Adult Healing to Wellness Re-Entry Program
The Healing to Wellness Team would like to welcome eligible adults to the re-entry program. The staff is honored to be part of adults healing process. The program is geared towards helping eligilbe adults find the balance in their life that works for them. With participants input, staff will guide participants through the healing process by helping them utilize inter-tribal departments and other agencies within the community. Staff will be available to participants throughout the process of them becoming a strong and healthy parent for their children and a positive role model in the community. Staff will be available to remind eligible adults that they do not have to begin their healing journey alone!
Youth Wellness Court Program
The Youth Wellness Court team would like to welcome eligible youth to the program. We are honored to be part of youth in their healing process. The Youth Wellness Court Program is geared towards helping youth find the balance in their life that works for them. With youth input, we will guide youth through the healing process by helping youth utilize inter-tribal departments and other agencies within the community. We are available to youth throughout their process of becoming a strong and healthy young individual within the community. We are here to remind youth that they do not have to make their healing journey alone! With youth input, and our guidance, we strive to assist youth to become empowered to overcome any obstacles that may hinder their healing process.
Tribal Court Child Advocacy Program
The Karuk Tribal Court Child Advocate Program provides trained advocates to support the best interests of the children/youth who come into the court system primarily as a result of being a victim of abuse, neglect, family violence, domestic violence, or sexual assault. An advocate for the Karuk Tribal Court Advocate Program advocates for the best interests of the child/youth to whom they are assigned. They perform independent fact finding and then report back to the judge with their findings through written reports. They supplement the role of other professional involved in the case. They visit with their child/youth on a regular basis. They interview the parents, teachers, social workers; but most of all; they are a friend to the child/youth.