Lummi Nation

Official Website of the
Lummi Indian Business Council

Phase II **Shelter in Place order is currently in affect for the Lummi Reservation Due to the Spread of COVID-19***


We are the Lhaq'temish, The Lummi People. We are the original inhabitants of Washington's northernmost coast and southern British Columbia. For thousands of years, we worked, struggled and celebrated life on the shores and waters of Puget Sound.

We are fishers, hunters, gatherers, and harvesters of nature's abundance. We envision our homeland as a place where we enjoy an abundant, safe, and healthy life in mind, body, society, environment, space, time and spirituality; where all are encouraged to succeed and none are left behind.

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Lummi Nation Funeral Support Information


Lummi Nation COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Relief Program


COVID-19 Emergency Relief Program


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Click here to visit the Unemployment Informational Page


Important Information on Coronavirus (COVID19)

Lummi Nation Emergency Numbers in event of closure CLICK HERE




After-hours Medical Care Information

To connect with a medical provider after hours please call

  • (360)715-2447

For Urgent Care we recommend the following:

  • Walk-in Health Clinic

    2220 Cornwall Ave.
    Bellingham, WA 98225
    360-734-2330

PeaceHealth same day clinic:

  • Medical Office Plaza (clock tower building)

    3015 Squalicum Parkway
    Bellingham, WA 98225

  • 360-788-8420

     


Lummi Tribal Health Center COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH RECOMMENDATIONS

For Public Health information regarding what LIBC is doing to protect our community --click here--


Declaration of Public Health Emergency - Lummi Nation - Chairman Lawrence Solomon

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MDLive for LIBC Benefited Employees:



For questions about, or tax-deductible donations to, Lummi Nation’s work for the Salish Sea and qwe ‘lhol mechen (orcas), please visit www.sacredsea.org. For additional information contact Kurt Russo at (360) 312-2292 or email KurtR@lummi-nsn.gov




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Available Documents

There are 630 documents currently available in the Lummi Nation website.

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