5.37 Healthy Families First

Healthy Families First

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Education and Prevention Program

Violence against women is NOT traditional. Women are honored and considered valuable community members.

Respect and non-violence toward all people are essential for healthy families.  Yet today, Native women are experiencing domestic and sexual violence at higher rates than other women in the United States.

The Coquille Indian Tribe received a grant from the Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women, with a goal of reducing and preventing domestic violence as well as facilitating healing from acts of violence against women and girls. Our program offers educational outreach for prevention and healing in Coos, Curry, Douglas, Lane and Jackson counties.

We have a Tribal advocate who can help you navigate resources in your community as well as the resources offered by the Tribe, and who can provide valuable support when making difficult decisions. All interactions with our advocate are respectful and confidential.

WARNING:  If you are a victim of domestic violence, be aware that your abuser could be tracking your Internet activity. Delete this page from your history before closing your browser.


Roni Jackson

Family Support Advocate

600 Miluk Drive

P.O. Box 1390

Coos Bay Oregon 97420


Phone: (541) 888-9494, ext. 2219

Fax: (541) 888-3431

Nationwide Resources

For nationwide resources addressing domestic violence and sexual assault, please click here.

  • Tribe Responds to COVID-19

    The Coquille Indian Tribe is taking appropriate steps in response to the COVID-19 epidemic. In addition to the measures undertaken by The Mill Casino-Hotel & RV Park, the tribal government administration is acting to protect the safety of our employees and tribal member families, while maintaining essential services to our membership.

    In the past few days, the tribe has canceled some group events.  We also have curtailed nonessential travel by our employees. We have been communicating to membership daily for the past week, keeping them informed about the status of the epidemic in both Oregon and nationwide, along with the tribe’s actions.

    Starting Monday, many of our tribal government employees will begin working from home. We are keeping our health center open. Other tribal government facilities will either close for the next two weeks or remain open on a limited basis, with minimal staffing. Like other local governments, we will evaluate the unfolding situation and respond accordingly.

    We offer our best wishes to the entire community in this challenging time.