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Community Resources

 Here are community-based resources to support your family in the local Lakewood area.

Additional food resources from Emergency Food Network.

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Lakewood Resources

CHOICE is a community coalition focused on reducing youth substance use by increasing awareness, reducing access and building pathways to healthy options for youth and families.

CLOTHING AND FURNITURE

Caring for Kids

(253) 279-9777

Provides clothing, food, school supplies, emergency help Hours vary

NW Furniture Bank

(253) 302-3868

Referral Only Tue-Sat: 9am-2pm

Our Lady of Guadalupe

(253) 582-3384

Maternity clothing, diapers, car seats, strollers: M & F: 10am-12pm

St Francis House

(253) 770-6991

Clothing, household items, furniture, ESL (Español) Hours vary

CRISIS

24-Hour Crisis Line (Mental Health)

(800) 576-7764

Counselors waiting for mental health crises (Español) Hours 24/7

24-Hour Youth Crisis & Help Line

(800) RUNAWAY

For youth in crisis or parents with youth (Español) Hours 24/7

Adult/Child Protective Services

(866) ENDHARM

Physical, emotional & sexual abuse of minors (Español) Hours 24/7

Police/Fire/Emergency

911

For all emergencies (Español) Hours 24/7

Poison Control

(800) 222 1222

24-hour poison hotline (Español) Hours 24/7

Suicide Prevention Hotline

(800) 273-TALK

Talk to someone about anything suicide related (Español) Hours 24/7

DENTAL/ HEALTH/ MATERNITY CARE

Carenet Pregnancy & Family Services

(253) 984-6222

Pregnancy tests, ultrasound, baby clothes, car seats, diapers M-F 9am-5pm

Community Healthcare

(253) 589-7030

Family medical center, immunizations, maternity support, eye and dental clinic M-F 8 am-4:30 pm

Franciscan St Claire Hospital

(253) 985-1711

Emergency room & full service hospital Hours 24/7

Lindquist Dental Clinic for Children

(253) 539-7445

Dental services for birth-20 yrs (Español) M-F 8am-5pm

Molina Healthcare

(800) 294-8620

State Medicaid healthcare (Español) M-F 8am-8pm

DRUG/ALCOHOL SUPPORT

Center for Substance Abuse & Recovery

(253) 284-7814

Youth 14+ outpatient treatment, assessments (Español) M-Th 8am-5pm

Consejo Counseling

(253) 414-7461

Adult & youth outpatient treatment (Español) M-F 8am-5pm

Crossroads Treatment Center

(253) 473-7474

Assessment & outpatient treatment M-Th 9am-5pm

Detoxification Services

(253) 593-2413

Detox, withdrawal, 13yrs+ (Español) Hours 24/7

Foundation El Camino

(253) 572-3214

Youth multicultural and Adult (Español) M-Th 9am-5pm

Pierce County Alliance

(253) 572-4750

Walk-ins, assessments, outpatient treatment 8:30am-5pm

Pierce County AA

(253) 474-8897

24-hour hotline with AA info

Pierce County NA

(253) 531-8792

24-hour hotline with NA info

Pierce County Al-Anon

(800) 726-8094

Loved ones affected by addiction M-F 8am-6pm

Recovery Helpline

(866)789-1511

Substance abuse, Problem Gambling & Mental Health

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Korean Women’s Association

(253) 535-4202

Women w/ children shelter & case management M-F: 8:30am-5pm

JBLM Family Advocacy Program

(253) 966-7233

Advocacy for military victims of DV Hours 24/7

YWCA of Pierce County

(253)-272-4181

Domestic violence shelter, advocates & assistance M-F: 8:30am-5:30pm

Crystal Judson Family Justice Center

(253) 798-4166

Domestic violence legal & support (Español) M-F: 8:30am-4:30pm

EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT

Centro Latino

(253) 572-7717

ESD, ABE & family Support (Español)

Clover Park Technical College

(253) 589-5800

College advising “Get Started Workshop” Hours vary

Education Opportunity Center

(253) 572-5960

Barrier removal for college entrance, FAFSA, testing fees, career assessments (Español) M-Th 9am-5pm Fri 9am-1pm

Goodwill

(253) 573-6500

Training programs & job search assistance M-F: 8am-4pm

High Demand Industry Training

(253) 284-9017

10-week training in high demand field M-F 8am-4:30pm

Pierce College

(253)964-6435

College Advising, Classes, CDU’S M-F 8am-5pm

Tacoma Community House

(253) 383-3951

ELL, GED, Immigration & Employment (Español) Hours Vary

Workforce Central

(253) 472-8094

Manufacturing Academy, job listings, training M-F 8am-5pm

Work Source

(253) 593-7300

Assistance with unemployment benefits & job search

FAMILY PARENTING SERVICES

Catholic Community Services

(253) 383-3697

Family housing, parenting class, case management M-F 8am-5pm

Clover Park School District Student Services

(253) 583-5153

Provides assistance to families to meet student needs Hours vary

Lakewood’s CHOICE

(253) 798-3799

Parent education about youth substance abuse prevention Hours vary

Childcare Aware of WA

(253) 272-8000

Childcare resources line

FOOD

Bread of Life Food Bank

(253) 582-2515

ID address required (Español) Th 1pm-5pm

Emergency Food Network

Additional food resources from Emergency Food Network

Nourish Food Bank

 

(253) 581-1116

Weekly distribution, ID address required M-F 8am-5pm

Meals on Wheels

 

(253) 474-1300

Mon-Fri meal delivery for homebound seniors M-F 8am-5pm

Prince on Peace Food Closet

(253) 584-2565

Weekly distribution, ID/address required Tue 12pm-3pm

SNAP (Food benefits)

 

(877) 501-2233

Information & office locations (Español) M-F 8am-5pm

Springbrook Mobile Food Bank

 

(253) 298-7441

3 Stops: Centerforce, Boston/Lincoln & Springbrook Park Sat 10am-1pm

WIC (Lakewood)

 

(253) 588-9597

Supplemental food, formula (Español) M-Th 8am-5pm

HOUSING

Access Point 4 Housing

 

(253) 682-3401

Centralized intake for ALL housing needs M-F 9am-3pm

Landlord Liaison Project (MDC)

(253) 536-6200

Addresses barriers to renting Hours vary

MDC Housing Department

(253) 597-6728

Transitional & permanent supportive housing M-F 8am-4pm

Network Tacoma

(253) 474-9334

Transitional & permanent supportive housing Hours vary

The Rescue Mission

(253) 383-4493

Emergency shelter M-Th 8am-4:30pm, F 8am-2:30pm

Tacoma Ave Shelter

 

(253) 572-0131

Emergency shelter for men & women Hours vary

Shared Housing Services

 

(253) 272-1532

Home sharing, transitional & host homes M-F 8am-5pm

YWCA DV Shelter

 

(253) 383-2593

Single Parents in domestic violence (Español) 24-hour hotline

Community Housing Programs

 

(253) 983-7754

Major home repairs & down payment assistance

MENTAL HEALTH

Catholic Community Services

(253) 383-3697

Family, group & individual counseling/support M-F 8am-5pm

Comprehensive Life Resources

(253) 396-5800

Individual counseling (Español) Hours vary

Consejo Counseling

(253) 414-7461

Adult & youth outpatient treatment (Español) M-F 8am-5pm

Good Samaritan Mental Health

 

(253) 445-8120

Individual, chemical dependency, marriage M-F 8am-5pm

Greater Lakes Mental Health

 

(253) 581-7020

Counseling for adults & children M-F 8am-5pm

Hope Sparks

 

(253) 565-4484

Counseling, relatives raising children, family support M-F 8am-5pm

UTILITIES AND TRANSPORTATION

Lakeview Light and Power

(253) 584-6060

Utility provider & resources for assistance M-F 7am-6pm

LASA

(253) 582-5320

Housing, bus tickets, utility & rental assistance M-F 8:30am-5pm

McKinney Vento (Homeless Youth)

(253) 583-5154

Transportation for students in homelessness M-F 7:30am-4:30pm

St Francis Cabrini

(253) 655-7837

Limited rent/utility assistance Hours vary

YOUTH SERVICES

Boys & Girls Club of Lakewood

(253) 589-8989

Drop in after school program for school aged youth Hours vary

Campfire USA

 

(253) 627-8153

Day & resident camp, outreach for homeless (Español) Tu-F 9am-4pm

Communities in Schools

 

(253) 589-7489

Mentoring, afterschool, summer programs M-F Hours vary

Lakewood’s CHOICE

(253) 798-3799

Coalition for youth substance abuse prevention Volunteer opportunities

Lakewood YMCA

 

(253) 584-9622

Swimming, fitness, intel clubhouse & programs Hours vary

Oasis Youth Center

 

(253) 671-2838

LGBTQ drop in youth center ages 14-24 Hours vary

REACH Center

 

(253) 573-6590

Serves 16-24 with education & employment M-F 9am-5pm

Tacoma Community House

 

(253) 383-3951

16-21 year olds career & internship program Hours vary

JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD

School Liaison Office

(253) 967-7195

Help military families better understand the education process, school organization and interaction strategies

Army Emergency Relief

 

(253) 967-9852/9812

Emergency financial assistance

Air Force Aid Society Aid

(253) 982-7027

Emergency financial assistance

Directorate of Personnel & Family Readiness

JBLM Main

(253) 967-6399

McChord Field

(253) 982-0176

Family programs to support service members

Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

(253) 967-9704

Assistance for military families with special medical & educational needs

Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

(253) 967-6618

Services & training to enhance family and life skills

Military & Family Life Counselor (MFLC)

 

(253) 963-2223/2226

Counseling services