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Some services may be closed or unavailable in-person due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Governor Inslee's Stay Home, Stay Healthy order.

*Pierce County Coordinated Entry Application*

An application with Pierce County’s centralized intake system, called Coordinated Entry, is required for many of the services listed on this page — these services are denoted with asterisks. Call 211 to begin the application process, or visit the Washington 211 website to search available services.

Do you need housing right now?

Are you a single parent attempting to flee domestic violence with your child?

  • *Exodus Housing — Requires Pierce County Coordinated Entry application. Call 211 to begin the process.

Do you live in Pierce County and are experiencing homelessness or are fleeing domestic violence?

  • *Share and Care House (Rapid Rehousing) — Requires Pierce County Coordinated Entry application. Call 211 to begin the process.

Have you or your family recently become homeless and are looking for a place to live right now?

  • *Family Housing Network (Rapid Rehousing) — Requires Pierce County Coordinated Entry application. Call 211 to begin the process.

Are you a pregnant woman or a new mother and looking for a place to live right now?

  • New Beginnings — Provides housing support services for young women who are pregnant as well as new mothers who are in crisis and need assistance with temporary housing.

Are you homeless or at risk of becoming homeless living with a child under age 17?

  • *Helping Hand House — Requires Pierce County Coordinated Entry application. Call 211 to begin the process.

Do you live in Puyallup or Eastern Pierce County and need short-term motel assistance?

  • Open Hearth Ministries — Provides short term motel assistance to those with children up to 18 years old in Puyallup and Eastern Pierce County.

Do you need short-term or transitional housing?

Is your family homeless or low-income and need temporary or transitional housing?

  • *Living Access Support Alliance — Requires Pierce County Coordinated Entry application. Call 211 to begin the process.​
  • St. Frances Cabrini — Provides rent, utilities and furniture. *Must call on MONDAYS promptly at 9 a.m. Services are provided as a first come, first serve basis.
    • Call 253-655-7837 (English) / 253-655-7835 (Español)
  • Shared Housing Services

Do you need permanent housing?

Are you low-income and looking for affordable public housing?

Is your family homeless, have complex needs or disabilities, and are looking for permanent housing?

  • *Family Housing Network (Permanent Housing) — Requires Pierce County Coordinated Entry application. Call 211 to begin the process.

Do you have a disability or have a long history of homelessness and are looking for permanent housing with additional services?

  • *Share and Care House (Permanent Supportive Housing) — Requires Pierce County Coordinated Entry application. Call 211 to begin the process.

Are you a member of a Tribal Nation and are looking for permanent housing?

Are you behind on your rent and need help paying?

Do you need help paying for your energy bills or utilities?

Are you a homeowner and want to reduce energy usage and lower bills?