Assistance & Services

Dental Care

Smile Partners: Dental Care for Seniors Smile Partners, a nonprofit organization, provides teeth cleaning at a sliding scale to seniors 60 and older on certain Wednesdays at the Senior Center.For an appointment, call 206-780-6908 for exact dates and to make an appointment.

  • Open Wednesday, 8am-5pm

Foot Care

Preventive foot care, cost is $25.00. To schedule an appointment, call Sharon at 360-876-1612.

  • Second and Fourth Wednesdays, 7:30am-1:00pm, $25 at the Senior Center
  • First Monday, 7:30am-1:00pm, $25 at the Winslow Arms

Hot Lunches

Monday through Friday BISC volunteers serve hot lunches at noon. The Meals on Wheels Program provides meals for a suggested donation of $3.00 for those 60 and over. Make reservations by noon of the previous day at BISCC, or by 2:00pm of the previous day at the Meals on Wheels office at 1-888-877-8511.

Internet Safety for Seniors:

The internet provides great opportunities — for meeting people, staying in touch with family and friends, planning, travel, conducting business, accessing records, enjoying entertainment, and participating in hobbies.But there are also significant risks.Learn more about how to safely use the internet, with this Guide from the Washington State Attorney General.

Meal Delivery

Did you know that you could have meals delivered?

If you are over 60 and are home bound, you are eligible for home delivered meals for a suggested donation of $3.00. Call 360-377-8511.

If you are between 50 and 60 and are home bound for a short time (6 weeks), you can receive home-delivered meals through the Meals on Wheels Program for $4.00. Call 360-377-8511.

If you are a family caregiver and participate in the County’s Caregiver Support program, you can receive delivered meals for you and your family to give you respite. Call 1-800-562-6418.

Medicare and Insurance Questions

Call the Senior Center at 206-842-1616 for a one-on-one confidential appointment with a local SHIBA (Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisor), or call the SHIBA Helpline at 1-800-562-6900. Leave a message, and a volunteer will get back to you.

Prescription Medication Disposal

The Bainbridge Island Police Department joined other local and state agencies participating in the National Pharmaceutical Drug Take-Back Program. You can anonymously drop off unused or expired prescription medications in a secured drop box at the police department at 625 Winslow Way East.

Veteran’s Assistance

For Veteran’s Assistance and County aid, call Roth Hafer at 206-842-6506