FLATHEAD RESERVATION — Due to Tribal Offices remaining closed under Shelter-in-Place order extended indefinitely by Council action on July 7, 2020,  please note the following procedures regarding COVID Relief requests.  PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THE TRIBAL OFFICES to request or submit COVID Relief forms or Direct Deposit forms.  PLEASE MAIL THEM OR EMAIL THEM to the addresses listed below. 

For general questions, assistance with the online form:

  • Emailcovidsupport@cskt.org
  • Telephone: Jami Pluff, Tribal Council Policy Analyst, 406-249-7921
  • Standard Mail:  CSKT Central Accounting, PO Box 278, Pablo MT 59855, ATTN: CSKT COVID Relief 

To request a form:

Contact the Enrollment office to receive a form in the mail by calling 406-675-2700, extension 1013, or emailing a request to receive a form (by mail or electronically) to erma.haynes@cskt.org, or by mailing a request to to Erma Haynes/Enrollment, at PO Box 278, Pablo MT 59855, ATTN: CSKT COVID Relief 

For questions about the online Request Form that you submitted

  • Emailcovidsupport@cskt.org
  • Telephone:  CSKT Central Accounting, 406-675-2700 extension 1002 
  • Standard Mail:  CSKT Central Accounting, PO Box 278, Pablo MT 59855, ATTN: CSKT COVID Relief

Previous memo stated:

A number of presumptive positive COVID-19 cases were documented by Tribal Health officials Tuesday, which resulted in Council taking quick action to continue the Shelter in Place order indefinitely. Originally, Council was on course to rescind the Shelter in Place order on July 13, and CSKT employees were expected to return to work.

That all changed Tuesday.

Effective immediately, Council chose to keep the Shelter in Place order active without a set end date. Employees will not be expected back to work July 13 as previously planned. This will give health officials time to confirm these quick-test positives with lab work and give time for contact tracing for close contacts. A close contact is defined as someone who was within six feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting from two days before illness onset (or, for asymptomatic cases, two days prior to positive specimen collection) until the time the patient is isolated.

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