Jun. 9, 2016
The Circle of Care project goal is to create a system of care model for Native children and young adults that includes American Indian and Alaska Native views and culture. The principle values of Circles of Care are that it be family-driven and youth guided, community-based and culturally relevant.
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting Carrie Johnson, PhD from United American Indian Involvement at our next community advisory meeting. We will be discussing how to move from community needs into a system of care blueprint model of youth and family focused services and programs. We hope that you can join us and welcome your feedback. All are welcome to attend.
Join us Saturday, June 18, 2016 from 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Cowlitz Tribal Health
15455 65th Ave S
Seattle, Washington 98188
Light snacks and beverages will be available!
For more information about Carrie Johnson, PhD, please download her bio.
If you have questions about the Circles of Care Advisory Meeting, please contact Andrew Guillen, Project Coordinator, by email or phone 206-324-9360 ext. 4075