Food

Kitsap County Free Community Meals

These community meals are served at different churches and by different organizations around Kitsap County. Please visit the calendar to find a location and pick up a “to go” lunch or dinner. 

North Kitsap School District Free “Grab & Go Lunches”

NKSD will continue to provide free “grab and go” breakfast and lunch items for all district students this fall. The details will be updated when they are released by the school district.

Visit the NKSD page for more information.

Employment Security Department – Washington State

This page is for workers and businesses affected by COVID-19. Employment Security has programs designed to help individuals and employers during this unprecedented time.

Utilities

Puget Sound Energy

In an effort to help, Puget Sound Energy (PSE) will not be disconnecting customers during this time and have taken additional steps to help customers and communities. More information is available on their website.

Comcast

As our country continues to manage the COVID-19 emergency, Comcast is taking immediate steps to make it easier to connect low-income families to home Internet. Visit the Comcast website to learn more.

Local & State Resources

Kitsap County Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources and Information

This website is maintained by the Kitsap County Emergency Operations Center and updated daily with new resources specific to Kitsap County. 

Homebound & Looking for Help?

If you are homebound and in need of meals, groceries, prescriptions or other items, please use this information to connect with someone in Poulsbo that can help. This line is maintained by the City of Poulsbo.

Kitsap County Mental Health & Crisis Support Lines

This flyer provides local and national resources for mental health and crisis support. If you are in need of someone to talk to during this period of isolation and uncertainty, please reach out and utilize these resources.

Kitsap Public Health

This website provides comprehensive local information including: county data of coronavirus cases, updates on businesses classified as “essential” and a guide on what to do if you have confirmed or suspect COVID-19 symptoms.