We invite you to the swearing in ceremony for our recently-elected Youth Council officers. They will be sworn in by Judge Johnson at 11:30 in the NGC Rotunda. Please support our youth as they embark on this leadership opportunity!
Recognizing that children are the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation’s most important resource and that children are vital to the continuing existence of the Confederated Tribes, this Juvenile Code has been developed as a means of safeguarding the health, safety, welfare, and culture of the Confederated Tribes for all future generations. The purpose of the Juvenile Code is to ensure the future of the Confederated Tribes by establishing procedures and laws to protect the best interest of children and the Confederated Tribes.
The Family Law Code deals with all matter pertaining to marriage, annulment, dissolution of marriage and separation, communinty property, disposition of property and spousal support, child custody and parenting plans, child support and support enforcement, paternity, uniform recognition and enforcement of family support orders, full faith and credit of foreign child support orders, guardianship and domestic partnership.
The Elders Services Code has been rescinded: In Resolution 14-068 (December 22, 2014), the Board of Trustees amended the General Welfare Code to add chapters 4 and 5, bringing administration of the Elders’ Services Code benefits, Elders’ Energy Assistance Benefits, and the Board of Trustees Donation Fund benefits within the scope of the General Welfare Code. Resolution 14-068 also rescinded the Elders’ Services Code.
General Assistance provides finance assistance which meets the essential needs to thos who are eligible. This consists of shelter, food, clothing, utilities, referral services, vocation rehabilitation, workforce development, disability services and certain medical requests.
Please fill out the application and call 541.429.7300 for an appointment.