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Health Department

OUR VISION

“The mission of the HHS program is to enhance the health, social strength and self-reliance of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe; to advance the Jamestown S’Klallam community through education, advocacy, social and health services; and to serve the unique needs of the Tribal Community with professionalism, integrity, creativity and cultural sensitivity.”

Staff

Department Staff

Brent Simcosky – Health Director
Cindy Lowe – Deputy Director of Health Services
Vicki Wallner-Executive Assistant
Billie Adams 
– Health Benefits Assistant
Morgan Snell – Health Benefits Assistant
Darlene Taylor – Home Services
Ethel Colon – Community Health Representative

Staff Core Values

Member (Citizen) service
Excellence in all we do
Mutual respect
Building skill and teamwork
Effective communications
Recognition and celebration

Departments

Key Partnerships

We believe in and support:

  • Tribal and individual self-determination, independence and economic self-sufficiency
  • Holistic service delivery that embodies the four directions of the Medicine Wheel -physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual health
  • A focus on results with quality monitoring and continuous improvements
  • Effective outreach that increases access to service
  • Partnerships and networking with the local community, the community of Indian Tribes and other Organizations
  • Culturally competent service delivery and culturally responsive service planning

Over the years the Jamestown Tribe has developed many health programs designed to meet the needs of tribal citizens with an overall goal of improving the health status of the Tribal population.

The following are core components that together serve as a foundation for Health Programs and Services currently available to Tribal citizens:

Jamestown Family Health Clinic – provides Tribal and community access to primary care medical services

Jamestown Family Dental Clinic – provides Tribal and community access to oral health care prevention, diagnosis and treatment

Wellness Program for local Tribal citizens – the financial source that pays for health insurance, co pays, co-insurance, deductibles and other medically necessary services for Tribal citizens living in Clallam or East Jefferson Counties

Community Health and Wellness for local Tribal citizens – Health education and prevention including wellness activities specifically designed to address top priority health care issues for the Jamestown Tribal population

Health Benefits for Out-of-Area non-local Tribal citizens – a benefits package available to Tribal citizens living outside of Clallam and East Jefferson Counties.