PBH Coronavirus Response
PBH Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Updates
PBH works hard to meet the community’s needs while keeping our staff safe.
We continue to provide as many services as possible, and we have expanded telehealth and phone services.
Here’s what to know about current mask requirements and updates on vaccinations:
- The indoor mask mandate is now in place. What does this mean for you and our community? Vaccinated or not, wearing a mask in any indoor gathering is now required for everyone ages five and older. Masks are encouraged for children ages two through five.
- Masks are currently not required outdoors but are recommended for large crowds in close proximity.
- Vaccinations are not required but encouraged when you visit PBH. Wearing a mask is required.
- There is currently a vaccination card mandate in Clallam County. What this means is you might be required to provide proof of double-dose vaccinations to enter an establishment.
Crisis Services are available 24/7 through Volunteers of America, and a PBH Designated Crisis Responder will be dispatched when appropriate; please call 888-910-0416.
We require all staff and visitors to wear a mask.
We will do our best to update you via Facebook and our website whenever changes occur.
Let’s take care of one another! We can do this together!
If you cannot make it into PBH for your prescriptions, we now offer free delivery. Please call our Genoa Pharmacy at
Sequim office is currently open 8AM-5PM, Monday – Friday. Clients may have the option to participate in appointments via telehealth.
We are open from 9:30AM-2:30PM, and handing out sack lunches from 11:30AM-1:30PM. Please call (360) 457-3566 if you plan to attend so we can make safe accommodations. Clients can make an appointment to use showers/laundry facilities.
What you need to know about the Coronavirus in Clallam County.
- Most cases of COVID-19 will not mean hospitalization or even a trip to an emergency room. Hospital care is a precious resource that needs to be reserved for those with the most severe symptoms.
- Follow the advice of public health to prevent infection; these are common-sense steps like wearing a mask, washing your hands, and not touching your face. If you are sick, stay home.
- If your symptoms become worse, call your local nurse line or the DOH coronavirus hotline at 1-800-525-0127, press # for symptom evaluation.
- Continue to see your provider for regularly scheduled visits to address your other health care needs. Do not neglect your current needs.
- Masks may not prevent you from getting the virus, but they can help prevent the spread of the illness because they stop big droplets from sneezes and coughs from becoming airborne or contaminating surfaces.
Taking care of your mental and physical health is essential.
Take care of yourself by following common-sense steps and avoiding misinformation.
PBH recommends the following websites for accurate information:
It is normal to feel sad, stressed, confused, scared, or angry during a crisis. Talking to people you trust can help. Contact your friends and family and be proactive about reaching out to others you think may need extra support.
If you must stay at home, maintain a healthy lifestyle – including proper diet, sleep, exercise, and social contacts with loved ones at home and by email and phone with other family and friends.
Don’t use tobacco, alcohol, or recreational drugs to cope with stress. Have a plan of where to go and how to seek help for physical and mental health needs if required. Healthy alternatives are going for a walk, bike riding, hiking, and enjoying the outdoors.
Clallam County is a strong community! We will get through this together by taking care of one another.
If you have questions about COVID-19, call the Clallam Hotline at 360-417-2430.