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Puget Sound Regional Services (PSRS) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide long term community based supported living services to individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities.  We are connecting people with their communities.  Join us.


  • People Supported

    68

  • Homes

    33

  • Dollars Raised

    $10761

Our Mission

Providing long term, community-based services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

The individuals we support have unique needs and endless abilities. We achieve objectives by supporting increased independence, ability, and skill in accomplishing activities of daily living and lifelong goals. We empower individuals to contribute to their community, by fostering opportunities, engagement, and inclusion. PSRS puts people at the center of supports and services; compassion, relationships, advocacy, and specialized training are essential to our success.  Learn more


Close up of faces. (Left) African woman in white hijab smiling at camera . (Right) Woman supported by PSRS wearing big white sunglasses, with a big toothy smile

News & Notes

Darion Mallard came to PSRS five years ago to make a difference. And he has. His unique perspective and experience have helped him to foster a special connection with the person he supports. Read about how Darion has turned challenge into triumph and a special relationship that has changed two lives.

PSRS raised over $10,000 to put towards supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to do more in their communities and in their homes. So, what have we been doing? Click to find out.

PSRS is so excited, and thankful for all of the generous supporters who stepped up to make this GiveBig a great success. Thanks to you, we exceeded our goal and raised a total of $10,533!

This past November, PSRS parent Jeanne Richmond spoke at Legislative Night to advocate for her sons and for Supported Living. Jeanne knows the reality all too well - lack of funding leads to high turnover, which can impact the quality of support her adult children and others receive. Jeanne is not alone and she wanted legislators to know about it.