Keller, WA (2019)

Colville Tribal Treatment Facility


  • NMTC Amount: $16,005,000
  • Total Project Cost: $19,655,679


  • 22 FTE jobs
  • 82 construction jobs
  • 48 patients served
  • The project aims to reduce the number of alcohol or drug related deaths by 50% among its beneficiaries.


Project Description

The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation (“CTCR”) has set out to build a new adult residential treatment center (the “Residential Treatment Center” or the “Center”) in the heart of its ancestral-land in Keller, WA. This new campus is the product of an engagement process with the Colville Tribal Staff, tribal members, and other residential treatment clients and staff. This group was engaged in 2017 to develop a new residential treatment center on the reservation to meet the needs of the Colville Tribe. The Colville Tribe Health and Human Services Department has referred roughly 70 tribal members annually to residential treatment programs; it continuously faces challenge finding off-reservation facilities for its member. This new center was designed to embody the culture and values of the Tribe, and to seek a model of healing, sustainability, and culture.


11669 South Highway 21, Keller, WA 99140

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