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Human Services

The safety and health of our community is our highest priority. We realize recent closures and social isolation can have a significant impact on your family's needs, physical health, and mental health. Although our physical office is currently closed to the public, we are offering our services remotely.

We provide assistance in the following areas, Click on link to go directly to the program page:

Housing Support Center - Need help with shelter? At risk of losing your housing?


Mental Health - Need to talk with someone? Concerned about a family member or neighbor?


Substance Use - Need a referral?


Developmental Disabilities - Need support?


Veterans - Need resources?                            


Early Childhood - Need parenting support?


Our Vision

Island County is a place where people are respected and valued and where everyone has the opportunity to participate in and contribute to their community.

Our Mission

Island County Human Services is an accessible and responsive community resource, working collaboratively to help meet essential needs of the people of Island County and to provide opportunities for our citizens to become contributing members of our community.

We Value

  • Working with compassion, integrity, intention and enthusiasm
  • Building positive community partnerships and coalitions
  • Treating ourselves and others with respect and dignity.
  • Being good stewards of public funds
  • Being accountable to ourselves, one another and the public
  • Being respectful and honoring diversity
  • Encouraging a blended model of health and healing that includes mind, body, spirit, nature and community
  • Creating an open, respectful and fun working environment
  • Enjoying ourselves along the way and occasionally cutting loose

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On April 22, 2020 the Washington State Legislature approved Governor Inslee's request to extend Proclamation 20-28 through May 4, 2020.

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