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Chief Seattle Club and didgwalic wellness center offer the following services to tribal members (descriptions of services are from the respective organizations).

Assistance Contacting TribesWhile we do require tribal enrollment verification to become a member, we try to have staff available to assist in contacting tribes for multiple reasons; tribal enrollment verification, tribal ID replacement, tribal assistance, etc. If a member needs assistance with contacting their tribe, they can ask the Front Desk Coordinator, the Information and Referral Specialist, or the Case Manager.
Case ManagementThe Case Manager is available by sign-up sheet Monday -Friday 7:00 am – 2:00 pm. Zoey, our housing case manager is able to assist members with the following: Resumes, job searches, prepping for interviews; Assistance about who and where to reach out for other services (CSC and outside of CSC); Getting Tribal IDs, birth certificates, transcripts from college, applications; Assistance with finding family members; Assistance in finding a treatment facility and admittance; Advocating and just being available for talking and listening and/or praying; Troubleshooting and problem solving and figuring out next steps; Negotiations for extra vouchers.
ClothingWe have a clothing closet with items donated from the community that members can get items as
needed. While we don’t limit how many times a person comes per week, we do ask that members take
one or two items per visit as sometimes there is a limited amount of clothing items.
DSHS Outreach WorkerDSHS Outreach Worker is available Monday – Friday from about 8:30 – 11:00 am. There is a sign-up sheet located at the Information & Referral Desk.
Domestic ViolenceWe have a DV Advocate here for Women’s Group every Wednesday from 10:00 – 11:30 am.
EmploymentWe are able to connect members with different organizations we here about through the community, with tribal TERO programs, and with projects such as MID’s Millionaire Program. Ask the Information & Referral Specialist and/or the Case Manager for more information regarding employment opportunities.
FoodHot meals: We have cereal, oatmeal, and hot coffee available first thing in the morning when we open at 7:00 am; join us for a hot breakfast at from 8:00 – 10:00 am and/or for a hot lunch from 12:00 – 1:00 pm.
Food to-go: Please be sure to grab a sandwich to go from the front desk on your way out the door.
Gambling Problem
Health CareWe have a nurse available Monday – Saturday from 9:00 – 11:00 am. She is located next to the
member bathrooms and sees patients on a first come, first served basis.
Hepatitis ResourcesEvery 3rd Thursday from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, we have an outreach worker from the HEP project available for
counseling, education, and testing.
HousingThe Housing Case Manager is available by sign-up sheet Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 2:00 pm and is able to assist members with the following: • Shelter placement and/or street to home placement • Eviction prevention • Some utility costs • Getting members into coordinated entry for all • Housing assistance • Advocacy with landlords
Hygiene FacilitiesHygiene Facilities Showers, hygienic items available such as: • Pads & tampons • Toothbrushes & toothpaste • Shaving needs items • Shower needs items • Hair products & accessories (hair dryer and curling iron, etc.) • Basic hygienic items such as: • Q-tips • Condoms • Socks • Underwear • Band-Aids
Laundry ServiceMembers can sign up for their laundry to be washed & dried first come, first serve basis in the mornings.
We have enough sign up spots to do 7 loads of laundry daily.
Legal ServicesUrban Indian Legal Clinic: Twice a month we have an attorney available to help with any legal matters a member might have the need for a consultation and assistance with. Members are able to sign up to meet with an attorney every 1st and 3rd Tuesdays each month. Members are to sign up ahead of time with Colleen Chalmers.

Social Security Attorney: Every Friday, we have an attorney specializing in social security matters available from 9:30 am – 12:00 pm for members. There is a sign-up sheet at the Information & Referral Desk.
Internet AccessWe have five computers available from 7:00 am – 2:00 pmn for members to utilize. These are free to use for watching videos, movies, music, Facebook and other social media sites, research, job searching, and resume building to name a few common uses. See the Information & Referral Desk for sign-up sheet and if you have any questions.
MailAny member is able to receive their mail at Chief Seattle Club. We also have mail forwarding for those who may need it. Because of the high volume of mail that comes in, we do have set mail times from 8:30 – 9:30 am
and then again from 12:30 – 1:30 pm.
Mental HealthWe have a mental health counselor available to members both by appointment and by first come, first serve 4 days a week. She is available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
and Friday from about 8:00 am – 2:00 pm. Please see her to make appointments.
PhonePhone (local and long distance) We have two phones available for members to use from 7:00 am – 2:00 pm.
Shelter & Shower Services
Substance Abuse

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