Below, we have compiled some of the most common questions we get asked. If you can’t find the answer to your question here, don’t hesitate to contact us directly.

How does an individual receive services through Camelot Society?
In order to receive services through Camelot Society, you must contact your DDA Case Manager and have them assist you with the referral to our agency. Your DDA Case Manager will then contact us.

Where is the main office located?
6912 220th St SW, Suite #301
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
Phone: (425) 771-2108
Fax: (425) 771-2126

What geographical region do you serve?
There are no restrictions based on geographical regions. We receive referrals from the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) from all over, however all of our houses are currently located in north King County and south Snohomish County.

What is the age range of the individuals supported by Camelot Society?
We serve a wide variety of age groups; our only requirement is that the individual be at least 18 years of age for Supported Living and 21 years of age for the Group Homes.

What is the initial intake process after a referral has been made by DDA to Camelot Society?
ICF/IID Group Home: After an individual has been referred to us by DDA, a site visit generally takes place. Following the visit, if the individual is interested in placement, then our DDA Resource Manager submits a referral packet to the Admissions Review Team (ART). ART then determines if the individual is appropriate for an ICF/IID setting based on the assessed level need. If they determine that the individual is appropriate and we feel that we can meet the needs of the individual, then the team (which consists of the current placement, the family, DDA and Camelot) coordinates the intake process.
Supported Living:  The process for Supported Living (SL) is essentially the same as the ICF/IIDs, however the ART is not involved with SL referrals.

What are your hours of operation?
Our hours of operation are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Do I need to be affiliated with Camelot Society to utilize its training department?
No, our training department is open to the community. To view the dates of upcoming trainings go to the Training tab on our Home Page.

What trainings does Camelot Society offer and what are the fees?
Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) – 2 hours – $25
(Updates available based on availability – $15)
Core Basic Training – 40 hours – $195
CPR/First Aid – 8 hours – $65
CPR only – 4 hours – $40
First Aid only – 4 hours – $40
Orientation & Safety (O&S) – 8 hours – $65
Right Response
*Elements (1 day) – $175
*Advanced (2 day) – $250
*Update – $150

TB Testing – $25/test

How do I pay for trainings that I am interested in?
You can pay online via PayPal, or with cash or a check made out to Camelot Society. We prefer payment in advance of the class, but will work with you.

What is your cancellation policy?
Cancellations must be given within 48 hours of the class to receive a refund and/or not be billed. If you neglect to provide adequate notice there will be no refund.