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    Child care and Pre-schools

    CHILDCARE RESOURCE & REFERRAL OF KITSAP COUNTY (360) 452-5438 or (800) 452-5438Hours: Monday-Friday 9-3:30Website: www.lcsnw.org/parentlineHelp in finding licensed daycare in the Kitsap County area. Participant needs to call and leave a message. Someone will return the call and provide a list of providers. The referral service also offers financial assistance for training, expansion and equipment for daycare providers and people interested in becoming a provider. Department of Children & Family Services (DSHS) 3423 6th St. Suite 217, Bremerton(360) 475-3688 or 800-423-6246Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5Provides information on finding a licensed day care or on becoming a provider. This division also oversees foster parents and the state adoption agency. CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY CENTER – OLYMPIC COLLEGE (360) 475-7190http://www.olympic.edu/Students/StudentServices/ChildCare/childDev.htmPre-School & School-AgeMonday -Thursday, 7:00am- 5:30pm Friday, 7:00am-4:00pmFall/Winter Evening Care until 8:00pm; Spring Evening Care until 8:00pmToddler & Two-Year-OldMonday - Thursday, 7:00am-5:30pm Friday, 7:00am-4:00pmOn-campus childcare for children of enrolled college students. Enrollment in parent education class (1 credit) is required. Head Start, Early Head Start & ECEAP Programs (360) 473-2026http://www.kcr.org/head_start.htmFree part day Pre-School services. Full Day Programs available. There are centers in most areas of Kitsap County;please visit the website for a full listing of locations and hours. The EHS program is for pregnant mothers and children through age 3. HEADSTART program provides services for children ages 3-5. Provides preparation for kindergarten, individual learning plans, health services for the children, nutritious meals and snacks, services for children with special needs, access to community resources and advocacy for the parents. Also has Home Base option which provides eligible families with home visits and support services from the prenatal months to the child’s third birthday. HOMELESS CHILDCARE 1201 Park Ave., Bremerton(360) 377-0053Assists 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 Department of Social and Health Services Working Connection Childcare.
  6. AIDS Hotline (Kitsap)800 874-2437AWAKE (Sleep disorders)360 479-8022, X4Al-Anon866 452-6973Alcoholics Anonymous800 562-7455Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Kitsap County360 377-2910Alzheimer’s Association800 848-7097Alzheimer’s & Dementia Caregiver Support Groups:Bremerton (Marine Courte)360 373-8551Poulsbo (Martha & Mary Health Center)360 779-7500American Cancer Society800 729-1151Amputee Support Group360 830-4432Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)800 782-4747Bereavement360 698-4611or 253-274-4600Better Breathers360 774-6685Brain Injury425 268-2934Cancer Caregiver Support Group360 744-4625Caregiver Support Center9729 Silverdale Way(360) 337-5700 or (800) 562-6418Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30The Caregiver Support Center offers information, referral, consultation, counseling, social services and in-home case management services for caregivers and their families. Caregivers can meet with social service professionals and borrow books and videos about care giving issues from the lending library. Free brochures, booklets, tip sheets, and resource lists are available to take home or be mailed. The center also offers caregivers an Internet station that offers free access to the Internet to search helpful web sites and resources related to care giving.Eligibility Requirements: Informal caregivers who are not being paid to provide care for either a care recipient 18 years of age or older, or a child under 19 who has a developmental disability, or a child being raised by a grandparent or other relative 60 years of age and older.Caregivers SupportPort Orchard360 874-6686Port Orchard (Orchard Pointe)360 874-7400Poulsbo (Liberty Shores)360 779-5533 COMFORT KEEPERS 3256 Chico Way, Bremerton, 98312(360) 373-5678 or (877) 885-HOME Fax: 360 373-2263Website: www.comfortkeepers.com Email: kitsap@comfortkeepers.comProvide non-medical in-home health care and are open 8:00 am- 4:30 pm daily, 7 days a week, with 24hr on call. COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS -BREMERTON (360) 620-4831Hours: 24 hoursContact Person: Suzanne ColemanSupport group for bereaved PARENTS and Family members. Provides emotional support to those going through the crisis of loss. Books, pamphlets, newsletters, monthly meetings available. No fees. Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month at Harrison Hospital in Silverdale. For more information call the number above. HOSPICE OF KITSAP COUNTY GRIEF AND LOSS SUPPORT GROUPS AND PROGRAMS (360) 698-4611Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30Website: www.hospiceofkitsapcounty.orgHospice of Kitsap County offers a variety of support groups. Listed below are the different choices. You will need to call the number above for more information and to register for a program. Adult Grief Support Groups, locations in Bremerton, Port Orchard, Poulsbo, Silverdale and Bainbridge Island. Grief in the Workplace Program, by request only. They also offer Kids Grief Support groups for kids age 4-18. Coping With Grief During the Holidays. Support care (nursing, psychosocial and spiritual) for the terminally ill and their loved one during their last days.Lupus360 443-2086Men’s Cancer Support360 598-7500National Association for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)360 698-4668Northwest Clean Air Agency360 428-1617 or 800 622-4627Northwest Kidney Foundation/Center206 292-5351Ovarian / Gynecological Support Group360 744-4625 PARENT SUPPORT (253) 426-6735 or page Paula Kulhman at (253) 416-3821Hours: 24hoursSupport group for parents who have lost an infant (conception to one year). It does not matter what thecircumstances. Group meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 7-9 p.m. at St Joseph’s Hospital in Tacoma.Interested parties should call the Pastoral Care Office at the above number.Parkinson’s Disease Support Group360 895-6220 PROJECT RACHEL (206) 920-6413 or (800) 822-HOPEHours: 24 hoursWeekend retreat available. Phone Counseling and referrals available. This is a healing and reconciliation service.No affiliation with the Catholic church is necessary.Self Help for the Hard of Hearing360 871-0997Sight Connections800 458-4888Stroke Support Group360 744-8980Take Off Pounds Sensibly360 871-6120Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group360 744-8980Women’s Cancer Support Group (Bremerton)360 744-4625Women’s Cancer Support Group (Poulsbo)360 598-7500
  7. 700 Prospect Street Suite 101; Port Orchard(360) 876-2322Hours: M-TH 11-5 p.m.Outpatient family, individual and youth 14yrs and older therapy. (State certified domestic violence perpetratorprogram). Participant needs to call to schedule an appointment. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND HELPLINE 282 Knechtel Way NE, Bainbridge Island(206) 842-7621Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5Website: www.helplinehouse.orgEmail: helpline@helplinehouse.orgAssists with crisis intervention, individual and family counseling. Participant need to call or come into the officeto speak with a social worker. This resource is for Bainbridge Island residents only. BRIDGES TO MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (888) 377-8174 OR (360) 692-1595Hours: M-F 9-5Assists Kitsap, Jefferson and Clallam counties. Offers help by providing support, education and mentoring byother parents with similar experiences with children who are struggling with behavior problems, school or home. CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES/COUNSELING AND CONSULTATION SERVICES 2525 6TH Street, Suite D, Bremerton(360) 405-9486 or (888) 649-6732Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5Website: http://www.ccsww.org/Catholic Community Services offers counseling for individuals, children/youth, couples and families. Topics are:(but not limited to) relationship building, anger management, parenting classes’ school consultations, andinternship program for graduate level interns. Money Management International (800) 493-2222 or (866) 889-9347Website: www.moneymanagement.org DIVORCE LIFELINE Evelyn Smith(206) 694-5762 or (800) 509-0515Support group for those going through divorce or those who are already divorced. There is a support group forchildren of divorce in Everett. Call for meeting times and locations. At this time there are no meetings in Kitsap,Jefferson or Clallam counties. Fees: $12.00-$40.00/sliding scale. FLEET AND FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER, COUNSELING, ADVOCACY AND PREVENTION SERVICES (800) 562-3301KEYPORT- (866) 854-0638BANGOR- (360) 396-4115BREMERTON- (360) 476-5113Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30 - 4:00Provides a wide range of assistance and counseling services. The center offers numerous monthly workshopsincluding parenting, financial, family enrichment and skill development programs. Assistance is offered withrelocation, deployment and pre-employment programs; spouse employment assistance services and departureassistance. Individual, family and material counseling are provided to children and adults by highly skilled,certified and credential social workers KITSAP MENTAL HEALTH 5455 Almira Dr, Bremerton(360) 405-4010Hours: 8am-5pmWebsite: www.kitsapmentalhealth.orgKMHS provides mental health services for the chronically mentally ill. They accept medical coupons and someinsurance plans. A variety of services are offered: individual, family and group counseling, geriatric day treatment,case management, medication management, CDMHP, children and adolescent services, and more. There areprograms for the acutely mentally ill and for those experiencing suicidal thoughts ADVAD COUNSELING SERVICES 5997 Holland Rd. NW, Bremerton(360) 405-6326Call to make an appointmentProvides family anger and domestic counseling. Has a Certified Domestic Violence Perpetrator Program. NEW HORIZONS 225 Lindvig Suite 10; Poulsbo(360) 779-9288By appointmentProvides anger management, domestic violence parenting classes, family or group counseling, and has a CertifiedDomestic Violence Perpetrator Program. Fees are on a sliding scale. PEOPLE OF COLOR AGAINST AIDS NETWORK (POCAAN) (206) 322-70611609 19th Ave, Seattle 98122Hours: M-F 9-5:30PMMulticultural outreach program for prevention of HIV/AIDS.Earthen Vessels Counseling103 N Callow, Bremerton(360) 479-6944Provides family counseling and has a Certified Domestic Violence Perpetrator ProgramAdult Protective Services206 626-5705866 221-4909Agape Unlimited360 373-1529ALIVE Shelter for Battered Women360 479-1980800 500-5513Al-Anon (Bainbridge Island)866 452-6973Al-Anon (Port Orchard)360 871-1444Al-Anon (Silverdale)360 779-1900Alcoholics Anonymous (Bainbridge Island)206 855-8366Alcoholics Anonymous (Bremerton)360 377-1645Alcoholics Anonymous (Port Orchard)360 876-3837Alcoholics Anonymous (Silverdale)360 509-5637Crisis Clinic of the Peninsulas360 479-3033800 843-4793Domestic Violence Hotline (State)800 562-6025Kitsap Recovery Center360 337-46251975 NE Fuson Rd Bremerton 98311Nar-Anon360 621-5268Sexual Assault Center360 377-3911
  8. State of Washington minimum wage is $9.47 Check out the local employment statistics and reports hereWashington Unemployment Rate Map and State Profile PageLook for open positionsNetworking 2 Employment Club LinkedIn WorkshopList of local employersCareer Specific Job BanksThe Top 100 Military Friendly EmployersJobs for SeniorsTemporary Employment and Staffing AgenciesEmployment for Adults with Differing AbilitiesDepartment of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)Worker Retraining ProgramIs your employer requiring immunizations in order to be able to work?Having trouble getting bonded?Offender / Ex-Offender ResourcesThe Ticket to Work Program via the Social Security AdministrationNational Employment Law ProjectApprenticeships / InternshipsEmployment Retention Services via Caresofwa.orgFood Handlers Card InfoAlcohol Servers and Mixologist Permit info (Bartenders)List of WA Professional Licenses (info)Where do I get a TWIC card?Where do I get a Merchant Mariner card? What is a MMC?What if I don't have a history of all my past employers?List of Jobs Endangered by TechnologyList of Jobs NOT Endangered by TechnologyNeed to contact Unemployment in another state?OSHA 10 Workshop - Free for Veteran'sGoodwill Retail Training - Free Professional Work Attire (Clothing) for job seekers;New Beginnings Closet 1410 Ohio Street Bremerton, WAJeanie Johns is the contact for donation drop off and store hours 360-265-3398 For Employers Are you an employer wanting to find employees?Protect your business with Fidelity BondsPre-employment inquiriesAre you an employer/ee interested in who supports, funds and plans for the Olympic area Worksource offices?See the Olympic Workforce Development CouncilAssistance with questions regarding separation of employmentPreparation for Workforce violence resourcesAn employee must show documentation to his/her employer to show their identity and authorization to work.The following Web pages will teach you about the kinds of documents that employers may accept from employees to complete Form I-9.
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    Law Enforcement

    Current residents "In Custody" List Washington State Patrol 4811 Werner Rd, Bremerton, WA 98312 Cross Streets: Between Blumer St W and Auto Center Blvd/Union Ave W(360) 473-0300wsp.wa.gov Kitsap County Sheriff's Office Port Orchard, WA 98366Phone: 360.337.7701Web SiteSend Email Bremerton Police Department Bremerton Police Department1025 Burwell StreetBremerton, WA 98337(360) 473-5220 Poulsbo City Police Department 200 Ne Moe St, Poulsbo, WA 98370 (Cross Streets: Between 3rd Ave NE and Bjermland Pl NE)(360) 779-3113 Bainbridge Island Police Department 625 Winslow Way EBainbridge Island, WA 98110Cross Streets: Between WA-305/Olympic Dr SE and Cave Ave NEPh: 206-842-5211HoursMonday - Friday8 a.m. - 4 p.m.Staff Directory Port Orchard Police Department 546 Bay St, Port Orchard, WA 98366Cross Streets: Between Cline Ave and Bank Sthttp://www.cityofportorchard.us/police(360) 876-1700
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    Education

    The future of learning:https://www.edx.org/https://www.coursera.org/ Public schools Bainbridge Island School District Bremerton School District Central Kitsap School District North Kitsap School District South Kitsap School District Post-secondary education Olympic College Southern Illinois University at Bangor Naval Base Brandman University at Bangor Naval Base Bryman Technical Institute (Flag) (now called Everest College (see below)) Bainbridge Graduate Institute (appears to be closed now) Northwest College of Art (website is down) Old Dominion University (mostly online) Everest College - Bremerton Apprenticeships / Internships AMERICORPS (360) 473-2015 or (360) 473-2016Opportunities to help communities get things done while earning money. Earn monthly allowance and school scholarship. There are some restrictions and application deadlines. BREMERTON WORKSOURCE (360) 438-41231300 Sylvan WayBremerton, WA 98310Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5Website: www.go2worksource.comAssists qualified unemployed persons with getting work. Assists screening applicants for Job Corps and veterans. (see also WIA section) CENTRAL KITSAP COMMUNITY SCHOOLS (360) 662-1635Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30Website: www.cksd.wednet.edu/community/CommSchIndex.htm#classesCentral Kitsap Community Schools offers a variety of classes throughout the year to anyone in the community.They have aerobics, pottery, computer classes, preschool, gymnastics, sports camps, foreign languages, dancing,babysitter training, drama, gardening, stamps, marketing, financial classes and more. Fees vary according toprogram. DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION (DVR) 3888 N.W. Randall Way, Suite 201Silverdale, WA 98383(360) 698-4360Services for individuals (everyone has a unique disability with their own strengths and weakness) who have a barrier to employment due to a disability.Participant may be placed on a waiting list. IMMIGRATION CENTER INTERPRETER SERVICES (360) 440-2376 JOB TRAINING AND EDUCATION CENTER - BREMERTON GOODWILL (360) 373-3692Hours: Monday-Thursday 10-3Friday-by appointment onlyWebsite: www.seattlegoodwill.orgGoodwill offers adult education and training opportunities for individuals seeking greater economic opportunity.Classes include English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) and basic computer training. Job search, resumewriting and interviewing assistance are provided to job seekers. Adults age 21 or over can obtain a high school diploma through the National External Diploma Program.Retail Customer Service Training Program LABOR READY 1500 NE Riddell Rd., Bremerton(360) 373-2032Hours: Monday-Friday 5:30am to 6pmSaturday 6 a.m-10 a.m.Temporary labor. Go in first thing in the morning to sign up for work. Usually paid same day. OLYMPIC COLLEGE JOB INFORMATION CENTER (360) 475-7300Hours: M-F 8AM-4.30PMEmail: careercenter@oc.ctc.eduCareer center, resumes, and jobs assistance. Participant needs to call for more details. SKOOKUM CORPORATION 2604 Burwell St., Bremerton(360) 475-0756Works with local businesses to create job opportunities for people with disabilities or other barriers to employment.Helps them maintain their employment. SOUND WORKS JOB CENTER (360) 779-1160Hours: Monday-Friday 9-4Website: homepages.donobi.net/soundworksHelps to locate all types of employment. Is in association with the Bremerton Job Service Center. They alsoprovide help with resume writing and interview training. Services are free of charge. Contact the center for moreinformation. KITSAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES-COMMUNITY JOBS DEVELOPMENT 845 8th Street, Bremerton (360) 473-2118Website: www.kcr.org/community_works.htmCommunity Jobs provides transitional community-based employment and training opportunities for WorkFirst participants with significant challengesEvening Financial Education Classes in Kitsap county BUSINESS EDUCATION SUPPORT & TRAINING (BE$T) PROGRAM - KITSAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES (360) 473-2141Website: www.kcr.orgA business training program that helps aspiring entrepreneurs in low income situations who want to start and expand their business.This program is designed specifically for individuals who are interested in mastering the skills necessary in building a successful business.Offers business training, lending and business support program designed specifically for people with limitedincomes (up to 200% of poverty guidelines). Program designed to assist in self-sufficiency by self-employment.Participant needs to call for class schedules and admission information.Business Education Support and Training WASHINGTON LITERACY HOTLINE (800) 228-8813Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5Website: www.literacy.orgGet information on learning to read, getting a GED, learning English or becoming a citizen. Can also refer peopleto Adult Basic Education resources. WIOA ADULT and DISLOCATED WORKER PROGRAMS - KCR EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING 3200 SE Rainshadow Court, Port Orchard(360) 473-2144KCR’S Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) Adult and Dislocated Worker Programs offers comprehensive workforce development services designed to assist people of Kitsap County find the necessary information, skills and/or training to enter employment in our community. WIOA ADULT PROGRAM Worker Retraining ProgramGoodwill Silverdale GEDAmerican Financial SolutionsSee also:LibrariesAlison.com - Taking the educational world by storm.
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    Health and Safety

    Emergency AssistanceAlcohol and Drug Resources Dental ServicesFree Phones and VoicemailHearing CareHeating & Utility AssistanceHome Health CareHospitals and ClinicsImmunizations (Adult)Mental Health Agencies and ResourcesPregnancyPrescription AssistanceSupport GroupsVisionUpcoming Free Medical Clinics Women's Health Day 2014 ANGEL FLIGHT WEST 1-888-426-2643Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30a.m.-4:30 p.m. Pacific TimeAir Lifeline is a national non-profit charitable organization of over 1,000 private pilots who fly ambulatory patientswho cannot afford the cost of travel to medical facilities for diagnosis and treatment. Our pilots donate their time,aircraft and fuel to make this air transportation service totally free of charge for patients who qualify. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND HELPLINE (206) 842-7621Hours: M-F 9:00-5:00p.m.Loans out medical equipment. Participants need to reside on Bainbridge Island. BASIC HEALTH 1-800-826-2444 or TDD: 1-888-923-5622Website: www.basichealth.hca.wa.govAffordable health care coverage for those that are income eligible. Participant needs to call for an application. Nolocal branch offices. Currently they are taking children and pregnant women only CAPRI HEART AND LUNG INSTITUTE 2601 Cherry Ave #111, Bremerton, 98310(360) 479-3886Hours :Monday-Wednesday, Friday 8:00am-4:30pm, then on Tuesday and Thursday 8:00am-2:30pmHelps improve the health of people affected by or at risk for heart and lung disease through rehabilitation, educationand prevention. A nurse practitioner or physician must refer person. CAPRI will assist with a referral. CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION 1-888-443-7232Website: www.cdc.gov/hepatitisFor information on viral hepatitis. Participant should call if they believe to be infected or at high-risk or for more information on the virus. SEATTLE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL & MEDICAL CENTER (206) 987-2000 or (206) 987-2164Hours: 24 HoursWebsite: www.seattlechildren.orgProvides referrals and treatment for childhood psychological problems. Appropriate referrals are: Attention Deficit Disorder, behavior problems, depression, suicidal, socially withdrawn, conduct disorders, physical and sexual abuse, family crisis intervention, anxiety disorders, learning and school-related difficulties. They provide assessment testing and behavioral management assistance as well. Call for more information. Sliding scale fees. COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE 101 E 26TH St, Tacoma(253) 597-4550Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00-5 p.m., Friday 8-4:30 p.m.There are 8 medical facilities and 3 Dental facilities. Participant needs to call to find out where to go for full service medical/dental facilities that serves people with or without insurance and/or who are low-income. No countyrestrictions. Sliding fee scale, call for appointment COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE/PIERCE COUNTY 101 E 26th St Tacoma(253) 597-4550.Hours: M-F 8:30-5p.m.Call for more information or to make an appointment. You do NOT have to be a Pierce County resident to qualify for services Department of Social and Health Services 877-501-2233www.washingtonconnection.org FIRST STEPS (360) 337-4821Hours: M–F 8:00am-4:30pmWebsite: www.kitsapcountyhealth.comFirst Steps is a program to help income eligible pregnant women get the health and social services they need to be ahealthy mom and to have a healthy baby. Program services include medical coverage for mother and baby, free buspasses or Para transit to doctor visits, funding for childcare during doctor visits, free in-home education, counselingand support from a Public Health Nurse or Behavior Health Specialist, linkages to community resources, childbirthclasses through Harrison Medical Center, WIC nutrition services through K.C.R. and free family planning up to 1 year after the birth of the baby. GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES 4060 Wheaton Way, Bremerton(360) 373-6966 or (800) 531-0825Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5:30pmHome health care company that will care for acute and chronically ill children and the child with long-term healthcare needs. Services are provided in the home by registered nurses, nursing assistants, occupational therapists andphysical therapists. Cost: they accept private pay, private insurance and are Medicare/Medicaid certified. GREEN MOUNTAIN REHABILITATION MEDICINE 2625 Wheaton Way, Bremerton(360) 475-6480Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30PMA comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facility (CORF) specializing in physical, occupational andspeech/language therapy for those who have experienced a stroke, head injury or those who have a neuro disorder oranyone who may need Ortho rehabilitation. HEAR NOW PROGRAM (800) 328-8602Hours: switch board 7am -6pmWebsite: www.sotheworldmayhear.orgNational program providing assistance to those permanently living in the U.S., to acquire hearing aids through anapplication process. All applicants must meet the program’s financial criteria, complete the application process andbe approved for hearing aids. For more information call the above number. HARRISON HOSPITAL CHARITY CARE PROGRAM (360) 377-3911X 6610Hours: 9am-4:30pmWebsite: www.harrisonhospital.orgMay apply for charity assistance if unable to pay medical bill at Harrison Hospital. Call the above number for moreinformation APPLE HEALTH KIDS (877) 543-7669.Website: www.applehealthkids.wa.govQuality low-cost health care to children under 19, who do not have insurance and family income, is too high forMedicaid but fits within CHIP guidelines. Interested families should call for income-guidelines and admissioninformation. Children can receive low-cost medical services they need through CHIP. Covered services includecheck-ups, immunizations, prescriptions, dental, vision, hearing, outpatient & inpatient hospital services and more. HILL BURTON ACT (800) 638-0742Program for people who are having trouble paying a hospital bill or need an operation but do not have the funds.Under the program, certain health care centers provide free or low-cost medical care to patients who cannot affordto pay. People can apply before they receive the care and after the bill has been sent to a collection agency. In KitsapCounty, only the Kitsap Community Health Clinic is under this plan. KITSAP COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT 345 6th Street Suite 300, Bremerton-98337Hours: M-F 8am-4:30pm(360) 337-5235Can assist with applying for no-cost health care to those that qualify. Families, kids up to 19 or pregnant women.Reproductive And Sexual Health Services, Medical care; testing, exams, HIV testing, contraception, pregnancytesting and education. (FLU SHOTS) PHILLIPS LIFE LINE 10215 Lake City Way N.E., Suite K, Seattle(800) 543-3546Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5Website: www.health-watch.comServices offered to disabled and/or elderly in which the client wears a push button device that enables them tosummon for help without having to move or use the phone. The office receives the signal and dispatches forassistance. Website: www.nleb.orgReferral for the local Lions Club for recipients in need of eye exam and glasses.Need to call the above number for more information PORT GAMBLE SKALLAM TRIBAL HEALTH CLINIC/DENTAL CLINIC 32014 Little Boston Rd NE, Kingston(360) 297-2646Hours : M-F 8:30am-4:30pmMedical from tribal members to tribal members, spouses, and Native Americans in Kitsap County. May be a cost. SEX INFORMATION LINE (FACTS OF LIFE LINE) (206) 328-7711Hours: Monday-Thursday 3-6 p.m.Provides information and referral for people with questions and concerns aboutpregnancy and a variety of sex-related concerns.related medical issues, sexual dysfunction, venereal disease, alcohol and pregnancy concerns, complications withcontraception, pregnancy, sexFor ALL ages and sponsored by Planned Parenthood of Seattle. VISION USA (800) 766-4466Hours: 8:30-5:00 Central TimeWebsite: www.aoa.orgFree eye care for children, adults, and seniors. To qualify for the program you need to be working or live in ahousehold with at least one family member working at least part-time, have no insurance that covers eye exams, andhave an income below an established level. Please call to receive an application or visit the website listed above.Only covers exam. WHEELCHAIR LIBRARY 62 Peter Hagen RD NWSeabeck, WA 98380(360) 479-4535Hours: Call Time Monday-Friday 8-2pm Pick-up from 2pm until darkFree library of wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, hospital beds and other medical equipment. Call day before pick-up(pick up time is until dark)
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    Farmers Markets

    Did you know that Kitsap County has 8 Farmers Markets? The fresh produce available at the markets is a great way to get the 5 recommended daily servings of fruits and veggies. Most markets accept SNAP/EBT as well as WIC and Senior vouchers. Here's what Moms participating in the WIC program say about their Kitsap market experiences:“I enjoy the opportunity to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at the market. It's a great lesson for my son about where food comes from!”“I like giving back to local growers.”“I love when the market gets lots of fresh produce. I love . . . the book mobile and the music is fun.” Please share the attached market information flyers with your clients and constituents. The flyers are in English and Spanish and contain times and locations for markets in Bremerton, Port Orchard, Poulsbo, Silverdale, Kingston, Suquamish and Bainbridge Island.