Youth Directory

We have six locations throughout Washington State: Olympia/Lacey, Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Vancouver and Yakima.

Washington State’s Department of Services for the Blind (DSB) provides "one front door" for people of all ages who are blind or have low vision in Washington State.

 We provide job counseling and teach adaptive skills to people who are blind or have low vision.

 We serve children and youth who are blind or have low vision from birth through high school graduation.

To endeavor to make a positive difference in the lives of people eligible for services, through offering quality supports and services that are:individual/family driven' stable and flexible; satisfying to the person and their family their family; and able to meet individual needs. Supports and services shall be offered in ways that ensure people have the necessary information to make decisions about their options and provide optimum opportunities for success.

Indoor pool located at Mark Morris High School in Longview WA. Private pool. Call or email for pool details or activities offered.

The DDD assists individuals with developmental disabilities and their families to obtain services and support based on individual preference, capabilities and needs, and which promote everyday activities, routines and relationships common to most citizens. There are no fees.

A determination of eligibility is a determination that a person meets the definition of a developmental disability as defined in Washington State law. An individual must meet the eligibility definition to become a DDD client. DDD services are dependent on availability of funding and/or eligibility for the specific services. Service eligibility will be determined after an assessment is completed. Access to Medicaid State Plan services and Home and Community Based Waiver services are not limited by availability of funding.

For more information on available services, contact us. Participation in all DDD services is voluntary.

The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) provides employment services and counseling to individuals with disabilities who want to work but experience barriers to work because of a physical, sensory, and/or mental disability. A DVR counselor works with each person to develop a customized plan of services designed to help them reach their employment goal. DVR assistance may include, but is not limited to the following: Counseling and Guidance; Assessment Services; Independent Living Services; Assistive Technology Services; Training and Education; Job-related Services

We at the Department of Early Learning (DEL) strive to help create safe, healthy nurturing learning experiences for all Washington children. Our work focuses on the earliest years in children's homes, child care, school programs and communities. We offer information and resources for children's first and most important teachers -- parents -- as well as others who care for and teach young children.

We exist to impact our community with the love of Christ. Our Values – Grace, Growth, Group, Gifts, Generosity

We do not have a youth ministry per se at EKBC.  We seek to do as much as possible as a family unit. This does not mean that our Sunday School and some of our Bible Studies are not age graded for maturational and learning level purposes. What this does mean is that our ministry activities, fellowship and recreational activities, though perhaps targeting a particular age group, are done as families. 

Providing Services for People with Disabilities and Their Families.  Children and adults with disabilities and other special needs find the highest-quality services designed to meet their individual needs when they come to Easter Seals Washington. Our mission is accomplished through the following core programs and services in Washington state.

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