Kitsap County - Senior Services

BREMERTON HOUSING AUTHORITY

(360) 479-3694

Website: www.bremertonhousing.org

 Housing for low-income senior or disabled persons. Housing is NOT immediate. Participant must submit

application and there is a sufficient waiting period.

CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES-Long Term Care

(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

CHUCKWAGON DINNERS MEALS ON WHEELS

(360) 377-8511

Hours: 9a.m.- 3p.m.

This 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.

CITY OF PORT ANGELES

(360) 457-0411

Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5.

City light gives senior's energy credit that meets the income guidelines and is not in subsidized housing.

Income is verified before credit is given. Call to apply.

COLUMBIA (LEGAL SERVICES)

 (206) 464-1122 statewide: (800) 542-0794

Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5

Website: www.columbialegal.org

 A 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.

COPES SERVICES-DSHS

KITSAP COUNTY (800) 422-7114

CLALLAM COUNTY (360) 565-2161 or (360) 374-6193

Hours: Monday-Friday 8 to 5:00

Copes 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.

DIVISION OF AGING AND LONG-TERM CARE/CAREGIVER SUPPORT CENTER

9729 Silverdale Way

(360) 337-5700 or (800) 562-6418

Hours: Monday-Friday 9-4:30

Uses 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.

HOME-HELPERS HOTLINE CARE (LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES)

(360) 377-5511 or (800) 378-5771 (Kitsap County)

Hours: Monday Friday 8-4:30

Designed 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.

KITSAP COMMUNITY RESOURCES

(360) 377-0053 or (800) 338-3363

Low-income housing and energy assistance for the elderly, low income and handicapped. Housing NOT

immediate. Participant needs to call for more program information.

KITSAP COUNTY CONSOLIDATED HOUSING AUTHORITY

(360) 692-5596

Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30

Website: www.kccha.com

Provides housing for low-income people. Must meet guidelines to qualify. NOT emergency housing or immediate placement.

Participant needs to call to get an application or for information.

KlTSAP JOB TRAINING CENTER (WORKSOURCE KITSAP COUNTY)

1300 Sylvan Way, Bremerton

(360) 337-4810

Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5

Provides job training and placement assistance for persons 22 years old and over. Programs for placing persons in a work experience

job and the JTC will pay 50% of the wages, Dislocated Worker Program, Youth Training projects during the summer, and Senior Programs.

Applicants must be low-income, Kitsap County residents and 22 years old and over. They can provide tuition assistance, on the job training,

work and other services with job seeking.

MARSHA CALDWELL CONSULTING

PO BOX 340 Tracyton

(360) 405-1030

Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5pm

Help 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.

MEDICARE HOTLINE

(800) 562-3022

Hours: Monday-Friday 7-6pm

Website: www.medicare.com

 Medicare 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.

MIRACLE ON WHEELS

(800) 749- 8778

Website: www.durablemedical.com

 Some senior citizens 65 and older may qualify for a free or low-cost power wheelchair.

SENIOR INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE/KITSAP DIVISION ON AGING

(360) 337-5700 or (800) 562-6418

Hours: Monday-Friday 9-4:30

Clallam County: (800) 801-0070 Hours: Monday-Friday 9-12, 1-4pm

Information 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 I or unable to care for themselves. Senior I & A can make

referrals to KMHS for mental health services for geriatric clients.

SENIOR INFORMATION

(888) 435-3377

This program helps you find the service that will best fit your needs 

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

9594 Mickel berry Rd NW, Silverdale (across from Albertsons)

(800) 772-1213 or (360) 692-5540

Hotline open until 7p.m

Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 9-4, Thursday 9-5:30

Website: www.socialsecurity.gov

 Provides 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