Peninsula Behavioral Health

A nonprofit organization

$1,650 raised by 17 donors

83% complete

$2,000 Goal

Your gift today will make it possible for us to continue treating our neighbors who need our help the most. You can be a part of our team and tackle the issues at the root of many of our community’s social problems. Thank you for joining the movement to improve Clallam County this #GivingTuesday!

  • Did you know that PBH saw 3,425 individual clients last year?
  • Did you know that PBH employs over 130 professionals at the agency?
  • Did you know that we own and provide services from 9 buildings across Port Angeles and Sequim? 
  • Did you know that we operate the only assisted living facility on the Peninsula for people living with severe and persistent mental illness?

No other agency in Clallam County has the capacity to deliver psychiatric, behavioral health, case management, homeless outreach, and co-occurring disorder services in one place.

Last year, your extraordinary support helped us not only cover fees for nearly 500 Clallam County residents who couldn’t afford treatment, but it also helped us open the new Youth Services Center. Nearly 900 local youth now have their own safe space of healing. We couldn’t have accomplished any of this without you.

Unfortunately, PBH will be experiencing unprecedented financial strain in 2020, primarily due to deep cuts in non-Medicaid funding. Programs that we have been providing could end; some people in our community are at risk of losing access to our services.

Peninsula Behavioral Health aims to provide comprehensive behavioral health services to residents of Clallam County, regardless of their ability to pay. But we cannot protect our most vulnerable neighbors without your help. Thanks for being a part of #ClallamGives and making our community stronger.

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Organization name

Peninsula Behavioral Health

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Health Children & Family Community


118 E 8TH ST


(360) 457-0431

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