Bridge Disability Ministries

Bridge Ministries: In our mission to alleviate isolation for people with physical and/or developmental disabilities, our programs and services exist to improve mobility, promote inclusion, enrich community.

Services Include: Visits with people in their homes, or hospital rooms  | Supporting people through their life experiences and goal setting  | Relationship building opportunities through small groups and events. Guardianship program.

Address: 12356 Northup Way Suite 103|  Bellevue, WA 98005-1956
Phone: (425) 885-1006

Community Guides of Total Living Concept

Adults enrolled with the Division of Developmental Disabilities can access this service that assists with resource identification to develop community connections and involvement.

In Seattle contact, Melanie at:

Phone:  (206) 938-1546

In Kent and Auburn, WA, contact Keri at:
Phone: (253) 854-7663 ext 119

FEAT of WA (Families for Effective Autism Treatment)

Serving as a demonstration site, FEAT offers clinical programming for young children that is rooted in the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and it provides services to teens which emphasize the mastery of skills related to self-determination, self-advocacy, resilience, and independence. FEAT also engages with families to help them create effective in-home programs, navigate successfully through transitions, and meet with other parents who can offer guidance for the life journey of autism. Additionally, FEAT collaborates with local and national organizations to bring timely information to its members and it partners with other providers to deliver parent education and professional development services.

Programs include: Rising Star Academy, Transitions for Teens, Experience Learning Project, Super Saturdays, Family Resources.

Location: second floor of Lake Sammamish Foursquare Church| 14434 NE 8th Street | Bellevue, WA 98007
Phone: (425) 223-5126

Life Enrichment Options (LEO)

Life Enrichment Options (LEO) is a community based non-profit organization that advocates and works to support individuals with developmental disabilities to achieve their goals through supportive housing, recreation, employment opportunities and community education.


P.O. Box 117, Issaquah, WA 98027-0006
Phone: 425.395.6688

Northwest Center

Since 1965, Northwest Center has been a leader in promoting the rights and independence of infants, children, teens and adults with developmental disabilities. Through ground breaking programs and services, we have helped transform lives and influence change across the nation. The parents who started Northwest Center refused to accept the prevailing notion that their children with disabilities couldn’t be taught. They banded together and fought relentlessly until the State of Washington recognized that all children—regardless of their ability—have an equal right to education.

Northwest Center is a business whose principal products are inclusion, diversity, and justice for people with developmental conditions like autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and so on. Every business we operate – from high quality preschools, job training, and employment agencies to manufacturing, document destruction, food service, facility maintenance, and hospital grade hygienic laundry – demonstrates the value that emerges when people of all abilities engage with each other in work, play, learning, and life. Northwest Center proves that inclusion is not a compromise, that diversity and inclusion make all organizations stronger and more successful.

Phone: (206)285.9140
Location: 7272 W. Marginal Way S. | PO Box 80827 | Seattle, WA 98108

Seattle Children’s Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center

Seattle Children’s Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center

Seattle Children’s Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center

Seattle Children’s Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center was created to help meet the important needs of adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or other developmental disabilities as they age out of the education system. The Burnett Adult Life Center hosts year-round classes for adults age 18 or older. Our classes promote lifelong learning, enhance quality of life and provide meaningful ways to take part in the community.

Phone: 425-488-6173
Address: 19213 Bothell Way, Bothell, WA 98011

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The Arc of King County

Arc of King County
Founded in 1936, The Arc of King County is the oldest non-profit organization serving children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families in the Greater Puget Sound area, and is one of the oldest such organizations in the United States.

The Arc of King County provides direct, hands-on support to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

Phone: 206-364-6337 | 1-877-964-0600 Toll-free