greenlake Drive N Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 660-1273

http://evergreenparkassistedliving.com/contact

This facility provides general services to their residents which includemeal preparation, dressing and grooming, medicaion reminderl incontinence care, ambulation and transfer and ADL's. Their staff are home care aides who are nursing assistant certified and provide their care 24 hrs per day.


Washington State Fathers Network

16120 N.E. Eighth Street Bellevue, WA, 98008

Phone: (425) 653-4286 ,

http://fathersnetwork.org/

The Washington State Fathers Network (WSFN) advocates for and provides support and resources for all men and their families who have children with special health care needs and developmental disabilities. There are currently 15 programs located throughout all regions of the state. They hold meetings, provide childcare information, 1:1 support and resources.


Elder Services

5125 North Market Spokane, WA, 99202

Phone: (509) 458-7450

http://fbhwa.org

Launched in 1978 as a partnership between mental health and aging systems of care, Elder Services is a primary access point for services and resources that promote independence and enhanced quality of life for Spokane County home dwelling older adults, especially those who are at-risk and isolated. Elder Services provides seamless, cost effective, and consumer oriented services that include in-home interdisciplinary clinical case management; psychiatric/medication management; telephone information and assistance; caregiver support that includes Respite, Kinship Care; volunteer escort special transportation; and Medicaid Waiver (COPES) case management.


Felida Lodge Senior Living

1104 NW 109th St. Vancouver, WA, 98685

Phone: (360) 904-1102

http://felidalodgeseniorliving.com/

Felida Lodge Senior Living is an elder-centered adult family home which includes the following services: 24-hour staff-awake care, Private Rooms & Baths, Custom Heat in Bedrooms, Family Atmosphere, Nutritious, Home-Cooked Meals and Snacks, Personalized Diets, Cable TV and Phone access in each room, Wheelchair Accessible, Extra wide hallways and 42" wide doors, Assistance with dressing, bathing, transfers, hygiene, eating, and medications (including Insulin injection), Nurse Delegation, Personalized Exercise: fall prevention, balance, strength, & vestibular, Individualized Activities, Full Housekeeping and Laundry, Wound Care, Diabetic Care, Oxygen Therapy, and Hospice In Home Health Provider visits.


Friendship Adventures

9805 NE 116th Street PMB #A185 Kirkland, WA, 98034

Phone: (425) 444-3132

http://friendshipadventures.org/index.htm

Friendship Adventures is a volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities via recreational, educational and leisure opportunities. They provide a safe, supervised and engaging environment for participants and strive to build their socialization skills and confidence.



Gardens at Juanita Bay

11853 97th Ave NE Kirkland, WA, 98034

Phone: (425) 823-0410

http://gardensatjuanitabay.com/

This assisted living facility has enforcement letters. We have not visited them. They accept residents age 65 and older exclusively.


Gravelly Lake Adult Family Home

11502 Gravelly Lake Drive SW Lakewood, WA, 98499

Phone: (253) 951-2016

http://gravellylakeafh.com/

This adult family home has a Registered Nurse on call and provides the following services: medication management, incontinence care, diabetic care and hospice care. They have a senior care specialist, certified dementia care specialist, certified disability specialist and certified mental health specialist on staff. Independence is always encouraged while assistance is provided.


Harmony House Health Care Center

100 River Plaza Brewster, WA, 98812

Phone: (509) 689-2546

http://harmonyhousehcc.com/

This care facility is licensed for skilled nursing care and has an excellent reputation. They accept people of any age, the youngest person presently is 45 years old. They have admitted and worked with A/TBI- affected people.


HeadStrong

3518 Fremont Avenue North #289 Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (360) 220-1422

http://headstrongforlife.org/

HeadStrong provides support for young people living with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), education about TBI, and advocacy for prevention and recovery support. HeadStrong helps young survivors of Traumatic Brain injury to access support for the best recovery possible, secure a meaningful place in their communities, and live with dignity and respect. Services include the TBI Recovery Tote Program, monthly family and social events, a bi-monthly support group for caregivers, driving awareness education, the Mentor Program, and educational and training events for families and professionals including school staff. They also offer camps for youth, soldiers, veterans and families. HeadStrong also has a chapter in Tacoma.


Guide Puppies of Seattle

Seattle, Washington

Phone: (800) 295-4050

http://home.comcast.net/~hhespelt/pages/index.htm

Guide Puppies of Seattle is a local puppy raising group for Guide Dogs for the Blind.


Interconnection.org

3415 Stone Way N Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 633-1517

http://interconnection.org

Interconnection.org connects non-profit organizations and underserved communities around the world to the computers and communications technology they need. They also provide businesses and individuals with a convenient and responsible way to donate and recycle computers and electronics.


Island Home Nursing

USE OTHER MAILING ADDRESS. 5529 Harbor Av. Freeland, WA, 98249

Phone: (360) 678-4090

http://islandhomenursing.com/

Island Home Nursing caregivers help people stay in their own home as long as possible by assisting with bathing, personal care, meal preparation, laundry and light housekeeping, errands and transportation to medical appointments. They also help loved ones with respite or hospice care. Island Home Nursing can assist with non-medical daily living tasks that don?t require a licensed nurse.


Island Volunteer Caregivers

375 Erickson Ave Suite 212 Bainbridge Island, WA, 98110

Phone: (206) 842-4441

http://ivcbainbridge.org

Island Volunteer Caregivers provides one-on-one relationships with trusted volunteers from our community. Their mission is to help individuals and families maintain their dignity and quality of life so that they can live as independently as possible. Volunteers may help with a variety of activities of daily living.


Kittitas County Parent to Parent

111 E. University Way Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 929-7277

http://kc-p2p.blogspot.com/

P2P programs offer emotional support and information about disabilities and community resources to parents of children with developmental disabilities, mental health issues, chronic health conditions or special needs. This is a support group outreach that links others to a community of support. They also offer workshops and outreach.


Legacy House

803 S Lane Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 292-5184

http://legacyhouse.org/

Legacy House provides culturally competent care to low income mostly Asian seniors in the China-Town/International District. Assisted Living Services include: 75 assisted-living and independent apartments with full amenities, privacy and emergency call systems; Nutritious, Asian-style meals and snacks including fresh fruits and vegetables daily; On-site 24 hour staffing; Weekly housekeeping and linen service; Daily fitness, social and recreational group activities to maintain physical and mental alertness and promote human interaction; Daily RN oversight; Health monitoring and medication management and Companionship. We have not visited this location which has no enforcement letters. As of December 2013 they were full.


Love Over Whelming

304 Cowlitz way Kelso, WA, 98626

Phone: (360) 749-8056

http://loveoverwhelming.org/

This service answers the needs of homeless people and those in need in Cowlitz County, Washington by identifying the needs of their clients and creatively filling those needs with services and resources found in their community.


Open Doors for Multicultural Families

24437 RUSSELL RD Suite 220 Kent, WA, 98032

Phone: (253) 216-4479

http://multiculturalfamilies.org

Open Doors for Mul­ti­cul­tural Fam­i­lies, is to ensure that diverse fam­i­lies who have fam­ily mem­bers with devel­op­men­tal dis­abil­i­ties and spe­cial health care needs have equal access to cul­tur­ally and lin­guis­ti­cally appro­pri­ate infor­ma­tion, resources, and ser­vices.In addi­tion, with guid­ance and sup­port by their trusted bilin­gual Fam­ily Sup­port Spe­cial­ists, fam­i­lies with lim­ited Eng­lish pro­fi­ciency are able to access needed ser­vices in the com­mu­nity to bet­ter sup­port and advo­cate for their children?s spe­cial needs through case man­age­ment and sys­tem nav­i­ga­tion sup­port services.


North Intertribal Vocational Rehabilitation Program

3201 Northwest Ave #8 Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 671-7626

http://nivrp.org/

This service is hosted by the Stillaguamish Tribe and serves the Nooksack, Sauk-Suiattle, Stillaguamish, Swinomish, Tulalip and Upper Skagit Tribes in Skagit, Snohomish and Whatcom counties assisting Native Americans whose disabilities result in barriers to find employment, succeed at work and live independently in their Tribal communities. Indidivuals must be enrolled in a Federally Recognized Tribe, 16 or older, and have a physical or mental impairment that is preventing them from looking for, getting, or keeping a job.


Norse Home

5311 Phinney Ave N Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 781-7400

http://norsehome.org/

This is an Assisted Living Facility for individuals who are at least 55 years old. A licensed nurse and Resident Assistant Caregivers are on duty twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Services include: Monitoring of health care needs; Bathing and dressing assistance; Personal hygiene and appearance; Medication assistance and reminders; Cognitive Support; Laundry and housekeeping assistance and life enrichment activities and outings.


Northwest Autism Clinic

2615 Old Hwy 99 South Road Mount Vernon, Washington, 98273

Phone: (360) 691-9824

http://northwestautismclinic.com/

Northwest Autism Clinic provides Intensive ABA intervention, treatment and verbal behavior therapy. ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) Therapy, Delayed Speech and Language Development, Diagnostic Assessment, Program Management, School Consultations, Challenging Behaviors, and Social Skills Training.


Senior Information and Assistance Orcas Island

62 Henry Road Eastsound, WA, 98245

Phone: (360) 376-2677

http://orcasseniors.org/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Parkside Retirement Community

2902 I St. NE Auburn, WA, 98002

Phone: (253) 939-1992

http://parksideretirement.com/pside_amenities.html

We have not visited this facility. They have no enforcement letters.


People?s Memorial Association

1801 12th Ave. Suite A Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 325-0489

http://peoplesmemorial.org/

People's Memorial Association (PMA) is a non-profit organization that has 70 years experience helping families in Washington avoid the high expense often associated with funeral arrangements. PMA provides education and advocacy for consumers regarding simple, dignified cremation and burial. People's Memorial Association currently has contracts with 26 funeral homes across the state of Washington. Pricing on the website is same for all these funeral homes. The least expensive alternative is cremation, with the ashes (in a plain plastic rectangular box or container provided by the family) being picked up by the family for $699.00 plus a King County fee of $50.00 and sales tax. The death certificate is an additional $20.00. Rules around scattering of the ashes are listed on the website. If burial is chosen, $1099.00 (plus fees as above) affords one a cloth covered casket delivered to the cemetery. (This is 1/3 the cost of the services of a local funeral home I checked out.) Cemetery fees are separate.


Peters Creek Retirement Community

14431 Rednomd Way Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 869-2273

http://peters-creek.com/

Peters Creek Retirement Community provides a full range of senior living options with exceptional care, wellness programs and social activities in attractive, modern surroundings.Peters Creek Retirement Community offers independent as well as on-site assisted living, including memory care. As of December 2013 they were full. We have not visited this facility. They have no enforcement letters.


Plus One Foundation

3213 W. Wheeler St. #372 Seattle, WA, 98199

Phone: (206) 285-0628

http://plusonefoundation.org/

The Plus One Foundation assists children and adults with a neurological injury, disorder, or disease to achieve goals, expand opportunities and 'feed the soul' through activities that offer education, rehabilitation and training. Activities that are funded are geared toward socialization/educational retraining. They either match interests with activities that exist or create a group activity based on interests. Examples of activities that they have funded include: Sports, Art,Outdoor Recreation, Cooking, Music/Theater/Dance, Travel, Health/Wellness, Yoga/Martial Arts/Pilates, Horse Therapy, MELT and other rehabilitative endeavors. A written diagnosis of a neurological injury, disease or disorder is necessary to apply for grants through Plus One. One must describe the experience you believe will assist you in your rehabilitation, education or re-education as related to your diagnosis, explain why this is so important to you and what you believe you will gain. List a specific service or location if you know of one.


Quilceda Community Services

9610 ? 48th DR NE Marysville, Wa, 98270

Phone: (360) 653-2324

http://quilcedacommunityservices.org/

This small non-profit organization offers opportunities for disabled adults, including those with ABI, to get exercise, socialize and participate in cultural activities such as drumming and art. There are two sessions a day, 9-12 and 1-4, Monday through Thursday for this drop in program at Willow Place. Quilceda Community Services also provides supported living at Quilceda Meadows, a HUD project, for which there is a wait list. Residents have 24 hour 7 day access to supports which include grocery shopping, community outings, housework, etc. Quilceda Community Services will have a new adult family home which provides 24 hour care.


Senior Center of West Seattle

4217 SW Oregon St Seattle, WA, 98116

Phone: (206) 932-4044

http://scwestseattle.org/Home.aspx

Programs for seniors over age 60 to include food programs - Meals on Wheels and café that serves low cost, healthy nutritious meals at the center M-F 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; educational programs related to using computers, texting, fitness, dance, computer arts and crafts, South Seattle Community College classes, AARP Defensive Driving; Dental Care; Foot Care; Tax Preparation; volunteers available for in-home support, light household chores and transportation to medical appointments.


The Lighthouse for the Blind Deaf-Blind Program

2501 South Plum Street Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 322-4200

http://seattlelighthouse.org/programs/deaf-blind-program/

The Lighthouse for the Blind has a nationally renowned deaf-blind program which offers the following programs: Deaf-Blind Technology Training Center Deaf-Blind Retreat Deaf-Blind Community Classes Deaf-Blind Independent Living Skills Training and Education


Seattle Medical and Rehabilitation Center

555 16th Avenue Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 324-8200

http://seattlemedicalandrehab.com/

Skilled nursing and rehabilitation. An affiliation of Evergreen Healhcare, Seattle Medical and Rehabilitation Center provides a continuum of care that includes professional nursing care, rehabilitative therapy and support services to residents enabling them to maintain their independence. They offer a ventilator/TRACH Program.


Seattle Young Adult Stroke Survivors - Support Group

12700 Aurora Ave N Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 363-7303

http://seattleyass.weebly.com/

Young Adult Stroke Survivors Support Group meets the 3rd Saturday of each month (wxcept for special events in July, August and December). The group hosts guest speakers and focuses on a topic related to stroke. A UW-sponsored caregivers group meets at 1:30 in the next room, so caregivers are welcome to attend either meeting (or both). The group provides coffee, beverages, and a variety of snacks.


Stroke Support Group- Northwest Hospital

1550 North 115th Street Seattle, WA, 98133

http://seattleyass.weebly.com/meetings--activities.html

Brain Injury Support Group for peole with Sroke held 3rd Saturday of the month at NW Hospital Rehabilitation Center.The meeting is in the East Wing Auditorium. There will be signs posted showing the way.


Mill Creek Senior Center

15720 Main St #210 Mill Creek, WA, 98012

Phone: (425) 948-7170

http://snohomish.wsu.edu/seniors/

The Mill Creek Senior Center is a branch of the Northshore Senior Center in Bothell. Seniors can stay active and connected through a variety of activities and services listed in a quarterly or seasonal newsletter.


Snoqualmie Valley Adult Day Health Center

4610 Stephens Avenue Carnation, WA, 98014

Phone: (425) 333-4152

http://snovalleysenior.org/AdultDayProgram.aspx

Sno-Valley Adult Day Health serves older adults experiencing physical, mental or social problems associated with stroke, isolation, confusion or other conditions. As a Certified program we provide therapeutic activities that are safe and enjoyable for people who are frail or have a disability living in the greater Snoqualmie Valley area. Program Goals The primary goal of the Sno-Valley Adult Day Center is to assess and meet the mental, physical, social and cognitive needs of participants and thereby maintain or improve their level of functioning so that they can remain in their own homes located in the greater Snoqualmie Valley. The secondary goal is to provide safe care to functionally impaired persons who cannot be left unsupervised and are living with care providers. The program also offers some relief for the caregivers who often provide 24-hour care for the participants. This relief can often prevent or delay institutionalization of the participant.


Sunrise Services, Inc.

811 Madison Avenue PO BOX 2569 Everett, WA, 98213

Phone: (425) 212-4200

http://sunrisecommunityliving.com/services/

Sunrise Services, Inc serves those who are elderly, have developmental disabilities, have mental challenges, have physical challenges, who need help to manage employment and money, and those who need help to stay in their own homes. Their services include: ?Adult Family Homes ?Caregiver Training ?Community Trades and Careers ?Home Care ?Mental Health Services ?New Freedom ?Supported and Community Living ?Financial Management and Payee Services ?Recovery Services


Sunrise Services Adult Family Homes

811 Madison Avenue Everett, WA, 98213

Phone: (425) 212-4200

http://sunrisecommunityliving.com/services/adult-family-homes/

For over thirty years, Sunrise has provided quality residential supports for adults with developmental disabilities. As part of our integrated continuum of care, Adult Family Homes allow intensive supports in a home atmosphere. All of the homes are open to any individuals with a variety of challenges. Our creative, innovative approach allows us to provide the best care possible, even for the most challenging needs. We devote special attention to developing individual residents? interests, time management and personal activity planning. Our residents often remain with us for many years, aging in a familiar, comfortable environment in the company of their friends. We know that everyone is a whole person with dreams and possibilities beyond their challenges, deserving of dignity and respect. For that reason we employ only positive supports designed to discover and meet the unexpressed needs that can cause difficult behavior.


Low Vision Store

300 NE 117th Ave. Vancouver, WA, 98684

Phone: (360) 254-3344

http://thelowvisionstore.net

The Low Vision Store has been offering products for vision independence for fifteen years. We are proud to offer the very best in video magnifiers (CCTVs) coupled with exceptional personal service. Order products online, or call to schedule an appointment to visit their showroom at the listed address. Only open by appointment; no regular business days.


Brett Parmenter Ph.D

1660 S. Columbian Way Seattle, WA, 98108

Phone: (800) 329-8387

http://veteranstrainingsupportcenter.org/index.php/trainers/single/brett-parmenter-ph.d

Dr. Brett Parmenter PhD received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Kansas after completing her predoctoral internship at Yale School of Medicine. She then went on to complete a postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at the State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. She is board-certified in Clinical Neuropsychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology/American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Washington and is currently a staff neuropsychologist at the VA Puget Sound Healthcare System, American Lake Division.


Easter Seals Camp Stand By Me

17809 S. Vaughn Road KPN Vaughn, WA, 98394

Phone: (253) 884-2722

http://wa.easterseals.com

Easter Seals Washington provides exceptional services to ensure that people with disabilities and families in need have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play. Camp Stand By Me provides a safe, barrier-free environment for children and adults to experience all aspects of camp without usual limitations.


Easter Seals of Washington Main Office

220 W. Mercer St. Ste. E-210 Seattle, WA, 98119

Phone: (206) 281-5700

http://wa.easterseals.com

This Service provides core programs and services including: Autism Spectrum Disorder Services Children's Services Adult Services Senior Services Military & Veteran Services Employment & Training Medical Rehabilitation Camping & Recreation Brain Health


Easter Seals of Washington Angle Lake Child Development Center

4040 S. 188th St. Ste. #101 SeaTac, WA, 98188

Phone: (206) 816-3255

http://wa.easterseals.com

Easter Seals Washington provides exceptional services to ensure that people with disabilities and families in need have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play. Their Child Development Centers support families in Washington State by providing the highest quality childcare and education for children with and without disabilities.


Easter Seals of Washington Growing Years Child Development Center

4735 E. Marginal Way South Seattle, WA, 98134

Phone: (206) 764-3492

http://wa.easterseals.com

This service provides exceptional services to ensure that people with disabilities and families in need have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play. Their Child Development Centers support families in Washington State by providing the highest quality childcare and education for children with and without disabilities.


Easter Seals of Washington Building Blocks Child Development Center

520 - 15th Street SW Auburn, WA, 98001

Phone: (253) 931-7702

http://wa.easterseals.com

Easter Seals Washington provides exceptional services to ensure that people with disabilities and families in need have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play. Their Child Development Centers support families in Washington State by providing the highest quality childcare and education for children with and without disabilities.


Easter Seals of Washington Community Services

West 606 Sharp Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 326-8292

http://wa.easterseals.com

Easter Seals Washington provides exceptional services to ensure that people with disabilities and families in need have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play. Their Assistive Technology Program provides technology assessment & training, equipment setup & installation, technical support, workplace evaluation, and professional staff training.


Walla Walla Friends of Children

120 E Birch St Walla Walla, WA, 99362

Phone: (509) 527-4745

http://wallawallafriends.org/

Friends of Children of Walla Walla is a mentoring organization that matches Walla Walla Valley children in need of a safe, consistent adult presence with adult volunteers, who agree to spend a minimum of one hour a week mentoring their child friend. Have both in-school and community-based mentoring programs.


Heritage House at the Market

1533 Western Ave Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 382-4119

http://washington.providence.org/senior-care/heritage-house-at-the-market/

Heritage House is located in the heart of downtown Seattle, near the Pike Place Market. This is an Assisted Living facility with services that include: Meals, Housekeeping, Laundry and linen services, Assistance with daily living activities and Nursing support. Healthcare support includes: Medication Assistance, RNs and LPNs, 24 hour personal care, Bathing assistance, Reminders, Varied, enriching, and interesting activities, Van trips and Religious services.


Aging and Adult Care of Central Washington - Moses Lake Office

1336 S. Pioneer Way, Suite 103 Moses Lake, WA, 98837

Phone: (509) 776-2568

http://www.aaccw.org/

Access Service: Services range from simple information-giving to more complex assistance and advocacy, to access services. Entry point for referral to services, designed to locate, identify and advocate for older adults and persons with disabilities, and their caregivers, who need service(s) and link them to the most appropriate resource(s). Help older adults and persons with disabilities remain in their homes as long as possible by providing information, assistance and referral services, and to help unpaid family caregivers succeed in their role, by providing relevant and responsive help in the form of specialized information, assistance and support services. Long-Term Care Ombudsman: Volunteers who successfully complete 40 hours of free training, and who agree to spend a minimum of four hours per week in their assigned facility, will be certified by the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman. The Ombudsman will 1) Advocate for the rights of residents in long-term care facilities. 2) Work with residents, families, operators, facility staff, local and state agencies to resolve problems or answer questions. 3) Educate the public to promote a better understanding on resident's rights. 4) Help residents, family, staff and operators of facilities establish a resident or family council. Support Groups: Support Groups include grandparents raising grandchildren and family caregiver support. Also provides specialized referrals on other disease specific support groups. Volunteer Services: Works with other agencies, volunteer organizations, and our own volunteers to serve the needs of seniors and persons with disabilities who are unable to access other programs. Services provided include: Friendly Visiting, Transportation, Office Assistance, and Yard Care.


Aging and Adult Care of Central Washington - East Wenatchee Office

50 Simon Street S.E., Suite A East Wenatchee, WA, 98802

Phone: (509) 886-0700

http://www.aaccw.org/

Access Service: Services range from simple information-giving to more complex assistance and advocacy, to access services. Entry point for referral to services, designed to locate, identify and advocate for older adults and persons with disabilities, and their caregivers, who need service(s) and link them to the most appropriate resource(s). Help older adults and persons with disabilities remain in their homes as long as possible by providing information, assistance and referral services, and to help unpaid family caregivers succeed in their role, by providing relevant and responsive help in the form of specialized information, assistance and support services. Case Management and Nursing Service: To assist functionally impaired adults at risk of institutionalization in accessing, obtaining and effectively utilizing the necessary services which enable them to maintain the highest level of independence in the least restrictive setting. Nursing services are provided in residential and home settings. Gatekeeper Program:Training program to help recognize and link up vulnerable adults to community resources, to help vulnerable adults remain in their homes as long as possible. Vulnerable adults are at-risk of requiring institutionalization due to cognitive, physical, behavioral or mental health issues. Some adults may be potential victims of financial or emotional exploitation, or may require help to rectify safety issues. Long-Term Care Ombudsman: Volunteers who successfully complete 40 hours of free training, and who agree to spend a minimum of four hours per week in their assigned facility, will be certified by the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman. The Ombudsman will 1) Advocate for the rights of residents in long-term care facilities. 2) Work with residents, families, operators, facility staff, local and state agencies to resolve problems or answer questions. 3) Educate the public to promote a better understanding on resident's rights. 4) Help residents, family, staff and operators of facilities establish a resident or family council. Support Groups: Support Groups include grandparents raising grandchildren and family caregiver support. Also provides specialized referrals on other disease specific support groups. Volunteer Services: Works with other agencies, volunteer organizations, and our own volunteers to serve the needs of seniors and persons with disabilities who are unable to access other programs. Services provided include: Friendly Visiting, Transportation, Office Assistance, and Yard Care.


Aging and Longterm Care Chelan County

50 Simon Street S.E. East Wenatchee, WA, 98802

Phone: (509) 886-0700

http://www.aaccw.org/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult fifty-five or older (does work with children who have disabilties) or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Aging and Longterm Care Douglas County

50 Simon Street S.E. East Wenatchee, WA, 98802

Phone: (509) 886-0700

http://www.aaccw.org/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance Lincoln County

50 Simon Street S.E. East Wenatchee, WA, 98802

Phone: (509) 886-0700

http://www.aaccw.org/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance Okanogan County

739 Haussler Rd. Suite A Omak, WA, 98841

Phone: (509) 826-7452

http://www.aaccw.org/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Aging and Adult Care of Central Washington - Omak Office

739 Haussler Road Suite A Omak, WA, 98841

Phone: (509) 826-7452

http://www.aaccw.org/

Access Service: Services range from simple information-giving to more complex assistance and advocacy, to access services. Entry point for referral to services, designed to locate, identify and advocate for older adults and persons with disabilities, and their caregivers, who need service(s) and link them to the most appropriate resource(s). Help older adults and persons with disabilities remain in their homes as long as possible by providing information, assistance and referral services, and to help unpaid family caregivers succeed in their role, by providing relevant and responsive help in the form of specialized information, assistance and support services. Long-Term Care Ombudsman: Volunteers who successfully complete 40 hours of free training, and who agree to spend a minimum of four hours per week in their assigned facility, will be certified by the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman. The Ombudsman will 1) Advocate for the rights of residents in long-term care facilities. 2) Work with residents, families, operators, facility staff, local and state agencies to resolve problems or answer questions. 3) Educate the public to promote a better understanding on resident's rights. 4) Help residents, family, staff and operators of facilities establish a resident or family council. Support Groups: Support Groups include grandparents raising grandchildren and family caregiver support. Also provides specialized referrals on other disease specific support groups. Volunteer Services: Works with other agencies, volunteer organizations, and our own volunteers to serve the needs of seniors and persons with disabilities who are unable to access other programs. Services provided include: Friendly Visiting, Transportation, Office Assistance, and Yard Care.


Southeast Washington Aging and Long Term Care Whitman County

210 South Main Street Colfax, WA, 99111

Phone: (509) 397-4305

http://www.aasa.dshs.wa.gov/Resources/Whitman/default.htm

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


DSHS Home & Community Services King County

1737 Airport Way S, Suite 130 Seattle, WA, 98134

Phone: (206) 341-7750

http://www.aasa.dshs.wa.gov/professional/hcs.htm

The Home and Community Services (HCS) Division of the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) promotes, plans, develops and provides long-term care services for persons with disabilities and the elderly who may need state funds (Medicaid) to help pay for them.


DSHS Home & Community Services Snohomish County

20311 52nd Ave W Ste 302 Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (425) 673-3339

http://www.aasa.dshs.wa.gov/professional/hcs.htm

The Home and Community Services (HCS) Division of the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) promotes, plans, develops and provides long-term care services for persons with disabilities and the elderly who may need state funds (Medicaid) to help pay for them.


DSHS Home & Community Services

800 NE 136th Ave, Suite 220 Vancouver, WA, 98684

Phone: (360) 397-9518

http://www.aasa.dshs.wa.gov/professional/hcs.htm

The Home and Community Services (HCS) Division of the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) promotes, plans, develops and provides long-term care services for persons with disabilities and the elderly who may need state funds (Medicaid) to help pay for them.


Adaptive Installations

9740 43rd Pl. SW Seattle, WA, 98136

Phone: (206) 762-1969

http://www.adaptiveinstallations.com

Adaptive Installations provides home modifications. They also write letters of medical necessity and submit home modifications for third party reimbursement. They will work with an individual's health care professionals. An occupational therapist and interior designer are available for consultations.


Addus Healthcare

1121 N Argonne, Suite 210 Spokane Valley, WA, 99212

Phone: (509) 326-1090

http://www.addus.com/

Addus Healthcare provides comprehensive home care services including companionship, personal care, bathing and dressing, respite services, transportation and transfers.


Alpha Adult Family Home II

31735 8 Ave. S Federal Way, WA, 98003

Phone: (206) 271-6252

http://www.adultfamilyhomescentral.com/adult-family-home-locator-2/adult-family-home-locator/2980-alpha-adult-family-home-ii

This adult family home offers six beds, the couple owns another AFH as well. They offer mental health counseling on-site and accept A/TBI individuals.


Alderwood Manor AFH

19008 40TH AVE W Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (425) 678-8040

http://www.adultfamilyhomescentral.com/adult-family-home-locator-2/adult-family-home-locator/3644-alderwood-manor-adult-family-home

This AFH accepts people with acquired or traumatic brain injuries, but they haven't yet experienced such a resident. They would be interested in training by BIAWA if someone with Brain Injury were accepted there. Most residents have dementia and are in their 80s. Please call to ask if they have an opening before referring callers to them or sending information on a specific client. You may leave messages at any time.


Abused Deaf Women's Avocacy Services

8623 Roosevelt Way NE Seattle, WA, 98115

Phone: (206) 812-1001

http://www.adwas.org

Abused Deaf Women?s Advocacy Services empowers Deaf and DeafBlind survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and harassment to transform their lives. They provide comprehensive services to individuals and families, community education, and advocacy on systems and policy issues.


Aegis Living on Madison

2200 East Madison Street Seattle, WA, 98112

Phone: (206) 325-1600

http://www.aegisliving.com/aegis-on-madison/

Provides assisted living, transitional care, and memory care (secured for safety). Ammenities include transportation, outings, social events, worship services, meals, a parlor, bistro, private dining room and wine cellar, activity space, library, movie theater, hair salon, massage space, 24 hour nursing, traveling doctor, brain gym, house keeping and laundry, and wi-fi. Pets are allowed. Day stay, and overnight respite for two weeks or more.


Garden Path Adult Family Home

4917 Henley St. Blaine, WA, 98230

Phone: (360) 201-8006

http://www.afhreferralservice.com/reality/index.php?action=listingview&listingID=1772

7/10/2017 no openings; they take TBI .


Alliance Nursing Lilac House

12929 NE 110th Place Kirkland, WA, 98033

Phone: (425) 483-3303

http://www.alliancenursing.com/lilac_house.htm

This family home for four is currently full (1.31.2013), is located in a quiet neighborhood, surrounded by trees and landscaped yard, is quiet and clean, and staffed by compassionate highly skilled personnel including one licensed nurse and one NEC. Residents must have at least a 4 hour continuous medical service requirement to qualify, so many are on ventilators or trachs, feeding tubes, incontinent, etc. Nurses attend medical appointments with residents, and those who might qualify for schooling would also be accompanied by a nurse. The home is proud of the personal care that they give, preventing bed sores, maintaining range of motion, making sure they can evacuate all within five minutes, providing socialization (such as reading to them and bringing them into the common room) even to those who are unresponsive, and lip reading or using eye signals and other forms of non-verbal communication to communicate with those who are able so that they can make choices in their lives. Families visit frequently and most residents, ranging currently in age from 18 through 50, with disabilities ranging from TBI to ALS, MS, post polio syndrome, hypoventilation due to obesity, etc. stay for extended periods of time.


Aging and Disability Resource Center

206 West 1st Ave. Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 925-8765

http://www.altcwashington.com/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Aging and Longterm Care Benton County

3311 W. Clearwater Ave. Suite D100 Kennewick, WA, 99336

Phone: (509) 735-0315

http://www.altcwashington.com/

Coordinates and provides case management for adults 55 or older, or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. This service is in coordination with Aging and Long term Care. They can help clients to/with: planning, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options;get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance Columbia County

410 East Main Dayton, WA, 99328

Phone: (509) 382-4787

http://www.altcwashington.com/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Aging and Long Term Care

106 S 6th Ave Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 469-0500

http://www.altcwashington.com

Local offices throughout Washington State can help you plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Southeast Washington Aging and Long Term Care Benton And Franklin Counties

3311 W. Clearwater Ave., Suite D100 Kennewick, WA, 99336

Phone: (509) 735-0315

http://www.altcwashington.com

Provides in-home care to elders and adults with disabilities, senior nutrition, legal services, caregiver support services, respite care, senior transportation, foot care and many other services Provides community-based services to include: Senior Information & Assistance, Family Caregiver Support, Case Management Respite and Nursing Services


Senior Information and Assistance Garfield County

695 Main Pomeroy, WA, 99347

Phone: (509) 843-3563

http://www.altcwashington.com

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


DSHS Home & Community Services - Pierce County

1949 S State Street Tacoma, WA, 98405-2850

Phone: (253) 476-7200

http://www.altsa.dshs.wa.gov/professional/hcs.htm

The Home and Community Services (HCS) Division of the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) promotes, plans, develops and provides long-term care services for persons with disabilities and the elderly who may need state funds (Medicaid) to help pay for them.


Alzheimer's Association Western and Central Washington State Chapter

100 W Harrison Street, N200 Seattle, WA, 98119

Phone: (206) 363-5500

http://www.alz.org/alzwa/

The Alzheimer's Association Helpline is answered by highly trained and knowledgeable staff who can answer questions about alzheimer?s disease or memory loss, medications and treatment options, brain health and care options; how the Association can help you; caregiving tips and respite care options; services available in your community and referrals; or emotional support.


Arc of Spokane

320 E. 2nd Ave Spokane, WA, 99202

Phone: (509) 328-6326

http://www.arc-spokane.org

A volunteer-based, nonprofit agency, The Arc of Spokane works to ensure that people with developmental disabilities in our community, and the people who care for them, enjoy the highest quality of life possible. Services provided include Advocacy and Family Support, Parent Coalition, Parent to Parent, Partnership to Prevent Sexual Abuse, supports for senior parents, Financial Management Counseling and bill payment services, HomeOwnership Opportunities, Residential Support for individuals living on their own in the community, The Arc Community Center where people can enjoy the company of friends, learn important life-skills or a new craft and enjoy new experiences in the community, Employment Services, Pathways and Community Access, coordination of advocacy around applicable legislation and Clothing Solicitation. They help families meet needs in employment, healthcare, housing, money management and more to Russian, Hispanic and Native families, or any family living in rural eastern Washington.


Arc of Grays Harbor

120 West First Street Aberdeen, WA, 98520

Phone: (360) 537-7000

http://www.arcgh.org

The Arc advocates and supports inclusion into the community for families who have a loved one with different abilities. They provide information and referrals, sports and fitness activities, employment and benefit analysis and Family to Family Services which educate through workshops and encourage participation in community activities through locating accessible everyday activities and memberships.


Arc of Southwest Washington

1611 NE 18th St. Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 254-1562

http://www.arcofclarkcounty.org

This organization offers a full range of services embracing children and families including the Parents Receiving Intensive Developmental Education (PRIDE) center, Parent to Parent support groups and mentorships, information and referral, community outreach and public awareness. It also offers the Parent Coalition, which helps families navigate their way through systems, Development Services, which assists and enables individuals to move forward, Supported Living, Community Connections, Representative Payee & Guardianship program and People First & Advocacy.


Arc of King County

233 Sixth Avenue North Seattle, WA, 98109

Phone: (206) 364-6337

http://www.arcofkingcounty.org

The Arc of King County is an advocacy agency for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. They provide information and referral, monthly educational events and general outreach for individuals with developmental disabilities, their family members or caregivers, friends, community partners and professionals. Developmental Disabilities indicates a cognitive disability acquired before the age of 18. Their Parent to Parent program connects families with a new diagnosis or when they need emotional support with an experienced peer mentor. The child could be any age. The King County Family Coalition does legislative advocacy for people with I/DD. They do serve people with Brain Injuries.


Arc of Tri Cities

1455 Fowler Richland, WA, 99352

Phone: (509) 783-1131

http://www.arcoftricities.com/

The Arc of Tri-Cities is a community service program aimed toward helping children with disabilities and their families by providing support. This includes socialization programs, help with obtaining guardianship, links to employment and children services, transportation, parent-parent support, family services and other services under this umbrella.


Arc of Tri-Cities

1455 Fowler St. Richland, WA, 99352

Phone: (509) 783-1131

http://www.arcoftricities.com

The Arc of Tri-Cities provides several social opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Programs include Very Important People- VIP- ages 21 and above who have graduated from high school and have limited employment or day programming; Community Access- Support to access the community at a 1-4 ratio; Pre-Vocational - Employment Services; Respite Services- Families can pay private pay to offer a break during the day; Partners N Pals- Summer Camp Age 7-21; Junior PNP Summer Camp Ages 2-7; Camp Discovery Summer Camp for Kids with High Functioning Aututisim; Transportation Services; Parent to Parent; Epilepsy Support; Infant Toddler Program; Trips; Recreation Services and Advocacy.


Arc of Snohomish County

2500 Hewitt Ave Ste 300 Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 258-2459 x 104

http://www.arcsno.org

The Arc provides information and referrals, a lending library about special education related topics, support groups for mothers of disabled children, fathers of disabled children, for women ages 16 and up and also for men ages 16 and up, students ages 18-21 working on transitioning into independence, Parent to Parent mentoring, ?Sibshops? for siblings of disabled children, Adult Caregiver Support Group, a recreational Lego Club, the Self Advocacy LEAD Coalition (leadership development, training and mentoring, advocacy education and support), guidance and counseling around independent living and information about related legislation. The Arc provides information, training and support to local school districts. They provide a mailing list of upcoming trainings and events.


Normandy Park Senior Living

16625 1st Ave S Normandy Park, WA, 98148

Phone: (206) 241-0821

http://www.artegan.com/communities/locations/normandy-park/

Services offered at this a licensed boarding home include the following: Dining Our Culinary Experience includes a delicious breakfast and standard fare or Chef Specials for lunch and dinner. Housekeeping and linen services weekly for your convenience. Scheduled transportation for pre-scheduled appointments, shopping and outings. Emergency communication system for your security. All utilities included in monthly rent except cable and telephone. 24-hour staffing to respond to your needs. Personalized care services are additional and based on individual health assessment. Private dining room for family get-togethers and celebrations. Activities Center: Multiple activities and events weekly so you can stretch your body, learn something new, enjoy your neighbors, appreciate every moment. Library for quiet enjoyment or lively book club discussions. Beauty Salon/Barber Shop for your convenience. Whirlpool Spa to help you relax and rejuvenate. Computer/Internet access keeps you connected to news and information as well as family and friends by e-mail. Pets are part of your family so they are welcome here. VA Connects our special program and information for veterans. They do one person transfers and provide medication. Most of the people here are ages 70 and older. They will take younger people who are age appropriate in their community. They have not had brain injured clients but will take them as appropriate.


Normandy Park Assisted Living

16625 1st Ave South Normandy Park, WA, 98148

Phone: (206) 241-0821

http://www.artegan.com/communities/locations/normandy-park/index.php

This assisted living facility offers 85 studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments. The memory care portion of the facility has private and semi-private units. They have three cooked meals, housekeeping and linen services, 24 hour staffing, multiple weekly activities and events, whirlpool spa, computer and internet access, and can accommodate pets. They have no enforcement letters. We have not visited this facility. As of December 2013 they had openings. They might consider exceptions for younger residents.


Ashley House Northshore

1810 Browns Point Blvd NE Tacoma, WA, 98422

Phone: (253) 952-0503

http://www.ashleyhousekids.com/

Ashley House is home to children ages 0-21 and their families who are coping with the challenges of a catastrophic injury or a congenital birth defect. Ashley House is an option for children who would otherwise have to stay in a hospital or nursing home because of serious medical problems. At their 5 sites, they are able to provide care for a total of 32 children who typically stay from a few weeks to years. Children and families receive services individualized to meet their needs. Ashley House provides or arranges for: Twenty-four hour nursing care in a home-like setting. All care and treatment is under a doctor?s orders. Social work services and family support. Transportation to and from Doctor?s appointments. Training for the family so the family will be able to provide medical care for their child at home. Discharge planning to continue progressive recovery and transition to home. Physical, occupational and speech therapy to come in from the community to fit the unique needs of the child. Counseling for the child and family as needed. Education services through the school districts.


Ashley House Kent

25120 43rd Ave S. Kent, WA, 98032

Phone: (253) 941-0947

http://www.ashleyhousekids.com/

Ashley House is home to children ages 0-21 and their families who are coping with the challenges of a catastrophic injury or a congenital birth defect. Ashley House is an option for children who would otherwise have to stay in a hospital or nursing home because of serious medical problems. At their 5 sites, they are able to provide care for a total of 32 children who typically stay from a few weeks to years. Children and families receive services individualized to meet their needs. Ashley House provides or arranges for: Twenty-four hour nursing care in a home-like setting. All care and treatment is under a doctor?s orders. Social work services and family support. Transportation to and from Doctor?s appointments. Training for the family so the family will be able to provide medical care for their child at home. Discharge planning to continue progressive recovery and transition to home. Physical, occupational and speech therapy to come in from the community to fit the unique needs of the child. Counseling for the child and family as needed. Education services through the school districts.


Ashley House, Olympia

4012 Wiggins Rd SE Olympia, WA, 98501

Phone: (360) 491-1036

http://www.ashleyhousekids.com/

Ashley House is home to children ages 0-21 and their families who are coping with the challenges of a catastrophic injury or a congenital birth defect. Ashley House is an option for children who would otherwise have to stay in a hospital or nursing home because of serious medical problems. At their 5 sites, they are able to provide care for a total of 32 children who typically stay from a few weeks to years. Children and families receive services individualized to meet their needs. Ashley House provides or arranges for: Twenty-four hour nursing care in a home-like setting. All care and treatment is under a doctor?s orders. Social work services and family support. Transportation to and from Doctor?s appointments. Training for the family so the family will be able to provide medical care for their child at home. Discharge planning to continue progressive recovery and transition to home. Physical, occupational and speech therapy to come in from the community to fit the unique needs of the child. Counseling for the child and family as needed. Education services through the school districts.


Ashley House Enumclaw

40903 236th Ave SE Enumclaw, WA, 98022

Phone: (360) 825-6525

http://www.ashleyhousekids.com/

Ashley House is home to children ages 0-21 and their families who are coping with the challenges of a catastrophic injury or a congenital birth defect. Ashley House is an option for children who would otherwise have to stay in a hospital or nursing home because of serious medical problems. At their 5 sites, they are able to provide care for a total of 32 children who typically stay from a few weeks to years. Children and families receive services individualized to meet their needs. Ashley House provides or arranges for: Twenty-four hour nursing care in a home-like setting. All care and treatment is under a doctor?s orders. Social work services and family support. Transportation to and from Doctor?s appointments. Training for the family so the family will be able to provide medical care for their child at home. Discharge planning to continue progressive recovery and transition to home. Physical, occupational and speech therapy to come in from the community to fit the unique needs of the child. Counseling for the child and family as needed. Education services through the school districts.


Ashley House Browns Point

4411 Browns Point Blvd NE Tacoma, WA, 98422

Phone: (253) 925-9220

http://www.ashleyhousekids.com/

Children and families receive services individualized to meet their needs. Ashley House provides or arranges for: Twenty-four hour nursing care in a home-like setting. All care and treatment is under a doctor?s orders. Social work services and family support. Transportation to and from Doctor?s appointments. Training for the family so the family will be able to provide medical care for their child at home. Discharge planning to continue progressive recovery and transition to home. Physical, occupational and speech therapy to fit the unique needs of the child. Counseling for the child and family as needed. Education services through the school districts. Admission Criteria Ashley House provides compassionate care for medically fragile and technology-dependent children. Nursing, personal care and social services are provided by highly trained staff in small group home settings. Ashley House provides a ?home away from home? environment for the children and their families while delivering complex medical care and family support. Ashley House serves children from birth to 18 years of age. All of the homes have a mix of age and gender of children. Acuity level and individualized needs are considered for placement, as well as proximity to family members and medical support systems. Most children admitted to Ashley House will meet one or more of the following criteria: Need at least six hours of nursing care in a 24 hour day. Need TPN or intravenous medication administration. Need mechanical ventilation or specialized respiratory equipment. Need frequent therapy for respiratory problems and infection. Need peritoneal dialysis. Need pre- or postoperative care for an organ transplant. Need care for terminal illness. Ashley House provides medical care for children with a myriad of diagnoses and medical conditions. The following is a list of the most frequent ones: Apnea of prematurity Bronchopulmonary dysplasia Short bowel syndrome Traumatic brain or spinal cord injury or coma emergence Tracheostomy or mechanical ventilator dependent Complex wound or ostomy care Serious cardiac problems Chromosomal abnormalities Cancer Chronic renal insufficiency


Harmony House Adult Family Home Yakima

1501 S. 6th Ave Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 249-0867

http://www.assistedlivingfacilitiesin.com/Washington/harmonyhouseadultfamilyhome-yakima.html

Harmony House is an adult family home in Yakima County. They are not affiliated with the Harmony Houses in Idaho. They do house individuals with TBI although they rarely have openings, according to a caregiver who works there. They specialize in Mental Health, Dementia, Developmental Disabilities and operate a 6 bed unit.


Avamere Georgian House of Lakewood

8407 Steilacoom Blvd. SW Lakewood, WA, 98498

Phone: (253) 588-2146

http://www.avamere.com/ http://www.avameregeorgianhouseoflakewood.com

For adults 30 and over who need intensive and personalized medical care for short periods, Avamere Family of Companies skilled nursing facilities are an excellent choice. This skilled nursing facilities strives for a high-level of personal care, perfect for those who require 24-hour monitoring. Staff includes registered and practical nurses, as well as vocational and physical therapists. Infinity Rehab has proven itself as a leader in sub-acute, long-term senior rehabilitation services. They offer clinically intensive and comprehensive physical, occupational and speech language pathology services for the Avamere Family of Companies. Georgian House specializes in the care of patients with psychiatric or behavior management needs. They have TBI clients with behavioral components. Georgian House is a "lock-down" facility.


Benton Franklin Community Action

720 West Court Street Pasco, Washington, 99301

Phone: (509) 545-4042

http://www.bfcac.org

Benton Franklin Community Action provides a soiree of services, and could help clients fill out forms and provide assistance with connecting to DSHS, help enroll in college and other programs, provide referrals to work-source and other services as long as it falls under the umbrella of "pathways out of poverty."


Puyallup Support Group

401 15th Ave SE Puyallup, WA, 98372

Phone: (253) 213-2833

http://www.biawa.org/supportgroups.php

This Brain Injury Support Group is the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Olympic Room.


Brain Injury Radio

Spokane, WA

Phone: (509) 218-7982

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/braininjuryradio

This interactive radio show hosted by Craig Sicilia is specifically for TBI issues. The show presents pod casts and is available on iTunes after each recording.


Blue Mountain Heart to Heart

1520 Kelly Place, Suite 120 Walla Walla, WA, 99362

Phone: (509) 529-4744

http://www.bluemountainheart.org

Medical case management and support for caregivers/individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Provide free HIV and Hep C testing. Additionally, they provide a food bank and cultural connections, so that individuals may attend community events at no cost.


Auburn Meadows

945 22nd St NE Auburn, WA, 98002

Phone: (253) 333-0171

http://www.bonaventuresenior.com/communities/auburnmeadows/

This is a Senior Community Assisted Living and Special Care Facility. We have not visited this facility. It has enforcement letters.


Brain Energy Support Team

WA

http://www.brainenergysupportteam.org/support-groups/

BEST is helping survivors and caregivers thrive and make the most of their lives through support for statewide TBI Support/Social Groups, Hospital Advocacy Team, Educational Seminars and Speakers Bureau, Public Awareness Program and a TBI Peer Mentoring Program.


Spokane - County Disability Group Evening

511 N. Argonne Road Spokane, WA, 99212

http://www.braininjuryspokane.org

Brain Injury Support Group the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 6:30 p.m. ? 8:00 p.m. at Ambitions Corporate Offices.


Spokane County Disability Advocacy Group Day

900 West Main Spokane, WA, 99201

http://www.braininjuryspokane.org

Brain Injury Support Group the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays 12:00 pm ? 2:00 pm.


Seattle Harborview Medical Center Support Group

410 Ninth Avenue, #MB 112 Seattle, WA, 98104

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups.php

For people who have had a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Family friends and caregivers are invited to attend. This Brain Injury Support Group is held the First Thursday of every month; 12:00 ? 1:45. Social Happy Hour follows at Diva Expresso across the street from the location above.


Whidbey Island- Coupeville Support Group

101 N. Main St. Coupeville, WA

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

meets third Monday of the month from 6:30 to 8 PM in Conference room A or B- Enter at rear of the hospital- Lower level.


Seattle Brain Injury Caregiver Alliance

12550 Aurora Ave. N Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (415) 246-1092

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

Seattle Brain Injury Caregiver Alliance meets on the 4th WED of each month from 6 to 7:30 pm at Provail's Clubhouse.


Bellevue/Eastside Support Group

14224 Bel Red Road Bellevue, WA, 98007

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

The Bellevue/Eastside Support Group meets the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month from 1:00 to 2:30 pm. If there is a federal holiday, the Community Center will be closed. Karen sends out a newsletter/announcement before each meeting to update on time and location.


Seattle Free Gentle Yoga for People with Traumatic Brain Injuries

1716 NW Market St Seattle, WA, 98107

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

Gentle Yoga free to individuals with Brain Injury. This group is held most Fridays. Contact for more information.


Silverdale Support Group

1780 Myhre Rd. Silverdate, WA, 98310

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

This Brain Injury Support Group meets 2nd TH of each mo from 3 to 4:30 pm at Harrison Silverdate Medical Center- flagpole entrance.


Silverdale Support Group

1780 Myhre Road Silverdale, WA, 98383

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

This Brain Injury Support Group meets the 2nd Thursday of each month from 3:00 ? 4:30 pm at Harrison Silverdale Medical Center. The group meets in the Iris Room.


Cowlitz Brain Injury Support Group

305 Pacific AV, Suite B Kelso, WA

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

Support group meets on second TH of each month from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm


Grays Harbor Brain Injury Support Group

420 7th ST Hoquiam, WA, 98550

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

Meets every week on Thursdays from 12 to 2 pm.


Bremerton Support Group

700 Callahan Dr. Bremerton, WA, 98310

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

This Brain Injury Support Group meets the 4th Wednesday of each month from 4:30 ? 6:00 pm at St. Paul Episcopal Church.


Stanwood Camano Island North Snohomish County Support Group

7430 276th Street NW Stanwood, WA, 98292

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

Brain Injury Support Group the 3rd Monday of each month, 6:30 ? 8:00 pm in the library.


Bellingham Caregiver Support Group

809 E. Chestnut Staff Dining Room- Ground Floor Bellingham, WA

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

Support group for caregivers meets second Thursday of each month from 7 to 8 pm with Janet Mott, PhD as facilitator. Group meets at St. Joseph's South Campus- Staff Dining Room, Ground Floor


Bellingham Evening Support Group

809 East Chestnut Bellingham, WA, 98225

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

This Brain Injury Support Group meets the second Thursday of each month from 7:00 ? 9:00 p.m. on the St Joseph?s South Campus in the Small Dining Room- Ground Floor.


Seattle Wallingford TBI Survivors Support Group

DO NOT SEND MAIL 4649 Sunnyside N. #221 Seattle, WA, 98103

http://www.braininjurywa.org/supportgroups

Mild TBI Survivor Group the 3rd Tuesday of every month, 4:00-5:30 p.m.


Brigadoon Service Dogs, Inc

4759 Mission Road Bellingham, WA, 98226

Phone: (360) 733-5388

http://www.brigadoondogs.com/Contact-Us.html

Brigadoon trains dogs to provide assistance to Veterans, children and adults with physical, developmental disabilities, anxiety, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury. They are one of the few organizations who will train a dog for a child under 16 years of age.


Camp Prime Time

Road 744 Naches, WA, 98937

Phone: (509) 248-2854

http://www.campprimetime.org/

Camp Prime Time provides a recreational facility in a wilderness setting for those families who have a member who is living with a serious or terminal illness or disability and are able to enjoy such a setting. 80% of the family members with a disability are under the age of 10 years old. Individuals must apply in order to be considered.


CAREGIFTED

4616 25th Avenue NE #755 Seattle, WA, 98105

http://www.caregifted.org/

CAREGIFTED aims to bring awareness and respite in the form of all-expense paid getaways to full-time, lifelong (have to have been a caregiver for at least 10 years) caregivers of severely disabled family members. Individuals who have been live-in-full-time caregivers for a severely disabled family member and who can arrange for respite help at home during a getaway week are eligible to apply.


Caring Cabin AFH

3511 236th St SE Bothell, WA, 98021

Phone: (425) 202-6004

http://www.caringcabin.com/index.html

Caring Cabin?s highly attentive services are under the skilled nursing direction of Registered Nurse Delegator Marge Griffiths, RN, who provides an initial & ongoing Comprehensive Nurse Assessment. Any care or medication changes are monitored by Marge through the ongoing communication with Anne Beale Yancey, owner & resident care manager. Through comprehensive Care/Service Plans which are coordinated through the Physician, Nurse Assessor, DPOA, Resident and Daily Care Team, Caring Cabin successfully cares for residents whom are independent and may need medication assistance, diabetes management, to those suffering from several varying ranges of memory loss and dementia including traumatic brain injury (TBI) to those requiring specialized end-of-life care. By incorporating the entire Medical team from Physicians to caregivers, the best of care is provided for our residents. Registered dietitian on-staff as well.


Cascade Bicycle Club

7787 62nd Avenue NE Seattle, WA, 98115

Phone: (206) 522-3222

http://www.cascade.org/Home/

Cascade Bicycling Club promotes safe riding in King county and the Puget Sound area with maps, safety brochures, events and information about biking. Cascade Bicycle Club sells affordable helmets at community events throughout the summer as well as low-cost and free bicycling clinics and maintenance classes for recreational cyclists, event riders, commuters, novice cyclists, seniors, and youth.


Cascade Park Active Day Adult Day Health

246 St. Helens Ave. South Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 627-9990

http://www.cascadecares.com/cascade-park-active-day

Cascade Park offers one of the only programs in Tacoma with a dedicated day health staff. Active Day has a morning, afternoon, and full-day program designed to meet the needs of functionally and/or cognitively impaired adults through an individual plan of care. The comprehensive program includes a variety of health, social, and supportive services, all provided within in a protective setting. The main goal of this exciting program is to maintain or enhance the independence of each participant. This is accomplished in a fun environment that is structured to facilitate individual growth. Daily program activities include live entertainment, therapeutic activities, educational group discussions, physical and occupational therapies, bingo, arts & crafts, daily exercise, and more. Active Day's multidisciplinary care team works together with each participant's family/immediate caregiver, case manager, and primary physician to create and coordinate an individualized plan of care that is built upon their unique needs.


Cascade Park Gardens

4347 South Union Avenue Tacoma, WA, 98409

Phone: (253) 475-3702

http://www.cascadecares.com/cascade-park-gardens

Cascade Park Gardens provides specialized memory care in a safe alarmed environment. All residents have a diagnosis of dementia, though this doesn't have to be their primary diagnosis. A richer personal and family life is supported through therapeutic activities and skilled nursing services. They focus on residents as individuals with unique qualities, abilities, interests, preferences and needs rather than a collection of symptoms and behaviors to be controlled. Age accepted is determined on a case by case basis.


Cascade Park Vista

242 St. Helens Ave. South Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 627-3833

http://www.cascadecares.com/cascade-park-vista

Cascade Park Vista offers a comprehensive menu of assisted living services tailored to meet the individualized needs of each resident. They provide a continuum of assistance and personal support for those in retirement, or those who simply need some help in their activities of daily living, while allowing them to retain a degree of independence. They accept both Medicaid and DSHS support. Assisted Living rates range from $1,625.00 to $2,495.00 per month. Professional, individualized personal care services are available on an a' la carte basis. Mostly the community is a senior community.


Cascade Park Active Day TBI

232 St. Helens Ave. South Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 572-0383

http://www.cascadecares.com/traumatic-brain-injury

Examples of some of the components offered are: ?Occupational Therapy - exercise, physical activities, and fine/gross motor skill development ?Health Services - nursing assessment, medication assistance, and general health monitoring ?Cognitive Skills - improving memory, attention span, concentration, and decision making skills ?Life Support - teaching and working to improve ADL skills (Activities of Daily Living) ?Psychosocial Skills - mental, emotional, social, and behavioral support * Speech Therapist It is preferred that Cascade Park Active Day TBI program participants meet the following admission criteria: ?Between 18 - 59 years of age. (Older participants may be better served by attending our traditional program.) ?Have a history of traumatic or acquired brain injury. ?Possess a desire to utilize and further develop skills that will serve to enhance their daily life ?Ability to eat and use the bathroom with minimal assistance


Catholic Community Services Cowlitz & Wahkiakum Counties

676 26th Ave Longview, WA, 98632

Phone: (360) 577-2200

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_columbiariver

The employees at the two Columbia River Region family centers offer their unique gifts and talents to make a difference on a daily basis in the lives of some of our area?s most vulnerable individuals and families. Programs include assistance for children and youth, family preservation, adoption, family preservation, Project Rachel, seniors and people with disabilities, home care, volunteer chore services and foster grandparents.


Catholic Community Services Clark & Skamania Counties

9300 N.E. Oak View Drive Suite A Vancouver, WA, 98662

Phone: (360) 567-2211

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_columbiariver

CCS has programs available for youth and families, older adults and adults with disabilities. Programs include family preservation, adoption, Project Rachel, home care, volunteer chore services, and support for foster grandparents.


Catholic Community Services East King County Family Center

875 140th Ave. NE Suite #205 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 213-1963

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_eastkc

Providing people with the tools they need to help themselves, whether they need child, family and individual counseling, adoption, foster care, transitional housing, meals, wrap around services for homeless youth, emergency services (rental, utility assistance) information and referral, home care and chore services for seniors and people with disabilities, pregnancy and parenting skills and assistance dealing with the emotions following an abortion.


Catholic Community Services Grays Harbor Family Center

306 E. 3rd St. Aberdeen, WA, 98520

Phone: (360) 637-8563

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_graysharbor

The employees at the two Columbia River Region family centers offer their unique gifts and talents to make a difference on a daily basis in the lives of some of our area?s most vulnerable individuals and families. Programs include assistance for children and youth, family preservation, adoption, family preservation, Project Rachel, seniors and people with disabilities, home care, volunteer chore services and foster grandparents.


Catholic Community Services Kitsap Family Center

645 4th St., Suite 202A Bremerton, WA, 98337

Phone: (360) 405-9486

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_kitsap

The Kitsap Family Center provides a variety of social services in a one-stop location where each individual is served with compassion, dignity and respect. Services include programs for children and youth, family preservation, housing, Benedict House, families and individuals, adoption, counseling, family preservation, Project Rachel, emergency services, Benedict House, seniors and people with disabilities, home care, and volunteer chore services.


Randolph Carter Family and Learning Center

100 23rd Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 323-6336

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_randolphcarter

Run through Catholic Community Services the Randolph Carter Family and Learning Center has become an extensive, comprehensive human services organization offering multiple services to aid those in need.


Catholic Community Services Snohomish County Family Center

1918 Everett Ave. Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 257-2111

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_snohomish

CCS provides several social support programs such as Foster Care, Counseling, Housing for homeless and HIV, Pregnant and Parenting Women housing program, Family and Children?s services, New babies, Transportation, rides with volunteers, Disabled veteran?s transportation, Veteran?s housing, Retired senior volunteer program, Volunteer Chore Department, Layette program all geared toward support for low income individuals.


Catholic Community Services King County

100 23rd Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 323-6336

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=homepage

This center is committed to serving those most in need with services which include child, family and individual counseling, drug and alcohol counseling, recovery and treatment, case management, tutoring and vocational readiness, information and referrals, legal services, adoption, foster care, kinship care, child care, pregnancy and parenting skills, assistance dealing with the emotions following an abortion, meals, clothing, assistance with reestablishing ID, gas vouchers, reduced fare bus passes, emergency services (rental, utility assistance), day centers (some with library and computer room), overnight shelters, hygiene (showers, laundry, haircuts) and health/wellness (nurse and limited sliding scale Rx) centers, temporary, transitional, and permanent housing, home care and chore services for seniors and people with disabilities, immigration services, African American elders program and self- development programs.


Catholic Community Services Volunteer Chore Services

100 23rd Ave. S Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (888) 649-6850

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=volunteerchores

VCS is committed to helping elders and adults with disabilities remain independent in their own homes through a network of caring community members. The services are provided at no charge and serve as a safety net for those individuals who cannot afford to pay for assistance and do not qualify for other assistance. Volunteers generally provide 2-8 hours per month assisting their neighbors depending on their schedules and availability. Services include housekeeping, transportation, grocery shopping, yard care, home repair/accessibility options, wood provision, and monitoring.


Volunteer Chore Services, Tacoma

1323 S Yakima Ave Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 502-2690

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=volunteerchores

Volunteer Chore Services is a vast network of help that matches volunteers to the needs of seniors and others; low income housing, Foster Grandparents Program, and volunteer transportation. ervices provided include: Housework Laundry Shopping/errands Transportation Yard Work Respite Minor Home Repair Cooking Communications Household Repairs Monitoring Wood Provision Some kinds of Personal Care Protective Supervision Moving Assistance Services are provided for persons who are 60 years of age and older, living on a fixed income with some health and/or mobility limitations and adults, age 18 - 59, who have temporary or permanent functional limitations.


Wenatchee Community Center

504 S Chelan Ave Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 662-6156

http://www.cdcac.org/wenatchee-community-center.html

Boasts community events and houses the Wenatchee Community Garden


Catholic Family and & Child Service: Chore Services

640 S. Mission Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 662-6761

http://www.cdrsn.org/mh/Services/Providers/CFCS.asp

Chore Services works in coordination with Catholic Family services volunteer network to provides transportation; Yard work; Shopping; Light housekeeping; Laundry; Minor home repairs; Light meal preparation; Snow shoveling; Office assistance for individuals with disabilities or senior services.


Cedar Hills Adult Residential Care

1603 Drake Ct. Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 457-6954

http://www.cedarhillsarc.com/

Adult Family Home - short & long term care. This facility is a grouping of duplexes, and is centrally located with access to public transportation. They have experience working with individuals who have experienced a brain injury.


Center for Independence Tacoma

7801 Bridgeport Way W Suite 200 Lakewood, WA, 98499

Phone: (253) 582-1253

http://www.centerforindependence.org/home.htm

CFI serves people with disabilities and senior citizens with senior related disabilities. Their core services include peer support, information & referral services, individual advocacy, independent living skills training, community activities addressing the civil & equal rights of people with disabilities. Other Services include Social Security Work Incentive Planning, peer mentoring, Support Groups, Social activities & events, resource website, training on finding and keeping an attendant, and Adaptive Computer Skills Training.


Center for Independence Lakewood

7801 Bridgeport Way W. Suite 200 Lakewood, WA, 98499

Phone: (253) 582-1253

http://www.centerforindependence.org/home.htm

Core Services of the Center for Independence include peer support, information & referral services, individual advocacy, independent living skills training, and community activities addressing the civil & equal rights of people with disabilities. Other Services include Social Security Work Incentive Planning, peer mentoring, Support Groups, Social activities & events, resource website, and training on finding and keeping an attendant.


Child Care Aware of Washington

1551 Broadway Suite #300 Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 383-1735

http://www.childcarenet.org/

Previously Washington State Child Care Resource & Referral Network, Child Care Aware of Washington is working through 7 local child care resource and referral programs serving every county in the state as they help child care providers by offering professional training, educational scholarships, and an abundance of resources; help parents by supplying valuable information on licensed child care in their area and tips for selecting a child care provider; help businesses by developing programs to benefit employees and enhance economic policymakers, business leaders, educators and other local partners in support of high-quality child care. Parent Information & Referral Caregiver Support Community Building and Education Data and Research


Child Care Aware of Washington

1551 Broadway #300 Tacoma, Washington, 98402

Phone: (253) 383-1735

http://www.childcarenet.org/

Resource Line for Childcare in Washington. Connect?s families to high-quality child care and early learning programs, support child care providers who deliver high-quality care. Provide scholarships for early learning professionals to enrich their expertise. Advocate for safe, high-quality child care for every child who needs care in Washington


Children's Home Society Wenatchee Regional Office

1014 Walla Walla Avenue Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 663-0034

http://www.childrenshomesociety.org

At this location, staff find loving homes for children through a specialized foster care program that blends the strengths of highly trained foster parents with skills and support to provide a therapeutic environment for emotionally and/or behaviorally troubled children. Additionally, the Wenatchee office is a licensed mental health services provider and contracts with the Chelan-Douglas Regional Support Network to provide counseling, case management, and family support services to children and families in Chelan and Douglas counties. These services are available for families who have state medical coupons.


Children's Home Society Galland Ashlock Family Resource Center

2323 N. Discovery Place Spokane Valley, WA, 99216

Phone: (509) 747-4174

http://www.childrenshomesociety.org

CHSW's Spokane location brings together children and families for a variety of programs that work to strengthen relationships through support programs and counseling, as well as provide parents with the tools they need to assist in the development of their young children. Services available at this location include: Child and Family Counseling, Family Resource Center, Kinship Caregiver Services (Relatives Raising Relatives) and Parent Education (24/7 Dad, Parent Trust, Parents as Teachers, Strengthening Families Program, The Nurturing Parenting Program). They can access interpreters if necessary.


Children's Home Society North Seattle Family Center

2611 N.E. 125th St. Suite 145 Seattle, WA, 98125

Phone: (206) 364-7930

http://www.childrenshomesociety.org

This CHSW location is a multi-service family support program that works with parents, children, and families by assisting them in securing needed services and support such as DSHS and utility payment assistance, emergency food bank, children's clothing for 5 and under, and diapers and formula. Services include parenting education classes and workshops, play and learn groups for parents and their young children, support groups, home visiting programs (Parents as Teachers), teen parent services, youth activities, health and nutrition programs including cooking demonstrations, life skills education, car seat inspection, citizenship classes, English practice groups for English language learners, basic sign language teaching, a women's justice circle, and classes teaching adult and infant CPR.


Firwood

10751 2nd Ave NW Seattle, WA, 98177

Phone: (206) 362-0560

http://www.chmha.org/programs.html

This small facility provides assisted living for individuals 18 and up. They have separate bedrooms, shared bathrooms, and have a common room for eating and socializing. The location is quiet and residential. They have been visited by us and have residents with Brain Injury. They have enforcement letters.


Children's Home Society Walla Walla Regional Office and Family Center

1612 Penny Lane Walla Walla, WA, 99362

Phone: (509) 529-2130

http://www.chs-wa.org/Our_Locations/Walla_Walla.html

Staff and volunteers offer services and activities to promote healthy development in children. Families receive support through relationship building groups, parenting classes, and mental health counseling as well as counseling to child victims of sexual abuse/assault and other crimes. Summer recreation programs, tutoring programs, and early learning programs help support children?s academic success. Services available at this site include Early Head Start, Parent Education, Home Team Parent Aide program, Academic Fun Club, and Triple Point.


Children's Home Society Walla Walla Early Learning Center

1627 Evergreen Street Walla Walla, WA, 99362

Phone: (509) 525-3532

http://www.chs-wa.org/Our_Locations/Walla_Walla/Walla_Walla_Early_Learning_Center.html

Children's Home Society of Washington's Walla Walla Early Learning Center offers an Early Head Start program for families eligible for Working Connection Childcare, and a high-quality, full day childcare for children 4 weeks to 3 years old. The classrooms are staffed with one teacher for every four children. The curriculum is individualized and meets the unique needs of each child. Educators track development in cognitive, language, motor, and social-emotional skills to best prepare each child for Kindergarten.


Community Integration Services

704 228th Ave NE #745 Sammamish, WA, 98074

Phone: (425) 830-7746

http://www.cisaquatics.com/

Community Integration Services provides aquatic experiences for people of all ages who have special developmental or physical needs. They help clients access community pool facilities for recreation, rehabilitation, and general fitness.


Luepke Senior Center

1009 E. McLoughlin Blvd Vancouver, WA, 98663

Phone: (360) 487-7050

http://www.cityofvancouver.us/parksrec/page/luepke-senior-center

Come on in and discover all Luepke Center has to offer! From cards to trips to hikes to dancing, there's something here for everyone who's 50 and Better. Continuing activities include white elephant Bingo, pinochle, bridge, cribbage, knitting, crocheting, quilting and writing groups. Legal, financial and wellness clinics are also offered. A variety of specialty dances, presentations and classes (ranging from financial planning to mah jongg classes) are offered year-round. Luepke Center features a paperback lending library and free computer lab. Loaves & Fishes serves a noon-time lunch to seniors at Luepke Center. Suggested donation for meals is $2.75.


BelAir Adult Family Home

304. E. 3rd St Cle Elum, WA, 98923

Phone: (509) 674-4006

http://www.cleelumroslyn.org/business/business-501.aspx

Adult Family Home 6 beds, in Kittitas county


Compassionate In-Home Care, LLC

201 St. Helens Ave. Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 426-1192

http://www.compassionateinhomecarellc.com/

Locally owned private home care service provider offering companionship, personal care, homemaking, and live-in care options for seniors and those with disabilities. Compassionate In-Home Care also offers Care Coordinators and individualized care planning.


Spokane Center for Independent Living

612 North Maple St Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 326-6355

http://www.cordwa.info/

Provides a transitional program that is designed to assist individuals residing in institutional living situations transfer to a more independent, less restrictive community-based setting. A qualified Independent Living Services Case Worker will work one-on-one with you, exploring options to help you find the right independent living situation for a successful transition. In addition, the Case Worker will assess you healthcare requirements to ensure continuity of care is maintained. Services include social activities, peer support, attendant care training, community voice mail, protective payee program, and HIV/AIDS housing.


NAMI Cowlitz County

1457 3rd Ave Longview, WA, 98632

Phone: (360) 577-5708

http://www.cowlitzcommunitynetwork.com/d-directory/nami-cowlitz-county/

NAMI Cowlitz County is a support group providing education and referral of family members of the mentally ill. This group offers information on accessing services and advocacy. The group meets the third Thursday of each month at 7pm in the Canterbury Gardens Family Support Room. An offshoot of NAMI Cowlitz County is a depression, anxiety and panic disorders self-help group which meets each Tuesday at 6pm at Canterbury Gardens. On occasion they have professional therapists as consultants at the meetings.


Aspen Central Washington Comprehensive Mental Health

220 W 4th Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 925-9384

http://www.cwcmh.org/crimes.asp

The Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy Program in Yakima County and ASPEN Program in Kittitas County are dedicated to the elimination of domestic violence, sexual assault, and general crimes through prevention, education, and advocacy for victims. Our programs recognize a responsibility to provide culturally sensitive services and strive to meet the unique needs of our diverse community. This also links students from CWU into peer support.


Special Education Technology Center

Central Washington University 400 East University Way Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 963-3350

http://www.cwu.edu/~setc/

SETC supports all public school districts in the state of Washington and the personnel who work in those districts; any student, preschool through age 21, who formally receives special education services and who may require assistive technology to access their education. Services must be accessed through the school district serving the child. They also offer a lending library for teachers, free in person and telephone consultations, and collaborative technology planning, lending library, and staff development.


DaySpring Memory Care

1712 NW 149th Street Vancouver, WA, 98685

Phone: (360) 726-6163

http://www.dayspring-afh.com

DaySpring Memory Care is a high quality adult family home providing 24/7 care that is an alternative to assisted living or nursing home. Respite care available. Our home is managed by a compassionate nursing and management team. We value personal choice, independence, privacy, and individuality. Residents live life in a dignified and respectful manner by activities tailored to the individual?s needs, preferences, and interests. DaySpring is a 2 acre oasis in the Salmon Creek neighborhood of Vancouver, WA --2.5 miles from top medical facilities including Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center, Vancouver Clinic, and a myriad of independent practices.


Northwest ADA Center

6912 220th Street S.W., Suite 105 Mountlake Terrace, WA, 98043

Phone: (425) 248-2480

http://www.dbtacnorthwest.org/

Disability Business Technical Assistance Centers (DBTAC's) are a national platform of ten centers comprised of ADA professionals and experts who provide unbiased and accurate information and guidance. To businesses, they assist them in understanding their responsibilities under the ADA benefiting the business and customer service. For state and local governments they assist them comply with the requirement of the ADA improving their services, and to people with disabilities they assist them understand their rights and responsibilities under the ADA. . The DBTAC is a part of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Washington.


Delta Foundation

1705 Terrace Avenue Snohomish, WA, 98290

Phone: (360) 568-2168

http://www.deltafoundation.com/index.htm

The Delta Rehabilitation Center, also known locally as the Snohomish Chalet, is home to about 150 people who struggle every day to overcome the devastation caused by severe brain injury. It is licensed as a skilled nursing facility; you need to qualify for nursing care. Don't do trach or ventilator care but do feeding tubes. The area has an excellent school system with special classes available through age 21, and they have served people 18 and up. They may take teens on a case by case basis. Residents at Delta enjoy camping, movies, Mariner games, fairs, festivals, motorbike displays, the Hard Knocks Cafe for dining and movies, live music, auctions and more. Delta is set in a country atmosphere on 22 acres complete with lamas and very special outer space club with its own observatory. DCODE program through the UW for children under 18 or DDD clients provides excellent dental care.


Pet Partners

875 124th Ave NE #101 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 679-5500

http://www.deltasociety.org/

Pet Partners, formerly Delta Society, is an international organization that helps people live healthier and happier lives by incorporating therapy, service and companion animals into their lives.


Discovery View Retirement Apartments

1051 Hancock St Port Townsend, WA, 98368

http://www.discoverysrliving.com/

Assisted Living option in Port Townsend, WA. One caller was a resident and approved of the facility.


Pierce County Family Renewal Shelter

6832 Pacific Ave Tacoma, WA, 98408

Phone: (253) 475-9010

http://www.domesticviolencehelp.com/

EMERGENCY shelter for victims of domestic violence. This is for emergency high risk DV situations not a come and go shelter. Must be willing and ready to relocate. All info is confidential including location. No cell phones allowed; will be in safe until time to go, no socializing, going to school, no family contact. Very secure with the goal of keeping everyone safe. Call for availability.


Washington State Department of Services for the Blind--Vancouver Office

2214 East 13th Street, Suite 208 Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 696-6238

http://www.dsb.wa.gov/

Washington State Department of Services for the Blind (DSB) provides training, counselling, and support to help Washington residents of all ages who are blind or visually impaired pursue employment, education, and independent living. DSB offers children and youth who are blind or have low vision with services to grow a productive, independent and successful adulthood. We help aging adults facing issues of vision loss receive the skills to get them back into the life activities they love. DSB provides people who are blind or have low vision and want to work with support to help them find or keep a job. DSB is also a resource for businesses ? helping them to recruit and retain skilled talent and providing information about disabilities and the workplace. Tailored to you and committed to our mission ? Inclusion, Independence, and Economic Vitality for People with Visual Disabilities.


Washington State Department of Services for the Blind-Seattle Office

3411 S. Alaska Street Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 906-5500

http://www.dsb.wa.gov/

Washington State Department of Services for the Blind (DSB) provides training, counselling, and support to help Washington residents of all ages who are blind or visually impaired pursue employment, education, and independent living. DSB offers children and youth who are blind or have low vision with services to grow a productive, independent and successful adulthood. We help aging adults facing issues of vision loss receive the skills to get them back into the life activities they love. DSB provides people who are blind or have low vision and want to work with support to help them find or keep a job. DSB is also a resource for businesses ? helping them to recruit and retain skilled talent and providing information about disabilities and the workplace. Tailored to you and committed to our mission ? Inclusion, Independence, and Economic Vitality for People with Visual Disabilities.


Washington State Department of Services for the Blind Tacoma Office

949 Market Street, Suite 508 Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 597-4417

http://www.dsb.wa.gov/

Washington State Department of Services for the Blind (DSB) provides training, counselling, and support to help Washington residents of all ages who are blind or visually impaired pursue employment, education, and independent living. DSB offers children and youth who are blind or have low vision with services to grow a productive, independent and successful adulthood. We help aging adults facing issues of vision loss receive the skills to get them back into the life activities they love. DSB provides people who are blind or have low vision and want to work with support to help them find or keep a job. DSB is also a resource for businesses ? helping them to recruit and retain skilled talent and providing information about disabilities and the workplace. Tailored to you and committed to our mission ? Inclusion, Independence, and Economic Vitality for People with Visual Disabilities.


Washington State Department of Services for the Blind Spokane Office

510 W. Riverside, Room 209 Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 456-4458

http://www.dsb.wa.gov/index.shtml

Washington Department of Services for the Blind (DSB) partners view the agency as a premiere resource and a national leader in promoting the skills and abilities of people who are blind or have low vision. DSB teams with customers, employers, communities, and fellow staff to achieve the highest level of customer service. The agency provides job counseling and teaches adaptive skills to people who are blind or have low vision. DSB works with people of all ages, offering a wide range of services tailored to you and committed to our mission: Inclusion, Independence, and Economic Vitality for People with Visual Disabilities.


Washington State Department of Services for the Blind--Yakima Office

1712 S. 16th Avenue Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 575-2014

http://www.dsb.wa.gov

Washington State Department of Services for the Blind (DSB) provides training, counselling, and support to help Washington residents of all ages who are blind or visually impaired pursue employment, education, and independent living. DSB offers children and youth who are blind or have low vision with services to grow a productive, independent and successful adulthood. We help aging adults facing issues of vision loss receive the skills to get them back into the life activities they love. DSB provides people who are blind or have low vision and want to work with support to help them find or keep a job. DSB is also a resource for businesses ? helping them to recruit and retain skilled talent and providing information about disabilities and the workplace. Tailored to you and committed to our mission ? Inclusion, Independence, and Economic Vitality for People with Visual Disabilities.


Washington State Department of Services for the Blind Olympia/Lacey Office

4565 7th Avenue SE Lacey, WA, 98503

Phone: (360) 725-3830

http://www.dsb.wa.gov

Washington State Department of Services for the Blind (DSB) provides training, counselling, and support to help Washington residents of all ages who are blind or visually impaired pursue employment, education, and independent living. DSB offers children and youth who are blind or have low vision with services to grow a productive, independent and successful adulthood. We help aging adults facing issues of vision loss receive the skills to get them back into the life activities they love. DSB provides people who are blind or have low vision and want to work with support to help them find or keep a job. DSB is also a resource for businesses ? helping them to recruit and retain skilled talent and providing information about disabilities and the workplace. Tailored to you and committed to our mission ? Inclusion, Independence, and Economic Vitality for People with Visual Disabilities.


Laura M. Bean

6947 Cold Creek Pkwy SE Newcastle, WA, 98059

Phone: (206) 612-6300

http://www.dshs.wa.gov/pdf/HRSA/dvr/IL/ILContractors.pdf

Laura works both independently and with DVR as an Independent Living Counselor assisting people with disabilities in improving their lives. She has familiarity with T/ABI.


Veterans Conservation Corps Southwest WA

Olympia, WA

Phone: (360) 909-2999

http://www.dva.wa.gov/vet_conservation_corps.html

**There are branches throughout the state. The main mailing address is the one given above. Contact people differ. The mission of the Veterans Conservation Corps is to assist veterans by providing training and volunteer opportunities that help to restore and protect Washington state?s natural resources. Volunteer and Internship Opportunities Include: ? Stream Restoration & Monitoring ? Re-vegetation of Native Plants ? Restoration of Watersheds, Forests, Prairies or Native Grasslands ? Office or Clerical Duties ? Environmental or Community Education ? Other Protection or Restoration Activities Other aspects of the VCC program include Recruitment for Job Training and Traumatic Brain Injury. Through a grant from the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Commission we have contracted with a VCC TBI project coordinator who will educate Vet Corps members about TBI and how to form support groups within their sites.


Powerful Tools for Caregivers Des Moines

816 South 216th Street, Suite 1 Des Moines, WA, 98198

Phone: (425) 250-7045

http://www.eads-cares.org

National, Evidenced Based 6 week class teaching caregivers of adults and youth how to take care of themselves. Caregivers need not have loved ones enrolled in any EADS programs in order to be eligible. Onsite respite care provided for your loved one while you are taking class. Qualifying caregivers will be offered three individual counseling sessions. Sessions may also be purchased at $25.00 a session for qualifying caregivers. Additionally there is a program called Destinations which provides three hours of free respite care one Saturday a month. All programs are subject to capacity levels.


Elder & Adult Day Services Des Moines

816 South 216th Street, Suite 1 Des Moines, WA, 98198

Phone: (425) 250-7045

http://www.eads-cares.org

Elder and Adult Day Services (EADS) provides relief to caregivers by offering adult day health programs focused on frail seniors and adults with developmental and aquired cognitive disabilities, to include brain injured clients. EADS provides cost-effective, quality programs allow care-giving individuals, who choose to care for a loved one in a home setting, to maintain life balance. Structured activities, health and rehabilitation programs, and socialization are offered help adults in the community maintain optimum health and functional independence.


Easter Seals of Washington Jane's House Child Develoment Center

1101 S. 13th Avenue Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 574-4762

http://www.easterseals.com/washington/our-programs/childrens-services/janeshouse.html

Easter Seals Washington provides exceptional services to ensure that people with disabilities and families in need have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play. Their Child Development Centers support families in Washington State by providing the highest quality childcare and education for children with and without disabilities.


Eatonville Family Agency Adult Daycare

305 West Center Street Eatonville, WA, 98328

Phone: (360) 832-6805

http://www.eatonville-wa.gov/node/28

The Eatonville Family Agency provides programs and services in the 450 square mile Eatonville School. ADULT DAYCARE happens during Catholic Community Services Meal Program.


El Centro De La Raza Community and Building Development

2524 16th Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 957-4634

http://www.elcentrodelaraza.com/WhatWeDo/cbd.htm

This organization's mission is to unite communities of all races, genders, ages and classes to fight for civil and human rights both locally and globally. It offers the following programs: -Plaza Roberto Maestas -Low-Income & Transitional Housing -Immigration & Civil Rights Advocacy -Volunteerism -Social Justice & Cultural Events -Community Space -Commercial & Tenant Space -Economic Development


El Centro De La Raza Child and Youth Programs

2524 16th Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 957-4634

http://www.elcentrodelaraza.com/WhatWeDo/cyp.htm

This organization seeks to address the immediate needs of the children and youth in their community through the following: -José Martí Child Development Center -Luis Alfonso Velasquez After School Program -Roberto Maestas Youth Leadership Institute -College Readiness -Seattle Youth Violence Prevention -Hope for Youth Civil Rights History, Hip Hop & Poetry Classes -Youth Job Readiness Training -Parent-Child Home Program -Digital Connectors -Case Management -Summer Academic Bridge Program for Middle School Youth -Summer Youth Learning Program


El Centro De La Raza Human and Emergency Services

2524 16th Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 957-4634

http://www.elcentrodelaraza.org/

Seeking to address immediate aspects of human suffering such as hunger, healthcare and homelessness, the Frances Martinez Community Service Center provides diverse, bilingual human and emergency services. Programs include Crisis Advocacy, Senior Nutrition & Wellness, Comadres Women?s Group, Homeless Assistance, Food Bank and Basic Healthcare Plan.


El Centro De La Raza Education and Skill Building

2524 16th Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 957-4634

http://www.elcentrodelaraza.org/what-we-do/education-and-skill-building/

El Centro seeks to promote self-sufficiency and empowerment through bilingual education and skill building initiatives. Programs include Employment Assistance, Tax Preparation Site, Homeownership Education and Counseling, Financial Literacy, Life Skills & Job Readiness Education, and ESL & Citizenship Classes.


Enablemart

4210 E. Fourth Plain Blvd Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 695-4155

http://www.enablemart.com

Enablemart markets, promotes, and distributes innovative technology-based products and services that encourage independence, enhance productivity, and enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities.


EnTrust Community Services Yakima

1510 S. 36th Ave. Yakima, WA, 98909

Phone: (509) 453-4756

http://www.entrustcs.org/index.html

Since 1971, EnTrust Community Services (formerly Provident Horizon Group) has worked closely with the communities in Central Washington to offer a customer driven, community-based approach to helping people with barriers to employment, especially those with developmental disabilities improve their lives through education, training, employment, and involvement in the community. The EnTrust Adult Day Health (ADH) program is designed to serve adults with social, health, cognitive, physical and emotional needs. The primary goal of ADH is to maintain or improve the individual?s level of functioning for as long as possible, preventing or delaying further deterioration which allows the individual to remain in the family home and out of a nursing home. ADH makes a huge impact on the quality of life of the people we serve through our licensed health care staff and structured therapeutic activities, which are provided both for the developmentally disabled and the disabled elderly. EnTrust is nationally accredited through CARF.


Ida Culver House Broadview Health Care Center

12509 Greenwood Avenue N Seattle, Washington, 98133

Phone: (206) 368-3740

http://www.eraliving.com/communities/broadview

Ida Culver House Broadview Health Care Center is a Retirement Community, Skilled Nursing providing Occupational Therapy and Memory Support. They prefer residents age 65 and older.


Camp Patterson Day Camp

802 E Mukilteo Blvd Everett, WA, 98203

Phone: (425) 257-8369

http://www.everettwa.org/default.aspx?ID=1184

Camp Patterson offers a fun and enriching day camp experience for children 5 years and older, particularly those with developmental delays or physical challenges. Campers meet in age groups as they participate in swimming, arts & crafts, field trips, canoing, sports, music and special events.


Evergreen Elder Concierge

PO Box 39037 Lakewood, WA, 98496-3037

Phone: (253) 301-0361

http://www.evergreenconcierge.com/

Teresa & Deb are experienced, insured and bonded Certified Senior Advisors. They are personal assistants that can help with document organization, family communication, social coordination, well-being advocacy, banking/bill payment and personal planning. Well-being advocacy includes attending medical appointments if needed, assisting with navigating insurance, medical providers, and bills. They work in Pierce, Kitsap, South King & North Thurston counties.


Presbyterian Retirement Communities Northwest Exeter House

720 Seneca Street Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 622-1300

http://www.exeterhouse.org/

The Exeter House community features 78 Independent Living apartments and 26 Assisted Living apartments. Residents also have priority access to Skyline at First Hill's Medicare-certified Health Center with 32 skilled-nursing beds and the Memory Care center at The Terraces. Assisted Living apartments and have a customized program of supportive services designed for each individual.


Riverside Nursing & Rehab Center

1305 Alexander Street Centralia, WA, 98531

Phone: (360) 736-2823

http://www.extendicare.com

Full in-patient nursing care for adults only: 91 beds, activities (5-7 each day) in facility and community, store, religious services, TV, cable, phone and wi-fi. They specialize in neuro-re-education, ortho recovery therapies, have Accelerated Care Plus therapy modalities for speeding healing and retraining of nerves and muscles. They will soon have VitalStim, an SLP modality to speed recovery. They also have out-patient therapy which is accessable for individuals from elementary age and up.


Falcon Ridge Assisted Living

21202 International Blvd. SeaTac, WA, 98198

Phone: (206) 878-0900

http://www.falconridgeassistedliving.com/10.html

In addition to our beautiful newly restructured facilty, we have an experienced staff of healthcare professionals dedicated to providing excellent continuous physical and mental care in a relaxed family environment. People of all ages can have difficulty with activities of daily living. Physical or mental issues can adversely impact quality of life. Eating, dressing, using the bathroom, or moving around can be challenging. We provide a unique combination of housing, personalized supportive services, and healthcare for people with special needs. While providing a wide range of services to all residents, we have a special focus on mental and psychological well-being. In these days of world turmoil, we also strive to offer an attractive and stimulating home for younger residents with their greater needs for stimulus, learning, and communications. Apartments Meals Activities Transportation This facility has not been visited by us. They have no enforcement letters. No rooms available as of 9.24.2015


Family Resource Home Care- Bellevue

12835 Bel-Red Road Suite 219 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 455-2004

http://www.familyresourcehomecare.com

Family Resource Home Care provides non-medical assistance to help clients live at home comfortably and independently. Their caregivers are available for as little as 2 hours per week or up to providing continuous 24/7 care. Some services provided: ?Personal Care ?Meal planning and preparation ?Companion Care ?Errands, shopping and Transportation ?Housekeeping ?Geriatric Care Management ?Live-in Care ?Dementia/Alzheimer?s Care ?Transitional Care/Hospital to Home ?End of Life Care ?Skilled Nursing/Nurse Delegation ?Respite Care ?Chronic Care ?Neurological Care


Family Resource Home Care- Tacoma

1947 Dock St Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 761-8019

http://www.familyresourcehomecare.com

Family Resource Home Care provides non-medical assistance to help clients live at home comfortably and independently. Their caregivers are available for as little as 2 hours per week or up to providing continuous 24/7 care. Some services provided: ?Personal Care ?Meal planning and preparation ?Companion Care ?Errands, shopping and Transportation ?Housekeeping ?Geriatric Care Management ?Live-in Care ?Dementia/Alzheimer?s Care ?Transitional Care/Hospital to Home ?End of Life Care ?Skilled Nursing/Nurse Delegation ?Respite Care ?Chronic Care ?Neurological Care


Family-to-Family Health Information Center

6316 So. 12th St Tacoma, WA, 98465

Phone: (253) 565-2266

http://www.familyvoicesofwashington.com/

A program of PAVE, Family-to-Family Health Information Center (F2F HIC) helps families of children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) and the professionals who serve them. Resources to meet and finance chronic and complex health care needs are often challenging to find. They also offer individual counseling and group education on health care issues in your communities.


Sage

710 N Chelan Ave Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 663-7446

http://www.findsafety.org

Sage is the only DV shelter in two counties. It provides: Emergency Shelter Services for women and children; Medical Advocacy; Rape Crisis Services; Protection Orders;Therapeutic and Individual Counseling with Specialized Counselors; Support groups; Community education and Outreach; Crime Victim's Compensation. They also provide in house exams, support groups, help offenders, help tape child confessions of abuse or rape, and serve mothers with basic needs for their child. Their hotlines are: Domestic Violence 509-663-7446 Sexual Assault 509-888-HELP Child Advocacy Center 509-665-0164 Crime Victim & Trauma Center 800-614-5117 The Support Center 888-826-3221 Trauma Intervention Program 509-665-1302


Foss Home and Village

13023 Greenwood Ave. N Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 364-1300

http://www.fosscare.org/splash.aspx

Foss has grown with the needs of our community and now serves over 700 residents and their families each year through our four programs: Assisted Living, Short Term Rehabilitation, Long Term Nursing, Memory Care. They provide recreation, social services including mental health support, spiritual services, volunteers, physical and occupational therapy, speech pathology, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy and dietary management. The program is geared for older adults (80+), but they have had younger adults at the facility as appropriate. They have had experience in the past with brain injured clients and would consider them for admission on a case by case basis. They require two years out of pocket payment before they accept Medicaid.


Fred Lind Manor

1802 17th Ave Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 324-1632

http://www.fredlindmanor.com/

This non-profit senior living/assisted living facility offers support with the following activities of daily living: Medication management, Dressing, Escorting, Bathing,Grooming, Meal Prep and Routine safety checks. Residents can move into the independent living program and transition to assisted living if needed. They provide many opportunities for participation in activities and provide transportation for residents to appointments. BIAWA has not visited this facility.


Friends of the Carpenter

P.O. Box 65358 Vancouver, WA, 98660

Phone: (360) 750-4752

http://www.friendsofthecarpenter.org

Friends of the Carpenter is a faith-based organization that serves to empower and serve people with limited means. They offer a day drop-in shelter, volunteer projects and activities, bible study groups, veteran support groups, etc.


Full Life Care - Gaffney House

1605 17th Avenue Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 528-5315

http://www.fulllifecare.org/

One needs a primary diagnosis of dementia to be eligible for the location. Historical 14-bedroom home on Seattle?s Capitol Hill for people with memory loss who wish to remain in a neighborhood setting. Services include: nutritious, home-cooked meals, meal-time assistance, group and individual activities, medication assistance overseen by a registered nurse, housekeeping and laundry services, assistance with all levels of personal care, incontinence care, ambulation and transfer assistance, get-up and tuck-in help, and companionship and reassurance. Residences are staffed around the clock, and staff members are awake and available throughout the night. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks served throughout the day based on individual residents? needs and desires. All meals are home cooked. Activities include: adaptive physical exercises and sports, community outings, music therapy, art therapy, pet therapy, cooking/baking, and cognitive exercises.


Full Life Care Snohomish County Adult Day Health Center

2931 Rucker Avenue Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 355-1313

http://www.fulllifecare.org/

Full Life?s adult day health and respite services for seniors and adults with disabilities provide a break for caregivers while fostering the well-being and independence of their loved ones, preventing premature or unnecessary placement in a nursing home. Participants in their programs: Enjoy educational and recreational programs, participate in skilled rehabilitative and nursing therapies and develop peer friendships. Services also include support groups, case management, referral to psychiatric evaluation and treatment, toileting assistance and personal care, information and referral both within the agency and to community resources, general social work assistance, foot and wound care, and help arranging transportation. Breakfast and lunch are served (special diets are accommodated). Extended service hours are available.


Full Life Care South Seattle Adult Day Health Center

4712 35th Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 528-5315

http://www.fulllifecare.org/

Full Life?s adult day health and respite services for seniors and adults with disabilities provide a break for caregivers while fostering the well-being and independence of their loved ones, preventing premature or unnecessary placement in a nursing home. Participants in their programs: Enjoy educational and recreational programs, participate in skilled rehabilitative and nursing therapies and develop peer friendships. Services also include support groups, case management, referral to psychiatric evaluation and treatment, toileting assistance and personal care, information and referral both within the agency and to community resources, general social work assistance, foot and wound care, and help arranging transportation. Breakfast and lunch are served (special diets are accommodated). Extended service hours are available.


Full Life Care - Buchanan Place

4732 35th Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 528-5315

http://www.fulllifecare.org/

Requires a diagnosis of dimentia. 12-bedroom home, located in the heart of South Seattle?s Columbia City, for people with memory loss who wish to remain in a neighborhood setting. Located next door to our South Seattle Adult Day Health center. Services include: nutritious, home-cooked meals, meal-time assistance, group and individual activities, medication assistance overseen by a registered nurse, housekeeping and laundry services, assistance with all levels of personal care, incontinence care, ambulation and transfer assistance, get-up and tuck-in help, and companionship and reassurance. Residences are staffed around the clock, and staff members are awake and available throughout the night. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks served throughout the day based on individual residents? needs and desires. All meals are home cooked. Activities include: adaptive physical exercises and sports, community outings, music therapy, art therapy, pet therapy, cooking/baking, and cognitive exercises. One simple monthly fee covers room, board and all our services, with the exception of extensive staff escort and errand assistance. Payment options include Medicaid. Call intake coordinator for more information.


Full Life Care - North Seattle Adult Day Health Center

6555 Ravenna Avenue NE Seattle, WA, 98115

Phone: (206) 528-5315

http://www.fulllifecare.org/

Caring for a loved one can be challenging, especially when you?re juggling many other responsibilities. Full Life?s adult day health and respite services for seniors and adults with disabilities provide a break for you while fostering the well-being and independence of your loved one, preventing premature or unnecessary placement in a nursing home. Participants in our programs: Enjoy educational and recreational programs, including exercise and walking, that challenge minds, keep bodies moving and lift spirits Participate in skilled rehabilitative and nursing therapies to improve physical, social and cognitive functioning Develop peer friendships in a safe, disability-friendly environment Services also include support groups, case management, referral to psychiatric evaluation and treatment, toileting assistance and personal care, information and referral both within the agency and to community resources, general social work assistance, foot and wound care, and help arranging transportation. Meals are served (breakfast or lunch, depending on which program they attend; special diets are accommodated). Extended service hours are available. Specialized programs for participants with acquired brain injury, multiple sclerosis, developmental disabilities, and Alzheimer?s/dementia. They have a Traumatic Brain Injury group called Heads Up which is for ?Fostering Independence, Responsibility, and Integration into Community Life.? Adult clients who are younger than seniors feel more comfortable in this group which includes people in their 20?s Eligibility: Serves adults, 18 years of age and older, with physical, cognitive, social, psychiatric, or emotional impairments who require assistance to restore and maintain independence.


Full Life Care South King County Adult Day Health Center

7829 S 180th Street Kent, WA, 98032

Phone: (206) 528-5315

http://www.fulllifecare.org/

Full Life?s adult day health and respite services for seniors and adults with disabilities provide a break for caregivers while fostering the well-being and independence of their loved ones, preventing premature or unnecessary placement in a nursing home. Participants in their programs: Enjoy educational and recreational programs, participate in skilled rehabilitative and nursing therapies and develop peer friendships. Services also include support groups, case management, referral to psychiatric evaluation and treatment, toileting assistance and personal care, information and referral both within the agency and to community resources, general social work assistance, foot and wound care, and help arranging transportation. Breakfast and lunch are served (special diets are accommodated). Extended service hours are available.


The Gardens on University

414 S University Rd Spokane, WA, 99206

Phone: (509) 924-4650

http://www.gardensonuniversityskillednursing.com/

Skilled Nursing facility


Everett Care and Rehabilitation Center

1919 112th St. Sw Everett, WA, 98204

Phone: (425) 513-1600

http://www.genesishcc.com/Everett/services-amenities

The Center offers skilled nursing and rehabilitation therapy to adults of all ages who need short- or long-term care. Therapies include PT, OT, Speech, psychiatric, dental care, and much more. They also provide respite care for people whose primary, at-home caregiver is temporarily unavailable. In addition to a range of postacute care, rehabilitation and specialty medical services, they strive to meet the social needs of the patients and residents through recreational programs that include field trips, transportation to local businesses and special events.


Gibraltar Senior Living

10816 18th Ave E Tacoma, WA, 98445

Phone: (253) 537-5395

http://www.gibraltarseniorliving.com/

This facility is an assisted living for up to 50 residents. The facility provides 24hour nursing and supervision for those with mental health, dementia and physical disabilities


Gilda's Club Seattle

1400 Broadway Seattle, Washington, 98122

Phone: (206) 709-1400

http://www.gildasclubseattle.org/

Gilda's Club Seattle offers a broad, community-based program of social, emotional, and educational support for cancer survivors, their loved ones and friends that provides sustained support, education and resources on-site in the Seattle Clubhouse and off-site with collaborating partners. They offer a Five Core Component program that includes a variety of support services, educational opportunities, classes and workshops, social events, and resources and referral. Our program serves anyone touched by cancer across the cancer continuum -- from diagnosis, through treatment and post-treatment, survivorship, and bereavement, including children, teens, and whole families.


American Stroke Association South Sound

1142 Broadway Suite 120 Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 272-7854

http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Affiliate/Tacoma/Washington/Home_UCM_WSA042_AffiliatePage.jsp

The American Stroke Association is dedicated to prevention, diagnosis and treatment to save lives from stroke. They fund scientific research, help people better understand and avoid stroke, encourage government support, guide healthcare professionals and provide information to enhance the quality of life for stroke survivors. They are part of the American Heart Association.


Womens Hearth

920 W Second Ave Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 455-4249

http://www.help4women.org/programs/the-womens-hearth

The Women's Hearth is a safe, welcoming community that promotes growth and well being for women in need. Services are free. They provide access to basic needs such as showers, food and hygiene products. There are meeting and speakers along with access to resources and referrals for various social services, especially housing and mental health concerns. There is also a technology center where women have free access to computers.


Long Term Care Ombudsman

201 NE 73rd Street, Suite 201 Vancouver, WA, 98663

Phone: (360) 735-5720

http://www.helpingelders.org/long-term-care-ombudsman-program/

The Washington State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program protects and promotes quality of life for people living in licensed, long-term adult care facilities (e.g. adult family home, boarding home, nursing home). An ombudsman: Advocates for the rights of clients in adult care facilities; Works with clients, families and facility staff to meet the needs and concerns of the people living there; and Provides a way to get complaints and concerns heard and resolved. The following people can use the Ombudsman Program: residents living in a care facility and his/her relatives or friends; administrators and staff of an adult family home, boarding home or nursing home. Why would you contact them? A local ombudsman is an excellent resource for information and help and is a trusted resource in mediating complaints or concerns you may have about anyone living in an adult care facility. Call them if there is a problem you can?t resolve or you need another knowledgeable resource that works in the long-term care community. Find your local ombudsman office.


Senior Information and Assistance Cowlitz County

305 S Pacific Avenue, Suite B Kelso, WA, 98626

Phone: (360) 577-4929

http://www.helpingelders.org

Non-profit agency provided information & assistance CM to seniors and disabled adults for Cowlitz & Wakhiakum counties, home delivered meals, minor home modification, respite, family/caregiver support program, medicaid case management, senior personal care, kinship program. Involved with Aging and Longterm Care. Can provide long term case management services for qualifying clients.


Senior Information and Assistance Klickitat County

501 NE Washington White Salmon, WA, 98672

Phone: (509) 493-3068

http://www.helpingelders.org

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance Wahkiakum County

510 B Allen St. Kelso, WA, 98626

Phone: (360) 577-4929

http://www.helpingelders.org

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance Skamania County

SW 710 Rock Creek Drive Stevenson, WA, 98648

Phone: (509) 427-3990

http://www.helpingelders.org

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Helpline Walla Walla

1520 Kelly Place Suite 180 Walla Walla, WA, 99362

Phone: (509) 529-3377

http://www.helplineww.org

The following services are provided on a case-by-case basis depending on need and resources available. All assistance is determined through one-on-one interviews in our office. They do not determine eligibility over the phone. Direct Assistance: ? Utilities ? to prevent shut-off ? Non-narcotic prescriptions ? Valley Transit Bus Passes ? ?Barriers to Employment? ? Veterans relief services ? Personal hygiene items ? Food pantry ? Clothing, bedding & other household items Screening & referral vouchers: ? Food bank card ? Clothing ? Eye care assistance ? Furniture & household items ? Transportation (medical & work related) ? Urgent dental & medical services ? Canine Spay & Neuter Referral services: ? Mental health counseling ? Substance abuse counseling and recovery ? Pro-bono legal services ? Infant care & needs ? Worksource employment services ? Financial education ? Housing ? Pathways Home ? Other programs and services to meet identified client needs


Home Attendant Care

1316 King St. Ste. 1 Bellingham, WA, 98229

Phone: (360) 734-3849

http://www.homeattendantcare.com/

Home Attendant Care offers 12 -24 hr. care including bath and personal care visits, transportation and respite care.


Home Care Assistance

219 Bellevue Way NE Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (425) 453-1015

http://www.homecareassistanceseattle.com

Home Care Assistance is a concierge non-medical, in-home care company that serves greater King County. Their caregivers can help with meal preparation, light housekeeping,laundry, transportation, companionship, medication reminders, bathing and grooming assistance and much more.


Home Care Services

1206 N. Dolarway Rd Ste 217 Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 962-6242

http://www.homecareservices.us.com/services.php

Professional services available 24 hours a day/7 day a week. Services include houskeeping, errarnds/appointments, bathing, dressing, meals, transferring, respite care, nursing care and more.


Home Instead

1217 Cooper Pt. Rd. SW Ste. 8 Olympia, WA, 98502

Phone: (360) 570-0049

http://www.homeinstead.com/pages/home.aspx

Also known as South Sound Senior Care internationally, this organization offers companionship, personal and home helper services.


Hope Therapeutic Riding Center

819 Camano Avenue Langley, Washington, 98260

Phone: (360) 221-7656

http://www.hope-whidbey.org/contact.htm

Hope Therapeutic Riding Center provides horseback riding to children and adults with disabilities. Equine-assisted activities and therapy are activities with equine friends designed specifically to benefit people with special challenges. HOPE?s instructors are trained not only for their horsemanship skills but also for their knowledge of disabilities and how to design sessions which specifically benefit each student?s special challenges. At HOPE, we take a broad view of ?special challenges? as including not only recognized physical, emotional and cognitive challenges but also social challenges such as difficulties with social skills, sadness from family trauma such as divorce, or a challenging background such as children learning to be happy in foster homes after losing parents


IRG Performance

4220 132nd St. SE Mill Creek, WA, 98223

Phone: (424) 338-9637 Ext. 1041

http://www.irgpt.com/clinic/performance/

Whatever your sport, our strength and conditioning specialists, trainers and massage therapists at IRG Performance will help you become stronger, more injury resistant and quicker than ever! Adult Performance Athletic Training Sports Performance


Jewish Family Service

1601 16th Avenue Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 461-3240

http://www.jfsseattle.org/

Jewish Family Service provides professional social services to individuals in the local Jewish and secular communities. Services Include Administrative Offices, Aging & Adult Programs, Alternatives to Addiction, Counseling Services, Emergency Services & Food Bank, Endless Opportunities, Family Life Education, Project DVORA(DV services for Jewish couples), Youth & Children?s Services and Volunteer Services.


Seattle Association for Jews with Disabilities

1625 19th Avenue Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 709-8229

http://www.jfsseattle.org/sajd.html

Seattle Association for Jews with Disabilities works with people with cognitive disabilities providing such services as supported living services for adults with developmental disabilities, persistent mental illness and brain injuries, case management, pre-vocational services (including independent living skills for DVR customers), training in life skills needed to keep individuals in their homes, non-medical in-home care and leisure support, and also disability friendly access to worship. Membership in the Jewish community is not necessary to be eligible for these services.


Jewish Family Service for Children and Youth

1601 16th Avenue Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 461-3240

http://www.jfsseattle.org/youth.html

JFS offers social services through the following programs: Alternatives to Addiction, Big Pals/Little Pals, Counseling, Domestic Violence, Family Life Education, Groups & Workshops, Jewish Foster Care Support, Summer Camp Scholarships, and Resources. JFS collaborates with a wide variety of community organizations who provide a multitude of services for children and youth. It is not necessary to be of the Jewish faith to access these services.


Judson Park Retirement Community

23600 Marine View Drive South Des Moines, WA, 98198

Phone: (206) 824-4000

http://www.judsonpark.com/

We have not visited this retirement community. They have enforcement letters.


Tri Cities Support Group

1268 Lee Blvd Richland, WA, 99352

http://www.kadlec.org/knrc

1st Wednesday of each month, 3 to 4 pm


King County Caregiver Support Program

9725 3rd Ave NE Suite 300 Seattle, WA, 98115

Phone: (206) 436-2975

http://www.kccaregiver.org/

King County Caregiver Support Program provides consultation, emotional support, advocacy, emergency respite, long-term ongoing respite, mental health counseling, cash for specific purchases, caregiver training, information and referral to ease the burden of unpaid adult caregivers of adult family members who are ill, frail or disabled. Care recipient may be living with the caregiver, independently, or in a residential facility or group home. Emergency respite care is for caregivers with few resources, experiencing stress or an inability to continue to provide care, and consists of a one-time free total of 24 hours to be used over the period of a month.


King County EMS fall prevention program

401 5th Ave. Suite 1200 Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 263-8544

http://www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/ems/community/OneStepAhead.aspx

If a client meets the following criteria, a King County EMS fall prevention specialist may provide free patient and environmental assessments. Criteria are: Client must live in King County; Be 65 years and older; Preferably low income to receive free safety devices; Living independently and low income (Not in nursing homes/assisted living facilities, SHAG, HUD or KC/Seattle Housing, senior housing facilities or public housing facilities); Client must be ambulatory and fallen in the past 6 months and called 9-1-1; Clients must NOT have Alzheimer's or dementia.


Kin On Community Health Center

4416 S Brandon St Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 721-3630

http://www.kinon.org/

Kin On is an award-winning skilled nursing and long-term care provider committed to maximizing the quality of life for Asian seniors and families in Greater Seattle. Kin On brings culturally and linguistically appropriate long-term care services to the Asian elderly community through: Kin On Health Care Center- 24-hour skilled nursing facility with 100 beds Transitional Care ? short-term stay for patients transitioning from the hospital back home Community Care Network of Kin On Home Care ? in-home assistance with personal hygiene, daily living and housework Home Health ? in-home rehabilitation and skilled nursing care Hospice Services - end-of-life comfort care Social Services including Alzheimer?s & Dementia Support, Family Caregiver Support, Chronic Care Management Resources and Community Education


Caroline Kline Galland Home

7500 Seward Park Ave So. Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 725-8800

http://www.klinegalland.org/gallandHome.html

The Caroline Kline Galland Home is a 205-bed, state-of-the-art, skilled nursing facility located on the shores of Lake Washington. Fully licensed and recognized as one of the finest skilled nursing facilities in the country, the Home provides a full complement of medical services, enhanced social, religious and cultural programs, strictly kosher meals and a loving Jewish environment.


Summit at First Hill

1200 University St Suite 100 Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 652-4444

http://www.klinegalland.org/summit.html

The Summit at First Hill has 30 beds which provide Enhanced Adult Residential Care, Adult Residential Care and Assisted Living with most residents being in their 80s. As of 12.01.2013 they had no enforcement letters and had a wait list of 4. Programs and services are all designed to promote good health, with a smoke free environment (even out of doors) and access to kosher meals.


Korean Women's Association Sequim

441 W Washington St. Ste A Sequim, WA, 98382

Phone: (360) 582-1647

http://www.kwacares.org/

The Korean Women?s Association (KWA) of Washington provides services to people of many cultures and nationalities. Its special expertise is as providers of multi-cultural, multi-lingual services to people in need. Services include home care, senior meal sites, breast cancer navigator program, basic food education & outreach, low-income housing, domestic violence assistance, senior day care, and the center for citizenship and immigration services (CCIS).


Korean Women's Association's Senior Day Care

125 East 96th Street Tacoma, WA, 98445

Phone: (253) 535-4202

http://www.kwacares.org/services/senior-day-care/

KWA?s Senior Day Care has been recognized nationally as one of the most outstanding programs for ethnic-based senior day care centers and serves over 7,500 clients each year. Populations served include Korean, Samoan, Hawaiian, Filipino and Japanese. Social Services Social services offered at the senior day care include: Daily supervision Snacks & lunch Education & skill development activities (reading, arts, crafts, dancing and singing) Therapeutic exercises (walks, rolling a ball, stretching, etc.) Interactive games musical videos guest presentations Peer mentoring Health promotion screenings Information and referrals Transportation services Vital signs check Hair care Home visits Counseling


Lutheran Community Services Northwest

4040 South 188th Seatac, Washington, 98188

Phone: (206) 901-1685

http://www.lcsnw.org/

The programs of Lutheran Community Services Northwest are tailored to address specific needs in each of the communities they serve. Their caring, professional staff provide a broad range of services to adults, teens, children, families, schools, congregations, businesses and communities. Services include: Behavioral health, community support, child welfare, senior and disability services


Lutheran Community Services Mullticultural Community Services

3600 Main Street, Suite 200 Vancouver, WA, 98663

Phone: (360) 694-5624

http://www.lcsnw.org/index.html

This service offers Crime Victim's Services, Immigration Counseling and Advocacy Services, Refugee Resettlement Services, English as a Second Language Classes, Citizenship Classes and Legal Assistance, and Elderly Services.


Lutheran Community Services Crime Victim's Service

3600 Main Street, Suite 200 Vancouver, WA, 98663

Phone: (360) 694-5624

http://www.lcsnw.org/vancouver/crimevictimservice.html

This service provides advocacy, referral, and information services for all residents of Clark, Wahkiakum, or Cowlitz Counties, who are victims of crime. These free services are provided 24/7 regardless of immigration status or whether the crime has been reported to law enforcement. Interpretation services are available.


LifeSPAN

1801 130th Avenue N.E. Suite 220 Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 883-9867

http://www.lifespan-wa.org

Through workshops, seminars, mutual family mentoring, personal support network facilitation and a lifetime commitment, LifeSPAN offers the opportunity to make a plan now, supported by staff and other families as needed. The organization presently serves individuals with either Develpmental Disability or Cerebral Palsy and is open to other types of disabilities as well. Hours of operation vary. They are in-office for a non-specified amount of time on Mondays and Saturdays, but check their voicemail during the week.


Lifespan Respite Washington

11627 Airport Road Suite B Everett, WA, 98204

Phone: (425) 740-3788

http://www.lifespanrespitewa.org

Respite care provides a period of relief or rest for unpaid caregivers who are not receiving respite care from another source (such as the Family Caregiver Support Program or Department of Developmental Disabilities respite services--though they could be on a wait list and still be eligible for Lifespan Respite) while short term care is provided to the individual with special needs. This service is provided regardless of age, income, disability type, or ethnic/cultural background. Respite may be provided in home or outside of the home. There are a limited number of vouchers; you may use this program only once a year.


Literacy Source

720 N 35th St Suite 103 Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 782-2050

http://www.literacysource.org/

Literacy Source is a Community Learning Center providing learner-centered instruction to adults in English literacy and basic life skills. They offer Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language (ESL) tutoring and conversation classes, computer literacy, workplace skills, citizenship and civics classes, and an individualized adult high school diploma program.


Living in Comfort Adult Family Home

1021 Bell St. Edmonds, WA, 98020

Phone: (206) 920-5320

http://www.livingincomfortafh.com/

24 hour awake staff Emebet provides the cooking and is on site 24 hours. Provides transportation.


Senior Information and Assistance Lewis County

1651 S. Market Blvd. Chehalis, WA, 98532

Phone: (360) 748-2288

http://www.lmtaaa.org

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance Lewis Country

1651 S. Market Blvd. Chehalis, WA, 98532

Phone: (360) 748-2288

http://www.lmtaaa.org

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance Mason County

628 W Alder St Shelton, WA, 98584

Phone: (360) 748-2288

http://www.lmtaaa.org

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Crime Victims Compensation Program

7273 Linderson Way SW Tumwater, WA, 98501

http://www.lni.wa.gov/claimsins/crimevictims/about/default.asp

This program helps victims with the many costs associated with violent crime. The program provides financial compensation to crime victims for such expenses as medical bills, loss of financial support, and funeral expenses.


Madigan Army Medical Center Neuropsychology Service

9040 Fitzsimmons Drive Tacoma, WA, 98431

Phone: (253) 968-2700

http://www.mamc.amedd.army.mil/

Assess for cognitive disfunction related to TBI and dementia. Specializes in Unique and rare disorders, medically unexplained syndromes, supporting exams for return to work, driving, long-term insurance applications, etc.


Army Wounded Warrior Program

9059 Gardner Loop Rd. Tacoma, WA, 98431

Phone: (253) 966-4200

http://www.mamc.amedd.army.mil/wtb/

The Wounded Warrior Program is available to active duty Army personnel. They offer services to assist soldiers and their family members with medical, psychological and job transitioning challenges.


Madigan Army Medical Center Traumatic Brain Injury Program

Tacoma, WA, 98431

Phone: (253) 968-0606

http://www.mamc.amedd.army.mil/

Multi disciplinary organization specialty and sub specialty to TBI behavioral health service


Devoted Heart Adult Family Home

208 N Tacoma Blvd. Pacific, WA, 98047

Phone: (253) 876-4294

http://www.manta.com/c/mx45vq1/devoted-heart-adult-family-home

Private Pay $4,500 per month


Greater Maple Valley Community Center

22010 SE 248th Street Maple Valley, WA, 98038

Phone: (425) 432-1272

http://www.maplevalleycc.org

This community center offers services such as day hikes, a teen drop-in center, toddler day care programs, programs for seniors, housing assistance, discounted meals and many other opportunities, the community center serves to enrich the community through quality human services and social activities. Their service area includes Maple Valley, Hobart, Ravensdale and unincorporated King County within the Tahoma school district (90 square miles). Activities and support services are provided both on and off site and the scope of programming is intergenerational - serving families, youth and senior adults.


Merril Gardens at Northgate

11501 15th Ave NE Seattle, WA, 98125

Phone: (206) 362-7250

http://www.merrillgardens.com/senior_living/Seattle_WA/zip_98125/merrill_gardens/3291

Merril Gardens provides both Independent Living and Assisted Living Programs. Assisted Living Services include: Bathing, Dressing, Grooming, Toileting, Medication Management, Escorts to Meals and Activities and Safety Checks. As a part of the assisted living care program, staff are in frequent contact with families, physicians, counselors or therapists.


Adaptive Recreation Metro Parks Tacoma

4702 S 19th St Tacoma, Washington, 98405

Phone: (253) 404-3955

http://www.metroparkstacoma.org/adaptive/

Metro Parks Tacoma Adaptive Recreation Programs provide recreational, social, and athletic opportunities for people with physical disabilities along with their friends, and their families.


Monarch Transitions

P.O. Box 8246 Tacoma, WA, 98419

Phone: (253) 507-3398

http://www.monarchtransitions.com/

Monarch Transitions is a senior move management company servicing Tacoma, Pierce County, and South King County. Tina and her team help plan and prepare for moving (including floor plans for the new place, decluttering/downsizing), coordinating the move day, helping with unpacking and organization, and other specialized services. Free initial consultation to discuss options.


MultiCare Adult Day Health Center

6442 So Yakima Ave Tacoma, WA, 98408

Phone: (253) 459-7222

http://www.multicare.org/home/adult-day-health

The MultiCare Adult Day Health Center is a community-based program that helps participants continue to live as independently as possible. We strive to help people stay in the highest level of independent living for as long as possible and give them and their caregivers options and hope. We offer a supportive, compassionate environment committed to fulfilling the goals of the participant and their family: ?Regaining or maintaining their independence?Maintaining or improving functional mobility ?Managing chronic conditions ?Providing companionship and activities for those who would be too isolated at home ?Offering support, peace of mind and respite for caregivers ?Advocacy for community and social services


Evergreen Court

900 124th Ave NE Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 455-4333

http://www.myevergreencourt.com/

This facility has enforcement letters. They are full and have a wait list of 30+ people as of December 2013. We have not visited them.


New Bethlehem Project

11920 NE 80th St Kirkalnd, WA, 98033

Phone: (425) 679-0350

http://www.nbpshelter.org/

New Bethlehem is a Day Center to serve families with children experiencing homelessness on the Eastside. The Day Center will provide a warm, safe place for families to stay during the day and provide meals, showers, laundry, computer access and connection to employment, housing and case management services, while offering volunteers many opportunities to serve.


45th Street Homeless Youth Clinic

1629 N 45th St. Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 633-7650

http://www.neighborcare.org/programs/homeless-youth-clinic

The 45th Street Homeless Youth Clinic services are for youth and young adults (ages 12-23) who are currently homeless. Services available include Medical care, acupuncture, mental health counseling, drug and alcohol counseling, HIV counseling, dental care (some Thursdays), yoga classes, naturopathy, meditation, massage, health education, social service referrals and outreach.


New Option Elderly Care

520 S 18th St. Renton, WA, 98055

Phone: (425) 207-8120

http://www.newoptionelderlycare.com/

This is an Adult Family Home that serves an older population, but does have experience and the desire to work with people who have had a brain injury. It is a 6-Bed facility with around the clock staff available, and has the ability to work with short-term needs all the way to hospice. Services include: Routine personal care; Hygiene assistance; Experienced staff trained to provide Dementia, Parkinson, Diabetes and Hospice Care; Activities program provided to meet the personal preference and abilities of the resident; Laundry and Cleaning; Three home cooked meals, snacks and beverage as needed; Special diets can be accommodated if needed; Medication assistance in accordance with Washington State regulation for Adult Family Homes.


Next Level Assistive Technology

12811 NW 29th Court Vancouver, WA, 98685

Phone: (360) 326-8031

http://www.nextlevelat.com

Next Level Assistive Technology specializes in technology solutions for those with visual impairments and learning disabilities. Clients can access different assistive technologies from the website and order from there.


Birch Creek Career Center

13111 SE 274th St., Ste. 226 Kent, WA, 98030

Phone: (253) 277-1667

http://www.nhwa.org/

Birch Creek Career Center, a Family and Social Services Center, provides access to Neighborhood House's comprehensive and culturally appropriate services. They offer everything from case management to transportation.


Nikkei Manor

700 6th Ave S Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 423-1806

http://www.nikkeiconcerns.org/nikkeimanor.html

This is an Assisted Living Facility in Seattle. Services include three meals a day, laundry, housekeeping, and linen service, assistance with 1-2 showers per week, assistance with dressing and grooming, daily activities, utilities (excludes phone and cable), and regular maintenance upkeep. Additional services are available to meet individual needs and preferences.


Nisqually Elders Program

12649 Yelm Highway Yelm, WA, 98513

Phone: (360) 456-5221

http://www.nisqually-nsn.gov/

Nisqually Elders Program is supporting unpaid caregivers, providing support services and referrals to outside agencies, education, provides free meals to seniors, and peer support. Their Elders Program, serve lunch and provide activities for Elders 55 and older.


Northaven II Assisted Living

531 NE 112th At Seattle, WA, 98125

Phone: (206) 362-8077

http://www.northaven.com/

This facility allows for independent living for seniors and also an assisted living program for those who need it. One fee covers board and room, housekeeping, RN case management, medication management, laundry service, shower assistance, bed making, dressing and grooming assistance, incontinence management and basic foot care.


Northshore Senior Center

10201 East Riverside Drive Bothell, WA, 98011

Phone: (425) 487-2441

http://www.northshoreseniorcenter.org/

Northshore Senior Center is committed to serving the full spectrum of seniors, from the healthy, active senior who wants to use a lifetime of skills and experience to make a difference in our community through volunteering to the frail elder who requires assistance meeting the needs of daily life.


Aaron?s Place Bothell

720 328 St SE Bothell, WA, 98021

Phone: (206) 526-2493

http://www.northwestchild.org/locations/21-and-over/aarons-place-bothell

Aaron?s Place is an adult day program which assists the disabled individual in being an active part of their community, work on vocational and independent living skills, socialize with peers, and be in a safe nurturing environment while their family members are away. Private pay available as well. Outside of the hours listed here, they do provide respite at sites or in home. They would do a weekend respite to help the caregiving family get away.


Aaron?s Place Kirkland

315 3rd Ave S Kirkland, WA, 98033

Phone: (206) 526-2493

http://www.northwestchild.org/locations/21-and-over/aarons-place-kirkland

Aaron?s Place is an adult day program which assists the disabled individual in being an active part of their community, work on vocational and independent living skills, socialize with peers, and be in a safe nurturing environment while their family members are away. Private pay available as well. Outside of the hours listed here, they do provide respite at sites or in home. They would do a weekend respite to help the caregiving family get away.


Aaron?s Place Seattle

2400 11th Ave E Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 526-2493

http://www.northwestchild.org/locations/21-and-over/aarons-place-seattle

Aaron?s Place is an adult day program which assists the disabled individual in being an active part of their community, work on vocational and independent living skills, socialize with peers, and be in a safe nurturing environment while their family members are away. Private pay available as well. Outside of the hours listed here, they do provide respite at sites or in home. They would do a weekend respite to help the caregiving family get away.


Numotion Tacoma

11106 25th Ave East, Ste A Tacoma, WA, 98445-5300

Phone: (253) 830-2020

http://www.numotion.com/about-numotion/

Numotion specializes in providing mobility solutions for individuals with complex medical mobility limitations. They sell wheelchairs, scooters and other mobility equipment. Professionals on staff should be available to answer questions and help clients through the application and insurance review process.


Numotion Vancouver

1301 NE 144th Street, Suite 118 Vancouver, WA, 98685-1478

Phone: (360) 993-8660

http://www.numotion.com/about-numotion/

Numotion specializes in providing mobility solutions for individuals with complex medical mobility limitations. They sell wheelchairs, scooters and other mobility equipment. Professionals on staff should be available to answer questions and help clients through the application and insurance review process.


Numotion Seattle

1415 Elliott Ave W Seattle, WA, 98119-3104

Phone: (206) 204-3330

http://www.numotion.com/about-numotion/

Numotion specializes in providing mobility solutions for individuals with complex medical mobility limitations. They sell wheelchairs, scooters and other mobility equipment. Professionals on staff should be available to answer questions and help clients through the application and insurance review process.


Numotion Walla Walla

1622 Plaza Way Walla Walla, WA, 99362-4325

Phone: (509) 526-0318

http://www.numotion.com/about-numotion/

Numotion specializes in providing mobility solutions for individuals with complex medical mobility limitations. They sell wheelchairs, scooters and other mobility equipment. Professionals on staff should be available to answer questions and help clients through the application and insurance review process.


Numotion Lynnwood

19019 36th Avenue West, Ste. E Lynnwood, WA, 98036-5713

Phone: (425) 673-6191

http://www.numotion.com/about-numotion/

Numotion specializes in providing mobility solutions for individuals with complex medical mobility limitations. They sell wheelchairs, scooters and other mobility equipment. Professionals on staff should be available to answer questions and help clients through the application and insurance review process.


Numotion Spokane

423 E. Cleveland Ave. Suite E & F Spokane, WA, 99207-2008

Phone: (509) 484-6720

http://www.numotion.com/about-numotion/

Numotion specializes in providing mobility solutions for individuals with complex medical mobility limitations. They sell wheelchairs, scooters and other mobility equipment. Professionals on staff should be available to answer questions and help clients through the application and insurance review process.


Senior Information and Assistance Skagit County

1650 Port Drive Burlington, WA, 98233

Phone: (360) 428-1301

http://www.nwrcwa.org/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Southeast Washington Aging and Long Term Care Lopez Island

4102 Fisherman Bay Road Lopez, WA, 98261

Phone: (360) 468-2421

http://www.nwrcwa.org/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Aging and Disability Resources Whatcom County

600 Lakeway Drive Suite 100 Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 738-2500

http://www.nwrcwa.org/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance Grays Harbor County

2700 Simpson Avenue Suite 205 Aberdeen, WA, 98520

Phone: (360) 532-0520

http://www.o3a.org/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance Sequim Office

411 W. Washington Sequim, WA, 98382

Phone: (360) 452-3221

http://www.o3a.org/

This service offers help for adults sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult by providing help to plan and find transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care services and programs; explore long term care payment options and review benefits eligibility;housing, health care insurance and prescription drug options; legal issues information, and referrals for legal advice. The Sequim Office (Clallam) comprise direct service provision staff, and senior management for Information and Assistance, Care Management, Family Caregiver Support, Nursing Services and Information Technology.


Senior Information and Assistance Raymond Office

430 3rd Street Raymond, WA, 98577

Phone: (360) 942-2177

http://www.o3a.org/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options;get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice. The Olympic Area Agency on Aging (O3A) serves as a safe entry-point for information and assistance for Seniors and adults with disabilities in Grays Harbor, Pacific, Clallam and Jefferson Counties. We can explore your options, answer your questions (or find the answers!), and help you to get linked with the right services for you. O3A is a public agency that coordinates a network of in-home and community services and supports to assist older adults and adults with disabilities in your four-county area.


Senior Information and Assistance Long Beach Office

430 3rd Street Raymond, WA, 98577

Phone: (360) 642-3634

http://www.o3a.org/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance Forks Office

481 5th Avenue Forks, WA, 98331

Phone: (360) 374-9496

http://www.o3a.org/

This service offers help for adults sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult by providing help to plan and find transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care services and programs; explore long term care payment options and review benefits eligibility;housing, health care insurance and prescription drug options; legal issues information, and referrals for legal advice. This Forks office in the west end of Clallam County) serves as a satellite office for Senior Information and Assistance (I&A) and Care Management Program staff.


Senior Information and Assistance Jefferson County

915 Sheridan Street Suite 202 Port Townsend, WA, 98368

Phone: (360) 385-2552

http://www.o3a.org/

Local offices throughout Washington State can help you plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Eldercare Resources of Olympia

4620 John Luhr Rd. NE Olympia, WA, 98516

Phone: (360) 789-8364

http://www.olympiaeldercare.com/

Eldercare Resources of Olympia provides client-centered, geriatric care management services.


Outdoors for All Foundation

6344 NE 74th St Suite 102 Seattle, WA, 98115

Phone: (206) 838-6030

http://www.outdoorsforall.org

The Outdoors for All Foundation is a national leader and one of the largest nonprofit organizations providing year round instruction in outdoor recreation for people with physical, developmental, and sensory disabilities since 1978. We now offer recreation opportunities for over 2,000 participants a year. Programs include skiing, hiking, kayaking, cycling, snowshoeing, snowboarding, rock climbing, river rafting, cross-country skiing, water skiing, canoeing, Day Camps, Custom Events, FREE Demo Days, Paralympics Training Program, SKIHAWKS Racing Team, private recreation lessons, assessments and rental equipment.


Owings & Associates

1201 Pacific Ave, Ste 600 Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (206) 248-3090

http://www.owingsassociates.com/index.htm

Owings & Associates, Inc. has been in practice providing rehabilitation counseling services since 1983. The majority of their cases are referred by both plaintiff and defense attorneys. Due to a large volume of cases involving individuals with cognitive impairments, they consider the provision of rehabilitation counseling services to these individuals a subspecialty. In addition to rehabilitation counseling, they also provide life care planning services for cases involving individuals with cognitive impairments as well as for other individuals on a case by case basis. Services Include: Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling Expert Witness Testimony Vocational Testing Life Care Planning Case Management


Park Place Assisted Living

6900 37th Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 722-7275

http://www.parkplaceassistedliving.org/RHFCMS/CommunityMarketView.aspx?id=111

This is an assisted living facility in Seattle that features 111 apartments. They do have a few reduced fee apartments for those on Medicaid. Amenities here include: Weekly housekeeping and assistance with laundry if desired; Emergency call systems and 24-hour staffing; Assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming and medication monitoring available as needed; Local scheduled transportation to medical appointments and shopping; Recreational activities including music, shopping and fun outings; Beauty and barber shop, library, game room, gift shop and fitness center with equipment on site.


Presbyterian Retirement Communities Northwest Park Shore

1630 43rd Avenue E Seattle, WA, 98112

Phone: (206) 329-0770

http://www.prcn.net/park-shore/contact

Park Shore offers Independent Living, Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing capabilities within their retirement community. A specialized plan is created for each individual depending on personal requirements and levels of need.


Living Court Assisted Living Community

2229 Jensen Street Enumclaw, WA, 98022

Phone: (360) 825-0280

http://www.prestigecare.com/assisted.php?id=55

We have not visited this facility. As of December 2013 they were full. They have no enforcement letters.


PROVAIL Computer Groups

12550 Aurora Ave North Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 363-7303

http://www.provail.org/

PROVAIL is one of the state's largest private, multi-service agencies dedicated to expanding the opportunities for children and adults with all types of disabilities to live, work, and fully participate in the communities of their choice. The Assistive Technology department has small (3-6 people) "Computer Groups" at their computer lab, where 3-6 people with disabilities meet for 90 minute sessions. Adaptive equipment and support are available. Some people use this as a social opportunity to game.


PROVAIL Assistive Technology

12550 Aurora Ave North Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 363-7303

http://www.provail.org/

PROVAIL is one of the state's largest private, multi-service agencies dedicated to expanding the opportunities for children and adults with all types of disabilities to live, work, and fully participate in the communities of their choice. They provide outpatient clinical services including assessment for and training on assistive technology. The Assistive Technology department has small (3-6 people) "Computer Groups" at their computer lab, where 3-6 people with disabilities meet for 90 minute sessions. Adaptive equipment and support are available. Some people use this as a social opportunity to game.


Seattle BrainWorks

12700 Aurora Ave N Suite C Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 457-4841

http://www.provail.org/seattle-brainworks

The Clubhouse mission is to empower survivors of brain injury to relearn skills and create strategies that will help them reintegrate as happy and successful members of the community. Members and staff work side by side to operate the Clubhouse assisting members to transition from being "patients" to again being active participants in life. Members must be 18 years or older and able to care for themselves (toileting, feeding) or have a caregiver attend with them. They may still be engaged in a school program while attending the Clubhouse. 9-3 is a work ordered member driven day. There are some social programs later in the day. The Clubhouse is part of the International Brain Injury Clubhouse Association and adheres to their standards. When the Clubhouse feels that a client is ready to work, they connect them with DVR and then provide DVR funded services to the client.


Providence St Joseph Care Center

17 E 8th Avenue Spokane, WA, 99202

Phone: (509) 474-5678

http://www.providence.org

Providence St Joseph Care Center is located on the campus of Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children's Hospital. The facility is a 162-bed licensed skilled nursing facility with one of the highest patient acuity levels in the state. In 2009 Providence Transitional Care unit was added. It is designed specifically for short-term rehabilitation for patients as they transition from the hospital and then to their homes. It offers a contemporary setting, private rooms and state-of-the-art therapy services


Parklane Adult Family Home

34628 14TH PL SW Federal Way, WA, 98023

Phone: (253) 838-1702

http://www.providerdata.com/federal-way-wa/223436/parklane-adult-family-home.aspx

6 bed Adult Family Home


VA Puget Sound Hlth Care System American Lake

9600 Veteran's Drive Tacoma, WA, 98493

Phone: (253) 582-5440

http://www.pugetsound.med.va.gov

Provides health care from acute to outpatient clinics for Veterans throughout the Puget Sound region. They provide psychiatric treatment programs as well as treatment needed as results of war, such as PTSD, Brain Injury, other


Veterans Administration Puget Sound Health Care System Seattle/Tacoma divisions

1660 S. Columbian Way Seattle, WA, 98108

http://www.pugetsound.va.gov/services/rehabcare.asp

Inpatient and outpatient medical services including surgical and psychiatric needs. Referral sevices also available.


Salvation Army Senior Activity Center

4009 9th St SW Puyallup, WA, 98373

Phone: (253) 841-1491 , Ext. 210

http://www.puyallup.salvationarmynw.org/puyallup/senior_activity_center

This day senior center provides an adult day program that also takes TBI clients.


Queen Anne Manor

100 Crockett Street Seattle, WA, 98109

Phone: (206) 282-5001

http://www.queenannemanor.com/

Queen Anne Manor is located in a charming light filled European style building at the top of Queen Anne. They provide a spectrum of care from private independent or assisted living apartments with shower and kitchenette, through private rooms with shared living spaces for those needing more supervision including memory care with secured environments for those who wander, assistance with communication and prompting. All residents receive three meals, linen and personal laundry, weekly housekeeping, and there are activities and entertainment for those who are interested. They cannot take individuals needing skilled nursing care such as those with ventilators or PEG. They can do a single person transfer. Nurses in the building and on call 24/7. Non smoking community, inside and outside, both. This facility has not been visited by us. They have served individuals with Brain Injury and can provide a high level of care.


Hay

Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 556-2413

http://www.redmond.gov

Kent Hay is Homeless Outreach Specialist in Redmond WA.


Regency Newcastle

7454 Newcastle Golf Club Road Newcastle, WA, 98059

Phone: (425) 453-1508

http://www.regencynewcastle.com/

Regency Newcastle is a new independent and assisted living community which includes memory care and skilled nursing care options as well. They are the recipients of the 2011 Award for Innovation: -- recognized for creating the most innovative activity-health-fitness-wellness (including on-site rehab) program in the United States! This senior living facility has not been visited by us. They have enforcement letters.


Reid Case Management

100 West Harrison St. N450 Seattle, WA, 98119

Phone: (206) 282-8282

http://www.reidcm.com/index.html

Reid Case Management performs vocational evaluations and life care plans, and provides case management services. Reid CM works with children and adults, primarily those who have experienced serious medical problems due to illness or injury. They assist individuals and their families by providing case management services to help negotiate the complications of medical, legal and educational systems. The team consists of Kathryn Reid, Melissa Cabal and Robin Reeves. Reeves CM have worked together for over a decade, providing vocational and case management services to adults, teens and children with a variety of disabilities, as well as displaced homemakers and others entering the workforce for the first time or after a long hiatus. Referrals are from attorneys, physicians, psychologists and special needs trusts, as well as private individuals. Please refer to ?services? on our website for more detailed information. They have worked with TBI clients.


Res Care Home Care Silverdale

3100 NW Bucklin Hill Rd #100 Silverdale, Washington, 98383

Phone: (360) 698-8590

http://www.rescarehomecare.com/index.php

Res Care provides in home care including Homemaking / Companion, Personal Care, Rest Assured® Telecare, Skilled Nursing, Respite Care, Geriatric Care Management, Skilled Therapy, and Neuro Therapy.


Res Care Home Care South Seattle

4714 Rainier Ave S Ste 102 Seattle, Washington, 98118

Phone: (206) 329-4695

http://www.rescarehomecare.com/index.php

Provide in home care and services including: Personal Care and support, Homemaking, Transportation and Accompaniment and Respite Care


RockiNoggins, Llc

3213 West Wheeler Street Suite 385 Seattle, WA, 98199

Phone: (206) 979-7253

http://www.rockinoggins.com/

Rockinoggins designs and manufactures hats for existing bicycle and other sports related helmets.


Senior Information and Assistance Pend Oreille County

956 S Main St Colville, WA, 99114

Phone: (509) 684-8421

http://www.ruralresources.org/

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Southeast Washington Aging and Long Term Care Stevens County

956 S Main St Colville, WA, 99114

Phone: (509) 684-3932

http://www.ruralresources.org/

Local offices throughout Washington State can help you plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Seeds 4 Success

17205 Vashon Hwy SW #D2 Vashon, WA, 98070

Phone: (206) 370-0709

http://www.s4svashon.org

Seeds4Success contracts with the Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and the King County Developmental Disabilities Division, and has partnered with over twenty island businesses on job development for disabled workers. In 2010, we achieved accreditation from CARF International. Their aim is to ensure that children to adults with disabilities are provided an opportunity to learn the skills necessary to become independent, productive, employed and involved community members.


Safe Kids Benton-Franklin Coalition

7102 W. Okanagon Place Kennewick, WA, 99336

Phone: (509) 460-4214

http://www.safekids.org/

Safe Kids Worldwide brings injury prevention directly to kids and their families. The most visible is SafeKids.org, where you can find the latest information on injury prevention and ways to put your knowledge into action. Our resources will help you protect your own kids and band together with other parents to help protect kids across the country. Safe Kids programs and initiatives deliver hands-on education to families around the country. Each Safe Kids program focuses on protecting children and families from a specific injury risk.


Sam's House AFH

1415 2nd St. SE Puyallup, WA, 98372

Phone: (253) 217-1132

http://www.samshouseafh.com

Adult Family Home


Sea Mar Youth Boxing Club

10001 17th Place South Seattle, WA, 96168

Phone: (206) 763-4085

http://www.seamar.org/

Youth Boxing


Sea Mar Seattle Child Development Center

1040 S. Henderson St. Seattle, WA, 98108

Phone: (206) 788-3245

http://www.seamar.org/

This center provides childcare for children ages 4 weeks to 5 years old.


Sea Mar Community Care Center

1040 S. Henderson Seattle, WA, 98108

Phone: (206) 788-3200

http://www.seamar.org/location.php?xloc=14&xser=1&xcty=4&xserloc=11

This skilled nursing facility takes all individuals has an Alzheimer's living center. They cannot take someone with a vent.


Cannon House

113 23rd Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 709-1777

http://www.seamar.org/static_pages/cannonhouse.php

This is an assisted living facility that mostly works with individuals near retirement age, although they will consider someone under age 60. Services include three meals a day; 24-hour security; Housekeeping and laundry services weekly or as needed; Nursing services, including medication assistance and health monitoring; Behavioral health services; Coordination of appointments and care with physicians; Assistance with personal care, including bathing, dressing, grooming, and hygiene. As of February 2016, they have a stop-placement preventing them from taking any new referrals for clients, based on an incident with a client requiring emergency medical attention.


Sibshops

4800 Sand Point Way NE Seattle, WA, 98105

Phone: (206) 987-4133

http://www.seattlechildrens.org/classes-community/classes-events/sibshops/

Sibshops acknowledge that being the brother or sister of a person with special needs is for some a good thing, others a not-so-good thing, and for many, somewhere in between. The Sibshop model mixes information and discussion activities with new games (designed to be unique, off-beat, and appealing to a wide ability range), and special guests. There are currently more than 200 Sibshops across the United States, Canada, and elsewhere.


Fit 4 You

500 23rd Ave. Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 987-7223

http://www.seattlechildrens.org/contact/odessa-brown/programs-partnerships/#fit

Fit 4 You is an Odessa Brown program dedicated to helping patients and families eat healthy and stay active for better health through cooking classes and swimming classes. Professional instructors lead half-hour swimming lessons for OBCC patients ages 4?18 at Medgar Evers Pool (500 23rd Ave., Seattle). Classes are held on Fridays at 5:30 or 6 p.m. with an optional family swim afterward from 6:30 to 8 p.m. A 50% scholarship is available for those who qualify. These cooking and nutrition classes, running in six-week sessions, begin in September and meet one evening per week. During class time, families and school-age children can learn more about making easy, healthy and tasty meals each week, including a trip to the grocery story. Each week you will take a home a bag of food. Call Rebecca at to sign up.


American Red Cross Language Bank

1900 25th Ave S Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 726-3564

http://www.seattleredcross.org/show.aspx?mi=4033

The American Red Cross Serving King & Kitsap Counties breaks down barriers of language by providing translation and interpretation for non-English speakers in our community. The Language Bank provides in-person and over-the-phone interpretation as well as written translations for individuals and community-based partner agencies seven days a week. For people outside King and Kitsap, they only do phone interpretation. They do not do medical interpretation.


YMCA of Greater Seattle

909 Fourth Ave Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 382-5000

http://www.seattleymca.org

The YMCA exists to build a community where all people, especially the young, are encouraged to develop their fullest potential in spirit, mind and body. They offer a variety of programs with a focus on physical health and social engagement.


Cherish Cove Adult Family Home

1459 Badger Mountain Loop Richland, WA, 99352

Phone: (509) 374-7458

http://www.senior-care-resources.com/directory/listing/cherish-cove-adult-family-home-richland-washington/

Adult Family Home with up to 6 beds for individuals with brain injury.


Senior Information and Assistance Kitsap County

1026 Sidney Ave. # 105 Port Orchard, WA, 98366

Phone: (360) 337-5700

http://www.seniorservices.org

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance King County

2208 Second Avenue, Suite 100 Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 448-5757

http://www.seniorservices.org

Local offices throughout Washington State can help you plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Share & Care House Tacoma

3418 McKinley Ave Tacoma, WA, 98404

Phone: (253) 564-4194

http://www.shareandcarehouse.org/

Share & Care House Services include Certified Professional Guardianship, Payee/Fiduciary Programs for DSHS, SSA, VA, & other beneficiaries, HEN Rent/utility assistance (Pierce County), Transitional & Emergency Housing for homeless families, Supportive Housing for Chronically homeless individuals, Clothing Banks, Camp Samish, and Enhanced Fiduciary/Guardianship Software.


Share & Care House Puyallup

702 23rd Ave SE Puyallup, WA, 98371

Phone: (253) 841-8886

http://www.shareandcarehouse.org/

Share & Care House Services include Certified Professional Guardianship, Payee/Fiduciary Programs for DSHS, SSA, VA, & other beneficiaries, HEN Rent/utility assistance (Pierce County), Transitional & Emergency Housing for homeless families, Supportive Housing for Chronically homeless individuals, Clothing Banks, Camp Samish, and Enhanced Fiduciary/Guardianship Software.


Sherwood Adult Family Home

11017 NE Sherwood Dr. Vancouver, WA, 98686

Phone: (360) 904-1102

http://www.sherwoodafh.com/

Sherwood Home Adult Senior Living is an elder-centered adult family home. They make a positive difference in the lives of mature adults and the families who love them... working together with resident, family and health care professionals to provide high quality care to all residents. Their goal is to ensure a lifestyle that is comfortable, secure and enjoyable.


Skagit Domestic Violence and Assault Services

1521 Leigh Way Mount Vernon, Washington, 98273

Phone: (888) 336-9591

http://www.skagitdvsas.org/

Services include crisis intervention, emergency shelter, advocacy-based counseling, legal, medical and social services advocacy, support groups, children?s advocacy and community education and prevention. All services are confidential and free.


Skyline at First Hill

725 9TH AVENUE Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 407-1700

http://www.skylineatfirsthill.org/

Skyline offers a retirement community that is like a luxury condo with services ranging from independent living, life care, assisted living, orthopedic and stroke rehabilitation, memory support, to skilled nursing. Lifetime benefits assure you?ll have completely predictable living costs should you ever need more care. Amenities include valet service, transportation, coffee shop, housekeeping, computer/business station, salon, indoor swimming pool and spa, fitness programs for the brain, body, emotions and spirit, group walks, hikes, museum excursions, discussion groups, seminars, workshops, etc. Short term care is also available. Pets welcome.


A Place Like Home, Inc

302 107th Pl SE Everett, WA, 98208

Phone: (425) 355-1093

http://www.snapforseniors.com/Housing/DetailedListing/tabid/145/fid/159296/rt/905/mp/68618/d/200/vf/True/page/16/Default.aspx?l=Marysville%2c%20WA%2098270-4862

We have 1 caregiver to 4 residents with a certification for Dementia and Mental Health care. We also provide a visiting doctor, podiatrist, dentist, and beautician as well. All of our activities are tailored to the residents needs and wants. This facility would take individuals 40 and older. They have worked with brain injured individuals. They are currently full (1.10.2013) and all four are elderly women.


South Sound Outreach Services

1106 Martin Luther King Jr. Way Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 593-2111

http://www.southsoundoutreach.org

South Sound Outreach Services compassionately guides people through the complex array of resources needed to achieve sustainable, independent living.


Senior Services for South Sound

222 Columbia Street NW Olympia, WA, 98501

Phone: (360) 586-6181

http://www.southsoundseniors.org/

It is the goal and mission of SSSS to help seniors stay vital and independent in the community. The agency provides a wide array of progressive and comprehensive services including adult daycare, case management, nutrition, transportation, and respite care, along with socialization, health, and independent living programs.


Special Care Agency

4121 McKinley St Carnation, WA, 98014

Phone: (425) 333-4114

http://www.specialcareagency.com

Special Care Agency is an organization dedicated to providing quality community-based support services for people of all ages and needs. they offer a wide range of services including in-home care to residential and employment services for individuals with developmental disabilities. their services will assist you to maintain independence, exercise choice, and live life to its fullest.


Special Care Agency

4121 McKinley St Carnation, WA, 98014

Phone: (425) 333-4114

http://www.specialcareagency.com

Special Care Agency is an organization dedicated to providing quality community-based support services for people of all ages and needs. they offer a wide range of services including in-home care to residential and employment services for individuals with developmental disabilities. their services will assist you to maintain independence, exercise choice, and live life to its fullest.


Special Care Agency

4121 McKinley St Carnation, WA, 98014

Phone: (425) 333-4114

http://www.specialcareagency.com

Special Care Agency is an organization dedicated to providing quality community-based support services for people of all ages and needs. they offer a wide range of services including in-home care to residential and employment services for individuals with developmental disabilities. their services will assist you to maintain independence, exercise choice, and live life to its fullest.


Special Solutions

4030 Lake Washington Blvd. E Ste 208 Kirkland, WA, 98033

Phone: (425) 828-7540

http://www.specialsolutions.org/

Special Solutions was founded by John James to assist families with special needs family members as they seek to provide for the future. As a Licensed Advocate for Protected Tomorrows®, John is uniquely prepared to guide families in developing a life plan for the family member. Protected Tomorrows® Advocates are carefully selected for their financial expertise and personal connections to the special needs community. John has special need family members, and he has lived with the consequences when adequate planning was not done. Ages 16-22 (when the child is becoming an adult) and 35-45 (when the parents realize they won't be around forever) are the two age groups that come to John the most. He is willing to be a speaker to groups about the need for planning.


South Sound Parent to Parent

1012 Homann Drive SE Lacy, WA, 98513

Phone: (360) 352-1126

http://www.ssp2p.org/

Parent to Parent Support Program of Thurston County/ South Sound Parent to Parent provides a network of support, information, and advocacy to families who have children with special needs and chronic illnesses and adults with disabilities. Services also include training and matching of volunteers with requesting families.


Senior Information and Assistance Snohomish County

8224 44th Ave W, Suite O Mukilteo, WA, 98275

Phone: (425) 513-1900

http://www.sssc.org

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Services of Snohomish County

8225 44th Ave W., Suite O Mukilteo, WA, 98275

Phone: (425) 355-1112

http://www.sssc.org

Committed to promoting the independence and preserving the dignity of seniors and people with disabilities throughout our region. Website offers information regarding transportation, housing, nutrition, and social services.


Stanwood Community and Senior Center

7430 276th St. NW Stanwood, WA, 98292

Phone: (360) 629-7403

http://www.stanwoodseniorcenter.org/index.html

This Center offers a broad range of serices including housing and room rentals, nutrition program, Support groups, foot clinics, massage, exercise and fitness classes, Legal Serivces, educational classes and health lectures. They also provide blood pressure checks.


Overlake Terrace

2956 152nd Avenue NE Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 883-0495

http://www.stellarliving.com/overlake-terrace

Overlake Terrace offers Assisted Living and Independent Living, Memory Care, and Respite and Adult Day Care services, encouraging an active and independent senior lifestyle. We have not visited this facility. They have enforcement letters.


American Stroke Association Western States Affiliate

710 2nd Ave Suite 900 Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 336-7200

http://www.strokeassociation.org/STROKEORG/

The American Stroke Association funds scientific research, helps people better understand and avoid stroke, encourages government support, guides healthcare professionals and provides information to enhance the quality of life for stroke survivors. The National Service Center handles overflow calls for the local offices. It is part of the American Heart Association.


Summit Assistance Dogs

12549 Christianson Road Anacortes, WA, 98221

Phone: (360) 293-5609

http://www.summitdogs.org/

Summit Assistance Dogs rehabilitates shelter dogs and breeds dogs to provide highly skilled mobility, hearing, and professional and home companion therapy dogs for people living with disabilities or needing the comfort of a therapy dog. In addition to being trained to provide practical daily supports, dogs help diminish depression, anxiety and loneliness by providing unconditional love and companionship. Dogs who do not turn out to be appropriate for the above careers can be adopted as pets.



Sunrise of Mercer Island

2959 76th Ave SE Mercer Island, WA, 98040

Phone: (206) 232-6565

http://www.sunriseseniorliving.com/communities/sunrise-of-mercer-island/overview.aspx

This facility with a view offers assisted living (with service team members available 24 hours a day), memory care (with a safe familiar yet stimulating environment), as well as respite and short term stays. They have studio, one bedroom and companion suites. They have daily physical fitness, creative, social, learning and spiritual activities, scheduled group trips and resident-sponsored clubs, well-balanced meals and snacks, monthly wellness visits by a licensed on-staff nurse, weekly housekeeping and daily trash removal, weekly personal laundry, social and educational programs for families, and scheduled resident and family meetings. Their niche is dementia. This facility has not been visited by us. They have no enforcement letters.


Society of St. Vincent de Paul Helpline Center

5950 4th Ave. South Seattle, WA, 98108

Phone: (206) 767-6449

http://www.svdpseattle.org/our-services/helping-call-center/

Trained Helpline Counselors answer the phones, gather basic information, answer questions, and pass on the information to 53 neighborhood St. Vincent de Paul Conferences. Conference volunteers will contact the caller to schedule a home visit or to discuss what assistance they can provide. In some areas of King County the caller is given the telephone number of the closest Conference to call directly.


Seattle Swedish Medical Center/Cherry Hill Campus Support Group

500 17th Ave. Seattle, WA, 98122

http://www.swedish.org/Locations/Cherry-Hill-Campus/Cherry-Hill-Map#axzz1j534MnoE

Brain Injury Support Group the the 4th Thursday of the month from 1:00-3:00 PM Swedish Medical Center/Cherry Hill in the East Tower Building; Dining Room/Cafeteria area; Mother Joseph Room.


Edmonds - Swedish Brain Support Group

MEETING PLACE ADDRESS. DO NOT SEND MAIL. 21601 76th Avenue W Edmonds, WA, 98026

http://www.swedish.org/Locations/Edmond-Campus/Edmonds-Map-and-Directions

This Brain Injury Support Group meets the 1st Tuesday of each month from 6:30-8:30.


Seattle Swedish Cerebrovascular Support Group

550 17th Ave. Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 320-4985

http://www.swedish.org/services/neuroscience-institute/our-services/cerebrovascular-center/for-patients-and-families/patient-support-info

For patients that have been diagnosed and treated for AVM: open to patients, families, and caregivers. This group is held the 3rd Monday of each month, 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Swedish Medical Center/Cherry Hill James Tower, 1st Floor Education and Conference Center, Room D.


Tacoma Area Coalition of Individuals with Disabilities

6315 S. 19th st. Tacoma, WA, 98466

Phone: (253) 565-9000

http://www.tacid.org/

TACID provides Traumatic Brain Injury information and support, Vision Program, Deaf Blind Hard Hearing Services, Housing, Work, Employment, Mental Health Resource Center, Recreation, Referral service.


Terry Home, Pacific

138 Third Avenue S.W. Pacific, WA, 98047

Phone: (253) 288-0135

http://www.terryhomeinc.org/

Terry Home owns and operates two boarding homes for young adult survivors (18-45) of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in Pacific and Auburn, Washington. These homes provide 22 residents with the opportunity to work toward a more independent lifestyle through structured programs and activities centered on strengthening daily living skills.They help with medication administering, bathing, toileting, dressing if needed. They have an activity director and do therapy on and off site. They will take some individuals with behavioral issues. Four beds in the Auburn location have been set aside for veterans. Funding is mostly DSHS, but they would take insurance.


Terry Home, Auburn

727 A Street NE Auburn, WA, 98002

Phone: (253) 737-4546

http://www.terryhomeinc.org/

Terry Home owns and operates two boarding homes for young adult survivors (18-45) of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in Pacific and Auburn, Washington. These homes provide 22 residents with the opportunity to work toward a more independent lifestyle through structured programs and activities centered on strengthening daily living skills. They help with medication administering, bathing, toileting, dressing if needed. They have an activity director and do therapy on and off site. They will take some individuals with behavioral issues. Four beds in the Auburn location have been set aside for veterans. Funding is mostly DSHS, but they would take insurance.


The Bellingham at Orchard

848 West Orchard Drive Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 715-1338

http://www.thebellinghamatorchard.com/

The Bellingham at Orchard Memory Care offers comprehensive and caring Alzheimer's and dementia care in Bellingham


Loving Hands Adult Family Home

7504 West Chestnut Yakima, WA, 98908

Phone: (509) 833-0748

http://www.thecarecenters.com/show/Loving-Hands-Adult-Family-Home-Yakima-WA

The staff at Loving Hands Adult Family Home provide personalized services designed to meet the needs of every patient. The dedicated health professionals offer the assistance you need while respecting your independence.


Lodge at Eagle Ridge

1600 S Eagle Ridge Drive Renton, WA, 98055

Phone: (425) 793-8080

http://www.thelodgeateagleridge.com/

This senior and assisted care facility is private pay only. They have not been visited by us. They have no enforcement letters.


JUMP

91 SW Chehalis Avenue Chehalis, WA, 98532

Phone: (360) 748-3744

http://www.thorbeckes.com/fitness-class/jump/

Provided by Thorbeckes Healthy Beginnings, this service includes weekly exercise classes which provide guided instruction and health education for individuals with developmental disabilities and mental health issues. Participants must contact Sue first for initial assessment prior to attending class.


University Place Care Center

5520 Bridgeport Way West Tacoma, WA, 98467

Phone: (253) 566-7166

http://www.universityplacecare.com/

University Place Care Center is a nursing home. Available beds: Total Licensed Beds: 120 Medicaid Beds: 60 Medicare/Medicaid Beds: 60 Provides holistic services as well as PT, OT and the associated: hysical Therapy Occupational Therapy Speech Therapy 24-hour Skilled Nursing Care Wound Care and Post Surgical Care Stroke Care Oxygen Administration Diabetic Management Medication Management Nutritional Management Restorative Therapy Short-term Respite Care Hospice Care Social Services Laboratory and Radiology Services Discharge planning and assistance transitioning to home or a lesser care setting.


Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle

105 14th Avenue Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 461-3792

http://www.urbanleague.org/contact/

The Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle provides services and support for African American and other underrepresented communities in Metropolitan Seattle and throughout the Puget Sound Region. The League focuses primarily on education, employment, health and housing opportunities.


Cornerstone Community Adult Family Home

12125 Detillion Road Leavenworth, WA, 98826

Phone: (509) 888-3311

http://www.uvmend.org/programs/cornerstone-community

Cornerstone Community is an adult home for adults or young persons with developmental disabilities located in Leavenworth, WA. Their respective mission is to ?To provide a loving home and gathering place for people with developmental disabilities, and to build a community that values and embraces people with diverse talents and gifts.?


Vashon Community Care Center

15333 Vashon Hwy SW Vashon, WA, 98070

Phone: (206) 567-4421

http://www.vashoncommunitycare.org/

Non-profit Senior Living Center For elderly and others with Special Needs Enriched Assisted Living 40 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. This program of personal choice offers as little or as much help with activity of daily living as a person wants and needs. Skilled Nursing for people who need 24-hour care, we offer quality, compassionate skilled nursing services with appropriate activities and therapies. Adult Day Health Day time health care and activities for seniors who live in their own homes. A well-rounded agenda and a flexible schedule. Open 5 days a week.


Vashon Senior Center

10004 SW Bank Road Vashon, WA, 98070

Phone: (206) 463-5173

http://www.vashonmauryseniorcenter.com/

Vashon Senior Center provides programs in the arts, fitness, technology and travel. It enhances a person's creative side, allows people to meet new people and make lifelong friends. The Center provides many services to encourage healthy aging options. Blue Bird Medical Transportation, for example, provides seniors with rides to off-island medical appointments and the Lunch Care-a-Van provides transportation to the center for lunch and afternoon programs. Some programs include younger people, as well, depending on availability.


View Pointe Adult Family Home

13952 SE 159th PL Renton, WA, 98058

Phone: (425) 277-7866

http://www.viewpointeafhllc.com/

Adult family home with 6 master suites with private baths, 24/7 secure care. Medication supervision and administration Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke Rehab Assistive Communication Device training Hospice and End of Life Care Pet Therapy


Village Concepts Administrative office

909 South 336th St., Suite 200 Federal Way, WA, 98003

Phone: (253) 838-3460

http://www.villageconcepts.com/

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, our Assisted Living program is available for our retirement community residents. Our care program generates an individually tailored service plan to support personal independence. Our certified, licensed staff is available to assist 24 hours a day in the privacy of your apartment under the direction of the Resident Care Director.


Village Concepts Channel Point Village Hoquiam

907 K Street Hoquiam, WA, 98550

Phone: (360) 532-9000

http://www.villageconcepts.com/channel-point-village

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, our Assisted Living program is available for our retirement community residents. Our care program generates an individually tailored service plan to support personal independence. Our certified, licensed staff is available to assist 24 hours a day in the privacy of your apartment under the direction of the Resident Care Director. Right on Grays Harbor, at the mouth of the Hoquiam River, Channel Point Village is an idyllic location. Only minutes from the Hoquiam Senior Center and The Historical Seventh Street Theatre, residents enjoy a scenic waterfront walkway with convenient medical and pharmacy services close-at-hand.


Village Concepts Country Meadow Village Sedro-Woolley

1501 Collins Road Sedro-Woolley, WA, 98284

Phone: (360) 856-0404

http://www.villageconcepts.com/country-meadow-village

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, our Assisted Living program is available for our retirement community residents. Our care program generates an individually tailored service plan to support personal independence. Our certified, licensed staff is available to assist 24 hours a day in the privacy of your apartment under the direction of the Resident Care Director. Off Highway 20 in the verdant Skagit Valley, just north of the meandering Skagit River, is the small town of Sedro-Woolley. Country Meadow Village neighbors United General Hospital in a beautiful, quiet neighborhood just west of downtown shops and dining. Our community is only minutes from the Senior Center and Community Theatre.


Village Concepts Covington Place Senior Apartments

26902 169th Place SE Covington, WA, 98042

Phone: (253) 398-2700

http://www.villageconcepts.com/covington-place

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, our Assisted Living program is available for our retirement community residents. Covington Place Senior Apartments is a warm and active retirement community in the heart of Covington, close to the growing communities of Kent, Maple Valley, Black Diamond and Auburn. On a clear day majestic Mount Rainier graces the Covington skyline.


Eldorado West Retirement Community

1010 SW 134th St. Burien, WA, 98146

Phone: (206) 248-1975

http://www.villageconcepts.com/el-dorado-west/

El Dorado West offers Independent Retirement Living that can transition into Assisted Living. Certified, licensed staff is available 24-hours a day to assist with the activities of daily living. Fees will depend on level of care needed. As of December 2013 they had no direct Medicaid openings and had 18 people on the wait list.


Village Concepts El Dorado West in Burien

1010 SW 134th St Burien, WA, 98146

Phone: (206) 248-1975

http://www.villageconcepts.com/el-dorado-west

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, our Assisted Living program is available for our retirement community residents. At El Dorado West, we strive to enhance the quality of your life. Whether you are pursuing an active, independent lifestyle or you require more personal living assistance. It?s all part of a very simple philosophy: bring retirement to life at El Dorado West! (04.19.2013 JP) I called and they do not take "younger" people, 40 years old, they said, was too young.


Grandview Village

5800 64th St NE Marysville, WA, 98270

Phone: (360) 653-2223

http://www.villageconcepts.com/grandview-village

This facility offers senior departments, assisted living care, and memory care. Its care program generates an individually tailored service plan to support personal independence. Its certified, licensed staff is available to assist 24 hours a day under the direction of the Resident Care Director.


Village Concepts Harbor Tower Village Oak Harbor

100 E Whidbey Avenue Oak Harbor, WA, 98277

Phone: (360) 675-2569

http://www.villageconcepts.com/harbor-tower-village

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, our Assisted Living program is available for our retirement community residents. Our care program generates an individually tailored service plan to support personal independence. Our certified, licensed staff is available to assist 24 hours a day in the privacy of your apartment under the direction of the Resident Care Director. On Whidbey Island in the heart of Puget Sound lies the historic old town of Oak Harbor, filled with shopping, dining, and recreation, with miles of beautiful shoreline and plenty of peace and quiet.


Village Concepts High Point Village Enumclaw

1777 High Point St Enumclaw, WA, 98022

Phone: (360) 825-7780

http://www.villageconcepts.com/high-point-village

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As personal needs arise, their Assisted Living program is available. Certified, licensed staff is available to assist 24 hours a day in the privacy of your apartment under the direction of the Resident Care Director. High Point Village allows you to relax and enjoy retirement in a peaceful countryside setting. As of December 2013 they had a wait list of 6. They may possibly make exceptions to take individuals younger than 55. This facility has enforcement letters.


Village Concepts Life Manor Independent Living Tacoma

1601 S Union Ave Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 383-3363

http://www.villageconcepts.com/life-manor-independent-living

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, our Assisted Living program is available for our retirement community residents. Our care program generates an individually tailored service plan to support personal independence. Our certified, licensed staff is available to assist 24 hours a day in the privacy of your apartment under the direction of the Resident Care Director. Called the City of Destiny, Tacoma is a gorgeous city perched over Commencement Bay on Puget Sound. In the heart of the city, close to all kinds of shopping, dining and services is Life Manor Independent Living.


Village Concepts Mill Ridge Village Milton

607 28th Ave S Milton, WA, 98354

Phone: (253) 925-9200

http://www.villageconcepts.com/mill-ridge-village

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, our Assisted Living program is available for our retirement community residents. Our care program generates an individually tailored service plan to support personal independence. Our certified, licensed staff is available to assist 24 hours a day in the privacy of your apartment under the direction of the Resident Care Director. Up on a hill tucked between the cities of Tacoma, Federal Way and Puyallup lies the quiet little town of Milton, a beautiful, tree-filled community close to the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area.


Village Concepts Park View Villas Port Angeles

1430 Park View Lane Port Angeles, WA, 98363

Phone: (360) 452-7222

http://www.villageconcepts.com/park-view-villas

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, our Assisted Living program is available for our retirement community residents. Our care program generates an individually tailored service plan to support personal independence. Our certified, licensed staff is available to assist 24 hours a day in the privacy of your apartment under the direction of the Resident Care Director. Along Highway 101, at the northern end of the verdant Olympic Peninsula and in view of majestic Olympic National Park, is the bustling small town of Port Angeles. Park View Villas is situated in a beautiful, quiet neighborhood just west of downtown shops and dining.


Village Concepts Pioneer Village Senior Apartments Moses Lake

816 E Sharon Ave Moses Lake, WA, 98837

Phone: (509) 764-7600

http://www.villageconcepts.com/pioneer-village-senior-apartments

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, our Assisted Living program is available for our retirement community residents. Our care program generates an individually tailored service plan to support personal independence. Our certified, licensed staff is available to assist 24 hours a day in the privacy of your apartment under the direction of the Resident Care Director. Nestled in the sunny climes of central eastern Washington, Pioneer Village Senior Apartments offers the ambiance of a warm and active retirement community. Located in southeastern Moses Lake, our residents will enjoy all the events and activities that the city has to offer.


Village Concepts Riverside East in Bothell

10315 East Riverside Drive Bothell, WA, 98011

Phone: (425) 481-1976

http://www.villageconcepts.com/riverside-east/

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, our Assisted Living program is available for our retirement community residents. Riverside East is conveniently located on East Riverside Drive in downtown Bothell, neighboring the award-winning Northshore Senior Center and close to the Northshore Wellness Center. Evergreen Hospital and the cities of Kirkland, Bellevue, and Mill Creek are only minutes away. At Riverside East you will experience a rewarding and active lifestyle, with fun-filled activities, scheduled outings and tours.


Village Concepts Sound Vista Village Gig Harbor

6633 McDonald Ave Gig Harbor, WA, 98335

Phone: (253) 851-9929

http://www.villageconcepts.com/sound-vista-village

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, our Assisted Living program is available for our retirement community residents. Our care program generates an individually tailored service plan to support personal independence. Our certified, licensed staff is available to assist 24 hours a day in the privacy of your apartment under the direction of the Resident Care Director. Residents enjoy all the neighborhood conveniences and warm, home-like interiors. As the name implies, our retirement community is located in a peaceful wooded setting surrounding a lovely courtyard garden. Our retirement community offers you the security and freedom of a healthy, independent lifestyle? without the time-consuming responsibilities of expensive home ownership.


Village Concepts--Spiritwood at Pine Lake

3607 228 th Ave SE Issaquah, WA, 98029

Phone: (425) 313-9100

http://www.villageconcepts.com/spiritwood-at-pine-lake

Village Concepts offers retirement communities with personal assisted living services as needed. As your personal needs arise, their Assisted Living program is available for retirement community residents. Certified, licensed staff is available to assist 24 hours a day in the privacy of your apartment under the direction of the Resident Care Director. This facility is in a beautiful setting close to medical services and city conveniences. We have not visited the site. They have no enforcement letters.


Vineyard Park at Bothell Landing

10519 East Riverside Drive Bothell, WA, 98011

Phone: (425) 485-8900

http://www.vineyardpark.net/

This facility requires a four year spenddown before you can use Medicaid to cover costs. There are no enforcement letters. We have not visited them.


Worksource Disabled Vets Grays Harbor

511 W Heron Street Aberdeen, WA, 98520

Phone: (360) 538-2369

http://www.wa.gov/esd/ws/GraysHarbor/ContactUs.htm

This service assist disabled veterans in finding jobs or getting better jobs. They provide opportunities to develop veterans' knowledge, skills and positive attitudes needed to reach their employment goals. This services include self-help services such as Resource Room, Workshops, and Job Search Assistance at no charge to all jobseekers. Plus additional services if needed.


Washington Association of Professional Guardians

2150 N. 107th Street, Suite 205 Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 209-5269

http://www.wacpg.org/

The Washington Association of Professional Guardians (WAPG) is the exclusive organization representing the interests of Certified Professional Guardians (CPGs) in Washington State that meet the standards of certification established by the Washington State Supreme Court through the Certified Professional Guardianship Board. WAPG is an affiliate member of the National Guardianship Association.


Partnerships for Action, Voices for Empowerment (PAVE)

6316 So. 12th St Tacoma, WA, 98465

Phone: (253) 565-2266

http://www.wapave.org

PAVE is a parent directed organization that works with families, individuals with disabilities, professionals and community members in all walks of life and with all types of disabilities. Washington State Parent Training Information Center (PTI) is a federally funded program that works to help parents and other professionals understand and advocate for individuals with a disability in the special education system. PTI coordinators provide family friendly printed information, educational workshops, one to one assistance, attendance at educational meetings when available and support in understanding your rights and responsibility to a free and appropriate public education for your child with special needs.


Washington Access Fund

100 South King Street, Suite 280 Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 328-5116

http://www.washingtonaccessfund.org/about_access_fund/about_access_fund.php

The Washington Access Fund is a 501(c)(3)nonprofit, Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) established by and for people with disabilities in Washington state. Washington Access Fund provides low-interest loans and other financing services to help individuals with disabilities obtain the technologies and business equipment needed to live independently and to succeed at school, at work, at play and in the community.


Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy

16225 Northeast 87th Street Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 894-7231

http://www.washingtonautismadvocacy.org/updates/

WAAA works to ensure that those with ASD have every opportunity to thrive and be productive, through workshops for parents, teachers and caregivers, social and recreational activities to hone social skills and make friends, 4 hours of group respite care by BCBA and/or trained volunteers once every three months, and a movement class for individuals of all ages on the spectrum. Health Law Advocates help with insurance appeals and letter writing and connect you with low cost or pro-bono attorneys as needed. Supporting Parents of Autism (SPA) Groups meet monthly to share struggles, challenges, and joys. Parent partners and educational advocates answer questions, explain rights, provide advice, and give referrals. It may be possible to connect with other services to facilitate communication with those who speak other languages.


Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy

16225 Northeast 87th Street Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 894-7231

http://www.washingtonautismadvocacy.org/updates/

WAAA works to ensure that those with ASD have every opportunity to thrive and be productive, through workshops for parents, teachers and caregivers, social and recreational activities to hone social skills and make friends, 4 hours of group respite care by BCBA and/or trained volunteers once every three months, and a movement class for individuals of all ages on the spectrum. Health Law Advocates help with insurance appeals and letter writing and connect you with low cost or pro-bono attorneys as needed. Supporting Parents of Autism (SPA) Groups meet monthly to share struggles, challenges, and joys. Parent partners and educational advocates answer questions, explain rights, provide advice, and give referrals. It may be possible to connect with other services to facilitate communication with those who speak other languages.


Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy

16225 Northeast 87th Street Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 894-7231

http://www.washingtonautismadvocacy.org/updates/

WAAA works to ensure that those with ASD have every opportunity to thrive and be productive, through workshops for parents, teachers and caregivers, social and recreational activities to hone social skills and make friends, 4 hours of group respite care by BCBA and/or trained volunteers once every three months, and a movement class for individuals of all ages on the spectrum. Health Law Advocates help with insurance appeals and letter writing and connect you with low cost or pro-bono attorneys as needed. Supporting Parents of Autism (SPA) Groups meet monthly to share struggles, challenges, and joys. Parent partners and educational advocates answer questions, explain rights, provide advice, and give referrals. It may be possible to connect with other services to facilitate communication with those who speak other languages.


Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy

16225 Northeast 87th Street Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 894-7231

http://www.washingtonautismadvocacy.org/updates/

WAAA works to ensure that those with ASD have every opportunity to thrive and be productive, through workshops for parents, teachers and caregivers, social and recreational activities to hone social skills and make friends, 4 hours of group respite care by BCBA and/or trained volunteers once every three months, and a movement class for individuals of all ages on the spectrum. Health Law Advocates help with insurance appeals and letter writing and connect you with low cost or pro-bono attorneys as needed. Supporting Parents of Autism (SPA) Groups meet monthly to share struggles, challenges, and joys. Parent partners and educational advocates answer questions, explain rights, provide advice, and give referrals. It may be possible to connect with other services to facilitate communication with those who speak other languages.


Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy

16225 Northeast 87th Street Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 894-7231

http://www.washingtonautismadvocacy.org/updates/

WAAA works to ensure that those with ASD have every opportunity to thrive and be productive, through workshops for parents, teachers and caregivers, social and recreational activities to hone social skills and make friends, 4 hours of group respite care by BCBA and/or trained volunteers once every three months, and a movement class for individuals of all ages on the spectrum. Health Law Advocates help with insurance appeals and letter writing and connect you with low cost or pro-bono attorneys as needed. Supporting Parents of Autism (SPA) Groups meet monthly to share struggles, challenges, and joys. Parent partners and educational advocates answer questions, explain rights, provide advice, and give referrals. It may be possible to connect with other services to facilitate communication with those who speak other languages.


Weeping Ridge Adult Family Home

12402 N. Osprey Rd Nine Mile Falls, WA, 99026

Phone: (509) 465-1810

http://www.weepingridge.com/

AFH with 12 beds and expanding. Bilingual staff. Nice facility but remote location and lack of access to community makes it an equivocal resource. Website indicates two locations. Quadriplegia Mechanical Ventilation Tracheotomy Tube feeding Wound or Ostomy Care Incontinence I.V. Medication Administration Diabetes Management Services Offered Work with TBI and Spinal Chord Injury. Are one ventilators.


Wellspring Family Services New Parents Services Bellevue

11911 NE 1st Street Suite 300 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 450-0332

http://www.wellspringfs.org/get_help/counseling/index.php

There are often times when life seems overwhelming or when your daily activities are impaired by a particular problem or circumstance. In many cases, the best way to find solutions is with professional counseling. Wellspring Family Services can help you find a path toward resolution and relief with counseling and in-depth psychotherapy services for adults, couples, children, and families. Our therapists are registered and licensed counselors and adhere to strict professional guidelines including client confidentiality.


City of Wenatchee Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department

1350 McKittrick Street Wenatchee, WA, 98801

Phone: (509) 888-3284

http://www.wenatcheewa.gov/services/parks-recreation-and-cultural-services

Wenatchee Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department helps create community through our people, parks and programs. Offers a number of free activities for youth in the summer and coordinates to provide community events, picnics, walks and other activities.


Programs for Peaceful Living Goldendale

116 W Main St Goldendale, WA, 98620

Phone: (509) 773-6100

http://www.wgap.ws/home/domestic-violence-sexual-assault

This program provides Klickitat County residents with Domestic Violence Prevention, Sexual Assault Prevention, and General Crime Victim services. Certified staff are available 24/7 to work with individuals and families that are struggling with the effects of crime through advocacy, counseling, parent support, safety planning, as well as community outreach and education. This is part of the Washington Gorge Action Plan.


Programs for Peaceful Living White Salmon

32 Pioneer Place White Salmon, WA

Phone: (509) 493-1533

http://www.wgap.ws/home/domestic-violence-sexual-assault

Provides Klickitat County residents with Domestic Violence Prevention, Sexual Assault Prevention, and General Crime Victim services. Certified staff are available 24/7 to work with individuals and families that are struggling with the effects of crime through advocacy, counseling, parent support, safety planning, as well as community outreach and education. This is part of the Washington Gorge Action Plan


Washington Health Care Association

303 Cleveland Ave. SE, Ste. 206 Tumwater, WA, 98501

Phone: (360) 352-3304

http://www.whca.org/nursingfacilities.htm

The Washington Health Care Association (WHCA) is a statewide non-profit organization representing over 400 assisted living and skilled nursing facilities. WHCA?s mission is to promote quality long-term health care and services, while serving as an advocate for providers, staff, and the patients and residents they care for. Association members provide health and personal care, social support and housing to 25,000 frail, elderly and disabled Washingtonians each day. About 25,000 employees work for member facilities. The link will take you to a listing of facilities by region.


Whitmire and Associates

500 Yale Ave N Ste 100-300 Seattle, WA, 98109

Phone: (206) 624-0928

http://www.whitmireandassociates.com/

Care Management: Medical Case Management, Clinical coordination, Care Staff Management, Vocational Guidance, Education Advocacy, Quality of Life Assurance. Transitions and Life Skills: Budget Management, Time Management, Social Integration, Community Building, Job Acquisition, Heath & Fitness, Self-reliance, Systems Management, Self-Advocacy, Building and Repairing Relationships. Trusts & Fiduciary: Benefits Analysis, Special Needs Trust advisory committee member, Money Management skills training, Representative Payee services.


Young Life

13 1/2 E Main St # 201 Walla Walla, WA, 99362

Phone: (509) 525-1518

http://www.younglife.org/Pages/default.aspx

Young Life is a faith-based (primarily Christian) youth service and outreach that could extend to TBI youth needing to be involved in programs where they could be supported and with peers. They are also linked with "sibling or big brother/sister" type for further support.


Willows YWCA

3800 S. Myrtle St. Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 209-5656

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=1183

The programs offered in this location are mostly relating to housing, including: Central Family Emergency Housing which provides supportive housing and intensive case management to homeless families. An After-School Program for children (6 to 12-years-old) of residents in their emergency shelter or transitional housing. A Children's Domestic Violence Program that works with children and non-abusive parents to minimize the effects of domestic violence. A Permanent Housing Stability Program which provides subsidized permanent housing for large (4-8), low-income families currently residing in shelter or transitional housing programs. Project Self Sufficiency, a program that helps individuals, couples and families in crisis remain in their current housing or move into more appropriate housing. A Young Parent Program which offers intensive case management and classes for homeless parents between 18 - 25 who live in YWCA emergency shelters or transitional housing.


Opportunity Place YWCA

2024 3rd Avenue Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 436-8660

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=438

This YWCA location offers employment resources, health programs, and a comprehensive response to the problem of homelessness. Several different programs run out of this location relating to health access, economic empowerment and housing and homelessness (Employment and Housing Stability Program)


YWCA of Walla Walla

213 S. First Ave. Walla Walla, WA, 99362

Phone: (509) 525-2570

http://www.ywcaww.org/

Services and provides shelter to Woman who are in DV or have been effected by DV issues. Provides legal, medical, shelter and advocacy. In addition, helps women who have been sexual assaulted with medical intervention and counseling.


YWCA of Yakima

818 W Yakima Avenue Yakima, WA, 98902

Phone: (509) 248-7796

http://www.ywcayakima.org/

YWCA provides support groups, domestic violence shelter and advocacy, DV workshops to women and works in the community to spread awareness.


Pregnancy Aid Of Auburn

517 F St SE Auburn, WA, 98002

Phone: (253) 939-6676

http://www.zoocrewphoto.com/preg/

Pregnancy Aid of Washington offers assistance including pregnancy tests, decision-making information, positive emotional support, maternity clothing and prenatal vitamins.


Snohomish County Office of Human Services

3000 Rockefeller M/S 305 Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 388-7200

http://www1.co.snohomish.wa.us/Departments/Human_Services/

The Snohomish County Human Services Department exists to help all persons meet their basic needs and develop their potential through a number of direct services which cover Basic Needs, Developmental Disabilities, Alcohol/other Drugs, Children/Youth/Family, Older Adults, Mental Health and Veteran's assistance.


Providence ElderPlace

4515 Martin Luther King Jr Way S, Suite 100 Seattle, WA, 98108

Phone: (206) 320-5325

http://www2.providence.org/kingcounty/facilities/providence-elderplace/Pages/default.aspx

Providence ElderPlace is an innovative program of health care and social services for older adults. Our model of care is known as PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly). PACE programs keep older adults as healthy as possible in the community by providing comprehensive health care and social services including: primary and specialty medical care, a day health program, social work services, rehabilitation, housing (if necessary) and much more. Participants attend the Providence ElderPlace Center on a regular basis, and transportation is provided. The ElderPlace team of health care and social service professionals and our affiliates provide comprehensive integrated care to our participants.


Providence Mount St. Vincent

4831 35th Ave SW Seattle, WA, 98126

Phone: (206) 937-3700

http://www2.providence.org/kingcounty/facilities/providence-mount-st-vincent/Pages/default.aspx

The Mount is a vibrant, elegant and innovative living care community for older adults that celebrates life, living and individual capability and is owned and operated by the Sisters of Providence and Providence Health & Services. The Mount is home to more than 400 older adults and others who need some type of assistance with their daily living or are in need of 24-hour care. Residents enjoy supportive activities, programs and therapies to help them remain physically and mentally active as well as socially and spiritually engaged. Their community include assisted living, skilled nursing, short stay rehabilitation, adult day program, rehabilitation, inter-generational child care learning center, physical, social, cognitive, and spiritual care for the whole person.


Veterans Center

4916 Center Street Ste. E Tacoma, WA, 98409

Phone: (253) 565-7038

http://www2.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?ID=476

Veterans Service Vet Service Professional readjustment Counseling Community Education Outreach Special Population Broker Service Veteran Affair. They only take Combat Vets, and Military Trauma Clients In an effort to better serve the veteran and family members, upon request Vet Centers will provide services after normal work hours and/or on weekends. For assistance after hours, weekends, and holidays call: 1-877-WAR-VETS (1-877-927-8387)


Avamere at Pacific Ridge

3625 East B Street Tacoma, WA, 98404

Phone: (253) 475-2507

https://avamereatpacificridge.com/

Avamere at Pacific Ridge offers Memory Care as well as mental and behavioral health care for seniors in Tacoma and surrounding areas. They work to meet the needs of seniors with psychiatric conditions, dementia, and other forms of cognitive impairment. Avamere at Pacific Ridge is one of the few skilled nursing facilities in the Pacific Northwest with a focus on behavioral health. Avamere on occasion also accepts Madigan Army Medical Center patients. Avamere's "sister" facility is Avamere Heritage Rehabilitation of Tacoma.


Stan Bassett Youth Center

406 E. Capitol Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 925-8604

https://ci.ellensburg.wa.us/index.aspx?NID=288

The Stan Basset Youth Center (SBYC) free-flowing activity philosophy promotes the growth of youth through a wide range of group and individual educational, recreational, technological, and cultural activities. All Daily Activities are FREE!!! All youth must have a registration completed, can be completed online.


Bremerton EADS Day Services

4414 Perry Ave NE Bremerton, WA, 98310

Phone: (360) 377-9810

https://eadscares.wordpress.com/

This is a Day Health program for clients who require constant supervision but who require minimal assistance with most activities of daily living. They can assist with medical monitoring, medication assistance, diabetes supervision, monitoring vital signs, and provide medical updates to families. Through exercise and activities, EADS helps to maintain personal abilities such ambulation, speech and cognition. Saturday services are twice monthly. They offer nutritious meals, activities, and free trainings for families, family counseling, and other support services. They can help apply for shuttle services client for transportation through Access and then set up the rides to the day program.


Living Well With with a Chornic Disease Self Management Workshops

1268 Lee Blvd Richland, Washington, 99352

Phone: (509) 946-4611 ext 5593

https://kadlec.netreturns.biz/calendar/CalendarItemDetail.aspx?Id=774225f3-b335-476a-ad18-ce9f6d16dc06#.Vt9RqZwrLIU

The Living Well self-management workshops were developed at Stanford University and have become the proven leader in self-management for people with chronic health conditions. Workshops will occur once a week for 6 weeks. Learn how to: Control your pain Deal with fatigue Start an activity program Handle stress and relax Use medications effectively Solve problems and meet personal goals Make choices about your treatment Eat well to live well Times and dates vary. Contact for more information.


Magnolia Home Care VI

2381 West Viewmont Way W Seattle, WA, 98199

Phone: (206) 713-8186

https://magnoliahc.wordpress.com/

Amor has been operating Adult Family Homes since 1994, currently has 6 homes, and she has experience with residents with TBI. She does not accept residents with developmental disabilities. Her homes provide all levels of care with 24 hour staffing, awake staff at night, alarmed doors and 1:1 assignment for high needs residents, two RNs rounding daily, designated cooks, activity director, care management, transporting residents to doctor's appointments, visiting PT as needed (who then delegates daily exercises to staff).


Magnolia Home Care V

2505 West Smith St Seattle, WA, 98199

Phone: (206) 713-8186

https://magnoliahc.wordpress.com/

Amor has been operating Adult Family Homes since 1994, currently has 6 homes, and she has experience with residents with TBI. She does not accept residents with developmental disabilities. Her homes provide all levels of care with 24 hour staffing, awake staff at night, alarmed doors and 1:1 assignment for high needs residents, two RNs rounding daily, designated cooks, activity director, care management, transporting residents to doctor's appointments, visiting PT as needed (who then delegates daily exercises to staff).


Magnolia Home Care I

2615 25th Ave W Seattle, WA, 98199

Phone: (206) 713-8186

https://magnoliahc.wordpress.com/

Amor has been operating Adult Family Homes since 1994, currently has 6 homes, and she has experience with residents with TBI. She does not accept residents with developmental disabilities. Her homes provide all levels of care with 24 hour staffing, awake staff at night, alarmed doors and 1:1 assignment for high needs residents, two RNs rounding daily, designated cooks, activity director, care management, transporting residents to doctor's appointments, visiting PT as needed (who then delegates daily exercises to staff).


Magnolia Home Care IV

2670 37th Ave W Seattle, WA, 98199

Phone: (206) 713-8186

https://magnoliahc.wordpress.com/

Amor has been operating Adult Family Homes since 1994, currently has 6 homes, and she has experience with residents with TBI. She does not accept residents with developmental disabilities. Her homes provide all levels of care with 24 hour staffing, awake staff at night, alarmed doors and 1:1 assignment for high needs residents, two RNs rounding daily, designated cooks, activity director, care management, transporting residents to doctor's appointments, visiting PT as needed (who then delegates daily exercises to staff).


Magnolia Home Care, Queen Anne

3211 12th Ave W Seattle, WA, 98119

Phone: (206) 713-8186

https://magnoliahc.wordpress.com/

Amor has been operating Adult Family Homes since 1994, currently has 6 homes, and she has experience with residents with TBI. She does not accept residents with developmental disabilities. Her homes provide all levels of care with 24 hour staffing, awake staff at night, alarmed doors and 1:1 assignment for high needs residents, two RNs rounding daily, designated cooks, activity director, care management, transporting residents to doctor's appointments, visiting PT as needed (who then delegates daily exercises to staff).


Magnolia Home Care III

3412 24th Ave W Seattle, WA, 98199

Phone: (206) 713-8186

https://magnoliahc.wordpress.com/

Amor has been operating Adult Family Homes since 1994, currently has 6 homes, and she has experience with residents with TBI. She does not accept residents with developmental disabilities. Her homes provide all levels of care with 24 hour staffing, awake staff at night, alarmed doors and 1:1 assignment for high needs residents, two RNs rounding daily, designated cooks, activity director, care management, transporting residents to doctor's appointments, visiting PT as needed (who then delegates daily exercises to staff).


Youth Services Mentor Program (YSMP)

213 West 3rd Avenue Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 962-2737

https://sites.google.com/a/kccn.org/ysmp/aboutus

Trains and provides peer mentors to kids who are experiencing difficulty through a number of programs, detailed to reach a specific population. Community-based mentor program (1-2 hours a week) geared toward activities in the communities with youth. Lunch-time mentor program. Mentors interact through lunchtimes at schools for purposes of friendship building and socialization. Homework club--help with homework after school.


Aegis Living of Shoreline

14900 1st Ave NE Shoreline, WA, 98155

Phone: (206) 279-3448

https://www.aegisliving.com/aegis-living-of-shoreline/about-us/

Provides assisted living (studio, one to two bedroom units), short term care (respite) or day stay in studio apartments and PT, OT and SLP rehabilitation. Services include care management, safety checks, assistance with ADLs, medication management, access to registered nurse 7 days a week, individualized meals, one and two person transfers, oxygen, incontinence, ostomy and catheter care, utilities except for telephone, transportation, educational, social and recreational programs, yearly deep cleaning, laundry and wi-fi. Pets are allowed.


Aegis of Queen Anne at Galer

223 West Galer Street Seattle, WA, 98119

Phone: (206) 285-1106

https://www.aegisliving.com/aegis-of-queen-anne-on-galer/about-us/

Provides assisted living, transitional care, 18 apartment secured memory care, and short term respite stays and day care. Ammenities include transportation, outings, social events, worship services, meals, activity space, library, movie theater, hair salon, massage space, 24 hour nursing, traveling doctor, house keeping, laundry, and wi-fi. Pets are allowed. Age taken depends upon the diagnosis. 2.17.2016 Currently openings are available.


Blue Mountain Action Council

1520 Kelly Place, Suite 140 Walla Walla, WA, 99362

Phone: (509) 529-4980

https://www.bmacww.org

Helps with Homelessness Case Management and resources, adult literacy, contracts with 7-1-1, energy assistance, community resources and legal assistance.


Brookdale Allenmore

2010 South Union Avenue Tacoma, Washington, 98405

Phone: (253) 343-5014

https://www.brookdale.com

The Villas Brookdale Senior living provides residency for seniors. They provide independent living, personalized assisted living as well as Alzheimer's and dementia care.


Pierce County Veterans Bureau

925 Tacoma Ave S, Ste B Tacoma Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 798-7449

https://www.co.pierce.wa.us/Index.aspx?NID=123

Emergency Service for Veterans having servced at least 180 days active durty and have a honorable discharge. Must be a WA resident for at least 12 months. The service provides funding for emergency only food, utilities, prescriptions, glasses and rent. The service is available once a year to those that apply. Income based sliding scale. Must be willing/able to work unless disabled. Must call in and have an intake over the phone.


Emeritus at Federal Way

Federal Way, WA, 98003

Phone: (253) 941-0156

https://www.emeritus.com/washington/federal-way/emeritus-federal-way

This facility has enforcement letters. We have not visited them.


Emeritus at Spring Estates

7221 NE 182nd Street Kenmore, WA, 98028

Phone: (425) 481-4200

https://www.emeritus.com/washington/kenmore/emeritus-spring-estates

We have not visited this facility. They have no enforcement letters. This is a senior living facility.


Emeritus at Kirkland

6505 Lakeview Dr NE Kirkland, WA, 98033

Phone: (425) 803-6911

https://www.emeritus.com/washington/kirkland/emeritus-kirkland

We have not visited this senior living facility. They have no enforcement letters.


Emeritus at Renton

71 SW Victoria Street Renton, WA, 98057

Phone: (425) 226-8977

https://www.emeritus.com/washington/renton/emeritus-renton/assisted-living-services

Emeritus at Renton offers independent and assisted living for senior residents with a wide range of different physical abilities in 80 furnished or unfurnished studio and one-bedroom apartments, including a cost sharing option of sharing a "friendship suite." They offer prepared meals, daily activities and exercise programs, weekly housekeeping and laundry, visiting doctors and in-house rehabilitation, a variety of different off-site excursions, and can accommodate small pets. In December 2013, there was one opening for a male resident with a shared bathroom. This facility has not been visited by us and has enforcement letters.


Evergreen Health

12040 NE 128th Street Kirkland, WA, 98034

Phone: (425) 899-1000

https://www.evergreenhealth.com/for_patients/medical_services/evergreen_care_network

Evergreen Care Network is here to help whenever special needs arise as a result of aging, chronic illness or disability. We help people live as independently as possible by creating a network of support from the various social services that exist in this community. Can provide: Information, Referral & Assistance, Case Management, Care for the Caregivers and Eldercare Services.


Cowlitz County Veterans Service Center

1005 Fir Street Longview, WA

Phone: (360) 200-4611

https://www.facebook.com/CowlitzCountyVeteransServiceCenter/info?tab=page_info

For veterans showing discharged under honorable conditions or better who are a Washington resident and a Cowlitz County resident for 90 days or more with an income level at or below 150% of the proverty level, services offered include food assistance, gas vouchers and rent/utility assistance. Services for all veterans include assisted living benefits, compensation claims, community service opportunities, death/survivor benefits, elder care benefits, military records, pension claims, TBRA housing program and VA Healthcare Applications.


End Zone Academy

224 Alder Ave Sumner, WA, 98390

Phone: (206) 930-0382

https://www.facebook.com/EndZoneAcademy

End Zone Academy is dedicated to preparing teens for the game of life. End Zone Academy (EZA) offers proactive life-skills training to pre-teens and teens. The company uses movement, play, yoga, music, music videos, visual analogies, technology, role-playing and mindful materials that create an accepting community while teaching life skills. Such life skills include teamwork, goal-setting, interpersonal skills, communication strategies, problem solving techniques, etc. EZA is committed to bringing quality and affordable instruction to families in Western Washington. Other services and events offered: Life Skills Classes Yoga Calm Classes Spring Break Camps Summer Camps Teen Hangouts Tutoring


Plus One Foundation

3213 W. Wheeler St. #372 Seattle, WA, 98199

Phone: (206) 285-0628

https://www.plusonefoundation.org/

Plus One provides grants for people with neurological disorders, this includes brain trauma & tumors as well as epilepsy, alzheimer's, etc. The grants provide funding for treatments and experiences, like art and water therapy, that insurance does not cover.


Right at Home Seattle and Eastside

11222 Roosevelt Way NE Seattle, Washington, 98125

Phone: (206) 774-1100

https://www.rightathome.net/seattle-eastside

Their senior care services fall into several categories of in-home care for seniors, including services for those with special care situations caused by numerous medical conditions. Services offered are companion care, physical assistance, hygiene, wellness, respite, alzheimer's /dementia, and skilled nursing.


Spokane Transit Mobility Center

701 West Riverside Ave Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 232-6303

https://www.spokanetransit.com/ride-sta/mobility-training

Under the mobility mentor program individuals will receive assistance in learning Spokane transit by way of in-person travel support, in order to help the individual grasp a fixed route. Assistance with travel to their appointments or run errands.


Lewis County Social Services

360 NW North Street Chehalis, WA, 98532

lewiscountywa.gov/publichealth/social-services

Lewis County Social Services coordinates state funding for local agencies providing social services.


Madison House

12215 NE 128th St Kirkland, WA, 98034

Phone: (425) 243-9985

madisonhouseretirement.com

Madison House can provide the finest environment for senior assisted living. Their professional staff and 24/7 nursing team is passionate about caring for our senior population at every level of the aging process. With vibrant activities every day, pet friendly environment and a professional, dedicated team Madison House facilitates an independent lifestyle with support at every level. We take pride in our family serving yours.


Matheny and Associates

3800 Bridgeport Way W Suite A-170 University Place, WA, 98466

Phone: (253) 310-2310

mathenyandassociates.com

We are an association of nurses, social workers, and other medical and holistic practitioners who have come together with the joint purpose of empowering our clients, their families and care teams to make informed and positive choices in their health care and personal lives. Through education, advocacy, collaboration, and truly listening to our clients, we support our clients? improvement in quality of life now, through end of life.


Merrill Gardens at First Hill

1421 Minor Ave Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 624-7637

merrillgardens.com

Merrill Gardens at First Hill provides both independent, assisted living and memory care (which is in a secured unit), as well as hospice and respite care. They are able to provide a high level of care except for intravenous feeding, ventilators, stage three wounds (that go down to the bone), or serious psychiatric needs. They have recreational opportunities and have a space where rehab providers could come in.


Specialized Recreation Metro Parks Tacoma

4702 S 19th St Tacoma, Washington, 98409

Phone: (253) 305-1000

metroparkstacoma.org

Specialized Recreation Metro Parks Tacoma is providing Sport, Social, and Recreational opportunities to people of all abilities! Programs change based on season and activities.


Patriots Landing

1600 Marshall Circle DuPont, Washington, 98327

Phone: (253) 964-4900

patriotslanding.com

Patriots Landing provides retirement housing for military as well as civilians. They offer clubhouse apartments, personalized assisted living and secured memory care


Sam Irving Adult Family Home

1415 2nd St. Puyallup, WA, 98372

Phone: (253) 217-1132

samshouseafh.com

Sam's House AFH Puyallup homes have a LPN on call, nurse delegated CNAs as caregivers in all his homes and 24 hour care with the over night caregiver staying awake (which is rare). He also has beautiful surroundings with frequent outings and provides transportation to doctor appointments (again rare with AFH). Sam has two caregivers on staff during the first two shifts in the homes that currently house TBI clients understanding that TBI behaviors may present an issue for a home with only one. Being that he takes Medicaid patients this added expense is something he is not currently reimbursed for. Sams homes have been definciency free for many years through DSHS. Other homes owned by Sam are in Lakewood and Tacoma. Sam has a reputation in the community as a great AfH owner and even supports his caregivers enough to offer health care insurance.


Smooth Transitions

P.O. Box 30426 Spokane, WA, 99223

Phone: (509) 443-7211

smoothtransitionsspokane.com

Smooth Transitions of the Inland Northwest is an organization of professionals who specialize in assisting older adults and their families with downsizing, aging in place or relocating to a new residence. Our goal is to make the transition as smooth and as simple as possible whether it is advising the client on how to do it themselves or handling the entire project for them. We serve Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. We work with the client and family to find a new home, decide what to take, and arrange for the move to include unpacking and set up of the new home. We also specialize in complete estate dispersal if that becomes necessary. Our services performed with pride and honesty in support of our client's needs and goals.


Social Bridge

1700 7th Ave Ste. 116 #373 Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (425) 533-9671

socialbridgeseattle.com

Social Bridge is a company that specializes in building independent living, social communication, and job skills for teens and young adults who have Asperger Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Brain Injury and developmental differences throughout Seattle and the Eastside. Individual coaching is offered at your home, college, or workplace. The UCLA evidence based PEERS Program, an internationally renowned group social skills training program for parents and their teens age 12-17 (soon to expand to include young adults) who want to learn how to make and keep friends.


The Terrace at Beverly Lake

524 75th Street SE Everett, WA, 98203

Phone: (425) 249-9137

theterraceatbeverlylake.com

The Terrace at Beverly Lake provides a full range of living options for those special residents living with memory challenges


Vancouver Clark Parks & Recreation Department Inclusion Services

Vancouver, WA

Phone: (360) 487-7057

vanclarkparks-rec.org

This program provides a wide range of recreational opportunities to people with disabilities of all ages.


Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery

1004 E 8th Ave. Spokane, WA, 99202

Phone: (509) 535-3155

vanessabehan.org

Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery assistst families with children in times of need. They are open and available for Medical emergencies, lack of safe or reliable care, giving time to resolve personal issues and strengthening parenting skills. Childcare is available for children ages 0 to six for 3 consecutive days with meals included. They also provide parenting classes and crisis counseling. For childcare Vanessa Behan is open 24 hours daily. For other business concerns Vanessa Behan is open 8am to 4:30pm


Visiting Angels Vancouver

1104 Main Street, Suite 550 Vancouver, WA, 98660

Phone: (360) 892-4442

visitingangels.com/vancouver

This organization offers non-medical care, such as in-home care, respite care, senior personal care, elde care, and compain care, to elderly adults to allow them to continue to live independently in their homes.


Hope House

111 W Third Ave Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 455-2886

voaspokane.org

Hope was founded in 1997 in response to the violence on the streets to keep women safe. It is operated by Volunteers of America since 2001. Hope House offers an environment of dignity, respect and compassion for women. There are 34 shelter beds including nutritious food, hygiene items, onsite case management, resource information and referrals to community resources.


Care To Stay Home

12810 E Nora Ave., Suite A-1 Spokane Valley, WA, 99216

Phone: (509) 340-1359

www.CareToStayHomeSpokane.com

Non-medical in-home care. A detailed, individualized, professional assessment of clients needs is completed to determine which special caregiver can meet those needs ? thus creating a perfect match! Once this has been completed a care plan and special training session is performed to assure the needs of the client are met. Each caregiver is 100% guaranteed! There is an emergency, on-call service available 24-hours a day!


Area Agency On Aging & Disabilities of Southwest Washington Cowlitz County

305 S. Pacific Avenue, Suite B Kelso, WA, 98626

Phone: (360) 577-4929

www.HelpingElders.org

This service provides access to a wide range of resources, SWAAD makes it possible for older individuals (60 and over), adults with disabilities and their families to choose the services and living arrangements that suits them best.


Family Caregiver Support Program

2404 Heritage Court SW Olympia, WA, 98502

Phone: (360) 664-3162

www.LMTAAA.org

FCRM is an organization affiliated with AAA, Area Agency on Aging. They provide support to allow people to stay in their homes rather than an institution. They will work with the clients in coordinating home and community services for the elderly and the disabled. For instance, they work with discharge plannings from hospitals to set up services the person will need at home such as home health, or medication assistance.


Family Caregiver Support Program

2404 Heritage Court SW Olympia, WA, 98502

Phone: (360) 664-3162

www.LMTAAA.org

FCRM is an organization affiliated with AAA, Area Agency on Aging. They provide support to allow people to stay in their homes rather than an institution. They will work with the clients in coordinating home and community services for the elderly and the disabled. For instance, they work with discharge plannings from hospitals to set up services the person will need at home such as home health, or medication assistance.


MS Caregiver Support Group

600 E. Jefferson St., A Level Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 284-4236

www.MSnorthwest.org

MS Caregiver support group meets third Friday of each month from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Benefits include discussing MS related and caregiving issues, find reassurance and support from others with similar life experiences, discover resources in your community, become empowered and more self confident in coping with challenges


Kirkland MS Care Partner Support Group

Green Rm B204 12040 NE 128th St Kirkland, Washington, 98033

www.MSnorthwest.org

MS Care Partner Support group meets every 4th Thursday of each month form 6-730pm. Get connected with other spouses and partners, reassurance and support from others with similar life experiences, feel less isolated, discover resources in your community


Pierce County Aging and Disability Resource Center

3602 Pacific Avenue Tacoma, WA, 98418

Phone: (253) 798-4600

www.PierceADRC.org

Pierce County Aging & Disability Resource Center can help you plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice. Provides an access point for those seeking information and assistance regarding programs or services available to older adults or adults with disabilities.


Res Care Home Care Kent

26404 104th Ave SE Ste 100 Kent, Washington, 98030

Phone: (253) 850-6415

www.ResCareHomeCare.com

Res Care Home Care Kent provides In-home care services including: Personal Care and Support, Homemaking, Transportation, Accompaniment and Respite Care.


Res Care Home Care Bellevue

3633 136th Pl SE Ste 305 Bellevue, Washington, 98006

Phone: (425) 289-1257

www.ResCareHomeCare.com

Res Care Home Care provides in home care including: Personal Care and Support, Homemaking, Transportation and Accompaniment and Respite Care.


Res Care Home Care Everett

6917 Evergreen Way Everett, Washington, 98203

Phone: (425) 438-2600

www.ResCareHomeCare.com

Res Care provides in home care including Homemaking / Companion, Personal Care, Rest Assured® Telecare, Skilled Nursing, Respite Care, Geriatric Care Management, Skilled Therapy, and Neuro Therapy.


Retirement Connection Puget Sound

11900 NE 1st Street, Suite 300 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (503) 505-5865

www.RetirementConnection.com

Retirement Connection Puget Sound is a comprehensive resouce guide serving King, Snohomish and Pierce Counties. They provide housing resources, community and home care resources. Serves 50+


Salvation Army Clark County Volunteer Jobs

7509 NE 47th Avenue Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 448-2890

www.SalvationArmyVancouver.org

Salvation Army offers opportunities for people to serve their community as interviewers, receptionist, data entry workers, food handlers, warehouse assistants, drivers, and holiday bell ringers. It is essential to note that at no time may participation in denominational activities be required as a condition for receiving needed services. All service given in the name of Jesus for meeting human needs and caring for hurting persons is in and of itself valued and is a spiritual ministry. All requests are reviewed as funding and material goods are available.


Salvation Army Clark County Back to School

7509 NE 47th Avenue Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 448-2890

www.SalvationArmyVancouver.org

Salvation Army provides a new backpack filled with assorted school supplies donated by the local community. Donations are welcome year round. Registration begins in early August, in time for the childrens return to school each fall. It is essential to note that at no time may participation in denominational activities be required as a condition for receiving needed services. All service given in the name of Jesus for meeting human needs and caring for hurting persons is in and of itself valued and is a spiritual ministry. All requests are reviewed as funding and material goods are available.


Stillaguamish Senior Center

18308 Smokey Point Blvd. Arlington, WA, 98223

Phone: (360) 653-4551

www.Stillycenter.com

The Stillaguamish Senior Center provides services to all seniors that enhance the quality of life, limit isolation and prevent a need for institutionalization. The program areas include Health, Nutrition, Social Service, Housing, Recreation, Education and Transportation. They provide Classes, Trips, Events and Activities, from painting classes to silversmithing. They also provide meals at lunch, 3 days a week at the Center and senior housing units as well.


Visiting Angels Kitsap County

700 Prospect Street, Ste 204 Port Orchard, Washington, 98366

Phone: (360) 602-0609

www.VisitingAngels.com

In home care including: Companion care, respite care, live in care, errands, shopping, light housekeeping etc.


Adagio AFH

3015 51st Place SW Everett, Wa, 98203

Phone: (425) 423-0853

www.adagio-afh.com

Adagio AFH is a Washington State licensed Adult Family Home with Manager Dementia and Mental Health Specialty training, CPR, First Aid, and Nurse Delegation. Adagio AFH is a certified L&I provider. Their Care Team includes a delegating Registered Nurse, Marge Griffiths, with more than 30 years experience in geriatrics. She assists staff with health assessments and care plans, medications, ongoing health changes. She assists with training and supervision of our caregivers all of whom are Certified and Registered Nursing Assistants with years of experience. They are certified for Diabetic Care and injections.


Washington Adult Day Services Association

85 S Washington St, Ste 314 Seattle, WA, 98104

www.adultday.org

WASDA is a coalition of adult day care and adult day health care providers throughout the state of Washington. This site will help you learn more about Adult Day Services and find a center that is right for your loved one. A family member would connect with specific day programs in order to determine whether the program offered is appropriate to the client. Depending upon the program, they might be able to take individuals under 18, or they may be affiliated with a program that does. The list on the website is limited only to members of WASDA. They participate in advocacy, program development work, and quality continuing education workshops which meet state and workplace requirements. Medicaid auditors visit facilities every year.


Aegis Lodge of Kirkland

12629 116th AVE NE Kirkland, WA, 9034

Phone: (425) 814-2841

www.aegislodge.com

Aegis lodge of Kirkland services includes Assisted Living, Memory Care and Specialized Short-Term Care. They have 10 onsite registered nurses covering 24/7. They offer onsite PT, OT, and speech therapies, transportation to doctors appointments and high level of care in the areas including diabetic care, feeding tubes and hospice care.


Aging and Disability Services

700 Fifth Avenue, 51st Floor Seattle, Washington, 98124

Phone: (206) 684-0660

www.agingkingcounty.org

ADS?a division of the Seattle Human Services Department?works in partnership with King County and United Way to improve the health and quality of life for seniors and adults with disabilities; connect seniors and adults with disabilities with helpful resources; and provide help and support for caregivers.


Aging and Disability Services Case Management Program

700 fifth Ave, 51st floor Seattle, Washington, 98124

Phone: (206) 684-0660

www.agingkingcounty.org

The Aging and Disability Services (ADS) Case Management Program provides in depth assistance to adults who have significant health and social needs. Case managers conduct in-home assessments and consultations, and develop and implement service plans that addresses individuals? needs. Case managers provide residents with a broad range of support and access to community services that enable them to live as self-sufficiently as possible, avoid unnecessary relocation to long-term care facilities, or being evicted Case managers have regular follow-up contact with clients and service providers to ensure that the clients? situations have stabilized. Short-term counseling is provided if needed. ADS Case Management clients are age 18 and older. Screening and referral for case management services are provided through the Information & Assistance programs, and the State DSHS Home and Community Services.


Alabama Hill Adult Family Home

3614 Alabama St. Bellingham, WA, 98229

www.alabamahillafh.com

Thier commitment is in maintaining an enhanced quality of life for their residents. The home is designed to provide for the senior including ease of accessibility of all amenieis. They have private rooms, rooms for couples and provide a full range of socialacitivites as well as provision of magazine and subscription services. There is a seasonal garden as well as a large veranda or covered patio.


Karr House

1649 Broadway Avenue Hoquiam, WA, 98550

Phone: (360) 532-3007

www.alcco.com

This service provides compassionate, quality care for residents and their families in a homelike senior living community with individual care plans, a full-time registered nurse,and a variety of stimulating activities. Its care levels include assisted living, respite care, and urgent placement.


Louisa House

2240 Maine Street Ferndale, Washington, 98248

Phone: (360) 384-9017

www.alcco.com

Louisa House is a Senior Living Community.


Alderwood Convalescent Center

2726 Alderwood Ave. Bellingham, Washington, 98225

Phone: (360) 733-2322

www.alderwoodpark.com

A family owned long term care and skilled nursing facility, Alderwood Park Convalescent Center proudly provides in-house skilled Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy Services 7 days a week based on individual need. Alderwood Park Convalescent Center provides continuous skilled nursing care for short term and long term care residents.


Alliance Nursing Foxglove Meadow AFH

Snohomish, WA

Phone: (425) 483-3303

www.alliancenursing.com

Call the main line to inquire about availability. No addresses are given on website. They specialize in providing high tech, complex patient care in a home-like setting for up to fourteen adults. Adult Family Home clients generally have complex needs, and are ventilator dependent, have tracheotomies, IV, significant wounds or other medically intensive care needs. They do work with people who have had a brain injury. The Adult Family Homes work well for clients in need of 24-hour care, but who are allotted benefits totaling less than 24 hours a day. In the Adult Home, clients are able to share home health benefits and round the clock nursing care to ensure their needs are covered. RNs and LPNs work 8 or 12 hour shifts, 24 hours per day, along with nurse?s aides, who also work around the clock.


Alliance Nursing Camellia House AFH

Lynnwood, WA

Phone: (425) 483-3303

www.alliancenursing.com

Call the main line to inquire about availability. No addresses are given on website. They specialize in providing high tech, complex patient care in a home-like setting for up to fourteen adults. Adult Family Home clients generally have complex needs, and are ventilator dependent, have tracheotomies, IV, significant wounds or other medically intensive care needs. They do work with people who have had a brain injury. The Adult Family Homes work well for clients in need of 24-hour care, but who are allotted benefits totaling less than 24 hours a day. In the Adult Home, clients are able to share home health benefits and round the clock nursing care to ensure their needs are covered. RNs and LPNs work 8 or 12 hour shifts, 24 hours per day, along with nurse?s aides, who also work around the clock.


ALS Evergreen Chapter

19115 68th Ave S Suite #H-105 Kent, WA, 98032

Phone: (425) 656-1650

www.alsa-ec.org

The ALS Association (National Office and the Evergreen Chapter) operates under a shared mission: to empower people with Lou Gehrig's disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support, and to lead the fight to cure and treat ALS through global, cutting-edge research. Including: Monthly Support group meeting, Monthly Caregiver support group meeting, Teen Support Program, Children's programs, Patient education opportunities, Healthcare professionals education opportunities, Information and referrals, Free Equipment loan program and Local advocacy. [12/2013] Augmentative Communications is limited at this time. Respite Care is unavailable at this time


Aging and Long Term Care of Eastern Washington

1222 North Post Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 458-2509

www.altcew.org

ALTCEW provides assistance in gaining COPES and COPEs waiver services, home delivered meals, minor home repair and respite services. They also provide 'caregiver training' classes.


Aging and LongTerm Care Ellensburg

206 W 1st Avenue Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 925-8765

www.altcwashington.com

Aging & Long Term Care exists to maximize the degree of independence and quality of service to individuals using, and agencies providing, community-based services. They advocate for Older Americans and adults with disabilities within their service areas; identify the needs of elders and disabled adults and create multi-year plans for the development of comprehensive community-based services which meet those needs in each local community; administer Older Americans Act, state and private funds that support long term care services; contract with community service providers to provide: in-home care to elders and adults with disabilities, senior nutrition, legal services, caregiver support services, respite care, senior transportation, foot care and many other services; provide community-based services to include: Senior Information & Assistance, Family Caregiver Support, Case Management Respite and Nursing Services; serve as a resource for Long Term Care (LTC) information and create awareness of LTC trends and needs within the service delivery area; monitor community-based long term care services for quality assurance and develop plans for continuous quality improvement.


A New Horizon Adult Family Home, Inc

4833 Glenhaven Dr Everett, WA, 98203

Phone: (425) 252-1138

www.anewhorizonadultfamilyhome.com

Warm, loving family atmosphere in a spacious and elegant 6 bedroom home in a prestigious neighborhood. They take people from their 30s up who are able to self toilet, non aggressive, and don?t need line of sight supervision or a secure site. They administer medications, are prepared to deal with clients having cognitive issues, mental health issues, developmental delays. On site beautician, foot care, RN, activities to keep the mind active,


April Garden Adult Family Home

16322 65th Ave Snohomish, WA, 98296

Phone: (360) 863-3898

www.aprilgarden.agingsafely.com

This facility provides for provision of 24 hour/7 days a week care in a home like setting


Arc of Kitsap & Jefferson Counties

3243 N. Perry Avenue Bremerton, WA, 98370

Phone: (360) 377-3473

www.arckj.org

The Arc provides advocacy and information and referral services to help individuals and families access needed services. Counseling is provided on a short-term basis to individuals with developmental disabilities and/or to their families through a referral from the Developmental Disability Division of DSHS. Other programs include Friday Night dance, Parent to Parent, and Representative Payee Program.


Parent to Parent Support Programs of Washington State

2638 State Ave NE Olympia, Washington, 98506

www.arcwa.org

Parent to Parent (P2P) is a network of 17 community programs and a program at Seattle Children's and is a program of the Arc of Washington. Many times, parents of children with special needs have even greater necessity for a supportive connections as they deal with unique issues not commonly shared by all parents. Activities include: Free confidential services, matching parents in one to one relationships with skilled experience parents in the community based on similar diagnoses and family issues.


Arc of Washington State

2638 State Ave NE Olympia, WA, 98506

www.arcwa.org

The State entity is the recipient of grant money to improve outcomes for youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, including Autism, as they transition from school to adult life. They offer a series of educational webinars to affiliated chapters. The website is a font of information in the form of Fact Sheets, Publications, online Tool Kits to educate the public and enable advocacy on the grassroots level, Medical Information, Links, a Job Board for posting and searching for jobs, and The Medicaid Reference Desk which is a resource for people with intellectual disabilities and their families to learn about Medicaid and other public benefits, services and supports.


Arc of Whatcom County

2602 McLeod Rd Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 715-0170

www.arcwhatcom.org

The Arc of Whatcom County provides information and referrals, educational programs and workshops to help meet the unique and individual needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families, guardians and caregivers. They have a community center where people can come together to enjoy recreational and educational activities. The goal of the Parent Coalition is to enable persons with developmental disabilities and their parents/guardians to become effective and involved in accessing community service in Whatcom County. They teach self-advocacy to the disabled including youth.


Associated Ministries

901 S 13th S Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 383-3056

www.associatedministries.org

As a crossroad for communication and cooperation, Associated Ministries engage and equip congregations and others to address the many needs in Pierce County through advocacy, education and service. Services include Access Point 4 Housing, Volunteer for AP4H, Circles of Empowerment, Community Connections, Family Emergency Fund, Homeless Mail Service, Landlord Liaison Project, Moments of Blessing, Open Hearth Ministries, Protective Payee and Severe Weather Assistance.


Avamere Heritage Rehabilitation of Tacoma

7411 Pacific Avenue Tacoma, Washington, 98408

Phone: (253) 474-8456

www.avamereheritagerehaboftacoma.com

Avamere Heritage Rehabilitation of Tacoma provides Transitional Rehabilitation, Skilled Nursing, and Physical therapy. This is a residential facility that also provides long term care. Avamere is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Bay Pointe Retirement & Marine Court Memory Care

966 Oyster Bay Court Bremerton, WA, 98312

Phone: (360) 373-9904

www.baypointretirement.com

Bay Pointe Retirement is an assisted living facility. Their services include: Podiatry service ?Medication monitoring and assistance ?24 Hour Nursing Staff ?Diabetic monitoring ?Incontinence management ?Bathing, dressing and grooming assistance


Benevia

910 N 137th Street Seattle, Washington, 98133

www.benevia.com

Benevia provides transition management at no charge for older adults and their families. They help with moving, home sale, home care and placement services as well as legal, financial and insurances


Benevolent Adult Family Home Kirkland

11821 102nd Place N.E. Kirkland, WA, 98034

Phone: (425) 891-4439

www.benevolent-afh.com/

Their home specialize in dementia, mental health, and developmental disability services. The AFH cares about the needs of each and every resident. They provide constant entertainment for our residents, as we take measures to ensure the security of their safety and health. AFH provides care 24 hours a day in by staff trained to give quality care in a loving and gentle manner. They Specialize in serving people with mental health problems, disabilities, and dementia. They provide three nutritious meals a day, plus snacks.


Benevolent Adult Family Home Bothell

8611 N.E. 144th Street Bothell, WA, 98011

Phone: (425) 891-4439

www.benevolent-afh.com/

Their home specialize in dementia, mental health, and developmental disability services. The AFH cares about the needs of each and every resident. They provide constant entertainment for our residents, as we take measures to ensure the security of their safety and health. AFH provides care 24 hours a day in by staff trained to give quality care in a loving and gentle manner. They Specialize in serving people with mental health problems, disabilities, and dementia. They provide three nutritious meals a day, plus snacks.


Beverly's Daughter

1555 NW Market Street Seattle, Washington, 98107

Phone: (206) 782-4464

www.beverlysdaughter.com

Beverly's Daughter is a retail store in Seattle, WA inspired by one woman's experience caring for her mother during the advanced stages of her life. They have gathered together useful and unique products designed to make it easier to care for aging parents or other loved ones. The products in this store help to provide safety and independence to seniors and ease the burden of care for family members. We can provide products and information to help with nearly every challenge.


Boys & Girls Club of South Puget Sound

5136 N 26th St. Tacoma, Wa, 98402

Phone: (253) 502-4640

www.bgcsps.org

Boys & Girls Club of South Puget Sound offers after School Care and Summer Day Camp.


Spokane Family & Care Giver Brain Injury Support Group

711 S Cowley Street, #200 Spokane, WA, 99202

www.braininjuryspokane.org

Brain Injury Support Group the 4th Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. ? 7:30 p.m.


Spokane TBI Survivor Support Group

711 S Cowley Street, #200 Spokane, WA, 99202

www.braininjuryspokane.org

Brain Injury Support Group the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. ? 9;00 p.m.


Brigid Collins Family Support Center Whatcom

1231 N Garden Street #200 Bellingham, Washington, 98225

Phone: (360) 734-4616

www.brigidcollins.com

Brigid Collins is a private, non-profit organization formed in 1990 to serve families in Whatcom County. Working to break the cycle of child abuse


Clare Bridge Brookdale Senior Living

8811 176th Street East Puyallup, Washington, 98375

Phone: (253) 445-1300

www.brookdaleliving.com

Clare Bridge provides senior housing that includes independent living, assisted living and alarmed, locked memory care for those with dementia diagnosis. Age is on a case by case basis.


Canterbury Manor

703 Callahan Drive Bremerton, WA, 98310

Phone: (360) 377-0113

www.canterburymanor.org

Canterbury Manor is an independent senior living community. They offer fully prepared meals, routine health screenings, housekeeping, and transportation.


Care Force Excellence In Caregiving

19401 40th Ave W Lynnwood, Washington, 98036

Phone: (425) 712-1999

www.careforce.com

Care Force provides in home caregiving. An assessment is required initially to develop a care plan for the individual. They provide short term and long term care, companions, liv in care and special care


Carewatchers

2018 156th Ave NE Suite 100, Building F Bellevue, WA, 98007

Phone: (800) 564-8185

www.carewatchers.org

Carewatchers is an elder/senior housing placement and referral agency that is twofold. They help families find the appropriate senior housing facility, senior community, or in-home care agency that meet the needs and desires of our elder/seniors. Secondly, they help senior housing facilities fill their vacancies with residents and provide referrals for in-home care agencies that match their care and services.


CAST for Kids Programs

297 S.W. 41st St. Renton, WA, 98057

Phone: (425) 251-3214

www.castforkids.org

The C.A.S.T. program provides one day fishing and boating events designed to accommodate children with a wide range of special needs.


Cay Care Placement

2813 East Main Puyallup, WA, 98360

Phone: (253) 414-7337

www.caycare.com

Placement Services Including: Independent Living, Assisted Living, AFH, Dementia Unit or In Home care: Resource Services Including: Asset Preservation, Elder Law Attorneys, Veteran Benefits/Long Term Care, Care Management, Family Mediation, Chronic Illness Nurse Management


CayCare Elder Care and Senior Living Advisors

CayCare 2813 E Main Puyallup, WA, 98372

www.caycare.com

CayCare helps families find long-term care options for seniors, and would be open to looking for placement for younger individuals as well. They provide personal assistance by clinically trained nurses, social workers, and care managers for placement in private pay facilities. They also provide referrals to facilities that accept Medicaid payment, but would not visit these home with clients. Referrals to resources for Veteran's benefits, long-term care insurance, legal assistance, financial planning, funeral planning and more. Founder Lisa Doyle has worked with clients with brain injuries, chronic disease management, home health and hospice.


Child Care Aware of Olympic Peninsula

3729 Griffin Lane Olympia, WA, 98507

Phone: (360) 786-8907

www.ccacwa.org/

Working through 7 local child care resource and referral programs serving every county in the state, Child Care Aware of Washington helps child care providers by offering professional training, educational scholarships, and an abundance of resources, helps parents by supplying valuable information on licensed child care in their area and tips for selecting a child care provider, and helps businesses by developing programs to benefit employees and enhance economic policymakers, business leaders, educators and other local partners in support of high-quality child care.


Catholic Community Services Long Term Care SW Washington

7409 NE Hazel Dell Ave, Suite 112 Vancouver, WA, 98665

Phone: (360) 213-1023

www.ccsw.org

This service provides non-medical assistance to aging persons and those with disabilities living in their homes in every county in western Washington. Home care workers do everything from housework, such as the grocery shopping, the laundry and dishes, to personal care such as dressing, bathing, and helping transferring from the bed. Care may be just a few hours a day, or around the clock.


Catholic Community Services Health Homes

9300 NE Oak View Drive Vancouver, WA, 98662

Phone: (360) 852-4768

www.ccsww.org

This service provides integration or close coordination of primary and behavioral health/substance use services, which focuses on serving individuals with one or more chronic health conditions. It provides the additional six specific services: Comprehensive care management Care coordination & health promotion Comprehensive transitional care & follow-up Patient and family support Referral to community & social support services Use of information technology to link services, if applicable


Clark County Veterans Assistance Center

1305 Columbia Street Suit 100 Vancouver, WA, 98660

Phone: (360) 693-7030

www.ccvac.net

This center helps veterans access the VA medical system, apply for their VA benefits, and reintegrate into the community. This center also helps veterns and their families find services, and resources to meet their basic needs.


Child Care Resources

1225 S Weller, Suite 300 Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 329-1011

www.childcare.org/

Child Care Resources improves all children?s access to high quality early learning experiences by engaging with families, caregivers, and communities. CCR operates a statewide referral center that helps families find and pay for child care that fits their needs, provides information on quality care and school readiness and delivers enhanced services for families who are homeless or have children with special needs. We provide coaching, technical assistance and professional development for child care providers in King and Pierce Counties so they can develop and improve the quality of their care for all children. In addition, they provide: customized child care referrals and information to all Washington families via phone or on-line enhanced case management and child care subsidy for families experiencing homelessness or with other special needs community support, tools and information for family, friend and neighbor caregivers


Children's Country Home

14643 NE 166th St Woodinville, WA, 98072

Phone: (425) 806-9453

www.childrenscountryhome.org

This Pediatric Group Home, with 24 hour skilled nursing care, finds therapy through outside providers for the children in their care. They also enroll the children in school. They serve children 0-18 in this 8 bed home, which generally has openings. They also do respite care. They take Medicaid/Medicare in combination with medically intensive program through DDD as well as private insurance and private pay.


Choice Advisory Services

15819 68th Ave SE Mill Creek, WA, 98296

Phone: (425) 338-0265

www.choiceadvisory.com

Choice Advisory Services provides personalized referrals for senior housing, senior care, and in-home care services by matching clients specific needs with the most suitable resources in their area. Choice work with facilities that take private pay, long term care, VA benefit and Medicare.


Clark County Public Health Department

1601 Plain Blvd. Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 397-8000

www.clark.wa.gov/public-health/servicesl

This service provides disease prevention information and resources. It offers wellness and good nutrition programs to individuals, families, and first time mothers and their babies. It issues birth and death records and reaches out to at-risk and vulnerable populations, Its websit offers a wealth of informative and educatioal health-related information.


Clearwater Springs

201 NW 78th Street Vancouver, WA, 98665

Phone: (360) 546-3344

www.clearwaterspringsseniorliving.com

Clear Water Springs is an Assisted Living facility. They provide complete on-site physical rehabilitation (Medicare-certified), occupational and speech therapy (Medicare-certified), monthly health screenings and blood pressure checks. Amenities include: they are pet friendly, three restaurant-style, home cooked meals in the dining room plus snacks, a private dining room for family and special occasions, an outdoor gardening area, lifestyle and wellness activities (cultural, educational, and social), exercise classes and wellness activities, weekly housekeeping and linen services, a resource library with resident computers, reading lounges and card rooms, a full service beauty salon, resident and guest parking, Landscaped courtyards and patio areas, Bus transportation, snow removal from roads and sidewalks, interior & exterior maintenance of buildings, grounds, and apartments including all community provided appliances. Monthly payment includes all utilities (except personal phone and cable TV), full range of assistance with all activities of daily living ( bathing, dressing, and personal hygiene), help with Medications, 24-hour call alert service and 24-hour staffing.


Thurston County Health and Social Services

412 Lilly Rd. NE Olympia, WA, 98506

Phone: (360) 867-2500

www.co.thurston.wa.us/health/

Enviornmental Health, Drinking Water, Well, Education, Outreach, Environmental Service, Food Safety, Hazardous Waste, Land Use, Septic Systems, Solid Waste, Surface Water, Personal Health, Child Care, Chronic Disease, Communicable Disease, Immunization Influenza, Personal Health Care, Social Service, Alcohol Drug Dependency ,Developmental Disabilities, Mental Health


Child Care Aware of Eastern Washington

25 W Main Suite 310 Spokane, WA, 99201

www.community-minded.org/child-care

Child Care Aware of Washington helps child care providers by offering professional training, educational scholarships, and an abundance of resources; helps parents by supplying valuable information on licensed child care in their area and tips for selecting a child care provider; and helps businesses by developing programs to benefit employees and enhance economic policymakers, business leaders, educators and other local partners in support of high-quality child care.


PATH Housing

317 E. 39th Street Vancouver, WA, 98663

Phone: (360) 823-1077

www.communityservicesnw.org

This service works with individuals who are homeless or in danger of being homeless who have mental health illnesses. The service works to help then get services and housing.


Concierge Care Advisors

2608 Second Ave #224 Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 605-5361

www.conciergecareadvisors.com

Concierge Care Advisors provide a free service to assess the care needs of an aging loved one. They will provide a one on one assessment, provider research, senior living option tours.


Crime Victims Advocacy Network

2000 Lakeridge Drive SW Bldg 2 Olympia, WA, 98502

Phone: (360) 786-5601

www.cvan11.org

The Crime Victims Advocacy Network provides Information & Referral, Assistance applying for Crime Victims Compensation, Crisis Intervention, Legal & Systems Advocacy, Community Outreach & Education.


Dads Move

PO Box 950 Tacoma, WA, 98401

Phone: (425) 243-7028

www.dadsmove.org

"Dads Motivating Others with Voices of Experience" DadsMOVE is home to "Dadvocates" who mentor others. They are a family-focused, dads driven peer support model, providing Support, Training, Advocacy, and Resources. The vision of DadsMOVE is to provide every special needs parent/caregiver (especially dads!) that we connect with, the tools, support, and training needed to be fully engaged in the recovery of their children. They put on many events such as workshops, weekend trainings and Dad Support Groups.


Division of Developmental Disabilities

1700 E Cherry St #200 Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 568-5700

www.dshs.wa.gov/ddd

The Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) assists individuals with developmental disabilities and their families to obtain services and supports based on individual preference, capabilities and needs, and which promote everyday activities, routines and relationships common to most citizens. An individual with a brain injury could qualify if the injury occurred before age 18 under three categories: 1) Epilepsy: Must have a formal diagnosis of epilepsy, seizures must be uncontrollable by medication, and the individual?s adaptive skills must be low. For eligible individuals, DDD provides case management. Medicaid/Waiver Personal Care in one?s own home is available, as well as behavioral assistance. DDD also has adult family homes and adult residential care centers, employment assistance with DVR (starting at age 21), and transportation to medical appointments. Other programs under DDD include Infant Toddler Early Intervention Program, voluntary foster care, community supports (adult day programs), and residential habilitation centers.


DSHS- Division of Children and Family Services

9650 15th Ave SW Suite 200 Seattle, WA, 98106

www.dshs.wa.gov

CPS provides 24 hour daily intake, screening and investigative services in response to reports of suspected child abuse and neglect. Child Welfare Services provides permanency planning and intensive treatment services to children and families with child abuse/neglect issues or ongoing intensive medical needs.


Powerful Tools for Caregivers Bellevue

12831 NE 21st Place Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 250-7030

www.eads-cares.org

National, Evidenced Based 6 week class teaching caregivers of adults and youth how to take care of themselves. Caregivers need not have loved ones enrolled in any EADS programs in order to be eligible. Onsite respite care provided for your loved one while you are taking class. Qualifying caregivers will be offered three individual counseling sessions. Sessions may also be purchased at $25.00 a session for qualifying caregivers. Additionally there is a program called Destinations which provides three hours of free respite care one Saturday a month. All programs are subject to capacity levels.


Young Adult Achievement Center Bellevue

12831 NE 21st Place Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 867-1799

www.eads-cares.org

Through the Young Adult Achievement Center, EADS Care Services provides social, recreational and educational programming for adults ages 18-30 with acquired or developmental disabilities. During a scheduled day from 8:00 to 5:00, services include individualized social and recreational programming, EADS? research-based, asset-driven Individual Achievement Plan (IAP), interest/ability balanced facilitated peer groups, evidence-based exercise programs developed for adults with disabilities (for both gross and fine motor skills), nutritionally-balanced meals, special diets, lifelong learning in science, world geography, world history, technology, literature, life skills and enrichment including art, crafts, music, theater, cooking, communication, conflict resolution, preparation for job searches, health/hygiene, pop culture, relationships, personal care services, field trips, pet therapy, and peer mentoring.


Elder & Adult Day Services Bellevue

12831 NE 21st Place Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 867-1799

www.eads-cares.org

Elder and Adult Day Services (EADS) provides relief to caregivers by offering adult day health programs focused on frail seniors and adults with developmental disabilities. They also welcome brain injured clients. EADS? cost-effective, quality programs allow care-giving individuals, who choose to care for a loved one in a home setting, to maintain life balance. Structured activities, health and rehabilitation programs, and socialization are offered help adults in the community maintain optimum health and functional independence. There is a nurse and occupational therapist on site. Nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.


Edmonds Landing

180 Second Ave. S Edmonds, WA, 98020

Phone: (425) 744-1181

www.edmondslanding.com

Edmonds Landing offers retirement living as well as assisted living. Some of their amenities include: Medication monitoring and assistance, Diabetic monitoring, Incontinence management, Grooming, Laundry, Dressing, Bathing


Eastside Legal Assistance Program

14812 Main St Bellevue, WA, 98007

Phone: (425) 747-7274

www.elap.org

The Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP) is a non-profit organization that provides high-quality, no-cost civil legal services to survivors of domestic violence throughout King County, Washington, and to low-income residents of East and Northeast King County.Clients receive 30 minute (45 minute for bankruptcy and family law) appointments with an attorney to discuss their legal issue and to receive advice on how to address their legal issue. Clinics are held in some shelters and social service agencies on the Eastside.


Empower Up

5000 E Fourth Plain Blvd Suite E-101 & F Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 735-0888

www.empowerupnow.org

Empower Up provides computers, education, job skills training and access to the Internet to those in need by reusing and marketing computers diverted from the waste stream. Empower Up focuses their efforts in four areas or students, seniors, families in need and nonprofits.


Mountainview House

2647 NW Kent Street Camas, WA, 98607

Phone: (360) 834-3988

www.enlivant.com

Registered Nurse Wellnes Director 24-hour on-site care team Assitance with medications, bathing, and dressing Transfer and mobility assistance Incontinence care and support Diabetes management Resipiratory care including oxygent Coordination of rehab services, physical, occupational, and speech therapy Emergency call system Exercise and wellness programs


Child Care Aware of Southwest Washington

2500 NE 65th Ave Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 750-7429

www.esd112earlylearning.org

Child Care Aware of Washington helps child care providers by offering professional training, educational scholarships, and an abundance of resources and helps parents by supplying valuable information on licensed child care in their area and tips for selecting a child care provider.


Emergency Support Shelter

304 Cowlitz Way Kelso, WA, 98626

Phone: (360) 425-1176

www.esshelter.com

This service provides comprehensive support services to victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence. It also provide services to families and friends of victims and survivors, helping them address their own reactions to victimization, so they can effectively support the victim.


Everett Community College Domestic Violence Support

2000 Tower Street Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 388-9100

www.everetcc.edu

Offers support groups dealing with a variety of issues such as domestic violence


Evergreen Manor

2601 Summit Ave Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 259-5842

www.evergreenmanor.org

The programs at Evergreen Manor are CARF Accredited. They offer domestic violence and Anger management service which include "Domestic Violence Perpetrator Treatment. This program is a year long program which includes education group therapy, and counseling on an individual basis. The program is certified through DSHS Children's Administration. Anger Management classes are 12 week duration designed to help those who have trouble controlling their tempers but do not have the problems of control issues. Some clients may also be in chemical dependency treatment at the same time and who have concommitant issues of the anger as a trigger to relapse of chemical substances.


Family Resource Home Care- Seattle

10700 Meridian Ave N Suite 215 Seattle, Washington, 98133

Phone: (206) 545-1092

www.familyresourcehomecare.com

Family Resource Home Care provides non-medical assistance to help clients live at home comfortably and independently. Their caregivers are available for as little as 2 hours per week or up to providing continuous 24/7 care. Some services provided: ?Personal Care ?Meal planning and preparation ?Companion Care ?Errands, shopping and Transportation ?Housekeeping ?Geriatric Care Management ?Live-in Care ?Dementia/Alzheimer?s Care ?Transitional Care/Hospital to Home ?End of Life Care ?Skilled Nursing/Nurse Delegation ?Respite Care ?Chronic Care ?Neurological Care


Genesis Healthcare Monroe House Reitrement and Care Center

1405 Monroe Street Moses Lake, WA, 98837

Phone: (509) 765-2200

www.genesishcc.com

Genesis Health Care Center Monroe House Retirement and Care Center provides independent and skilled living.


Hampton at Salmon Creek Memory Care Community

2305 NE 129th Street Vancouver, WA, 98686

Phone: (360) 949-7647

www.hamptonsalmoncreek.com

This facility offers specially trained dementia caregivers, 24-hour on-site licensed nurses, complete medication service, Diabetic Management Program, memory care, respite care, and care by the hour.


Handi Habitats

Issaquah, WA, 98027

Phone: (425) 281-9901

www.handihabitats.com

Handi Habitats works for people with physical challenges and their families to remove the impediments that restrict movement in the home. Their goal is the creation of an accessible home that meets your needs. Projects included vary from building wheelchair ramp, accessible home additions and cabinets to installing automatic door openers and creating many other types of accommodations.


Gig Harbor Support Group

4121 Harborview Dr Gig Harbor, WA, 98332

www.harborspeech.com

This Brain Injury Support Group meets from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. the fourth Thursday of each month.


Harborview Medical Center Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress

401 Broadway, Fl2 Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 744-1600

www.hcsats.org

The Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress is a source of medical care and information, individual and group counseling, advocacy services and referrals. The Center provides counseling for individuals and families who have undergone sexual assault or some other traumatic stressful experience.


Health Support Center

1212 Indian Street Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 733-6714

www.healthsupportcenter.org/

The Health Support Center provides office and other essential services to self-help support groups, advocacy groups, and/or independent advocates, who serve persons with health impairments or disabilities and/or caregivers of such persons. Support includes emotional support individually and in regular group meetings, distribution of information and personal assistance, assistance in obtaining public services and benefits, increasing professional awareness, increasing awareness among government officials, community education programs, skilled volunteers to assist in access issues, and research support.


The Hearthstone Retirement Living at Green Lake

6720 E Green Lake Way N Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 517-2222

www.hearthstone.org

The Hearthstone provides short term rehabilitation services, Independent Living, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing and Memory Care.


Heavenly Acres Adult Family Home I

27115-76th Ave Graham, WA, 98338

Phone: (253) 255-5593

www.heavenlyacres.info

Heavenly Acres is a family oriented atmosphere for seniors. It is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care whether you are independent needing just a room and meals, need hospice care, or need assistance with daily activities. Heavenly Acres provides friendly and professional staff that are dedicated in meeting the needs of each resident. We provide a warm and loving family atmosphere alongside a clean and safe environment. Heavenly Acres is located just 15 miles south of Private room is not covered by DSHS, but is offered at additional cost.


Heavenly Acres Adult Family Home III

27204 76th Ave Graham, WA, 98338

Phone: (253) 255-5593

www.heavenlyacres.info

Heavenly Acres is a family oriented atmosphere for seniors. It is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care whether you are independent needing just a room and meals, need hospice care, or need assistance with daily activities. Heavenly Acres provides friendly and professional staff that are dedicated in meeting the needs of each resident. We provide a warm and loving family atmosphere alongside a clean and safe environment. Heavenly Acres is located just 15 miles south of Private room is not covered by DSHS, but is offered at additional cost.


Heavenly Acres Adult Family Home II

27215 76th Ave Graham, WA, 98338

Phone: (253) 255-5593

www.heavenlyacres.info

Heavenly Acres is a family oriented atmosphere for seniors. It is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care whether you are independent needing just a room and meals, need hospice care, or need assistance with daily activities. Heavenly Acres provides friendly and professional staff that are dedicated in meeting the needs of each resident. We provide a warm and loving family atmosphere alongside a clean and safe environment. Heavenly Acres is located just 15 miles south of Private room is not covered by DSHS, but is offered at additional cost.


Area Agency on Aging and Disability of SW Washington Clark County

201 NE 73rd Street, Suite 201 Vancouver, WA, 98665

Phone: (360) 735-5720

www.helpingelders.org

This service connects callers to community resources designed to promote choice, improve quality of life and respect independence. AAADSW administers in home and community-based services. Programs include: Information and Assistance, Case Management, In-home Personal Care, Family Caregiver Support, Nutrition, Senior Transportation, Long Term Care Ombudsman and Legal Services. Additionally, AAADSW coordinates patients? care across multiple providers and helps individuals transition from hospital or nursing home to home.


Area Agency on Aging and Disability of SW Washington Clark County

201 NE 73rd Street, Suite 201 Vancouver, WA, 98665

Phone: (360) 735-5720

www.helpingelders.org

This service connects callers to community resources designed to promote choice, improve quality of life and respect independence. AAADSW administers in home and community-based services. Programs include: Information and Assistance, Case Management, In-home Personal Care, Family Caregiver Support, Nutrition, Senior Transportation, Long Term Care Ombudsman and Legal Services. Additionally, AAADSW coordinates patients? care across multiple providers and helps individuals transition from hospital or nursing home to home.


Helping Hand House

4321 2nd St SW Puyallup, WA, 98373

Phone: (253) 848-6096

www.helpinghandhouse.org/

Helping Hand House is dedicated to ending family homelessness by providing caring support, education, and innovative programs designed to empower families to achieve self-sufficiency. Helping Hand House develops and implements model programs in partnership with community resources to strengthen families with children while contributing to healthier communities.


Highland Care Center

2400 Samish Way Bellingham, Washington, 98229

Phone: (360) 734-4800

www.highlandcare.com

Highland Care Center provides 24-hour high quality nursing care for all residents. In addition, respite care is available so that caregivers can have a little well-deserved time off from providing care around-the-clock care to a loved one, and their loved one can experience a change of pace in a stimulating, safe environment. For those staying for short term rehabilitation they offer rooms with many amenities. These amenities include; phone, television, wi-fi, electric beds, and daily bathing assistance (by request). In order to assist residents in recuperating as quickly as possible they offer therapy seven days per week. They also have 20 private suites which allow short stay residents a quieter space to heal and rest.


HomePlace at Burlington

210 N Skagit St. Burlington, WA, 98233

Phone: (360) 755-7000

www.homeplaceburlington.com

Homeplace at Burlington offers comprehensive and caring Alzheimer's and dementia care in Burlington


Hope

2305 NE 129th ST Vancounver, WA, 98686

Phone: (951) 237-7847

www.hopedementiasupport.org

Hope provides advocacy, support and education to individuals caring for people with all types of dementia. Open to everyone free of charge. We provide: Weekly Meetings Education about dementia Time for sharing about your week Resources


Hearing Speech and Deafness Center North Sound

114 West Magnolia St. Suite 106 Bellingham, Washington, 98225

Phone: (360) 647-0910

www.hsdc.org

A comprehensive list of services at Hearing, Speech & Deafness Center include Audiology, Hearing Aids & Accessories; Assistive Technology; Case Management & Advocacy for Deaf Community Members, hard-of-hearing and late-deafened youth, families and adults; Speech Therapy & Aural (Re)habilitation; Interpreting services; Information about ADA Workplace Accommodations.


Hearing Speech and Deafness Center Seattle

1625 19th Avenue Seattle, Washington, 98122

Phone: (206) 323-5770

www.hsdc.org

For 75 years, HSDC has worked to remove communication barriers for people with hearing loss, speech challenges, and other communication barriers, empowering them to achieve their full potential. Joining direct services with systemic change creates an inclusive and accessible community. Their comprehensive services span the life cycle and include: Early Childhood Learning, Community ASL Classes, Audiology Services, Speech Therapy, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Advocacy Services, American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreting, and an Assistive Technology Store.


Hearing Speech and Deafness Center South Sound

621 Tacoma Avenue South Ste 505 Tacoma, Washington, 98402

Phone: (253) 475-0782

www.hsdc.org

For 75 years, HSDC has worked to remove communication barriers for people with hearing loss, speech challenges, and other communication barriers, empowering them to achieve their full potential. Joining direct services with systemic change creates an inclusive and accessible community. Their comprehensive services span the life cycle and include: Early Childhood Learning, Community ASL Classes, Audiology Services, Speech Therapy, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Advocacy Services, American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreting, and an Assistive Technology Store.


Innovative Services NW Adult Day Health Center

9414 NE Fourth Plain Rd. Vancouver, WA, 98662

Phone: (360) 823-4216

www.innovativeservicesnw.org

This service provides a structured day program that promotes socialization and delivers skilled services to support senior citizens and disabled adults. It has two levels of care, adult day care and adult day health care. Extended care and drop-in care are available.


Senior Information and Assistance South Whidbey Office

14594 SR 525 Langley, WA, 98260

Phone: (360) 321-1600

www.islandseniorservices.org/infoassistance.htm

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance Oak Harbor Office

51 SE Jerome Oak harbor, WA, 98277

Phone: (360) 279-4580

www.islandseniorservices.org/infoassistance.htm

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


Senior Information and Assistance Camano Island Office

606 Arrowhead Road Camano Island, WA, 98282

Phone: (360) 387-0222

www.islandseniorservices.org/infoassistance.htm

Contact them any time you have a question or concern about getting help for an adult sixty or older or for anyone providing unpaid care for that adult. Local offices throughout Washington State can help you: plan, find and get more care, services, or programs (e.g. transportation, meals, housekeeping, personal care); explore options for paying for long term care and review eligibility for benefits; figure out health care insurance and prescription drug options; get a listing of local adult housing and assisted living; and sort through legal issues (e.g. setting up advance directives, living wills) or make referrals for legal advice.


King County Caregiver Support Network

700 5th Ave Seattle, WA, 98104

www.kccaregiver.org

Caregivers may qualify for King County Caregiver Support Network services if they are 18 years or older and caring for an older adult or an adult with a disability, the primary caregiver, and not paid for caregiving. The King County Caregiver Support Network tailors support services to the unique needs of unpaid caregivers. Services may include referrals to local support groups, counseling, and other resources, training on specific caregiving topics, advice on use of supplies and equipment, practical information and caregiving suggestions and respite care.


Kin On Community Health Care

815 South Weller Street #212 Seattle, Washington, 98104

Phone: (206) 652-2330

www.kinon.org

Kin On Community Health Care provides in home care, their services include personal hygiene, transfers, medication management, housework and medical services


Kin On Community Care Network

815 South Weller Street, Suite 212 Seattle, Washington, 98104

Phone: (206) 652-2330

www.kinon.org

Kin On?s mission is to support the elderly and adults in the greater Seattle Asian community by offering a comprehensive range of health, social and educational services sensitive to their cultural, linguistic and dietary needs.


Aging and Long Term Care Silverdale

9857 Silverdale Way Silverdale, Washington, 98383

Phone: (360) 337-5700

www.kitsapgov.com

This Caregiver Support Center serves the needs of older disabled adults, their families and caregivers with access to a broad range of services, including implementing respite caregiving support; case management services; helping to file for copes and long term caregiving solutions; and provide compensation for NON SPOUSE caregivers. Currently this compensation is available to all but spousal supports.


Lutheran Community Services Northwest 24-Hour Sexual Assault Crisis Line

210 W Sprague Ave Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 624-7273 crisis line

www.lcsnw.org/spokane/index.html

LCNSW is the local sexual assault service center. It offers many programs for child, teen and adult survivors. It offers clinical services for survivors of sexual and physical abuse or assault. It also offers Medical and legal advocacy, support groups, information and referral.


American Legion

915 2nd Av. Seattle, WA, 98174

Phone: (360) 491-4373

www.legion.org

The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. The available programs range from athletic events such as boyscouting or baseball to family assistance, veterans' assistance, suicide prevention and financial assistance.


Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center

18675 NE 106th St Woodinville, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 882-1554

www.littlebit.org

Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center provides equine-assisted activities and therapies for children and adults with disabilities. This outdoor program provides physical, occupational and recreational therapy through Hippotherapy (Horse Therapy) and they are NARHA Certified.


Logan St. Manor Adult Family Homes

102 Pine Drive Chehalis, WA, 98532

Phone: (360) 740-7431

www.loganstreetmanor.com

Offering 24-hour personal care in a home setting. Two facilities are nestled in the north end of Centralia, 2 miles north of downtown. The Chehalis location is 4 miles from the city. The yards are a great setting for deer and other wildlife. Comfortable viewing and visitors are always welcome.


Maxim Healthcare Services--Spokane

Freeway Plaza Bldg 1500 W Fourth Ave Ste 200 Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 324-6421

www.maximhomecare.com

Licensed in Washington as both a Home Health and Home Care provider, Maxim offers both skilled medical care and non-medical services for adult and pediatric patients in the comfort of their homes. We are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) and have staff on call 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week, to help ensure continuity of care and preserve quality of life while promoting independence and individual success. We have proudly serviced Washington for over 20 years, with a focus on traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and ventilator and tracheotomy care in both adults and pediatrics.


Muscular Dystrphy Association

701 Dexter Avenue North Seattle, WA, 98109

Phone: (206) 283-2183

www.mda.org

MDA provides resources, support groups, equipment etc. for those living with muscular dystrophy and their loved ones. Also provides information on clinics and other medical care.


Metropolitan Development Council

945 Fawcett Ave Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 383-3921

www.mdc-tacoma.org

The Metropolitan development Council (MDC) is a non-profit Community Action Partnership. It was founded in 1964 with a mission to develop innovative programs that promote self-sufficiency and remove individuals and families from poverty. MDC offers services in over 40 programs through Education, Family Services, Drug and Alcohol Treatment, Housing, Homeless Services, Economic and Career Development and Prevention


Meyer Care Management, LLC

1621 42nd Ave East Seattle, WA, 98112

Phone: (206) 669-7002

www.meyercare.com

?At Meyer Care Management, Registered Nurses with decades of healthcare experience, assess each client and develop a Care Plan to manage all healthcare and home care needs. The Nurse Care Management provided promotes each client's highest level of health and wellness.


Mindful, Inc

300 East 37th Street Vancouver, WA, 98663

Phone: (360) 567-4595

www.mindfulinc.net

This service offers therapy, counseling, and supportive services for adults. A specialty in older adults, caregiver support, dementia and behavioral management.


Moving Forward

17234 NE 116th Street Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 702-8761

www.movingforwardinc.com

Moving Forward provides assistance with down-sizing, de-cluttering, and moving. They take a compassionate approach to helping individuals decide which items to keep and which to toss or donate to a good cause. Katie has written a book called Get Organized Today.


Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington

1111 Main Street, Suite 605 Vancouver, WA, 98660

Phone: (360) 448-7089

www.mybgc.org

This organization provides a positive, safe, and welcoming place for youth in grades 1-12 to enjoy their time out of school. It offers programs, such as education, the Arts, sports, fitness, character, leadreship, social recreation, health, and life skills. It also offers tutoring, mentoring, sports intramural, snacks and meals.


Central Washington Disability Resource Center

200 E. Fourth Avenue Ellensburg, WA, 98926

Phone: (509) 962-9620

www.mycwdr.org

Central WA Disability Resources assists individuals to identify and obtain housing, employment, medical care, assistive technologies, and the services needed to provide and maintain an accessible, barrier-free community.


NAMI Clark County

PO Box 5353 Vancouver, WA, 98668

Phone: (360) 695-2823

www.nami-clark.org

Since 1978 this organization has been linking people in Clark County to mental health education, support, and advocacy. It offers support groups, Game Club for kids 7-14, and classes.


New Life AFH LLC

13952 SE 159th Pl. Renton, WA, 98058

Phone: (425) 277-7866

www.newlifecare.net

Adult Family home that specializes in ADL's and has ability to accommodate individuals who have suffered a TBI incident.


Northwest Child

1823 N 85th St Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 526-2493

www.northwestschild.org

Northwest?s Child serves kids, teens and young adults between the ages of 5 and 21. They are a year round program. During the school year They are open after school until 6:00pm. When school is out, due to no-school days, holidays, spring break and summer vacation, Northwest?s Child is open from 7:00am until 6:00pm. Their school aged programs work on each student?s IEP goals and objectives that are created through their schools. In addition, the teachers and staff work with the students on independent living skills, vocational skills and social skills, based on their individual skill levels. They also offer arts & crafts, music, physical activities and many outings and fieldtrips into the community There are 2 locations in Seattle and Edmonds.


Nu Motion

1301 NE 144th Street Ste 118 Vancouver, WA, 98685

www.numotion.com

Nu Motion provides service and repair for wheelchairs as well as products including; manual/power wheelchairs, custom seating and bathing products


Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation, Beacon Hill

128 Old Beacon Hill Drive Longview, WA, 98632

Phone: (360) 423-4060

www.nwcontinuum.com

Our Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers are part of Kindred Healthcare?s network of post-acute care that also includes Long-Term Acute Care Hospitals, rehabilitation services locations and home care and hospice services. From intensive short term rehabilitation therapy to longer-term restorative care, our Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers provide a full range of nursing care and social services to treat and support each of our patients and residents. Our clinical capabilities allow us to accept patients with greater medical complexity than a traditional nursing home. This is increasingly important as many patients require transitional care before they are ready to return home. Many of our residents return home within a few weeks, but for those who cannot, we provide safe, compassionate care in an environment that fosters independence and dignity. We treat a variety of conditions and provide an array of services including, but not limited to: Respiratory conditions such as pneumonia and post-acute COPD episodes Cardiac conditions and post surgical care (grafts, valves, stints) Wound Stroke Orthopedic Neurological illnesses Diabetes


Child Care Aware of Northwest Washington

1111 Cornwall, Suite C Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 734-8396 ext 227

www.oppco.org/ccrr

Child Care Aware of Washington is building momentum for children's success as they help child care providers by offering professional training, educational scholarships, and an abundance of resources; help parents by supplying valuable information on licensed child care in their area and tips for selecting a child care provider; help businesses by developing programs to benefit employees and enhance economic policymakers, business leaders, educators and other local partners in support of high-quality child care.


OrganizerPro

Vancouver, WA

Phone: (360) 608-1114

www.organizerpro.us

This service helps a client organize his or her home or business, teaches how to stay organized, offers insight and encouragement, and creates functional rooms.


Pacific Specialty and Rehabilitation Care

1015 North Garrison Road Vancouver, WA, 98664

Phone: (360) 694-7501

www.pacificskillednursing.com

Pacific Specialty & Rehabilitative Care is a leading provider of long-term skilled nursing care and short-term rehabilitation solutions. Their 115 bed facility offers a full continuum of services and care focused around each individual in today?s ever-changing healthcare environment. PT, OT and Speech Therapy are provided on site. They also have a ventilator unit on site.


Parent Trust for Washington Children Family Help Line

2200 Rainier Ave S Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 233-0156

www.parenttrust.org

The Family Help Line is a statewide, toll-free telephone support line for families in Washington State and a program of Parent Trust for Washington Children. Family Help Line services are provided over the telephone and include information & referral; parenting education and strategies; stress reduction and support; information about child development and behavior; assistance with problem-solving and advocacy; and call & email follow-up. The Family Help Line also maintains a website database of resources in WA State and a telephone menu of resources by county.


Peace Health St. Joseph Hospital Adult Day Health

809 East Chestnut Bellingham, Washington, 98225

Phone: (360) 788-6410

www.peacehealth.org

Peace Health Adult Day Health provides daily services and activities for those over the age of 18 with disabilities, dementia or any other long term illness. Transportation is provided and there are an array of activities including art, hot lunch, games, music, spirituality and friendship groups.


Peace of Mind Adult Family Home

631 Riverstone Dr Richland, WA, 99352

Phone: (509) 585-8292

www.peaceofmindafhrichlandwa.com

Peace of Mind Adult Family Home is committed to giving their residents individualized quality of care as they advance in years. Each resident will be treated with respect, love, and have the PEACE OF MIND knowing their needs will be met. Pat Hall, ARNP, is the owner with over 35 years of nursing experience and is wholly committed to providing individualized, quality care to residents as they advance in years. The home is located in Richland Washington in a quiet, established neighborhood one block from Columbia River. Their floor plan is bright & open, including large picture windows with views out to the porch and backyard. 24 hour awake staff. Fully trained and in compliance with state regulations. All levels of care accepted and they are prepared to include community professionals such as physical therapists in the resident's plan of care. Private and semi-private rooms. Clean comfortable environment. Individualized care managed by a nurse practitioner. Three nutritious meals and snacks provided daily. Medication management. Bathing & grooming assistance. Handicap accessible. Housekeeping & laundry services. Hospice & respite care.


Polly's Country Adult Family Home & Adult Day Center

19108 NE 18th Street Vancouver, WA, 98684

Phone: (360) 892-6399

www.pollyscountryafh.com

This adult family home provides Adult Family Home Care, Adult Day 24 Hour Care, Hospice Care, and Respite Care.


Protected Tomorrows

11335 NE 122nd Way Ste 105 Kirkland, WA, 98034

Phone: (425) 828-7540

www.protectedtomorrows.com

Protected Tomorrows, Inc. is an advocacy firm that enhances the lives of people with special needs through a comprehensive life planning process. They create Future Care Plans? which address the needs of the individual with developmental disabilities, mental illness, physical disabilities, or cognitive and neurological diseases in the following areas: education, residential, financial, legal, health care, government benefits, employment, recreation. They provide one on one consultation, workshops, and an online planning system.


VA Puget Sound Hlth Care System Seattle

1660 South Columbian Way Seattle, Washington, 98108

Phone: (206) 762-1010

www.puget-sound.med.va.gov

. As the primary referral site for VA's northwest region, VA Puget Sound provides care for Veteran populations encompassing Alaska, Montana, Idaho and Oregon. They provide both acute care (inpatient) or outpatient services including multiple clinics to serve Veterans needs They provide psychiatric services and services for more current service connected issues for PTSD/ brain injury other.


Avamere Richmond Beach Rehab

19235 15th Ave NW Shoreline, WA, 98177

Phone: (206) 516-9256

www.richmondbeachrehab.com

Skilled Nursing Facility and Rehabilitation. This facility offers short term skilled nursing care and long term care. They provide Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Language Services. Nonsmoking facility. Most rooms are shared, with long term care private rooms wait listed and short term care private rooms for individuals who need to be isolated due to infectious disease. Admissions is open over the weekend as well during the week. There are other locations in Bellingham, Sequim, Seattle and Oregon. They don't accept individuals on a ventilators or with a tracheotomy, anyone over 300 lbs., with a recent chemical abuse history or exhibiting aggressive, combative, non-compliant or exit seeking behaviors.


Avamere Shoreline

19235 15th Avenue NW Shoreline, Washington, 98177

Phone: (206) 546-2666

www.richmondbeachrehab.com

Avamere Shoreline provides comprehensive sub-acute medical and rehabilitation services, social services, 24 hour nursing care and varied enrichment activities.


RN Patient Advocates of Puget Sound

4717 37th Avenue NE Seattle, WA, 98105

Phone: (206) 505-7885

www.rnpa-pugetsound.com

We are independent RN patient advocates dedicated to helping you navigate a complex health care maze by collaborating with your health care team as well as providing guidance through the health care decision-making process. We work with you to: ?Advocate on your behalf with your medical staff. ?Research your medical records for critical information, and educate you and your family on your available treatment options. ?Accompany you to medical appointments with tools to improve dialogue with your providers. ?Ask questions that you might not know how to ask to guide you to make informed decisions. ?Advocate for your safety. ?Step in when family members are unable to be with loved ones due to distance or other family and professional obligations. ?Assist those without emergent health issues who wish guidance in staying well with regular follow up, or if future needs arise. -Care Management


Samarya Center

1806 E. Yesler Way Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 568-8335

www.samaryacenter.org

Adult and Teen Yoga class for stroke and TBI survivors. Individual or group Integrative Movement Therapy (mind/body integration) for adults and children, with goals set by clients themselves. Therapies assist in the development of profound acceptance of things that are not changeable, allowing the process of moving forward in life. They do not do any health insurance billing but some clients have successfully done this themselves.


Sarausad Homes Richmond Beach B

20203 20th Avenue Northwest Unit B Shoreline, WA, 98177

Phone: (425) 771-7616

www.sarausadhomes.com

Sarausad Homes/BeeCee Homes are adult care homes licensed in Washington with dementia and mental health specialty. Lic # 581602


Sarausad Homes Everett

5910 Beverly Ln Everett, WA, 98203

Phone: (425) 771-7616

www.sarausadhomes.com

Sarausad Homes/BeeCee Homes are adult care homes licensed in Washington with dementia and mental health specialty. LIc # 750814


Sarausad Homes Emerald Hills Edmonds

931 12th Place North Edmonds, WA, 98020

Phone: (425) 771-7616

www.sarausadhomes.com

Sarausad Homes/BeeCee Homes are adult care homes licensed in Washington with a dementia and mental health specialty.


Scattered Possessions, LLC

Vancouver, WA

Phone: (360) 904-1455

www.scatteredpossessions.com

This service helps a client organize their paper files systems, closets, home office, a room, or an entire house. It helps a client organize their office whether it is home-base or a small business. They are also able to help downsize.


City of Seattle Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens

810 3Third Avenue, Suite 350 Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 684-0500

www.seattle.gov/seniors

Seniors Training Seniors Computer Classes offers computer classes for adults age 50 and older. This class is taught by older adults. You may register for classes via phone or email.


Sound Generations (formerly Senior Services)

2208 Second Avenue Suite 100 Seattle, Washington, 98121

Phone: (206) 448-3110

www.seniorservices.org

Sound Generations is the most comprehensive non-profit agency serving older adults and their loved ones in Washington State. Established in 1967, they promote positive aging for thousands of seniors and their families each year through an integrated system of quality programs and senior centers. More than 2,800 volunteers, together with 250 employees, make their work possible and efficient.


Senior Services Caregiver Outreach and Support for LGBT

2208 Second Avenue, Suite 100 Seattle, Washington, 98121

Phone: (206) 448-3110

www.seniorservices.org

Caregiver Outreach and Support for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Caregivers. Senior Services has caregiver advocates to support you navigating the maze of services available. They also understand the legal issues involving LGBT people and what programs you may qualify for to meet your care needs.


Senior Services Minor Home Repair

2208 Second Avenue Seattle, Washington, 98121

Phone: (206) 448-5751

www.seniorservices.org

Senior Services Minor Home Repair offers affordable repairs for healthier safer homes. Services include Plumbing, Carpentry, Electrical and Home modifications. This program is available to homeowners of all ages in Seattle, Shoreline and Bellevue dependent on income for eligibility.


Sherwood Community Services

402 91st Ave NE Lake Stevens, WA, 98258

Phone: (425) 334-4071

www.sherwoodcs.org

Sherwood provides innovative inclusive services for children and adults with disabilities in their communities through Snohomish County. They provide adaptive equipment and training though TechSTEP for individuals birth through adulthood. Training of the families, caregivers and employers of the disabled person is also available, as well as a lending library of technological devices. Assistance finding, training for, and retaining employment for transition students and adults can be received, as well as private therapy for children and adults needing speech, physical, occupational or feeding therapy.


Shoreline Health and Rehabilitation Center

2818 NE 145th Street Shoreline, Washington, 98155

Phone: (206) 418-2900

www.shorelinehrc.com

Shoreline Health & Rehabilitation Center provides rehabilitation care and therapies, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. SHRC provides skilled nursing, dementia and is a long term care residential facility.


SL Start, Embassy group

5709 W Sunset Hwy. Spokane, WA, 99202

Phone: (509) 328-2740

www.slstart.com

Supported Living Services for those who live in their own apartments or homes Supported employment and community access behavioral consultation


Solid Ground Financial Fitness

1501 North 45th Street Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 694-6864

www.solid-ground.org/groundviews/financial-fitness/

At Solid Ground Financial Fitness Boot Camp, financial counselors can help you with budgeting and financial literacy. They can pull your credit report for free, teach you how to develop a budget/spending plan, show you how to read your credit report, and explain what to do if you need to dispute an item on your report.


Sound Options

3518 6th Ave Suite 300 Tacoma, WA, 98406

Phone: (800) 628-7649

www.soundoptions.com

Sound options provides long term case management for disabled and elderly populations. Their services include Eldercare Care Management, In-home care, and live-in care. Their duties include long term case management, scheduling medical providers, coordinate with medical professionals for therapies, help set up guardian services, provide home health and overnight 24 hour home health. Primarily work with the elderly but also work with disabilities such as TBI and other neurological diseases like Parkinson, MS etc.


Sound Prosthetics and Orthotics, Inc

530 Lily Road #100 Olympia, Washington, 98501

Phone: (360) 486-0565

www.soundprosthetics.com

Prosthetics and Orthotics for sale.


Stanwood Camano Community Resource Center

9612 271 Street N.W Stanwood, WA, 98292

Phone: (360) 629-5257

www.stanwoodcamanoresources.org

The Stanwood Camano Community Center offers the following programs for youth and adults Heads Up (Teen Community Service), Youth Activity Center, Parenting Classes, ESL Classes, Conversational Spanish, Resource & Referral, Mobile Dental Clinic for adults, Emergency Funds Program, Commodities Distribution Center and other social services.


Avamere Bellingham

3121 Squalicum Pkwy Bellingham, Washington, 98225

Phone: (360) 734-6760

www.stfrancisofbellingham.com

Avamere Bellingham provides Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation. They also provides memory care, respite and rehabilitation.


Sundown M Ranch

Yakima, WA

Phone: (509) 457-0990

www.sundown.org

Sundown M Ranch is a residential treatment facility for Chemical Dependency treatment, which has an understanding and the ability to care for individuals with mental health issues (certified counselors on staff for individual and group sessions) and TBI as well. All patients participate in family counseling, with the families spending 3 days on site. Dr Fred McGomery is an adult and child psychiatrist and is able to prescribe medications as neccessary. Clients participate in PE, and recreational activiites such as ropes courses, equine therapy, and other engagement with the local community ,with youth (usually 12 and older) receiving year round schooling by certified teachers. At discharge patients are connnected with an AA member and a Sundown graduate to help them transition back into their home community. Additionally there is outpatient treatment provided on site.


Peace Health Southwest Medical Center Bereavement Services

5400 MacArthur Blvd Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 695-5120

www.swmedicalcenter.org/bereavement

This service offers support and information for individuals, families, and children coping with death of a loved on, including pregnancy loss, and stillborn or new born death. It also offers families coping with a life threatening illness.


Synergy Home Care

1603 116th Avenue NE Suite 116 Bellevue, Washington, 98004

Phone: (425) 462-5300

www.synergyhomecare.com

Synergy Home Care offers Respite Care, Escort for shopping and errands, Personal Caregiver, Light Housekeeping, Companionship


National Center for Telehealth and Technology

9933C West Hayes Street OMAMC Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA, 98431

Phone: (253) 968-1914

www.t2health.org

National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2) is a component center of the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) and part of the Military Health System (MHS). Their mission is to lead the development of telehealth and technology solutions for Psychological Health (PH) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) to improve the lives of the Nation?s Warriors, Veterans, and their Families.


Spokane County Brain Injury Support Group

12004 East Main Spokane Valley, WA, 99206

www.tbisn.org

Brain Injury Support Group the 4th Wednesday of each month, 6:30-8:30 pm in Conference Room A.


Spokane Living Well TBI Support Group For Students

3410 West Fort George Wright Drive Spokane, WA, 99224

www.tbisn.org

Brain Injury Support Group at Spokane Community College and Spokane Falls Community College Institute for Extended Learning Building 24; Room 204


Spokane - Brain Injury Self Development TBI Advocacy Club & Leadership

3410 West Fort George Wright Drive Spokane, WA, 99224

www.tbisn.org

Brain Injury Support Group every Tuesday from 2:30-4:30 p.m. at the Spokane Community College and Spokane Falls Community College Institute for Extended Learning in Building 24; Room 204.


Colville Stevens County Family & Caregivers Support Group

887 South Walnut Colville, WA, 99114

www.tbisn.org

This Brain Injury Support Group meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 6PM - 7:30PM.


Colville Stevens County Survivors Support Group

887 South Walnut Colville, WA, 99114

www.tbisn.org

This Brain Injury Support Group meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 4PM - 6PM.


Validus Consulting & Services

24421 34th Ave Court E Spanaway, WA, 98387

Phone: (253) 847-7887

www.validusconsulting.org

Similar to BIAWA Resource Management but they provide this service to all individuals with disabilities. Validus works as a consulting service which provides independent living and life skills training, how to hire caregivers, training for assistive devices, employment readiness training, and benefits assistance which includes navigating the Medicaid, Medicare, VA and Social Security enrollment process. The funding for Validus is through the county as they are a contracted service with Pierce County Community Connections.


Vancouver Public Schools Safety & Athletics

2901 Falk Road Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 313-1046

www.vansd.org

Oversees all of the school athletic programs in the Vancouver School District. Keeps all athletic programs, coaches, staff, parents, and students current on sports safety information, education, and regulations. Sponsors the Coaches Institue in August. A day long event that includes sports safety and sports injury prevention educatio.


Victim Support Services King County

1123 Maple Ave SW Suite 230 Renton, WA, 98057

Phone: (425) 271-0305

www.victimsupportservices.org

They provide direct services to survivors of arson, assault, attempted homicide, burglary, drunk & drugged driving, hate & bias crimes, home invasion, homicide, human trafficking, identity theft, missing persons, and robbery. They services include crisis intervention, emotional support, resources and referrals, assist victims and their family members submit statements to the court, assistance in navigating the medical systems.


Victim Support Services Skagit County

1155 N State St Suite 605 Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 756-1780

www.victimsupportservices.org

They provide direct services to survivors of arson, assault, attempted homicide, burglary, drunk & drugged driving, hate & bias crimes, home invasion, homicide, human trafficking, identity theft, missing persons, and robbery. They services include crisis intervention, emotional support, resources and referrals, assist victims and their family members submit statements to the court, assistance in navigating the medical systems.


Victim Support Services Whatcom County

1155 N State St Suite 605 Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 756-1780

www.victimsupportservices.org

They provide direct services to survivors of arson, assault, attempted homicide, burglary, drunk & drugged driving, hate & bias crimes, home invasion, homicide, human trafficking, identity theft, missing persons, and robbery. They services include crisis intervention, emotional support, resources and referrals, assist victims and their family members submit statements to the court, assistance in navigating the medical systems.


Victim Support Services Snohomish County

3807 Colby AVE Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 252-6081

www.victimsupportservices.org

They provide direct services to survivors of arson, assault, attempted homicide, burglary, drunk & drugged driving, hate & bias crimes, home invasion, homicide, human trafficking, identity theft, missing persons, and robbery. They services include crisis intervention, emotional support, resources and referrals ,assist victims and their family members submit statements to the court, assistance in navigating the medical systems.


Victim Support Services Island County

3807 Colby AVE Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (425) 252-6081

www.victimsupportservices.org

They provide direct services to survivors of arson, assault, attempted homicide, burglary, drunk & drugged driving, hate & bias crimes, home invasion, homicide, human trafficking, identity theft, missing persons, and robbery. They services include crisis intervention, emotional support, resources and referrals, assist victims and their family members submit statements to the court, assistance in navigating the medical systems.


Partnership for Action Voices for Empowerment (PAVE) SW Washington

Vancouver, WA

Phone: (360) 852-0257

www.wapave.org

PAVE is a parent directed organization that works with families, individuals with disabilities, professionals and community members providing information, training, events, resources and support. PAVE's Parent Training and Information Program is mandated by the Department of Education to educate parents on IDEA (the laws that governs special education). PAVE assists families by attending school meetings, in obtaining adaptive devices, with transitions from school to adult life, by putting out a newsletter and by sharing materials on their website. They have nine coordinators across the state.


Washington Poison Control Center

155 Northeast 100th Street Seattle, WA, 98125

Phone: (206) 526-2121

www.wapc.org/

The Washington Poison Center (WAPC) is a statewide provider of immediate, free, and expert treatment advice and assistance on the telephone in case of exposure to poisonous, hazardous, or toxic substances.


Warrior's Wellness Project

15107 Union Avenue SW Tilicum, WA, 98498

Phone: (253) 581-1565

www.warriorswellnessproject.com

Warriors Wellness Project is a program that consists of volunteers working together to help veterans, active duty military and their family members who may be unnecessarily suffering in silence. It isn't necessary to have PTSD, but it's okay if you do. They teach Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is a simple healing technique that can help reduce or clear things that may be making it hard to function in your daily life, such as devastating headaches, nightmares, rage and feeling stressed out in general. The Warriors Wellness Project is staffing support groups to teach people EFT


Washington Relay

5808 A Summit View Yakima, WA, 98908

Phone: 711

www.washingtonrelay.com

Washington Relay is a free service provided by the Washington State Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ODHH) ensuring equal communication access to the telephone service for people who are deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing and speech disabled. This service offers type/voice communication, voice/voice support for those who have unclear speech patterns, telebraille for those who are deaf-blind, captioned telephone for both voice and visual communication, and internet/IP/video relay through specially trained relay operators. Calls can be made to anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with no restrictions on the number, length, or type of calls. (Your telephone service provider may bill you for the long distance calls, but WA Relay does not bill for their service.) All calls are strictly confidential and no records of any conversations are maintained. Anyone wishing to use Washington Relay simply dials 711 to connect with a relay operator. The relay operator will dial the requested number and relay the conversation between the two callers.


Where the Heart Is

410 Norris St. Burlington, WA, 98233

Phone: (360) 755-8007

www.wheretheheartis.com

Provides Assisted Living and Memory Care services


Washington School for the Deaf

611 Grand Boulevard Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 696-6525 V/TTY

www.wsd.wa.gov

This service is an educational community and statewide resource, which provides a residental program to deaf and hard of hearing students in Washington and outreach programs.


Washington State School for the Blind

2214 E. 13th Street Vancouver, WA, 98661-4120

Phone: (360) 696-6321

www.wssb.wa.gov

This service provides specialized educational services to visually impaired and blind youth ages birth-21 living in Washington. It serves as a statewide demonstration and resource center and provides direct and indirect services to students both on campus and in the children?s local communities


YWCA Renton

1010 South 2nd Street Renton, WA, 98057

Phone: (425) 226-1266

www.ywcaworks.org

Can connect you to: Domestic violence program, children's' program, emergency shelter, employment and housing stability program, homeless intervention program, Connects to: Anita Vista runs a transitional housing program, offers individual professional counseling, children's counseling, legal advocacy, nonresidential services. No direct # or address provided for this domestic violence program for safety reasons.


Seattle Young Adults With TBI Support Group

1959 Northeast Pacific Street Seattle, WA, 98195

yawtbi.wordpress.com

Brain Injury Support Group for young adults held the second Wednesday of each month, from 6:00-7:30 p.m.


YWCA Spokane Domestic Violence Program

930 N Monroe St. Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: (509) 326-2255

ywcaspokane.org

The YWCA has a 24 hour hotline as well as a confidential safe shelter for victims and children, transitional housing for families, individual and group counseling. They can provide education and legal representation and advocacy for domestic violence victims.


A & L Dream Castle Adult Family Home at Fairwood

Renton, WA, 98058

Phone: (425) 226-8217

Amnit and her husband Lawrence live in this Adult Family Home for 4 and provide most of the care for the residents. The wheel chair accessible home is in a lovely quiet residential neighborhood with landscaped grounds. The inside is clean and bright, with each resident having their own private room. Because of the compassionate, responsible care provided by this couple, there is very little turn-over of residents. The home is currently full, with four women ages 51-91 (they would take younger), disabilities including aneurism, dementia and MS. They have cared for two residents with brain injuries. Residents' needs and schedules are catered to, including transportation to and from Adult Day Programs, shopping, etc.


Mercy Miles LLC

Ellensburg, WA

Phone: (509) 925-6453

Mercy Miles provides supervised visitation services for those in Kitititas and Yakima counties. In addition, it offers parent support classes such as parents as teachers and other therapeutic services. They also provides services for parents looking for clothing and other items for their children.


Veterans Resource Center Eastern Washington University

Cheney, WA, 99004

Phone: (509) 359-2461

The Veterans Resource Center provides critical services and support for our veterans, active duty, reserve and national guard. It will help veterans transition back into civilian life.The veteran does not have to be a student at the university to use the center. The EWU Veterans Center provides a unique atmosphere for veterans to socialize. Assistance is available academic and personal advising, specialized tutoring service, GI Bill benefits and referrals to campus disability services. Workshops are also provided for veteran and military students.


Janice Collins, RN, BSN, CCM

Lacey, WA, 98509

Phone: (253) 968-4498

The Madigan Traumatic Brain Injury Program currently has 3 RN Case Managers who are all Clinical Case Manager certified.