Call Peninsula Behavioral Health for help: (360) 457-0431

Crisis Intervention

You are not alone. Help is available right now.

Call PBH at (360) 457-0431 and request crisis services.

Click here for 24/7 local and national crisis helplines.

Help is available right now. Do not hesitate if you are in crisis. We encourage you to call (360) 457-0431 any time to request a Designated Crisis Responder. You may also walk in during office hours for emergency crisis services.

You do not have to be a patient at Peninsula Behavioral Health to receive support in a crisis. We are here for you.


We believe quality crisis care should happen within our community.

The Clallam County Respite Center opened in December 2014.

PBH is on a mission to reduce hospitalizations. 

Hospitalizations for mental health crisis put an enormous burden on our community and each individual resident. PBH helps to minimize hospitalizations by operating a 6-bed voluntary crisis stabilization program for adults.

Providing local crisis care reduces the cost of expensive inpatient treatment for many residents, and it alleviates pressure on   families, the OMC emergency room, Port Angeles and Sequim Police Departments and Clallam County Jail.

If you feel you may be in crisis, please don’t hesitate contacting us. Our team will assess your situation and offer services or provide other resources. Call us any time at (360) 457-0431.