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Youth Services

Our goal is to foster a generation of kids full of compassion, determination and generosity by focusing as much on children’s social and emotional development as we do their academics. 

At Seattle Indian Health Board, your child will be treated as a whole person as we encourage  balance and wellness physically, spiritually, mentally and emotionally.

Our Youth services include:  

  • Case management    
  • Mathletes summer camp - Registration begins annually in May
  • Health information and referral  
  • Group activities
  • Youth suicide and methamphetamine prevention and outreach
  • Boy and Girl Scout Troops

Kwacil Youth Program case management services are now in the open enrollment phase for the 2017-2018 school year. 
To be eligible, students must be in (entering) first through fifth grade, self-identify as Native, and attend Seattle Public Schools.  Spaces fill quickly. Our enrollment flyer has more details. Please call (206) 324-9360, ext. 4807 for more information.

Kwacil Youth Program benefits include:

  • School supplies and education incentives
  • Monthly organic food bags
  • School advocacy with special education, truancy and discipline
  • Reading and math camps
  • Cultural field trips
  • Referrals for housing, food, medical, mental health and other resources

For more information about boy and girl scouts see our flyer.