Developmental Disabilities

Notice: VACCINE Q&A:Q: I am an individual with intellectual and developmental disabilities, or I’m a parent or live-in caregiver supporting an individual with I/DD. How do I sign up for a vaccine?Metro-area counties have partnered with local health systems to ensure access to vaccines for individuals who are in Phase 1A, which includes individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities or live-in caregivers or parents supporting individuals with I/DD. Washington County Developmental Disabilities has submitted information to this metro-area partnership to connect people who are enrolled in Developmental Disabilities services in Washington County, as well as their parents and caregivers, to vaccination opportunities as they become available. Your Services Coordinator will inform you about these vaccination opportunities via email or a phone call. You can also check for updates.Q: I live in a group home or adult foster care home. When will I get a vaccine?  Washington County DD group homes and some foster care homes were put on the Federal Pharmacy Partnership list. This means local pharmacies will contact individual group home and foster home providers to coordinate vaccinations onsite. Adult foster care homes that were not on the Federal Pharmacy Partnership list are being connected locally in Washington County to a vaccine resource to conduct vaccinations onsite. Our DD foster care licensors are currently contacting all adult and child DD foster care providers to get signed up to be connected to a local vaccine resource.
Notice: The Washington County Developmental Disabilities lobby is open to the public from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday, with COVID-19 restrictions in place. To limit the spread of the virus, the public is urged to access county services through telephone, email, webpages or other electronic means.  Documents may be placed in the drop box or mailed to 5240 NE Elam Young Parkway, MS 66A, Hillsboro, OR 97124. Please email us through the Developmental Disabilities webpage or call 503-846-3150 for assistance, prior to coming onsite. Hours of operation are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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Crisis Services are available 24/7/365 

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Need to drop off paperwork? Please use our drop box, available 24/7

Welcome to the Washington County Developmental Disabilities program. Our purpose is to provide service coordination for eligible individuals..

Services include:

To contact us, please call our main line at 503-846-3150, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., or email us at