The Suquamish Tribal Council approved a new resolution requiring a face covering in all public spaces on Port Madison Indian Reservation where physical distancing cannot be maintained. This applies to areas including, but not limited to: • Inside any Tribal-owned buildings, including any Tribal business, that are open to the public. • Inside all other […]
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In this online townhall, Suquamish Tribe Treasurer Robin Little Wing Sigo hosts a special Q&A forum with the Tribe’s community health nurse Barbara Hoffman and Dr. Lisa Pratt, from the Wellness Center.
As protests sweep the U.S., Suquamish Tribal Council calls for justice for Stonechild Chiefstick and other victims of police violence Suquamish Tribal Council members, elders, and youth joined hundreds who stood with signs reading “Black Lives Matter” and “Native Lives Matter” along Highway 305 in Poulsbo on June 2. Emotions were raw because of the […]
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The Suquamish Tribal Court announced it will tentatively resume regular operations on June 8. In an update to its Emergency Administrative Order filed May 28, the Court said the reopening could be delayed “depending on the status of the COVID-19 public health emergency.” In the meantime, the Court will continue to be available “to hear […]
Suquamish Tribal member seafood distribution coming up June 1, 10 am to 2pm, at the House of Awakened Culture.
Check out this awesome heart-making project developed by Suquamish Tribe Wellness Center’s art therapy expert and mental health counselor Tyler McLain. Just follow the directions to weave a heart out of either paper or cedar strips. Tio print the directions, download the project here.
In this how-to video, Tom Axtelle, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with the Suquamish Tribe Wellness Center, provides a practical method to help manage and reduce anxiety. Called the Emotional Freedom Technique, this series of tapping motions may seem a little strange at first, but has been shown to help people suffering from post-traumatic stress, […]
Are you or a loved one getting ready to graduate in 2020? There’s no way around it, this is a crazy year to graduate. That’s why we’d like to help you celebrate. If you are a Suquamish Tribe member, descendant, or family member, or Chief Kitsap Academy senior, please fill out this short form and […]
For the health and safety of the Tribal community, Suquamish Tribal Council has extended temporary remote government operations until June 7, 2020. A limited number of staff members are available to respond to urgent issues. They can be reached via telephone at the numbers below, or via email. Please call (360) 598-4334 for general questions. […]