Winona Stevens - Executive Director and Founder
Winona Stevens is a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin. Her commitment to serving Native Americans impacted by incarceration led her to launch Native American Reentry Services. Her organization has two programs; the WA State Dept. of Corrections Native American Religious Program and HEAL (Helping Enhance Aboriginal Lives) for Reentry. She is responsible for Native American religious services for all DOC Native American Circles across Washington State.
Winona received her Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Washington. She has held many positions which include Adjunct Professor at Northwest Indian College, New Directions Anger Management Group Facilitator, and White Bison Recovery Coach for Intergenerational Trauma and the 12 Step Medicine Wheel Program for Men and Women.
Mrs. Stevens currently serves on a number of boards including Huy, Washington Statewide Reentry Council (Governor appointed Tribal Affairs Rep.), WA Dept. of Corrections Religious Advisory Committee, and the University of Washington’s Native American Advisory Board.
PO Box 112249
Tacoma, WA 98411