In Case of Emergency Dial 911

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Tribal Council held a Special Meeting on March 19, 2020 and passed Resolution 20-019 Declaring State of Emergency due to COVID-19 Pandemic.
    CDC recommendations and instructions for sew and no sew face covering
    Office of the Governor State of Oregon Executive Order NO 20-12 Stay Home, Save Lives
    Office of the Governor State of Oregon Executive Order NO 20-24 Extending the Covid-19 Declaration of Emergency for an additional 60 days, through July 6, 2020
    Oregon COVID-19 update March 12, 2020
    CDC recommended steps to prevent illness
    CTCLUSI HSD COVID-19 presentation
    What Older Adults Need to Know, a message from the CDC
    6 Steps to Prevent COVID-19, a message from the CDC
    10 Things You Can Do to Manage COVID-19 at Home, a message from the CDC

    power hour

    The Native Wellness Institute announced this week their launch of the Native Wellness Power Hour. This is their response to the global pandemic and many people have put their minds together to make this happen.
    The intent is to bring you and your family uplifting messages, information, entertainment and tools to help your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. We'll have programming for all ages and stages!
    As spring has sprung, we can take the teachings of change and transformation and come out of our quarantines and social distancing with more determination and readiness to be the best version of ourselves.
    Please tune in each day at Noon Pacific Time on their Native Wellness Institute Facebook page.
    If you do not have Facebook the videos will be available on the homepage of their website (scroll to the bottom of the page for the videos).
    The videos will also be available on their YouTube channel.


    From the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
    Washing your hands seems so simple, but it's one of the best methods for prevention.
    1. Wet your hands w/clean water and apply soap.
    2. Lather your hands and rub them together like you’re cleaning freshly picked huckleberries. Be sure to scrub the back of your hands between your finger and your fingernails.
    3. Scrub for 20 seconds or more. It helps if you sing your fave Tribal song.
    4. Rinse off soap and give a good shake then dry with a clean towel.

    Social distancing

    Contacts List

    Director of Health Services
    Vicki Faciane
    Director of Health Services
    541-888-7515 (Main)

    1245 Fulton Avenue, Coos Bay, OR 97420

    Chief Law Enforcement Office/ Executive Director of the Gaming Commission
    Brad Kneaper
    541-902-3813 (Main)