Pierce County transitional housing programs.

Struggling residents across Pierce County can turn to low income and transitional housing programs. The centers focus on assisting the homeless, but others can get help as well. Resources are available for families facing imminent eviction, veterans, single parents, and others from the community.

Non-profit organizations administer several services for clients. They range from emergency shelter, temporary housing, and then help in locating and paying the rent for a permanent home in Pierce County. Those people who use these resources will also often be provided free meals, food, and access to self-sufficiency programs such as job training. For example, clients can get information on what employers may be hiring in the Tacoma Washington area.

If you are homeless, facing eviction, or behind on your rent, call an agency as soon as possible. Some centers may be able to help those applicants that qualify, and other non-profits may refer a family to other resources. This can include government subsidized housing or maybe other local agencies.

Associated Ministries - Access Point 4 Housing
901 S 13th St
Tacoma, Washington, 98405
Main number is (253) 682-3401
Residents facing imminent eviction or the currently homeless can get help. The non-profit runs a central point of entry that directs families to resources that can assist them as they secure permanent housing and other services.

Catholic Community Services - Transitional Housing
Address is 7050 S G St.
Tacoma, WA, 98408
Dial (253) 682-3401
Homeless families with minor children can receive shelter, meals, transitional housing, and much more. Clients of this Pierce County Catholic Charity program must be motivated and able to participate in a family program leading to stability and permanent housing.

 

 

 

Exodus Housing
Main address is 15318 Washington St.
Sumner, WA, 98390
Call (253) 682-3401
Offers houses, apartments, and short term housing opportunities for victims of domestic violence. Case management and other supportive services are offered too.

Helping Hand House, Bright Futures Transitional Housing
4321 2nd St SW
Puyallup, Washington, 98373
(253) 682-3401
Extensive case management and transition housing is offered to families with children under 18 years of age.

House of Matthews Transitional Housing and Rapid Employment
Phone number is (253) 861-1812
The currently homeless, veterans, and ex prisoners can receive transitional housing and other forms of assistance. The program offers a dormitory style setting. Other assistance available to the low income includes Life Skills and Rapid Employment programs.

House of Mercy Ministries Structured Housing
Call (206) 856-0013 for location and details.

LASA
8956 Gravelly Lake Dr SW
Lakewood, WA, 98498
Dial (253) 682-3401
The company both leases and owns various housing units and apartments throughout Pierce County. They will place homeless families with children into one or more of these housing units that is most appropriate for their needs and income levels.

The Caring Place
Address: 917 Pacific Ave., Ste. 301
Tacoma, WA 98402
253-272-3011

Martin Luther King Housing Development Association
Address: 1143 Tacoma Ave S.
Tacoma, Washington 98405
Main phone: 253-627-1099

Network Tacoma
Location is 5435 South M St
Tacoma, Washington, 98408
Dial (253) 682-3401
The location administers transitional housing, shelter and a wide array of comprehensive case management and other related services to homeless families with children and infants.

 

 

 

 

New Connections - Irma Gary House
Office is at 613 S 15th St
Tacoma, WA, 98405
Main phone - (253) 617-1405
Family Transition Cottage is for an incarcerated woman.

New Phoebe House
(253) 383-7710
Support services and a place to stay is offered to mothers and children impacted by substance abuse.

Pierce County Alliance Youth Services
Main address of the county office is 510 Tacoma Ave S
Tacoma, Washington, 98402
Telephone - (253) 572-4750

Rescue Mission
Address is 3202 S Tyler St
Tacoma, Washington, 98408
(253) 682-3401
Transitional Housing, case management, and assistance in moving from homelessness to self-sufficiency is offered. This can include housing locations services and maybe even referrals to financial aid for paying deposits or rent.

Metropolitan Development Council
Address is 721 Fawcett
Tacoma, WA 98402
Phone: 253-597-6728

Pierce County Housing Authority
603 S. Polk St.
Tacoma, WA 98445
Phone: 253-620-5400
Runs the section 8 voucher program for the region.

Retsil Veterans Home
Address is 1141 Beach Dr Building 9
Retsil, WA, 98378
Dial (253) 582-8440
The location provides transitional and low income housing for homeless Veterans. Applicants to the program must have Honorable or General discharge.

Shared Housing Services
Location of the program - 901 S 11th St.
Tacoma, WA, 98405
Dial (253) 272-1532
The center provides the family with housing so long as the family works the program and address the cause of their struggles and homelessness.

Guadalupe House
1417 South G St
Tacoma, WA, 98405
(253) 572-6582
Offers a drug and alcohol free environment for homeless single adults.

 

 

 

Tacoma Goodwill - REACH Center
714 S 27th St.
Tacoma, WA, 98409
Telephone: (253) 573-6590
Housing and other support is offered, such as education, job training and employment assistance to young people.

YWCA Pierce County
Address: 405 Broadway
Tacoma, WA 98402-3904
Phone: 253-272-4181
Runs an emergency shelter.

Youth with a Mission, New Beginnings Home
7317 56th St E
Puyallup, Washington, 98371
(253) 353-2229

VIEW - Veterans Independent Enterprises of Washington
(253) 922-5650
Transitional housing, training, work therapy, job placement assistance, credit services, employment, transitional independent living skills for homeless and struggling veterans.

 

 

 

 

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