As part of the local My Brother's Keeper initiative, students receive mentoring from men of color to help provide a safe and supportive community for boys of color, where they feel valued and have clear pathways to opportunity.
In partnership with Sisterhood in the City, students receive mentoring from women to empower young (middle and high school age) girls of color to succeed as productive citizens, both scholastically and in all aspects of their personal life.
The Academy offers quarterly evening classes to help adult job seekers create a comprehensive career plan, receive expert advice from a career coach, and the opportunity to network with industry leaders in a client-led, strength-based approach.
The Center helps to improve and protect the economic security of African-Americans in the Tacoma Pierce County area by enhancing asset-building services, improving policy advocacy, and increasing leadership capacity.
When you’re on top of your money, life is good. Workshops help participants increase their financial well-being, receive easy to use budgeting tools, and tips on improving your credit. Personalized free credit consultations available on request.
Our Home Ownership Program helps community members achieve and sustain successful home ownership through a variety of classes, workshops, one-to-one coaching and support. Classes are held every 2nd Saturday at Tacoma Urban League, 10AM-3PM.
Designed for families with children ages 0-12 years, this program helps parents learn positive parenting approaches. You can choose home visiting services, online, or to attend a support group. 253.383.2007
Join us bi-weekly for a healthy snack & social support to women of color, their infants, & families. Our group meets 1st & 3rd Thursdays. Chelsea Lawyer, Support Group Lead 253.798.4569
All birthing people to have a safe and memorable birthing experience.
Connect with Vanessa Bussell, a doula, childbirth educator, and breastfeeding peer counselor. vanessasbutterflybirth.com/