MDC manages a continuum of affordable rental units in Pierce County for qualified low-income residents. Options include single family homes, duplexes, shared housing, and multi-family. Please call for information and availability.
If you are seeking rental assistance, please call 211 to see what might be currently available in Tacoma and Pierce County.
Short-term Housing: Housing for homeless families with tailored case management services aimed at decreasing barriers to housing.
Permanent Supportive Housing: Housing for individuals who are chemically dependent or have mental or physical disabilities.
Housing First: Permanent Supportive Housing for individuals who are chronically homeless.
Affordable Housing: Affordable rental housing to those earning less than 60% of Area Median Income (AMI).
The MDC Housing programs listed below must have a referral from Coordinated Entry:
Coordinated Entry Phone: 211
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: (253) 597-6728
Fax: (253) 597-4405
Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed Weekends and Holidays
Randall Townsend is a 35-unit apartment building where we provide permanent supportive housing services to individuals who have been chronically homeless and living with a disability. Our goal is to safely accommodate the medical, behavioral and social health needs of these tenants; with a focus on helping households maintain housing stability with the option of moving to permanent housing as quickly as possible, if desired.
Pacific Courtyard is a 46-unit apartment complex where we provide a mix of affordable and project based voucher housing to individuals and families. This community includes 8 units reserved for veterans, 23 units for households that are experiencing homelessness, and a large number of children. All tenants have income below 50% of AMI.
Campbell Court is a 2-story building of 11 furnished studio apartments for individuals who are homeless and living with a mental illness, provided through a partnership with the Tacoma Housing Authority’s “Property-Based Housing Voucher Program”. All tenants have income below 30% of AMI. MDC provides an on-site property managers and supportive services to eligible tenants.
To qualify for this program, the client must be between the ages of 18 and 24 years old, chronically homeless and a documented disability, and able to provide documentation, such as from a shelter or other homeless outreach program. The complex is on the third floor of our administrative building and has elevator access to the floor. 15 studio apartments, furnished with a captain’s bed with four drawers, table, two chairs, stove, and refrigerator. Laundry service is available onsite. All utilities are included with rent. This is non-time limited housing.