COVID-19 ALERT:  Please note the following temporary changes in KMHS services until further notice:


New Clients:
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.

Current Clients:
Many appointments are currently conducted via phone only! If you are a current client and do not have a phone appointment scheduled with your clinician, please call 360-373-5031 to schedule your next appointment, or for more information.  You will also be asked if you have immediate needs to be addressed.

Other Information:
If you do not have a phone or if you are receiving an injection– please come to our main campus, located at 5455 Almira Drive, Bremerton. Office hours are Monday – Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. except for holidays.

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 come to our campus. Call 360-373-5031 to reschedule your office visit.   


The KMHS Youth Inpatient Unit is temporarily closed.  Please call the VOA Crisis Line at 1-888-910-0416 for youth who may be in need of Youth Inpatient Unit services.

ALL OTHER FACILITIES ARE OPEN: The KMHS Adult Inpatient Unit, The Kitsap County Crisis Triage Center, Pacific Hope and Recovery Center and the Keller House Residential Treatment Center are open for services. Clients and staff are checked daily for symptoms of COVID-19.

To reduce spread of COVID-19, no visitors are allowed at any of our Inpatient 24/7 facilities until further notice.


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.


If you or someone you know is in a behavioral health crisis, professionals answering the 24/7 Volunteers of America Crisis Call Line at 1-888-910-0416 provide a listening ear and will determine the level of crisis services needed. They will ensure that the help offered is appropriate for the crisis someone is experiencing. Dependent on the level of need, this may include dispatching the KMHS Designated Mobile Crisis Response Team for emergency assessment, including referrals to inpatient care, which may include, if necessary, involuntary detention in our evaluation and treatment center or other psychiatric facility or substance use treatment facility.  DCRs seek to assist people in crisis with the least restrictive services needed to support them in their recovery.