We are so pleased that you are considering accessing services at our Wellness Center. The Suquamish Tribe Wellness Center assists our community members in overcoming obstacles that hinder growth throughout their life’s journey. Many counseling opportunities are provided to accomplish this mission in the areas of mental health, substance use and problem gambling. We strive to provide culturally-responsive programs based on the unique needs of the people and community we serve. The treatment offered will continually be reviewed and revitalized. We honor each and every attempt a person makes toward achieving their full potential.
Please call the main office line listed on the contact page. You may also make one in person at our offices during business hours.
During business hours, available Wellness staff will make reasonable attempts to assist you, and/or your family during a crisis. Please understand that in any life threatening emergency, you will receive a more timely and appropriate response by calling 911 or the Crisis Clinic at 1-800-843-4793.
If you are a new Mental Health or Chemical Dependency patient, or have not been seen recently, an intake appointment will be scheduled to obtain preliminary information and complete paperwork. For Chemical Dependency, this must be done prior to scheduling an assessment, and will take up to two hours.
Available to all community members.
Intense Outpatient Programs
Detox Referral & Coordination
Standard Outpatient Programs
Monthly Monitoring Groups
Individual CD Counseling
Drug Court Treatment
Inpatient Referral & Coordination
Available for the Suquamish Tribal Community and other enrolled Tribal Members living on the Port Madison Indian Reservation. If we are unable to see you, we will provide you with appropriate referral options.
Individual Mental Health Assessments
Family & Relationship Counseling
Medication Management for Suquamish Tribal Members
Mental Health Groups
These services are free to all community members.
Providing support and resources for community members who have been victims of crime.
Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm Phone: (360) 394-7156
24-Hour Crisis Response Phone: (360) 328-6622
Information & support to concerned family & friends
Facilitation of family meetings
Crisis evaluation and referral
Availability for speaking at community forums
Organization and promotion of healthy community events
Available to Suquamish Tribal Households
Suquamish Tribal Members may be eligible for Transportation services. These can be accessed by calling our main number or coming in to fill out a “Transportation Request Form”. This form needs to be filled out and turned in at least 48 hours prior to the appointment.
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