Quarantine vs isolation
How to care for someone at home during COVID-19
How to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the home
Coronavirus and Stigma
Positive Parenting During COVID-19 (for households with children)
Tips for Elders and Their Caregivers (for households with elderly)
Resources were found at the following websites:
1. The Medical and Recreational Marijuana Ordinance
2. The Hemp and CBD Oil Ordinance
3. The Limited Liability Company Ordinance
4. The General Tax Ordinance
5. The Marijuana Commission Ordinance
6. The Tax Commission Ordinance
7. The Fee Property Eminent Domain Ordinance
Comments on each of these Ordinances will be received by the Tribe for 30 days ending September 30, 2020 at 4:30 pm
Hard copies of these Ordinances will be available at the front desk at the Tribal Center.
Comments can be left at the front desk of the Tribal Center or sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents of Chehalis Tribal Minors,
Back to school The Youth program & K-12 program is distributing checks to tribal members (minors) in place of the gift cards this year. The Tribe will need the following form filled out before checks can be prepared for enrolled Chehalis Tribal Minors. The form needs to be turned in no later than August 26th, 2020.
Checks will be in the parent or guardian’s name for youth ages 12 and under
Checks will be in the minor’s name for tribal member youth 13 years and older.
Parents or guardians must provide all legal documents if there is a parenting plan agreement, divorce/custody in place for the minor child/ren. Family Services can verify foster care / guardianship.
Or mail to:
Attn: Events Program
P.O. Box 536
Oakville, WA 98568
If any questions or concerns arise regarding the check, the Tribe can put a hold on it until further verification is provided.
Community & Culture Department
Question: What is a Hazard Mitigation Plan?
Answer: A Hazard Mitigation Plan is prepared by local governments in response to the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (Public Law 106-390). These plans act as a keyway to federal funding afforded under the Robert T. Stafford Act. These plans meet statutory requirements that include:
- Organizing resources
- Assessing Risk
- Engaging the public
- Identifying Goals and Objectives
- Identifying actions
Question: What is meant by “mitigation”?
Answer: Hazard mitigation is any sustained action taken to permanently eliminate or reduce long-term risks to human life and property from natural hazards. Sustained action means an action that is long term in its impact. This is an essential component of emergency management, along with preparedness, response, and recovery. Disasters can have significant impacts on communities. They can destroy or damage life, property and infrastructure, local economies, and the environment.