Senior Citizen & Disability Resources

  1. Gig Harbor Senior Center

    Mission Statement: To provide a vibrant gathering place for seniors that inspires and supports participation in all aspects of community life by offering opportunities for social interaction, recreation, education, and wellness.

  2. The Mustard Seed Project

    he Mustard Seed Project promotes independent living and quality of life for seniors residing on the Key Peninsula in western Washington by providing services and programs in five focus areas: transportation, information & referral, health and wellness, senior housing options, and community education.

  3. Pierce County Aging and Disability Resources

    The Aging and Disability Resources Program offers a wide range of community-based services that allow older adults and adults with disabilities to remain at home as long as possible. These services address the needs of frail, older and functionally disabled adults living in Pierce County.

  4. Senior Congregate Nutrition

    The Senior Congregate Nutrition Program provides a free meal, conversation, and even an activity or two for adults 60 years or older.

  5. Pierce County Aging in Place Specialists

    Certified Aging in Place Specialists (CAPS)

  6. Pierce County Family Caregiver Support

    The Family Caregiver Support program helps support and sustain the primary, unpaid caregiver providing continuous care for an older adult or a functionally disabled adult 18 years of age. We connect caregivers with the resources that will enable them to continue at-home care and make it possible for care recipients to continue to remain in their familiar environment.

  7. Report Elder Care Abuse

    Call Adult Protective Services at (877) 734 6277

  8. Medicare

    Apply for Medicare coverage here.

  9. Supplemental Security Income

    Apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) here.

  10. Social Security Disability Insurance

    Apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) here.

  11. Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

    The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) is a statewide resource that assists people with disabilities to prepare for, secure, maintain, advance in, or regain employment.

  12. Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

    The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) offers assistance in all aspects related to DVR services for customers who are Deaf, DeafBlind, Hard of Hearing, and Late-Deafened.

  13. Services for the Blind

    Our mission is inclusion, independence, and economic vitality for people with visual disabilities