Tuwaduq Family Services
Tuwaduq Family Services
561 North Tribal Center Rd, Skokomish, WA 98584
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8 am. to 5 pm.
Phone: (360) 426-7788 Fax: (360) 877-6585
- Tuwaduq Family Services is dedicated to the promotion of social, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being of the present and future generations; building toward an independent, healthy nation that preserves the traditional values, culture and customs of the Tuwaduq people. Tuwaduq Family Services will provide programs and services to children, youth, families and community designed to create a self-reliant and self-sufficient Skokomish Tuwaduq Nation.
Our goal is to develop wrap-around programs that provide an array of services in one facility. We are creating a circle of care system that addresses multiple issues an individual or family may experience. The staff and programs are working as a team to ensure that each individual and family receives the services or referral resources available to meet their needs.
Summary of Services
- Social Service Manager – Administers and oversees all operations within the Social Services Department, including authorizing all contracts, agreements, referral transactions, and budget
expenditures. Is responsible for the day-to-day supervision of personnel and program planning.
- Administrative Assistant/Receptionist – Provides administrative assistance to the Social Service staff and programs. Answering phones and taking messages for staff. Provides intake of food vouchers and provides guidance to the community when calling.
- Family Violence – Provides victims of violence support through advocacy, emergency shelter, and necessities. Community education and prevention of domestic and family violence, follow-up, home visits, phone contacts with clients, continued advocacy that may include court appearances with the victims and provides referrals to the other resources.
- Vocational Rehabilitation – Provides culturally appropriate, community-based program of vocational rehabilitation services consistent with their individual strengths, resources, priorities, concerns, abilities, capabilities, interests, and informed choices so that they may prepare for and engage in gainful employment. Collaborates with the General Assistance program and Workforce Development program to develop sustainable employment opportunities.
- Garden Program – Provides organic fresh vegetables for community elders and all other community members who may need fresh vegetables and traditional medicines. Provides wood for community elders during the winter season, while wood supply is available.
- WIC Program – Provides healthy food & nutrition information for you and your child up to age 5.
- AOA/Title VI Elder Luncheon Program – Provides healthy nutrition meals, 3 times per week required to meet the Older American Act (OAA) nutrition requirements and dietary guidelines for congregate and homebound meals.
- Healthy Families Program – Provides in-home visitation to families with children, prenatal to age 3. The focus is to support families by providing development information, healthy pregnancy information and parenting skill development, including traditional parenting practices.
|Tuwaduq Family Services Manager||Rosetta LaClair||(360) 426-7788 email@example.com|
|Admin Assistant/Receptionist||Donna LeClair||(360) 426-7788 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Domestic Violence Community Advocate||Linda Charette||(360) 426-7788 email@example.com|
|Elder Lunch Delivery/Receptionist||Chinook Miller||(360) 426-7788 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Vocational Rehabilitation Intake Counselor||Rosetta LaClair||(360) 426-7788 x. email@example.com|
|Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor||Barbara Churchill||(360) 426-7788 x. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|General Assistance||Rosetta LaClair||(360) 426-7788 x. email@example.com|
|Elder Lunch Head Cook||Ocean Sparr||(360) 877-2627|
|Healthy Families Home Visitor||Vacant|