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Canin Creek Cultural Center

Canin Creek Cultural Center

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    • Cabin Creek Cultural Center Executive Summary A Native American Residential Youth Facility for Drug, Alcohol, Tobacco and Violence Free Prevention Activities 10,000 Sq. Ft. Main Facility & 4,200 Sq. Ft. Admin Bldg 104 Acres ½ Mile Yakima Riverfront & 4 Lakes Centrally Located 1
    • Cabin Creek Cultural Center Providing Services To:  The Tribes of WA, OR and Idaho  Tribal Contract Health Service  Tribal Courts  ICW  Behavioral Health  Family Services/Social Services  Pow Wows/Canoe Family  Tribal Retreats 2
    • Cabin Creek Administration  3
    • Location, Location, Location  Centrally located in Washington State  Convenient drive from major cities  Secluded on 104 acres in the mountains 4
    • Located on I-90 and Exit 63 5
    • Location Details 104 acres located 10 miles East of Snoqualmie Summit, 2 miles off I-90, secluded in the woods with 1/2 mile of riverfront, 3 five acre lakes, 50 Camp Sites, 22 RV sites, and 6 Cabins; an easy drive from Tribal Nations throughout the three State area.  Tulalip - 2 hrs.  Muckleshoot – 1.5 hr.  Nisqually – 2.5 hrs.  Colville – 3.5 hrs.  Lummi/Nooksack – 3 hrs.  Yakama - 1 hr.  Makah - 5 hrs.  Puyallup – 2.0 hrs.  Coeur D’Alene - 3.5 hrs.  Spokane Tribe – 3 hrs.  Grand Ronde – 2.5 hrs. 6
    • Cabin Creek Cultural Center: Site Map
    • Facility  Large meeting rooms  Lounge/media/game room  Breakout areas  Commercial kitchen  Spacious decks  Fully furnished and equipped  Barn and Corral facilities  Hiking and Riding Trails 8
    • Facility  Bedrooms with private baths  Sleeps up to 60 people  6 fireplaces  Recreational equipment storage  Handicapped accessible  Audio/visual amenities 9
    • Program Development: What will make this project unique?  Behavioral Health Component  Strong Mentoring Component  Cultural Component  Primary Care Component  Education Component  Annual Sobriety Journey
    • Staffing Most State Programs run ratios of 1:8, 1 counselor to 8 youth. Some are fortunate enough to staff 1:5. Cabin Creek Cultural Center has created a business plan that will support staffing of 1:3. This will optimize our ability to run a successful program, reduce recidivism, and give our youth the one on one attention they need. 11
    • Board of Directors & Staff  Dick Jones, President  Jim Greeson, Vice President  Roxanne Finney, Secretary  Linda Jansen, Treasurer  Jay Rodne, Legal Advisor  Dr. Tucker, MD, Board Member at Large  Executive Director – Lynda Harvey 12
    • Dick Jones, President  Dick Jones comes to us with 30+ years of experience working for the Department of Social & Health Services, Chemical and Alcohol Division. Dick has worked with Tribal Nations across Washington State. He is currently the President of the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital and also works for the Snoqualmie Tribe. 13
    • Roxanne Finney, Secretary  Roxanne Finney is a Native American woman that comes to us with 20+ years of experience working for the United Indians of All Tribes Foundation. She is currently the Social Services Director for a Washington State Tribe and is excited to serve our Native Youth as Secretary on the Cultural Center’s Board. 14
    • Lynda Harvey, Executive Director Biography:  Current Exec Director for Snoqualmie Health and Social Services  Current Exec Director of the Northwest Tribal Emergency Management Council / Retired Tribal Law Enforcement  B.S Biology/Chemistry  Master’s Degree in Business Administration in progress  Previous Business Owner  Long-Term Volunteer for Washington State Law Enforcement and Tribal Police  Founder of the Cabin Creek Cultural Center 15
    • Board Qualifications  Sales & Marketing Experience  Tribal Business, Health and Social Services Experience  Executive Management Experience  Dedicated to Tribal Country  Experienced in Organizing and Planning  Tenacious Goal-Oriented Mentality 16
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    • Objective  Raise $10M in Capital  Applying for Grant from USDA for $5.8 Million  Restructure Current Liabilities  Provide Working Capital  Operations  Marketing Budget 28
    • Marketing Advantages  Great need in Tribal Country for cost effective programs  Ideally Centrally located for the Tribes of WA, ID and OR  Lodge and lands offer Cultural relevance – located adjacent to the Pacific Crest Trail  Professional chef prepares traditional cultural meals  Exclusive use for Tribal Youth  360 degree view of mountains & river  Greater Staffing for Tribal Youth  Year-round activities  State-of-the-art A/V equipment, Wi-Fi  Multi-purpose, flexible facility 29
    • Potential Partners  US Dept of Health & Human Services  Tribes in Washington, Idaho and Oregon  WA State Department of Health  Tobacco Cessation  Contract Health Service  Family Services/Social Services  WA State Department of Social and  Behavioral Health Health Services  Tribal Court Systems  Suicide Prevention  Tribal Police  Violence Prevention  Indian Child Welfare  US Department of Agriculture  Foster Care  Community Rural Development  Tribal Casino Impact Contributions  United Indians Foundation  Northwest Portland Area Indian  Potlatch Foundation Health Board  Bill Gates Foundation  American Indian Health Commission  Paul Allen Foundation  Indian Health Service  Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians  Small Tribes of Washington  NW Tribal Emergency Mgmt Council 30
    • Thank You, Cabin Creek Cultural Center We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for viewing our presentation and trust you will join us in our vision of guiding our Native Youth away from the debilitating life of substance abuse and crime.