The Seattle Indian Health Board provides many different programs to assist our community members in living their best lives individually and as a family.
Find out more information about our range of community services by clicking the page links below:
The Elders program offers American Indian and Alaska Native elders a place to connect to each other and their community along with providing individualized assistance with personal goals, housing and social services.
The Veterans and Family program provides a range of services to those who have served in the military and/or their family members.
The Domestic Violence program provides support to women victims of domestic violence including safety planning, locating shelters and other services.
The Youth Services program works with Seattle Public School Native students and their families to reduce absenteeism and increase academic performance through case management, group activities, health referrals and other services.
Circles of Care is a specialized project designed to build a coalition and partnerships with community members, organizations, and service delivery providers to improve and develop a comprehensive, integrated, culturally responsive system of care for our AI/AN children, youth, and families in King County.