United Way 211: Adults, children or youth needing therapy, substance detox or access to medication can call 211 to be connected to a provider.
Washington Listens: A support program for Washington state residents to call and speak to a support specialist for help in managing elevated stress and cope with changes due to COVID-19. Callers receive support and connection to community resources in their area. Call Washington Listens at 1-833-681-0211.
South Sound 211: Free helpline that connects people facing barriers to hundreds of services and programs including utilities, transportation, behavioral health, housing and employment. The South Sound 211 call center is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 to 4:00 with 24-hour voicemail. To find the resources you need, simply dial 211, call 253-527-4357 or email email@example.com.South Sound Outreach: Financial, Expenses, Health, Food, School Operation Plans/Meals, Employment and Health Care
Health Care Authority: Updates for Behavioral Health Providers and Medicaid Clients
Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department
United Way: Free Meals During School Closures and Resources
Elevate Health COVID-19 Resource Center
Health Care Authority Resources for parents, caregivers and families
The Child Care Aware of WA Family Center is keeping track of all child care availability in King and Pierce County. The Family Center phone number is 1-800-446-1114. By contacting this number families can get personalized assistance and the most up to date information.
College Success Foundation: COVID-19 Resource Guide for Students and Families
Mary Bridge Children's Hospital Family Resources During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Pierce County Youth Mental Health Provider Updates