Everyone deserves decent, safe and affordable housing.
In partnership with community landlords, Kitsap Mental Health Services provides housing to more than 100 KMHS clients each night.
Residences—apartments and homes located throughout Kitsap County—enable KMHS adult clients to live independently in the community while still receiving responsive, wraparound care. KMHS’ supportive housing—made available through referral by KMHS treatment providers—combines affordable housing with the services needed for people to live healthy, productive lives.
We’re expanding our housing as we construct Pendleton Place, a 72-unit apartment complex, designed to serve people experiencing homelessness and living with mental health, substance use disorders or other chronic health conditions. Learn More >
Half of all mental health disorders show first signs before a person turns 14 years old, and three quarters of mental health disorders begin before age 24.