Securing accommodations, support, and services needed for meaningful community living

The Community Inclusion and Services Program advocates for the provision of accommodations, services, treatment, and technology necessary to support the choices of people with disabilities to safely and meaningfully participate as equal citizens in any social, economic, or political aspect of community life.

Program Updates

Coalition of Advocates Urging DDA to Reconsider Proposed Amendments to Medicaid Waivers

February 19, 2019DRW and a coalition of advocates are urging the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) to reconsider the proposed amendments to the

DRW and Allies Speak Out Against Violent Incident Involving Spokane Public Schools School Resource Officer

February 13, 2019Update: Officer Audie has resigned from his position. Links to news coverage are at the bottom of the page. Disability

New Report: Let Us Come Home

October 17, 2018New report released today: Washington’s Out-of-State Youth Plead: Let us Come Home Report and Recommendations. Disability Rights Washington (DRW) has completed an investigation of Clarinda Academy, one of the many out-of-state institutions where Washington State has been sending foster youth with behavioral health needs. Learn more...

Policy Goals for the New Access Paratransit Contract

August 28, 2018Disability Rights Washington (DRW), Washington ADAPT West, and the Transit Riders Union have co-released a new report regarding the poor quality of the paratransit services in King County for riders with disabilities who cannot use fixed route buses.
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