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Pierce County Aging & Disability Resources: Aging & Disability Resource Center

1305 Tacoma Ave S Ste 104
Tacoma, WA 98402-1903
(253) 798-4600
Fax: (253) 798-2839
Services Offered:
Area Agency on Aging, Aging and Disability Resource Center, Social Worker
Pierce County Aging & Disability Resources: Aging & Disability Resource Center serves Tacoma, WA
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  • Description
    About My Business
    The Pierce County Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is a first stop for older adults and individuals with disabilities of all ages, family members, caregivers, service providers and community professionals. Our focus is on helping individuals remain safe and independent in their own homes in the community as long as is practical. We are a confidential resource for information, assistance and referral as well as a 'front door' for a wide range of services for older adults and individuals with disabilities.
    About My Services
    •Family Caregiver Support Program
    •Long Term Care Ombudsman Program
    •Memory Care and Wellness Services
    •Living Well with Chronic Conditions
    •Veterans Directed Home and Community Based Services
    •Care Transition Services (Hospital-to-Home)
    •Aging and Disabilities Case Management
    Languages Spoken by Staff
    Hours of Service
    Call the Pierce County ADRC to find out more

    (253) 798-4600
    (800) 562-0332

    Monday - Friday; 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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