Accessing shelter and housing in Pierce County starts with One Phone Call
Looking for Shelter?
Pierce County, together with Associated Ministries, implemented a new centralized intake and referral system for families and individuals at risk of, or currently experiencing homelessness. It's called Access Point 4 Housing, and it can be reached at (253) 682-3401. It offers a single place for people to call for homelessness prevention services, assessment, case management, and housing services.
Anyone in need of prevention or re-housing services can call this number and be referred to the best local housing and other resources best suited to their needs. Plus, Access Point 4 Housing also offers homelessness prevention services, including rent and utility assistance.
Access Point 4 Housing
Additional local resources for housing, rental assistance, and household items are listed below.
All Saints Community Services
204 6th Ave SW, Puyallup, WA 98371
Contact: (253) 848-2000
Monday – Thursday, 10am-12pm or 1pm-3pm
Provides emergency financial assistance to Puyallup residents living in 98371, 98372, and 98373 zip codes. Assists with rent, utilities, prescriptions, gas vouchers, and local bus tickets.
A resource put together by Pierce County Youth Coaltition for the Homeless.
Pierce County Affordable Housing Consortium Resource Guide
St. Francis House
322 7th Street SE, Puyallup
Provides clothing, furniture, meals, household goods and ESL classes to families living below poverty line.
WA State Coalition for the Homeless
Pierce County Housing Services Online Resource Guide - click here.
United Way of Pierce County
Online Housing Guide available - click here.
Or Call "211" toll-free from any phone.