Aging and Disability Resource Network
Homage is here to help. Homage has served older adults and people with disabilities in Snohomish County, Washington, for nearly 50 years. Our Aging and Disability Resource Network (ADRN) provides the guidance and support to help you access the programs that best serve your needs.
Everyone needs some help from time to time, but many people are unsure of where to turn in times of need. With so many different agencies and all of their acronyms, it can be confusing to know who offers what services or how to start the process of seeking what you need. Trying to determine eligibility can be frustrating enough to make some people give up and go without the assistance and services they truly need.
All contact with ADRN is personal and confidential.
Who Can Use the Aging and Disability Resource Network (ADRN)?
Aging and Disability Resource Network (ADRN) services are available to Snohomish County residents aged 55 and older and adults with disabilities who are 18 and older. Caregivers, family members, and professional care providers can also use ADRN to receive information about community resources and available services.
While ADRN staff members work closely with various local, state, and federal agencies, we aim to provide objective, unbiased, and confidential information to help clients make informed decisions about what programs and services are best for them.
Our team is committed to racial equity and multicultural advocacy to meet the needs of our culturally diverse clients. To that end, our knowledgeable and caring staff members are available to assist in several languages, including the following:
- English: 425.513.1900 and 800.422.2024
- Spanish: Aracely Herrera at 425.616.4049
- Korean: Jeannie Choi at 425.740.3794
- Russian: Gulmira Khusainova at 425.290.1256
- Vietnamese: Anh Nguyen at 425.265.2290
- Chinese: Ly Yang at 425.740.3795
- Filipino: Teresita Javidando at 425.293.0303
Beyond communicating in a client’s native language, Homage and ADRN also fosters making cultural connections with others through programming in our Multicultural Senior Center.
How Can the Aging and Disability Resource Network (ADRN) Help Me?
When you reach out to ADRN, you will connect with a staff member who can perform a basic assessment of your needs. From there, they will help determine which programs and services you are eligible for, make referrals to the programs you choose, and assist you with completing the appropriate paperwork and applications.
ADRN provides eligibility screenings for the following:
- Homage programs
- Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) programs
- State- and county-funded in-home programs
- Snohomish County Case Management Program
ADRN does not assist clients with the following:
- Rental assistance
- Housing assistance
- Social Security applications
- Disability applications
- Medicare or Medicaid enrollment (we are able to provide assistance to those 65 and older as well as adults with disabilities)
ADRN also works with family members, doctors, hospitals, and other agencies to offer consultations regarding potential programs and services. By connecting clients with the appropriate resources, ADRN helps them remain at home or in their community, helping to promote self-empowerment, increased well-being, and improved quality of life.
Reach Out to the Aging and Disability Resource Network (ADRN) at Homage Today
As a leader in providing assistance to older adults, people with disabilities, and their caregivers, Homage strives to promote independence, preserve dignity, and enhance the quality of life for Snohomish County residents. When you reach out to Homage, we spend the time to get to know you and your unique needs to serve you best.
The highly-trained, knowledgeable, and compassionate team in our Aging and Disability Network (ADRN) program will provide you with information and assistance for a variety of programs, including, but not limited to:
- Meals on Wheels
- Washington State Basic Food Program
- Transportation Assistance Program (TAP)
- Minor Home Repair program
- Mental health programs
- Care Coordination
- Case management services
- Medication safety program
- Multicultural programs
At Homage, we aim to provide clients with all the information they need to make informed decisions about their well-being. We understand that finding appropriate services and understanding eligibility requirements can be confusing and frustrating, and we are here to help.
Finding Housing Resources
At the Aging and Disability Resource Network (ADRN), we recognize the significant need for affordable housing in Snohomish County and beyond. While we do not assist with housing directly, we can provide the following housing resources:
- Everett Housing Authority: https://www.evha.org
- Snohomish County Housing Authority: https://hasco.org
- Mercy Housing Northwest: https://www.mercyhousing.org/northwest/
These websites provide information on local and federal housing and rental assistance, application assistance, and getting your name on appropriate waitlists.