Kitsap County Human Services

The department mission for Human Services is "To provide essential services that address individual and community needs, preserve the rights and dignity of those they serve, and promote the health and well-being of all Kitsap residents." 

Kitsap County Human Services Department Contacts

Human Service Office Contacts in Givens

Aging and Long-Term Care

Stacey Smith     Administrator


Main Line:



​Human Service Office Contacts in Norm Dicks Building ​

Community Development Block GrantBonnie
Housing and HomelessnessKirsten

Human Service Office Contacts in Public Works Building

Deputy Director​Sonya Miles
Office Supervisor​Lakesha Anderson-Evans
360-337-7185 x
Mental Health, Chemical Dependency and Therapeutic Courts 1/10th funding  ​Hannah Shockley
Salish Behavioral Health Administrative Service Organization Stephanie Lewis
Jolene Kron

Children and Youth PreventionLaura Hyde
Deanne Jackson
Developmental DisabilitiesKelly
Olympic Workforce Development​William Dowling
Alissa Durkin
Veterans Richard Becker

​Human Service Office Contacts in Recovery Center Building

Kitsap Recovery CenterKeith Winfield 360-337-5640

Main Line:
Local inquiry line:211
Extra needs line:211

 COVID-19 Resources

 Human Services News

Over 20,000 Kitsap County residents benefit from services directly provided by employees of this department or through one of the 87 department's contractors. The department administers an annual operating budget in excess of 40 million dollars with 97% of funding obtained through federal and state contracts and grants.​

More than 140 members of our community are appointed by the Board of Commissioners to serve on one of 9 Human Services Boards, Commissions, and Councils staffed by employees of this department. Appointed members of our community work in partnership with employees of the department to identify individual and community human services needs, plan and develop services, provide oversight and evaluation for accountability and service enhancements.​