Resource Information on: food, housing, health care, legal help, transportation and additional assistance
Basic Food Assistance: Apply for monthly benefits to buy food for people with low incomes.
Food Banks of Pierce County: List and map of locations, meal sites, senior nutrition and home delivered meals information.
Dental Care Clinics & Resources: List with information on sliding fees, accept Medicaid and discounts.
Health Care in Pierce County: Comprehensive list of health care providers and services.
MentalHealth.gov: Help includes suicide prevention, disaster distress helpline, assistance for veterans and coping with COVID-19.
Washington Health Plan Finder: Find health care coverage including free or low-cost Apple Health.
Pierce County Transportation Resources: Information on transportation options throughout the Puget Sound.
Sound Transit: Schedule and maps
Shelter & Housing
Housing, Shelter, and Rental Assistance: Information and links to Coordinated Entry and housing assistance.
Overnight Shelter: List and map of shelter locations, requirements and availability.
Tacomaprobono: Free civil legal aid to low-income individuals who face legal issues in Pierce County.
Washington Law Help: Self-help legal forms and links to legal topics for Washington State.
Additional Resources & Resource Guides
Aging & Disability Resources: ADRC provides community outreach/education, help accessing services and care planning for older adults.
All Resources - Pierce County: A-Z list of all Pierce County helpful resources.
Associated Ministries Community Resource Guide: Printable list of phone numbers and support services including housing, domestic violence, treatment and recovery, and health care.
Cellphone Lifeline Program: Government program that provides discounts on monthly telephone service for eligible consumers.
Pierce County Human Services: Connecting those in need with services to improve their quality of life and promote self-sufficiency.
Reentry Resources: Pierce County Library System resource information and links to reentry resources.
United Way Pierce County - Community Resources for Support: City and county resource and support services.
Washington Connection - Link to State Services: Apply for services such as Food, Cash, Child Care, Long-term Care, and Medicare Savings Programs.
Washington State Dept. of Social and Health Services: Community services including food, medical, housing, vocational, mental health, and disability support.
WorkSource: Offers job seekers access to thousands of jobs and job-search tools to find career opportunities.
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