Community Resources on Bainbridge Island

Helpline House

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Helpline House is a community non-profit agency providing an umbrella of social services striving to help our Bainbridge Island neighbors to meet essential needs.  Basic services are provided cost-free, regardless of income.  Needs are defined broadly and not always financial.  Any community member in crisis or in need of consultation is welcome.  

Bainbridge Youth Services

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For over fifty years, Bainbridge Youth Services has served Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap youth. We provide professional, no-fee, confidential Counseling for adolescents in our community, ages 12-21.  BYS also works to create opportunities for young people to develop and exercise leadership skills and find ppart-time employment.  All youth are welcome.

BI Parks Teen Center

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Established in 1992 by the Park District – in partnership with the Rotary Club and School District – the Teen Center has been providing year-round activities for teens of Middle and High School-ages for more than two decades. Adult staff are always on hand to supervise and instigate fun every afternoon after school and on Friday and Saturday nights. 

Boys & Girls Club

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We have a long and proud history of being a leader in the youth development field. While we’ve come a long way in 75 years, one thing hasn’t changed:  Boys & Girls Clubs makes a positive difference in the lives of youth by providing a high-quality Club Experience.

Teen Talking Circles

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A Safe Space to Tell the Truth.  Teen Talking Circles is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Since 1993, TTC has pioneered the talking circle movement for teens. In 2020, we celebrate our 27th year offering circles, trainings, retreats, workshops, and books both for youth and adults.  

Bainbridge Community Foundation

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Bainbridge Community Foundation (BCF) improves quality of life for those who live and work on Bainbridge Island by inspiring community engagement. We connect thoughtful donors and nonprofits, fund grants to local organizations, and share an ongoing analysis of our community’s needs.