Contracted Providers

Geographic Sub-regions | Income Guidelines | Online Client Profile Report | Service Area Forms & Resources

ADS sub-contracts with local service providers to deliver services to older adults, family caregivers and adults with disabilities. This site includes information on reporting requirements, program standards, and other resources to assist our partners in the community.

Current HSD/ADS Investment Opportunities:

  • No current funding opportunities.

Most OAA funded service areas undergo open competitive bid processes every four years. Information on open bid processes will be available on this website, the Washington State Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE), and the Puget Sound Business Journal.

Prospective providers for Medicaid-funded Long Term Services and Supports—such as Adult Day Services, Home Care, COPES Ancillary Services, and Roads to Community Living—should refer to information on ALTSA’s Information for Potential Medicaid Contractors website for qualification and application instructions.

Geographic Sub-regions

ADS uses the following sub-regional areas to assess the distribution of clients served throughout King County. The areas are based on King County Health Planning Regions.

  • sub-regions mapNorth Urban
  • Seattle
  • East Urban
  • East Rural
  • South Urban
  • South Rural

Providers should use the following resources to determine the sub-region in which a client resides.

*Note: Some zip codes cross boundary lines for sub-regions, cities and neighborhoods. ADS takes this into account when assessing data. Providers should use the zip code listed in the above look up tables unless they are sure that another sub-region or neighborhood is more accurate.

Income Guidelines Online Client Profile Report

ADS collects demographic data on all clients who participate in ADS funded programs. The Client Profile Report is an aggregate demographic profile of all clients who received services in a calendar year. This report is completed by service providers on a monthly basis using an on-line tool:

Data Warehouse and Client Profile Report Application

The Client Profile Report Application is updated as of 1/21/15. The login process has changed. The new system uses your email address as your username. Current users will need to setup an account upon first login. Make sure you use your email address ADS has on file.

Once you have created an account, please contact your contract specialist if you need edit rights for your program’s data.

For general questions regarding the application, please contact HSDData@seattle.gov

Aggregate vs. Client Level Profiles

  • Depending on the service area, providers submit demographics in either an aggregate format or at the individual client level. See below for the list of service arears and profile types.
  • Client Profile Report queries that include more than one aggregate service area, may represent a duplicated client count.
  • Queries on service areas that submit client-level data will represent an unduplicated client count.
  • Because of the different data types, the system will not allow users to query service areas that include both aggregate and client level data.

Service Areas Submitting Aggregate Client Profiles

  • Legal Services
  • Senior Centers

Service Areas Submitting Client-level Profiles

  • Adult Day Health
  • Case Management
  • Congregate Meals
  • Emergency Meals
  • Family Caregiver Support
  • Health Promotion (effective 1/1/2015)
  • Home Delivered Meals
  • Information & Assistance
  • Transportation (effective 1/1/2015)
Service Area Forms & Resources

Forms and other resources specific to each service area are listed below. Contact your Program Specialist for more information on your contract.

Adult Day Services – Day Health and Day Care (ADH/ADC)

Providers interested in becoming an approved Adult Day Health or Adult Day Care provider should refer to following resources and the Program Standards and Checklist listed above.

Case Management

Community Living Connections

Client Long Term Services and Support

These additional services are for clients receiving personal care through the Medicaid Long Term Services and Support program:

Family Caregiver Support Program (FCSP)

Health Promotion

Home Care & Home Care Aid Training

Mental Health (PEARLS)

Nutrition Programs

Respite

Senior Centers

Transportation

Other Programs

Sub-contractors in the following service areas use the Online Client Profile Report to submit aggregate client demographics on a monthly basis. Contact your program specialist for log-in and password information.

  • Legal Services
  • Senior Centers

Click on the headings above for more information. For free, confidential access to aging network services in Seattle-King County, contact Community Living Connections.