Beginning March 17th, until further notice, services will be provided via telephone, email and mail; Offices will be closed to walk-in clients. Read more here.
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Until further notice, please call the clinic at 541-444-1030 before planning to come in and with any questions regarding the availability of services, as they are limited at this time.

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Mission Statement
“Dedicated to the Health and Well-being of the Members of the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians and the local community.”
Our Core Standards reflect how we value our Patients, Visitors and Co-workers by:

v  Providing a Safe and Sanitary Environment

v  Proving High Quality Health Care Services

v  Treating Patients with Consideration, Dignity and Respect

v  Promoting Improvement of Professional Competence, Skill and Quality

v  Using Protected Electronic Records System that Allow Prompt Retrieval

Our Siletz Tribal Council assumes full responsibility for the operations and performance of SCHC.
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200 Gwee-Shut RD
PO Box 320
Siletz, OR 97380-0320 

541-444-1030 or 800-648-0449

Monday—Thursday 7:30AM—5:00PM
Friday 10:00AM—5:00PM

Same-Day Access Visits can be scheduled by calling the clinic. You will be given an appointment time for that day or the next day.

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Health Director:                 Marci Muschamp
Admin/QI Coordinator:         Ralene Butler


Alcohol and Drug Program

The Siletz Tribal Alcohol and Drug Program is licensed by the State of Oregon, Department of Human Services, Mental Health and Addiction services, to provide Outpatient alcohol and drug services including:

  • Minority Specific Services
  • DUII Rehabilitation Services
  • DUII Information Services
  • Prevention Services


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.


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.


Siletz: (541) 444-8286

Outpatient Counselor I         Rich McKinney
Outpatient Counselor II       Andrew Eddings

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