Kitsap Mental Health Services (KMHS) is pleased to announce building of a 74-unit supported housing apartment complex in Bremerton. A mix of studio and one-bedroom apartments will offer a staff supported housing environment 24/7 for Kitsap residents living with severe, persistent mental illness, substance use disorders and other disabling conditions and experiencing chronic homelessness.
KMHS and the Bremerton Housing Authority (BHA) have come together to build the new apartment complex in recognition of the increasing numbers of vulnerable persons living without a place to call home, and the knowledge that when people have a home, their health and well-being improves. KMHS will own and manage the apartments. Through KMHS and community partners, residents will have access to services including behavioral health and primary care, employment, and life skills training.
The facility will be located on a 1.66 acre site on Kitsap Way, zoned for commercial use and located in an area that the City of Bremerton has designated for the development of affordable housing. To learn more about the Apartment Complex, scheduled for completion Fall 2021, click into the following items below:
Kitsap Mental Health Services' mission is to offer hope to people of all ages through comprehensive,
recovery-oriented behavioral healthcare.
KMHS is a private, not-for-profit community mental health center that provides both mental health and behavioral health care services to children, families, adults and seniors in Kitsap County.
Through comprehensive inpatient and outpatient programs, individualized
and tailored care is provided to individuals affected by mental illness.
Services are designed to help consumers function as independently as
possible. This includes linking consumers with natural supports in the
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