"Children learn from what they see. We need to set an example of truth and action." – Howard Rainer, Taos Pueblo-Creek

Behavioral Health & AOD Services

Two Feathers has a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Associate Clinical Workers, and a certified Addiction Counselor on staff, who provide culturally adapted individual and group therapy and substance abuse programming. The Behavioral Health and Alcohol and Drug Department staff are trained in evidence based, culturally adapted Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Indigenous based Motivational Interviewing, and Trauma Affect Regulation for Education & Therapy (TARGET).

Behavioral Health Services

  • Assessments and evaluation for mental health challenges
  • Trauma informed counseling for children, adolescents & their parents
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for children
  • Psychotherapy for children and their families struggling with co-occurring disorders
  • Therapy for anxiety issues such as panic attacks, phobias, habitual worry, and obsessive-compulsive disorders
  • Life Skills Education
  • Anger Management
  • Stress Management
  • Motherhood and Fatherhood is Sacred Programming

Alcohol & Substance Abuse

The goal of our Alcohol and Substance Abuse Programming is to decrease the incidence and prevalence of alcohol and substance abuse among American Indians living in Humboldt County to a level that is below the general population in Humboldt county. To achieve this goal, we implement alcohol and substance abuse programs for youth and their families including emergency treatment, outpatient treatment, and intensive case management. Like all of our programs we use holistic approaches to promote healthy lifestyles and families.
  • Substance abuse counseling and groups
  • Red Road to Wellbriety programming
  • Tribal Based Medication Assisted Program: Making Relatives Program
  • Indigenous Based Motivational Interviewing
  • Men & Women Sweat Lodge
  • School Based Youth Substance Abuse Programming
  • Referrals to Residential Treatment