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.

Avonne Waweru

Director of Operations

Avonne Waweru is We Care Daily Clinics’ Director of Operations. Avonne brings a great deal of experience to her role, including previous positions in healthcare as the Patient Financial Navigation Supervisor, Financial Advocate, Patient Registrar, and Continuous Improvement Manager. Avonne previously worked in the banking industry as a Credit Manager.


We provide a safe, secure space for those that we treat and their families.

Our modern facility is designed so that all are welcome and can feel comfortable during their time here. We are dedicated to providing the highest levels of patient-centered care.

Mobile Clinic

We Care Daily Clinics (WCDC) is pleased to announce the addition of an Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) Mobile Clinic in the Seattle area. This clinic will offer the same evidence-based, quality treatment that is available at WCDC. We are looking forward to this expansion of services and the opportunity to provide services to as many individuals as possible. Prospective patients will have easy access to Seattle/King County transportation, community resource referrals, and wrap-around support.

  • The clinic will be located just north of the University District.
  • The mobile clinic accepts Medicaid.
  • The primary medication used by patients at the Mobile Clinic is methadone.
  • Wrap around services include:
    • On-site medical assessment and consultation
    • Peer Support and Clinical Case Management
    • Level of Care (ASAM) Assessments
    • Access to individual counseling and groups sessions
    • Referral Services (medical, clinical and community resource)

Call our clinic at 253-999-5750 for more information.

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Crisis Hotline: 206-461-3222

Mon-Fri: 5:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Sat: 5:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Sun: Closed


Phone Number: 253-999-5750
Fax Number: 253-999-5740