Summer Quarter is Online. Starts June 29.

TCC staff and faculty are here to help you remotely. Campus buildings are closed. 

Coronavirus Resources

Find community resources to help families through the coronavirus outbreak.  

Community Resources 

From the federal government to your local food bank, there are many resources to help families get through this challenging time.

Is there a centralized location where I can find local resources? 

Graduate Tacoma and The Tacoma Urban League have partnered to build a directory of local resources, from drive-up school meal sites to basic needs relief to remote learning tools. Visit the Tacoma COVID-19 Resources site to search for Tacoma-area resources.  

Where can I get the financial help I need for my family or my small business? 

Where can I get help with food?

Are the busses still running? 

  • Pierce Transit has cut back on its routes due to reduced ridership, but all busses that are still running are currently free of charge. Please use the back entrance to promote social distancing measures. Find Pierce Transit bus routes

 Where can I find information about schools and childcare? 

How can I keep my kids learning while the schools are closed? 

What if my home isn't a safe place for me or my kids? 

How can I help my community? 

  • There is a great need for blood donations right now, but donations must be pre-scheduled. Schedule a blood donation
  • The Nourish Pierce County food truck that visits TCC on Tuesday nights relies on volunteers. Contact bmclean@tacomacc.edu to volunteer. 
  • The TCC Emergency Fund provides TCC students with short-term assistance when they encounter issues that might cause them to drop out of school. You can donate through the TCC Foundation.  

How can I find mental health resources?  

IDMH COVID19 Community Stress Management Tip Sheet

WA State Coronavirus Response

Coping with Covid-19 Related Grief

How to Respond to COVID-19 Racism

Helpful tips if you already struggled with mental health issues before the pandemic:

How to cope with uncertainty –  American Foundation of Suicide Prevention

How to manage anxiety and isolation during quarantine

Useful strategies to manage anxiety and loneliness when practicing social distancing

National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) COVID-19 Resource Guide

Tips for Parents

The Pacific Anxiety Group (PAG) is pleased to provide a free, online support group for anyone looking to connect and support one another as we navigate life in this new era of COVID-19.

www.pacificanxietygroup.com

https://www.pacificanxietygroup.com/grouptreatment