Washington State resources
Survey results on the No Paid Services Caseload
The Brain Injury Alliance of Washington (BIAWA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing public awareness, support, and providing hope for those affected by brain injury.
The Center on Human Development and Disability (CHDD) at the University of Washington makes important contributions to the lives of people with developmental disabilities and their families through a comprehensive array of research, clinical services, training, community outreach, and dissemination activities.
(Missouri Family to Family February 2014) & WA DSHS What to do and when to do it - for students with a developmental disability.
Community Calendar features events and activities for families in Washington State and is updated daily.
Order Printed Books, DVDs and Videos Go to the Department of Printing’s Myfulfillment.wa.gov They are always prepackaged in set quantities of books or DVDs for student teaching.
July 1, 2018, the Department of Early Learning became the Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF).
(Endowment Trust Fund summary page) 4.1.2015
English, Spanish and Vietnamese (from Informing Families) Strategies to Support Real Lives: Connecting to Resources in WA State
Valued Lives’ passion is to empower vulnerable people to have real choice, real control and a genuine voice in the design, planning and delivery of their own supports and services.
After 20 years serving families of children with special needs, due to a loss of state funding, the Center for Children with Special Needs has closed its doors effective September 30, 2018. During the coming months, many resources on CSHCN.org will become available on SeattleChildrens.org.
Oral Health for People with Special Needs & Educational Materials Oral Health Promotion Card and Brochure for Children with Special Needs are also available in Spanish.
As a Department we are tied together by a single mission: to transform lives. Each administration within DSHS has a refined focus on this mission.
Our programs and services help prevent illness and injury, promote healthy places to live and work, provide education to help people make good health decisions and ensure our state is prepared for emergencies.
The mission of the Washington State Human Rights Commission is to prevent and eliminate discrimination through the fair application of the law, the efficient use of resources, and the establishment of productive partnerships in the community.