Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians
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The Siletz Tribal Health Care Program is the delivery of comprehensive health care to the Siletz Indian People and their dependants residing within the eleven county service area of Western Oregon. Services are provided through a combination of direct care, contracts and referral to appropriate agencies.

 

Contact Information

Address:
200 Gwee-Shut Rd.
PO Box 320
Siletz, OR 97380

Telephone:
(800) 648-0449
(541) 444-1030
(541) 444-444-9678 Health Administration Fax for "non-patient information only"

ALL PATIENT INFORMATION & REQUESTS MUST BE SENT TO THIS FAX:
Medical Records Fax: (541) 444-9695

E-mail:

Don Brandon, Health Director
donbjr@ctsi.nsn.us  

Ralene Butler, Admin/QI Coordinator
raleneb@ctsi.nsn.us
 
Ruby Moon, Community Health Director 
rubym@ctsi.nsn.us 
 

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Healthcare

 

Clinic Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

 

"We'll do everything possible to not only provide you with quality health care, but also to involve you in decisions about your health, and participate with you in developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle for the future.

For your part, we welcome any suggestions or constructive criticism you might have. Hopefully, through a cooperative effort, we can provide excellent health care for healthier, happier lives."

- Judy Muschamp, Health Director

 

 

Outpatient Treatment

Philosophy

The primary philosophy of the Siletz Tribal Alcohol and Drug Program is that alcoholism, chemical dependency, and other addictions are progressive illnesses. When left untreated they can cause emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual problems for the person, family, and community. Addictions are treatable and staff is personally dedicated to providing culturally relevant treatment services.

Values

The Siletz Tribal Alcohol and Drug Program adheres to the following:

  • The continuous improvement of service delivery.
  • People deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
  • The value of diversity and cultural sensitivity

Services provided

  • Evaluation/Assessment
  • Referral to appropriate resources
  • Alcohol/other drug education
  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Family treatment
  • Cultural/traditional counseling*
  • Adolescent treatment
  • Women's specific treatment*
  • Intervention*
  • Recreational therapy*
  • Urinalysis/saliva testing


*These services may not be readily available in all locations. When needed, staff from other locations may be utilized.