Medicaid Information for Washington Residents

Aging and Disability Services Administration (ADSA)

  • Assistance with in home care and residential care, Adult Protective Services
  • Adult family, nursing and boarding homes
  • Residential Habilitation Centers (Institutions), Assist with in-home and residential care, Infant Toddler Early Intervention Program
  • Mental health community programs
  • Chemical dependence services
Children’s Administration (CA)

  • Child Protective Services (CPS), child and family welfare, domestic violence, Indian child welfare
  • Out-of-home care, placement with relatives or licensed foster parents
  • Permanent families – family reunification, guardianship support, adoption support
  • Family support – family reconciliation
Deaf and Hard of Hearing

  • Service delivery to the deaf, hard of hearing and deaf-blind communities throughout Washington State
  • Relay services, telecommunication equipment
  • Sign language interpreters
Diversity Affairs

  • Equal employment opportunities;
  • Affirmative action
Economic Services Administration (ESA)

  • Help for needy – cash assistance, food stamps, WorkFirst, child care assistance
  • Child support
  • Refugee and immigrant assistance
  • Disability determination services
Financial Services

  • Responsible for accurate reporting of how the Department balances its budget and uses public dollars
Government and Community Relations

  • Serves as liaison with local, state and federal governments, tribes, elected officials and customers
  • Responsible for congressional and state legislative agenda and activities
  • Responds to inquiries about our many services
  • Oversees the Victim Witness Notification Program
Medicaid Purchasing Administration (MPA) – Formerly Health and Recovery Services Administration

  • Medicaid – state/federal low income medical assistance
  • Family planning services
  • Family medical, maternity services
  • Apple Health for Kids
Indian Policy

  • Assist the collective needs of Tribal Governments
  • Service delivery to all American Indians and Alaska natives in Washington State.
Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration (JRA)

  • Residential care – community programs, institutions, treatment
  • After Care – Parole and structured transition services
Planning, Performance and Accountability (PPA)

  • Provides research and evaluation services to our programs and administrations
  • Provides coordination of work for housing, children and families of incarcerated parents and offender re-entry policies and services
  • Provides performance management resources and tools across the Department
  • Serves as liaisons for planning and performance in Government Management Accountability and Performance (GMAP)
Public Affairs

  • News and media resources and contacts
  • Press releases
  • Internal agency communications
  • Web communications
  • Visual communications – Publications, brochures, video magazine
Special Commitment Center

  • Specialized mental health treatment for violent predators
State Psychiatric Hospitals

  • Child Study & Treatment Center
  • Eastern State Hospital
  • Western State Hospital
Vocational Rehabilitation

  • Helps people with disabilities participate fully in their communities and become employed

Home Products for Seniors supplies the following products for qualified Medicaid recipients in the State of Washington;

  • Underpads (disposable)
  • Underpads (reusable)
  • Gloves
  • Briefs / Diapers
  • Underwear / Pullups
  • Belted Undergarments
  • Pantliners
  • Pads
  • Men’s Guards
  • Children / Youth Products

If you are NOT on Medicaid, but are still interested in home delivered adult incontinence products, diabetic testing supplies, and other general in-home care needs, please visit our other site, Home Diaper Delivery.

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