Autism NOW: The National Autism Resource and Information Center
The Arc
1660 L Street NW Suite 301
Washington, D.C., 20036
The National Autism Resource and Information Center is envisioned to be a dynamic and interactive, highly visible and effective central point of quality resources and information for individuals with ASD and other developmental disabilities, their families, and other targeted key stakeholders.’

The Autism NOW Center is a new project funded by the Administration on Developmental Disabilities.  Beginning on October 1, 2010, the Center will be located at The Arc’s national headquarters in Washington, D.C.

 Autism Outreach Project
205 Stuart Rd.
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
fax: 360.424.2146
E-mail Contacts: Carol Taylor, Family Specialist
Nancy Osterhout, Administrative Assistant
Purpose: To develop a state-wide system in which the identification, program development, placement, and staff development activities for students with autism are coordinated to ensure that all school districts, parents, agencies, and students are appropriately served throughout the state of Washington. Provides training and resources for professionals and parents in research-based intervention methods.

Autism Society of America

7910 Woodmont Ave., Suite 300
Bethesda, MD 20814-3067
National organization that provides information, supports research, and advocates for individuals with autism spectrum disorders.

Autism Society of Washington

P.O. Box 503
Olympia, WA 98507
State Office: 360.515.8910
Toll free: 1.888.279.4908
Provides public awareness and information and referral for people with autism and related disorders. Also sponsors conferences throughout Washington State, and publishes a statewide newsletter for members.

Autism Society of Washington, Spokane Chapter

P.O. Box 8414
Spokane, WA 99203
Contacts: Kathleen Stimpfle 509.624.3323
Provides support and information for individuals with autism spectrum disorder, families and professionals. Monthly meetings offer group supports and presentations on issues regarding ASD.

FEAT of Washington (Families for the Effective Treatment of Autism)

14434 NE 8th
Bellevue, WA 98007
206.763.3373     fax: 206.418.6584
Bellevue-based, all-volunteer non-profit organization composed of parents of children with autism, educators and Applied Behavioral Analysis professionals. FEAT members are strong advocates for intensive early behavioral intervention rooted in the principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA). FEAT exists to assist families implementing behavioral programs.

The ISAAC Foundation
PO Box 19202
Spokane, WA 99219
Phone: 509.499.1679
Email: Holly Lytle, Executive Director:
Provide economic assistance in the form of scholarships for intervention services and therapies to children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.

Panhandle Autism Society
1323 E. Sherman
Coeur d’Alene, ID
Mailing address: P.O. Box 3950, Coeur d’Alene, ID 83816
The Panhandle Autism Society (PAS) is a non-profit organization serving Idaho’s five northern counties. It is a chapter of the Autism Society of America and a United Way Agency of Kootenai County. A local, volunteer board of directors runs the organization. There are no fees to become a member of the Panhandle Autism Society.  They have over one hundred members, and offer the following services:  information and referral, community education, and family and individual support.

The Autism Resource Center
824 W. Lewis St., Suite #105
Pasco, WA
E-mail Contacts: Yadira Maria Galvan, Director of Services