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Adult Day Care Services (ADSA)
Phone: 1-800-422-3263 (voice); 1-800-737-7931 (TDD) 
Web site: http://www.aasa.dshs.wa.gov/default.htm
Description: Provides supervised daytime programs where frail and disabled adults can participate in social, educational, and recreational activities. Offers respite to caregivers by providing a safe alternative to home care.
Areas Served: Statewide
Eligibility: Persons age 18 and over who are eligible for COPES (See "In-home services-COPES"). It is appropriate for clients who have chronic medical conditions that do not require the services of a skilled health professional on a routine basis.
How to apply: Contact HCS or AAA case manager to find a local office. Persons seeking to pay privately may contact the program directly.
Fees: Most services are covered by Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance.

Adult Day Center Program
720 Sprague, Walla Walla, WA 
Phone: 509- 527-0771
Description: This program is designed to help people with physical, social, cognitive, and emotional problems, which interfere with their activities of daily living. Offers adult day health services to persons 40 years of age and older
Area Served: Walla Walla
Eligibility: Area residents
How to apply: Call for services

Home Care of Washington
700 E. Mountain View St., #503, Ellensburg, WA  98926
Phone:  (509) 933-4411; Toll Free: (888) 410-9162; Fax: (509) 933-4412
Kennewick: (509) 735-8680; Toll Free: (888) 735-8680; Fax: (509) 735-8684
Moses Lake: (509) 764-7530; Toll Free: (866) 764-7530; Fax: (509) 764-7535
Spokane: (509) 847-0300; Toll Free: (866) 847-0300; Fax: (509) 847-0333
Yakima: (509) 248-5355: Toll Free: (888) 448-5355; Fax: (509) 248-5706
Walla Walla: (509) 526-3860; Toll Free: (888) 528-3860; Fax: (509) 526-3865
Wenatchee:  (509) 886-0473; Toll Free: (886) 886-0473; Fax: (509) 884-4792
Web site: http://www.hcow.net
Description:  Provides relief for families and other unpaid caregivers of vulnerable adults age 18 and over.
Areas Served: Kennewick, Moses Lake, Spokane, Yakima, Walla Walla, Wenatchee
Eligibility: Vulnerable adults age 18 and over
How to apply: Call for services

Addus Healthcare Inc
23 South Wenatchee Ave, Suite 121, East Wenatchee, WA  98801
Phone: 509-665-952; Toll Free: 1 (877) 415-7570
Yakima: 509-965-5126
Web site: http://www.addus.com/
Description: Community-based health, social and supportive services in a safe, protective environment. Skilled home health care, and adult day service 
Areas Served: Chelan and Yakima Counties
Eligibility: Clients may be physically, mentally, or functionally impaired, or may simply need companionship or supervision during part of the day.
How to apply: Call for services

Chesterfield Health Services Respite Program
1009 N Washington, Suite A, Spokane, WA 99201
Phone: (509) 326-4655; Toll Free: (866) 326-4655; Fax: (509) 326-4672
Chewelah:  (509) 935-8843; Toll Free: (888) 428-1273; Fax: (509) 935-7078
Toll Free Fax: (866) 935-7078
Tri-Cities: (509) 735-6899. Toll-Free: (866) 735-6899: Fax: (509) 735-7009
Whitman: (509) 397-3328; Fax: (509) 397-3467
Yakima:  (509) 457-3020; Fax: (509) 457-3022; Toll Free: (866) 457-3020
Web site: http://chesterfieldhealth.com
Description: Provides qualified, caring people who come to your home and take over care of your loved one so that you can enjoy regularly scheduled breaks from day-to-day responsibilities of caregiving 
Areas Served: Tri-Cities, Whitman County, Yakima, Ferry, Pend Oreille And Stevens Counties 
Eligibility: Frail or older adults
How to apply: Call for services

Holy Family Adult Day Centers (HFADC)
6018 N. Astor Spokane, WA 99208 North Center
Phone: (509) 482-2475; FAX (509) 482-2490
4827 S. Palouse Hwy, Spokane, WA 99223 South Center
Phone: (509) 252-6600; FAX (509) 252-6601
Email: info@hfadc.org
Web site: http://www.hfadc.org/
Description: Provides supervised daytime programs where frail and disabled adults can participate in social, educational, and recreational activities. Offers respite to caregivers by providing a safe alternative to home care.
Eligibility: Frail or older adults whose lives have been challenged by illness, dementia, injuries
How to apply: Call for services


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