In order to do our part to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus, PCAF offices are closed until further notice. All of our staff are working from home and checking email and voicemail regularly. We will continue to serve clients and conduct business via phone, email, and video conference during regular business hours, 9 am – 5 pm Monday – Friday.… Read more →
Para hacer nuestra parte para ayudar a frenar la propagación del Coronavirus, las oficinas de PCAF están cerradas hasta nuevo aviso. Todo nuestro personal va trabajar desde sus casas y van a revisar sus correo electrónicos y el correo de voz regularmente. Continuaremos atendiendo a los clientes y realizando negocios por teléfono, correo electrónico y videoconferencia durante el horario comercial habitual, de 9 am a 5 pm, de lunes a viernes.… Read more →
Join PCAF and the Tacoma-Pierce County Department of Health as we celebrate Tacoma Pride with a FREE drive-through HIV testing and Hepatitis A vaccination event. Call 253-597-4803 to reserve your spot.… Read more →
As I reach out to you at this time, I want you to know that all of us at PCAF share a deep care for you and your loved ones. You are in our minds and hearts. We find ourselves in uncertain times, yet one thing is certain, we are a community that will come together to support each other now, as we have in the past.
While this pandemic is new, many of us have been through similar experiences and emotions as we watched loved ones die in the early days of the AIDS crisis.… Read more →
-FOR PCAF CLIENTS ONLY-
PCAF is currently modifying our support groups to maintain safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have attended our support groups or are interested in joining as a current client, please help answer a few questions so that our facilitators can receive some feedback. … Read more →
PCAF lights our candle of remembrance today to honor and remember members of our local community who died under mysterious circumstances or were murdered at the hands of police: Manuel Ellis (Tacoma), Yvonne McDonald (Olympia), and Jackie Salyers (Tacoma). We also want to remember the countless others whose names we don’t know and whose stories did not receive media attention.… Read more →