The Need for Community Care
in Clallam and Jefferson County

People in our region need opioid treatment services, and they need them close to home and in a well-managed facility. The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is in the process of planning and building a new Healing Campus to care for patients in Clallam and Jefferson counties. We have a proven track record of providing first-class health services in this region, and we care deeply about enhancing community wellness.

We believe a holistic service delivery approach is most effective at providing sustained recovery for those struggling with addiction. That’s why in addition to offering chemical dependency relief, the Healing Campus will offer behavioral health, primary care, dental care, childcare assistance, and transportation if needed. And for those in need of additional social services like securing food, housing, or job training, our community partners will be on site, ready to connect patients with vital community resources.

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Healing Campus Partners

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe

Since time immemorial, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe has lived and prospered on the Olympic Peninsula. We have strong roots here and are committed to building a healthier community. Over the years, the Jamestown Tribe has developed and maintained numerous programs to meet our community’s healthcare needs.

We currently provide healthcare for 17,000 people — including 55,000 patient visits a year — and partner with other clinics and hospitals to help community members get the care they need.


Local Partners

The Jamestown S’Klallam Healing Campus is a collaboration between the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and the following regional partners:


The facility, to be located in Sequim, will be dedicated to those in our region who struggle with opioid addiction, near existing healthcare services, separate from our walkable retail, and buffered from residential neighborhoods. Because the site is already zoned for medical use, it is an appropriate location for current and future healthcare services.