August Employee of the Month - Bobby Jones (Facilities & Infrastructure)

Bobby Jones (Left) & Supervisor Michael Postlewait (Right)


Sept. 18—Community members to bring awareness to a mental health concern by participating in the Annual Suicide Awareness Walk. – Sponsored by the Chehalis Tribe “Tsapowum” Behavior Health Department.

Full article in September Newsletter


Our Story

Today, we live a contemporary life but our hearts still travel where our ancestors prospered. There is still much to be learned from the ways of the past and the people who lived here.

Canoe Journeys

Tribal Journeys

Each year, Pacific Northwest tribes gather together in an important cultural event with "One Heart, One Mind". Facing the challenges of nature, we stand together, learning about ourselves and each other, as a family.


Click here to access the Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation Resource Directory. The Chehalis Tribe Resource Directory is a helpful tool to access tribal government resources and programs.


Chehalis Tribal Public Safety Crime Tip Line

888-646-7407 |

(Anonymous Calls Are Welcome)

Dial 911 for emergency. For any non-emergency call 273-7051. Please be aware this line is not monitored regularly.

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