Provider Information

The WA Cares Fund will register qualified providers to offer covered long-term services and supports to eligible beneficiaries starting in July 2026.

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NEW business for Providers


By ensuring all working Washingtonians can access affordable long-term care insurance coverage, WA Cares will provide a new funding source your clients can use to pay for services
and supports.

Types of Providers

WA Cares will register a range of qualified long-term services and supports providers, including:

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Mobility & assistive devices

Personal emergency response system providers


Adaptive equipment and technology providers


In-home caregivers

Individual providers


Home care agency providers


Respite providers


Paid family caregivers

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Residential and community-based care

Adult day health and adult day care centers


Adult family homes


Assisted living facilities


Nursing homes

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Home accessibility

Environmental modification service providers

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Meal delivery

Home-delivered meal service providers

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Rides & transportation

Transportation service providers



Before benefits become available in July 2026, WA Cares will identify and register qualified providers for each covered service. Only providers that meet minimum qualifications will be registered and beneficiaries will be able to choose which WA Cares providers to use in their local community.


Beneficiaries can choose whatever mix of services and supports would best meet their needs. WA Cares will provide tools for looking up registered providers for the services and supports they choose.


Learn more at Benefit coverage


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