Circles of Care

Find out about the Circles of Care Program at Lassen Indian Health Center. We love being part of our community and invite you to join us in future events.


Serving the Community of Susanville and Lassen County

Circles of Care


A Holistic Approach for Mental Health & Wellness

Circles of Care is a 3-year grant received by SIR from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA). The goal of Circles of Care is to plan & design a holistic approach to support mental health and wellness for our Native American Youth and Families. The project reflects the System of Care philosophy, which is a coordinated network of community-based services working together to meet the needs of Native Youth and Families.

Circles of Care Core Values

  • Community Driven
  • Youth Guided
  • Culturally Competent

Community member involvement and collaboration is key to the success of our project. Please look for our logo on flyers, posts and media for opportunities to use your valuable tribal voice in planning and developing our System of Care.

Previous News & Events

SIR Pow Wow

SIR Pow Wow

October 22-23-24, 2021

Susanville Indian Rancheria celebrated its 12th Annual SIR Pow Wow this summer. The Pow Wow featured three days of Native American dance competitions at the Lassen County Fairgrounds. The Red Dress special was held on Saturday to honor and bring awareness to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.

Download the Pow Wow Flyer
Digital Storytelling Training & Film Festival

Digital Storytelling Training & Film Festival

June 18, 19 & 20, 2021

Circles of Care Is looking for individuals from the Tribal Community to share their experience of Resilience and overcoming hardship! As we work to build a stronger and healthier community, we are providing this opportunity to highlight tribal members who have a story that can promote hope.

Download the Digital Storytelling Flyer

Virtual Townhall

Virtual Townhall

May 26th & June 1st, 2021

Circles of Care has been gathering information from the community to help identify the Needs and Solutions to our current system of care. By using the community voice to elevate both the greatest needs of our community as well as the solutions, we are forming a blueprint for our own success.

Download the Virtual Townhall Flyer
Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women

National Awareness Day for MMIW

May 5, 2021

Staff members at Lassen Indian Health Center wore red to demonstrate solidarity on the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIW).

Download the MMIW Flyer