Many people don't know how the system works and having a civil thread like this helps. For direct answers to the WSWA's programs I recommend that you go to the WSWA Board of Directors listing (https://www.washingtonstatewrestling.com/page/show/1526850-board-of-directors) and look at who you might contact for various age groups.
Programs are always limited by man power and finances. Teams are expensive and fortunately the WSWA has been able to help subsidize some of them but that is limited. Years ago we didn't have any national dual teams and those have been added one by one as resources allow. When my own son was on those dual team it was totally funded by parents. The subsidized teams is a relatively new thing and came about as a results of the financial success of the Folkstyle state tournament.
Getting things accomplished each year demands a lot of work by people. It takes passion by parents that are directly involved. Ask your director how YOU can get involved! I spent a lot of personal time and money as a coach and official for various national teams 15-20 years ago because I wanted to help make sure my son had those opportunities. The way to keep those opportunities, or to increase them, is for the parents of current wrestlers to get involved with their clubs and the WSWA. Talk to the leadership of YOUR club and then also talk to the Directors on the list I posted above. It takes lots of work to get all that done and it starts with the current parents. JHMO