Resources

DSC_7039Resources and Links

  • King County Developmental Disabilities Division
    King County offers a variety of services to individuals with Developmental Disabilities. KCDDD’s website provides information about programs,
    advisory groups, legislative activities, employment, housing and other services.
  • King County Parent Coalition/Arc of King County
    The King County Parent Coalition is a group of concerned parents, guardians and family members who have come together to take action for
    members of their family who have developmental disabilities. New members are always welcome. The site offers contact information, a schedule of
    meetings as well as extensive resource links.
  • Arc of King County
    Founded in 1936, The Arc of King County is Washington’s oldest local nonprofit organization serving people with developmental disabilities
    and their families. They serve about 6,000 individuals each year. The website provides a detailed description of their services, programs and
    projects as well as links to additional resources.
  • King County Partnership Supporting Advocacy (KCPSA)
    The KCPSA started in February of 2006 as a regional forum for organizations and people with disabilities to advocate for themselves and/or to influence systems. The mission of KCPSA is to provide an opportunity for individuals and organizations to network, share resources, and collaborate in assisting advocates with disabilities to develop a voice in King County and deliver that message, and to influence systems. Meetings are held at The Arc of King County.
  • King County Supported Employment Guide (Adobe PDF document)
    This book is intended to be a useful tool for adults ages eighteen and over and their families, who want and need support in their search for a job and/or other opportunities for community involvement.
  • Pierce County Developmental Disabilities Program
    Pierce County offers a variety of services to individuals with Developmental Disabilities. PCDDP’s website provides information about programs, advisory groups, legislative activities, employment and other services in Pierce County.
  • PC2 Parent Group
    The Pierce County Parent Coalition is a group of concerned parents, guardians and family members who have come together to take action for members of their family who have developmental disabilities. New members are always welcome. The site offers contact information, a schedule of meetings as well as extensive resource links in Pierce County.
  • Clark County Developmental Disabilities Program
    Clark County offers a variety of services to individuals with Developmental Disabilities. CCDDP’s website provides information about programs, advisory groups, legislative activities, employment and other services in Clark County.
  • Kitsap County Developmental Disabilities Program
    Kitsap County offers a variety of services to individuals with Developmental Disabilities. KCDDP’s website provides information about programs, advisory groups, legislative activities, employment and other services in
    Kitsap County.
  • Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
    The Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation offers employment services to people with disabilities. Their website will provide information about what types of services are available, how to sign-up, where the closest office is, and how to use
    their system.
  • Uniquely Auburn
    Trillium is the non-profit umbrella organization for Uniquely Auburn…a FREE community-sponsored celebration of cultural diversity recognizing people, places, and events that make Auburn unique.
  • Rotary International District 5030 Partners for Work
    Employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities.
    Partners for Work is a Rotary District 5030 project that creates employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities by utilizing Rotarian business leadership as a vital link between job candidates and paid work.

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