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Quick Facts and Resources

Quick Facts

Statewide Resources


Local Resources


  • Clallam County Community Response Line: Toll-free 833-492-0834
    If you are isolating and staying home and need help getting food or prescriptions, please call. If you need child care or someone to talk to please call to be connected to services. 

  • Clallam County COVID-19 updates (Clallam County Department of Health and Human Services

  • Clallam Community Foundation & United Way COVID-19 fund drive

  • Clallam County Recovery Shelter is now open. Call 360-301-9350 to arrange for admission.

  • Clallam PPE Needs: If you are a healthcare provider contact Clallam Emergency Management for PPE needs. Home visiting personnel qualify for PPE allocation 360-417-2430

  • Food insecurity resource- To help address this urgent need, Clallam County WSU Extension has created a food resources document to connect those in need with food resources.(WSU Extension)

  • Local food directory: Updated Clallam County farm list (WSU Extension)

  • Vern Burton Center: The drop off point for donations at the Vern Burton Center 308 East 4th Street in Port Angeles will be open between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Please continue to donate masks, gloves and gowns directly to the county at the Vern Burton Center. Contact Becca Yucha if you have any questions. All donations of masks, gowns, gloves, will stay in, and be distributed to, our community. 

  • Volunteers & Donations: If you would like to make a donation or volunteer, contact Becca Yucha, our Volunteer Services Coordinator at You may also report directly to the Vern Burton Center 308 East 4th Street in Port Angeles between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. M-F.

  • Wi-Fi: All library parking lots have free wifi access in the parking lots (Sequim, Port Angeles, Forks, Clallam Bay)

  • YMCA of Olympic Peninsula is continuing licensed childcare from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday at Dry Creek Elementary School in Port Angeles and Salish Coast Elementary School in Port Townsend, with a priority on children whose parents are first responders or medical professionals.


  • Free public wifi locations at Jefferson County businesses. Also, Jefferson County Library in Port Hadlock offers free wifi access in the parking lot. The library just boosted the signal so it should be nice and strong.

  • Jefferson County COVID-19 updates (Jefferson County Public Health)

  • Jefferson County relief funds: Dove House is accepting applications from anyone in Jefferson County who needs assistance due to loss of a job as a result of the Covid 19 emergency. For more information, read Dove House’s announcement.

  • Emergency Food Resource List: Updated Jefferson County farm list (WSU Extension)

  • Jefferson Community Foundation Rapid Response and other Emergency Funds

  • Ways to support our Jefferson neighbors: Make a donation to Dove House to help clients pay for rent, utilities, and other basic needs. 1045 10th St., PT 98368 Or donate online. If you would like to donate gift cards from local supermarkets, restaurants and gas stations, please give us a call to arrange drop off 360-385-5292



  • Coffee Oasis Youth Centers- Still Open! The youth centers are still open and serving at-risk of homeless and homeless youth.

  • Fishline: Fishline’s services are available for North Kitsap residents needing food and emergency services including help with rent or mortgage assistance, utilities, transportation and other basic needs. Our food service area includes Poulsbo, Keyport and Suquamish.  Please call for further details, hours and instructions or assistanc (360.779.5190,

  • Homebound in Poulsbo? To request assistance with grocery deliveries, prescription pickups, or meals, call (360) 517-5037. Are you able to assist? Call the volunteer hotline (360) 517-5037

  • Kitsap County COVID-19 Updates (Kitsap Public Health District)

  • Local food directory: Updated Kitsap County farm list (WSU Extension)

  • Unity in the Community COVID-19 Response Fund: Hosted by Kitsap Community Foundation and United Way of Kitsap County, will rapidly deploy flexible resources to nonprofits and individuals in Kitsap and North Mason County. Contribute to the fund online.

  • YMCA of Pierce and Kitsap Counties provides childcare for our families with first responders and healthcare workers at no cost. Stay up to date by visiting their news page. They also have capacity to offer meals to community members who are unable to access food due to financial (or perhaps physical) barriers. Contact Susan Buell ( to get connected to meals prepared by Camp Seymour.

  • YWCA: Volunteers Needed! Help us reach domestic violence survivors, their children, their family and their friends by distributing our brochures and posters to businesses. If interested, please contact

  • Wi-Fi: Kitsap Regional Library in Manchester and Port Orchard offers free wifi access in the parking lots. There is also WiFi available in some school parking lots.  


Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Resources


Telehealth Resources

Managed Care Organizations:

Other Telehealth Info:


Self-Care Resources


Clinical Resources

Physical Health Resources

Behavioral Health Resources

Substance Use Disorder

Clinical Health

Tribal and Unique Populations

Tribal Resources:

Unique Populations
How You Can Help

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