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(360) 792-2066 or (800) 642-8019
Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30
Provides 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 Locator

360 473-2299 or 800 422-7114

Senior Information & Assistance

360 337-5700 or 800 562-6418


Alzheimer’s or Dementia Care Facilities

Ashley Gardens of Cascades of Bremerton Campus

360 478-7277

3231 Pine Rd Bremerton 98310

Clare Bridge at Shoreline View Alzheimer’s Care

253 858-7790

9324 N Harborview Dr Gig Harbor 98332

Claremont East Retirement Apartments

360 377-1717

2707 Clare Av Bremerton 98310

Emeritus at Silverdale

360 697-4488

1501 Tower View Circle NW Silverdale 98383

Harbor House Alzheimer’s Facility

360 779-5533

19360 Viking Av NW Poulsbo 98370

Haven Crest

360 598-9522

1250 Lincoln Rd NE Poulsbo 98370

Madrona House 

206 842-2500

8800 N Madison Av Bainbridge Island 98110

Marine Courte

360 373-8551

966 Oyster Bay Ct Bremerton 98310

Martha & Mary Health Center

360 779-7500

19160 Front St NE Poulsbo 98370

Messenger House Care Center

206 842-2654

10861 Manitou Pk Blvd NE Bainbridge Island 98110

Olympic Alzheimer’s Residence

253 851-5306

3025 14th Av NW Gig Harbor 98335

Orchard Pointe Memory Care Community

360 874-7400

300 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 House

360 373-0553

3210 Rickey Rd Bremerton 98310

Cypress Gardens

360 479-4130

3500 Ninth St Bremerton 98312

Liberty Shores / Harbor House

360 779-5533

19360 Viking Av NW Poulsbo 98370

Madison Avenue House

206 842-3694

285 Madison Av S Bainbridge Island 98110

Madrona House

206 842-2500

8800 N Madison Av Bainbridge Island 98110

Park Vista

360 871-2323

2944 SE Lund Av Port Orchard 98366

Stafford Suites

360 874-1212

1761 Pottery Av Port Orchard 98366

Sydney House

360 876-0980

155 W Lippert Dr Port Orchard 98366


Retirement & Life-Care Communities

Bay Pointe

360 373-9904

966 Oyster Bay Ct Bremerton 98312

Bay Vista Commons

360 377-8300

191 Russell Rd Bremerton 98312

Canterbury Manor

360 377-0113

703 Callahan Dr Bremerton 98310

Claremont East

360 377-1717

2707 Clare Av Bremerton 98310

Clearbrook Inn

360 692-1228

2295 Schold Pl NW Silverdale 98383

Country Meadows

360 692-4480

12169 Country Meadows Ln NW Silverdale 98362

Crista Shores

360 613-3502 or 800 722-4135

1600 Crista Shores Ln Silverdale 98383

Emeritus at Montclair Park

360 697-2223

1250 NE Lincoln Rd Poulsbo 98370

Liberty Shores / Harbor House

360 779-5533

19360 Viking Av NW Poulsbo 98370

Madison Avenue Retirement Center

206 842-3694

285 Madison Av S Bainbridge Island 98110

Park Vista

360 871-2323

2944 SE Lund Av Port Orchard 98366

Retsil Veterans’ Home

360 895-4700

1141 Beach Dr E Port Orchard 98366

Stafford Suites

360 874-1212

1761 Pottery Av Port Orchard 98366

Vintage at Bremerton

360 479-8300

1717 Sheridan Rd Bremerton 98310

Vintage at Silverdale

360 308-9600

3291 NW Mt Vintage Wy Silverdale 98383

The Willows of Cascades of Bremerton Campus

360 479-8522

3201 Pine Rd NE Bremerton 98310

Winslow Manor

206 842-3711

234 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 Center

360 377-3951

2701 Clare Av Bremerton 98310

Forest Ridge Health & Rehabilitation Center

360 479-4747

140 S Marion Av Bremerton 98312

Island Health & Rehabilitation Center

206 842-4765

835 Madison Av N Bainbridge Island 98110

Life Care Center of Port Orchard

360 876-8035

2031 Pottery Av Port Orchard 98366

Martha & Mary Health Center

360 779-7500

19160 Front St NE Poulsbo 98370

Messenger House Care Center

206 842-2654

10861 Manitou Pk Blvd NE Bainbridge Island 98110

Northwoods Lodge

360 698-3930

2321 Schold Pl NW Silverdale 98383

Stafford Healthcare at Belmont

360 479-1515

560 Lebo Blvd Bremerton 98310

Stafford Healthcare at Ridgemont

360 876-4461

2051 Pottery Av Port Orchard 98366

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    • An interesting concept, bible discipline. I am struck by the prevalence of ignorance about spiritual discipline on "Reddit." While physical and mental disciplines receive attention, the profound impact of spiritual discipline on a person's physical and mental well-being is often overlooked. Is it possible to argue against the words of the Apostle Paul? When he penned those words in Hebrews 12, he was recognizing that there are moments when an individual must be "rebuked" in order to be corrected. Even Jesus himself established a precedent when he rebuked Peter and referred to him as Satan for failing to comprehend what Jesus had already revealed to the apostles. Did that imply that Jesus had an evil heart? Not at all, it was quite the opposite; Jesus had a loving heart. His need to correct Peter actually showcased his genuine love for him. If he hadn't cared, he would have let Peter persist in his mistaken ways, leading to a fate similar to Judas'. There is a clear emphasis on avoiding the apostate translation and its meaning, yet many seem to overlook the biblical foundation for the reasons NOT to follow the path of the fallen brethren or those with an apostate mentality. Those individuals have embraced the path of darkness, where the illuminating power of light cannot penetrate, to avoid receiving the righteous discipline based on God's Bible teachings. They are undoubtedly aware that this undeniable truth of life must be disregarded in order to uphold their baseless justifications for the unjust act of shunning. Can anyone truly "force" someone or stop them from rejecting a friend or family member? Such a notion would be absurd, considering the fact that we all have the power of free will. If a Witness decides to distance themselves from a family member or friend simply because they have come out as gay, who is anyone within the organization to question or challenge that personal sentiment? It is unfortunate that there are individuals, both within and outside the organization, who not only lack a proper understanding of the Bible but also dare to suggest that God's discipline is barbaric. We must remember that personal choices should be respected, and it is not for others to judge or condemn someone based on their sexual orientation but should be avoided under biblical grounds. No one should have the power to compel an individual to change their sexual orientation, nor should anyone be forced to accept someone for who they are. When it comes to a family's desire to shield their children from external influences, who has the right to challenge the parents' decision? And if a family's rejection of others is based on cultural factors rather than religious beliefs, who can impose religious judgment on them? Who should true followers of Christ follow? The words of God or those who believe they can change God's laws to fit their lives? How can we apply the inspired words of Paul from God to embrace the reality of God's discipline? On the contrary, how can nonconformists expect to persuade those with a "worldview" that their religious beliefs are unacceptable by ostracizing individuals, when God condemns homosexuality? This is precisely why the arguments put forth by ex-witnesses are lacking in their pursuit of justice. When they employ misguided tactics, justice remains elusive as their arguments are either weak or inconsistent with biblical standards. Therefore, it is crucial to also comprehend Paul's words in 1 Corinthians 9:27. The use of the word "shun" is being exaggerated and excessively condemned by those who reject biblical shunning as a form of punishment. Eph 5:3-14 NIV 3 But among you there must not be even a hint of sexual immorality, or of any kind of impurity, or of greed, because these are improper for God's holy people. 4 Nor should there be obscenity, foolish talk or coarse joking, which are out of place, but rather thanksgiving. 5 For of this you can be sure: No immoral, impure or greedy person — such a man is an idolater — has any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God.  6 Let no one deceive you with empty words, for because of such things God's wrath comes on those who are disobedient. 7 Therefore do not be partners with them.  8 For you were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Live as children of light 9 (for the fruit of the light consists in all goodness, righteousness and truth) 10 and find out what pleases the Lord. 11 Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them. 12 For it is shameful even to mention what the disobedient do in secret. 13 But everything exposed by the light becomes visible. The impact of the message becomes significantly stronger when we emphasize the importance of avoiding any association with unrighteousness and those who remain unrepentant. In fact, it becomes even more compelling when we witness how some individuals, who dismiss biblical shunning as a method of discipline, excessively criticize and condemn the use of the word "shun". Therefore, Jehovah's Witnesses do not shun people; instead, they choose to focus on the negative actions being committed, which is in accordance with biblical teachings. This should be construed as ex-Witness rhetoric. Now, let's consider why ex-Witnesses specifically target one particular religion. What justifications do they provide when other Christian denominations also adhere to the same principle grounded in the Bible? Chapter 1 - Preface Both must therefore test themselves: the one, if he is qualified to speak and leave behind him written records; the other, if he is in a right state to hear and read: as also some in the dispensation of the Eucharist, according to  custom enjoin that each one of the people individually should take his part. One's own conscience is best for choosing accurately or shunning. And its firm foundation is a right life, with suitable instruction. But the imitation of those who have already been proved, and who have led correct lives, is most excellent for the understanding and practice of the commandments. "So that whosoever shall eat the bread and drink the cup of the Lord unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and blood of the Lord. But let a man examine himself, and so let him eat of the bread and drink of the cup."  It therefore follows, that every one of those who undertake to promote the good of their neighbours, ought to consider whether he has betaken himself to teaching rashly and out of rivalry to any; if his communication of the word is out of vainglory; if the the only reward he reaps is the salvation of those who hear, and if he speaks not in order to win favour: if so, he who speaks by writings escapes the reproach of mercenary motives. "For neither at any time used we flattering words, as ye know," says the apostle, "nor a cloak of covetousness. God is witness. Nor of men sought we glory, neither of you, nor yet of others, when we might have been burdensome as the apostles of Christ. But we were gentle among you, even as a nurse cherisheth her children."   (from Ante-Nicene Fathers, Volume 2) Divine promises 2. The manner of shunning, in the word escaping. There is a flying away required, and that quickly, as in the plague, or from a fire which hath almost burned us, or a flood that breaketh in upon us. We cannot soon enough escape from sin (Matt 3:7; Heb 6:18). No motion but flight becomes us in this case. Doctrine: That the great end and effect of the promises of the gospel is to make us partakers of the Divine nature. (from The Biblical Illustrator)  
    • Clearly, they are already demanding your exile. Yes! It's unfortunate that Pudgy spoiled a great discussion about science. I hope the discussion can continue without any more nonsensical interruptions. Just a suggestion since they are on your heels. Wow! You speak! It seems you have a lot to say! Now they are going to treat like, who do you think you are, mister big stuff! Are those aliens now going to imply that anyone who speaks out against the five or six key contributors to this site will be treated as though it is George just because those in opposition speak the language they hate to hear, the TRUTH? They are seeking individuals who will embrace their nonconformist values and appreciate what they can offer in shaping public opinion contrary to the established agenda of God and Christ. Their goal is to enhance their writing abilities and avoid squandering time on frivolous pursuits, mainly arguing about the truth they don't care for. They see it all as a mere game, even when leading people astray. They believe they have every right to and will face no biblical repercussions, or so they believe. They just want to have fun just like that Cyndi Lauper song. Be prepared to be belittled and ridiculed, all the while they claim to be angels. Haha! By the way, please refrain from using the same language as George. They appear to believe that when others use the same words, it means they are the same person, and they emphasize this as if no one else is allowed to use similar grammar. It seems they think only they have the right to use the same or similar writing styles. Quite amusing, isn't it? See, what I just placed in bold, now I'm George, lol! Now, let's leave this nice science thread for people that want to know more about science. I believe George left it at "Zero Distance."  
    • Nice little thread you’ve got going here, SciTech. It would be a shame if something were to happen to it.
    • It's truly disheartening when someone who is supposed to be a friend of the exclusive group resorts to using profanity in their comments, just like other members claiming to be witnesses. It's quite a ludicrous situation for the public to witness.  Yet, the "defense" of such a person, continues. 
    • No. However, I would appreciate if you do not reveal to all and sundry the secret meeting place of the closed club. (I do feel someone bad stomping on Sci’s little thread. But I see that has already happened.)
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