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1. Disability Rights Washington (this service is a priority service)

Advocacy Services

315 5th Ave S, Suite 850, Seattle, WA, 98104

2483 Miles—Get Directions

(800) 562-2702

Contact Hours: M-F, 8:30am-5pm. Intake for Services: M-F, 9am-noon, 1-4pm.

Website

 http://disabilityrightswa.org

Description: Provides disability rights information and strategies for how to become a stronger self-advocate; has limited legal services for disability and civil rights violations. Focuses legal resources on systemic cases.

Description: Provides disability rights information and strategies for how to become a stronger self-advocate; has limited legal services for disability and civil rights violations. Focuses legal resources on systemic cases.

CAN-DO (Community Advocacy Network-Dial Olympia)

600 Lakeway Dr Suite 100, Bellingham, WA, 98225

2475 Miles—Get Directions

(360) 676-6749

Contact Hours: M-F, 8am-5pm

Website

 http://www.nwrcwa.org

Description: An email-based advocacy system supporting services for seniors and people with disabilities.

Description: An email-based advocacy system supporting services for seniors and people with disabilities.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services

114 W. Magnolia, Ste. 106, Bellingham, WA, 98225

2475 Miles—Get Directions

(360) 647-0910

Contact Hours: M-F, 8:30am-5pm

Website

 http://www.hsdc.org/

Description: Information, referral, education and advocacy.

Description: Information, referral, education and advocacy.

Investigation, Advocacy and Mediation

Call for location

(206) 849-2939

Contact Hours: M-F, 8am-5pm.

Website

 http://www.washingtoncap.org

Description: Helps people understand and receive services of Washington Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and Washington State Department of Services for the Blind . Teaches clients about their rights and protection under the law.

Description: Helps people understand and receive services of Washington Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and Washington State Department of Services for the Blind . Teaches clients about their rights and protection under the law.

Advocacy, Information and Referral

1200 12th Ave S, Suite 175, Seattle, WA, 98144

2482 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 324-9120

Contact Hours: M-F, 8:30am-4pm.

Website

 http://www.helenkeller.org/hknc

Description: Provides information, referral, consultation, and advocacy services related to deaf-blindness; links people who are both deaf and blind with services and training.

Description: Provides information, referral, consultation, and advocacy services related to deaf-blindness; links people who are both deaf and blind with services and training.

Public Awareness

316 Broadway, Suite 305, Seattle, WA, 98122

2482 Miles—Get Directions

(877) 982-4292

Contact Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm.

Website

 http://biawa.org

Description: Educates the public about the causes of brain injuries, means of prevention and special rehabilitation needs. Advocates for legislation on brain injuries and related issues.

Description: Educates the public about the causes of brain injuries, means of prevention and special rehabilitation needs. Advocates for legislation on brain injuries and related issues.

Information & Assistance

24437 Russell Rd, Suite 220, Kent, WA, 98032

2483 Miles—Get Directions

(253) 216-4479

Contact Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm.

Website

 http://multiculturalfamilies.org

Description: Provides culturally and linguistically appropriate information and referral to people with developmental disabilities and special health care needs.

Description: Provides culturally and linguistically appropriate information and referral to people with developmental disabilities and special health care needs.

Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities

810 3rd Ave, Central Building, Suite 750, Seattle, WA, 98104

2483 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 684-4500

Contact Hours: M-F, 8am-5pm.

Website

 http://seattle.gov/civilrights

Description: Acts as a liaison between people with disabilities and city government. Promotes programs that support and ensure social, legal and economic equality for people with disabilities.

Description: Acts as a liaison between people with disabilities and city government. Promotes programs that support and ensure social, legal and economic equality for people with disabilities.

Advocacy

616 SW 152nd St, Suite B, Burien, WA, 98166

2485 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 241-1843

Contact Hours: M-F, 9am-4:30pm.

Website

 http://nwpva.org

Description: Helps disabled veterans negotiate with the Veterans Administration, file for compensation and receive full benefits. Advocates for full implementation of Title V (Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973) and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Description: Helps disabled veterans negotiate with the Veterans Administration, file for compensation and receive full benefits. Advocates for full implementation of Title V (Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973) and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Supportive Services

Pierce County Association of the Blind at TACID

6315 S 19th St, TACID, Tacoma, WA, 98466

2497 Miles—Get Directions

(253) 537-4428

Contact Hours: Meeting: 3rd Tu, 10am-Noon; 3rd Sa; 11am-1pm For information on the group: M-Su, 8am-8pm

Description: Promotes educational, economic and legislative objectives for the blind. Works with Pierce County legally blind residents and their families.

Description: Promotes educational, economic and legislative objectives for the blind. Works with Pierce County legally blind residents and their families.

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