Support Services

We support adults with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to live safe and fulfilling lives through experiences that foster independence and enhance self-esteem. Our representative payee program assists those with Social Security benefits and budgeting for independent living, and Foundational Community Supports provide benefits for supportive housing and supported employment.

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Our Disability Services programs include our state-recognized Supported Living program and our Meaningful Day recreational day program.


Our ground-breaking Training Department also provides training to other agencies. We created the first virtual "Train The Trainer" program for the Developmental Disabilities Administration of Washington State.

Our Programs


Supported living enables people to live in their own homes in the community with support.


For eligibility and to apply, you will need to start with Washington State's DDA office below.


After approval, you will be able to select our program for services.

Application for eligibility


Unfortunately, we have had to pause this program temporarily due to COVID-19. Please stay tuned for updates.


The Representative Payee Program is a service that helps you budget your SocialSecurity Administration (SSA) benefits.


Through the Rep Payee Program, local service providers will work with you to budget your benefits to help you pay for food, shelter, clothing, and medical care.


We have adapted certain trainings to an online format in response to the pandemic. Training Coordinator Matthias Austin is recognized as a Master Trainer for DDA.

Please contact us for more information.

Matthias Austin

(425) 259-3191

VOAWW is a proud member of American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR)

Click to learn more about this vital organization advocating for and supporting people with developmental disabilities.
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Do you need more information about
Personal Support Services?


Brenda Priest

Senior Director, Disability Services