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Cowlitz Indian Tribe; Pathways to Healing Program

Our Pathways to Healing mission is to honor traditional values and beliefs that promote safety and well being for Native American families and individuals by providing a holistic approach to inform educate and heal our communities affected by violence

Ages Served

  • 13-17 years
  • 18-60 years
  • 60+ years
  • Genders Served

  • Female
  • Male
  • Transgender
  • Gender Nonbinary
  • Crime Types Served

  • Child Exposed to Violence
  • Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner)
  • Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner)
  • Elder Abuse/Neglect
  • Harassment
  • Sex Trafficking
  • Sexual Assault
  • Stalking
  • Violation of a Court (Protective) Order
  • Services Provided

  • Counseling/Mental Health/Emotional Assistance
  • Domestic Violence Response
  • Employment/Education Assistance
  • Financial Assistance
  • General Support
  • Housing (Emergency/Short-Term)
  • Housing (Long-Term/Transitional)
  • Legal/Justice System Assistance
  • Medical/Health Assistance
  • Safety Planning
  • Sexual Assault/Rape Crisis Response
  • Traditional Healing and Referrals
  • Transportation Assistance (Local)
  • Transportation Assistance (Relocation)
  • Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-direct)
  • Provider Details

    Hours of Operation: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM

    Email: kkameroff@cowlitz.org

    Website: https://www.cowlitz.org/pathways-to-healing-program

    Phone Number: (360) 397-8228

    Additional Information

    Does this organization have a confidentiality policy?: 1

    Is this organization tribal affiliated: 1

    Does this organization employee AI/AN staff: 1

    Is this organization a member of a state domestic violence or sexual assault coalition?: 1

    Does this organization provide traditional healing?: 1

    What populations are able to access services?: Enrolled Members of a Federally Recognized Tribe and their descendants


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