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Medical Care

Community Health Care  
Appointment Line: (253) 722-2161
Medical | Dental | Pharmacy | Behavioral Health | Women’s Health | Gender Affirming Care
Insurance Enrollment Assistance: (253) 722-2154
www.commhealth.org
“Our mission is to provide quality healthcare with compassionate and accessible services for all.”

Community Health Care
Hilltop Regional Health Center
Appointment: (253) 722-2161
Hilltop Family Medical Center
Hours: Monday- Friday 8am-5pm (Closed for lunch 12pm-lpm)
1202 Martin Luther King Jr. Way Tacoma WA 98405
Our staff of family care physicians, nurses, behavioral health specialists and more are here to ensure you and your family remain healthy.

Community Health Care
Kimi & George Tanbara, MD. Health Center (Eastside)
Appointment: (253) 722-2161
Kimi & George Tanbara, MD Family Medical Center
Hours: Monday- Friday 8am-5pm (Closed for lunch 12pm-lpm)
1708 East 44th Street Tacoma, WA 98404

Community Health Care
Lakewood Family Medical Clinic
Appointment: (253) 722-2161
Lakewood Family Medical Center
Hours: Monday- Friday 8am-5pm (Closed for lunch 12pm-lpm)
10510 Gravelly Lake Drive SW Lakewood, WA 98499

Community Health Care
Parkland Family Medical Clinic
Appointment: (253) 722-2161
Parkland Family Medical Clinic
Hours: Monday- Friday 8am-5pm (Closed for lunch 12pm-lpm)
11225 Pacific Avenue Tacoma, WA 98444

Community Health Care
Spanaway Family Medical Clinic
Appointment: (253) 722-2161
Spanaway Family Medical
Hours: Monday- Friday 8am-5pm (Closed for lunch 12pm-lpm)
134 188th Street South Spanaway, WA 98387

Community Health Care
Key Medical Center
Appointment: (253) 722-2161
Key Medical Center
Hours: Monday- Friday 8am-5pm (Closed for lunch 12pm-lpm)
15610 89th St Ct NW Lakebay, WA 98349

Community Health Care
Urgent Care
Appointment: (253) 722-2161
Urgent Care
Hours: Monday- Thursday 8am-7pm, Friday 8am-5pm
1202 Martin Luther King Jr. Way Tacoma WA 98405
No need to be a Community Health Care patient – walk-ins welcome

Washington Poison Center
Emergency Number: (800) 222-1222
Administration: (206) 517-23501
www.wapc.org
155 NE 100th Street Suite #100 Seattle, WA 98125
The Washington Poison Center (WAPC) is a statewide provider Of immediate, free’, and expert treatment advice and assistance on the telephone in case Of exposure to poisonous, hazardous, or toxic substance. All calls are confidential. There is a 455 fee for all animal calls.

Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors (SHIBA)
(800) 562-6900
Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors (SHIBA) | Washington state Office of the Insurance Commissioner
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Korean Women’s Association OKWA
(253) 359-04701
123 East 96th Street, Tacoma, WA 98445
They can help you understand health care coverage options and rights; find affordable health care coverage; evaluate and compare health insurance plans. They provide free, unbiased and confidential assistance With Medicare and health care choices giving the latest information.

Neighborhood Clinic
(253) 627-63531
info@neiehborhoodclinictacoma.org
1323 S Yakima Ave Tacoma, WA 98405
Neighborhood Clinic is grounded on the belief that healing occurs where physical and medical care is accompanied by consistent emotional support and a regard for the whole person. Therefore, in response to the call of the Spirit, we at the Neighborhood Clinic endeavor to meet each person as an individual, to heal, to bind up wounds, to teach and to advocate for those in need. We strive to foster an emotionally supportive atmosphere, focusing on holistic care for all of those we welcome through our door.

Project Access
(253) 572-7265
223 Tacoma Ave S Tacoma, WA 98402
Our mission is to improve the health of individuals, families, and communities by ensuring pathways to health services for Pierce County residents in need. Our vision is for every Pierce County resident to have equitable access to medical care.

Trinity Health Clinic
Phone: (253) 272-88191
Fax: (253) 272-0887
1615 6th Ave Tacoma. WA
Trinity is a neighborhood church Which seeks to reach out to its neighbors in meaningful and creative ways.

Pregnancy Care

Community Health Care  
Appointment Line: (253) 722-2161
Comprehensive Women’s Health Services
Women’s Health Services

Care Net Pregnancy Center
(877) 668-2566
Care Net of Puget Sound | Pregnancy, Sexual Health & Abortion Recovery (carenetps.org)

Federal Way
(253) 941-2664
1414 S 324th St, Suite #8105, Federal way, WA 98003

Lakewood
(253) 984-6222
10828 Gravelly Lake Dr SW, Suite #101, Lakewood, WA 98499

Gig Harbor
(253) 858-5585
2727 Hollycroft St, Suite #130. Gig Harbor, WA 98335S

Tacoma
(253) 383-2988
1924 S Cedar St, Suite B, Tacoma, WA 98405

Puyallup
(253) 770-8697
10215 125th St Ct E, Puyallup, WA 98374

Our Lady of Guadalupe Maternity Center
(253) 582-3384
Our Lady of Guadalupe Maternity Center – St. John Bosco Catholic Church – Lakewood, WA (stjbosco.org)
5705 Main St. Lakewood, WA
The Center is open every Monday and Friday from 10:00 AM to 12 PM.
This is a part of our parish PREPARES Ministry, whose purpose is to provide spiritual, and material help to mothers, pregnant women, and their young children (infant to age 8).

Pregnancy Aid of Tacoma
(253) 383-4100
http://www.pregnancyaidwa.org/
902 Market St Tacoma, WA 98402

Dental Care

Community Health Care  
Appointment Line: (253) 722-2161
Medical | Dental | Pharmacy | Behavioral Health | Women’s Health | Gender Affirming Care
Insurance Enrollment Assistance: (253) 722-2154
Community Health Care
“Our mission is to provide quality healthcare with compassionate and accessible services for all.”

Community Health Care
Hilltop Regional Health Center
Appointment: (253) 722-2161
Hilltop Family Dental Clinic
Hours: Monday- Saturday 6:30am-5:30pm (Closed for lunch 11:30am-12:30pm)
1202 Martin Luther King Jr. Way Tacoma WA 98405

Community Health Care
Milgard Family Dental Clinic (Eastside)
Appointment: (253) 722-2161
Milgard Family Dental Clinic
Hours: Monday- Saturday 6:30am-5:30pm (Closed for lunch 11:30am-12:30pm)
1708 East 44th Street Tacoma, WA 98404

Community Health Care
Lakewood Family Dental Clinic
Appointment: (253) 722-2161
Lakewood Family Dental Clinic
Hours: Monday- Saturday 6:30am-5:30pm (Closed for lunch 11:30am-12:30pm)
10510 Gravelly Lake Drive SW Lakewood, WA 98499

Community Health Care
Spanaway Family Dental Clinic
Appointment: (253) 722-2161
Spanaway Family Dental Clinic
Hours: Monday- Saturday 6:30am-5:30pm (Closed for lunch 11:30am-12:30pm)
134 188th Street South Spanaway, WA 98387

Pierce County Dental Society Referral Services 
www.pcdentists.org
Pierce County Dental Society is a component society for current members of the American Dental Association and Washington State Dental Association.

Bates Dental Clinic
(253) 680-7000
Dental Clinic – BatesTech
1101 S Yakima Tacoma, WA 98405

Lindquist Dental Clinic for Children
(253) 539-74451
(360) 377-0559
130 131st St S, Tacoma, WA 98444
Lindquist Dental Clinic for Children’s (LDCC) mission is to provide accessible, compassionate and effective dental care to Puget sound children in need.

Pierce College Dental Hygiene Clinic
(253) 964-65001
www.pierce.ctc.edu/dental-clinic
9401 Farwest Drive SW Lakewood, WA 98498
Pierce College Dental Hygiene Clinic in Lakewood provides low-cost preventive and limited restorative dental service to the public. We accept ProviderOne Insurance. Dental hygiene students perform all services under the expert instruction and guidance of licensed. professional dental hygienists and dentists.

Puyallup Tribal Health Authority
(253) 593-02321
www.eptha.com
Hours: Mon, Tue, Thurs, Fri 8am-5pml Wed IOam-5pm
2209 East 32nd St Tacoma, WA 98404
It is the mission of The Puyallup Tribal Health Authority (PTHA) to provide quality health care and promote wellness in a culturally appropriate manner.

Mental Health Care

Community Health Care  
Appointment Line: (253) 722-2161
Behavioral Health Services
Community Health Care Behavioral Health Services

Recovery Response Center
(253) 942-5644
Recovery Response Center – Fife – RI International
2150 Freeman Rd E, Fife. WA 98424
Recovery Response Center serves as a crisis alternative for First Responders and emergency rooms in Pierce County. In support of our mission statement, we strive to create opportunities and environments that empower people to recover in a time of crisis.

Comprehensive Life Resources
(253) 396-5800
Comprehensive Life Resources
1305 Tacoma Avenue S Tacoma, WA 98402
CLR offers accessible community-based behavioral health services, guided by recovery-oriented principles and best practices, for Pierce County adults and youth.

Multicare Behavioral Health
(888) 445-8120
Behavioral Health – MultiCare
We deliver confidential, compassionate care to address the mental health challenges people face throughout their lifetime. From early childhood through adolescence, adulthood and older adulthood, our programs help people in Pierce and King Counties achieve wellness and live to their fullest potential.

Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare           
(253) 581-7020
Greater Lakes Mental Health (glmhc.org)
Empowering HOPE through compassion, engagement and connection With those we serve. Empowering RELIEF through effective evidence-based practices that promote skills and resilience. Empowering RECOVERY by building upon strengths and supporting individuals in their goals.

Greater Lakes 72nd Street Clinic
(253) 620-5800
1415 East 72nd street, suite B, Tacoma, WA 98404
The 72nd St Clinic provides a full range of recovery based, client centered, mental healthcare for adults, children, youth, and families with Medicaid coverage.

Greater Lakes Spanaway
(253) 535-1935
113 170th street S Spanaway, WA 98387
Hours: Monday-Friday

Hope Sparks Relatives Raising Children Program
(253) 565-4484
Relatives Raising Children – HopeSparks
6424 North 9th street Tacoma, WA 98406
Since 1895, HopeSparks has been providing behavioral health, family services, and basic needs to children and families in Tacoma and Pierce County. HopeSparks is a recognized leader in behavioral health, early intervention, kinship care, home visiting. and parent education. Each year, thousands of children and families turn to HopeSparks for critical and life-changing support.

Matthew’s House
(253) 301-0508
House Of Matthew Permanent & Supportive Housing – Home (thehouseofmatthew.org)
Hours: Monday-Friday IOam-4pm
1127 Broadway Ste 10, Tacoma, WA 98402

Healing Places Counseling Center
(253) 564-4233
Healing Places Counseling Center Tacoma WA
621 Pacific Ave Suite 102 Tacoma, WA 98402
Healing Places Counseling Center is a group of professionals serving people With mental illness and those struggling with challenging life experiences.

MDC Mental Health Clinic
(253) 593-2740
Home – MDC (mdc-hope.org)
Hours: WF 9am-5pm
721 Fawcett Ave Ste 204 Tacoma, WA 98402

PLU Couple & Family Therapy Center
(253) 535-7411
(253) 535-8782
The Couple and Family Therapy Center | MA in Marriage and Family Therapy | PLU
Hours: M-TH 9am-5pm, Friday 9am-3pm
12180 Park Ave S Tacoma, WA 98447
We Offer affordable, high-quality care to individuals, couples, and families, using the latest advances in the field. Care at our center is based on a family-focused model of therapy, which means that we encourage family members or significant others to come together in therapy to gather as much information as possible about the difficulties you are facing.

Soul Care Psychotherapy
(253) 761-8808
Welcome to Soul Care Psychotherapy – Soul Care Psychotherapy
615 N 2nd St, Tacoma, WA 98403

Bridges: A Center for Grieving Children
(253) 403-1966
Bridges Center for Grieving Children | Mary Bridge Children’s
311 South L St Tacoma, WA 98405
Bridges provides a safe place for you and your child to grieve. We support families with children between the ages of 4 and 18 who are coping with a loved one’s serious diagnosis Or who have experienced the death Of someone they care about.

PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends Of Lesbians and Gays)
(253) 234-9790
PFLAG Tacoma | PFLAG
621 Tacoma Avenue South Tacoma, Washington 98402
Our mission is to build on a foundation of loving families united With LGBTQ+ people and allies Who support one another, and to educate ourselves and our communities to speak up as advocates until all hearts and minds respect, value and affirm LGBTQ people.

Prescription Assistance

Community Health Care  
Refill Line: (253) 682-3000
Low-Cost Pharmacy for Patients
Community Health Care Pharmacy Services

Sound Outreach Services
(253) 593-2111
Home – Sound Outreach
Mon-Thurs 8:30am-5pm
1106 Martin Luther King Jr way Tacoma, WA 98405

All Saints Community Services
(253) 845-7521 ext. 0141
All Saints Parish | Financial Assistance
Office: 204 6th Ave SW – Puyallup, WA 98371

Salvation Army
(253) 572-8452
Tacoma Corps (salvationarmy.org)
1501 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98405

Health Insurance Enrollment Assistance

Community Health Care
(253) 722-2154
Insurance Enrollment Assistance
Mon-Fri 8:00am-5pm

Community Health Plan of Washington
(800) 440-1561
Community Health Plan of Washington
Mon-Fri 8:00am-5pm

Coordinated Care
(877) 644-4613
Coordinated Care
Mon-Fri 8:00am-5pm

Virtual Enrollment Help from WAHealthPlanFinder
Virtual Help for Enrollment

Emergency Shelters

Catholic Community Services
(253) 502-2770
Main website: www.ccsww.org
Family Housing Network
Nativity House Day Shelter
Nativity House Night Shelter

Tacoma Rescue Mission- Family Shelter
(253) 383-4493
www.trm.org
425 S Tacoma Way, Tacoma, WA 98402

Housing Authorities

Pierce County Housing Authority
(253) 620-5400
www.pchawa.org
603 South Polk Street, Tacoma WA 98444

Tacoma Housing Authority
(253) 207-4400
www.tacomahousing.net
902 S L Street, Tacoma, WA 98405

Housing Services

Salvation Army of Tacoma
(253) 572-8452
https://northwest.salvationarmy.org
1521 6th Ave, Tacoma 98405
MUST CALL Coordinated Entry (dial *211) for assessment appointment first for housing and homeless service

Helping Hand House
(253) 848-6096
www.helpinghandhouse.org
4321 2nd St SW, Puyallup, WA 98371
MUST CALL Coordinated Entry (dial *211) for assessment appointment first for housing and homeless services

Living Access Support Alliance (LASA)
(253)682-3401
www.lasapierce.org
8956 Gravelly Lake Dr. SW, Lakewood 98499
MUST CALL Coordinated Entry (dial *211) for assessment appointment first for housing and homeless services

Living Access Support Alliance (LASA)
Outreach Program (Utility Assistance)
(253) 582-5320
www.lasapierce.org
MUST CALL Coordinated Entry (dial *211) for assessment appointment first for housing and homeless services

Family Housing Network (Catholic Community Services of Western Washington)
(253) 471-5340
www.ccsww.org/get-help/shelter-homeless-services/family-housing-network
5050 S Tacoma Way, Tacoma, WA 98409
MUST CALL Coordinated Entry (dial *211) for assessment appointment first for housing and homeless services.

Shared Housing Services
(253) 272-1532
www.sharedhousingservices.org
901 South 11th Street Tacoma, WA 98405
MUST CALL Coordinated Entry (dial *211) for assessment appointment first for housing and homeless services.

Metropolitan Development Council
(253) 383-3921-TDD (253) 591-0147
www.mdc-hope.org
945 Fawcett Ave, Rm #204, Tacoma, WA 98402
MUST CALL Coordinated Entry (dial *211) for assessment appointment first for housing and homeless services.

Pierce County Community Connections
(253) 798-4500 Downtown office| (253) 798-4400 Sound view office
www.co.pierce.wa.us/hs
Sound view office 3602 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA 98418
Downtown Office 1305 Tacoma Ave S, Suite #104, Tacoma, WA 98405

Faith House Ministries NW
(253) 302-5335
www.faithhouseministries.org
5954 North 26th street, Tacoma, WA 98407
Faith House Ministries NW is a housing resource for Veterans and a housing support services for single men & women, teens, and young adults. There are classes to attend.

Exodus Housing
Phone: (253) 862-6808 | Fax: (253) 826-2169
Tonya@exodushousing.org
www.exodushousing.org

Hope Guest House
(253) 627-3620
915 S. 7th S Tacoma, WA 98405
Hope Guest House provides congregate care for women with physical or mental disabilities. Case management through any mental health facility.

Network Tacoma
(253) 474-9334
5435 South M Street Tacoma, WA 98408
The mission of Network Tacoma is to provide a program that addresses the root causes of the cycle of
homelessness to keep the next generation of children off the streets. The typical barriers for families
experiencing homelessness are stable employment, transportation, and affordable housing. In addition, we address other issues through case management (e.g. job training, resources, and emotional support). After graduating our transitional program, many of our families often move into our long-term low-income housing while they continue to progress. Though there is less oversight for these families, as they have shown stability and a trajectory toward self-sufficiency, there is still support offered as needed.

New Beginnings
(253) 353-2229
info@newbeginningshome.org
www.newbeginningshome.org
At New Beginnings we try to focus on every woman’s emotional, physical and spiritual needs. We focus on the emotional needs by meeting 1 on 1 to discuss goals, options, and feelings. We focus on physical needs by providing healthy food, a healthy and stress-free environment, and giving the opportunity to work out weekly. We focus on spiritual needs by participating in a weekly church service and bible study.

Share & Care House
Payee & HEN: (253) 564-4194 | Fax: (253) 564-4237
www.shareandcarehouse.org
3418 McKinley Ave, Tacoma WA 98404
Programs: Housing & Essential Needs (HEN), Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH), Rapid Rehousing.

Tacoma Rescue Mission Veterans Resources
(253) 383-4493
www.trm.org/what-we-do/veterans
425 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma WA 98402
Additionally, we have a thriving partnership with the local Veterans Affairs office. Together we offer specialized counseling and case management, housing and employment services, and much needed referrals to outside resources.

Matthew House
(253) 301-0508 | (253) 267-0565
www.thehouseofmatthew.org
1127 Broadway, Suite #10 Tacoma, WA 98402
We have a clothing bank and food bank that is open to the public by appointment only* The House of Matthew Permanent & Supportive Housing operates and owns several different types of shared housing units throughout Pierce County. Individuals that enroll into our program are seeking direction towards making new life changes. Our goal is to empower with knowledge, education, and resources.

Low-Income Home Ownership

City of Lakewood Housing Programs
(253) 579-2489
info@cityoflakewood.us
www.cityoflakewood.us/community_economic_development/community-housing-programs
The Housing Program provides emergency minor repairs, major home repairs and home rehabilitation for low-to[1]moderate income Lakewood single-family homeowners. A down payment assistance program for low-to-moderate income applicants to purchase a single-family home in Lakewood. [The City of Lakewood’s COVID-19 Emergency Payments for Rental and Mortgage Assistance Program will provide financial assistance to low income individuals and families in the City of Lakewood who have experienced income loss or other related hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The City recognizes the COVID-19 pandemic has caused widespread economic damage and created an unprecedented need for housing assistance among individuals and families directly affected by these unanticipated economic changes.]

Tacoma/ Pierce County Habitat for Humanity
Phone: (253) 627-5626 | Fax: (253) 284-2805
office@tpc-habitat.org
www.tpc-habitat.org
4824 South Tacoma Way Tacoma, WA 98409
No matter who we are or where we come from, we all deserve a decent place to call home. We deserve to know we have the power to take care of ourselves and build our own futures. What We Do: Homeownership, Housing Counseling, Foreclosure Prevention, Home Repair, Habitat Homes, Completed Neighborhoods, and Future Plans.

Homeownership Center of Tacoma
(253) 627-6560
www.hcthomes.org
1424 South J Street Tacoma, WA 98405
As a culturally competent nonprofit, Homeownership Center assists an evolving population with diverse demographics while recognizing and honoring cultural differences in an inclusive environment. We provide support to our clients in navigating the complicated world of purchasing their first home. HCNW is in the unique position of providing a bridge that advocates on clients’ behalf, satisfying current mortgage lending practices while demonstrating responsible leverage of government and private funding. This private and public relationship helps maintain affordability for populations that have been traditionally underserved. Services: Homeownership, Homebuyer Education, Financial Counseling, Home Maintenance.

Rebuilding Together South Sound
(253) 238-0977
info@rebuildingtogetherss.org
www.rebuildingtogetherss.org
Rebuilding Together South Sound’s mission is repairing homes, revitalizing communities, and rebuilding lives with a vision of safe homes and communities for everyone. Our programs provide home modifications and repairs in the homes of low-income seniors, people with disabilities and families with children who live in Pierce County and the Cities of Federal Way and Auburn. Our work preserves the existing affordable housing stock and neighborhoods of our communities. By improving the quality of existing homes, we reduce the growing need for other affordable housing options. We have three home repair programs to help meet the needs of our community. National Rebuilding Day (held on the last Saturday of every April and is our single largest project day of the year), Safe at Home, Tacoma Home Repair, She Builds, RampUp, Veterans work. Call or see Websites for more detail.

Volunteer Chore Services
(206) 328-5696
www.ccsww.org/get-help/services-for-seniors-people-with-disabilities/volunteer-services
Volunteer Services (formerly Volunteer Chore Services) began in 1981 in response to cuts in services for elders by the state legislature. The program currently works with thousands of elders and adults with disabilities statewide. VS is committed to helping elders and adults with disabilities remain independent in their own homes through a network of caring community members. The services are provided at no charge and serve as a safety net for those individuals who cannot afford to pay for assistance and do not qualify for other assistance. Volunteers generally provide 2-8 hours per month assisting their neighbors depending on their schedules and availability.
Services:
Housework, Laundry, Shopping/Errands, Transportation, Yard Work, Respite, Minor Home Repair, Cooking, Communications, Household Repairs, Monitoring, Wood Provision, Some kinds of Personal Care, Protective Supervision, Moving Assistance

Services for the Homeless

Guadalupe House
(740) 954-0776
tacomacatholicworker@gmail.com
http://tacomacatholicworker.weebly.com
1417 South G Street, Tacoma WA 98405
We offer hospitality in various ways to the homeless community. Guadalupe House functions as a transitional house offering a room and supportive environment to those transitioning out of homelessness. We walk with guests through healing and work towards their goals. All this runs on generous donations from friends across Tacoma like Cosmonaut Coffee and Legendary Donuts. Every Tuesday night, we host our weekly open house prayer service and dinner. Please come join us for a meal or to take a peek at life in community.

Open Hearth Ministries
(253) 307-2274
A family who calls the Open Hearth Ministries line (253-307-2274) from approximately 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. will speak directly with, or receive a return call from, a volunteer screener who obtains basic information from the family and determines if the family meets our criteria. Our criteria is the family must currently be homeless, their most recent address must be in Eastern Pierce County, and school-age children must be enrolled in one of the local school districts. If the criteria is met, the screener will make arrangements with a local motel and contact a volunteer visitor who will visit the family and help them begin the long process of ending their homelessness. The screener also refers the family to Access Point 4 Housing (253-682-3401), the centralized intake office for Pierce County homeless.

Project Homeless Connect
(253) 426-1507
www.associatedministries.org/supportive-services/phcvolunteer
Project homeless connect is a one day event, held in Pierce County, 3 times a year. We bring essential services such as Coordinated Entry Case Managers, Veterans Benefits, Health insurance enrollment, dental services, wellness exams, vaccines, career building services and so much more to meet with our community members currently experiencing homelessness. Please visit our website for latest information and updates.

Coalition to End Homelessness
www.pchomeless.org
The Tacoma Pierce County Coalition to End Homelessness is a loose network of individuals, non-profit agencies, government agencies, and community businesses working together to serve people experiencing homelessness. Our end goal is to help folks establish safe housing as quickly as possible and help them to retain that housing so their homeless episode is short and never repeated. We also work to address many of the factors that drive homelessness. (Website has all the information you need.)

Food Banks

Nourish Pierce County
253-383-3164
Nourish Pierce County – Food Banks for Healthier Futures (nourishpc.org)
1702 S. 72nd St, Suite E Tacoma, WA 98408

Browns Point Nourish Food Bank
(253) 826-4654
5339 Browns point Blvd NE, Tacoma, WA 98422

Edgewood Community Food Bank
(253) 826-4654
3607 122nd Ave E B, Edgewood, WA 98372

Graham/South Hill Food Bank
(253) 846-3805
10425 187th St E, Puyallup, WA 98374

Jackson Street Food Bank
(253) 564-4402
7410 S 12th St Tacoma, WA

Lakes Area Nourish Food Bank
(253) 581-1116
6900 Steilacoom Blvd SW, Lakewood, WA 98499

Northwest Tacoma Nourish Food Bank
(253) 383-3164
2710 N Madison St, Tacoma, WA 98407

Southeast Tacoma
(253) 531-4530
1704 85th St E, Tacoma. WA 98445

Allen AME Food Pantry
(253) 627-6855
Home | Allen AME Church (allenchurch.org)
1223 M.L.K. Jr way, Tacoma, WA 98405

B.A.S.H (Bikers against Statewide Hunger)
(253) 531-9600
www.bashfoodbank.org
103 140th St S b, Tacoma, WA 98444

Food Connection
253-383-5048
Food Connection Website – Connecting food, connecting people.
1323 S. Yakima Ave. Tacoma, WA 98405
NOTE that the Food Bank is closed on the first Thursday and first Saturday of each month

Harvest House
253-271-6457
HOME | Harvest House/Food Pantry/Community Garden/Graham WA United States
25713 70th Ave E Graham WA 98338
Harvest House Food Pantry is open every Saturday from 9:30 am – noon.

My Sister’s Pantry
(253) 627-1186
My Sister’s Pantry – Nurturing our Community. (mysisterspantry.org)
621 Tacoma Ave. S, Tacoma, WA 98402
The Pantry is open the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month from 2:30 pm — 5 pm and the 4th Saturday Of the month from 9 am -12:30 pm.621 Tacoma Ave S, Tacoma, WA 98402

Salvation Army Food Bank — Puyallup
(253) 841-1491 ext. 201
Puyallup Valley Corps (salvationarmy.org)
4009 9th St SW, Puyallup, WA 98373

University Place Food Bank
(253) 460-3134
Food Bank | University Place | Families Unlimited Network
2610 Sunset Dr. W, University Place, WA 98466

Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Recovery

Community Health Care
Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Dependence (MAT)
(253) 273-5827
Community Health Care MAT Services
Hilltop Regional Health Center
1202 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Tacoma WA 98405

Alcoholics Anonymous
(866) 972-0134
Find Washington AA Meetings Near You | AlcoholicsAnonymous.com
There are AA meetings in most cities/towns in Pierce County. Visit the link above for the location nearest you.

American Addiction Centers
(888) 987-1784
www.americanaddictioncenters.org
Our mission is to provide quality, compassionate, and innovative care to adults struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. Through comprehensive and customized treatment plans, we instill hope that long-term recovery is possible. Our purpose and passion is to empower you, your family, and your community by helping you achieve recovery and optimal wellness of the mind, body, and spirit.

Alcohol and Drugs Helpline
(206) 722-3700 Alanon and Alateen
(800) 726-8094
www.al-anon-pierce-wa.org/
CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION ON LOCAL LOCATIONS AND TIMES. Family support for those living with someone struggling with effects of alcoholism in their family.

Christian Biker Tabernacle
(253) 377-8800
Fax: (253) 625-7307
www.thetabby.org/
2702 E 122nd St. Tacoma, WA 98445
The purpose of the Tabernacle was, and continues to be, to reach out to the those who are stuck in life controlling problems and hopelessness – with the Hope of Jesus. Our intent is to walk beside them, helping them to become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well, and spiritually alive. Our programs include daily Bible study, worship, private and group devotions, along with job readiness training, household and family skills and scheduling preparation, with lots of love and fellowship.

Jefferson Square
(253) 272-6828
www.trm.org
Single men and single women. Must have case manager from outside agency (not DSHS), Must complete forms and application to be approved.

Lakeside-Milam Recovery Center
(866) 818-9051
(253) 840-8687
Questions: 425-823-3116
www.lakesidemilam.org/
Drug and alcohol assessments and counseling along with treatment options for youth and adult.

Detox Center
(253) 593-2413
www.mdc-hope.org/
721 Fawcett Ave # 100, Tacoma, WA 98402
24 hour medically supervised chemical dependency detoxification services.

New Life Program (Tacoma Rescue Mission)
(253) 383-4493
www.trm.org/recovery
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
425 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma, WA 98402
Our New Life Program is designed for those that have suffered from the devastation of substance use disorders. This program is a twelve-month, faith-based, in-house program with the men’s and women’s programs located on separate campuses. You will need to call 253-383-4493 every Thursday between 8-10am to keep your name and application on the wait list. Can apply Online.

New Phoebe House
Phone: (253) 383-7710
Fax: (253) 383-8834
info@newphoebehouse.org
www.newphoebehouse.org
CALL FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON PROGRAM. We provide housing, services and support to Pierce County mothers and children impacted by chemical dependence. We help them achieve and maintain reunification through healing, self-sufficiency & clean and sober living.

Pierce County Alliance
(253) 572-4750
www.piercecountyalliance.org
Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm
510 Tacoma Ave S, Tacoma, WA 98402
Court ordered treatment programs for foster children getting into foster care, independent living outside of foster care, reunification with families, and helping through the education system. Chemical Detection Services available on referral by employers, schools, parents, clean and sober housing facilities, CPS, etc. drug/alcohol or outpatient therapy.

Prosperity Wellness Center
Main: (253) 531-4750
Screening: (253) 536-6425
www.prosperitywellnesscenter.com
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
12201 Pacific Ave S, Tacoma, WA 98444
Women’s residential short-term sober living (30 days or less), outpatient also available. Call the main office to inquire about getting services. Call screening for eligibility and to be placed in the proper program.

Rainier View Christian Church
(253) 531-0757
info@rainierview.org
https://rainierview.org
Mailing Address: 12305 Spanaway Loop Road S Tacoma, WA 98444
Though our staff is still working, our church offices are currently closed. We will post office hours as soon as the Covid 19 crisis has passed, and we can reopen to the public. To contact us, please use the Contact Page or email info@rainierview.org or call the church office Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-1:00pm.

Pioneer Human Services a Chance for Change
(253) 274-0408
https://pioneerhumanservices.org
758 St Helens Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402
We are a social enterprise that partners with communities to transform society by honoring the humanity of people, reducing the impact of discriminatory mass incarceration and empowering people to live safe, healthy, productive lives through inspiration, affirmation and by overturning barriers.

Sea Mar Community Health Center
Phone: (253) 280-9860
Fax: (253)280-9870
www.seamar.org/pierce-bh-tacoma-treatment.html
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm (Office24-hours, 7 days per week (Facility)
1415 Center Street Tacoma, WA 98409

Point Defiance AIDS Project
(253) 381-5229
www.nasen.org/sep/tacoma-needle-exchange
Hilltop Tacoma Location: The Corner of 14th and G Street in Tacoma, WA 98405
Wednesday: 1:00pm to 6:00pm
Pierce-County Health Department Parking Lot: 3629 South D Street in Tacoma, WA 98418
Monday: 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Narcotics Anonymous
(800) 407-7195
NA – Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in Tacoma, WA
Use the above link to find a meeting near you.

Services for the Disabled

The Pierce County Aging and Disability Resources Center (ADRC)
(253) 798-4600
Aging & Disability Resources | Pierce County, WA – Official Website (piercecountywa.gov)
1305 Tacoma Ave S # 104, Tacoma, WA 98402

Advanced Health Care
(253) 475-7744
Advanced Health Care | Home Care | Tacoma, Olympia & S. Puget Sound (advanced-healthcare.com)
9116 Gravelly Lake Dr SW, Tacoma, WA 98499
All our services including caregivers, skilled nursing and transportation and recovery care, are provided under the direct supervision of knowledgeable and experienced registered nurses. Combining our efforts with those of the clients’ personal physicians and other health care providers, we are able to ensure that the home care experience is as productive and satisfying as possible.

Catholic Community Services
(253) 383-3697
Homepage – Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington (ccsww.org)
7050 S G St, Tacoma, WA 98408
Catholic Community Services (CCS) and Catholic Housing Services (CHS) are official human service outreach arms Of the Catholic Church in Western Washington. under the leadership Of Archbishop Paul D. Etienne and Boards of Trustees, staff and volunteers answer the Gospel call to loving and compassionate service with particular concern for the sanctity of human life from conception to natural death and for the dignity of the human person.

Family Housing Network
(253) 471-5340
Family Housing Network – Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington (ccsww.org)
5050 S Tacoma way, Tacoma, WA 98409
Through support, dignity and love, Catholic Community Services/Family Housing Network, in partnership with our community, empowers families challenged by homelessness to achieve independent, healthy lives, and a permanent place to call home.

Center for Independence
(253) 582-125
CFI – Center For Independence (cfi-wa.org)
7801 Bridgeport way W #200, Lakewood, WA 98499
The Center for Independence is a non- profit organization serving as a resource for individuals with disabilities to fully access and participate in the community through outreach, advocacy, and independent living skills development

Diversion Developmental Disabilities
(253) 404-5500
Services and Programs (non-residential) | DSHS (wa.gov)
The Developmental Disabilities Administration (DOA) assists individuals with developmental disabilities and their families to obtain services and supports based on individual preference, capabilities and needs, and which promote everyday activities, routines and relationships common to most citizens.

Tacoma Pierce County Health Department
(253) 798-6500
Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department | Home (tpchd.org)
3629 S D St, Tacoma, WA 98418
We protect and improve the health of all people and places in Pierce County. Every day, we are hard at work so you can enjoy a meal, drink tap water, breathe clean air, and stay healthy and disease free. That’s why public health matters.

MultiCare Behavioral Health Access Center
(888) 445-8120
Behavioral Health – MultiCare
2201 S 19th St, Tacoma, WA 98405
At MultiCare Behavioral Health, we offer a comprehensive range of mental health services in clinics, hospitals and specialty centers across Pierce and King counties.

L’Arche Tahoma Hope Community
(253) 535-3178
L’Arche Tahoma Hope
12302 Vickery Ave E, Tacoma, WA 98446
The Mission Of L’Arche Is to make known the gifts Of people With intellectual disabilities, revealed through mutually transforming relationships. To foster an environment in community that responds to the changing needs of our members, while being faithful to the core values of our founding story. To engage in our diverse cultures, working together toward a more human society.

Lutheran Community Services
(253) 272-8433
Tacoma – South Puget Sound, WA – LCSNW
3848 S Junett St, Tacoma, WA 98409
Our mission is grounded in faith and the ideals of inclusiveness and justice. We respect, serve and advocate for all no matter their religion, ethnicity, sexuality, or other personal attributes.

Pierce County Coalition for Developmental Disabilities
(253) 564-0707
HOME | pc2online
3716 Pacific Ave, Tacoma. WA 98418
Empowering individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

ResCare Homecare Tacoma
(253) 272-2675
ResCare HomeCare in Tacoma, WA (seniorcare.com)
747 St Helens Ave # 200, Tacoma, WA 98402
Our unique capability to deliver quality service and care where and when people need it most sets us apart in the health care field. It makes us significantly more adaptive and more responsive to both current and future health care needs.

Sound Outreach Services
(253) 593-2111
Home – Sound Outreach
1106 M.L.K. Jr Way, Tacoma. WA 98405
To empower Pierce County residents to achieve their financial dreams and to secure personal financial security through an integrated model of coaching and counseling.

Tacoma Recovery Center
(253) 533-9361
Tacoma Recovery Center & Cafe
813 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Tacoma, Washington 98405
We are committed to creating community relationship that empower, educate, and heal the person who is suffering from substance disorders, trauma, and mental health. Our mission is to create a pathway to recovery that restores families, children, and veterans to their intended life. Programs: Veteran program, Women’s Support Group, Meditative Relaxation. Bible Study, Mental Health, Anger Management, Grief & Loss Support, PTSD, It Takes a Village, Color Girls Group.

Catholic Community Services Volunteer Chore Services
(206) 328-56961
Volunteer Services – Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington (ccsww.org)
Volunteer Services (formerly Volunteer Chore Services) began in 1981 in response to cuts in services for elders by the state legislature. The program currently works with thousands of elders and adults with disabilities statewide. VS is committed to helping elders and adults with disabilities remain independent in their own homes through a network of caring community members. The services are provided at no charge and serve as a safety net for those individuals who cannot afford to pay for assistance and do not qualify for other assistance. Volunteers generally provide 2-8 hours per month assisting their neighbors depending on their schedules and availability.

Childcare

Child Care Aware of Washington
(253) 383-1735
Home – Child Care Aware WA
1001 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402
Child Care Aware of Washington provides thorough and independent information and support: For families seeking quality childcare, for childcare programs seeking to improve quality, and for effective policymaking.

Community Montessori
(253) 627-7554
Community Montessori – Tacoma Private School and Child Care
Open: Monday-Friday 7:30am to 5:30pm
1407 South 1 Street Tacoma, WA 98405
We provide a safe, nurturing, developmentally appropriate, and educationally oriented program with a Montessori curriculum supplemented by other proven methods within a prepared environment which promotes each child’s intellectual, communication, physical, social, and emotional development from twelve months through twelve years, all day, year-round.

MDC — Homeless Childcare Assistance Program
(253) 383-3921
info@mdc-hope.org

Education, Employment, and Job Training

Centro Latino
(253) 572-7717
Mi Centro WA – Un Lugar Para todos
Hours: M-Th 9am 4:30pm, Friday 10am-3pm
1208 S 10th St Tacoma, WA 98405
Our Mission is to cultivate the advancement of the Latino and Indigenous communities by providing social services and educational programming while honoring heritage and culture through the Arts.

MDC — Educational Opportunity Center (EOC)
(253) 572-5960
Home – MDC (mdc-hope.org)
721 Fawcett Ave # 201, Tacoma, WA 98402

Work Source Pierce County
(253) 593-7300
WorkSource Pierce
2121 South State Street, Tacoma WA
WorkSource Pierce is a partnership of state, local, and nonprofit agencies to deliver a wide array of employment and training services for both job seekers and employers. WorkSource Pierce is closed to in-person services due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact the office by phone or email for assistance.

Goodwill Industries
(253) 573-6500
Home – Goodwill | Olympics & Rainier Region (goodwillwa.org)
714 S 27th St, Tacoma. WA 98409 Temporarily Closed.

Labor Works
(253) 627-9675
Laborworks
5944 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98406
We are the industry’s premier staffing provider. With a customer service team that’s second to none, a quality workforce, and processes that take all the stress and worry from hiring, working with LaborWorks is the obvious choice.

Manpower
(253) 473-5023
Tacoma | Manpower Staffing (manpowergroupusa.com)
4002 Tacoma Mall Boulevard, Suite 103A, Tacoma, WA
ManpowerGroup is the world leader in innovative Workforce solutions, connecting human potential to the power of business. ManpowerGroup serves both large and small organizations across all industry sectors through our brands and offerings: Manpower. Experis and Talent Solutions.

Pierce College
(253) 840-8400
Home | Pierce College District (ctc.edu)
1601 39th Avenue SE Puyallup, Washington 98374
Pierce College creates quality educational opportunities for a diverse community of learners to thrive in an evolving world.

Pierce College
(253) 964-6500
Home | Pierce College District (ctc.edu)
9401 Farwest Drive SW, Lakewood, Washington 98498
Pierce College creates quality educational opportunities for a diverse community of learners to thrive in an evolving world.

Pierce County Human Services
(253) 798-4500
Human Services | Pierce County, WA – Official Website (piercecountywa.gov)
3602 Pacific Ave. Suite 200 Tacoma, WA 98418
We work to ensure all of Pierce County has equitable access to community-based services that respect each person’s unique experience.

Tacoma Community House
(253) 383-3951
Tacoma Community House – Home –
1314 S. L street, Tacoma, WA 98405
Tacoma Community House is a nationally respected, community-based service center for immigrants, refugees, and long-time South Sound residents seeking enrichment and pathways to self-sufficiency.

Vadis
(253) 863-5173
Home | Vadis
1701 Elm Street E Sumner, WA 98390
Vadis is dedicated to assisting businesses in finding great employees and be a more inclusive employer. Our focus on customer service is your assurance of excellence!

Bates Technical College
(253) 680-7000
Home – BatesTech – BatesTech
Downtown Campus
1101 S. Yakima, Tacoma WA 98405

South Campus
(253) 680-7400
2201 S. 78th, Tacoma WA 98409

Central Campus
(253) 680-7603
2320 S. 19th, Tacoma WA 98405

Clover Park Technical College 
Lakewood Campus
(253) 589-5800
https://www.cptc.edu/

South Hill Campus
(253) 583-8904
17214 110th Ave E
South Hill Campus | Clover Park Technical College (cptc.edu)

Tacoma Community College
Tacoma Campus
(253) 566-5000
Home : Tacoma Community College (tacomacc.edu)
6501 S 19th St Tacoma, WA 98466

Gig Harbor Campus
(253) 460-2424
Gig Harbor Campus : Tacoma Community College (tacomacc.edu)
3993 Hunt Street NW Gig Harbor, WA 98335

Legal aid Resources

Fair Housing Center Of WA
(253) 274-9523
Home | Fair Housing Center of Washintgton (fhcwashington.org)
1517 Fawcett Ave 250. Tacoma. WA 98402
The Fair Housing Center of Washington exists to prevent and eliminate illegal housing discrimination, ensure equal housing opportunity. and promote inclusive communities throughout Western and Central Washington.

Landlord/ Tenant Program (City of Tacoma) Coordinator’s Office
(253) 591-5000
Landlord-Tenant Program – City of Tacoma
747 Market Street Room 1044 Tacoma, WA 98402
If you have a landlord/tenant concern and seek assistance, you can start the process by completing the following form, which will be forwarded to the Landlord-Tenant Program Coordinator. The landlord/tenant program offers services in the following areas: Information and Referral, Rent, Deposits, Repairs/Maintenance Issues, Building Code Violations, Landlord-Tenant Inspection, Training/Education

NW Justice Program
(253) 272-78791
Home | Northwest Justice Project (nwjustice.org)
715 Tacoma Ave S, Tacoma, WA 98402
Northwest Justice Project (NIP) works to secure justice through high quality legal advocacy that promotes the long-term well-being of low-income individuals, families, and communities. As a dynamic statewide law firm, we pursue our mission through legal advice and representation, community partnerships, and education to empower clients and combat injustice in all its forms.

Clothing Resources

Our Father’s Kitchen Clothing Bank United Lutheran Church
(253) 475-3175
United Lutheran Church (unitedlutherantacoma.org)
1231 South 76th Street. Tacoma, WA 98408
Services: Free clothing, coats, and shoes
Bring photo ID – Located at far end of church
Noon – 2 pm Wednesdays

Pat’s Clothing Closet (Trinity Presbyterian Church)
(253) 272-8819
Pat’s Closet — Trinity Presbyterian Church (tpctacoma.org)
1615 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98405
Thursdays, 5pm | Fridays, 1pm
At present, Pat’s Closet provides guests with a pair of socks and some hygiene items when available. Anyone may come to receive these items. NO paperwork required.

My Sister’s Pantry First United Methodist Church of Tacoma
(253) 627-1186
My Sister’s Pantry – Nurturing our Community. (mysisterspantry.org)
621 Tacoma Ave. Tacoma, WA 98402
My Sister’s Pantry is open on our regular days for grocery distribution only. Out of concern for your health, there will be no hot meal service and the clothing bank will be closed. When attending, please maintain a 6-foot distance from other people. The Pantry is open the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month from 2:30 pm – 5 pm and the 4th Saturday of the month from 9 am – 12:30 pm

TACID (Tacoma Area Coalition for Individuals with Disabilities)
(253) 565-9000
Tacoma Area Coalition for Individuals with Disabilities (TACID)
6315 S 19th St, Tacoma. WA 98466

Wear it Out Life Center Rainier Church
(253) 846-3875
LIFE CENTER RAINIER CAMPUS — Life Center
17708 28th Ave E, Tacoma, WA 98445

Clothing Room, Tacoma Rescue Mission Downtown Campus
(253) 383-4493
Emergency Services – Tacoma Rescue Mission (trm.org)
425 South Tacoma Wav Tacoma, WA 98402
Clothing Room: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:30pm – 4:00pm

Just Threads Clothing Bank
Just Threads Clothing Bank | Pierce County, WA – Official Website (piercecountywa.gov)
925 Tacoma Avenue S Tacoma, WA 98402
Monday-Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Just Threads Clothing Bank provides justice involved individuals and community members in need with clothing for job interviews, work attire, athletic apparel, and clothing and accessories for everyday life. The clothing and accessories from Just Threads are available at no cost.

Furniture Banks

NW Furniture Bank
(253) 302-3868
NW Furniture Bank, Furniture Donation and Mattress Recycling
117 Puyallup Ave Tacoma, WA 98421
Dozens of agencies work with the homeless, domestic violence victims and low-income population providing temporary housing and recovery programs, but when their clients complete the programs, they may have new housing and a new focus for their life. but they often have no furniture.

Transportation

Pierce Transit
(253) 581-8000
Passes > Pierce Transit
3701 96th St. SW Lakewood, WA 98499
Pierce Transit connects communities with safe, reliable, customer friendly transit options. Three transportation services meet a variety Of Needs: Bus, Shuttle, and Vanpool.
Bus Pass Information: Call for Details or visit the website for bus routes, Schedules, and park n rides, fares.

Pierce Transit Shuttle
(253) 581-8000
SHUTTLE > Pierce Transit
SHUTTLE provides door- to- door service, or in some instances, transportation to transit centers or bus Stops to connect with regular bus service. The SHUTTLE vehicle may make several stops along the way before it arrives at your destination. SHUTTLE will take you where you want to go, within our regular service area and hours of operation, based on fixed route service. Who is eligible to ride SHUTTLE? The individual has a condition (physical or cognitive disability) which prevents her/him from getting to or from bus boarding locations when traveling within an area served by bus.

United Way of Pierce County
The United Way of Pierce County 2-1-1 call center is open Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm with 24-hour voice mail. Search the 2-1-1 Database online.
The following information is intended to connect you with helpful links and the available transportation resources in our community. Call 2-1-1 united way Of Pierce County 2-1-1 call center is a comprehensive and human resources. Information and referral specialist can help direct callers to transportation resources that best fit their needs. The United Way of Pierce County 2-1-1 call center is open Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm with 24-hour voice mail. Search the 2-1-1 Database online.

Around the Sound (Transpro)
(253) 858-7088
Reliable Transportation Services | ATS Transport

Local Motion
(253) 539-8233
17407 66th Ave Ct E, Puyallup, WA 98375

Paratransit
1-800-933-3468 ext. 399
Paratransit Services

Pet Care and Services

Pet Help Line
(952) 435-7738
Pet Helpline | Animal Humane Society

Pet Partners
(425) 679-5530
Pet Partners Therapy Dogs & Other Therapy Animals
345 118th Ave SE #200. Bellevue, WA 98005
Pet Partners’ mission is to improve human health and well-being through the human-animal bond.

Humane Society of Tacoma and Pierce County
(253) 383-2733
Humane Society Tacoma-Pierce County (thehumanesociety.org)
2608 Center Street – Tacoma. WA 98409
Our mission is to advance the welfare of animals and promote positive relationships between animals and people.

Telephone Assistance

Assurance Wireless
(888) 321-5880
Lifeline Phone Service | Assurance Wireless
Assurance Wireless is a federal Lifeline Assistance program. Enrollment is available to individuals who qualify based on federal or state-specific eligibility criteria and is non-transferable.