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COMMUNITY HEALTH

Director of Community Health

360-716-5662

360-716-5778

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7615 Totem Beach Rd
Building A
Tulalip, WA 98271


Hours:

  • Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Community Health – haʔɬ sʔibəš (Good Journey)

Winner of the National Indian Health Board Tribal Accreditation Support Initiative (Beginner Cohort)

More information on the Tribal ASI can be found at https://www.nihb.org/tribalasi/index.php

Mission:

Our mission is to build a strong and healthy community free from health inequities by providing services including, but not limited to, health education, care coordination, non-emergency medical transportation, health advocacy, Caregiver services, WIC services, nutritional support services, and resources for new, and existing life-givers. We aim to raise the overall spiritual, emotional, physical, and environmental health of Tribal Members, and their families, by walking alongside them to achieve their highest well-being.

Values:

The Tulalip Community Health Department- haʔɬ sʔibəš will work toward the greater Mission and Goal by providing safe spaces and opportunities for community voices to be heard and honoring Elder traditions by allowing their experience to guide in upholding tribal oral traditions.

Goal:

The Tulalip Community Health Department- haʔɬ sʔibəš has the goal to walk alongside Tribal Members and their families to work through difficult transitions in life and achieve their highest well-being by following community health best practices by conducting structured, organized community outreach.

Vision:

The Tulalip Community Health Department- haʔɬ sʔibəš envisions a future Tribal community that is actively engaged in addressing and eliminating health inequities and improving outcomes. We emphasize reaching Tribal Members who are experiencing the burdens of death, disability, substance abuse, mental health issues, and chronic diseases. Each Tribal Member and family will be empowered to improve their health and well-being through active participation in prevention activities focused on traditional practices.