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 Aging and Long Term Care of Eastern WA  (ALTCEW) 
1222 N. Post, Spokane, WA 99201-2518 
Phone: (509) 458-2509; Fax: (509) 458-2003; 
TTY: (509) 477-4442 
Ferry County:  (509) 775-3341
Stevens / Pend Oreille Counties: (509) 684-3932
Spokane County: (509) 458-7450
Whitman County: (509) 397-4305
Web site: http://www.altcew.org/
Description: Information, referrals and, assistance services include: case management, adult day health, respite caregiver training and in-home services 
Areas Served: Ferry, Stevens, Pend Oreille, Spokane, and Whitman Counties.
Eligibility: Seniors and vulnerable adults with disabilities and their caregivers
How to apply: Call for service
Fees: Medicaid, private pay and insurance

Washington Association of Area Agencies on Aging (W4A)
1501 South Capitol Way, Suite 103 - Olympia, WA 98501
Phone: 360-570-2239 Fax: 360-570-1943
Email: w4a@olywa.net
Web site: http://www.agingwashington.org
Description: Provides information on state-sponsored and non-profit programs for seniors and disabled adults in WA State.
Areas Served: Statewide
Eligibility: Seniors and disabled adults
How to apply: Call for services

BenefitsCheckUp Online Washington 
Phone: 1-888-435-3377
Web site: http://beta.benefitscheckup.org/link/seniorservices
Description: What benefits do you qualify for? Senior Services in partnership with the National Council on Aging brings you a free, new product that will assist you in determining what benefits you or a loved one may qualify for. 
Areas Served: WA State
Eligibility: By filling a confidential, anonymous survey you can find out what programs you or a loved one may qualify for at a reduced price or for free.
How to apply: Visit web site or call toll free for services
Fees: Most services are low cost or free.

Central Region

Aging and Adult Care Of Central Washington (AACCW) 
50 Simon St SE, East Wenatchee, WA 98802-7727 
Phone: (800) 572-4459 
Moses Lake: (877) 380-5787 
Omak: (888) 437-4147 
FAX: (509) 884-6943; Toll Free: (800) 572-4459; 
Toll Free TDD: (800) 833-6388
Web site: http://www.aaccw.org/
Description:  Provides information, referrals and assistance including: respite, case management, personal care and advocacy. Also offers: family caregiver support, training and continuing education case management care planning and kinship caregivers support nutrition, transportation and respite (Age 18+).
Areas Served: Chelan, Douglas, Okanogan, Adams, Lincoln and Grant counties
Eligibility: Persons with disabilities ages 18 and older, family caregivers of any age, including grandparents raising grandchildren.
How to apply: Call for services
Fees: Medicaid, private pay and insurance

Washington Gorge Action Programs
1250 E Highway 14, Bingen, WA 98605
Phone: (509) 493-2662 Information Line; FAX: (509) 493-4430; Toll Free: (800) 755-1192
Description: Community action agency provides information and referrals 
Areas Served: Klickitat and Skamania Counties.
Eligibility: Area residents
How to apply: Call for services

Southeast WA Aging and Long Term Care
Phone:  877-401-2583 
Ellensburg: 509-925-8765; 509-674-5233;
Cle Elum: 509-674-5233 
Yakima: 509-469-0500 - 1-866-891-2582 
Kennewick, 509-735-0315
Pasco, 509-545-3459
Walla Walla, 509-529-6470 - 1-888-769-2582
Pomeroy, 509-843-3563
Web site: http://www.altcwashington.com 
Description: Information and referrals, case management, adult day health, respite, caregiver support and training and in-home services 
Areas Served: Asotin, Benton, Columbia, Franklin, Garfield, Kittitas, Walla Walla, and Yakima counties 
Eligibility: Older persons and individuals needing long term care 
How to apply: Call for services

Colville Indian AAA
Phone: 509-634-2759
Description: Information and referrals, case management, adult day health, respite, caregiver training and in-home services 
Areas Served: Colville Indian Reservation
Eligibility: Older persons and individuals needing long term care
How to apply: Call for services

Southwest Region

Southwest Washington AAA Senior Information & Assistance
Clark County - 360-694-8144
Cowlitz & Wahkiakum Counties - 360-577-4929
Skamania County Senior Services - 509-427-9466
White Salmon, Klickitat County Senior Services - 509-493-3068 -
Goldendale, Klickitat County Senior Services- 509-773-3757 -
Web site: http://www.helpingelders.org
Description:  Information, referrals and assistance service providing: one stop access for information on a wide range of public and private resources 
Areas Served: Southeast Washington
Eligibility: Seniors, disabled adults, and their families
How to apply: Call for services
Fees: Web access and information and referral services are free of charge


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