Now Accepting Request for Proposals (RFP) Applications for Community Information, Outreach and Referral (CIOR) Services.

https://videopress.com/v/cqOPzopy?preloadContent=metadata Now Accepting Request for Proposals (RFP) Applications from the King County Developmental Disabilities and Early Childhood Supports Division (DDECSD) for Community Information, Outreach and Referral (CIOR) Services. If you need accommodations to apply, please contact Jim Ott at jim.ott@kingcounty.gov. Please allow enough time to make accommodation arrangements before the RFP closing date. RFP Deadline…

New Videos from “Don’t Hang on to Meds”

Don’t Hang on to Meds is a program from the Behavioral Health and Recovery Division of the King County Department of Community and Human Services which educates people about safe medicine return. Don’t Hang on to Meds! Medicine return drop-boxes are located at grocery stores, pharmacies, clinics and other locations in King County. Find one…

Community and School Resources in King County

During these changing times and with school closures, some of our community members in King County have reached out to find out where to locate resources such as food, utility assistance, health care/ health plans, and learning/ educational sources. LaTonya Rogers who is with the Department of Community and Human Services Behavioral Health and Recovery…

Developmental Screening for All: Workforce Development

Originally published on the Best Starts for Kids Blog This is the fourth and final post in our blog series “Developmental Screening for All.” For the past year, Best Starts for Kids has been gathering feedback from community members and partners to better understand the successes, gaps and disparities related to developmental screening, referral and…

Woman speaking at Somali Community Cafe

Developmental Screening for All: Building an Equitable System for Developmental Screening, Referral, and Connection

This post was originally published to the Best Starts for Kids blog. This is the third post in our blog series “Developmental Screening for All.” For the past year, Best Starts for Kids has been gathering feedback from community members and partners to better understand the successes, gaps and disparities related to developmental screening, referral and…

Developmental Screening for All: A Strength-Based Approach

This post was originally published to the Best Starts for Kids blog. For the past year, Best Starts for Kids has been gathering feedback from community members and partners to better understand the successes, gaps and disparities related to developmental screening, referral and connection to services in King County. We are so excited to now share back…