24/7 Crisis Support Call: 1-888-910-0416

COVID-19 Coronavirus Response

Due to the concern of COVID-19 in our community, Peninsula Behavioral Health has taken steps to reduce risks for our clients and staff. PBH continues to offer a wide spectrum of behavioral health, crisis support, and medication management services. Click here to read ongoing updates about how we are changing policies to keep clients and staff safe. Please call our office at (360) 457-0431 with any questions.

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Hope Starts Here

Peninsula Behavioral Health is making world class behavioral healthcare available to everyone in our community.

Careers that Change Clallam

Join the team at Clallam County’s  largest 501(c)3 nonprofit behavioral healthcare clinic. Peninsula Behavioral Health provides competitive salary and benefit packages as well as paid training. Make a difference and enjoy work-life balance on the scenic Olympic Peninsula.

Unparalleled expertise. Local community care.

Peninsula Behavioral Health is Clallam County’s primary resource for behavioral health and co-occurring disorder counseling. We believe that everyone, regardless of income, deserves access to quality behavioral healthcare. We are proud to make behavioral healthcare and therapy affordable and accessible to our community. 

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Serving Clallam since 1971

Peninsula Behavioral Health offers behavioral health, crisis intervention and co-occurring substance use disorder services to adults, youth and families. Our multi-disciplinary team of experts is recognized for their compassionate, professional care. Click here to learn more about PBH.

Your support makes a difference in Clallam County.

Everyone in our community deserves access to quality, comprehensive behavioral healthcare. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit we depend on the support of individual donors and community partners to bridge the gaps for uninsured and underinsured clients. We are proud to treat all members of our community, regardless of their ability to pay for services.

Mental Health First Aid
2020 class schedule now available

Take a course, save a life. A person you know could be experiencing a mental health or substance use problem. You can learn an action plan to help. Contact us today to sign up for the free Mental Health First Aid course or Youth Mental Health First Aid course.