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Recovery Resource Center

The North Kitsap Recovery Resource Center is a walk-in, no cost resource center for anyone interested in drug or alcohol recovery in the North Kitsap area. The Center is open for walk-in services Monday – Friday from 10am to 4pm. The main phone line is (360) 930-8275 and Center Manager Summer can be reached at (360) 626-3004.

Services include peer support, nursing, substance use disorder evaluations, mental health assessments and counseling. We can also connect you to medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) and alcohol addiction. Anger management classes are offered to members. Narcan is available for free. 

The Center operates on a membership model. Visitors are welcome to use the Center for information and peer support; members have access to other services throughout the week.

Membership is free and available to anyone with an interest in recovery who lives, works, or is charged with a crime in North Kitsap/Bainbridge Island.

19351 8th Avenue NE Suite 141
Poulsbo Village Upper Building (up from Centennial Park)
For more information, call the Center at 360-930-8275

The North Kitsap Recovery Resource Center works with the following programs and organizations:

  • AMFM Healthcare Services
  • Bainbridge Island Police Department and Community Health Navigator
  • Bainbridge Municipal Court
  • Believe in Recovery
  • Fishline Comprehensive Services
  • Kitsap Homes of Compassion
  • Kitsap Mental Health Services
  • Kitsap County Prosecutor
  • Kitsap Public Health District
  • Kitsap Recovery Center


  • Kitsap Recovery Navigator (R.E.A.L.) program
  • Olympic Peninsula Health Services
  • Peer Washington
  • Poulsbo Fire Department and Fire CARES Program
  • Poulsbo Housing, Health and Human Services
  • Poulsbo Police Department and Police Navigator
  • Poulsbo Municipal Court
  • Suquamish Wellness Center
  • YWCA of Kitsap County

For examples of other Resource Centers connected with Court Programs click here:

For information about the Olympic Community of Health funding opportunity, and to learn about the OCH’s mission to address health disparities and improve individual and population health, click here.

Coverage of the Recovery Resource Center opening from King 5 News here and BKAT here