Kitsap Martial Arts offers martial arts, self-defense and natural movement classes for adults and children in Poulsbo.
Children of the Nations (COTN) is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising children out of poverty and hopelessness so they can become leaders who transform their nations. Founded in Kitsap County in 1995, we currently provide care to orphaned and destitute children in Sierra Leone, Malawi, Uganda, the Dominican Republic, and Haiti. By partnering with local people, we establish Children’s Homes (for orphans) and Village Partnership Programs (to benefit orphans and children living with destitute families or caregivers who cannot properly provide for them). The programs and services we provide include education, nutrition, medical care, and community development initiatives such as agriculture, clean water projects, skills training, and more. COTN believes true, lasting, and meaningful change to a nation beings with children, so they are the mission. COTN stands apart from other organizations in our goal not to just provide relief, but rather to empower nationals to a life of self-sustainability.
Dr. Andrea Chymiy & Dr. Marie Matty have practiced primary, obstetric and urgent care medicine in the Kitsap community since 2003. They are excited to be introducing Pacifica, a new medical and wellness clinic here in Poulsbo. At Pacifica Dr. Chymiy and Dr. Matty will continue to offer the same high quality medical care to families and patients of all ages in an affordable membership based clinic. Becoming a patient at Pacifica Medicine & Wellness means that you are joining forces with two highly experienced physicians, both of whom are passionate about helping patients achieve and maintain health.
Since 1891, Martha & Mary has provided quality, compassionate care to children, adults, seniors and their families, offering them a safe place to grow and learn, a caring place to recover from illness, as well as, a place to live their lives with dignity, honor, and individuality.
Peninsula Community Health Services (PCHS) is a community based nonprofit organization that offers quality, affordable care for children and adults in the Kitsap and Olympic Peninsula areas. Our services include primary medical care, dental care, behavioral health counseling, pharmacy services, referrals to specialty providers, and health education and promotion activities.
Fishline serves the North Kitsap Community by providing food, emergency services and resources to transform lives. We now have a dozen new agencies providing services upstairs, including: PCHS Dental Clinic, American Legion, KCR Housing Solutions Center, DSHS, Dispute Resolution Center, Kitsap Mental Health, Kitsap Sexual Assault, Crime Victims Assistance, Division of Aging & Long-Term Care, Sound Job Works and the YWCA DV Hotline.
Kiwanis International brings the world together — one community at a time. Today, we stand with more than 600,000 members in more than 80 countries from Kiwanis to Key Club to Circle K and beyond. Each community has different needs, and Kiwanis empowers members to pursue creative ways to serve the needs of children through local service projects and fundraising.
The Poulsbo community has had a library in one form or another since the early 1900s. The City of Poulsbo operated a city library until the mid-1980s, when the city voted to annex into the Kitsap Regional Library district. In 1998, voters in North Kitsap approved a bond to expand and remodel the Poulsbo branch library, and the new building opened in 2001. Poulsbo is one of the busiest branches in the system, used by city residents as well as many patrons from other Kitsap communities who find it conveniently located.