Maps

Maps of DSHS Regions and Facilities

Map of DSHS Regions at ArcGIS Online
DSHS Regions

Map of Regional Support Network Regions
Support Network Regions

Map of DSHS Offices at ArcGIS Online
DSHS Offices

Map of Nursing Homes at ArcGIS Online
Nursing Homes

Map of Adult Family Homes at ArcGIS Online
Adult Family Homes

Map of Assisted Living Facilities at ArcGIS Online
Assisted Living Facilities


American Community Surveys (ACS) Maps

Description:  2013 American Community Surveys (ACS) 5-year estimates of persons who speak a foreign language at home and speak English less than “very well” by Census Tract. The maps were prepared for DSHS and its partners to assist in emergency preparedness planning for Washington jurisdictions.
Details:  Each map set includes a statewide map and a map for each Washington county where a given language is spoken.
The maps were produced for the top 5 foreign languages spoken at home in WA whose speakers also speak English less than “very well.”


Persons Speaking a Language Other Than English at Home Who Speak English Less Than "Very Well": Top 5 Languages

Rank

Language

Total

MOE

Rate per 10,000

MOE, Rate per 10,000

Maps

1

Spanish

225,327

9,264

345.1

14.2

Spanish Speakers (ACS data by Census Tract)

2

Chinese

43,144

4,926

66.1

7.5

Chinese Speakers (ACS data by Census Tract)

3

Vietnamese

37,327

4,554

57.2

7.0

Vietnamese Speakers (ACS data by Census Tract)

4

Korean

28,599

3,475

43.8

5.3

Spanish Speakers (ACS data by Census Tract)

5

Russian

20,219

4,110

31.0

6.3

Russian Speakers (ACS data by Census Tract)

Data:  To see state-level data on all foreign languages spoken at home in Washington in 2013, click here: Languages spoken at home in Washington 2013.pdf
For Census tract-level data on all foreign languages spoken at home in Washington in 2013, click here: Languages spoken at home by Census tract 2013.xlsx


Description:  2012 American Community Surveys (ACS) - 5 year estimates of persons with disabilities or other support needs by Census Tract.  The maps were prepared for DSHS and the Washington Department of Health to assist in emergency preparedness planning for Washington jurisdictions.
Details:  Each map set includes a statewide map and a map for each Washington county (a total of 40 maps).
Data:  Spatial and tabular data used to create the maps will is available at the DSHS Geospatial Open Data portal.

Format:  This is a collection of PDF maps that you can view or print (page size 8.5" X 11"). Maps in PDF format

Persons with a Disability (ACS data by Census Tract)
Persons with a Disability (ACS)

Hearing Difficulty (ACS data by Census Tract)
Hearing Difficulty (ACS)

Vision Difficulty (ACS data by Census Tract)
Vision Difficulty (ACS)

Cognitive Difficulty (ACS data by Census Tract)
Cognitive Difficulty (ACS)

Ambulatory Difficulty (ACS data by Census Tract)
Ambulatory Difficulty (ACS)

Self-Care Difficulty (ACS data by Census Tract)
Self-Care Difficulty (ACS)

Independent Living Difficulty (ACS data by Census Tract)
Independent Living
Difficulty (ACS)

Person with Two or more Disabilities (ACS data by Census Tract)
Person with Two or more
Disabilities (ACS)

Person with a Disability and in Poverty (ACS data by Census Tract)
Person with a Disability
and in Poverty (ACS)

Children under 5 years old (ACS data by Census Tract)
Children under 5 years old (ACS)

Seniors over 65 years old (ACS data by Census Tract)
Seniors over 65 years old (ACS)

Seniors in Group Quarters (ACS data by Census Tract)
Seniors in Group Quarters (ACS)

Seniors that live alone (ACS data by Census Tract)
Seniors that live alone (ACS)

Persons with No Car (ACS data by Census Tract)
Persons with No Car (ACS)

Seniors with No Car (ACS data by Census Tract)
Seniors with No Car (ACS)

Limited English Proficiency (ACS data by Census Tract)
Limited English Proficiency (ACS)