Developmental Disabilities and Early Childhood Supports Division
Department of Community and Human Services
COVID-19 Resource List
- Visit the DCHS COVID Response page for a list of local and state resources and information about coronavirus as well as information about our department's response to COVID-19.
- Visit the Public Health - Seattle & King County COVID-19 Vaccine resource page for the latest vaccination news. Information available in 18 languages.
In-Home COVID-19 Vaccinations Now Available
Unvaccinated individuals over the age of 16 with an injury, developmental disability, or medical condition that makes it difficult to leave the home are now eligible for in-home COVID-19 vaccinations. Visit the Public Health Blog to learn more.
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Services for You and Your Family
Community Inclusion Services are available to people who are of retirement age (62 years or older), or over 21 years who and have tried traditional employment services for nine months or more.
Community Inclusion Services are based in the community the person lives and services are designed to support the goals and interests of the participant to development of relationships, skills and connections.
Provides behavioral support resources, community information and advocacy, systems navigation, training and technical assistance to individuals, families and providers.
About 1 of every 8 children has a challenge with development that makes them eligible for Birth-to-Three services. With early support, most children can catch up to their peers.
If you have concerns, your child and family may be able to access services to help everyone gain skills and knowledge to support their child's unique needs.
Employment services are community based, and individuals are supported to earn minimum wage or better. Services and supports are tailored to the individual with goal that all individuals can work and contribute in their community.
School-to-Work takes a team approach. You work with a job coach, your school, your parents, the Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) and others to help you find a job before you leave school.
School-to-Work also gives you and your family information on other services and how to plan for your future.