Tribal Resources

This page serves as a place for additional resources that may be of interest to both those receiving services or family members caring for a loved one. Some resources are developed within ALTSA while others are created externally or are links that may take you to a different organization with helpful information. If there is a resource you think would improve the lives of clients or family members who are supporting an aging family member please contact Ann or Marietta to discuss.


Tribal/APS Place mats 

Each year, increasingly more tribal members experience financial exploitation. Adult Protective Services collaborated with tribal members to create an informational place mat for senior meals that  provides information to elders about how to protect themselves.

The place mat is customizable. The image, contact information and text can be altered to meet the specific needs of a tribe. If you have questions or would like to order place mats, please contact  Amanda Williams at amanda.williams2@dshs.wa.gov.

 

 


Voices of Children Annual Contest

The 18th Annual Voices of Children Contest is a contest for children in Washington State, who are being raised (now or in the past) by a relative – other than their parents. The contest honors both, the more than 57,000 children, and the more than 47,000 grandparents & relatives in the state who are raising them. Write a poem, short essay or draw a picture that describes how living with a relative has made a positive difference in your life. Prizes include: $100 from Twin Star Credit Union; a gas card; a one-year Discover Parks Pass and a WA State Parks Bucket Journal. Deadline for submissions is April 15, 2021.

See links for more details and the application.

The 1st Annual Voices of Kinship Caregivers Contest is a contest for Kinship Caregivers in Washington State who are raising (now or in the past) a relative child not their own. This contest honors the unique experiences of more than 47,000 grandparents & relative caregivers in Washington State who are Kinship Caregivers. All participating caregivers must live in Washington State. Three winners will be awarded a $50 Amazon gift card.  Deadline for submissions is April 15, 2021. See links for more details.


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