American Indians & Alaska Natives

The Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) strives to develop and implement public policies that promote individual worth, self-respect, and dignity so that each person is valued as a contributing member of the community.

Case Resource Managers assist clients and their families to identify interests and support needs and to access DDA services and/or other community resources for which you are eligible and have a need.  If it is determined that you are an eligible client of the Administration, your access to DDA paid services depends on:

  • Your meeting eligibility requirements for the specific service;
  • Having an assessed need for the service; and
  • Available funding for the service. The availability of funding does not apply to Medicaid State Plan services or services available under the DDA Home and Community Based Waivers.

All people who receive paid services have a Case Resource Manager assigned to assist them. To find eligibility Information for DDA services, click on Eligibility.

To find information about DDA offices, see Find an Office.

Services

Documents

Resource Links

IPAC Subcommittee Monthly Meetings

DSHS 7.01 Plans

Staff Contact

Linda Gil, DDA Tribal Liaison
linda.gil@dshs.wa.gov