Developmental Disabilities - Dept of Social and Health Services
The Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) provides support and fosters partnerships that empower people to live in, contribute to, and participate in their communities. Programs administered by DDA are designed to assist individuals with developmental disabilities and their families obtain services and supports based on individual preferences, capabilities and needs. An individual must meet the definition of a developmental disability as defined in Washington State law, under RCW 71A, in order to receive supports or services. Eligible individuals may receive services, including case management, to plan and arrange individual personal care services; in home family support services; employment and community access programs; and out of home residential supports and services.
To transform lives by providing support and fostering partnerships that empower people to live the lives they want.
|Net change from current biennium||1,649,125,215 Increase|
|Percent change from current biennium||78.9% Increase|
Program Level Summary
|General Fund - Federal||661,991,540||722,822,653||321,214,258||889,360,000||976,439,000|
|General Fund - Private/Local||11,221,597||13,300,198||5,393,168||15,516,000||15,549,000|
|General Fund - State||661,983,925||701,807,633||310,076,875||868,732,000||955,256,000|
|Pension Funding Stabilization Account - State||10,577,000||4,504,000||9,017,000||9,017,000|
|Industrial Insurance Premium Refund Account - Nonappropriated||250,782|
|State Agency Office Relocation Pool Account - Nonappropriated||65,000|
|Information Technology Investment Revolving Account - Nonappropriated||24,094|
Operating Budget: Change from Preceding Biennium
|2016-17 Actual||2017-18 Estimated||2018-19 Estimated||2019-20 Proposed||2020-21 Proposed|
|FTE Staff Years||3,601.7||3,885.6||3,951.3||4,316.8||4,557.7|