Serving the Wenatchee Valley since 1972
Mission Vista is a private non-profit agency providing residential and vocational supports to adults with developmental disabilities. Referrals to Mission Vista are made through Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Developmental Disabilities Administration. Operating in the Wenatchee Valley since 1972, Mission Vista provides supervision, training and support in home living skills in a variety of settings. Currently Mission Vista consists of four distinct programs: Residential Living, Vocational Services, Supported Living-24 East and Supported Living-24 West.
Mission Vista services include but are not limited to assistance with money management, medical and dental appointments, medication self-management, grocery shopping, meal planning, social activity scheduling and transportation to name just a few.
Participants receiving services from Mission Vista have access to staff 24 hours a day for assistance with any need that might arise.
Residential Living provides supported living services in which adults live independently, all throughout the Wenatchee Valley. Residential Living staff assist participants with the services and support they feel they need. In coordination with Case Managers from the Developmental Disabilities Administration, participants choose when, how often and where the service and support will be provided. Participants have access to staff throughout the day as well as overnight through an answering service that contacts assigned on-call staff.