State of Washington Department of Social and Health Services
At Washington state’s largest agency, they work to transform the lives of over 2.5 million people they serve each year. Their 15,000 employees engage daily with the state’s most vulnerable residents. They are known for their innovative approaches to social services and their strong belief they can accomplish their mission only through strong partnerships with communities and solid government-to-government relationships with Native American tribes.
They envision a state in which all people are healthy, safe and supported and taxpayer resources are safeguarded. They value honesty and integrity, open communication, a pursuit of excellence, diversity and inclusion and commitment to service. They are nationally recognized for their services to adults and children with a wide range of needs, including long-term care, behavioral health assistance; child and family support; juvenile and adult rehabilitation; and employment, food and cash assistance.
Their many offices are located throughout the state, which is known for its affordable, safe communities and unparalleled recreation, cultural and educational opportunities.