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COVID-19 ALERT: Please note the following temporary changes in KMHS services until further notice:
New Clients wishing to begin services can temporarily call in and conduct their screening and intake over the phone. Please call 360-405-4010 for more information.
The KMHS Youth Inpatient Unit is temporarily closed. Please call the VOA Crisis Line at 1-888-910-1416 for youth who may be in need of Youth Inpatient Unit services.
The KMHS Records Department is experiencing many requests for records. We appreciate your patience as staff work diligently to prioritize and respond to requests as quickly as possible.
Did you know that KMHS provides compassionate, expert treatment to more than 6,500 people annually—including children, teens, families and adults of all ages? It’s true. Our mental health and substance use treatment programs are carefully tailored to the unique needs of each person we serve and are designed with recovery in mind. We know from experience that mental illnesses and substance use disorders are treatable and return to a full, vibrant life is possible. We also know that early identification and care is vitally important.
If you have concerning symptoms of illness such as a fever, cough, or shortness of breath and think you may have Coronavirus or COVID-19, please do NOT show up to your scheduled appointment. Call 360-373-5031 to reschedule your appointment. You will be asked if you have immediate needs to be addressed.
Just walk into our Bremerton campus at 5455 Almira Drive NE for your first appointment, or call 360-405-4010 for more information about how to access our services. Walk-in hours are between 8 am – 4 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and 9:30 am – 4 pm on Thursday. If you have concerning symptoms of illness such as a fever, cough, or shortness of breath please do not come in until you are well. If your need is urgent, please call the VOA Crisis Line at 1-888-910-0416.
Please note: No Visitors are allowed on our campus at this time to reduce community spread of COVID-19.
One in five Americans will experience some type of mental illness during their lifetime.