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Housing Resources

Walla Walla Valley Disability Network does not endorse or recommend any particular products, treatments, services or diagnosis, whether specifically or generally, and professional advice should be sought in relation to all  health and treatment decisions. We provide information and listings only which we hope are helpful.

Washington

  • Adult Family Homes are regular neighborhood homes where staff assumes responsibility for the safety and well-being of the adult. A room, meals, laundry, supervision and varying levels of assistance with care are provided. Some provide occasional nursing care. Some offer specialized care for people with mental health issues, developmental disabilities or dementia. The home can have two to six residents and is licensed by the state.

  • Alternative Residential Services assists our clients with all areas of community living. We provide financial guidance and resources, transportation, and medical services. We also offer medication management, meal planning and preparation, along with shopping assistance.

  • If you are eligible or enrolled in the Developmental Disabilities Administration’s (DDA) CORE or Community Protection waiver and are looking for a Supported Living Agency in your area, check out DDA’s updated locator map.

  • PDF of agencies throughout Washington State.

  • HomeChoice is a downpayment assistance, second mortgage loan program for qualified borrowers who have a disability or who have a family member with a disability living with them. Funds up to $15,000. HomeChoice combines with House Key and Home Advantage first mortgage loan programs. One-on-one counseling is required.

  • VRS is a community based non-profit organization offering supported living, transitional housing and family support opportunities in Walla Walla and Columbia Counties in Washington since 1982.

Oregon

  • Connect to local information for seniors and people with disabilities, their families and caregivers.

  • Oregon’s Family Caregiver Support Program helps caregivers support their loved ones and themselves. For example, services such as respite care and transportation can help.

  • Milton-Freewater, Hermiston & Pendleton Divisions - Horizon Project, Inc. operates twelve group homes, three supported living programs and three semi-independent living programs, which houses individuals in apartments or houses. Each group home houses up to 5 individuals and the supported living program serves a growing number of individuals at various locations in the communities.