Pierce County TEST
Shelter and Housing

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Below are the Overnight Shelters open to the general community. Other shelters, such as the Stability Site, are operating but require referrals through other agencies. Only a few shelters accept walk-ins, and those often have a waitlist, so it is best to contact the shelter prior to arrival.

LIHI S 69th and Proctor
S 69th and Proctor
425-295-5421
https://lihi.org/
This shelter does not accept walk ups; Contact 425-295-5421 to get on the waitlist.

Open to single adults and couples. No sex offenders. Harm reduction model.

Next Chapter Pregnant and Single Mothers Shelter
7031 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA 98408
253-475-5516
https://www.nextchapterwa.org/
Pregnant women and single mothers.

Puyallup Tribe Tiny House Village
2027 E Wright Ave, Tacoma, WA 98404
https://lihi.org/puyallup-tribe-village/
Puyallup tribal members experiencing homelessness including individuals, couples, veterans, seniors, students, and people with pets.

All residents will be adults age 18 and over.

Roosevelt Barracks Crisis Residential Center
1301 Orting Kapowsin Hwy E, Orting, WA 98360
253-263-0735
https://www.dva.wa.gov/
Serves homeless veterans, please call for eligibility.

For admission to the site, contact Delena Josephsen ( delena.josephsen@dva.wa.gov - 253-263-0735)

or Melissa Frink ( melissa.frink@dva.wa.gov ).

Stability Site

1423 Puyallup Ave, Tacoma, WA
253-307-7517
https://ccsww.org/get-help/pierce-county/

Tacoma Salvation Army - Family Shelter
1501 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98405
253-572-8452
https://tacoma.salvationarmy.org/
Families referred through the CCS Family Day Center.

Tacoma Salvation Army - Single Adults
1501 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98405
253-572-8452
https://tacoma.salvationarmy.org/
Single adult referrals from the Puyallup Police Department

Adams Street Shelter
Undisclosed
253-592-6401
https://www.trm.org/emergency-services/
This shelter does not accept walk ups; call the shelter to get on the waitlist. Open for households with minors.

Beacon Center Young Adult Shelter
415 S 13th St, Tacoma, WA 98402
https://www.comprehensiveliferesources.org/young-adult-shelter
A drop in overnight shelter for young adults aged 18 to 24. This shelter typically has room available.

Bethlehem Baptist Family Shelter
4818 E Portland Ave, Tacoma, WA 98404
253-475-4173
https://www.bethlehembaptisttacoma.org/
Serves families with kids under 18 and parents between 18 and 60.

Holy Rosary Temporary Shelter
504 S 30th St, Tacoma, WA 98402
253-383-4493x1107
https://www.trm.org/
Single adult men - meet at dinnertime at the TRM Downtown Campus at 425 South Tacoma Way

LIHI Village at 6th and Orchard
602 N Orchard St, Tacoma, WA 98406
206-496-2749
https://lihi.org/
Serving families (single women with children, couples with children), single women, and couples without children.

Nativity House Shelter
702 S 14th St, Tacoma, WA 98405
253-502-2780
https://ccsww.org/get-help/housing/permanent-housing/nativity-house-apartments/nativity-house-day-shelter/
Serves adults 18 and over. This shelter nearly always has a waitlist for both the men and women sides - come to the shelter around 4:30pm to get on the waitlist.

Tacoma Rescue Mission Men's Shelter
425 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma, WA 98402
253-383-4493
http://www.trm.org/
Adult men. There is typically a waitlist for the dorm, but if guests haven't stayed at the shelter before (or in the last 6 months), they will always provide a mat to sleep on.

Tacoma Rescue Mission Women's Shelter
425 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma, WA 98402
253-383-4493
http://www.trm.org/
Adult women. There is typically a waitlist for the dorm, but if guests haven't stayed at the shelter before (or in the last 6 months), they will always provide a mat to sleep on.

VARIOUS LOCATIONS:

Share and Care House

Locations in King and Pierce Counties.

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH), Rapid Rehousing (RRH), Housing and Essential Needs (HEN) must have DSHS referral, and Transitional (typically no more than 2 years), Foundational Community Supports/Supportive Housing (Medicaid benefits – may include moving assistance, furnishings and supply purchasing, and other eviction prevention), Resource Connections and Housing Assessments.

 

Payee Program: Seattle Mon, Wed, Fri 11am-3pm

HEN Program: Tacoma Tue and Thur 9am-4pm; Puyallup Mon-Wed, Fri 11am-3pm

All other housing programs: Puyallup 9am-4pm

Website: https://shareandcarehouse.org/

Catholic Community Services

P: King (206)323-6336, Pierce (253)383-3697, Thurston (360)753-3340

Offers: Shelters; permanent housing; transitional housing facilities; child, youth, and family programs; specialized services for veterans, immigrants, and refugees; in-home care for seniors; mental health services to medicaid eligible clients; outpatient chemical dependency treatment centers; family behavioral health services

Website: https://ccsww.org/