DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES ADMINISTRATION
Where can I go for more information, and how will I be kept up to date and participate in planning for residents?
- This webpage is your source for information about RHC Consolidation. Documents and other project products will be posted as soon as they are available.
- Dedicated transition teams will be available to work directly with clients, families and guardians to answer questions.
- Report to the Legislature: Fiscal Status Report – Consolidation of RHCs (12-5-11)
- The Closure of Frances Haddon Morgan Center: A Quality Assurance Report (2-1-2012)
- Frances Haddon Morgan Center Predesign Study for Future Use Options (12-21-11)
- Yakima Valley School Predesign Study for Future Use Options (12-21-11)
- Quality Assurance for People Moving from RHCs (2-8-2011)
- Guiding Principles for Choice (2-2-2011)
- DDD Roads to Community Living Briefing Paper (9-12-2011)
- Assuring a Quality System of Health, Safety and Habilitation (January 2011)
- System of Supports for People with Developmental Disabilities Briefing Report (Updated January 2011)
- DDD Services
- DDD Quality Assurance
- Supported Living Program Locator
- Choosing a DDD Residential Provider
This is Jenn's Story. Jenn recently moved from the Frances Haddon Morgan Center in Bremerton into her own home in southwestern Washington. Roads to Community Living (RCL) is a federal grant which includes funding for services for adults and children with developmental disabilities living in state institutions who want to move back to the community.
Don Clintsman, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Developmental Disabilities Administration, firstname.lastname@example.org