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West Sound Treatment Center

Improving Lives and Restoring Hope through Education and Support Services


Mission and Vision

Man listeningWest Sound Treatment Center’s mission is to “Improve lives and restore hope through education and support services.”

West Sound Treatment Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and the only organization in Kitsap County that provides people with a recovery-oriented network of care that includes chemical dependency treatment, supportive housing, personal case management, life-skills development, educational navigation and job seeking training, individual mental health counseling, and critically needed coordinated re-entry services for those exiting the Kitsap County Jail. Our professional team models the ideals that we teach, including respect, empowerment, and the value of being of service to each other and the community at large.

We create progressive and innovative programs that directly respond to the barriers experienced by our participants.  We believe that everyone is capable of change when given the opportunity, and our goal is to provide the best opportunities. Our programs support learning healthy habits, developing resiliency, and achieving self-sufficiency, thereby improving the lives of our participants and restoring hope that they can be successful, productive members of our community.


April 21, 2015.  West Sound Treatment Center is excited to announce the opening of our second location in Poulsbo!  WSTC North Kitsap is located in the Poulsbo Village South building at 19351 8th Avenue NE, Suite #204.  We are upstairs and around back from Sound Publishing.  WSTC North Kitsap offers all of the same unique services that are available at our Port Orchard location.  Presently, we are open Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday.  You can call WSTC North Kitsap at (360) 598-3929.

April 21, 2015.  West Sound Treatment Center is excited to announce the opening of the New Start House for Men in Bremerton.  This unique housing program is for men who are homeless and participating in New Start Program continuing services upon re-entry from jail.  New Start House for Men is transitional housing for eight men for up to one year.  For more information, please visit the New Start Program page on our website.

April 6, 2015.  West Sound Treatment Center is honored to announce that Robin O’Grady, West Sound Executive Director, is the 2015 recipient of the “Individual Citation Award” from the International Association of Workforce Professionals (IAWP) for her outstanding work at West Sound Treatment Center and her contributions to the recovery community in Kitsap County. This national award is one of the highest honors the IAWP presents to individuals.

Special Fundraising Campaign

West Sound Treatment Center launched a crowdfunding campaign on Razoo to help us raise operating money for the O’Hana House and The Lighthouse in 2015. If you are interested in donating money for this purpose, please proceed through the donation box below, or visit our Razoo crowdfunding page at http://www.razoo.com/story/West-Sound-Treatment-Center.   To learn more about O’Hana House and The Lighthouse, please click on the program name in this text, or visit the Housing page under the Programs tab above.   Thank you for your support and generous gift!

Upcoming Events


For all events and details, please visit our Calendar page.


Book - The Optimist's Edge


In her book The Optimist’s Edge; Moving Beyond Negativity to Create Your Amazing Life, Robin describes the miracle of her own recovery and the unlimited possibilities when you practice the power of positive thinking at work, home, and in your relationships.”   Read more