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Pierce Co. Library ONLINE

When actual library locations are closed, your student can still check out books online to read on their Ipad.  Visit the Pierce County library website for both audio books and ebooks.

 Falcon Assistance

Please contact Mr. Rogen or Mrs. Zarling to get help for the following things:

  • FOOD BACKPACKS- Food is available weekly for students and their families who need food assistance. 

  • SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

  •  ASB CARD - you need an ASB card for band/choir/orchestra or to play a sport.

  • IPAD INSURANCE. - All forms must be filled out online before we will pay the fee and the student can get his/her device.

  • CARE CLOSET - we have limited clothing and hygiene products available for our students. 

  • SPORTS FEES AND EQUIPTMENT/CLOTHING

General Support

Washington State Information Network 2-1-1

https://win211.org/

Online access to community resources in WA state for all ages. 

Catholic Community Services

https://ccsww.org/

(253) 383-3697

Food Assistance

Power Packs

We have food backpacks to help your family in times of need.  Contact Mr. Rogen or Mrs. Zarling for more information

Spanaway Food Bank

16001 A St Spanaway 98387

(253) 383-1817

  • Open M/W/F - 1-2pm
  • bring ID for each member recieving food

Graham/South Hill FISH

10425 - 187th St E Puyallup, 98374

(253) 846-3805

  • Walk in M/F - 10am-1:30pm and Wed 2-6pm
  • bring photo ID and proof of address

 Housing

Associated Ministries

https://associatedministries.org/

(253) 682-3401

Helps those who are in a housing crisis or homeless.

AM ALSO HAS AN EXTENSIVE RESOURCE GUIDE ONLINE FOR SUPPORT SERVICES OF EVERY TYPE 

 Household Needs

Low Cost Internet

Internet Essentials - https://www.internetessentials.com/

Free Cell Phone 

PC Lifeline - https://www.co.pierce.wa.us/3499/Cellphone-Lifeline-Program

Utilities

Energy Assitance Program - https://www.co.pierce.wa.us/1280/Energy-Assistance

Clothing

Wear it Out

(253) 686-0252

Gently used clothing

215 166th St. S, Spanaway 98387

  • Open Saturdays - 10am-3pm

 Education

 College Bound Scholarship

https://www.wsac.wa.gov/college-bound 

7th and 8th graders, sign up today! The College Bound Scholarship program is an early commitment of state financial aid to eligible students who sign up in middle school and fulfill the scholarship pledge.  For more information about eligibility requirements, please visit their website or contact your child's assigned counselor.

 Tutoring

Homework Assistance Program at Holy Disciples Church (MUST PRE-REGISTER - NOT DROP IN)  

https://www.holydisciples.org/100

Current and former teachers offer free tutoring for K-12 students in all subject areas.  You do not have to be a member or the church to come.

  • Mondays - 6:30 - 8pm
  • Wednesdays - 4 - 5:30pm

Mental Health

Greater Lakes Mental Health 

http://www.glmhc.org/

(253) 583- 7020

GL provides mental health services to those who have Medicare or Medicaid.  Frontier has an onsite provider that comes in once a week to meet with students and service their mental health needs.  **If you require immediate assistance because you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1**     

Alcohol & Drugs

STOP (Social Treatment Opportuntiy Programs)

https://www.stopwa.com/

Drug and alcohol evaluations and support.  Also other support groups, such as domestic violence and anger management 

LGBTQ Support/Programs

PRISM 

https://www.facebook.com/puyallupprism

(253) 328-3996

A place for LGBTQ youth to meet new people, socialize, get support, and discuss important life issues. Weekly groups in Eatonville and Puyallup. 

 

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Greater Lakes Mental Health..........................................................(253) 581-7020

Domestic Violence Hotline .........................................................1 (800) 799-7233

DSHS .....................................................................................1 (877) 980-9220

Sexual Assault Crisis Center ......................................................1 (800) 756-7273

Emergency Food Network .............................................................(253) 584-1040

CPS ........................................................................................1 (888) 713-6155

       after 4:30pm ....................................................................1 (800) 562-5624

Police (non emergency) .........................................................(253) 798-4721 (#1)

Crisis Text Line .....................................................................Text HEAL to 741741

Suicide Prevention ................................................................... 1 (800) 273-8255

 Transgender Suicide Hotline ..................................................... 1 (877) 656-8860