If you experiencing situational distress, call the crisis clinic. The Crisis Clinic of the peninsulas provides information & referral regarding social services for Kitsap or other local counties. The Crisis Clinic operators are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
We have identified the following community resources will provide localized support and services. Both, the local and favorite resources are not intended to be fully comprehensive, but to provide new brain injury survivors a place to start.
The BIAWA provides resources for basic needs, criminal justice/legal services, education, health care, income support/employment, individual/family life, and mental health/substance abuse. They also have regional resource managers to help.Visit Site
Jefferson Healthcare is a DNV accredited, fully integrated health care system. The hospital is a 25-bed, critical access hospital under CMS guidelines, with complete 24 hour coverage by a physician staff of hospitalists. Top rated services include: 24 hour emergency department, laboratory services, acute and intensive care units, family birth center, the latest in diagnostic imaging and a comprehensive array of respiratory, physical, speech and occupational rehabilitation therapies.Visit Site
The mission of the DD Advisory Board and the DD County Program is to assure that citizens with developmental disabilities in Jefferson County have the choice, opportunity and support to achieve full, active, and productive participation in community life.Visit Site
Discovery Behavior Healthcare (DBH) delivers behavior health and wellness programs to communities throughout East Jefferson County. We have been serving this community for over 25 years and we will continuing to serve this community for years to come.Visit Site
The Department of Health and Human Services offers aide in a variety of categories. They are: cash/food/medical, housing assistance, child support, vocational rehabilitation, adult care, mental health/substance abuse, and disability support.Visit Site
We promote and protect the human and civil rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, actively supporting their full inclusion so that they can live, learn, work, and play in the community – making the world a better place for us all.Visit Site
OlyCAP partners to lead and engage the community to promote self-reliance on behalf of those we serve while embracing innovation and collaboration with the determination and commitment to build a healthier communitVisit Site