Walking The Red Road Together; Speaker Series

Two Feathers Native American Family Services is hosting a virtual conference entitled, “Walking the Red Road Together.”  The event is geared to Native youth and will focus on substance abuse prevention and early intervention.  It is free and open to the public and will run from 12pm-1pm June 22-26th on Facebook live.  www.facebook.com/2FeathersNAFS/ Each lunchtime discussion will feature a different Native guest … Read More

Job Opening: Clinician/Wraparound Coordinator

Full Time (40/week)Exempt Position Annual Salary– Dependent on Experience Location: Coast General Function:  Under the supervision of the Making Relatives Program Director of Two Feathers, the Clinician works in a team setting to implement treatment services, including Wraparound, with Native American children, adults, and groups within the service area.  The children and adults served are primarily families involved with the … Read More

Tribal health group becomes first to provide health services to natives in Humboldt County

From KRCR News HUMBOLDT, Calif. — Two Feathers Native American Family Services became Humboldt County’s first Native American organizational provider of specialty mental health services. The services agreement with the Department of Health and Human Services was approved by the Board of Supervisors on Feb. 25. Two Feathers will provide mental health, therapeutic behavioral and intensive home-based services to Medi-Cal eligible … Read More

‘History of success’: California Assembly recognizes Two Feathers Native American Family Services

From the Times-Standard Two Feathers Native American Family Services recently received a personal visit, letter and plaque from the California Assembly, Select Committee on Native American Affairs, for its work in promoting the stability and security of Native families in Northern California, as well as protecting the best interest of Indian children. Read the full article here: https://www.times-standard.com/2020/03/15/history-of-success/

Job Opening: Clinician

Full Time (40/week)(Annual Salary, Dependent on Experience) General Function: Under the supervision of the Executive Director of Two Feathers, the Clinician works in a team setting to implement treatment services, with Native American children, adults, and groups within the service area. Primary Responsibilities: Conduct mental health screenings and provide referrals as appropriate. Deliver individual psychotherapy to Native American clients. Deliver … Read More

Ho-Lee-Mem’ We Weave (Baskets)

Please join Two-Feathers and basket weaver Joanne Moore in our biweekly Women’s Weaving Circle. Women will have the opportunity to learn weaving basics and to work on personal projects. We are encouraging women to bring their own personal projects as we will be taking turns learning how to weave as the weeks progress, projects not required. Materials for learning how … Read More

Two Feathers Wins KHUM 2019 Organization of the Year

Two Feathers was honored recently by KHUM radio with the 2019 Organization of the Year designation for our work in stopping domestic violence and other issues in our local communities. The award came with a check for $2,240 from the Stop the Violence fund. To learn more, visit the KHUM website here: http://khum.com/2019/nov/22/two-feathers-gets-check/

2019 Harvestival

Two Feathers was honored to partner with Native Connections and Hoopa High School’s senior class to provide a free dinner this November in the Hoopa valley on November 24th. Over 300 community members were served! Thank you to everyone who participated, helped prepare food, and provided entertainment!

2019 Spooky Halloween Bash

Our Halloween event in Hoopa was a spooky success with over 400 people turning out for the festivities and a lot over very scary costumes on display!

Two Feathers Native American Family Services Receives $3.7 Million Grant to Combat Teen Suicide

“Around 60 people gathered last night at the Two Feathers Native American Family Services center to celebrate a $3.7 million grant they received to combat teen suicide. “The grant money comes from the Garrett Lee Smith State/Tribal Youth Suicide Prevention and Early Intervention Grant and will be used to fund a five-year school-based prevention program called Chekws: Hope for Tomorrow.” … Read More