Welcome to TACID!
Tacoma Area Coalition of Individuals with Disabilities (TACID) is a community center that serves adults (18+) who are experiencing physical, sensory, cognitive, developmental, and behavioral health disabilities and challenges. We offer services at our facility AND online on Zoom.
All services at TACID are free of charge!
Promoting the wellness, recovery and resilience of adults experiencing disabilities in Pierce County.
Who We Are
How We Help
We are a peer-led and directed nonprofit organization. If you or a family member are living with a challenge or disability and are looking for a place to find support and make connections, contact us!
At TACID, we focus on wellness and recovery instead of disability or diagnosis. Each person is the director of their own wellness and recovery process. We help by offering free services and supportive community for exploration, fun and understanding.
We offer peer support groups, wellness activities and comprehensive Information and Referrals. We also provide inclusive recreation in our Drop-in Dayroom (Monday through Friday 10AM-2PM). All of our services are free of charge!
The Journey of Wellness and Recovery
The journey of wellness and recovery is personal and means something different to every individual. We offer a variety of groups and activities where you can explore your personal recovery journey in a safe and confidential environment. All these opportunities are provided by peers who are walking a similar path. Together, we can connect and heal.
You’re welcome to attend in-person peer support groups and activities at our facility OR participate in online peer support on Zoom. We don’t require a full intake to access services at our facility—just stop at the front desk and pick-up a short intake form to verify your age and residence. After the group or activity, we ask that you share additional information about yourself. Intakes for participation in online peer support groups on Zoom can be done by phone or email.
TACID provides opportunities and resources for adults who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized, including those experiencing disabilities and members of other minority groups.
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