Notice: We are no longer accepting new clients. Chaplaincy Health Care has decided, for business reasons, to discontinue its Behavioral Health program effective May 31, 2021. Current clients received a letter from us the week of May 3 about this change and what steps need to be taken. We want a smooth transition of care for everyone.  Current clients are encouraged to call us at (509) 783-7416 with any questions and concerns. Learn more.

Expert guidance during life's challenges.

Working through life’s challenges can be easier when you have help managing change and navigating uncertainty. The experienced team of counselors from Chaplaincy Behavioral Health can help you restore lost connections, transform trauma, regain control and find new strength. You can receive expert guidance by meeting with one of our professional counselors in our office, or if you are homebound we can come to you.


  • Licensed therapists offer evidence-based treatments that have proven results.
  • Services emphasize improving the two things that matter most – quality of life and relationships.
  • Counseling is for individuals, children or families and is culturally sensitive and bi-lingual.

We can help you right now. Call (509) 783-7417

Se Habla Español (509) 460-5804


What types of life challenges can be addressed?

Chaplaincy Behavioral Health focuses on the two things that matter most – quality of life and relationships. We can help you work through many different disorders and challenges.

How do I begin Service?

The best way is to call us directly at (509) 783-7417 to discuss your needs. Se habla español (509) 460-5804. Your physician or other healthcare professional can also make a referral.

How is counseling paid for?

We accept Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurances. We also accept self-pay for those who don’t want to involve insurance at all.

How long have you been doing this?

Chaplaincy Behavioral Health evolved from a community need for an integrated service of spiritual care and mental health services in the early 1970s, beginning with pastoral counseling.

“I had given up hope of making sense out of my life.”

“Thanks to Chaplaincy Behavioral Health, now I see a new future and have
the energy to meet it.”