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Aging and Disability Services (ADS) 2013-2015 Strategic Plan

Government of Washington Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Aging and Disability Services (ADS) Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Washington State 30 August 2012 Guidelines community services, plan, strategy

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Objectives:

Goal 1: Improve the Health Status of Vulnerable Populations

Goal 2: Improve Economic stability, employment and self-sufficiency

Goal 3: Improve Individual and public Safety

Goal 4: Improve Individuals’ readiness and ability to succeed in school

Goal 5: Increase public trust through strong management practices that ensure quality and leverage resources


August 2012
Updated March 2013

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