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

Our Services

24/7 Crisis Services

 Do not wait if you are in crisis: call 360-457-0431 or walk in during office hours for immediate help. You can also call the toll-free 24/7 Salish Regional Crisis Line at 1-888-910-0416 or chat online at www.imhurting.org.

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.

Community Support Services

 

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.

Access primary care services through Peninsula Behavioral Health.

Supported housing programs for persons with severe and persistent mental illness.

PBH has partnered with Genoa to bring clients a convenient onsite pharmacy.

How can I make an appointment?

Below is general access information for services. Click here for access to Youth & Family Services. You can always walk in or call during office hours to ask about setting up a first appointment.

If you have Medicaid:
If you are 13 or older, come to the Port Angeles office on Wednesday at 8AM for a same-day Intake Appointment (available on a first-come, first-served basis).

What is an Intake Appointment? You will have a meeting with an Intake Clinician 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 ½ hours. The Intake Clinician will schedule your first appointment for services that are well suited to your unique situation.

In order to minimize the risk of COVID – 19 exposure in our community, most intakes take place over the phone, or via Zoom. In person intake are available for people who need them.

You may also call our Main Office to discuss intake options.

If you have private insurance:
Call (360) 457-0431 or come in to our Port Angeles Main Clinic during regular business hours. When staff are available in our Access Department, they will help you immediately. In the event staff is not available, you will be asked to leave your phone number. A staff member will get back to you by the end of the following business day.

PBH will help you determine if your insurance provider covers the behavioral health services that you are seeking as well as the amount of deductibles and/or co-payments that you would be responsible for. Finally, we can see if you qualify for financial assistance, funded through our private donations, Hargrove and United Way grants, and/or a sliding fee scale.

If you have no insurance:
Call (360) 457-0431 or come into our Port Angeles Main Clinic during regular business hours. When staff are available in our Access Department, they will help you immediately. In the event staff is not available, you will be asked to leave your phone number. A staff member will get back to you by the end of the following business day.

Peninsula Behavioral Health will do whatever we can to provide services to you. We will conduct a financial review to see if you qualify for financial assistance, funded through our private donations, Hargrove and United Way grants, and/or a sliding fee scale.

Hours and Locations

Port Angeles Campus

Main Clinic: 118 E 8th St
M-F: 8AM-5PM
Ofc: (360) 457-0431

Youth Services: 112-A E 8th 
M-F: 8AM-5PM
Ofc: (360) 457-0431

Front Street Clinic

621 E Front St
Open M-F, 8AM-5PM
Ofc: (360) 912-8133

 Sequim Office

490 N 5th Ave
Open M-F, 8AM-5PM
Ofc: (360) 681-0585

Crisis Services

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.