For the health, safety, and well-being of our customers, employees, and community, we are temporarily closing our doors effective Thursday, November 19. We expect to reopen on Monday, November 30, 2020. All 24/7 services will continue normal operations including The Healing Lodge, Tulalip Police Department, Retirement Home, TANF, and Homeless Shelter.
Limited Services include CDAC, Finance, Housing, Media and Marketing, the Health Clinic (for acute care, telemedicine, and Covid testing), Public Works, and Tribal Court.
Staff will be on call for beda chelh, Legacy of Healing/Child Advocacy Center, Custodial, and Funeral Services.
Mission: Through positive beliefs in families, while offering consistent support, we provide opportunities for youth and family wellness and empowerment.
Teen Advocate Outreach: A program that provides intensive outreach for hard to reach native males and females (1 Male and 1 Female staff) 13-22 who have become disengaged in tribal health services, school, their community and their families. This staff consistently works with youth through negative suicidal thoughts, depression and anxiety, getting into and remaining in school, processing and support through addiction issues and how to develop positive relationships with others.
MOMs Group: Tulalip Tribes MOMs (Making Opportunities for Moms) Group is a community support group that meets every Tuesday from 11am-1pm. This weekly group is for women raising Tulalip or other Native children. It gives moms an opportunity to laugh, learn, and share a meal together. Moms are able to earn baby bucks each week to purchase essential items for baby and family at MOMs Group store, held quarterly. Each week an educational topic is presented, chosen according to the needs and wants of the participants.
Family Voices/WrapAround: Family Voices is a process where a facilitator works with youth or family to develop an action plan to achieve goals and build on the supports and strengths of the client(s). The process demonstrates respect for and builds upon the values, preferences, beliefs, culture, and identity of the youth/family, and community.
Parenting Classes: Family Haven Parenting classes provide parents with hands on material to help motivate and encourage positive communication with their children. Each session is culturally sensitive by blending content from Positive Indian Parenting and Skills for Successful Parenting: The eleven session class strives to improve family relationships while providing guidance to raising children.
Independent and Transitional Living Skills Program: The program supports youth to effectively transition into adulthood through a wide range of issues including legal, getting re-engaged in school, assistance with seeking employment, accessing community resources, setting up bank accounts, helping youth identify needed supports, and offering mentoring. A plan is developed with each youth to work on their specific needs and tasks to accomplish their goals.
Advocacy within a variety of systems
Family Preservation Program: This department provides Family Preservation Services, Promoting First Relationships and Triple P. The service is usually 3-4 months but can end early if agreed upon goals are completed. Promoting First Relationships and Triple P are proven programs that have specific goals in mind and have a structured agenda for weekly appointments. This is an In-Home Contract between The Tulalip Tribes and DSHS/DCYF. All referrals come from beda?chelh or the state CPS/Child Welfare Programs.
Services provided by these three programs include:
Crisis management and intervention, including after hours and weekends as needed
Budgeting, organizing household, meal planning
Helping families achieve compliance with services
Accessing community resources including Tribal, State and Federal resources
Problem solving school issues for students
Teaching developmentally appropriate parenting technique and discipline strategies
Promoting strong parent/child bonds between parents and their younger children