The Confederated Tribes offer many services to local tribal members and their descendants. There are no fees for Native Americans enrolled in these services.
Head Start services are available to young children.
Colville Tribal members with financial need may be eligible for supplemental grants that may be used at a 2-4 year university.
Vocational rehabilitation may be provided to Native Americans with disabilities. For more information, please click here.
Employment and Training Services are also available. You will need to see a Job Developmer for interviews, assessments, counsel and more.
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) can be provided to low income families where at least one member is a Native American.
LIHEAP funds can assist with energy costs.
Health Care Services
Peacemaker Circle provides supportive talking circles to help Tribal community members heal from their experiences, such as drug addiction, divorce, abuse or custody issues.
Legal services may be available.
Public Defenders are available to assist when the Tribes charge a member with a crime or try to remove children from their homes.
Mental health services include mental health assessments, evaluations, and treatment. Treatment options can focus on individuals, families and groups.
Substance abuse treatment services include DUI assessments, alcohol and drug information, chemical dependency outpatient treatment services and intensive outpatient treatment services.