Advocacy

W4A's mission is to advocate at the local, state, and federal level for services and supports that enhance the lives of seniors and adults with disabilities in Washington State.

W4A believes in the homecare solution and works tirelessly to promote dignified, independent living for seniors and adults with disabilities. Washington State has consistently been ranked #1 in long-term care, but every voice counts- you too can get involved by signing up to be added to our advocacy email list.  Stay up-to-date on key issues, legislation, and efforts moving forward so that you too can be part of the homecare solution!

OAA Month May 2022 #agemyway
May 2022 is Older Americans Month!  |  W4A invites you to share on social media how you plan to #AgeMyWay
Older Americans Month Proclamation
Washington Governor Jay Inslee has signed this proclamation designating May in WA as #OlderAmericansMonth!  |  Follow W4A on Facebook and Twitter and share how you plan to #AgeMyWay

W4A remains committed to protecting Long-Term Care

Find your legislatorIcon: External link

The message is simple: Continue to pass vital legislation that provides funding for in-home care services. Reach out to your legislator today to let them know you support legislation that protects seniors and adults with disabilities and thank them for their continued efforts to protect funding for in-home care.

Washington State House Appropriations CommitteeIcon: External link

A helpful link for advocates to use to reach key legislators who are involved in the state operating budget bill and related legislation, budget processes, and fiscal issues.

Washington State Senate Ways & Means CommitteeIcon: External link

A helpful link for advocates to use to reach key legislators who are involved in the operating and capital budget bills and related legislation.