Student Disability Commission

Off Campus

The Mighty is a digital health community created to empower and connect people facing health challenges and disabilities.

They have over 2 million registered users and are adding a new one every 20 seconds. Their stories and videos are viewed and shared more than 90 million times a month.

Autistic Self Advocacy Network-WA

ASAN Washington is part of a nation organization whose mission is to to empower Autistic residents of our state to have our voices heard in society’s conversations about us.

Alliance of People with disAbilities

Established in 1977, Alliance of People with disAbilities is located in King County, Washington. We have two independent living centers located in Seattle and Redmond.

At the Alliance, we work hard to make our community more accessible, inclusive, and usable for everyone. Our programs are open to people with all types of disAbilities.

National Alliance on Mental Illness – Greater Seattle

The NAMI works to address the unmet mental health needs within our community through support, referral, education, and outreach.

NAMI Seattle is the only organization in the Seattle area working specifically to fill the gaps in our local mental health system through education, referrals, and support. We offer classes and support groups at no cost to those who need them, connecting people with shared experiences and providing guidance on how to navigate an increasingly insufficient and complex mental health system. We are who people call when a mental health issue has left them feeling totally alone, when one more “Press 5” phone tree might just make them give up and lose hope. 

Seattle Deaf-Blind Service Center

The DeafBlind Service Center (DBSC) is committed to assisting deafblind people in reaching and maintaining their highest possible quality of life and degree of personal autonomy.

Seattle Health Education Services and Support Groups

Mission Statement: To improve the health of the public. At UW Medicine, we work together as a team—with you at its center—to provide the most effective and compassionate care, always. From proactive preventive care to breakthrough discoveries fresh from the lab, UW Medicine is here for you today, and training for your tomorrow.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Health education services and support groups are available to UW Medicine patients, families and community members. Some sessions require pre-registration while others are open on a walk-in basis. Classes are free unless otherwise noted.