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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Lincoln County Public Information Weekly Update

Read The Most Recent Updates Here 

Lincoln County Now Distributing Masks for Businesses 

Lincoln County has masks available if you need face coverings for your workforce, their family members and the clients, customers you serve.

For more information and to fill out an application, visit the link below.

Face Coverings Distribution to Public Flyer

Type of FAce Mask Needed

New Oregon Employment Department (OED) Informational Website Launched  

The new website can be viewed here:

COVID Cases Press Release | 6/12/2020

The Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians has experienced two positive test results for COVID-19 through Siletz Community Health Clinic (SCHC).  These individuals are between the age of 20 - 30, and are isolating per CDC Guidance.  An Investigator from Lincoln County Health Department will conduct the initial investigation into source of contact.  Staff at SCHC have been trained in contact tracing, and will assist the Investigator in identifying and notifying other individuals who may have been in contact with these individuals to provide them with instructions on next steps. 

It is important to understand that this virus is in the community.  It is vitally important to stay home as much as possible, physically distance, wear a face covering to protect others when unable to physically distance, and wash hands and sanitize surfaces frequently.

More information can be found at:;  - OR -  through the Call Center at (541) 265-0621, email:

Open weekdays from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.  You will be asked to leave a call back number and we will return your call within 15 minutes.  This is to allow volunteers to work remotely.  Your call back may come from a “private number”. 

Resource Flyers

Contact Tracing: What to Expect 

What to Expect on a Contact Tracing Call

How to Self Isolate 

How to Quarantine

What to Do Next (Eng & Spanish)
If you have close contact with someone with a confirmed case, someone who may have it, if you develop symptoms, or if you get a negative result after quarantining.

Notices for Siletz Community Members

This is a friendly reminder that due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, all outdoor recreational areas in Siletz are closed.

This includes playgrounds, basketball courts, parks and other community spaces.

Please continue to practice social distancing for your safety and the safety of our community. Thank you.

Regarding In-Person Cancellations

Elders Honor Day 2021

We regret to inform everyone that the Annual Siletz Elders Honor Day on Wednesday, May 11th has been canceled due to the Coronavirus pandemic. This was a difficult decision to make, but we are looking forward to when we can safely gather together again.

Thank you for your understanding.

CTSI-Community Message

We are not aware of any cases of coronavirus or COVID-19 in the Siletz Community. However, the safety of our Community, Students, and Staff are a top priority for us. Therefore, we are moving forward with providing services in a manner that will keep you and staff safe. Beginning March 17th, until further notice, services will be provided via telephone, email and mail; Offices will be closed to walk-in clients. Payments can be made by telephone with a credit/debit card; by mail via a check or money order. There is a drop box at the rear of the Tribal Administration building to drop off payments, applications, etc. The Clinic will be closing to non-essential appointments, and will work to fulfill your needs – such as Pharmacy – in different ways. Clinic staff will reach out to you to reschedule non-critical appointments.

Our staff is working very hard to continue providing critical services to our community members. As this situation develops, we will continue to update this message.

To access these services, please call:

Siletz Community Health Clinic: (541) 444-1030
Siletz Tribal Housing: (541) 444-8322. Payments can be mailed or put in the Drop Box
477-SSP: (541)-444-8247
USDA Food Program: (541)-444-8393
Human Resources: (541)-444-8274
Indian Child Welfare (ICW): (541)-444-8272
Natural Resources: (541) 444-8232
Enrollment: (541)-444-8258
Elders: (541)-444-8220
Eugene Area Office - Phone- (541)-484-4234
Portland Area Office -Phone-(503)-238-1512
Salem Area Office -Phone-(503)-390-9494

For accurate, up to date information about COVID-19 please dial 211

View the #StayHome PSA made by the Siletz Community.

Read About Social Distancing Here


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Clinic & Health Updates

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Siletz Community Health Clinic

To Schedule YOUR Covid-19 Vaccine:

Covid Vaccine – Updated Priority List

To be added to the wait list, please call the Covid line at 541-444-9636

Please speak SLOWLY AND CLEARLY, we cannot schedule you an appointment if we cannot understand your message. 

We are currently serving:  

Siletz Tribal Members and Siletz Tribal Household Members – Ages 18 and older
Other Natives ages 18 and older 
All Siletz Clinic Patients 
CTSI staff 

Priority will be given to tribal elders and members; and anyone with chronic health conditions regardless of age.

You will be asked to leave a message with the following information: name, DOB, and a valid phone number and chronic health condition, if applicable, so we can return your call.  Remember, If you do not leave a valid phone number we cannot call you back. Covid vaccines are scheduled on Fridays. We will begin calling the same week of the appointment.  

When calling you, the clinic phone number may come through as ‘SPAM’, Please check your messages and return our call promptly for a vaccine appointment.

Once you call and get on the list you can expect the following:

  1. A phone call scheduling your vaccine when one becomes available
  2. Vaccine appointments are on Fridays; we will begin calling the same week of the appointment.
  3. You will be asked to wait for your covid vaccine if you’d had any type of vaccine within 14-days
  4. You must have 2 vaccines – the first one and a second vaccine 28-days later

We do apologize that we’re not able to offer more advanced notice or scheduling flexibility. We are taking every measure possible to ensure we do not waste any vaccines, and that we’re not over committing supply before we have it.

COVID-19- Vaccine Information

16 and 17 year-olds Able to Receive Covid-19 Vaccine

Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic:

In Siletz on April 16, 2021 by appointment

Available to tribal members and household members ages 16 and 17

To schedule an appointment:

o Text  541-270-5603 with your:

First and last name and date of birth
Texting option is ONLY for scheduling 16 and 17 year olds (at this time)

o Or call

— 541-444-9636 (specify age and Pfizer vaccine)

Covid- 19 - Vaccines Available for all – 18-years of age and older – tribal members, tribal households/family members/friends, patients, community members.

Moderna Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic(s):

In Siletz every Friday by appointment (tribal members and family are priority)

To schedule call:

o 541-444-9636

Johnson and Johnson Vaccine – 1 shot only

The clinic is requesting a supply of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine – 1 shot only.   Please watch the CTSI website and the Clinic’s Facebook page for the latest updates.  We hope it will be available soon but do not have a date yet. 

Traveling to Siletz for Vaccine

Resources Available to Enrolled Tribal Members

The following resources are available:

Lodging for out-of-state OR southern/central/eastern Oregon travelers – at time of scheduling your vaccine let the scheduler know you’re traveling a long distance.

Gas cards - limited supply available at covid clinics 

COVID-19 Vaccine Information Resources

SCHC | COVID-19 Vaccine Update 1-4-21

Read the COVID-19 Vaccine Update Article from NPAIHB

COVID-19 Vaccine and Coping with Anxiety Related to the Vaccine | 1-8-21 

Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine | 1-26-21

COVID-19 Vaccine Comparison Chart | 3-1-21 


Latest CDC web pages on COVID-19 vaccination:
1.    Benefits of Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine
2.    How COVID-19 Vaccines Work
3.    Myths and Misconceptions about COVID-19 Vaccines
4.    Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination (newly expanded)
Latest COVID-19 vaccine news from OWS:
1.    Trump Administration Partners with Chain and Independent Community Pharmacies to Increase Access to Future COVID-19 Vaccines (November 12, 2020)

Reasons to get your Flu Shot Today!


Siletz Community Health Clinic Services  

CHANGES to Services effective March 12th 

(Subject to change without notice due to local Covid-19 outbreak)

Please call the clinic for current available services as things change rapidly and we may offer more or fewer services depending on COVID-19’s impact in the community.  

Friday Closures for Vaccine Clinics

The CLINIC will be closed on Fridays effective March 12, 2021, for the next several weeks.  The clinic will be open for Covid vaccines only. 

Limited services available include:

Pharmacy – Mail-out pharmacy only.  Please be sure to get your medication and refills early.  Pick up is not available on Friday.

Medical phone calls – unless urgent, calls may not be addressed until the following Monday.  All clinic staff is assisting with the covid vaccine clinics. 

Behavioral health – continue to offer 1 tele-group and be available for emergency services if needed.

Community Health and CARE Program – available for emergency services.  

Available Services

Medical/Lab – visits are available by phone, video and in person. Alternative care services: medical massage will be available on limited basis.  Please call your medical team to discuss any concerns.  

COVID-19 - if you think you have been exposed to someone with Covid-19, please call the clinic and we will discuss self-isolation guidelines and determine if you meet criteria for testing.  The clinic does provide Covid-19 testing.

Optometry – optometry is resuming routine eye care and exams in addition to emergency visits.  Visits will be limited due to ongoing safety concerns.  The department will schedule appointments 1-week at a time. 

Medication Assistance Therapy (MAT) – visits are available by phone or video.

Behavioral Health (A&D counseling/mental health counseling) – visits are available by phone or video and in person when needed.

Pharmacy – continues to provide services.  You may pick up your medication at the clinic for curb-side pick-up or your medication can be mailed to you.  

Dental – dental is resuming routine dental care but with limitations.  Some procedures will require a pre-covid test.   For emergency services, you must call the dental department to discuss your dental concern.  The department will schedule appointments 1-week at a time.    

Community Health – continues to support members in navigating resources during the pandemic.  For additional information, follow Community Health @ ‘Siletz Health Clinic’ on Facebook.   

Purchased/Referred Care – is providing PRC #s and processing claims.  Staff is working altered/reduced hours, so please call back if you do not receive a call back as staff may be out.  

Tillicum Fitness Center - will re-open March 20th with reduced hours. For the safety of the community and the staff, the center will open on an appointment-only basis. This is for 1 person or 1 household for a 50 minute block. Each person or household can sign up for 3 timeslots per week.  Appointments will only be available to tribal members’ initially.   Scheduling information will be advertised soon.

We thank you all for doing your part in overcoming the pandemic and doing your best to keep us all healthy and safe.  We’re all in this together. 


1. May I bring someone to my appointment? 

Only the patient is allowed in the clinic (any type of visit) unless a minor child or patient needs a caregiver.

2. Will I be able to speak with the pharmacist when I have a new medication? 

Yes, the pharmacist will bring your new mediation to you or you may choose to call for counseling.

3. Do I have to wear a mask? 

Yes, you must wear a mask at all times while in the clinic AND you must wear the mask properly.  Teleservices are available if you’re unable to wear a mask.



Call the clinic at 541-444-1030 and ask to speak to a nurse. The nurse will discuss your symptoms with you and, if indicated, will set up a time for you to come to the clinic for testing.


No, you cannot. At this time, the tests we have are only for use on people who have symptoms of COVID-19.


YES! You can now be tested for COVID-19 regardless of age or past health history. If you have any symptoms that are on the UPDATED COVID-19 symptom list, and an order from your healthcare provider, you can be tested.


  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chills
  • Repeated shaking with chills
  • Muscle pain
  • Sore Throat
  • NEW loss of taste or smell

 Comparison chart of COVID, Flu, and Cold Symptoms


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Resources for Families during COVID-19 Pandemic

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Tribal & Community Members
Below are links to access government assistance programs and information on resources during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic.

Social Security Benefits -
Federal USDA Assistance -

We will continue to monitor and share information that is beneficial to our tribal and community members as it becomes available.

Resource Phone Numbers 

State Resources

DHS will continue to work with federal partners to provide greater assistance to Oregonians in need. To apply for Nutrition Assistance, visit or call 2-1-1.  

State Resource Hub 

Visit the Safe and Strong website to find a variety of resources in Oregon.

Rent Help

The Legislature has allocated over $40 million to help individuals who are struggling to pay rent due to the financial impact of COVID-19. Funds are distributed by local community action partners (CAP). You can learn more about eligibility by calling 211 or visiting to find the nearest CAP. 

Utilities Help

Your local CAP may also be able to help. Please see: Many utility companies are waiving late fees, suspending disconnections, and making payment plans available. Please see for information about what your specific gas, electricity, internet, or telephone company may offer. 

Mortgage Help

The Oregon Legislature has released $30 million in mortgage assistance. If you need or anticipate needing mortgage assistance, please sign up for Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) updates at  You can also contact OHCS at (503) 986-2000. You may also be eligible for foreclosure protection through September 30th under legislation passed by the Oregon Legislature. 

Additional Assistance

Dial 2-1-1 or visit for additional information about COVID-19 test sites, eviction and foreclosure prevention information, how to access free food services, and more. 

Tribal Resources

COVID-19 Relief Programs funded by the CARES Act have various deadlines, review the individual policies for each assistance type. Funds from the US Treasury CARES Act are set to expire December 31, 2020 and we will need time to process these applications and final payments. Following the Tribe’s implementation of the COVID-19 Relief Programs, the U.S. Department of Treasury issued new guidance related to COVID-19 related programs and payments. The new guidance requires each Tribal member, applying for assistance, to complete an Application for programs and payments.

Programs funded from sources other than the CARES Act will still be available to Tribal members-please contact the department they are ran through to determine availability and eligibility. 

COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Payment Program

The deadline for this assistance has passed.

COVID-19 Laptop Assistance

The deadline for this assistance has passed. 

COVID-19 Childcare Assistance Application

The deadline for this assistance has passed.

Childcare Assistance Page 

COVID-19 Food Assistance 

This program is no longer taking applications.

Water/Sewer Relief Program 

This program is no longer taking applications.


Emergency Rental Assistance Program

The COVID-19 pandemic poses an immediate and imminent threat to the health, safety, and well-being of the Tribe.  The purpose of the ERA Program is to provide emergency rental assistance for the payment of rents and utilities, and arrearages for the same, for low-income Tribal households who have disproportionately suffered from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. To participate in the ERA Program, an Applicant must first submit a complete, written Application on the forms provided by STHD.  Applications for the ERA Program must be submitted to the STHD by mail, email, fax, or dropping off the Applications to the following address:

P.O. Box 549, Siletz, OR 97365
555 Tolowa Court, Siletz, OR 97380  (541)444-1331 or (541)444-1316 

Applications will be received until December 1, 2021.

ERA Program Policy

ERA Program Application 



The CARES Act funded COVID-19 Emergency Rent, Mortgage, and Energy Relief Assistance programs have ended. For low-income households, mortgage, rent and energy assistance will still be available through the STHD. Please visit the Housing page for more information.


PGE COVID-19 Bill Assistance

PGE is offering support to their customers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes:

  • Allowing requests for more time to pay;
  • Options to change billing due dates;
  • Payment plan options;
  • Energy assistance to qualified individuals.

Contact PGE

Customer Service
503-228-6322 or 800-542-8818
Monday-Friday from 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM

To see if you qualify for assistance, visit

Get up-to-date information about PGE's coronavirus response, visit
For tips on how to conserve energy, visit

School Announcements

Updates to Come

For Small Business Owners and the Self-Employed

The federal government passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, to aid families and small business during the Coronavirus Pandemic. Watch this video to learn more about how the CARES Act can help you as a small business owner or if you're self-employed.

Staying Active During Quarantine

FitnessOnDemand is available for Tribal member use, so you can stay active while social distancing. View this flyer to learn more about the program and who to contact to access this service.

The FCC's Lifeline Program

Individuals who have recently become eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Medicaid are also eligible for the FCC’s Lifeline program. Visit this link for more information.

Legal Aid Benefits Hotline Available for Tribal Members

Legal Aid Services of Oregon and the Oregon Law Center, civil legal service provides for low income Oregonians operate a Public Benefits Hotline, where low-income Oregonians can talk to lawyers and paralegals for advice on public benefits including Unemployment Benefits.

Hours of operation are limited Monday - Thursday. More information about legal aid can be found at Oregon Law Help.



For those trying to contact the Oregon Employment department, email is the best way as phone call wait times are averaging over 100 minutes. Anyone with claim status questions should reach out to

If you were denied a claim because you said you were not looking for work at this time, the department has made a fix for that. Continue to file weekly claims. If you were denied because you were self-employed or a 1099 contract worker, please visit the PUC links below.

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUC) Information (Oregon)

PUC Application Webpage

For Tribal Members Having Trouble Contacting OED 

If you are having trouble getting through to OED regarding their unemployment insurance claims, please contact both David ( and Teresa Rainey ( at the department.  They will get you routed to the right place to get those claims resolved.  If possible, when you contact David and Teresa please include the following information, which will help OED trouble-shoot the issue:

  • Your full name
  • Customer ID (CID) number if you have it (the format is XX.XXX-XXX-XXX)
  • If you do not have or know your CID, then your address and last four digits of your social security number
  • Good telephone contact number
  • A brief description of what the issue seems to be is useful


Lincoln County Testing Sites and Prescription Delivery Information


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Emergency Hotel Program

"CHANCE has secured some funding from CSC for motel sheltering for medically fragile homeless individuals during this pandemic. Providers working with the client should be making the referrals to CHANCE 541-791-3411 (follow prompts for location Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, Lincoln City and Newport) or Homeless clients should NOT call CHANCE directly. If they do, CHANCE will advise them to get a referral from a health care provider or homeless advocate. CSC will not take referrals from anyone for these motels—CHANCE is the point of contact."

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Mental Health Services

If you are feeling overwhelmed with emotions like sadness, anxiety or depression and need to speak with someone or learn what you can do to combat these feelings, use one of the resources below:

• For Emotional Distress assistance, not related to suicidality, please call the Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 or text “Talkwithus” to 66746.
• The Oregon Behavioral Health Support Line is a free and confidential resource for all Oregonians who are looking for emotional support. Call 1-800-923-HELP (4357). You do not need to be in mental health crisis to call this line. 
 OHA Crisis Services by County
• For concerns with suicide, please call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255
• Text “TALK” to 741741 to connect with the Crisis Textline
• For Two Spirit LGBTQ+ crises call The Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386, or text START to 678678, or check out
• County Crisis Lines or 2-11 in some areas
• We R Native
• National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Emotional Wellbeing During the COVID-19 Outbreak webpage:
• CDC’s Managing Anxiety and Stress during COVID-19 webpage:

Other Resources


COVID-19 Spread Tracker for Oregon

CDC Coronavirus Page

Oregon Heath Authority Coronavirus Page

Sign up for OHA Updates

State of Oregon Coronavirus Website


Shopping Safety for Essentials

Lincoln County Testing and Prescription Delivery

Steps to Prevent the Spread

People at Risk for Coronavirus


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Other Current Events

Local Notices

Oregon Wildfires

CTSI Phone Number for those in need of assistance: 541-444-9613

After the Fire | Water Safety Information for Echo Mountain Complex Area

Do not drink, prepare food or wash with tap water until officials say the water source is safe. Contact your water provider or check their website for up-to-date information. Use bottled water until you hear differently from your water system operator.

The delay in more information is due to needing to test the water for volatile organic compounds (VOC).  These occur when plastic piping heats up to a high degree. At this higher temperature, the pipes can release benzenes or other harmful chemicals or gases.

Read the Flyer for more information or visit the Lincoln County website under "Water".
Spanish Flyer

State Offers Help for Oregonians with Wildfire-Affected Domestic Wells

Well users in Oregon whose properties were affected by wildfires can get help paying for water testing so they can stay safe from contaminants in their drinking water. Visit this webpage for more information:  State offers help for Oregonians with wildfire-affected domestic wells

Other Resources

FEMA Approves Lincoln County for Oregon Direct Temporary Housing Solutions. To be eligible for Direct Temporary Housing assistance, you must be registered with FEMA and reside in a county that has been designated for individual assistance. For more information, read through the linked PDF. To register, visit or call 800-621-3362.

 How to Appeal a FEMA Disaster Assistance Decision (English PDF) (Spanish PDF)

 Oregon Wildfires Myth vs. Fact: Know How to Spot Fraud and Scam Artists (English PDF) (Spanish PDF

 Lincoln County Recovery Update Packet 10/21 

 Lincoln County Fire Damage and Recovery Resources 

 FEMA (Federal) Assistance for Individuals Affected by Wildfires

• If your small business has been impacted by these fires, you can apply for federal disaster loans through the Small Business Administration. Email the following address for assistance:

• USDA Assists Farmers, Ranchers, and Communities Affected by Western Wildfires 

• The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is issuing some tax filing relief for Oregonians impacted by these fires. Find out if you qualify for assistance here

 View the Oregon Wildfire Resources page

 Oregon Office of Emergency Management page 

 American Red Cross of the Cascades - Resources

  After the Fire: Safely Managing Ash and Debris

 Tips on Protecting Yourself When Returning After the Fire

 Well Tips during a Fire Emergency

 Wildfire Insurance Resources

 Filing a Homeowner Claim After a Fire


Keep up to date on the Lincoln County website, including the Interactive Map.

 View Updates on the Oregon Department of Forestry Facebook page and the Lincoln County Oregon Emergency Facebook page

Property Status Checks | Media Release - 9.13.20 - Lincoln County, OR (6 PM)

Lincoln County Sheriff Curtis Landers announced that deputies will begin offering status checks on properties in the area that remains closed to the Echo Mountain Complex Fire. General access to the affected areas continues to be limited due to hazardous and unpredictable conditions.

Residents can phone the county’s call center, 541-265-0621, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. seven days a week. Callers will be asked to provide the following information:

Address (any helpful information in locating the residence- many street signs and address markers are destroyed).
Phone number
Anyone missing from the location, including name, age, phone number
Any animals at location

Requests can also be made by filling out this form online:

Deputies will make checks as time permits, and there may be long delays in callbacks. Deputies will only be able to provide basic information about a structure or damage and are not capable of determining if a structure is safe to enter or is habitable.  Deputies will call the number provided and relay the status to the resident.  If there is no answer, the deputies will leave a message.  If the phone has no voicemail box or the deputy is otherwise unable to leave a message, no further attempts will be made.

Sheriff Landers said: “We understand the anxiety of not knowing the condition of your property and want to get you answers as soon as we safely can.” 

Ready, Set, Go | Oregon Evacuation Levels 

View the document here.

Apply Now for Siletz Tribal Head Start

Apply now for your child to attend our Head Start program.  We have classrooms in Siletz, Lincoln City, Salem and Portland.  

We give a preference for enrollment to children who are Native American, but you do not have to be Native American in order to attend our Head Start program.  

Our program offers round-trip transportation, 2 meals each class day, structured learning activities to support children’s school readiness skills, health screenings, family events, parent training, and services to support family success. 

To apply, call us at 1-800-922-1399 or 541-444-2450 and ask for Head Start. 

This institution is an equal opportunity provider 

Notices and Events

CTSI Youth Read Team

The summer read team has been extended! Sign up today!

• Free Books for Students and Families
• Weekly Virtual Meet Ups with Other Students and CTSI Staff
• Groups for all ages, Pre-K to 12th Grade
• Prepare for Oregon Battle of the Books

Every Wednesday at 4:00 PM through Summer 2021 (subject to change).

To Sign Up
Call: 1-541-270-1909

View the Summer Read Team Flyer

Registration Form

Upcoming Calendar Events

Enrollment Committee Meeting

April 14, 2021
4:30 PM

Regular Tribal Council Meeting

April 16, 2021
8:00 AM

Elder Council Qtrly Mtg. Zoom

April 21, 2021
11:00 AM

Resident Organization Meeting

April 21, 2021
5:00 PM

SpTC Health/Housing Meeting

May 1, 2021
8:00 AM