72 Unit Permanent Supportive Apartment Complex Construction Underway
Pendleton Place is the first large permanent supportive housing apartment complex for Kitsap County adult residents with chronic mental illness and chronic substance use at increased risk of homelessness. Repeatedly, permanent supported housing has been shown to bring stability and increased opportunities to engage in treatment, healthcare and employment services that is literally life changing.
Pendleton Place was named in honor of Lloyd Pendleton, a nationally known advocate for ending homelessness. In 2016, Lloyd met with Kitsap area organizations and community members and though he has since passed away, his visit inspired the action necessary to initiate creation of Pendleton Place. With our gratitude to Lloyd and the enthusiastic support of our community, Pendleton Place will make it possible for 72 of our community members in need of permanent supportive housing to have a place of their own to call home.
You Can Help Welcome Pendleton Place Residents Home!
Welcome Baskets filled with kitchen and bath needs are being created by the League of Women Voters of Kitsap County to greet and gift new residents when Pendleton Place opens March 2022. From utensils to towels, you can help by donating funds to this wonderful project!
Click here to donate online. Please choose the “Pendleton Place Welcome Baskets” option for your donation designation.
Prefer to donate by check? Please make your check payable to Kitsap Mental Health Services, noting “Pendleton Place Welcome Baskets” in the memo line, and mail to:
Kitsap Mental Health Services
Attn: Development and Community Relations
5455 Almira Drive NE
Bremerton, WA 98311
Interested in Pendleton Place Residency?
Pendleton Place will provide permanent supportive housing for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness and living with mental health and/or substance use disorders. Prospective tenants MUST make application through the Housing Solutions Center and meet income and background check requirements. Please note, there will not be a waiting list for residency at Pendleton Place. This fall, KMHS will review the list of individuals meeting screening criteria and reach out to them directly to inquire if they are interested in being considered for tenancy. Final tenant selection will be based on a variety of factors including the length of their experience with homelessness and the acuity of their individual mental illness, substance use disorder and other disabling conditions.
For questions regarding Pendleton Place, please contact us at CommunityRelations@kmhs.org.
Thank you to our Partners and Funders who make this project possible!