DSHS Town Hall Meetings With Secretary Cheryl Strange

DSHS Secretary Cheryl Strange meeting with developmental disability advocates at a welcome reception in 2017.

This summer, DSHS Secretary Cheryl Strange is hosting a series of Town Halls across the state to hear what DSHS is doing well, what the agency can do better, and what is important to you.

Mark your calendars for the following dates and areas (all events begin at 1 p.m.):

  • Wednesday, July 18: Yelm
  • Thursday, July 19: Seattle
  • Wednesday, July 25: Bellingham
  • Thursday, July 26: Everett
  • Wednesday, August 1: Vancouver
  • Wednesday, August 8: Montesano
  • Thursday, August 9: Port Angeles
  • Wednesday, August 15: Kennewick
  • Thursday, August 16: Yakima
  • Tuesday, August 21: Spokane
  • Wednesday, August 29: Wenatchee

For more information contact DSHS Office of Communications at (360) 902-7829
or visit www.dshs.wa.gov/2018TownHallMeetings.

Location details will be updated soon.

Reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities are available upon request. Include a description of the accommodation you will need, including as much detail as you can. Also include a way we can contact you if we need more information. Please allow at least 14 days advance notice. Last-minute requests may not be able to be filled. Please email Alicia Morales or call (360) 902-7780 if you have an accommodation request.

For general questions about the Town Halls, please contact the DSHS Office of Communications at (360)902-7829.

DSHS Town Hall Flyer (PDF)



2018

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