Substance Abuse Program

Substance Abuse Program



To provide methodologies for treatment and prevention of alcoholism and substance abuse among the Native American population within the Seneca-Cayuga Nation’s service area by using traditional and non-traditional approaches to treatment. To provide the highest quality of care to clients and families affected by alcohol and drug addiction.



Counseling services are free of charge to Native Americans with verification of membership to any Federally Recognized Tribe.


  • Alcohol/Drug Addiction
    • Family counseling
    • Assessment required by probation, parole and other agencies. (Excluding assessment for drivers license reinstatement)
  • Mental Health
    • Loss, Grief, and Depression
    • Anxiety
    • Co-occurring Disorders
    • AA/NA Support Groups
  • Problem & Compulsive Gambling
  • Referrals
    • Detox
    • Primary treatment
    • Inpatient treatment
  • Aftercare Services
    • Support is given to assist the client in a lifetime continuing recovery program



  • Alcohol/Drug Education
  • Relapse Prevention
  • BABES (Beginning Addictions Basic Studies)
  • Tar Wars
  • Tobacco Cessation Classes
  • Cultural Classes

Josie Jones

Program Director

918-787-5452 Ext. 6045

Kormah Dorko


918-787-5452 Ext. 6046

Angela Kelley

Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator

918-787-5452 Ext. 6048