Our Mission is to empower the community toward a healthy lifestyle; aid in the opportunity for growth and self-discovery in a safe, supportive and therapeutic environment– free from the destruction of alcohol, drugs, or violence.
Services and Programs:
- Substance Use Treatment
- Individual and Family Therapy
- Mental Health Counseling
- Domestic Violence Advocacy
- Offender Reentry
- Relational Life Skills
- Traditional plant medicine
What to Expect:
You will be provided a safe and confidential environment where you can talk about and work through current and past issues. You will also identify what your goals are for therapy which will help you work toward feeling better about yourself and your life.
The Chehalis Tribal Tsapowsum Behavioral Health Center provides behavioral health services to tribal and community members living on or near the reservation. We offer different level of treatment care per specific needs. The level of care depends on the severity of an individual’s addiction. Services include– Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, Alcohol & Drug Information School (ADIS), and DUI Services. We provide Drug & Alcohol Prevention programming for the community, which include programs in the Youth Center, and annual events. We work with victims and survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault or stalking. We have master level licensed mental health counselors to address: Grief/Loss, depression, PTSD, trauma etc. and provide individual and family therapy.
420 Howanut Rd
Oakville, WA 98568
Monday through Thursday
8:00 AM – 6:30 PM
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Meet the team:
Leah Niccolocci, Director
Jody Heller, Administrative Assistant
Barb Sanders, Lead Mental Health Counselor
Sheryl Whitlinger, Mental Health Counselor
Randy Kempf, Relational Life Skills Instructor
Sheryl Bragg, Lead Chemical Dependency Professional
Brandy Hahn, Chemical Dependency Professional
Melody Dady, Offender Reentry Program Manager
Bobbie Bush, Offender Reentry Aftercare Specialist
Caytee Cline, Youth Support Services Coordinator
Tana Charley, Domestic Violence Advocate
Talisa Capoeman, Prevention Specialist
Photos contributed by Tana Charley.