AGING CARE CONSULTATION SERVICES (ACCS)
ACCS helps seniors and families in understanding their needs, planning for care, identifying resources for support, and navigating the complexity of aging.
ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION - OREGON AND SW WASHINGTON
Serving all 38 Oregon counties plus Clark and Skamamia counties in Washington, this local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association® is there to help.
ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION - WASHINGTON STATE CHAPTER
Serving 47 counties in Washington and North Idaho, the Alzheimer’s Association Washington State Chapter is the premier resource in the Pacific Northwest for people impacted by dementia. Through five local offices and a network of dedicated volunteers, this Chapter offers a broad range of care and support services, education and advocacy, as well as funding for Alzheimer’s and dementia research.
GenPride advocates for the unique needs of older LGBTQIA+ adults, offers innovative programs and services that promote wellbeing and prevent social isolation, cultivates belonging through community connection, and works to eliminate discrimination in all its forms.
NORTHWEST LGBT SENIOR CARE PROVIDERS NETWORK
The vision of the Northwest LGBT Seniro Care Providers Network is to provide education and support for the LGBT senior community when navigating through the health care continuum, while ensuring that their dignity and individual choices are respected and honored.
THE QLAW FOUNDATION OF WASHINGTON
QLaw Foundation believes that LGBTQ2S+ communities are inherently powerful and creates community-centered resources and legal education to supplement on-going community knowledge sharing.
WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES - AGING AND LONG-TERM SUPPORT ADMINISTRATION (ALTSA)
The Aging and Long-Term Support Administration (ALTSA) promotes choice, independence, and safety through innovative services and partnerships with tribes, advocates, providers and caregivers to support seniors and people with disabilities so they can live with good health, independence, dignity and control over decisions that affect their lives.
WASHINGTON STATE LGBTQ COMMISSION
The Washington State LGBTQ Commission works to improve the state’s interface with the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, two-spirit, and intersex community, identify the needs of its members, and ensuring that there is an effective means of advocating for LGBTQ equity in all aspects of state government.