Patient Centered Care

Mission & Vision

The people we serve are our number one priority.

We offer services that foster hope by lifting the barriers to recovery, improving health and building a better tomorrow. We Care Daily Clinics saves lives and offers increased access to care for people who want to recover from opioid use disorder. Our goal is to provide the best quality service and care for our patients and members of the greater Auburn community.

We renew hope and purpose for those battling opioid use by removing barriers to treatment, providing a holistic approach to recovery, and utilizing evidence-based treatment to restore healthy living.

Providing Hope.

We help lift the internal and external barriers to recovery that individuals dealing with substance use disorders often encounter.

Finding Purpose.

We strengthen skills and relationships that are essential to meaningful daily activities and a life worth living.

Improving Health.

We help restore physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being using evidence-based practices.

Providers & Leadership

We Care Daily Clinics is a collaborative operation. It is overseen by the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, one of the leading Office-Based Opioid Treatment Programs in the county for Native Americans. Nationally recognized by the Pew Research Center for excellence in behavioral healthcare. Clinics are operated by Indigenous Pact Collaboratives, a managed service organization that partners with AI/AN communities to support public health initiatives and increase health equity.

HaeMan Song

Clinic Administrator

Hae Man Song is We Care Daily Clinic’s administrator. Hae Man brings a great deal of experience in behavioral health to his role. He has previously served as the Regional Director of Behavioral Health Services and Behavioral Health Director for Opioid Treatment Programs and Office-Based Opioid Treatment clinics. Along with that, he was a Social Service Specialist and Supervisor of Substance Use Disorder Services for Pierce County Human Services. Additionally, Hae Man has served as Clinical Supervisor for multiple behavioral health agencies.

Tom Hutch, MD, FASAM

Medical Director

Dr. Hutch completed his medical training in Family Medicine at Swedish Medical Center – First Hill in Seattle, where he then taught residents as a faculty physician before working with underserved patients and those experiencing homelessness in local community health centers. He is passionate about addressing systemic causes of behavioral health disorders and addiction, and served for years as a county jail physician with Public Health – Seattle & King County. As Medical Director at We Care Daily Clinics, he aims to improve access and quality of care in substance use disorder treatment through an individualized approach to harm reduction and recovery.

Kalena Towle, MS, MAC, SUDP

Clinical Supervisor

Kalena has been with We Care Daily Clinics since April 2019, before the doors were even open to serve patients.  She was the first counselor hired and now has the privilege of being a part of the management team and the growth and development of We Care Daily Clinics. Kalena has worked in the substance use disorder (SUD) field since 2006 and has served in different modalities of care. Kalena has a passion for helping people who are underserved and started the Auburn Outreach partnership with the City of Auburn. Kalena oversees the SUDP and Peer Teams in the clinic as well as the Neighborhood Center.

Brooke Gower

Project Partnership Manager – Mobile Clinics

Brooke has worked in the SUD field since 2006. She has held a wide range of positions to include Intensive Case Manager, Certified Substance Use Professional Trainee, Admissions Manager and is currently managing the We Care Daily Clinics, Mobile Clinics.

Brooke has a strong passion to help individuals seeking an improved quality of life and relief from chronic and persistent substance use disorders. She looks forward to seeing the impact that the innovative mobile clinics will have in neighboring communities working to mitigate effects of the opioid crisis.

Keira Jack, PA

Medical Provider – Mobile Clinics

Keira Jack is a physician assistant on the Seattle Mobile Unit at We Care Daily Clinics. She has been working in the mental health field since 2013, and graduated from the University of Colorado’s physician assistant program in 2018. She completed a behavioral health fellowship in 2019 and has worked in various settings providing addiction treatment services in Colorado and Washington state. She enjoys working with patients to come up with a plan of care that fits their personal needs and goals.

Julius Tiangson II, BSBA, RN

Dispensary Manager

Julius Tiangson II currently serves as the Dispensary Nurse Manager here at We Care Daily Clinics. He brings with him an eclectic set of professional experience helping shape his unique leadership style. His experience ranges from over a decade as an Aircraft Designer, to 20+ years of owning and operating a Real Estate Brokerage Firm, to an entrepreneurial venture overseas upstarting a Call-Center. Along the way, he reinvents himself as a RN-Registered Nurse, beginning as an ICU-Nurse, stumbling onto the world of OTPs and progressing to a Supervisory position at a local Seattle & Renton OTP. Of all the unique positions he’s held, nothing is more fulfilling than working as a Nurse and serving the vulnerable population. “I absolutely love working with this population, more so than any other job I’ve held”, he gleams. Julius loves making personal connections, forming and building teams, and sharing his vision of possibilities. Julius is most excited about being a part of a Management Team that is open, innovative, vibrant, and forward thinking.  “It builds a culture of enrolling everyone to see themselves as part of the whole, and that is a space I want to be in”, he says.  Julius holds a degree in Electro-Mechanical Design, AAS-Nursing Degree, and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business from Seattle University.