About Peninsula Behavioral Health

Peninsula Behavioral Health provides a range of innovative services to meet the needs of a diverse range of clients. Our multi-disciplinary staff of mental health and chemical dependency licensed psychiatric professionals include MDs, nurse practitioners (ARNPs), social workers, counselors, nurses, case managers, and other professionals.

History

On November 26, 1971, Washington State's Secretary of State approved Articles of Incorporation for Clallam County Center for Mental Health and Retardation. In early 1972, the organization's name was changed to Peninsula Counseling Center. In April 1991, the agency was formally renamed Peninsula Community Mental Health Center.

On March 30, 2012, we became Peninsula Behavioral Health. Although we have always existed as a private, not-for-profit community mental health center, our name changes have reflected both expansion of our mission and a more sophisticated public perception of our role within the community.

Board

Officers:
  • Roger Oakes
  • President
  • Dave Neupert
  • Vice President
  • Jen Gouge
  • Secretary
  • Yvonne Ziomkowski
  • Treasurer
Members:
  • Alda Siebrands
  • Deb Reed
  • Grant Munro
  • J. Richard Manning
  • Jon Krause
  • Tony Bush

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Port Angeles Office
118 East 8th Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362
Ofc: (360) 457-0431
Fax: (360) 457-0493

Sequim Office
490 North 5th Avenue
Sequim, WA 98382
Ofc: (360) 681-0585

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