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About Peninsula Behavioral Health

Unparalleled expertise. Local community care. 

Peninsula Behavioral Health started small; however, today, we are recognized as Clallam’s primary resource for behavioral health. PBH offers mental health care, co-occurring, and substance use disorder counseling, in addition to integrated primary care. Last year our staff of 150+ provided care to over 3,500 neighbors, including over 900 children.

Peninsula Behavioral Health has the expertise and resources to treat residents who need care. Our clinical team includes mental health and substance use disorder experts, MDs, nurse practitioners (ARNPs), social workers, counselors, case managers, and peer mentors. Additionally, PBH provides robust ongoing training in evidence-based practices for staff. Our team is equipped to meaningfully support people struggling with a wide variety of issues, from childhood trauma to schizophrenia to acute crises to episodic depression. 

PBH recruits, trains, and develops the highest quality professional team. As a result, our staff has earned their reputation as dedicated, caring professionals within the community. Our team has the resources and expertise needed to help vulnerable people. 

We believe that everyone deserves access to quality behavioral health care. PBH is primarily funded through a combination of State and Federal dollars. In addition, we depend on the generous support of individuals and community partners to bridge the gaps for underinsured patients. We are proud to make behavioral healthcare and therapy in Clallam County accessible.

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Our Mission

To provide quality comprehensive behavioral health services to the residents of our community.

Our Vision

To support the development of a healthy, caring, and safe community while responding to its evolving needs.

Our Values


We started with seven therapists and a vision. With your support, we’ve become the #1 mental health facility in Clallam County.

Meet our CEO Wendy Sisk, along with the rest of our dedicated Executive Leadership team and Board of Directors.

We’re growing! Learn more about our Port Angeles and Sequim offices, the new Youth Services Center, and more.