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APPROVED IN 2020 FOR THE 2021 FUNDING YEAR

Make your selection between Continuation Grants and New Grants

Continuation Grants

Agape Unlimited

AIMS (Agape Integrated Mental Health Services) – Grant funds will establish the AIMS program, which is a partnership between Agape Unlimited and Peninsula Community Health Services that will provide co-occurring disorder services to sixty (60) youth and adults in one location, preventing barriers that prevent engagement into services or program failure.

 

Aging and Long-Term Care

Partners in Memory Care – Grant funds will provide dementia-friendly supports, strategies and consultation for challenging behaviors in order to prevent and delay institutionalizations and preserve placements.

 

The Coffee Oasis

Homeless Youth Intervention - Grant funds will support intervention and outreach to four hundred thirty (430) homeless youth struggling with substance abuse and mental illness and connect them to services that will provide opportunities for restoration with their families and community.

 

Kitsap Community Resources

Recovery Outreach and Stabilization Team (ROAST) – Grant funds will establish ROAST and provide housing stabilization support to three hundred thirty (330) adults with behavioral health needs.  Services will include outreach, rental assistance, eviction prevention, rapid rehousing, case management, housing stabilization, crisis intervention and mental health referrals for individuals and families who are struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues. 

 

Kitsap County District Court

Behavioral Health Court – Grant funds will provide two Behavioral Health Specialist, one Compliance Specialist and dedicated public defense to the growing number of participants in Behavioral Health Court.

 

Kitsap Juvenile Court Services

Enhancements for Juvenile Therapeutic Courts - Grant funds will improve the continuity of treatment services to participants in the Individualized Treatment Court by establishing a dedicated behavioral health specialist to serve all participants and establish a full-time Therapeutic Court Case Monitor. 

 

Kitsap County Prosecuting Attorney's Office

Therapeutic Courts Alternative to Prosecution - Grant funds will support their rapidly increasing role in all five Therapeutic Courts.  Funds would provide 2 full-time Deputy Prosecuting Attorneys and one full-time Legal Assistant to support the growth of all five Therapeutic Courts.  

 

Kitsap County Sheriff's Office

Crisis Intervention Officer – Grant funds will establish a Crisis Intervention Coordinator to coordinate the patrol/field response to providing essential services to two hundred (200) members of the community who suffer from behavioral health issues.  The Coordinator will collaborate with local service providers to help those with the greatest need obtain behavioral health services.

 

Kitsap County Sheriff's Office

Reentry Officer and Coordinator - Grant funds will fund a Reentry Officer and Reentry Coordinator to collaborate with the current services that are being provided in the jail, and also add services that are currently not being provided.

 

Kitsap County Sheriff's Office

Crisis Intervention and Triage for Law Enforcement - Grant funds will provide funding for training for commissioned law enforcement officers in Kitsap County in Crisis Intervention/Triage.  The training will also provide 40-hour Crisis Intervention Training and Enhanced Training for Crisis Intervention Officers (CIOs). 

 

Kitsap County Superior Court

Adult Drug Court Expansion - Grant funds will expand the capacity of the Adult Felony Drug Court from 100 participants to 150 participants.  Expansion also includes mental health screening, assessment and counseling, and behavioral compliance tools.

 

Kitsap County Superior Court

Veterans Treatment Court - Grant funds will support the Veterans Court Treatment Track, designed to serve up to 25 veterans engaged in the criminal justice system due to co-occurring substance abuse and/or mental health issues.

 

Kitsap Public Health District

Improving Health and Resiliency of High Risk Mothers and their Children - Grant funds will support evidenced-based nurse home visiting program (Nurse Family Partnership) for first time, low-income moms and their babies and adds a bilingual Community Health Worker (CHW) to the Parent Child Health Team to provide outreach and case management to high risk, low-income pregnant women. 

 

Olympic Educational Service District 114

School Based Behavioral Health Enhancement Project - Grant funds will provide school-based behavioral health services for both mental health and substance abuse in targeted high risk elementary, middle and high schools.

 

West Sound Treatment Center

New Start (Jail Transition Services) - Grant funds will provide Substance Use Disorder Assessments, Court-ordered Assessments, Treatment, Life-Skill Building and Re-entry services at the Kitsap County Jail as well as housing, case management and supportive services for 16 men and women through the New Start men and women's houses. 


New Grant

Agape Unlimited

Substance Abuse Treatment Program - Grant funds will provide capital improvements for the Agape Unlimited Substance Use Disorder Program serving seven hundred and fifty (750) adults.  Capital improvements for the interior and exterior deterioration that will need to be repaired or replaced.

 

City of Bremerton

Behavioral Health Outreach - Grant funds will provide the Bremerton Police Department with an imbedded mental health specialist who will work to connect individuals with mental health and/or substance use disorders to needed services to reduce law enforcement and emergency services responses.  The Navigator will co-respond with officers and will provide outreach after police contact. 

 

City of Poulsbo      

Kitsap County Fire CARES Program - Grant funds will provide Kitsap Fire CARES mobile unit based at Poulsbo Fire Department.  The CARES Unit will be staffed by a crisis intervention officer and a behavioral health professional who will respond to situations involving behavioral health issues (including mental illness, substance use, overdose, and suicidality). 

 

Kitsap Homes of Compassion

Permanent Supportive Housing - Grant funds will provide mental health and substance abuse disorder services to Kitsap Homes of Compassion residents who are not currently receiving mental health services.  The project includes adding 2.5 FTEs for 2 case managers and 1 licensed Mental Health Professionals, employed and managed by the licensed mental health provider.

 

Kitsap Rescue Mission

Coordinated Care in Homeless Shelter- Grant funds will provide on-site behavioral health services by a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Substance Use Disorder Professional at the shelter.  This Integrated care model blends the expertise of mental health, substance use, and primary care and creates a team-based approach to assist the patient with their overall health needs. 

 

Kitsap Community Foundation

Kitsap Strong - Grant funds will provide intensive training (RISE Training) for 60 mentors led by Kitsap Strong and XParenting, followed by a 9-month Community of Practice (COP).  Three cohorts of up to 20 mentors will participate in an initial training and will be invited to continue meeting with cohort members in the COP sessions. 

 

Scarlet Road

Housing Support for Victims of Human Trafficking - Grant funds will provide flexible rental assistance program for adult victims of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation in Kitsap County.  This program will incorporate flexible rental assistance and intensive case management to empower survivors facing complex mental health substance abuse challenges to achieve stable housing.

 

Peninsula Community Health Services

Stand by Me – Grant funds will provide coordinated care to diverse patients who are experiencing homelessness, have co-morbid physical health conditions and are struggling with mental health issues and substance use and have trouble accessing traditional care and connecting to social services.


APPROVED IN 2019 FOR THE 2020 FUNDING YEAR

Make your selection between Continuation Grants and New Grants

Continuation Grants

Aging and Long-Term Care

Partners in Memory Care – Grant funds will provide dementia-friendly supports, strategies and consultation for challenging behaviors in order to prevent and delay institutionalizations and preserve placements.

Bremerton School District

Social and Emotional Learning – Grant funds will provide a comprehensive, evidence-based, social and emotional teaching and learning system within the Bremerton School District using Restorative Justice Practices that integrates Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Washington State social and emotional learning standards.

 

City of Poulsbo      

Behavioral Health Outreach - Grant funds will provide Behavioral Health Outreach Services staffed by three Behavioral Health (BH) Navigators to serve adults with a mental illness or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders who are charged with minor, non-violent crimes throughout Kitsap County or are identified as at-risk of arrest or crisis.

 

The Coffee Oasis

Homeless Youth Intervention - Grant funds will support intervention and outreach to homeless youth struggling with substance abuse and mental illness and connect them to services that will provide opportunities for restoration with their families and community.

 

Kitsap County District Court

Behavioral Health Court – Grant funds will provide two Behavioral Health Specialist, one Compliance Specialist and dedicated public defense to the growing number of participants in Behavioral Health Court.

 

Kitsap Juvenile Court Services

Enhancements for Juvenile Therapeutic Courts - Grant funds will improve the continuity of treatment services to participants in the Individualized Treatment Court by establishing a dedicated behavioral health specialist to serve all participants and establish a full-time Therapeutic Court Case Monitor. 

 

Kitsap County Prosecuting Attorney's Office

Therapeutic Courts Alternative to Prosecution - Grant funds will support their rapidly increasing role in all five Therapeutic Courts.  Funds would provide 2 full-time Deputy Prosecuting Attorneys and one full-time Legal Assistant to support the growth of all five Therapeutic Courts.  

 

Kitsap County Sheriff's Office

Reentry Officer and Coordinator - Grant funds will fund a Reentry Officer and Reentry Coordinator to collaborate with the current services that are being provided in the jail, and also add services that are currently not being provided.

 

Kitsap County Sheriff's Office

Crisis Intervention and Triage for Law Enforcement - Grant funds will provide funding for training for commissioned law enforcement officers in Kitsap County in Crisis Intervention/Triage.  The training will also provide 40-hour Crisis Intervention Training and Enhanced Training for Crisis Intervention Officers (CIOs). 

 

Kitsap County Superior Court

Adult Drug Court Expansion - Grant funds will expand the capacity of the Adult Felony Drug Court from 100 participants to 150 participants.  Expansion also includes mental health screening, assessment and counseling; and behavioral compliance tools.

 

Kitsap County Superior Court

Veterans Treatment Court - Grant funds will support the Veterans Court Treatment Track, designed to serve up to 25 veterans engaged in the criminal justice system due to co-occurring substance abuse and/or mental health issues.

 

Kitsap Public Health District

Crisis Response and Coordinated Care Demonstration Project (Kitsap Connects) – Grant funds will support a multi-disciplinary, mobile outreach team to intervene with adults who are experiencing (or are at risk of) mental illness, chemical dependency, physical illnesses, and homelessness and includes intensive care coordination services.

 

Kitsap Public Health District

Improving Health and Resiliency of High Risk Mothers and their Children - Grant funds will support evidenced-based nurse home visiting program (Nurse Family Partnership) for first time, low-income moms and their babies and adds a bilingual Community Health Worker (CHW) to the Parent Child Health Team to provide outreach and case management to high risk, low-income pregnant women. 

 

Olympic Educational Service District 114

School Based Behavioral Health Enhancement Project - Grant funds will provide school-based behavioral health services for both mental health and substance abuse in targeted high risk elementary, middle and high schools.

 

West Sound Treatment Center

New Start (Jail Transition Services) - Grant funds will provide Substance Use Disorder Assessments, Court-ordered Assessments, Treatment, Life-Skill Building and Re-entry services at the Kitsap County Jail as well as housing, case management and supportive services for 16 men and women through the New Start men and women's houses. 


New Grant

Agape Unlimited

Koinonia Inn - Grant funds will provide capital improvements for the Koinonia Inn transitional housing for twenty-one (21) women and their children with substance use disorders, including replacement of siding and gutters, window replacement and flooring of their 100-year-old building in Port Orchard. 

 

Agape Unlimited

AIMS (Agape Integrated Mental Health Services) – Grant funds will establish the AIMS program, which is a partnership between Agape Unlimited and Peninsula Community Health Services that will provide co-occurring disorder services to one hundred eighty (180) youth and adults in one location, preventing barriers that prevent engagement into services or program failure.

 

Kitsap Community Resources

Recovery Outreach and Stabilization Team (ROAST) – Grant funds will establish ROAST and provide housing stabilization support to 480 adults with behavioral health needs.  Services will include outreach, rental assistance, eviction prevention, rapid rehousing, case management, housing stabilization, crisis intervention and mental health referrals for individuals and families who are struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues. 

 

Kitsap County Sheriff's Office

Crisis Intervention Officer – Grant funds will establish a Crisis Intervention Coordinator to coordinate the patrol/field response to providing essential services to two hundred (200) members of the community who suffer from behavioral health issues.  The Coordinator will collaborate with local service providers to help those with the greatest need obtain behavioral health services.

 

Kitsap Mental Health Services

Pendleton Place – Grant funds will support predevelopment, architecture, engineering and construction costs necessary to construct a 70-unit permanent supportive housing complex serving 70 individuals and couples experiencing chronic homelessness and living with mental illness and substance use disorders.

 

Kitsap Mental Health Services

Pacific Hope and Recovery Center – Grant funds will provide 476 bed days at $224 per night serving twenty-three (23) non-Medicaid individual stays at Pacific Hope and Recovery Center.  Services are provided in an inpatient setting and include assessment, individualized treatment planning, evidence based individual and group therapies.

 

Peninsula Community Health Services

Fired Up for Health – Grant funds will create a mobile behavioral health unit that responds to non-emergent, behavioral health-related situations reaching 100 individuals who are high utilizers of 911.  The purpose is to deliver high-intensity mental health and substance use care to individuals in Bremerton who call 911 largely due to the behavioral health concerns. 


 APPROVED IN 2018 FOR THE 2019 FUNDING YEAR

 Continuation Grants

Aging and Long-Term Care
Partners in Memory Care – Grant funds will provide dementia-friendly supports, strategies and consultation for challenging behaviors in order to prevent and delay institutionalizations and preserve placements.

Bremerton School District
Social and Emotional Learning – Grant funds will provide a comprehensive, evidence-based, social and emotional teaching and learning system within the Bremerton School District that integrates Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Washington State social and emotional learning standards.
      

City of Poulsbo
Behavioral Health Outreach - Grant funds will provide Behavioral Health Outreach Services staffed by three Behavioral Health (BH) Navigators to serve adults with a mental illness or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders who are charged with minor, non-violent crimes throughout Kitsap County or are identified as at-risk of arrest or crisis.

 

The Coffee Oasis
Homeless Youth Intervention - Grant funds will support intervention and outreach to homeless youth struggling with substance abuse and mental illness and connect them to services that will provide opportunities for restoration with their families and community.

 

Kitsap Community Resources
Housing Stability Support – Grant funds will provide a Family Development Specialist and a Behavioral Health Support Specialist who work collaboratively to provide long-term housing stability and support for individuals with behavioral health problems.

 

Kitsap County District Court

Behavioral Health Court – Grant funds will provide two Behavioral Health Specialist and dedicated public defense to the growing number of participants in Behavioral Health Court.


Kitsap Juvenile Court Services
Enhancements for Juvenile Therapeutic Courts - Grant funds will improve the continuity of treatment services to participants in the Individualized Treatment Court by establishing a dedicated behavioral health specialist to serve all participants and establish a full-time Therapeutic Court Case Monitor. 

 

Kitsap County Sheriff's Office
Crisis Intervention and Triage for Law Enforcement - Grant funds will provide funding for training for commissioned law enforcement officers in Kitsap County in Crisis Intervention/Triage.  The training will also provide 40-hour Crisis Intervention Training and Enhanced Training for Crisis Intervention Officers (CIOs). 

 

Kitsap County Superior Court
Adult Drug Court Expansion - Grant funds will expand the capacity of the Adult Felony Drug Court from 100 participants to 150 participants.  Expansion also includes mental health screening, assessment and counseling; and behavioral compliance tools.

 

Kitsap County Superior Court
Veterans Treatment Court - Grant funds will support the Veterans Court Treatment Track, designed to serve up to 25 veterans engaged in the criminal justice system due to co-occurring substance abuse and/or mental health issues.

 

Kitsap Public Health District
Crisis Response and Coordinated Care Demonstration Project (Kitsap Connects) – Grant funds will support a multi-disciplinary, mobile outreach team to intervene with adults who are experiencing (or are at risk of) mental illness, chemical dependency, physical illnesses, and homelessness and includes intensive care coordination services.

 

Kitsap Public Health District
Improving Health and Resiliency of High Risk Mothers and their Children - Grant funds will support evidenced-based nurse home visiting program (Nurse Family Partnership) for first time, low-income moms and their babies and adds a bilingual Community Health Worker (CHW) to the Parent Child Health Team to provide outreach and case management to high risk, low-income pregnant women. 


Olympic Educational Service District 114
School Based Behavioral Health Enhancement Project - Grant funds will provide school-based behavioral health services for both mental health and substance abuse in targeted high risk elementary and high schools.


West Sound Treatment Center
New Start (Jail Transition Services) - Grant funds will provide Substance Use Disorder Assessments, Court-ordered Assessments, Treatment, Life-Skill Building and Re-entry services at the Kitsap County Jail as well as housing, case management and supportive services for 16 men and women through the New Start men and women's houses. 

 

 New Grant

Kitsap County Prevention and Youth Services
Substance Abuse Prevention Program - Grant funds will increase youth substance abuse efforts to all of Kitsap County through the application of Research Proven Prevention Strategies

Kitsap County Prosecuting Attorney's Office
Therapeutic Courts Alternative to Prosecution - Grant funds will support their rapidly increasing role in all five Therapeutic Courts.  Funds would provide 2 full-time Deputy Prosecuting Attorneys and one full-time Legal Assistant to support the growth of all five Therapeutic Courts.  

 

Kitsap County Sheriff's Office
Reentry Officer and Coordinator - Grant funds will fund a Reentry Officer and Reentry Coordinator to collaborate with the current services that are being provided in the jail, and also add services that are currently not being provided.

 

Kitsap Mental Health Services
Permanent Supportive Housing Pre-Development - Grant funds will fund the predevelopment costs necessary to construct a 70-unit permanent supportive housing complex serving individuals and couples experiencing chronic homelessness and living with mental health and/or substance abuse issues.

 

Peninsula Community Health Services
Wellness on Wheels - Grant funds will provide optimal access to high quality, integrated behavioral health care services by mobilizing our team into the community to serve the needs of people who, complicated by their mental health and/or substance abuse issues, struggle to access care in traditional ways.

 


 APPROVED IN 2017 FOR THE 2018 FUNDING YEAR 

  Continuation Grants

City of Bremerton
Crisis Intervention and Triage for Law Enforcement - Grant funds will provide funding for training for commissioned law enforcement officers in Kitsap County in Crisis Intervention/Triage. The training will also provide Crisis Intervention Training for Crisis Intervention Officers (CIOs).

City of Poulsbo
Behavioral Health Outreach - Grant funds will provide Behavioral Health Outreach Services staffed by three Behavioral Health (BH) Specialists to serve adults with a mental illness or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders who are charged with minor, non-violent crimes throughout Kitsap County or are identified as at-risk of arrest or crisis.

Kitsap Juvenile Court Services
Enhancements for Juvenile Therapeutic Courts - Grant funds improve the continuity of treatment services to participants in the Individualized Treatment Court by establishing a dedicated behavioral health specialist to serve all participants and establish a full-time Therapeutic Court Case Monitor.

Kitsap County Superior Court
Adult Drug Court Expansion - Grant funds expand the capacity of the Adult Felony Drug Court from 100 participants to 150 participants. Expansion also includes mental health screening, assessment and counseling; and behavioral compliance tools.

Kitsap County Superior Court
Veterans Court - Grant funds provide funding to assist Veterans residing in Kitsap County with a goal of assisting veterans with substance abuse and or mental health disorders in order to stop recidivism and connect them with the treatment they need in the community.

Olympic Educational Service District 114
School Based Behavioral Health Enhancement Project - Grant funds provide school-based behavioral health services for both mental health and substance abuse in ten targeted high risk elementary schools and seven high risk high schools.

Kitsap Public Health District
Improving Health and Resiliency of High Risk Mothers and their Children - Grant funds support evidenced-based nurse home visiting program (Nurse Family Partnership) for first time, low-income moms and their babies and adds a bilingual Community Health Worker (CHW) to the Parent Child Health Team to provide outreach and case management to high risk, low-income pregnant women.

Kitsap Public Health District
Crisis Response and Coordinated Care Demonstration Project - Grant funds support a multi-disciplinary, mobile outreach team to intervene with adults who are experiencing (or are at risk of) mental illness, chemical dependency, physical illnesses, and homelessness and includes intensive care coordination services.

The Coffee Oasis
Homeless Youth Intervention - Grant funds support intervention and outreach to homeless youth struggling with substance abuse and mental illness and connect them to services that will provide opportunities for restoration with their families and community.

Kitsap Recovery Center
KCR Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Program - Grant funds support outpatient evidenced-based substance abuse treatment services for adults by a certified Chemical Dependency Professional. Treatment will be group based, non-residential, intensive, and will include structured interventions consisting primarily of counseling and education about substance use disorders.

West Sound Treatment Center
New Start (Jail Transition Services) - Grant funds provide Substance Use Disorder Assessments, Court-ordered Assessments, Treatment, Life-Skill Building and Re-entry services at the Kitsap County Jail as well as housing, case management and supportive services for 16 men and women through the New Start men and women's houses. 

 New Grants 

Agape Unlimited
Youth Treatment Services and Kitsap Juvenile Therapeutic Courts - Grant funds will preserve the Kitsap County Juvenile Therapeutic Courts Treatment program which aids in reducing recidivism, improves the health status and wellbeing of Kitsap County Youth and reduces the number of youth who use costly interventions including hospitals, emergency rooms and crisis services related to their suffering from addiction.

Bremerton School District
Grant funds support Behavioral Health Prevention along with Early Intervention and Training. Implementation of a comprehensive, evidenced based, social and emotional teaching and learning system that integrates ACES, Washington State social and emotional learning standards for identifying behavioral problems early and teach and support the social and emotional development / skills of all children, birth to 21.

Kitsap Community Resources
Housing and Stability Support Services for Individuals with Behavioral Health Barriers - Grant funds support a team devised of a Behavioral Health Support Specialist and a Family Development Specialist who conduct ongoing housing stability supportive services for recently housed individuals whose challenges include Persistent Serious Mental Health Illness and/or Substance Use Disorders. Individuals served are recently discharged Kitsap Connect participants who will work in collaboration with the team of specialist to provide long-term housing stability and supportive services for these households.

Kitsap Recovery Center
Trauma-Informed Care Services - Grant funds provide mental health services, chemical dependency treatment and case management for the Human Trafficking Diversion Program in conjunction with the Kitsap County Prosecuting Attorney's office.

Kitsap County Sherriff's Office
RideAlong Application - Grant funds the purchase and implementation of RideAlong a software tool designed to integrate with the 911 dispatch system to provide key information to officers while providing readily accessible mental health information to field officers, this includes information that may assist in diverting individuals from jails and connect them with long term health care case managers. With goals to increase the efficiency and accessibility of vital mental health information related to high level users of the system.

Kitsap County Division of Aging & Long Term Care
Partners in Memory Care: Coffee, Tea, and Tools - Grant funds resources to residents and their caregivers to address challenging behaviors associated with dementia. With goals of increasing support to caregivers, thereby maintaining placement and delaying institutionalization, reducing hospitalization and inpatient hospital stays.

Kitsap Community Resources
Housing First Supportive Housing Feasibility and Design Evaluation - Grant funds support affordable housing accompanied by supportive services project proposal assessment evaluation, on the feasibility of constructing  or renovating 40-60 units of affordable supportive housing for individuals and families with Substance Use Disorders and/or Persistent Serious Mental Illness. If the feasibility assessment is favorable, these funds will further pay for an architectural design evaluation of the proposed site.

Kitsap County District Court
Behavioral Health Court - Grant funds support facilitation and resources to individuals with the goal of reducing crisis intervention. Utilizing an intercept model and delivering essential services to aid in successful and sustainable treatment.

Kitsap County Sherriff's Office
Behavioral Health Units - Grant funds support planning and implementation of behavioral health units within the jail facility.  

 

  APPROVED IN 2016 FOR THE 2017 FUNDING YEAR 

 Continuation Grants

City of Bremerton
Crisis Intervention and Triage for Law Enforcement - Grant funds will provide funding for training for commissioned law enforcement officers in Kitsap County in Crisis Intervention/Triage. The training will also provide two sessions of 40 hour Crisis Intervention Training for Crisis Intervention Officers (CIOs).

City of Poulsbo
Behavioral Health Outreach - Grant funds will provide Behavioral Health Outreach Services staffed by three Behavioral Health (BH) Specialists to serve adults with a mental illness or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders who are charged with minor, non-violent crimes throughout Kitsap County or are identified as at-risk of arrest or crisis.

Kitsap Juvenile Court Services
Kitsap Adolescent Recovery Services - Grant funds support the operation of Kitsap Adolescent Recovery Services and provide evaluation and treatment services to youth on probation, including youth involved in the Juvenile Drug Court and Individualized Treatment Court.

Kitsap Juvenile Court Services
Enhancements for Juvenile Therapeutic Courts - Grant funds improve the continuity of treatment services to participants in the Individualized Treatment Court by establishing a dedicated behavioral health specialist to serve all participants and establish a full-time Therapeutic Court Case Monitor.

Kitsap County Superior Court
Adult Drug Court Expansion - Grant funds expand the capacity of the Adult Felony Drug Court from 100 participants to 150 participants. Expansion also includes mental health screening, assessment and counseling; and behavioral compliance tools.

Olympic Educational Service District 114
School Based Behavioral Health Enhancement Project - Grant funds provide school-based behavioral health services for both mental health and substance abuse in ten targeted high risk elementary schools and seven high risk high schools.

Washington State University
Strengthening Families Program - Grant funds provide long-term supervision and sustainability of the Strengthening Families Program in Kitsap County by hiring a part-time Coordinator and reinstate the program in Central Kitsap School District.

West Sound Treatment Center
New Start (Jail Transition Services) - Grant funds provide Substance Use Disorder Assessments, Court-ordered Assessments, Treatment, Life-Skill Building and Re-entry services at the Kitsap County Jail as well as housing, case management and supportive services for 16 men and women through the New Start men and women's houses.

 New Grants

Bainbridge Youth Services
Bainbridge Healthy Youth Alliance - Grant funds support the agency to serve as the Backbone agency for the Bainbridge Healthy Youth Alliance Collective Impact Project to reduce the impact of Adverse Childhood Experience (ACEs) and improving protective factors for mental, emotional and behavioral disorders using positive youth development strategies.

Kitsap County Superior Court
Veterans Treatment Court - Grant funds support the Veterans Court Treatment Track, designed to serve up to 25 veterans engaged in the criminal justice system due to co-occurring substance abuse and/or mental health issues.

Kitsap Mental Health Services
Crisis Triage and Withdrawal Management Center - Grant funds support the operations of a 16 bed Crisis Triage facility to provide short-term mental health crisis services and a 16 bed Withdrawal Management facility to provide withdrawal/detoxification services.

Kitsap Public Health District
Crisis Response and Coordinated Care Demonstration Project - Grant funds support a multi-disciplinary, mobile outreach team to intervene with adults who are experiencing (or are at risk of) mental illness, chemical dependency, physical illnesses, and homelessness and includes intensive care coordination services.

Kitsap Public Health District
Improving Health and Resiliency of High Risk Mothers and their Children - Grant funds support evidenced-based nurse home visiting program (Nurse Family Partnership) for first time, low-income moms and their babies and adds a bilingual Community Health Worker (CHW) to the Parent Child Health Team to provide outreach and case management to high risk, low-income pregnant women.

Kitsap Recovery Center
Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Program - Grant funds support outpatient evidenced-based substance abuse treatment services for adults by a certified Chemical Dependency Professional. Treatment will be group based, non-residential, intensive, and will include structured interventions consisting primarily of counseling and education about substance use disorders.

The Coffee Oasis
Homeless Youth Intervention - Grant funds support intervention and outreach to homeless youth struggling with substance abuse and mental illness and connect them to services that will provide opportunities for restoration with their families and community.

 

 APPROVED IN 2015 FOR THE 2016 FUNDING YEAR 

 Continuation Grants

West Sound Treatment Center
New Start (Jail Transition Services) - Grant funds provide Substance Use Disorder Assessments, Court-Ordered Assessments, Treatment, Life-Skill Building and Re-Entry Services at the Kitsap County Jail as well as Continuing Care Services at West Sound Treatment Center.

Olympic Educational Service District
School Based Behavioral Health Enhancement Project - Grant funds provide School-Based Behavioral Health Services for both mental health and substance abuse in ten targeted high risk elementary schools and seven high risk high schools.

Kitsap Juvenile Court Services
Kitsap Adolescent Recovery Services - Grant funds support the operation of Kitsap Adolescent Recovery Services and provide Evaluation and Treatment Services to youth on probation, including youth involved in the Juvenile Drug Court and Individualized Treatment Court.

Kitsap Juvenile Court Services
Enhancements for Juvenile Therapeutic Courts - Grant funds improve the continuity of treatment services to participants in the Individualized Treatment Court by establishing a dedicated Behavioral Health Specialist to serve all participants and establish a full-time Therapeutic Court Case Monitor.

Healthy Start Kitsap
Nurse Family Partnership - Grant funds would be used to fund a .5 FTE Nurse Home Visitor to provide services for 12 families.  The Nurse Family Partnership program is an evidence-based Home Visiting Program.

Martha and Mary Health Services
Older Adult Behavioral Health Program - Grant funds support the second year Mandt training for 80 Martha and Mary employees to maintain certification.  It also funds capitol improvements to ensure that the facility is able to admit and fully serve the needs of the older adults with behavioral health issues who are eligible for the program.

Kitsap County Superior Court
Adult Drug Court Expansion - Grant funds expand the capacity of the Adult Felony Drug Court from 100 to 150 participants.  Expansion also includes Mental Health Screening, Assessment and Counseling; and Behavioral Compliance tools.

 New Grants

Kitsap County Superior Court
Veterans Treatment Court - Grant funds support the Veterans Court Treatment Track, designed to serve up to 25 veterans engaged in the criminal justice system due to co-occurring substance abuse and/or mental health issues.

City of Poulsbo
Behavioral Health Outreach - Grant funds create a pilot Behavioral Health Outreach Program to serve adults with a mental illness or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders who are involved with the criminal justice system through the Poulsbo and Port Orchard Municipal Courts.

Washington State University
Strengthening Families Program - Grant funds provide long-term supervision and sustainability of the Strengthening Families Program in Kitsap County by hiring a part-time Coordinator and reinstate the program in the Central Kitsap School District.

 

  APPROVED IN 2014 FOR THE 2015 FUNDING YEAR 

 First Year

Bremerton Police Department
Law Enforcement Crisis Intervention Training

Healthy Start Kitsap
Nurse Family Partnership

Kitsap Juvenile Court Services
Enhancements for Juvenile Therapeutic Courts

Kitsap Juvenile Court Services
Reinstatement of Adolescent Recovery Services Program (KARS)

Kitsap Mental Health Services
Kitsap Crisis Triage Stabilization Center

Kitsap Superior Court
Adult Drug Court Expansion Grant

Martha and Mary Health Services
GeroPsych Success

Olympic Educational Service District #114
School Based Behavioral Health Enhancement Project

Peninsula Community Health Services
Integrated Drug Awareness Program in Primary Care

West Sound Treatment Center
New Start (Jail Transition Services)