MDC’s Recovery Services can help you overcome addiction
MDC Board looking for additional members
MDC continues to adhere to the COVID-19 health protocols required by the Centers for Disease Control, the Washington State Department of Health, and the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, and we track the latest developments related to new virus variants and take measures to protect the health and safety of our staff and clients. Read more about MDC’s response to COVID-19.
For more information about COVID-19 in Pierce County, please visit the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department’s website.
Eviction prevention in Pierce County
You learn about eviction prevention resources in Pierce County by using the links below:
Rental Assistance Resources:
- Pierce County Rental Assistance – https://www.piercecountywa.gov/7142/Rental-Assistance
- Center for Dialog and Resolution – https://centerforresolution.org
Phone: (253) 572-3657
- TacomaProBono – https://tacomaprobono.org
Phone: (253) 572-5134 ext. 102
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MDC has rental assistance available right now for those living within the Tacoma city limits who could use help catching up with their rent during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit the Energy Assistance page to see if you qualify!
To give hope in times of crisis, care in times of need, and guidance in times of opportunity.
MDC offers behavioral health services for economically disadvantaged and homeless members of our community. Our substance abuse treatment and dual disorder counseling services are available on a sliding payment scale for everyone.
MDC owns and manages 300 units of housing for homeless and low-income families and individuals, with three housing service models offered throughout Pierce County.
MDC Education programs help students from low-income, first-generation families graduate high school and prepare for college.
MDC offers access to Adult Education and Employment resources, to help individuals build assets and find a path to independence.
As community members, we all recognize the imperative for people’s basic human needs to be met — housing, food, clothing, belonging, identity, and safety. We