Our plans are to broaden children services who are at risk, high risk and require education and mental health service for child trauma. Statistically, the highest rate of abuse is committed against children with special needs. NTCCF funding sources are Indian Health Services, Bureau of Indian Affairs and Navajo Nation General Funds.The funding is from the Family Violence Prevention Services Act. Our Program budgeting decisions are to be ethical, honest, accountable to our funding sources, and always consider how they affect the safety, the rights of clients and well-being of the Navajo children and families that we serve. To look for internal efficiencies. Avoid duplication. Stop performing unproductive activities.                      

The NTCCF and staff must at all times serve in an ethical, strengths-based, client-centered, and respectful manner to clients, the community, the resources in a collaborative manner to accommodate clients needs. Staff must advocate and believe in the clients’ capabilities to self-determination and empowerment. Be culturally sensitive and aware that consumers have their own beliefs will be respectful of their cultural values and practices. All staff are required to have fingerprinting and criminal background checks. At all times staff will have hope for children, and their families, to improve and to change their circumstances in a partnership and in the least restrictive manner. At all times do no harm.


 Clients Rights

You have the right to: 

• Get respectful treatment that will be helpful to you.
• Have a safe treatment setting, free from sexual, physical, and emotional abuse.
• Report immoral and illegal behavior by a therapist.
• Ask for and get information about the therapist’s qualifications, including his or her license, education, training, experience, membership in professional groups, special areas of practice, and limits on practice.
• Have written information, before entering therapy, about fees, method of payment, insurance coverage, number of sessions the therapist thinks will be needed, substitute therapists (in cases of vacation and emergencies), and cancellation policies.
• Refuse audio or video recording of sessions (but you may ask for it if you wish)
• Refuse to answer any question or give any information you choose not to answer or give.
• Know if your therapist will discuss your case with others (for instance, supervisors, consultants, or students).
• Ask that the therapist inform you of your progress.

Navajo Treatment Center for Children and Their Families

• NTCCF Clinical/Administration Office P.O. Box 1967 Window Rock, Arizona 86515

• Phone: 928.871.7673 Fax: 928.871.6176 Email: navajochildrentreatment@