Beginning March 17th, until further notice, services will be provided via telephone, email and mail; Offices will be closed to walk-in clients. Read more here.
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Mission Statement
“Dedicated to the Health and Well-being of the Members of the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians and the local community.”
Our Core Standards reflect how we value our Patients, Visitors and Co-workers by:

v  Providing a Safe and Sanitary Environment

v  Proving High Quality Health Care Services

v  Treating Patients with Consideration, Dignity and Respect

v  Promoting Improvement of Professional Competence, Skill and Quality

v  Using Protected Electronic Records System that Allow Prompt Retrieval

Our Siletz Tribal Council assumes full responsibility for the operations and performance of SCHC.
Community Health Clinic Services During COVID-19

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Until further notice, please call the clinic at 541-444-1030 before planning to come in and with any questions regarding the availability of services, as they are limited at this time.

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200 Gwee-Shut RD
PO Box 320
Siletz, OR 97380-0320 

541-444-1030 or 800-648-0449

Monday—Thursday 7:30AM—5:00PM
Friday 10:00AM—5:00PM

Same-Day Access Visits can be scheduled by calling the clinic. You will be given an appointment time for that day or the next day.

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Health Director:                 Marci Muschamp
Admin/QI Coordinator:         Ralene Butler



Who Are We?

Out of great concern about the growing methamphetamine epidemic, Siletz Tribal Council passes a resolution in March of 2004 that recognized the formation of a Meth Task Force. Task Force members sponsored a community gathering providing information about the manufacture, distribution, and use of Meth. Concerned community members joined the Task Force and follow-up monthly meetings were scheduled.

Task Force members developed goals and activities and identified resources to meet those goals. Once the goals were in place and active, Task force members continually assessed progress and identified new goals.

Other communities began to express interest in our efforts and we began to share our experiences beyond our own community.

In April 2005, the Task Force agreed to expand its focus. We began to identify ourselves as a coalition with concerns about methamphetamine as well as other drugs and related problems. In August 2006 Tribal Council passed another resolution approving the name CEDARR (Community Efforts Demonstrating an Ability to Rebuild and Restore) and revised mission statement.

CEDARR members continue to meet monthly and diligently work on established goals. Some goals have been met and others are ongoing. Community education remains a strong focus of the group. We sponsor semi-annual community gatherings, school prevention activities, and ongoing information dissemination at the monthly meetings.

CEDARR is well represented by its community and has a core group of members who are dedicated to its original vision and to its continued expansion and growth. It is evident that communities can come together in difficult times with a common voice and shared spirit.


CEDARR Meeting Schedule, to be determined.


For more information, call (541) 444-8286