A free confidential community service and your one-stop connection to the local services you need, from utility assistance, food, housing, health, child care, after school programs, elder care, crisis intervention and much more. 211 is always ready to assist you in finding the help you need.
Pierce County overnight shelters open to the general community.
Pierce County facilities designed specifically for people experiencing homelessness, providing shelter, food, and other supports.
Coordinated Entry is the first step in ending homelessness. Coordinated Entry is available through these organizations.
Safe Parking provides a place for people living in their cars to spend the night. A place they belong. Re-establishing housing is ideal, but until that time, a place to park for the night with some security, sanitation, and garbage service - is a safe option.
Through our Street Outreach Department, we are meeting our unsheltered neighbors each day right where they are at to offer access to life-changing resources and services.
Youth services || Harbor Hope Center fosters independent living for Washington’s at-risk youth by providing shelter, food, clothing, life skills, substance abuse education, referral services and mentoring.
Aptfinder.org is a non-profit website formed to connect low income households throughout Washington State. Listings are voluntarily advertised by owners and managers of rental apartments for low-income households whose annual income is below 80% of area median income
Associated Ministries’ Adult Home Sharing Program matches Home Providers who have a spare bedroom, with an individual in need of affordable housing, using screening tools that ensure safe and lasting matches. In some cases, an exchange of services such as meal prep, driving, or home maintenance, can be arranged with the Home Provider to offset lower rent, though Home Seekers must earn enough income to pay rent each month. The Adult Home Share program increases affordable housing, reduces isolationism, and promotes aging in place.
The Pierce County Eviction Prevention program supports eligible low-income households with their past due rent.
Pierce County Housing Authority provides safe, decent, affordable housing and economic opportunity, free from discrimination.
Click this link for data about pierce county shelter availability. The data for this site is updated Monday through Friday by 10 am utilizing the data reported from the previous business day.