Residential services at Peninsula Behavioral Health


Some residents of our community require more support. At Peninsula Behavioral Health, we are determined to offer that support while allowing our clients to maintain as much independence as possible.

Our empathetic residential team is supportive of our clients’ needs and wants. We assist our clients to integrate into the community with practical, independent living skills through short life skills workshops, lunch and learn meetings, and one-on-one support. Staff maintains a Home Care Aide License, First Aid/CPR Certifications, and Food Handling permit.

We all value our independence.

PBH has three supported living homes in the Port Angeles community. 

Everyone who lives in our supported living home settings has access to our pharmacy, psychiatric, medical and nursing team, community support services, and adult outpatient psychotherapy services.

People who live in our supported living homes receive care and support while maintaining their independence. The residents of these homes manage their daily activities, medication, and use of public transportation with the support of our Community Support Staff. 

Residents have individual service plans with goals developed to improve their functioning skills level while managing their mental illness.

    How to access residential services at PBH

    Peninsula Behavioral Health clients may receive a referral for supported living services through their PBH treatment team. Residential services are only available to current PBH clients. For more information on becoming a PBH client, click here or call (360) 457-0431.