The Sierra Tribal Consortium, Inc./Turtle Lodge is a Native American Indian Tribal Organization which represents four federally recognized tribes – the Big Sandy Rancheria Band of the Western Mono Indians, Cold Springs Rancheria of Mono Indians, North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians, and the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians. The Sierra Tribal Consortium, Inc. is governed by a Board of Directors, whom are elected representatives of their respective tribes.

The primary purpose of the Sierra Tribal Consortium, Inc./Turtle Lodge, is to provide client centered substance use disorder treatment services to the Native American Indian population. Here at Turtle Lodge, a participant/client learns through evidenced-based education about the causes and results of substance use disorder behaviors, the means to establish healthy boundaries, effective communication techniques, and the value of integrating Native American Indian culture with treatment.

The Sierra Tribal Consortium, Inc./Turtle Lodge is conducting a community needs survey to identify service and outreach needs. Your participation in the survey is voluntary and is greatly appreciated. Click here to open the survey.

Turtle News

Community Dinner 2022

Dear Community, Unfortunately, due to the ongoing concerns of COVID 19, we have decided to make the hard decision of cancelling the 2022 Community Dinner. Our priority is to protect our precious community members, especially Read more…

Survey

The Sierra Tribal Consortium, Inc./Turtle Lodge is conducting a community needs survey to identify service and outreach needs. Your participation in the survey is voluntary and is greatly appreciated. Only answers to questions will be recorded and Read more…