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North Kitsap Fishline

Address:
787 NW Liberty Rd
Poulsbo, WA 98370

Map & Directions

(16 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(360) 779-5190

Website:
http://www.nkfishline.org

Services:
Fishline has limited resources to provide emergency help for clients living in North Kitsap (Poulsbo, Keyport, Suquamish, Kingston, Hansville, or Indianola area) with home utility bills, rental assistance, 1st months rent, and emergency shelter through Housing Solutions Center. Provides referral services for those needing more extensive assistance. Other services may include: transportation help for urgent medical appointments, bus tokens, emergency clothing, and prescription assistance vouchers.

Eligibility:
North Kitsap residents or homeless individuals living in Poulsbo, Keyport, Suquamish, Kingston, Hansville, or Indianola area (98345, 98370, 98392, 98346, 98342, 98340 zip codes) only. ID and proof of current address such as an electric bill required.


American Legion

Address:
19068 Jensen Way NE
Poulsbo, WA 98370

Map & Directions

(16 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(360) 779-5456

Website:
http://alpost245.org

Services:
Washington State law and the Kitsap County code have established the Veterans Assistance Fund as a steady source of tax dollars to be utilized for the needs of indigent veterans and their families. A portion of property tax collected in Kitsap County is earmarked for the VAF. The overall goal is to assist all veterans-in-the-need back into mainstream society by ensuring they understand all the programs available to them. Temporary emergency assistance is available for: Rental and mortgage assistance Energy or utilities assistance Food assistance Transportation assistance Medical and prescription coverage Burial or cremation assistance Auto repair Appliance repair Clothing

Eligibility:
In order to be eligible applicants must have served honorably at least 180 days active duty, or be an immediate family member. Applicants with an other than honorable discharge are not eligible. Applicant must be a resident of Washington State for at least 1 year and a resident of Kitsap County. Documentation required includes: DD214 or Statement of Service. If you donít have either, call the VA office at 360.782.9900 for assistance. Discharge certificate for WWII veterans. Proof of Kitsap County residency at time of application and 12 consecutive months residency in Washington state. Photo ID such as drivers license, state ID, passport. Proof of registration with the Washington State Job Service Veterans Section obtainable at the WorkSource Center, 1300 Sylvan Way, in east Bremerton (across the street from the Kitsap Library). Those on disability are exempt. If married, marriage certificate, and birth certificate or adoption papers of dependent children. Income verification that demonstrates need of assistance (pay stubs, tax return, unemployment check stubs, etc.) Rental assistance requests: Copy of rental agreement/lease, plus written documentation such as late rent notice or eminent eviction. Hand written notes are not acceptable. Applicants must be able to demonstrate how they are going to pay future rent.


A belief is not merely an idea the mind possesses; it is an idea that possesses the mind.

-- Robert Bolton

St. Vincent de Paul Society

Address:
1117 N Callow Ave
Bremerton, WA 98312

Map & Directions

(16 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(360) 479-7017

Website:
http://www.svdpusa.org/

Services:
Provides limited financial help on a case-by-case basis for assistance including rent and utilities, food handler cards, cremation assistance, birth certificates, and at times limited bus tokens. Call Mondays.

Eligibility:
Limited financial assistance for those residing in the Bremerton School District area and Silverdale.


The Housing Solutions Center

Address:
1201 Park Ave
Bremerton, WA 98337

Map & Directions

(16 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(360) 473-2035

Website:
http://www.kcr.org/housing_services.htm

Services:
Determines eligibility and manages the intake for deposit assistance or eviction prevention funds. Financial assistance is limited to once per year to pay a deposit to get a homeless person re-housed, or to prevent an eviction.

Eligibility:
For Kitsap County residents.


VFW Post 239

Address:
190 Dora Ave
Bremerton, WA 98312

Map & Directions

(16 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(360) 377-6739

Website:
http://www.vfw.org

Services:
Washington State law and the Kitsap County code have established the Veterans Assistance Fund as a steady source of tax dollars to be utilized for the needs of indigent veterans and their families. A portion of property tax collected in Kitsap County is earmarked for the VAF. The overall goal is to assist all veterans-in-the-need back into mainstream society by ensuring they understand all the programs available to them. Temporary emergency assistance is available for: Rental and mortgage assistance Energy or utilities assistance Food assistance Transportation assistance Medical and prescription coverage Burial or cremation assistance Auto repair Appliance repair Clothing

Eligibility:
In order to be eligible applicants must have served honorably at least 180 days active duty, or be an immediate family member. Applicants with an other than honorable discharge are not eligible. Applicant must be a resident of Washington State for at least 1 year and a resident of Kitsap County. Documentation required includes: DD214 or Statement of Service. If you donít have either, call the VA office at 360.782.9900 for assistance. Discharge certificate for WWII veterans. Proof of Kitsap County residency at time of application and 12 consecutive months residency in Washington state. Photo ID such as drivers license, state ID, passport. Proof of registration with the Washington State Job Service Veterans Section obtainable at the WorkSource Center, 1300 Sylvan Way, in east Bremerton (across the street from the Kitsap Library). Those on disability are exempt. If married, marriage certificate, and birth certificate or adoption papers of dependent children. Income verification that demonstrates need of assistance (pay stubs, tax return, unemployment check stubs, etc.) Rental assistance requests: Copy of rental agreement/lease, plus written documentation such as late rent notice or eminent eviction. Hand written notes are not acceptable. Applicants must be able to demonstrate how they are going to pay future rent.


Disabled American Veterans

Address:
2315 Burwell St
Bremerton, WA 98312

Map & Directions

(16 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(360) 373-2397

Website:
http://www.davmembersportal.org/chapters/wa/05/default.aspx

Services:
Washington State law and the Kitsap County code have established the Veterans Assistance Fund as a steady source of tax dollars to be utilized for the needs of indigent veterans and their families. A portion of property tax collected in Kitsap County is earmarked for the VAF. The overall goal is to assist all veterans-in-the-need back into mainstream society by ensuring they understand all the programs available to them. Temporary emergency assistance is available for: Rental and mortgage assistance Energy or utilities assistance Food assistance Transportation assistance Medical and prescription coverage Burial or cremation assistance Auto repair Appliance repair Clothing

Eligibility:
In order to be eligible applicants must have served honorably at least 180 days active duty, or be an immediate family member. Applicants with an other than honorable discharge are not eligible. Applicant must be a resident of Washington State for at least 1 year and a resident of Kitsap County. Documentation required includes: DD214 or Statement of Service. If you donít have either, call the VA office at 360.782.9900 for assistance. Discharge certificate for WWII veterans. Proof of Kitsap County residency at time of application and 12 consecutive months residency in Washington state. Photo ID such as drivers license, state ID, passport. Proof of registration with the Washington State Job Service Veterans Section obtainable at the WorkSource Center, 1300 Sylvan Way, in east Bremerton (across the street from the Kitsap Library). Those on disability are exempt. If married, marriage certificate, and birth certificate or adoption papers of dependent children. Income verification that demonstrates need of assistance (pay stubs, tax return, unemployment check stubs, etc.) Rental assistance requests: Copy of rental agreement/lease, plus written documentation such as late rent notice or eminent eviction. Hand written notes are not acceptable. Applicants must be able to demonstrate how they are going to pay future rent.


The wages of sin are death, but by the time taxes are taken out, it's just sort of a tired feeling.

-- Paula Poundstone

Seattle Rental Assistance

Address:

Seattle,

Website:
https://seattlerentalassistance.org

Services:
Provides information about rental assistance and referrals to agencies that provide rental assistance in the Seattle area and surrounding communities.

Area Served:
Seattle and surrounding communities


Helpline House

Address:
282 Knechtel Way NE
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Map & Directions

(20 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(206) 842-7621

Website:
http://www.helplinehouse.org

Services:
Washington State law and the Kitsap County code have established the Veterans Assistance Fund as a steady source of tax dollars to be utilized for the needs of indigent veterans and their families. A portion of property tax collected in Kitsap County is earmarked for the VAF. The overall goal is to assist all veterans-in-the-need back into mainstream society by ensuring they understand all the programs available to them. ####Temporary emergency assistance is available for: - Rental and mortgage assistance - Energy or utilities assistance - Food assistance - Auto repair - Appliance repair - Clothing

Eligibility:
In order to be eligible applicants must have served honorably at least 180 days active duty, or be an immediate family member. Applicants with an other than honorable discharge are not eligible. Applicant must be a resident of Washington State for at least 1 year and a resident of Kitsap County for 3 months. ####Documentation required includes: - DD214 or Statement of Service. If you donít have either, call the VA office at 360.782.9900 for assistance. Discharge certificate for WWII veterans. - Proof of Kitsap County residency for 3 months at time of application and 12 consecutive months residency in Washington state. - Photo ID such as drivers license, state ID, passport. - Proof of registration with the Washington State Job Service Veterans Section obtainable at the WorkSource Center, 1300 Sylvan Way, in east Bremerton (across the street from the Kitsap Library). Those on disability are exempt. - If married, marriage certificate, and birth certificate or adoption papers of dependent children. - Income verification that demonstrates need of assistance (pay stubs, tax return, unemployment check stubs, etc.) - Rental assistance requests: Copy of rental agreement/lease, plus written documentation such as late rent notice or eminent eviction. - Hand written notes are not acceptable. Applicants must be able to demonstrate how they are going to pay future rent.


Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have tried is the true failure.

-- George E. Woodberry

VFW Post 2669

Address:
3100 Mile Hill Dr
Port Orchard, WA 98366

Map & Directions

(20 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(360) 876-2669

Website:
http://www.vfw.org

Services:
Washington State law and the Kitsap County code have established the Veterans Assistance Fund as a steady source of tax dollars to be utilized for the needs of indigent veterans and their families. A portion of property tax collected in Kitsap County is earmarked for the VAF. The overall goal is to assist all veterans-in-the-need back into mainstream society by ensuring they understand all the programs available to them. Temporary emergency assistance is available for: Rental and mortgage assistance Energy or utilities assistance Food assistance Transportation assistance Medical and prescription coverage Burial or cremation assistance Auto repair Appliance repair Clothing

Eligibility:
In order to be eligible applicants must have served honorably at least 180 days active duty, or be an immediate family member. Applicants with an other than honorable discharge are not eligible. Applicant must be a resident of Washington State for at least 1 year and a resident of Kitsap County. Documentation required includes: DD214 or Statement of Service. If you donít have either, call the VA office at 360.782.9900 for assistance. Discharge certificate for WWII veterans. Proof of Kitsap County residency at time of application and 12 consecutive months residency in Washington state. Photo ID such as drivers license, state ID, passport. Proof of registration with the Washington State Job Service Veterans Section obtainable at the WorkSource Center, 1300 Sylvan Way, in east Bremerton (across the street from the Kitsap Library). Those on disability are exempt. If married, marriage certificate, and birth certificate or adoption papers of dependent children. Income verification that demonstrates need of assistance (pay stubs, tax return, unemployment check stubs, etc.) Rental assistance requests: Copy of rental agreement/lease, plus written documentation such as late rent notice or eminent eviction. Hand written notes are not acceptable. Applicants must be able to demonstrate how they are going to pay future rent.


Concerned Citizens

Address:
51 Chimacum Rd
Port Hadlock, WA 98339

Map & Directions

(26 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(360) 379-1315

Website:
http://www.concernedcitizenspnw.org

Services:
Provides shelter and housing assistance including rental assistance, deposit assistance, background check clearance, application fees, and connections to landlords and housing services.

Eligibility:
Call for more information.


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