Request Client Services Support

If you are seeking Death with Dignity and qualify to use the law (6 month prognosis, Washington State resident, over age 18) OR you are seeking support for Voluntary Stopping Eating and Drinking (VSED), please complete our form to be assigned a Volunteer Client Advisor, who will reach out to you within 24 to 48 hours after your form is submitted.

Who do we assist?

End of Life Washington provides client services to those who are facing the end of life and desire a peaceful death. End of Life Washington can help you manage some of the most intimate and important decisions you will ever make. Our Volunteer Client Advisors help patients explore their options for end of life. We will also provide support and guidance to qualifying terminally-ill individuals seeking to use the Washington Death with Dignity Law.

Begin the conversation early

We encourage patients to contact End of Life Washington in the early stages of illness. This gives our volunteers time to establish a relationship and to discuss all of the important questions surrounding your end-of-life choices. A Volunteer Client Advisor can come to your home and talk with you at your convenience. All End of Life Washington services are free of charge.

Contact us today

Request our services by completing the Client Services Support Request Form above  or call us at 206-256-1636 during our regular business hours.

Or by mail

End of Life WA
9311 SE 36th St,
Suite 110,
Mercer Island, WA 98040

Phone: 206.256.1636
Fax: 206.256.1640

info@endoflifewa.org

End of Life Washington is Closed January 18th
In observation of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day  We will respond to all support requests when we return on January 19th

"[...T]here must be a recognition on the part of everybody in this nation that America is still a racist country."

- Martin Luther King, Jr.

End of Life Washington is Closed January 18th

In observation of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

We will respond to all support requests when we return on January 19th



"[...T]here must be a recognition on the part of everybody in this nation that America is still a racist country."

- Martin Luther King, Jr.

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