If you experiencing situational distress, call the crisis clinic. The Crisis Clinic of the peninsulas provides information & referral regarding social services for Kitsap or other local counties. The Crisis Clinic operators are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
We have identified the following community resources will provide localized support and services. Both, the local and favorite resources are not intended to be fully comprehensive, but to provide new brain injury survivors a place to start.
The BIAWA provides resources for basic needs, criminal justice/legal services, education, health care, income support/employment, individual/family life, and mental health/substance abuse. They also have regional resource managers to help.Visit Site
Olympic Memorial Hospital, is a 67-bed acute-care facility with a Level 3 Trauma Center, emergency department. Outpatient services also include laboratory, diagnostic imaging, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and diagnostics, physical therapy and rehabilitation, diabetes and nutrition services, and home healthVisit Site
Peninsula Behavioral Health is Clallam County’s primary resource for behavioral health and co-occurring disorder counseling. From childhood trauma to schizophrenia to mental health crisis to episodic depression, Peninsula Behavioral Health has the expertise and resources to treat residents who need care.Visit Site
We promote and protect the human and civil rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, actively supporting their full inclusion so that they can live, learn, work, and play in the community – making the world a better place for us all.Visit Site
The Department of Health and Human Services offers aide in a variety of categories. They are: cash/food/medical, housing assistance, child support, vocational rehabilitation, adult care, mental health/substance abuse, and disability support.Visit Site
Olympic Peninsula Community Clinic or OPCC for short, is a volunteer medical, behavioral health and dental clinic in Port Angeles, WA. OPCC is a free clinic, primarily serving low-income and homeless patients living in Clallam and Jefferson counties.Visit Site
Clallam Mosaic has become a local leader for activities, information, advocacy supports and more for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.Clallam Mosaic strives to support participants, peer volunteers and self advocates in achieving their individual goals.Visit Site