This 12-week program was developed to help middle and high school students gain the skills and confidence to be successful in school, building their careers, and in life.
The one-hour virtual sessions are held every other Saturday beginning April 2, 2022. Each session is led by volunteer mentors AND emerging youth leaders from the group.
Youth participants that refer their classmates, family, and friends will receive $25 for each referral AFTER you and your referrals have attended three sessions. Click the button below for more information or download the enrollment form and return it by Friday, March 31, 2022.
The Tacoma Ministerial Alliance and Catholic Community Services are working together to provide homeless intervention services to African American families within the Greater Pierce County Area with statistics show African Americans make up approximately 10% of the County's population, but make up over 30% of the homeless population.
Individuals experiencing homeless and/or are fleeing from domestic violence situations, please call:
(253) 343-8351 or (253) 365-1069 or (253) 448-0222
The Tacoma Ministerial Alliance, in partnership with the Washington Youth & Families, have implemented a comprehensive and supportive system of services for African American families at risk of becoming homeless. We have a quality, supportive staff that will work with you and your family on a continuous basis to help identify your needs and access appropriate services.
Call our Program Navigators at
The Tacoma Ministerial Alliance, in partnership with the Pierce County Health and Human Services, implemented a program to serve community members at risk of eviction due to COVID 19.