Paid under both Medicaid programs and mixed funding sources, AAADSW sub-contracts with local providers to deliver a range of services to older adults, family caregivers and adults with disabilities.

Common Questions

What are the rates for contractors?+

DSHS determines Medicaid service rates, which are posted here.  Other non-Medicaid rates are negotiated at the time of contracting.

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How does service delivery work for Medicaid contractors?+

Eligible clients may choose to receive services from any qualified and contracted provider of a particular service.  Case managers will make a referral to the provider to start service, and create a payment authorization via the state's ProviderOne System.  Providers do not determine eligibility for services, but respond to referrals.   

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Medicaid Service Provider Opportunities

If you'd like to become one of our Medicaid-funded providers—such as a Home Care Agency, Pest Control Provider, Moving Company, or Home Cleaning Service—please see the entire list of services, applications, and sample contracts on ALTSA’s Information for Potential Medicaid Contractors page.

Applications are accepted at any time for our five-county region. Completed application packets and supporting documents can be sent to: 
Contracts Department
201 NE 73rd St
Vancouver, WA 98665

Non-Medicaid Service Providers

Many of our non-Medicaid funded services open for competitive bid processes every four years, or sooner when needed. Information on open bid opportunities will be available below on this website, the Washington State Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE), and in local newspapers.  

Current Non-Medicaid Contract Opportunities

Family Caregiver Counseling Services 

Family Caregiver Counseling Services Qualified Service Providers/Eligibility: 

To be qualified, contractors must offer emotional support, mental health interventions and coping strategies to family caregivers referred for services. Counseling services will be short-term and solution focused, and address issues such as depression, stress, anxiety, loss, grief, guilt, difficult family dynamics, anger management and other stressors that may be experienced by the caregiver. Applicants must comply with specific program requirements outlined in Washington Administrative Codes WAC 388-106-1200 through WAC 388-106-1220, and must hold a valid Washington State Business License.  Other requirements will be reviewed during the contracting process.

Mandatory requirement to apply:

Potential providers interested in applying for this contract must complete an FCSP Counseling Provider Application form (linked below), and send to one of the following: or

Attn: Contracts Department
201 NE 73rd St
Vancouver, WA 98665

Deadline: This opportunity is open until filled. The opportunity may close at any time after AAADSW has adequate response to this announcement.  


AAADSW is an Equal Opportunity Agency

Women-owned, Minority-owned and Veteran-owned businesses are encouraged to participate in these opportunities.

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