Human Services COVID-19 Help

Human Services offices are closed until further notice, but we are still offering alternative service options. For assistance please call 253-798-4500 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. View our resources below if you have been impacted by COVID-19.
COVID-19 Resources
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mortgage assistance available
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  1. Cloth Masks
  2. Children + Families
  3. Housing + Finances
  4. Health Guidance 

Washington State COVID-19 Guidance - Translations

Following a general request for assistance, these organizations have volunteered their locations as 

pick-up sites” for cloth masks for community members that are 200% below the Federal Poverty Level.  We 

will update this list as new locations are identified.

  • Emergency Food Network; visit this link to find a local food bank to pick up a mask: 
    Emergency Food Network (you can get masks at the EFN site as well)
    3318 92nd Street S |Lakewood, WA 98499
  •  Asia Pacific Culture Center
    4851 S Tacoma Way, Tacoma, WA 98409
    (253) 383-3900
  • Tacoma (Eastside) Family Support Center
    3569 E. Roosevelt Ave.Tacoma, WA 98404
    (253) 798-4569.
  • Tacoma (Hilltop) Family Support Center
    2021 S. 19th St.
    Tacoma, WA 98405
    (253) 593-6641.
  • Key Peninsula Family Support Center
    17010 S. Vaughn Rd. NW
    Vaughn, WA 98394
    (253) 884-5433.
  • Sumner/Bonney Lake Family Support Center
    1508 Willow St., Portable 705
    Sumner, WA 98390
    (253) 891-6150.
  • Orting Family Support Center
    120 Washington Ave. N.
    Orting, WA 98360;
    (360) 893-8500.
  • White River Family Support Center
    250 W. Main, Building 200
    Buckley, WA 98321
    (360) 829-5883.
  • Lakewood Family Support Center
    3819 100th St SW STE 8A/C, Lakewood, WA  98499
    (253) 759-3650
  • Centro Latino
    1208 S 10th St, Tacoma, WA 98405
    (253) 572-7717
  • VT Radio Universal
    1212 South 11st Unit 27 Tacoma, WA 98405
    (253) 293-1003
  • Tacoma Recovery Café
    813 M.L.K Jr. Way Tacoma, WA 98405
    (253) 533-9361
  • Recovery Café – Orting Valley
    113 Varner Ave SE, Orting, WA, 98360
    (360) 208-8018
  • Public Works Building – Steilacoom Township
    1030 Roe St, Steilacoom, WA 98388
  • Prairie Ridge Rec Hall
    14205 215th Ave E Bonney Lake 98391
  • South Pierce Fire & Rescue
    5403 340th St. E.  Eatonville Wa 98328
    (253) 888-2563
  • Nativity House
    702 S. 14th  Tacoma, WA
    (253) 383-3697
  • Family Housing Network
    1323  Yakima Ave Tacoma, WA 98405
    (253) 383-3697

Human Services Updates
  1. OMGosh now what - dealing with alzheimer&#39s diagnosis
  2. 2020 alzheimers conference
  3. Senior centers awarded funding
  4. DV services
  5. behavioral health funding for $1.5M awarded from CARES Act funding
  6. social security disability workshop
  7. medicare and covid19 workshop
  8. homeowner support
  9. senior center funding available
  10. DV news flash
  11. childcare newsflash
  12. homeless news flash
  13. homeowner support
  14. Veterans services
  15. homeless news flash
  16. homeless news flash
  17. rental assistance graphic
  18. senior farmers market voucher program is open apply now
  19. homeless news flash
  20. ADR News Flash Update about senior nutrition
  21. homeless covid update
  22. homeless covid update
  23. minor home repair services are still available
  24. Early Childhood Education and Assistance Programs has alternative programming available
  25. homeless covid update
  26. Ways to Help and Get Help
  27. the aging and disability resource center is open
  28. Veterans services have expanded.
  29. COVID-19 homelessness response
  30. HS building closure 2
  31. Aging into the Future: Pierce County 2020-2030

    Conference uses PechaKucha to envision next decade Read on...
  32. Social Security retirement

    What you need to know for 2019 Read on...
  33. Hope and healing come to the Orting Valley

    Recovery Café opens to help people struggling with addiction Read on...
  34. Join the conversation at SAGE Table Tacoma

    Creating meaningful connections in the community Read on...
  35. Celebrating caregivers through candid conversations

    Help and guidance available in November for family caregiver month Read on...
  36. Preventable falls among seniors reach epidemic proportions

    Falls among seniors is on the rise – and often preventable Read on...
  37. Choose Your Ride poster
  38. No scam
  39. Lonnie and Rannah
  40. Connector image

    Free special needs transportation expands in rural Pierce County

    The Beyond the Borders Connector will offer new routes to riders with special needs Read on...
  41. The Woods
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Funding Opportunities

The federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act passed by Congress allocated federal funds to jurisdictions across the country. Pierce County received an allocation of approximately $158 million and roughly $22 million will be spent on community response and resilience. Interested organizations may apply for these funding opportunities.

  • Homeless/Housing Services - Rental Assistance
  • Homeless/Housing Services - Emergency Shelter Expansion