Quality of Life
Making Clallam County a better place begins with a happy, healthy team.
Welcome to Port Angeles
Peninsula Behavioral Health is positioned in Clallam County, “where the mountains meet the sea.” Our main office is located just a mile from the gateway to Olympic National Park and only eight blocks from the waterfront, including the ferry to Victoria, B.C.
Your daily commute will offer a welcome relief from the traffic gridlock of metropolitan areas. After work, a wealth of natural and cultural adventures await you.
Follow these links for more information about the quality of life that you can enjoy here.
Work with a team that supports your professional development.
Peninsula Behavioral Health bases its personnel policies on an underlying philosophy focused upon respect for the dignity and individuality of each employee. Our team of 150+ employees works hard to provide quality comprehensive behavioral health services to the residents of our community.
We support the community and urge our employees to get involved. Clallam County is truly a unique and beautiful place with a fantastic, tight-knit local community.
We are active within the Washington Community Mental Health Council, which has a strong voice in our state’s capital by educating legislators and administrators and vigorously promoting funding for mental health services.
Despite our growth, many of those in leadership positions have worked their way up in the agency and understand the importance of remaining connected and accessible to staff. We still greet each other on a first name basis in the hallways!
Training is frequently offered on a variety of topics, and all-staff meetings are held quarterly to further promote information-sharing. We promote from within when and where possible.
All full-time staff are asked to participate in our Performance Improvement Process to further strengthen our organization and enhance the quality of our services.
Student loan repayment
PBH maintains site approval to participate in loan repayment programs for licensed clinicians in eligible disciplines through the Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) and the National Health Service Corps (NHSC). These programs are offered to health professionals working in underserved areas of Washington. PBH is located within a Health Professional Shortage Area.
Further information is available at http://nhsc.hrsa.gov/ and https://www.wsac.wa.gov/
Peninsula Behavioral Health provides ongoing training in behavioral health, substance use treatment, and social work topics.
As part of our benefits package, employees are offered an annual education benefit. We are proud to support our team’s development.