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Totah Behavioral Health Authority

Totah Behavioral Health Authority provides culturally appropriate behavioral healthcare and related services. Our services are provided to individuals with substance abuse, mental health and/or co-occurring disorders, who are homeless, unemployed and lack access to primary medical care. We serve to help our clients (referred to as “relatives”) recover from chemical dependency by using a combination of Traditional Native American healing practices and contemporary best practice behavioral treatment approaches. Totah offers community support services, individual counseling, group counseling, assessment, and referral.

Totah is a collaboration between the major governmental entities in the Four Corners region. This includes the Navajo Nation, San Juan County, and the City of Farmington, as well as six other partnering agencies who are the main providers of primary medical and behavioral services in the region. Each entity is represented on the Totah Board of Directors.

Approaches and topics include the following:

  • Recovery education
  • Talking circle
  • Drumming circle
  • Healing trauma & grief
  • Protection prayers
  • Tobacco ceremony
  • Clanship
  • Relapse prevention
  • Parenting
  • Joint Intervention Program (JIP)
  • Sobering Center - “Paul’s Place”

Contact us to learn and inquire about the Totah program through Presbyterian Medical Services at 505-564-4804

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