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  2. a Home Care Solution Inc.360 307-8438Catholic Community Services360 792-2066800 642-8019Care Plus360 373-8016866 646-4381Comfort Keepers360 698-5533877 885-4663Home & Community Services360 473-2299800 422-71144710 Auto Center Blvd Bremerton 98312Home Instead360 782-4663HomeHelpers Home Care360 377-5511800 378-5771Housing Resources Board206 842-1909206 842-2041Kitsap Home Care Services360 377-7307888 449-9048Life Care Connections360 627-8264Martha & Mary AT HOME360 871-4425206 842-4527877 266-28562497 Bethel Rd SE Ste 101 Port Orchard 98366403 Madison Av N Ste 240 Bainbridge Island 98110The Personal Touch360 895-3980Senior Information & Assistance360 337-5700800 562-6418Visiting Angels360 602-0609206 408-7433Volunteer Chore Services360 405-0072866 246-3642
  3. Franciscan Hospice & Palliative Care866 969-7028451 SW Sedgwick Rd Ste 110 Port Orchard 98367Group Health Hospice (8:00-5:00)206 326-4530Group Health Hospice (5:00-8:00)800 254-76861708 S Yakima Av 1st flr Tacoma 98405Hospice of Kitsap County360 698-46113100 Bucklin Hill Rd Ste 201 Silverdale 98383Martha & Mary Health Services360 779-750019160 Front St Northeast Poulsbo 98370
  4. West Sound Free ClinicSt Vincent De Paul Assistance Office1137 N. Callow Ave Bremerton, WA 98312360-479-7017 Ext #2Every 4th Thursday 1PM-4PMEvery 2nd Monday Evening 5PM-7PMHarrison Medical Center360 377-3911- Bremerton360 744-8800 – Silverdale360 744-6211 – TTY/TTD Speech / Hearing Impaired2520 Cherry Av Bremerton 983101800 NW Myhre Rd Silverdale 98383Harrison Medical Center CardioPulmonary Rehabilitation360 792-67102501 Cherry Ave Ste 111 Bremerton 98310Harrison Medical Center, Primary Care360 277-295021 NE Romance Hill Rd Belfair 98528Harrison Medical Center, Urgent Care360 277-297521 NE Romance Hill Rd Belfair 98528Harrison Medical Center, Primary Care360 744-6250450 S Kitsap Blvd Port Orchard 98366Harrison Medical Center, Urgent Care360 744-6275450 S Kitsap Blvd Port Orchard 98366Naval Hospital360 475-4000800 422-1383Naval Hospital Emergency Dept360 475-4287Dept D1 Boone Rd Bremerton 98312Peninsula Community Health Services360 377-3776616 6th St Bremerton 98337Peninsula Community Health Services360 876-72151950 Pottery Av Ste 30 Port Orchard 98366Peninsula Community Health Services360 779-196319045 Hwy 305 Plaza 305 Ste 180 Poulsbo 98370Virginia Mason — Winslow Clinic206 842-5632360 779-7004380 Winslow Wy E Bainbridge Island 98110
  5. Basic Health Plan (Applicant Information)800 826-2444Basic Health Plan (Member customer service)800 660-9840Bremerton Community Services (DSHS)360 473-2200800 338-74104710 Auto Center Blvd Bremerton 98312Medicaid Options General Information Hotline800 562-3022Medicare Part A Information425 670-1010Medicare Part B Information & Information Hotline800 633-4227Qualis Health (Medicare Beneficiaries)206 364-9700SHIBA800 397-4422Social Security Administration National Office800 772-1213Washington State Insurance Commissioner800 562-6900
  6. KARE — Kitsap Alliance of Resources for Elders360 394-KAREJeff Day, PT — Kitsap Physical Therapy & Sports Clinics360 598-3764Randy E. Hardin, Martha & Mary AT HOME360 692-6929206 842-4527Debra Jamerson, RN, BSN — Haven in Allyn Assisted Living360 277-0636360 621-1110Jason Parker, CSA, CRFA — Parker Financial360 337-2701Mary Rockwell — Long Term Care Insurance Specialist360 649-5413360 265-4111Richard C. Tizzano, PS, CSA — Estate Planning360 697-7132
  7. Bainbridge206 842-41621270 Madison Av N Bainbridge Island 98110Downtown Bremerton360 377-3955612 5th St Bremerton 98337Kingston Library360 297-333011212 Hwy 104 Kingston 98346Kitsap Library Telephone Reference360 405-9100877 883-9900Little Boston360 297-267031986 Little Boston Rd Kingston 98346Manchester360 871-39218067 E Main St Manchester 98353Outreach Bookmobile for Homebound360 405-9123Port Orchard360 876-222487 Sidney Av Port Orchard 98366Poulsbo360 779-2915700 NE Lincoln Rd 98370Silverdale206 692-27793450 NW Carlton St 98383Sylvan Way Library360 405-91001301 Sylvan Wy Bremerton 98310
  8. Airgas Sales & Service360 373-2579800 910-2579912 National Av S Bremerton WA 98312Apria Homecare360 479-6786800 446-14475299 Hwy 303 NE Bremerton 98311Farrell’s Home Health360 377-0164800 233-62652326 Wheaton Wy Bremerton 98310Hangar Prosthetics360 478-2087888 880-69762500 Cherry Av Ste 102 Bremerton 98310Lincare360 792-9414800 925-6404115 National Av Bremerton 98312Mediquip Services360 479-8811800 542-57752329 Wheaton Wy Bremerton 98310STAT Medical360 792-2695732 Lebo Blvd Bremerton 98310Tim’s Home Medical Supplies360 782-1922199 Dora Av W Bremerton 98312Walgreen’s Infusion & Respiratory360 377-3813800 576-04425885 State Hwy 303 NE Bremerton 98311Wheelchair Library360 479-4535
  9. Crisis Clinic of the Peninsula 24 hrs.360-479-3033800-843-4793 Crisis Response Team 24 hrs.360-373-3425 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline & Depression is Real Coalition 800-784-2433www.depressionisreal.com Kitsap Mental Health Services 360-405-40101st appointment and information Catholic Community Services Counseling services, sliding-fee scale360-405-9486 Eagles Wing Counseling Free if you volunteer your time in the community in exchange for counseling National Alliance for the Mentally Ill NAMI Support for consumers, family and friends360-415-5800 Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Anxiety and Depression Association of America National Eating Disorders Association Helpline 800-931-2237 For Seniors Adult Protective Services, if living in a facility800 562-6078Adult Protective Services, if living at home 800 487-0416Bridges Mental Health Ombudsman Service888 377-8174Crisis Line/Clinic360 479-3033 or 800 843-4793Helpline House, Bainbridge206 842-7621 Nearby Counties Peninsula Behavioral Health Port Angeles and Clallam County 360-457-0431 Jefferson Mental Health Services Port Townsend and Jefferson County 360-385-0321 Comprehensive Mental Health Gig Harbor and Pierce County 253-396-5000 Behavioral Health Resources Belfair and Mason County 800-825-4820
  10. Bainbridge Island: Ray Williamson Pool, Madison & High School Roads, (260) 842-2302Bremerton: Glenn Jarstad Aquatic Center, 50 Magnuson Way, (360) 478-5376. Very large pool, birthday party area, slides. Heavily chlorinated. Lifeguard was less than friendly (dare I say "power hungry tyrant"?) on our last visit.NAVSTA Bremerton Concourse West, (360) 476-9476. Military ID required. This is where we usually swim. Too much chlorine in the water, but it's safe, not crowded, and most of the lifeguards are great. Pool toys, a jacuzzi for the adults, and a family changing room are all great plusses.Olympic Aquatic Center, 7070 Stampede Blvd, (360) 692-3192Port Orchard: South Kitsap (High School) Pool, 425 Mitchell, (360) 876-7385.Poulsbo: North Kitsap Community Pool, 1881 NE Hostmark Street, (360) 779-3790Silverdale: SUBASE Bangor, (360) 535-5941. Must have valid military ID, plus picture ID for all occupants of vehicle. Separate high dive pool. Larger pool than PSNS. Only drawback is that there's no family dressing room, and boys 10 or older must use the men's dressing room alone, ("Mom, there were some really immodest men in there!" ~Elisha :-O) and they won't let them get in any other way.
  11. CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES-Long Term Care (360) 792-2066 or (800) 642-8019Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30Provides help with meals, laundry, housework, shopping, dressing, etc., to elderly and disabled people.Will remodel homes to be handicap accessible. Also provides long term care Adult Family Homes DSHS Adult Family Home Locator360 473-2299 or 800 422-7114Senior Information & Assistance360 337-5700 or 800 562-6418 Alzheimer’s or Dementia Care Facilities Ashley Gardens of Cascades of Bremerton Campus360 478-72773231 Pine Rd Bremerton 98310Clare Bridge at Shoreline View Alzheimer’s Care253 858-77909324 N Harborview Dr Gig Harbor 98332Claremont East Retirement Apartments360 377-17172707 Clare Av Bremerton 98310Emeritus at Silverdale360 697-44881501 Tower View Circle NW Silverdale 98383Harbor House Alzheimer’s Facility360 779-553319360 Viking Av NW Poulsbo 98370Haven Crest360 598-95221250 Lincoln Rd NE Poulsbo 98370Madrona House 206 842-25008800 N Madison Av Bainbridge Island 98110Marine Courte360 373-8551966 Oyster Bay Ct Bremerton 98310Martha & Mary Health Center360 779-750019160 Front St NE Poulsbo 98370Messenger House Care Center206 842-265410861 Manitou Pk Blvd NE Bainbridge Island 98110Olympic Alzheimer’s Residence253 851-53063025 14th Av NW Gig Harbor 98335Orchard Pointe Memory Care Community360 874-7400300 S Kitsap Blvd Port Orchard 98366 Assisted Living Facilities Assisted Living Facilities provide personal care assistance and support for seniors who do not require skilled nursing care.Albright House360 373-05533210 Rickey Rd Bremerton 98310Cypress Gardens360 479-41303500 Ninth St Bremerton 98312Liberty Shores / Harbor House360 779-553319360 Viking Av NW Poulsbo 98370Madison Avenue House206 842-3694285 Madison Av S Bainbridge Island 98110Madrona House206 842-25008800 N Madison Av Bainbridge Island 98110Park Vista360 871-23232944 SE Lund Av Port Orchard 98366Stafford Suites360 874-12121761 Pottery Av Port Orchard 98366Sydney House360 876-0980155 W Lippert Dr Port Orchard 98366 Retirement & Life-Care Communities Bay Pointe360 373-9904966 Oyster Bay Ct Bremerton 98312Bay Vista Commons360 377-8300191 Russell Rd Bremerton 98312Canterbury Manor360 377-0113703 Callahan Dr Bremerton 98310Claremont East360 377-17172707 Clare Av Bremerton 98310Clearbrook Inn360 692-12282295 Schold Pl NW Silverdale 98383Country Meadows360 692-448012169 Country Meadows Ln NW Silverdale 98362Crista Shores360 613-3502 or 800 722-41351600 Crista Shores Ln Silverdale 98383Emeritus at Montclair Park360 697-22231250 NE Lincoln Rd Poulsbo 98370Liberty Shores / Harbor House360 779-553319360 Viking Av NW Poulsbo 98370Madison Avenue Retirement Center206 842-3694285 Madison Av S Bainbridge Island 98110Park Vista360 871-23232944 SE Lund Av Port Orchard 98366Retsil Veterans’ Home360 895-47001141 Beach Dr E Port Orchard 98366Stafford Suites360 874-12121761 Pottery Av Port Orchard 98366Vintage at Bremerton360 479-83001717 Sheridan Rd Bremerton 98310Vintage at Silverdale360 308-96003291 NW Mt Vintage Wy Silverdale 98383The Willows of Cascades of Bremerton Campus360 479-85223201 Pine Rd NE Bremerton 98310Winslow Manor206 842-3711234 Wood Av SW Bainbridge Island 98110 Skilled Nursing Facilities Skilled Nursing Facilities (Nursing Homes) are the most comprehensive level of residential care offering 24-hour care for complex medical needs.Bremerton Health & Rehabilitation Center360 377-39512701 Clare Av Bremerton 98310Forest Ridge Health & Rehabilitation Center360 479-4747140 S Marion Av Bremerton 98312Island Health & Rehabilitation Center206 842-4765835 Madison Av N Bainbridge Island 98110Life Care Center of Port Orchard360 876-80352031 Pottery Av Port Orchard 98366Martha & Mary Health Center360 779-750019160 Front St NE Poulsbo 98370Messenger House Care Center206 842-265410861 Manitou Pk Blvd NE Bainbridge Island 98110Northwoods Lodge360 698-39302321 Schold Pl NW Silverdale 98383Stafford Healthcare at Belmont360 479-1515560 Lebo Blvd Bremerton 98310Stafford Healthcare at Ridgemont360 876-44612051 Pottery Av Port Orchard 98366
  12. Respite care workers provide relief for unpaid caregivers, as well as supervision, companionship and personal care services.Comfort Keepers360 373-5678 or 877 885-4663Division of Aging & Long Term Care360 337-5700 or 800 562-6418Martha & Mary At Home360 307-8438 or 877 266-2856The Personal Touch360 895-3980Stafford Suites360 874-1212Visiting Angels360 602-0609 or 206 408-7433
  13. Bainbridge Island Senior Community Center206 842-1616370 Brien Dr Bainbridge Island 98110Bremerton Senior Center360 473-53571140 Nipsic Av Bremerton 98310Elder Lodge360 598-6883Givens Senior Center360 337-57341026 Sidney Av Port Orchard 98366Kitsap Retired School Employees360 871-2415 or 360 871-2263National Active & Retired Federal Employee Association800 627-3394North Kitsap Senior Center360 779-570218972 Front St NE Poulsbo 98370
  14. County Roadwork Info KITSAP TRANSIT Website: www.kitsaptransit.orgBus system for Kitsap County. Customer Service. Bremerton and Poulsbo Office 10 Washington Ave.(360) 377-2877 or (800) 501-7433Hours: Monday-Friday 6a.m.-7p.m.Saturday & Sunday 8a.m.-4p.m. Port Orchard 85 Sidney Ave.(360) 876-7433Hours: Monday-Friday 6a.m.-4p.mClosed on Saturday & Sunday DRIVE PROGRAM – KCR – EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING Bremerton: 845 8th Street/ Port Orchard: 1211 Bay StreetBremerton: (360) 473-2117/Port Orchard: (360) 473-2144Website: www.kcr.orgThe DRIVE Program is set-up to assist low-income individuals that have a suspended driver’s license due to unpaid tickets.The program works with the individual to create a payment plan, based off of income, that is easy and manageable so the unpaid tickets can ultimately be paid off.Additionally, participation in the DRIVE Program allows individuals to get their licenses back, as long as the scheduled monthly payments are made. Please contact Jennifer Allik in Bremerton or Aura McDonald in Port Orchard for more information or visit either location to pick up an application KITSAP ACCESS (360) 479-7272 or (800) 422-2877ACCESS Reservations: Monday –Saturday 8a.m.-4p.m., Holidays usually Not service days (call to find out)Website: www.kitsaptransit.orgProvides transportation to elderly and disabled persons who are unable to use the fixed route transit system.Contact Kitsap Transit Access for eligibility application and any additional information needed. KITSAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES 1201 Park Ave.(360) 377-0053Provides gas vouchers to those that qualify. Gas must be for job related activities or medical appointments. . Must have current driver’s license, registration and Medical appointments are verified. Participants are only eligible one time in a 12 month period. PARATRANSIT 4810 Auto Center Way Suite Z(360) 377-7007 or 1-800-756-5438Hours: Monday-Friday 7-7 for scheduling 24 hr Emergency callingTransportation to and from Medicaid covered medical services to anyone who receives medical assistance through DSHS. Persons utilizing services to medical appointments are covered with a current medical coupon. Customized transportation is available as a fee-for service for anyone. SOUTH KITSAP HELPLINE-PORT ORCHARD 1351 Bay St.(360) 876-4089Will help South Kitsap residents with gas vouchers for verifiable interviews or medical appointments when funding is available. Bus passes also when available. ST VINCENT DE PAUL – BREMERTON 1137 Callow Ave.(360) 479-7017Hours: Monday-Friday 10:30-3May provide gas vouchers when funds allow. Must have current driver’s license, registration, proof of insurance and need the gas for medical emergency or job-related activity. Can only receive help one time in 12 months. Do not give out vouchers on Fridays. ST VINCENT DE PAUL-PORT ORCHARD 1209 Bay St.(360) 876-6933Assists South Kitsap residents when funding is available with vehicle gas vouchers. In order to receive gas help participant must have an emergent medical appointment or similar situation and live in South Kitsap.Amtrak800 872-7245Bainbridge Ambulance Association206 842-2676Bainbridge Island Taxi206 842-1021 or 360 697-4442Greyhound800 231-2222Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers206 842-4441Medicaid Transportation Authorization800 756-5438Olympic Ambulance360 377-7777 or 800 445-2257ParaTransit360 377-7007 or 800 756-5438Royal Taxi360 377-8294Redtop Taxi360 876-4949Sound Transit800 201-4900South Kitsap Fire & Ambulance360 871-2411Taxis & Tours (Bainbridge Island)206 842-7660Taxis & Tours (Bremerton)360 377-9393Taxis & Tours (Silverdale)360 698-7660
  15. SENIOR INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE / KITSAP DIVISION ON AGING (360) 337-5700 or (800) 562-6418Hours: Monday-Friday 9-4:30Clallam County: (800) 801-0070 Hours: Monday-Friday 9-12, 1-4pmInformation and referrals direct assistance, case management, and meals, medical, legal referrals and housing referrals for those 60+. Special assistance may be given to elders who may be victims of abuse and / or unable to care for themselves. Senior I & A can make referrals to KMHS for mental health services for geriatric clients. DIVISON OF AGING AND LONG-TERM CARE/CAREGIVER SUPPORT CENTER 9729 Silverdale Way(360) 337-5700 or (800) 562-6418Hours: Monday-Friday 9-4:30Uses state and federal funding to determine services needed and degrees of funding for programs related to problem of senior citizens. Activities include; needs assessment planning, program development, contract preparation, and program monitoring. Call for more information. Special & Miscellaneous Services Blood Pressure ChecksPeriodic blood pressure monitoring is provided by area fire departments & volunteers. For times and locations call:Bainbridge Island Fire Department206 842-7686Port Orchard Fire Department360 871-2411Poulsbo Fire Department360 779-3997 Driver License Examining 1550 NE Riddell Rd Bremerton 98310360 478-697519045 Hwy 305 NE Ste 140 Poulsbo 98370360 779-5535 Legislative Information Updates on State legislation affecting seniors.Legislative Information Hotline800 562-6000 Military Veterans & Surviving Spouses Relief Funding Help with VA and/or Soldier & Sailor Relief funding applications.American Legion Poulsbo Post 245360 491-4373 Personal Emergency Response Systems Comfort Keepers360 373-5678 or 877 885-4663Lifeline800 635-6156Martha & Mary at Home360 871-4425 Pets Licensing, animal control, adoptions, housing or relocation of dogs & cats.Kitsap County Animal Control (Humane Society)360 698-9654Permanent—one-time-fee—license for spayed or neutered dogs & cats.Kitsap County Humane Society360 692-6977 SENIOR INFORMATION (888) 435-3377This program helps you find the service that will best fit your needs. SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION 9594 Mickelberry Rd NW, Silverdale (across from Albertsons)(800) 772-1213 or (360) 692-5540Hotline open until 7p.mHours: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 9-4, Thursday 9-5:30Website: www.socialsecurity.govProvides social security cards, processes benefits for retirement, survivors and disability benefits, Medicare applications and much more. Participant should call for information on all the services offered. MEDICARE HOTLINE (800) 562-3022 or 800-633-4227Hours: Monday-Friday 7-6pmWebsite: www.medicare.govMedicare recipients can find out how to access and use Medicare benefits. This office will try to answer questions or refer to a local agency that can help. MARSHA CALDWELL CONSULTING PO BOX 340Tracyton(360) 405-1030Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5pmHelp disabled and elderly stay as independent as they can for as long as they can. They help individuals in all types of living situations. They can help with meds, wills, selling property and moving, and money management. They take private funding. COPES SERVICES-DSHS KITSAP COUNTY (800) 422-7114CLALLAM COUNTY (360) 565-2161 or (360) 374-6193Hours: Monday-Friday 8 to 5:00Copes services are available to those persons who are on Medicaid or are eligible for Medicaid. Copes worker can be a family member, anyone but the spouse. Copes workers assist the in need person with meeting their personal needs. In order for that person to stay in their home and not be placed in a nursing home. Copes worker does not have to live with the individual in need. The pay is minimal for the Copes worker. The Copes worker must meet physical and background check requirements. HOME-HELPERS/HOME CARE (LUTHERAN COMMUNIITY SERVICES) (360) 377-5511 or (800) 378-5771 (Kitsap County)Hours: Monday Friday 8-4:30Designed to provide support to older, convalescing and disabled persons of all ages who require assistance in their homes. Service available in Pierce & Thurston Counties as well. MIRACLE ON WHEELS (800) 749- 8778Website: www.durablemedical.comSome senior citizens 65 and older may qualify for a free or low-cost power wheelchair
  16. Free eye exams available to low-income persons over 65.Eye Care America800 222-3937Eye exams, glasses hearing aids & diabetes testing for low-income seniors.Sight Life Eye Bank206 682-8500 or 800 847-5786
  17. Join more than 175 volunteers delivering Meals on Wheels and staffingCongregate Mealsite locations throughout Kitsap County.Chuckwagon Senior Nutrition360 377-8511 or 888 877-8511Elder & Adult Day Services360 377-9810Franciscan Hospice and Palliative Care253 534-7050Harrison Medical Center360 744-3911Hospice of Kitsap County360 698-4611Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers of Bainbridge Island206 842-4441Kitsap County Volunteer Services360 337-4650Lutheran Community Services360 377-5511 or 800 378-5771Martha & Mary Lutheran Services360 779-7500Retired & Senior Volunteer Program360 377-5511Senior Companionship Program253 272-8433 or 800 335-8433Senior Information & Assistance provides opportunities to volunteer skills for networking senior activities and services.Senior Information & Assistance360 337-5700 or 800 562-6418Volunteer Chore Services360 405-0072 or 866 246-3642United Way Booklet of Kitsap Volunteer Opportunities360 377-8505
  18. Housing Resources Board Independent Living206 842-2041Year-round weatherization assistance for income-eligible seniors.Kitsap Community Resources360 479-1507Puget Sound Energy Efficiency Hotline800 562-1482
  19. Attorney General Consumer Protection800 551-4636Community Services Office (DSHS)360 473-2200800 338-74104710 Auto Center Blvd Bremerton 98312Consumer Counseling Northwest800 244-11833560 Bridgeport Wy W Ste 1D University Place 98466Coordinated Legal Education,Advocacy & Referral CLEAR888 387-7111Crime Victims Advocacy800 822-1067906 Columbia St Olympia 98502Columbia Legal Services Everett (no charge legal advice clinic)888 201-1014Northwest Justice Project (civil legal issues)888 387-7111Kitsap County Division of Aging & Long-Term Care360 337-5700800 562-6418Kitsap County Volunteer Attorneys (M-F,9:30-12:15; Tues,3:30-6:30)888 201-10142912 Northwest Av Bellingham 98225Senior Information & Assistance (Living Will info)360 337-5700800 562-6418Property Tax Exemption Program360 337-4904Social Security/Supplemental Security Income (SSI)360 772-1213
  20. CASA (COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES) Table of Contents See also: Financial & Legal Services for Seniors CASA (COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES) CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES COLUMBIA (LEGAL SERVICES) CLEAR (COORDINATED LEGAL EDUCATION, ADVICE & REFERRAL SYSTEM) CRIME VICTIMS COMPENSATION DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER (KITSAP) DIVISION OF CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES (MASON COUNTY) DSHS / OFFICE OF SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT / TACOMA Port Orchard(360) 337-5407Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30A service of the Juvenile Department of Kitsap County. The program arranges for an advocate to be appointed for a child to assure that the child’s best interests are served in the courts in cases of abuse, and neglect. Volunteers are trained to provide advocacy on the child’s behalf. Contact: Nancy Wilson CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE 1-800-4-A-CHILD. Information on child abuse/neglect. Participant needs to call. CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES 3423 6th St, Suite 217 Bremerton(360) 475-3688Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5Assists in the investigation of the physical, mental, emotional and incest issues and the betterment of children. COLUMBIA (LEGAL SERVICES) (206) 464-1122 statewide: (800) 542-0794Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5Website: www.columbialegal.orgA coalition of legal services providers. CLS works closely with other legal services, volunteer attorney law school clinical programs and many others throughout the state to provide a network of providers for those who cannot afford legal assistance. CLEAR (COORDINATED LEGAL EDUCATION, ADVICE & REFERRAL SYSTEM) (888) 201-1014(888) 201-9737 TTY(888) 387-7111 SeniorsFree legal assistance for low-income people with non-criminal matters. For residents of WA. CRIME VICTIMS COMPENSATION (800) 762-3716Website: www.lni.wa.gov/claimsinsurance/crimevictimsKitsap County Prosecutor’s Office. Participant needs to call. DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER (KITSAP) (360) 698-0968 or (800) 37-SOLVEHours: Monday-Friday 8:30-4:00Website: www.kitsapdrc.orgA private, nonprofit community mediation center that provides residents with options for resolving disputes themselves, out-of-court, voluntarily, nonviolently, inexpensively and within the community. For further information, call the office. DIVISION OF CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES (MASON COUNTY) (888) 283-2634 or Main (360) 432-2050Central Intake (800) 562-5424Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5Investigates complaints of neglect and abuse of children, provides protection of abused children, incest therapy, parenting skills, infant care classes, individual and family therapy. Also offers help with runaways, foster home placement, childcare referrals and more. DSHS / OFFICE OF SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT / TACOMA (800) 345-9976Website: www.childsupportpayment.dshs.wa.govThis is the number for people to call who either receive or pay support for a child living in Washington State. Call if you need help collecting support or information on how to get your payments collected by OSE, so you have a record of how much and how often you have been paid.
  21. HOME DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (360) 473-5375Hours: Monday- Friday 8-4Assists low-income families in finding and applying for home ownership. May assist with a down payment and/or rehabilitation grant towards a home. Participant must go through application process and qualify. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY 811 Veneta Ave, Bremerton; First Christian Church(360) 479-3853Hours: M-F 9-5Website: www.kitsaphabitat.orgThis is a VOLUNTEER organization located in Kitsap county. Assists qualifying low-income families in building homes. To qualify, applicants must apply and then will be screened. This process includes a credit check, work history, and meeting income guidelines. Once accepted applicants agree to meet income guidelines. Agreements are made to help build their home as well as other Habitat homes. Call the number to volunteer or apply for the program. HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF KITSAP COUNTY 5251 Auto Center Way, Bremerton(360) 479-4210Hours: M-F, 8-5Website: www.kitsaphba.comThe Home Builders Association of Kitsap County is an association of professional builders, subcontractors, service providers and purveyors representing the home building industry. The association provides, to its members and the community, information, education and services that promote the health and welfare of the home building industry. As leaders of the industry, we foster safe affordable housing and address issues affecting our industry.Visit their website to see all the different services and businesses that they have. KITSAP COUNTY CONSOLIDATED HOUSING AUTHORITY 9307 Bay Shore Dr. NW, Silverdale(360) 692-5596Hours: 8:00 - 4:30 M – FWebsite: www.kccha.comPublic housing for low-income families. Participant must apply and meet income qualifications. If found eligible, placed on a waiting list. They also offer free after-school programs for youths, free workshops for adults and offer the Self-Help Program (535-6100) and Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program (535-6131). REBUILDING TOGETHER-KITSAP COUNTY (360) 308-8783Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Website: www.rebuildingtogetherkitsap.orgThe programs designed to help low-income, elderly or disabled homeowners. Participants must own their home, be low-income, and help in the rebuilding process if physically able. Repairs for the Annual Rebuilding Day in April include yard cleanup and trash removal, home safety improvements, painting, weatherization and other repairs as needed. RT* Kitsap also offers Emergency Year-Round Services program and Home Modifications program for those low-income home-owners in need of home modifications to accommodate disability. Repairs to mobile homes are limited. For more information or to recommend a participant, please call to request an application. There are application deadlines. COUNTRYWIDE BANK (360) 779-6431 OR 1-866-779-6431Theresa Korpela (Reverse Mortgage Specialist)This program can provide a tax-free income to homeowners aged 62 and over whom own their homes free and clear or have a small outstanding mortgage. The program allows the borrower to utilize the value of the home by converting its home equity into line of credit. No repayment of the loan is required as long as they live in the homeFor more information call the above number. WEATHERIZATION-KITSAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES 1201 Park Ave., Bremerton(360) 377-0053Website: www.kcr.orgAssists low-income renters and homeowners of Kitsap County with: Insulation, Repair or Replace Roofs, heating systems, doors, Water Heaters and Health & Safety issues. Call for details.
  22. If you are having trouble making our house payment Washington Home-ownership Information including Mediation Programhttp://www.dfi.wa.gov/consumers/homeownership/foreclosure-mediation.htm
  23. A.L.I.V.E SHELTER (360) 479-1980, (800) 500-5513 or dial 911Hours: 24 Hours (Location confidential)Provides: 17 beds for battered women and their children (some age restrictions), medical referrals, legal advocacy,support groups, volunteer resources and other social services.North Kitsap / Bainbridge Island: 206-780-2931. (accepts collect calls) BENEDICT HOUSE (Catholic Community Services) (360) 405-9486Contact Person: Pat Millen, OSF or Carol BrownBenedict House will provide year-round emergency and transitional housing with support services for up to 25 chronic and low-income homeless men (one with children). St. Vincent Assistance Center Women and Children360-479-7017 BROADVIEW EMERGENCY SHELTER-SEATTLE (206) 299-2500 OR (877) 622-3122Website: www.fremontpublic.org.Provides emergency shelter for women with children. Call for more information. COMPASS CENTER 77 S. Washington Women Transitional Housing 1205 Thomas St. Seattle(206) 357-3150Call At: 9am for openings Men’s Transitional Housing 210 Alaskan WaySouth Seattle(206) 357-3250Men ShelterCall at: 1pm Tuesday or Friday for openings CRISIS CLINIC (360) 479-3033 or (800) 843-4793 (accepts collect calls)They have referrals for shelters and community referrals. Primarily a listening ear for persons in distress. HOMELESS CHILDCARE-KITSAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES 1201 Park Ave., Bremerton(360) 478-2301Contact Person: Stephanie LivengoodAssists in locating and paying for childcare for children birth to age 12 on a short-term basis. Assistance must be for employment or employment activity, housing search, medical, substance abuse, court or counseling appointments. Applicants must be homeless and not eligible for any other daycare subsidy programs such as DSHSWorking Connection Childcare. KITSAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES 1201 Park Ave.(360) 377-0053 or (800) 338-3363Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30Website: www.kcr.orgEmergency & Transitional Housing Program for low income, homeless (some restrictions), elderly and handicapped participants. Participant needs to call or come into the office for details. In addition, KCR assists with rental payments when funds are available.
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Resource Guide for Kitsap Community Homeless and Low-Income, Winter 2014-15 edition Download Help with paying Rent and Utility BillsHousing for women and children  Department of Social and Health Services 877-501-2233www.washingtonconnection.org  Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County Low Income Home Ownership Program 3559 Wheaton Way Bremerton WA360-479-3853Application Meetings are held:2nd Wednesday of the month at 10AM4th Wednesday of the month at 6PM Housing Kitsap Public Housing360-535-6100  Bremerton Housing Authority Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Waitlist Opening MARCH 2, 2015-MARCH 13, 2015Applications will be available ONLINE ONLY!!You must have a: Social Security Card Contact email address Must be 18 years or older Contact the Housing Authority at 360-616-7100 or bremertonhousing.org if you do not have a Social Security Number or valid email addressSection 8360-479-3694  Housing Solutions (via Kitsap Community Resources) 360-377-0053Hal Ferguson (Tries to work in conjunction with Compass house and helps some ex-offenders) Has a men's house and a women's house) 360-981-2058He would like to start a women & children's home if he can find some grant money.H.R.B.Independent Living Program (Bainbridge)206 842-2041H.U.D Section 8 (Provides income-eligible rental assistance)206 220-5290U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Rural Development360 452-8994111 East 3rd St Port Angeles 98362  Subsidized housing for income-eligible seniors Bainbridge Island Finch Place206 842-0724215 Finch Pl SW Bainbridge Island 98110Martha & Mary Senior Living Apartments360 598-012719225 Fourth Av NE Poulsbo 98370Virginia Villa206 842-5482200 High School Rd Bainbridge Island 98110Winslow Arms206 842-3611220 Parfitt Wy SW Bainbridge Island 98110Winslow Manor206 842-3722234 Wood Av SW Bainbridge Island 98110  Bremerton Charter House360 377-08081307 Wheaton Wy Bremerton 98310Eastwynd Apartments360 479-34442525 Wheaton Wy Bremerton 98310Pinewood Manor360 377-4977280 Sylvan Wy Bremerton 98310Rhododendron Apartments206 842-8144225 High School Rd NW Bainbridge Island 98110Tamarack Apartments360 377-02323511 Almira Dr Bremerton 98310Tara Heights (Seniors & Families)360 479-3694Pine Road & Magnolia Dr Bremerton 98312The Firs360 373-8479183 Russell Rd Bremerton 98312West Park360 479-3694110 Russell Rd Bremerton 98312  Port Orchard Conifer Ridge360 871-28691721 Fircrest Dr SE Port Orchard 98366Madrona Manor360 871-57983900 Madrona Dr SE Port Orchard 98366Port Orchard Vista360 876-1533900 Mitchell Av Port Orchard 98366Viewmont East360 895-14541904 Pioneer Ln SE Port Orchard 98366Village Green360 479-36943883 SE Madrona Dr Port Orchard 98366 Poulsbo Fjord Manor360 779-693919581 1st Av NW Poulsbo 98370Hostmark Apartments360 779-4684703 NE Hostmark St Poulsbo 98730Windsong Apartments360 779-624419880 Third Ave NW #34 Poulsbo 98370 Silverdale Golden Tides 1 & 2360 308-95829239 Bayshore Dr NW Silverdale 98383Silvercrest Apartments360 692-42339725 Danwood Ln NW Silverdale 98383ANNUAL COORDINATED GRANT APPLICATION PROCESS - Kitsap County Human Services Dept. The Application Cycle for 2015 Grant funds will begin in May. Click on the Coordinated Grant Application Schedule link below for important upcoming dates. All other links below are currently inactive as we work on updating the information for the new cycle. Kitsap County conducts a competitive funding application process, through a single coordinated grant application. The application cycle begins in May of each year with a mandatory technical assistance session for prospective grant applicants. A public process is used to make funding recommendations in September with funds available in January of the following year. This process is detailed in the Citizen Participation Plan (Appendix A of the CDBG/HOME Policy Plan). The public is encouraged to participate in the process and its end product. To better understand the funding sources and regulatory requirements associated with CDBG/HOME funding, prospective grant applicants are encouraged to click on the CDBG/HOME Policy Plan link below and contact the Block Grant office with any questions. To view the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) schedule for the most recent funding cycle, link to the online application or current year funding recommendations. CDBG/HOME Policy Plan Appendix A: Citizen Participation Plan (updated 4/16/14) Appendix B: Requirements for Section 108 Loan Guarantee Appendix C: Consolidated Plan Objectives & Strategies Appendix D: CDBG Eligibility Requirements & Program Rules Appendix E: HOME Eligibility Requirements & Program Rules Appendix F: Anti-Displacement & Relocation Assistance Plan Appendix G: Glossary Coordinated Grant Notice of Funding Availability Coordinated Grant Application Schedule 2015 Affordable Housing Grant Program Policy Plan 2015 Homeless Housing Grant Program Policy Plan 2015 Consolidated Homeless Grant Policy Plan & Guideliness HMIS - Homeless Management Information System (software run by the State of WA)  Washington Information Network: 211 (Landline only)866-736-9634
  25. Free Meals Guide compiled by the Salvation Army Download BREMERTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1150 Marine Dr., Bremerton373-3510Regular Hours 9-1 Monday-Friday. Last Friday of the month offer free sit down meal. 4:30-6:30 p.m. BREMERTON COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD 1904 8th St & Hewitt Ave, Bremerton(360) 373-0583Hours: 8:30AM-10:00AM. Free breakfast on Saturdays for anyone in need. Â CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN/PASTOR ART AT SYLVAN WAY BAPTIST CHURCH 900 Sylvan Way, Bremerton(360) 698-3219Hours: 6:30 pm, Tues and Thurs. Â FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 18920 4th Ave. NE, PoulsboHours: 5-6:30 pm, Tues. Â GODÂ’S KITCHEN & CLOSET 7625 Central Valley Bremerton. Hours: Mondays 12-2(360) 692-7729Hours: Monday 12-2Free clothes for children and adults when available. Provide meals to anyone from 12-2. They will provide food to go for invalids to be delivered by friends or relatives. Produce and baked goods are given on Mondays. There are no city or county restrictions to persons in need. Â JOY OF FREEDOM AT THE WESTGATE FIRE HALL Rocky Point-Bremerton(360) 373-2014Homeless and low-income are invited to a free brunch each Sunday between 10:30-11:30 a.m. Â LORDÂ’S NEIGHBORHOOD DINER Callahan Dr., Bremerton(360) 377-2915Serves dinner to the needy on Saturdays and Sunday s from 3-5 p.m. Sometimes there is a shuttle available; participants need to call for pick up sites. Â NEW LIFE ASSEMBLY CENTER 1305 Iron sized Ave Bremerton, WA 98312(360) 377-7292Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9-4p.m.
  26. FOOD BANKS & FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Free Meals Guide PDF compiled by Salvation Army Download ABRAHAMÂ’S HOUSE 3670 Chico Way, Bremerton, WA 98312 (Alliance Church Gym)(360) 405-0488 (ENCOURAGE TO CALL FIRST)Hours: For Donation Only Tuesday-Friday 10-4 p.m.Hours: For Giving Only Saturday 10-2This is an outreach to the community assistance with household items, clothing, beds, bedding and baby items.Fish giveaway  BAINBRIDGE ISLAND HELPLINE HOUSE 282 Knechtel Way NE, Bainbridge Island(206) 842-7621Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5; Saturday 10-2Website: www.helplinehouse.org.Assists with food, clothing, crisis intervention, individual and family counseling, and volunteer coordinating.Participant needs to call or come into the office to speak with a social worker. This resource is for Bainbridge Islandresidents only. When funding allows, may assist other North End residents.  BELL RINGER OF NORTH KITSAP (360) 697-6087Help with electric/Oil Only. Call to make appointment. Silverdale, Kingston, and Poulsbo areas.  BREMERTON FOODLINE 1600 12th St., Bremerton(360) 479-6188 or (360) 373-9971Hours: Monday-Friday 10-1:45Website: www.bremertonfoodline.org.Mainly a food bank. They may have some small baby items. During the holidays offers a holiday basket sign up.Participant must live in the Bremerton school district.  CENTRAL KITSAP FOOD BANK 3790 NW Anderson Hill Road, Silverdale 98383(360) 692-9818Hours: Monday-Friday 10-1:30pmPrimarily provides food. During the holidays provides holiday baskets. Participant must reside or work full time inCentral Kitsap School District  Chuckwagon Home-Bound Delivery 360 377-8511888 877-8511Hours: 9a.m– 3p.mThis is a nutrition program for senior citizens, 60+ years of age. Donations are requested from seniors, but no one is refused. Meals can be delivered to seniors who are homebound for medical reasons, disabilities and chronic illnesses. There is an assessment process.  DSHS/DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES 4710 Auto Center Blvd., Bremerton 98312(360) 473-2200 or (800) 338-7410Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5DSHS has programs to help people with financial assistance, food benefits, medical coupons, some funeral expensesif family is on public assistance, employment training, and developmental disabilities funding, tenant support andmore. Participant must submit an application and then will be called for an eligibility review.  GODÂ’S KITCHEN AND CLOSET 7625 Central Valley, Bremerton(360) 692-7729Hours: Monday 12-2Free clothes for children of all ages when available. Provide meals to anyone from 12-2 on Monday s. Produce andbaked goods are given when available. There are no city or county restrictions to persons in need.  KITSAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES 1201 Park Ave., Bremerton(360) 479-1507Hours: Monday-Friday 8AM-4:30PM or go online to make an appointmentWebsite: www.kcr.org/energy_assistance.htmHeating assistance available during the winter months (October- June), to assists low-income household in Kitsapcounty with the increased costs it takes to heat their home during the winter months.Kitsap Fishline (M,T,W,Th,F, 10:00-3:00; W, 10:00-7:00) 360 779-519018916 3rd Av NE Poulsbo 98367  LIFE CARE COMMUNITY FOOD BANK 8640 Journey Lane, Port Orchard(360) 876-9244Hours: Wednesday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.This is an outreach of Spirit of Life Lutheran Church. Food is provided on an emergency basis to qualifyingresidents of rural South Kitsap County up to five times per year. Clothing is also available. You will need toprovide proof of address, Social Security cards for the household and drivers license.LifeCare Community Services 18916 3rd Av NE Poulsbo 98367360 779-5190Hours: Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.  NORTH KITSAP FISHLINE FOODBANK (360) 779-5190Hour: Monday-Thursday 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., FridayÂ’s 9:30-12:30 p.m.Assist North Kitsap residents mainly with food, commodities and referrals however, when available may assist withutilities, prescriptions and baby items. During the holidays may have holiday basket sign-up.  NORTH MASON FOOD BANK NW 22471 Hwy 3, Belfair(360) 275-4615Hour: Monday 10-2, Tuesday 10-2, Wednesday 1-5:30, Thursday 10-2No restrictions. Participants need to go to the above address at the above times for assistance. Need proof of physical address.  PORT ANGELES FOOD BANK (360) 452-8568Hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 1-3:30 p.m.Provides food to persons in emergency situations. Provisions for 4-5 days are usually given. No eligibility requirements.  SALVATION ARMY 832 6TH St.; Bremerton(360) 373-5550Website:Â
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    : M-T-Th, / simple cuts only / 9 am to 2 pm. Make appt. with receptionist FIRST.Food Boxes: Once a month: T-Th-F: 9:30 am to 11:15 & W 4 pm to 6 pm. Must show photo I.D., zip code, and proof of all family members.Bread & Produce: weekdays, as available.Breakfast and Lunch: Weekdays, 8:00 am to 8:45 am, and 12:00 to 12:45 pm.Diapers and Toiletries: Same days as food boxes.Utility Assistance: January to June. Must show proof of low-income and have a disconnect notice. Restricted to once per 12 months. Call for appt.Community Voice Mail: provides free voice mail for those who need to receive messages but have no phone.ShareNet FOODBANK-HANSVILLE/KINGSTON AREA (360) 297-2000 OR (360) 297-2266Hours: Tuesday and Friday 9:30-12:00 p.m.Bayside Community Church (Sharenet) provides food and clothing when available.25990 Barber Cut Off Rd Kingston 98346  ShareNet (T,Th, 10:00-2:00) 360 297-226626061 United Rd Kingston 98346  SOUTH KITSAP HELPLINE/FOODBANK 1351 Bay St.(360) 876-4089Website: www.helplinefoodbank.orgThrift store hours: Monday-Friday 10-3; Saturday 9:30-5Assists South Kitsap residents mainly with food however when available also assist with commodities, energy assistance, rental help, prescriptions and household items. Participants must reside in South Kitsap School District.  South Kitsap Helpline (M-F, 10:30-3:30)360 876-40891012 Mitchell Av Port Orchard 98366  ST. VINCENT DE PAUL-BELFAIR (360) 275-6199Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30-5:30Please call for more information. You must live in North Mason County to receive help at this site.  ST. VINCENT DE PAUL-BREMERTON (360) 479-70171137 North Callow Ave. Bremerton 98312Hours: Monday-Friday 10:30- 4Mainly a Food bank. When available may have clothes, energy assistance, rental assistance, and gas vouchers  ST. VINCENT DE PAUL- PORT ORCHARD 1209 Bay St.(360) 876-6933 or (360) 876-2364Hours: Monday-Saturday 8:30- 5Assists South Kitsap residents with prescriptions, energy assistance, clothing, home furnishings, gas vouchers, bus passes, rental assistance and work training. MUST LIVE IN SOUTH KITSAP  WASHINGTON STATE COMBINED APPLICATION PROGRAM (WASHCAP) (877) 380-5784A joint effort between the SSA and DSHS. WASHCAP is a simplified way to deliver Food Assistance to SSI recipients who: are at least 18 years old, do not have earned income and live alone or buy and fix food apart from others who live in the home.  WASHINGTON TELEPHONE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Call a phone company in your area that provides local residential phone services.These are the major companies in Washington(800) 700-8880Qwest (800) 244-1111VCI (888) 923-8375 DOES NOT HELP PAY FOR OVERDUE BILLS OR SHUT OFF NOTICEUp to 50% discount on connection fees, monthly telephone service and waiver of local deposit. Have to be receiving a DSHS service: TANF, Refugee, GAU, Food Stamps, SSI/Medicaid or DSHS chore service/COPES.
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