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Disabled Resources

Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)

DVR North Seattle
Toll free (voice & TTY): 1-800-622-1375
Voice 206-440-2230
TTY: 206-368-4540
Fax: 206-368-4608

12063 15th Ave NE, Seattle 98125

DVR Kent
Toll free (voice & TTY): 1-800-622-1375 prompt 2
Voice: 253-372-5900
Fax: (253) 372-6211

1313 W Meeker St, Suite 102, N43-7; Kent, WA 98032

DVR Seatac
Toll free (voice & TTY): 1-800-622-1375
Voice: 206-444-3800
TTY: 206-444-3830
Fax: (206) 439-3753

18000 International Boulevard, Suite 1000; Seatac, WA 98188-4204

DVR Bellevue
Toll free (voice & TTY): 1-800-622-1375
Voice: 425-590-3115
TTY: 425-649-4237
Fax: 425-649-4330

805 156th Ave NE; Bellevue, WA 98007-4614

With offices statewide, DVR seeks "to enable individuals with disabilities to obtain and keep employment." Wide range of services includes assessment, counseling, medical restoration, training, help with job search and more.
Verified 04/2013

Other resources

Children's Hospital
206-987-2000
4800 Sand Point Way NE; Seattle, WA 98105

In- and out-patient services for disabled youth. Medical coupons and sliding scale fees. Referral from a primary care provider is required.
Verified 04/2013

Easter Seals Washington
206-281-5700
1-800-675-5708

200 West Mercer Street. Suite 210E; Seattle, WA 98119

Information, referral, and follow-up services for children and adults with disabilities.
Verified 03/2013

Alliance of People with disAbilities
206-545-7055
1-800-545-7055 toll free

1120 E Terrace St #100; Seattle, WA 98122

Consulting on ADA, legal rights issues, housing & independent living assistance, employability and accessibility specialist, self-advocacy training, referral services.
Verified 04/2013

Meals On Wheels
206-448-5767
Fax: 206-448-5756

2208 Second Ave, Seattle 98121

Meal and grocery delivery for homebound persons 60 or over. $3.00 per meal suggested donation. Food stamps OK for groceries. Also meals for homebound persons under 60, $4.50 per meal.
Verified 04/2013

Hearing, Speech, and Deafness Center
206-323-5770
Fax: 206-328-6871

1625 19th Ave., Seattle, WA 98122

Clinical evaluation and treatment services for deaf and hearing children and adults. Medical coupons accepted. Audiostore for assistive devices. Speech classes and deaf and hard of hearing advocacy.
Verified 04/2013

Sight Connection
206-525-5556
1-800-458-4888

9709 Third Avenue NE, Suite 100; Seattle 98115-2027

Formerly Community Services for the Blind and Partially Sighted. Vision rehabilitation, specialists in age-related vision loss. Low vision clinic, assistive technology. Adjustment counseling for vision loss. Sight Connections store (adaptive aids store) hours M-F 9-5.
Verified 04/2013

Lifetime Advocacy Plus
206-367-8055
444 NE Ravenna Blvd, Suite 303; Seattle, WA 98115

Guardianship and trust management for disabled and elderly persons.
Verified 04/2013

Disability Rights Washington
206-324-1521
1-800-562-2702
TDD: 1-800-905-0209

315 5th Ave South, Suite 850; Seattle, WA 98104

Formerly Washington Protection and Advocacy System. Private non-profit organization that protects the rights of people with disabilities statewide.
Verified 04/2013

Utility Discount Program
206-684-0268
810 Third Ave., Suite 350; Seattle, WA 98104
Email:udps@seattle.gov

Offers a discount of about 60% on Seattle City Light bill and a 50% discount on Seattle Public Utilities bill. Available for residential City Light and Seattle Public Utilities customers only and does not apply to residences used for business purposes.
Verified 04/2013

Minor Home Repair
206-448-5751

Seattle, Shoreline, Bellevue only. Although this program is operated by Senior Services of Seattle/King County, it provides low-cost home repair for low-income homeowners regardless of age. Also, disabled renters may be eligible for disability access modification with the consent of the landlord.
Verified 04/2013


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This page last fully fact-checked: April 2013
This page last modified: July 4, 2013
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