The Stillaguamish Tribe’s health clinic is located in space shared with tribal administration. The 1,040 SF building provides primary care services. The clinic has a counseling office and exam room. The program is operated by the Tribe under an IHS funded P.L. 93-638 Title I contract. Programs include alcohol counseling and elder services. The Tribe employs a mid-level practitioner who is either an RN, NP or PHN, a physician’s assistant and contracts with an MD for services. Stillaguamish bills for laboratory costs but does not bill Medicaid or Medicare. The Tribe’s Contract Health Service Delivery Area (CHSDA) is Snohomish County.
Services are available to Stillaguamish Tribal Members, other enrolled Native Americans, and Tribal / Casino employees and their families. Conveniently located near the Cascade Valley Hospital in Arlington.
The Behavioral Health Program of the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians is dedicated to assisting individuals, families and the community to improve individual functioning and elevate the quality of life for all. Available to Native Americans and non-natives alike, the Chemical Dependency Programs are committed to providing treatment of the highest quality by licensed and deeply caring experienced professionals. The Stillaguamish Behavioral Health Program is a chemical dependency facility that provides quality services for the members of the community who are currently struggling with addictions to mind & mood altering drugs. Our staff consists of caring individuals that pride themselves on assisting others on the path to recovery.
Island Crossing Counseling Services (ICCS) mission is to assist individuals, families, and the community to achieve a lifestyle of sobriety and health. Our ultimate goal is the development of a community of sobriety in which sober, healthy living is the norm, and individual responsibility is accepted by all members of the community. By assisting one individual or one family at a time, we build a community of sobriety one individual or family at a time. As the community grows, it becomes easier for individuals to choose sobriety, healthy living over substance abuse and dependency. To Initiate Opiate Replacement (Methadone) Treatment for a new patient an assessment must be completed
The enrolled tribal population is 237 and the Indian population living on or near the reservation is 487. The active health clinic user population is 149. The leading causes of death are heart disease, malignant neoplasm, cirrhosis of the liver, accidents other than motor vehicles, and cerebrovascular disease. There were 141 Active users in 2002.