Get Involved

Help protect your investment and way of life

Why Join WACCRA?

Join with other CCRC residents in Washington state to become part of a coalition working to ensure that regulatory and legislative officials at both state and federal levels are aware of the protections needed for you and other CCRC residents. WACCRA also provides a venue for sharing best practices, lessons learned, and comparative services and costs for persons in CCRCs. View Membership Brochure

TO JOIN, just download and print a membership form, fill it out, and mail with a check to the address on the form. View & Print Membership Form

Why Donate?

While getting a state CCRC law passed was a huge achievement, it is only a start. Legislation is never set in stone—we need to be proactive in representing the interests of seniors by advocating for new protections as needed.

1) improve the law to better safeguard our interests, and

2) learn immediately when new legislation or amendments affecting our interests are introduced.

That means that WACCRA, as your consumer advocate, must fund our professional lobbyist in Olympia.

Please donate by writing a check to the WACCRA Advocacy Fund and

mailing it to:
1420 NW Gilman Blvd., #2275
Issaquah, WA 98027

Participation Opportunities 

At home: Seven CCRC communities have a resident serving as community contact they are Emerald Heights, Horizon House, Mirabella, Panorama, Parkshore, Skyline, Timber Ridge at Talus, and Wesley Des Moines. They welcome your questions and involvement. Find your Community Contact

State level: The following WACCRA committees invite your participation.

Advocacy Committee
Works with legislators, government officials, and allied organizations to further improve CCRC legislation and resident services.

Education Committee

Develops information tools for current and prospective residents explaining the need for CCRC resident protections and services; and shares selected articles of interest to the CCRC community.

Outreach Committee
Expands partnerships with other senior organizations with CCRC concerns.

Membership Committee
Grows membership in currently involved CCRCs; and recruits residents of other CCRCs across the state.

Communications Committee
Keeps WACCRA members informed and engaged; and assists other committees with their communications needs.

For further information about these working committees, inquire via our

Contact Form

Meeting Dates


10 AM on 3rd Friday of every month 
(except 2nd Friday in November, and none in August)

Advocacy Committee

10 AM on 3rd Wednesday of every month 
(except 2nd Wednesday in November, and none in August)

For locations and

other information,

Interested in joining?

Fill out the 

Contact Form