Facilities at Peninsula Behavioral Health
Port Angeles Main Office
118 E 8th Street, Port Angeles
Peninsula Behavioral Health has grown from a staff of 7 founding employees in 1971 to over 130 today. We have expanded our campus to include three offices, the Horizon Center day-use facility, the Crisis Respite Center, the Arlene Engel Home and three additional adult transition homes.
Our 8th Street location serves as the main hub of our agency (pictured here). The office is over 26,000 square feet and includes more than 60 offices as well as conference rooms and a large multipurpose room with kitchen.
490 North 5th Avenue, Sequim
Our Sequim office is open Monday through Friday and is conveniently located on 5th Ave. Our Sequim office includes 6 offices and a flexible group room. Peninsula Behavioral Health staff rotate through the Sequim offices based on client needs.
Youth Services Center
112-A E 8th Street, Port Angeles
The PBH Youth Services Center was opened in 2019 to provide a designated space of healing for youth, children and their families. The Youth Services Center includes 11 offices, a conference room and a flexible resource room for play therapy.
This incredible space was only made possible with the support of our community and our generous donors. Check out the progress pictures below!
223 E 8th Street, Port Angeles
The Horizon Center is an intensive Day Support Program that provides life skills training and a meal Monday through Friday.
In 2019 the Horizon Center was moved from its location on Lincoln Street to its new location at 223 E 8th Street. The Horizon Center reopened in January, 2020.
Arlene Engel Home
Our Arlene Engel Home is a 19 bed assisted living facility. PBH staff provide 24-hour care to support residents with severe and persistent mental illness. The historic home sits overlooking the bluff in Port Angeles.
Supported Living Homes
Supported living homes are supported living arrangements with partial supervision. Clients who live in one of our three homes are provided necessary aid to promote and maintain independent living in the community.
Learn more about the history of Peninsula Behavioral Health
PBH was founded in 1971 with a staff of 7. Today we employ over 130 and see over 3,000 Clallam County residents. Click here to learn more about the history of Peninsula Behavioral Health.