Our expert clinicians can help you manage your behavioral health. Hope starts here.
Youth, children and their families receive specialized care in our new Youth Services Center.
Crisis services are available 24/7. Do not hesitate; please call immediately if you are in crisis.
PBH offers two levels of substance use disorder treatment. Both can be combined with mental health.
Whole person care for clients in need includes day-use facility support and wellness monitoring.
You do not need to be a PBH client to get help from our PATH Homeless Outreach team.
How can I make an appointment?
Below is access information for services. Click here for access to Youth & Family Services.
How to access services at Peninsula Behavioral Health
Walk in or call the Peninsula Behavioral Health main office during office hours to set up your Intake Appointment. We are located at 118 E 8th St; our main office line is (360) 457-0431.
What is an Intake Appointment?
You will have a meeting with an Intake Mental Health Professional who will listen to your concerns and ask questions about symptoms and experiences. The two of you will collaboratively determine your needs and discuss available resources. This appointment generally lasts 1.5 hours.
How will my services be paid?
PBH accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and many private insurance carriers. We offer financial services if assistance is needed. PBH does not decline services for someone unable to pay.
To access services or obtain more information, please call or walk in to our main office, Monday-Friday, 8AM – 5PM.
Adult walk-in intake appointments occur every Thursday and Friday at 8AM. (First-come, first-served.)
Children’s walk-in intake appointments occur every Thursday at 8AM. (First-come, first-served.)
Hours and Locations
Port Angeles Campus
Main Clinic: 118 E 8th St
Ofc: (360) 457-0431
Crisis services are available 24/7. Call (360) 457-0431 or walk in during office hours for crisis services.
You deserve quality behavioral healthcare.
Everyone deserves access to quality, comprehensive behavioral healthcare. No one is denied services due to inability to pay or for reasons of race, creed, color, national origin, disability, religion, age, veteran status, gender, transgender status, or sexual orientation.