Information & Family Support
We listen. We empower. We connect.
*Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in King County and beyond, The Arc of King County is here to help. We offer resources, information and support over the phone to people with I/DD, parents and family members and other members of our disability community.
If you are an adult with an intellectual or developmental disability who is isolated and needs to talk, The Arc of King County has volunteers who are ready to serve as phone buddies! Please reach out to the Information and Family Support Team at 206-829-7053 or firstname.lastname@example.org and mention the Phone Buddy program if you or someone you know is interested.
We listen to individual and family stories without judgement. Our team understands the unique challenges and joys found within the intellectual and developmental disability (I/DD) community and is available to listen to concerns and suggest resources or support.
We empower individuals and families by providing tips and tools to locate, access, and navigate the various I/DD resources and services in King County. We also empower individuals and families by showing them that they are not alone in their journey.
We connect individual and families with resources as well as with each other to develop a network of support.
The Arc of King County provides specialized services and activities in English, Spanish, and specifically for African American families. For other languages, we utilize interpreters.
To contact the team:
English: 206-829-7053 OR Ask@arcofkingcounty.org
Spanish: 206-829-7030 OR Preguntas@arcofkingcounty.org
African American (Richard Mullen): 206-829-7036 OR RMullen@arcofkingcounty.org