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Purpose

Find local services for children, youth, and and their families, especially those with disabilities or other special health needs.

County-specific Information and Referral Centers and service lists are included that focus on one or more of the following areas: (1) children and youth with special needs and their families, (2) children and youth generally, and (3) people of any age with disabilities.   There are also several statewide resources:

Statewide Information and Referral Services

Washington State 211

Website Resource Finder: https://www.resourcehouse.info/win211/Index
Call: 211

WithinReach

Website Resource Finder:  http://www.parenthelp123.org/resources/resource-finder
Call: Family Health Hotline: 1-800-322-2588

County-specific Information and Referral Services

Click on the county on the map or list of counties to see the information for that county.
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Whatcom County Okanagon County San Juan County Skagit County Ferry County Stevens County Pend Oreille County Clalam County Jefferson County Island County Snohomish County Chelan County Douglas County Mason County King County Kittitas County Lincoln County Spokane County Grays Harbor County Pierce County Grant County Adams County Whitman County Thurston County Pacific County Lewis County Yakima County Benton County Franklin County Walla Walla County Cowlitz County Skamania County Klickitat County Columbia County Garfield County Asotin County Wahkiakum County Kitsap County Clark County

Adams Franklin Lewis Snohomish
Asotin Garfield Lincoln Spokane
Benton Grant Mason Stevens
Chelan Grays Harbor Okanagon Thurston
Clallam Island Pacific Wahkiakum
Clark Jefferson Pend Oreille Walla Walla
Columbia King Pierce Whatcom
Cowlitz Kitsap San Juan Whitman
Douglas Kittitas Skagit Yakima
Ferry Klickitat Skamania

 

Adams
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Asotin
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Benton
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

The Arc of Tri-Cities

  • Arc Resources Directory, events, support and more.
  • Better Together

      • Better Together is a program of Parent to Parent, The Arc of Tri-Cities. Make sure to visit www.ArcofTricities.com. Contact Melissa Brooks, Parent to Parent Coordinator if you need help, information or support, at p2p@arcoftricities.com. Spanish support also available.
      • Better Together has an extensive directory of Resources for the Tri-Cities for Intellectual/DisabilitiesInformation is organized in the order that a family might begin searching,  beginning with where to get a diagnosis for autism or other developmental disabilities to where to get treatment and other services, family support and resources for adults with disabilities.
      • Parents working together, creating more social learning opportunities for our kids, for a stronger autism community in the Tri-Cities. Because we are Better Together!

 

Chelan
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

Washington State 211

  • Call 211, an easy-to-remember phone number for people to call for health and human service information and referrals and other assistance to meet their needs.
  • Washington’s 211 Statewide Information and Referral System (WIN211) is a network of 7 regional call centers. Call 2-1-1 and get connected to a specialist in your area.  Click here for a map to find information about 2-1-1 programs in your area.
  • WIN211 maintains a statewide database of community resources. Looking for help? SEARCH the online database.

Chelan-Douglas Social Service Directory

  •  This directory is provided as a community service by Chelan-Douglas TOGETHER! For Drug Free Youth
Clallam
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

Clallam County Developmental Disabilities Program

Clark
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

SELF- Support for Early Learning and Families

  • Clark County’s Early Learning Coalition website has resources for parents, providers and the public of Clark County. Comprehensive A to Z directory of community resources and services for children and families living in Southwest Washington. Information about parenting and family support, early learning, child care quality, nutrition, health care and more.

211 Information & Referral Program

  • Search the database for information on health and social services in Southwest Washington and in Oregon. English and Spanish- speaking staff available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • DIAL 211 toll free (or 360-694-8899) |  TEXT your zip code to 898211  |  EMAIL help@211info.org
Columbia
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Cowlitz
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

LifeWorks – An Affiliated Chapter of the Arc

  • The Arc strives to provide services that are relevant to people of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.  Child and family services include: One-Hour Consultations, Community Resource Navigation, School (I.E.P.) Support and Advocacy, Buddy Club, sensory room, Play groups, Lending Library, Life Skills Class, and a variety of community education and awareness activities including Autism 101 and Autism 200 classes.

211 Information & Referral Program

  • Search the database for information on health and social services in Southwest Washington and in Oregon. English and Spanish- speaking staff available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • DIAL 211 toll free (or 360-694-8899) |  TEXT your zip code to 898211  |  EMAIL help@211info.org
Douglas
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

Washington State 211

  • Call 211, an easy-to-remember phone number for people to call for health and human service information and referrals and other assistance to meet their needs.
  • Washington’s 211 Statewide Information and Referral System (WIN211) is a network of 7 regional call centers. Call 2-1-1 and get connected to a specialist in your area.  Click here for a map to find information about 2-1-1 programs in your area.
  • WIN211 maintains a statewide database of community resources. Looking for help? SEARCH the online database.

Chelan-Douglas Social Service Directory

  • This directory is provided as a community service by Chelan-Douglas TOGETHER! For Drug Free Youth
Ferry
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Franklin
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

The Arc of Tri-Cities

  • Arc Resources Directory, events, support and more.
  • Better Together

      • Better Together is a program of Parent to Parent, The Arc of Tri-Cities. Make sure to visit www.ArcofTricities.com. Contact Melissa Brooks, Parent to Parent Coordinator if you need help, information or support, at p2p@arcoftricities.com. Spanish support also available.
      • Better Together has an extensive directory of Resources for the Tri-Cities for Intellectual/DisabilitiesInformation is organized in the order that a family might begin searching,  beginning with where to get a diagnosis for autism or other developmental disabilities to where to get treatment and other services, family support and resources for adults with disabilities.

    • Parents working together, creating more social learning opportunities for our kids, for a stronger autism community in the Tri-Cities. Because we are Better Together!

 

Garfield
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Grant
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Grays Harbor
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Island
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

4People.org

Community Resources for Island County, Washington

Jefferson
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

Jefferson County Real Choices Project

    • Online information and resources for people in Jefferson County with developmental disabilities, their families, and those who provide services and support.

King
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

King County Birth to Three Early Intervention Programs

If your child is under age three and has special needs, or you are worried about the way your baby or toddler is developing, your family may qualify for services to support his/her development. An evaluation of your child’s development will be used to determine his/her eligibility for Birth-to-Three services.  More information about services and an interactive map showing available providers based on home address.

Crisis Clinic – 211

  • The Crisis Clinic is King County’s primary information and referral agency for human services. Note: You do NOT have to be in crisis to access the resources.
  • Community Information Line (M-F 8am-6pm): (206) 461-3200, 1-800-621-INFO. — get help over the phone finding the same services in the CRO website database.
  • TEEN LINK: 866-833-6546 (daily 6-10 pm)
  • 24 Hour Crisis Line for people in emotional distress and in need of help in King County. 1-866-427-4747 (866.4.CRISIS) or (206) 461-3222 or (206) 461-3219 (tdd)
  • Information in:

Community Connections: A Resource Guide for Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities Living in King County

  • Health, education, recreation, legal resources and more. Links to local, state and national resources. From the Arc of King County with support from the King County Developmental Disabilities Division.

CHAP – Community Health Access Program

  • CHAP is a telephone assistance program serving King County residents by connecting them to health insurance, health care services and other resources. CHAP services are free and confidential. Call us today for help at 1-800-756-5437 or email us at: chap@kingcounty.gov

 

Kitsap
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

Kitsap County Developmental Disabilities Program

  • Provides a full array of services and supports that enhance the lives of children and adults with developmental disabilities in our community. Assists individuals and their families who experience a developmental disability to lead full, integrated active and productive lives in Kitsap County. Includes links to printable Resource Guide with local services and supports.
Kittitas
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Klickitat
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

Lewis
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

Reliable Enterprises – Lewis County Community Services Organization

Reliable Enterprises supports the needs of Lewis County adults and children who are physically, mentally or economically disadvantaged. Their Local and State Resources webpage has links to extensive resources.


Pope’s Kids Place

  • Provides a variety of professional medical, respite and dental services for people in Southwestern Washington.
Lincoln
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Mason
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

Mason County Department of Personal Health, Children with Special Health Care Needs Program

  • Describes the Mason County CSHCN program and includes a list of local numbers useful for families including early intervention services, parent-to-parent program, local school districts etc.
Okanagon
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Pacific
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Pend Oreille
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Pierce
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

Pierce County Coalition for Developmental Disabilities

  • The Pierce County Coalition for Developmental Disabilities (PC2) is a parent-drive, 501(c)3 organization, responsible for providing clear, consistent information for families and individuals with developmental disabilities in Pierce County, WA. Materials include a Guidebook with local and national resources, newsletters and more.

 

San Juan
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Skagit
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Skamania
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

211 Information & Referral Program

  • Search the database for information on health and social services in Southwest Washington and in Oregon. English and Spanish- speaking staff available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • DIAL 211 toll free (or 360-694-8899) |  TEXT your zip code to 898211  |  EMAIL help@211info.org

Snohomish
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

Snohomish County Human Services- Developmental Disabilities Webpage

  • Includes links to services and resources for children and adults.
Spokane
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

The Arc of Spokane County

  • Online Resource Guide with Spokane area and online services and supports for children, youth and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. To receive a free hardcopy resource guide, contact Theresa Fears at tfears@arc-spokane.org or (509) 328-6326.

The Fig Tree

 

Stevens
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Thurston
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Wahkiakum
 The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

211 Information & Referral Program

  • Search the database for information on health and social services in Southwest Washington and in Oregon. English and Spanish- speaking staff available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • DIAL 211 toll free (or 360-694-8899) |  TEXT your zip code to 898211  |  EMAIL help@211info.org
Walla Walla
The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

Whatcom
 Single Entry Access to Services (SEAS)
Phone: 360-715-7485 FAX: 360-676-6729

  • Referral to school district (Focus of Concern) for children 3 and over
    with developmental concerns
  • Referral to Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) services
    and/or appropriate community resources/agencies for children with
    additional special health care needs
  • Follow-up with family and primary care provider regarding referral
    process and outcomes, offering additional assistance if needed
    Single Entry Access to Services (SEAS) Resource Directory

The Whatcom Alliance for Healthcare Access (WAHA)
WAHA offers free and impartial services for those who want assistance getting insurance and healthcare. (360) 715-6594

The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

 

Whitman

 The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.

    • Family Health Hotline /La Línea De Family Health : 1-800-322-2588.  Staff available Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:30 and Friday 8:00-5:00. Bilingual staff speak Spanish (Se habla español). Other languages are served using interpreters via AT&T Language Line.

 

Yakima

 Children’s Village

  •  Listing of Services

The Center for Children with Special Needs, a program of Seattle Children’s

The Washington State Department of Health provides funding to the Center produce a variety of great resources for families who have children with special needs in our state.  Community-specific resources include:

WithinReach

WithinReach connects children and their families to a variety of  services including insurance and access to health care, developmental screenings, WIC and food banks, play groups and more.  You can access this information by calling and speaking directly with a staff member or using the website.