Elder Care Servies Serving Spanaway, WA

Below is a list of caregivers in Spanaway, WA that provide elder care services.

Adult Protective Services

1949 South State Street, MS N66-2
Tacoma, WA 98405
APS protects vulnerable adults by investigating allegations of abuse, neglect, abandonment, and financial exploitation when the person lives in their own home. APS conducts an investigation at no charge and without regard to the income of the alleged victim. Some protective services may be provided without cost. Abuse can take many forms. Unfortunately, most instances of elder abuse come from trusted individuals such as adult children, other family members and paid or unpaid caregivers.

Aging & Disability Resources (Pierce County)

1305 Tacoma Ave. South, Suite 104
Tacoma, WA 98402
Pierce County Aging and Disability Resources (ADR) is one of thirteen designated Area Agencies on Aging in Washington State.It is our job to speak for the rights of elders, and to plan and manage long-term care programs that help older and disabled people to remain secure and independent.

Community Health Care

101 East 26th Street
Tacoma, WA 98421
Community Health Care provides care to those with or without insurance in the greater Tacoma and Pierce County area. We provide family practice care for your entire family. Those without insurance are treated on a sliding fee scale based on income, family size and services provided. Community Health Care provides care through a clinic system that includes eight medical and three dental clinics. In addition care is also provided through a Women's Health Clinic, a Domestic Violence Clinic, Health Care for the Homeless and Foot Care for Senior's. The medical clinics are staffed with Board Certified Family Practice Physicians, Internists, Nurse Practitioners (ARNP) and Physician Assistants (PA-C). If your needs are beyond our scope of service, a staff of Outreach Workers will help you find affordable specialty care. Dental Care is provided by Licensed Dentists and Dental Hygienists.

Northwest Justice Project

715 Tacoma Ave., S
Tacoma, WA 98402
The Northwest Justice Project (NJP) is a not-for-profit statewide organization that provides free civil legal services to low-income people from thirteen offices and two satellite locations throughout the state of Washington. Each year, NJP assists more than 18,000 people in need of critical legal assistance. Clients in need of interpreter services in order to access legal services through NJP are entitled to those services. NJP has become a pioneer in integrating new technologies into the delivery of legal services. NJP operates a toll free intake and referral system called CLEAR (Coordinated Legal Education Advice and Referral), which serves as a critical point of access for clients throughout the state to obtain free legal help, including advice, brief legal service, and, where available, a referral for further representation. In addition, CLEAR maintains an extensive library of legal resources and self-help materials which are provided to callers as appropriate.

Pierce County Long Term Care Ombudsman Program

3580 Pacific Avenue South
Tacoma, WA 98418
Volunteers advocate for the rights of residents. They do this by receiving, investigating and resolving concerns of residents (and/or their family members) about quality of care. They are also concerned with monitoring appropriate laws, regulations, and policies affecting long term care residents. Volunteers can provide information to the public. Ombudsman volunteers seek to help resolve problems before they escalate into more serious problems. They can provide information, guidance and feedback to residents, family members and residence staff.

Puyallup Tribal Health Authority

2209 E. 32nd Street
Tacoma, WA 98404

Quinault Indian Nation-Senior Program Manager

PO Box 189
1214 Aalis Drive
Taholah, WA 98587

South Sound Outreach Services

1106 Martin Luther King Jr., Way
Tacoma, WA 98405
South Sound Outreach Service provides outreach services to low-income seniors, disabled, and other similarly situated individuals. We connect individuals with existing programs they may need and we offer applications and assistance. Outreach is essential to many individuals and families that are not able to connect with available programs because of a wide-variety of physical, mental, and emotional reasons. SSOS is centrally located in the Upper Tacoma Area and provides outreach services by going to senior centers, meal sites, food banks and individual's homes to connect clients with programs that significantly improve the quality of their lives. SSOS has a staff of four full-time employees and a governing board of six.

Washington Aging & Disability Services Administration

640 Woodland Square Loop S.E.
PO Box 45600, Olympia, WA 98504
Lacey, WA 98503
Administers service programs for in-home, community and residential LTC for seniors and persons w/ disabilities, including persons with developmental disabilities.