Salish Behavioral Health Organization
Human Services
614 Division Street, MS-23
Port Orchard, WA,  98366
Phone: 360-337-7185 * FAX: 360-337-5721
 
Last Updated:  January 23, 2017

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SBHO ESTABLISHED
With the signing of the Interlocal Agreement establishing the Salish Behavioral Health Organization (BHO), we are on our way to transitioning the PRSN to the Salish BHO by the April 1, 2016 deadline.  For additional information regarding the Salish BHO, please click
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The Salish Behavioral Health Organization Advisory Board meets the fourth Friday at 12:00 p.m. 

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ABOUT US
Behavioral Health Programs are, with the department serving as the administrative unit of the Salish Behavioral Health Organization, a consortium of Clallam, Jefferson and Kitsap Counties. The consortium provides planning, contracting and administration to deliver a comprehensive system of community behavioral health services in the three-county area. The nine County Commissioners form the Salish Behavioral Health Organization Executive Board, which sets policy and has oversight responsibilities of the consortium.

Program services include:

  • emergency services, including involuntary treatment and crisis respite
  • inpatient services
  • medication management
  • transitional housing
  • case management
  • outpatient counseling
  • day treatment
  • vocational rehabilitation
  • Crisis Clinic (phone line) emergency counseling and referrals

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Approximately 7,000 children, adults, and elderly people with chronic and serious mental illness are served annually throughout the three counties. Many more clients receive assistance through information and referrals.

The program administers approximately $26,000,000 from federal and state grants. Direct services are provided through contracts with four community health providers and two consumer/family advocate groups in the three counties under the advice of the Salish Behavioral Health Organization Advisory Board.

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