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We can't do it without you!

Last year, nearly 2,500 individuals participated in programs and services


Our Mission:

Tacoma Area Coalition of Individuals with Disabilities' (TACID) mission is to promote the independence of individuals with disabilities through peer support, advocacy, and self-sufficiency programs.

Vision

TACID empowers people with disabilities to utilize their strengths and abilities to create and enhance the lives they choose through programs, community, and volunteering.

Goals

  • Diversify funding to stabilize TACID
  • Refresh facilities and replace equipment and supplies
  • Increase staff
  • Develop requested programs

Volunteering

There are a number of volunteer’s opportunities to support the work of TACID. We are able to provide the wide range of activities, groups, workshops, and day to day care because of our volunteers. Consider taking time to share your gifts and talents with us.

More About us

Below is a video of an interview with several of our TACID staff members on City Line. It will help you know more about TACID.

We Need

Volunteers:

Do you have time to share, a special skill or talent, or a desire to make a difference? If so please contact us to see if we have a good fit for you.

Volunteer

Successful Stories:

"The people of TACID are warm, open and helpful. Since most have experienced something similar to what I am going through, I feel little judgment and I know they understand"
- Jill

"The support is very friendly here. I love that I can talk to people about how I really think about things."
- Frank

Our Programs

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Wellness & Peer Support

TACID offers Peer Support Groups focused on wellness and recovery for people living with challenging conditions.

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Behavioral Health Ombuds

Service for Pierce County are available at TACID and assists individuals who are enrolled in Medicaid-funded behavioral health services.

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Information & Referral Services

These services provide in-depth information about community resources to people with disabilities, their family members, friends and providers.