Banner Community Health: Protecting and improving the lifelong health of families and communities.


This free program provides support for families and providers taking care of a child who has or is at risk to have a physical, developmental, behavioral or emotional condition. Our goal is to partner with our community to give each child a chance to reach his or her fullest potential.

Support & Services

In order to facilitate coordinated care, a public health nurse can:

  • Listen to your concerns;
  • Help a family find or coordinate medical providers and a medical home;
  • Help a family or provider access local resources and/or services for the child;
  • Provide information about local community resources, including parent support organizations and community coalitions.


All children (birth to 18 years) who are at risk for or have a health or developmental condition, and the family needs help with accessing local resources, are eligible for coordination of care, regardless of income. Services may be offered via telephone or through limited home/community visits.


Child Health Note Newsletters

Current information regarding identification and management of special health issues for children, written by experts at the University of Washington and adapted locally by the Kitsap Medical Home Leadership Network to include key local community resources.

  • Fall 2021 - Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for Infants and Children
  • Summer 2021 - Adolescent Depression: Screening and Management in Primary Care
  • Spring 2020 - Early Hearing Detection, Diagnosis, and Intervention (EHDDI) Program
  • Fall 2019 - Late and Moderate Preterm Infants: Best Practices for a Population at Risk
  • Spring 2019 - Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
  • Fall 2018 – Co-Occurring GI and Sleep Disorders in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Spring 2018 – What's new in Down syndrome?
  • Winter 2018 – Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)
  • Summer 2017 – Red Flags in Speech and Language Development
  • Fall/Winter 2016 – Postpartum Depression
  • Summer/Fall 2016 – Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
  • Winter/Spring 2016 – Infant Formulas
  • Spring/Summer 2015 – Vision Screenings for Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers
  • Fall 2013 – Tube Feedings
  • Summer 2013 – Toilet Training for Children with Special Health Care Needs
  • Fall 2012 – Obesity in Children With Special Health Care Needs
  • Summer 2012 – Asthma in Childhood
  • Spring 2011 – Television and Screen Time

Contact Us

Please call 360-728-2235 if you know a child you think might benefit, or you are a provider who has questions about specific local resources for a child in your care.





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