Health and Human Services

There are a wide variety of Social Services offered at the Tribal Office. Some services are based on need and/or income qualification. Navigating through the Social Services  you will find that there are forms/applications for service that can be downloaded for your convenience to fill out and send or bring to the Tribal Office.

Check back here or call the Tribal Office for more information. 707-733-5055

 

Health and Human Services Office Gou’wil da lalouluwuk  “Taking Care of People

UPCOMING EVENTS AND INFORMATION

  • Tsek Houdaqh “Where the Children are at” 

    With all of the school age children going back to school Tsek Houdaqh, the Wiyot Youth Center, will be changing our hours of operation to 11 am to 5:30 pm Monday through Friday.  We will be initiating a Toddler Time Program which will focus on pre-school aged children Monday through Thursday from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.  The program will focus on preschool topics including learning the alphabet, counting, story time, singing songs as well as Wiyot language and culture. 

    We will be transitioning from our summer youth program to an after school program which will operate from 3 pm to 5:30 pm.  Program will include an after school snack, tutoring, crafts, games, cultural activities, Wiyot language a Girl Scout Troop and a 4 H club amongst other things. 

    For more information please contact Fawn at (707) 733-5055 ext 117 or email her at fawn@wiyot.us

    High School Scholarship

    Council set aside $2000 to assist high school students who are in honors/College prep courses in need of specialized equipment such as a graphing calculator.  Eligible students must be enrolled full-time in high school, a student in good standing who is enrolled in Gifted and Talented, Honors, College Prep Coursework.  Students may apply by sending a written request, proof the equipment is necessary for the Course (course syllabus/letter from school) with an estimate of cost of the (from a reputable business), along with a current GPA/proof of enrollment to ATTN:  High School Scholarship, 1000 Wiyot Dr., Loleta, CA 95551 or fax to (707) 733-5601. 

    Community Assessment Survey

    Hu’ (Thank you) to everyone who returned a Community Assessment Survey last month.  Thanks to you the Tribe was able to submit our survey results to the Center for Disease control which will allow the Tribe to request funding for Community Health and Wellness and Tobacco Cessation programs.  Without the completion of the community assessment we would not have even been eligible to apply.  We would also like to congratulate J. Michael Earhart the winner of the $500 Walmart gift card drawing.  The drawing was held at the weekly elder’s luncheon August 26, 2015.

  • Table Bluff Reservation Transportation schedule

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

1st Week

Fortuna UIHS

1 PM 

Clothing Closet 1 pm -4 pm

Fortuna UIHS 10 am

No Appointments

2nd Week

Fortuna UIHS

1 PM 

2nd Week Dental Potawot 10-11 am

Fortuna UIHS 10 am

No Appointments

3rd Week

Fortuna UIHS

1 PM 

WIC Appointments Fortuna

Fortuna UIHS 10 am

No Appointments

4th Week

Fortuna UIHS

1 PM 

4th Week Dental Potawot 10-11 am

Fortuna UIHS 10 am

Loleta Food Pantry 2:30 pm

No Appointments

*When making a Dental Appointment at Potawot or Medical Appointments at the Fortuna UIHS clinic you must let them know that you are receiving tribal transportation to get the appropriate time.  We are partnering with Potawot to be able to serve higher number of clients.  Please respect UIHS and Wiyot Tribal Transportation by canceling appointments 24 hours or more in advance, failure to do so will result in loss of service. 

*** In order to receive Transportation services you must be an enrolled Tribal member, Spouse, Child or Authorized Representative (attending with Tribal Member) and live on or within 5 miles of Table Bluff.

 

 

Save the date:

 

 

  • Wiyot Parent Committee November 7th at 11 am
  • Mending the Basket Wellness in Indian Country Conference October 20-21
  • Table Bluff Youth Activity Halloween October 30th
  • American Indian College Motivation Day, November 5th
  • Northwest Intertribal Gathering November 14th
  • Table Bluff Community Thanks Giving November 21st
  • Table Bluff Community Christmas with Santa December 19t