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We suspended most in-person services. Read our blog post.

The Health Department is closed July 3 for the Fourth of July Holiday.

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Family Support Centers

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We help children, families and communities thrive.

Get the help and resources you need. Achieve your family goals. Each support center has unique services. We design each center to meet the needs of the community around it.

Your health and our staff’s health are our top priorities. Everyone in Pierce County needs to practice social distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak. If you need resources, call the Family Support Center closest to you—Family Support Centers are closed, but available by phone.  We will keep you updated as we reassess the situation.

Pierce County Family Support Centers 

18020 B St. E.
Spanaway, WA 98387

Contact Bethel at (253) 800-6850.

Tacoma (Eastside)
3569 E. Roosevelt Ave.
Tacoma, WA 98404

Contact Eastside at or (253) 798-4569.

Tacoma (Hilltop)
2021 S. 19th St.
Tacoma, WA 98405

Contact Multicultural Child and Family Hope Center at (253) 593-6641.

Key Peninsula
17010 S. Vaughn Rd. NW
Vaughn, WA 98394

Contact Key Peninsula at or (253) 884-5433.

Sumner/Bonney Lake
1508 Willow St., Portable 705
Sumner, WA 98390

Contact Sumner/Bonney Lake at or (253) 891-6150.

120 Washington Ave. N.
Orting, WA 98360

Contact Orting at or (360) 893-8500.

White River
250 W. Main, Building 200
Buckley, WA 98321

Contact White River at or (360) 829-5883.


When you have the resources to meet your basic needs, you can better focus on safe, stable, nurturing relationships. We can help you connect to resources like:

  • In-home family support and advocacy.
  • Parenting classes and support groups.
  • Health and well-being programs.
  • Basic Food.
  • Apple Health.
  • Child growth screening and assessments.
  • Domestic violence intervention.
  • Financial.
  • Behavioral health.
  • Immunizations.
  • Legal aid.
  • Social connections improvement.
  • College and career education.
  • Washington Connections.