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Seattle Indian Health Board and the Thunderbird Treatment Center

On Thursday, March 21, leaders of the Seattle Indian Health Board attended the Community Council meeting and gave a presentation and answered questions from community members. There was not enough time to answer everyone's questions at the meeting. The Council board will continue to collect the questions and will pass them along to the Seattle Indian Health Board, and we will invite them back to continue the conversation. You can send questions to Tierra Taylor. Director of Public Affairs: You can get many of your questions answered by reading/listening/watching/ the following:


April 7 King5 Report on the Treatment Center and Seattle Indian Health Board

April 13 Vashon Beachcomber Article: April 18 Voice of Vashon Interview: April 20 Community Council meeting, where Captain Drazich reports that we should not be seeing an increase in crime. The discussion begins at 1 hour, 16 minutes into the video. July 20 Community Council meeting: Passcode: +6k+%rp=

Seattle Indian Health Board Presentation July 20, 2023
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July 26, 2023

Vashon Beachcomber Article: “Islanders find out more about treatment center”

October 23, 2023

Seattle Times Article: How Native WA communities are fighting the fentanyl crisis

November 21, 2023

November 29, 2023

Vashon Beachcomber Article: Health Board leaders share update on treatment center:


March 21, 2023

Vashon-Maury Community Council meeting of the community

See the recording of the meeting on our YouTube Channel:

March 28, 2024

Beachcomber article covering the March 21st community council presentation by the Seattle Indian Health Center

If you still have questions after reviewing this info, please contact:

Tierra Taylor. Director of Public Affairs correct

Tierra Taylor (Snuneymuxw)

Pronouns: She/Her

Public Affairs Director

Office: 206-324-9360 x 2505

Cell: 206-380-6205

Out of Office: Friday

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