From the Kitsap Daily News:
Kitsap Mental Health Services, the Bremerton Housing Authority and the City of Bremerton have teamed up to construct an apartment complex in Bremerton which aims to tackle Kitsap’s rising homeless population.
Pendleton Place, as the project is called, takes its namesake from national housing advocate Lloyd Pendleton, who inspired local housing providers and community members to create housing aimed at providing residences for people in need of staff supported housing. Pendleton recently passed away in early March at the age of 78.
The complex would feature a mix of studio and one-bedroom apartments prioritized for individuals who are residents of Kitsap County and experiencing chronic homelessness, living with severe and persistent mental illness, substance abuse disorders or other disabling conditions.
Read the Kitsap Daily News' article "Partnership seeks to create homeless housing complex in Bremerton," featuring the Bremerton Housing Authority.