What is an Adult Family Home?
Adult family homes provide living for six or fewer residents and are licensed by the state. They are regular neighborhood homes where staff people assume responsibility for the safety and well-being of the residents. A room, meals, laundry, supervision and varying levels of assistance with care are provided.
Some provide occasional nursing care. Some offer specialized care for people with mental health issues, developmental disabilities or dementia. To explore an adult family home as an option, find out what kinds of services and supports are available at each home you are interested in.
To Find an Adult Family Home
There are more than 200 Adult Family Homes in Pierce County. The best source of information for Adult Family Homes in Pierce County is through the Washington State Aging and Disability Services Administration of the Department of Social and Human Services
You will be asked to search for listings by zip code or by county. If you select by county, choose ''Pierce'' or the appropriate county for which you are searching. Listings will be grouped by city name.
If you need further assistance, please call the Pierce County Aging and Disability Resource Center at (253) 798-4600 or (800) 562-0332. We will gladly help you.