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Advisory Council

Information on the mission and membership of the DD Advisory Council.

Office Closure Notice

The lobby of the Developmental Disabilities office located at 3700 SW Murray Blvd, Ste. 2100, in Beaverton, will be temporarily closed effective February 5, 2024 until further notice. This office location will still accept documents in the drop box located outside of the building and is open for appointment only. If you have any questions, or need assistance, please contact the main line at: 503-846-3150. Thank you for your understanding. 

The Washington County Developmental Disabilities Advisory Council functions in an advisory capacity to the DD Division, Board of Commissioners, and the state Department of Health and Human Services.

The council advises on matters that impact individuals experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities. These areas include program development, community needs, planning, monitoring, and recommending funding priorities.

15 members serve on the council. Members include service recipients, advocates, professionals in the field, key referral sources, provider representatives and lay citizens. All members are residents of the county or have work interests in the county. The council meets monthly. All are welcome at the meetings.

For information on how to apply, visit the Washington County Community Boards and Commissions website.

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