Kitsap County - Housing Information

ADULT FAMILY Housing-DSHS

4710 Auto Center Way, Bremerton

(360) 473-2200

Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5

Provides low-cost homes, throughout the county, to be rented by developmentally/physically disabled or elderly adults.

Anyone 18 years or older, elderly or disabled can apply. Successful applicants placed onto a waiting list.

 

AGAPE UNLIMITED/ Syphus II Housing

5464 Kitsap Way

(360) 373-1529

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9-5, Friday 9-1 by appointment only.

State funded Transitional Housing Facility that provides a sober living environment for single men or women and their

children while participating in treatment. They must be in treatment, either with them or another agency. They can be pregnant

or parenting a child under the age of 13 or have CPS involvement. They must have funding or be eligible for funding from the state

(SSI, TANF, GAU ADATSA) or working. Clients do pay rent.

 

BREMERTON HOUSING AUTHORITY

4040 Wheaton Way Bremerton

Phone/TDD: (360) 479-3694

Hours: Monday- Friday 8-4 p.m.

Website: www.bremertonbousing.org

 Housing for all low-income persons and families who qualify. Income guidelines are used to determine eligibility.

Placement in housing is not immediate. Qualified applicants placed onto a waiting list. Participant has to obtain an application.

Applications available at the Bremerton Housing Authority and other community agencies.

 

BENEDICT HOUSE

Contact person: Carol Brown

2525 6th St., Suite D. Bremerton

Phone: 360-405-9486 or l-866-246-3642

A group residential facility, with enriched supportive services,

serving chronic and low-income homeless men in Kitsap County.

 

BREMERTON PROBATION DEPARTMENT

239 4'" Street. Bremerton

(360) 473-5238

Hours: Monday-Thursday 10:30-4pm, Friday 10:30-3:30

The probation department works with people sentenced to probation by the court. They help arrange drug or alcohol assessment if needed.

They also assist with finding halfway-house lodging or just lodging. Their focus is to assist the individual in order to stay on track and out of

old patterns that lead to law violations.

 

BURWELL HOUSE/KITSAP MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

1724 Burwell St., Bremerton

360-373-1575

Hours: 24 Hours

This is transitional housing for mental health clients recently released from in-patient hospitalization and are returning to the community

and still need 24 hour care: socialization skills, living skills and associated issues.

 

COBB CENTER (Children's Home Society)

106) 695-3200 or (800) 456-3339

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30-5

Website: www.childrenshomesociety.org

 Cobb Center hosts a number of family services supporting you with: Advocacy, Adoption, Early Learning, Child and Family counseling,

 Family Support, Kinship Care Therapeutic Foster Care.

 

FAMILY SELF-SUFFIENCY (WEST PARK COMMUNITY CENTER)

Website: www.bremertonhousing.org

 Provides case management, education, training, employment and emergency assistance to families residing in Bremerton Housing Authority's

subsidized housing with the goal of achieving self-reliance for these families. Interested individuals are encouraged to call for details,

restrictions and more detailed program information. 

 

HOUSING AUTHORITY OF MASON COUNTY (Community Action Council)

 (360) 426-9726 ext. 106

 Hours: Monday- Friday 9-3

 Provides housing (not immediate shelter) for low-income individuals and families.

People must apply and meet low income qualifications.

 

KITSAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES

1201 Park Ave., Bremerton

(360) 377-0053

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00- 4:30.

Website: www.kcr.org

 Emergency & Transitional Housing programs 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 dental payments

when funds are available. 

KITSAP COUNTY CONSOLIDATED HOUSING AUTHORITY

9307 Bay Shore Dr. NW, Silverdale

(360) 535-6100 or (800) 693-7070 x. 6139

First time Home Buyers: 535-6153

Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30

Website: www.kccha.org

 Public 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 (535-6153).

LONG TERM CARE (AGING AND DISABILITY SERVICES)

4710 Auto Center Way, Bremerton

(360) 473-2299

Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5

Website: www.aashaweb/dshs.com

 Provides low-cost homes, throughout the county, to be rented by developmentally/physically disabled or elderly adults.

Anyone 18 years or older, elderly or disabled can apply.

MAX HALE CENTER

285 5th St., Suite 1, Bremerton

(360) 792-2117

Hours: M-F 9am-5pm

The Center offers 33 units of single room occupancy (SRO) housing for homeless single adults, as well as 14 studios,

4 one-bedroom and I two-bedroom units for individuals and families at or below 50% of median income.

THIS IS NOT A SHELTER.

OLY CAP (OLYMPIC COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM)

(360) 452-2023

Low-income individuals may apply for assistance with housing programs (weatherization). Participants need to call the office for more details.

This program is for Jefferson and Clallam counties.

OXFORD HOUSE OF WASHINGTON/WHEATON HOUSE

Location Confidential

(360) 373-2493 or (360) 850-1056 Hotline

Hours: 8AM-8PM

This house is for men who have been clean and sober for at least 30 days. They must sign a contract that covers 3 months.

There are deposit and monthly fees. There is a zero tolerance policy here. If a participant is interested, they need to call for an interview.

THIS IS NOT A SHELTER.

PENINSULA WORK RELEASE

1340 Lloyd Parkway, Port Orchard

(360) 895-6158.

Provides people who are within six months of release from prison a place to live while they learn how to function normally in society.

They use therapeutic methods to make the transition easier.

SEATTLE EMERGENCY HOUSING SERVICE

(206)-568-7841 leave a message

Website: www.ywcaworks.org

 SEHS provides free, on-site resources to help families. Each family in our program is assigned a case manager

who meets regularly with them. Families also have access to a food bank, clothing, house wares and transportation assistance.

Partner agencies provide on-site mental health, alcohol and substance abuse counseling, employment services and legal assistance

and a preschool and day care. SEHS also accepts donated cars, trucks, RV's, boats and motorcycles. Free towing is available in most areas.

Call or visit their website for further information.

STRALEY HOUSE

5602 15th Ave. N.E., Seattle 98105

(206) 526-9637

Aids young adults (18-21) in their transition towards independent living. Must be willing to maintain employment, complete high school

and dedicate to saving money. Length of stays 6-18 months. One third of their income goes to rent. They cannot have any drug/alcohol

problems or mental illness.

SUBSIDIZED SENIOR HOUSING

Senior Housing on an income-based rate:

Charter House: 360-377-0808,

Bremerton. Conifer Ridge: 360-871-2869,

South Park Apts. 360-871-3666.

Viewmont East: 360-895-1454,

Port Orchard. Virginia Villa: 206-842-5482,

Winslow Arms: 206-842-3611,

Bainbridge Island. Call the numbers above for more information.