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June 2018

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Please join us in recognizing Gun Violence Awareness Day on Saturday, June 2nd

Our RAIN (Rising Above the INfluence) Team recently partnered with the local chapter of Mothers Against Gun Violence and the City of Tacoma to proclaim Saturday, June 2nd, 2018 as Gun Violence Awareness Day in Tacoma.

June 1st through June 3rd is National Gun Violence Awareness weekend. Please consider joining us in wearing orange in honor of the victims and survivors of gun violence.

Share a photo of yourself wearing orange on social media with the hashtag #WearOrange and click here to learn more about the movement! 

 

May 2018

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Our MCIRT Team is  doing great work in  Pierce County!

 

 

march 2018

According to a study commissioned by the Pierce County Council, 19% of people in the county are suffering from some kind of mental illness.

King 5 News / Read Full Article


march 2018

Dammeier pointed out that last year the same 22 people with behavioral health needs made more than 100 calls per month to 911. "Once we started the MCIRT, these calls dropped to about 40 a month - a 60% reduction," Dammeier said. "This represents a massive savings of time for our first responders and more appropriate care for the callers."

Pierce County / Read Full Article


march 2018

Genoa Pharmacy grand opening at our downtown Tacoma location!

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January 2018

We would like to spotlight a partner of ours, Comprehensive Life Resources. They are committed to a holistic approach and philosophy that considers and embraces the whole person.

DSHS Winter 2017 Newsletter / Read Full Article

 

 

December 2017

Scattered across Pierce County, and every corner of America, are people who fall through safety nets for the elderly, disabled, and those suffering from mental illness.

KNKX / Read Full Article

 

 

December 2017

Thank you to our friends at TPU! We are forever grateful for your kindness and generosity.


November 2017

The Tacoma Gang Reduction Project has undergone a transformation - including a new name, an expanded model, and an increase in community engagement.

Tacoma Report / Video


October 2017

The Mobile Community Intervention Response Team works to connect people with mental health services.

King 5 News / Read Full Article


september 2017

With so much data, CLR can analyze it to find trends and patterns in where homeless activity takes place, how homelessness changes during different seasons, and how demographics factor in.

ARC News / Highlight / Read Full Article


October 2015

The program has reached out to over 1,000 businesses since it began.

Tacoma Report / Video