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1 Ute Family Services Community Services Guide 4/1/2014 Compiled by Marlene Edgley~ Contact (435) for updates on contact information.

2 P a g e 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Emergency Numbers...Page 3 Ute Tribal Programs Adult & Child Protection...4 Child Care & Development...4 Clothing...7 Education...8 Employment...11 Food...12 Health & Medical...13 Housing...15 Law Enforcement...15 Legal...17 Utilities...24 Basic Needs (Tri County & Wasatch Area Listings) Adult & Child Protection...27 Child Care & Development...27 Clothing...30 Education...31 Employment...34 Food...35 Housing...37 Health & Medical...43 Behavioral Health Counseling...49 Specialized Services...51 Persons with Disabilities...55 Faith-Based Services...65 Substance Abuse Treatment Services...60 Community Meetings (AA, ALANON, NA)...60 Faith-Based Services...65 Drug Testing...69 State-wide services...71 Legal Attorneys...95 Legal Programs...98 Law Enforcement Veterans Utilities...101

3 P a g e 3 Emergency Numbers: Emergency (Fort Duchesne)...(435) Vernal Central Dispatch Witness Tip Line (Fort Duchesne) Uintah County Sheriff Vernal Police Department Vernal City Indian Health Services Uinta Basin Medical Center (Roosevelt) UBMC OB Ashley Regional Medical Center Center for Missing & Exploited Children Hearing Impaired (TTY) Nationwide Runaway Hotline National Child Abuse Hotline National Domestic Violence Hotline National Poison Control Center National Substance Abuse Helpline National Suicide Hotline TALK (8255) Postpartum Depression Utah Suicide & Crisis Hotlines Ute Family Services (On call) Veterans helpline (Vet-2-Vet) Veterans Crisis Line Text Women's Crisis Center...Crisis Line (435) Youth America Hotline (Peer Counseling)

4 P a g e 4 UTE INDIAN TRIBAL PROGRAMS Ute Indian Tribe provides a variety of services throughout the Ute communities for their members. The major programs are listed below along with some useful information. Main number: (435) Ute Indian Tribe Emergency Service Ph: (435) North 7399 East (On-Call number) Fort Duchesne, Utah Hours: 24/7 Emergency medical services. CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT REPORTING Child Protection Services (CPS-Utah State) Ph: Ph: Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting (state-wide). Ute Family Services (CPS Reporting) Ph: (435) P.O. Box 925 Ph: (435) (On Call) Fort Duchesne, Utah Daytime and After hours reporting for Child Abuse & Neglect. The On-call worker will help with emergency crisis situations after hours and weekends. ADULT & CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES Adult Protective Services Ph: (435) Ext W. Market Dr. or Hours: M-Th 7am-6pm The goal of Adult Protective Services is to prevent abuse and protect adults ages 18 and up. Ute Family Services Ph: (435) P.O. Box 925 Fax: (435) Fort Duchesne, Utah Location: 2.1 miles South of Bottle Hollow Hours: M-F 8am-5pm The mission of Ute Family Services is to strengthen families now and for the future through three core service: crisis/respite/shelter; in-home and center based parenting classes, support groups, short-term therapy for families including children. Services include child abuse prevention with families identified as as-risk or identified to child welfare system, adult education, parent engagement in policy/advocacy, youth development activities, counseling services, among many other services. Anger Management Individual Counseling Ph: (435) Location: Ute Family Services Building

5 P a g e 5 Contact Person: Felecita Foolbear Hours: by appointment Anger Management Counseling will help you to identify the triggers, feelings and sources of your anger. You will learn how to communicate and express your anger in a healthy and positive way. Individualized counseling will consist of 12 sessions. Participants must attend all sessions to receive a certificate of completion, to show proof of attendance. Family Group Decision Making Ph: (435) Contact: Robyn Stevenson Cell (435) The Family Group Decision Making offers services for families who need help and support in creating a safe and healthy environment for their family unit. Families are empowered to make their own decisions on how to raise their children effectively and culturally appropriate. Families are given the opportunity to create their own support system by bringing in extended family, friends and community members that they feel would be helpful in successfully achieving their goals. If you have more questions, please call the contact person. LIHEAP Program Ph: (435) P.O. Box 925 Ft. Duchesne, Utah Hours: M-F 8am-5pm Contact Person: Angie Chegup UFS offers the Ute Tribe LIHEAP Program. Obtain an application from UFS and the following; attach IDs (Tribal ID or Driver's License); copy of Utility Bill (Electric, Gas, Propane) with name/address of provider and account number on bill; Social Security card (s)-must present cards of entire household (necessary for anyone age of 6); Birth Certificate of Children 6 years and under; Proof of income of all household members (last 4 check stubs, and/or copies of other assistance programs; Social Security, (SSI), Veterans benefits, GA, Food Stamps (copy of check/bank statements and/or documentation of funds). Parenting Classes: Love, Limits and Latitude Ph: (435) Ext Contact: Quanah Powaukee Classes are offered in 11 sessions per cycle. The curriculum used is called " Love, Limits and Latitude." These classes will be held every Wednesday from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Classes begin on Wednesday, January 8, 2014 and concludes on March 19, These classes are considered "open", meaning that anyone can begin at anytime. These classes are free and will help participants to build a loving relationship with their children so that they are easier to parent, know how to set appropriate limits and understand the unique need of children. These classes are for anyone who is a parenting a child or teenager. For more information, please contact Quanah. Youth & Adult Individual Counseling Ph:(435) Ext Ute Family Services Fort Duchesne, Utah Contact Person: Quanah Powaukee, LCSW Counseling referrals are accepted for adolescent youth and families needs such as: couples counseling, depression, anger management, grief, ungovernable behaviors, school achievement, attachment, transition, etc. Youth must be at least 12 years old. For children younger than 12, counseling services is offered for caretakers to improve behavior in their young children. In addition, an open Parenting

6 P a g e 6 classes is offered every week where parents are able to join at any time to gain additional skills in managing their children. Ute Victims of Crime Department Ph: (435) Victim Advocacy Program Contact Person: Merelynn Cambridge The purpose of the victim's advocate program is to help victims and their children access utilize local resources available to them such as protective orders, emergency shelter, education, counseling, and resource and crises intervention, which can prevent the cycle of family violence. Victims of any and all crimes is eligible to receive services. Women's Crisis Center Ph: (435) Vernal, Utah Crisis Line: Ph: (435) Hours: 24/7 Shelter and crisis services for victims of domestic violence. CHILD CARE & DEVELOPMENT Child Care Resource & Referral (Eastern) ph: Child Care Referral Ph: (435) P.O. box 194 Ft. Duchesne, Ut Hours: M-TH 7:45am-4:45pm This program assists parents with locating Day care and childcare services. All enrolled Ute Indian Tribal members are eligible for services. Family Support Center Ph: (435) North 700 East Hours: M-F 8am-5pm It is the mission of the family support Center to support parents, protect children and preserve families. The family Support Center speak for those whose voices are too soft to be heard by strengthening families and preventing child abuse and neglect. HEADSTART PROGRAMS Ute Tribe Head Start Little Mesa Center Ph: (435) East 5500 South Ft. Duchesne, Utah Head start is a national program that promotes school readiness by enhancing the social and cognitive development of children through the provision of educational, health, nutritional, social, and other services to enrolled children and families.

7 P a g e 7 Little Blossom Center Ph: (435) P.O. Box 217 Ft. Duchesne, Ut Location: Fort Duchesne, Utah Hours: M-TH 8am-4pm Fri 8am-11am Little Blossom Center is a satellite program of Prime Time 4 Kids, which is an early intervention program for children ages 0-3, developmental delays and disabilities. They are supported by an experienced team of trained early interventionists, therapists, and nurses that provide free developmental assessments. Each eligible child is receives follow-up services, home visits, playgroups, specialized instruction, and collaboration with other child service agencies. Prime Time 4 Kids is a family based service to assist families with development services as well as provide strategies for children with developmental delay. Ute Tribe Child Care Referral Ph: (435) Contact Person: Angelina Lucero Location: Little Mesa Hours: Open to any customer for child care service. Immunizations are required. Ute Tribal Day Care Ph:(435) E 100 S. Fort Duchesne, Ut Contact Person: Hours: Open to any customer for child care service. Immunizations are required. Ute Tribe (Pees Cheu) Day Care Ph: (435) E 1000 S. Roosevelt, Ut Contact Person: Hours: Get Hours Provide quality Day care services for all community members' children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old. There are five classrooms that are utilized for classes throughout the day. Low-income Child care assistance program to have family members provide services for the family. CLOTHING FOSTER FAMILY SERVICES-Clothing Closet Ute Family Services Ph: (435) P.O. Box 925 Ft. Duchesne, Utah Location: Across from Water Settlement office Contact Person: Marlene Edgley Hours: M-F 8am-5pm

8 P a g e 8 Ute Family Services offers financial assistance for basic needs of eligible American Indians who reside on or near the reservations. Services include cash payments, basic needs, food, clothing, shelter, and assistance for non-medical institutional or custodial care of adults and children who need protection. Qualification is determined through an eligibility worker. Donation program is available for children in the Foster Care Program and families in need. Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake City Ph: (801) West 1300 South or Salt Lake City, Utah The Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake City (Formerly Indian Walk-In Center) strives to "Preserve the heritage, enhance the wellbeing and strengthen the future of the people." Services offered for eligible American Indians in Northern Utah region include Healthcare access & referrals; immunizations, medical, dental, HIV & STI testing & counseling, CHIP/Medicaid application assistance. Diabetes support; nutrition counseling, education, depression screening, screenings for glucose, blood pressure, cholesterol, ht & wt, fitness assessment & instruction. Behavioral Health Outpatient clinic; counseling for youth & adults (Individual, couples and family), and Adult substance abuse treatment. Youth Program; physical, Commercial Tobacco & Substance prevention and Chronic disease prevention programs; Spiritual; identity, formation, craft classes, storytelling, and language arts, Emotional Support; homework Lab, College preparation; Leadership development, summer program, and youth conferences. Additional programs include Special Projects which consists of prevention programs, family health and education, cultural outreach, mentorship, family and community preparedness; and other referrals for health screenings, resource information, clothing vouchers, volunteer work, community service work, conferences, workshops, cultural events, legal clinics and resource education. Domestic Violence Ute Tribe Victims of Crime Program Ph: (435) Women's Support Group Contact: Marjorie, Francine or Merelynn Supporting each other within our community. Women's group to support those impacted by Domestic violence. Weekly Group focusing on supporting each other and building community through cultural activities and sharing our struggles and joys together. Women of all ages are welcomed. Women's Crisis Center Ph: (435) West Market Drive Crisis Line Ph: (435) Hours: 24/7 Women's Crisis Center provides Domestic violence crisis hotline that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They also provide emergency shelter for those who have been affected by domestic violence. Additional services include case management, outreach services, and support group for women. For more information, please contact the office. EDUCATION ADULT Ashley Valley Education Center Ph:(435)

9 P a g e 9 Ashley Valley High School Fax: (435) North 1700 West Principal: Andy Mckee Adult Education, Uintah online and Youth in custody. Duchesne County Adult Ed Ph: (435) W 3000 S Fax: (435) Roosevelt, UT Principal: Fred Arko Education Department Ph: (435) P.O. Box 194 Ft. Duchesne, Utah Contact Person: Jenna Reed Hours: M-Th 8am-4:30pm This program is designed to help individuals complete their education. Services include higher education scholarships: adult vocational training; GED preparations and textbooks; GED exam; Unitah River Charter High School; Upward Bound and BIA Boarding School. Vocational Rehabilitation Ph: (435) W. Hwy 40 Vocational Rehabilitation Ph: (435) E Lagoon St ELEMENTARY / HIGH SCHOOL Education Department Ph: (435) P.O. Box 194 Ft. Duchesne, Utah Hours: M-Th 8am-4:30pm This program is designed to help individuals complete their education. Services include higher education scholarships: adult vocational training; GED preparations and textbooks; GED exam; Unitah River Charter High School; Upward Bound and BIA Boarding School. Uinta County School District Ph: (435) West 200 South Fax: (435) Superintendent: Mark Dockins Ashley Elementary School Ph: (435)

10 P a g e 10 Principal: Lance Hatch Central Cove Pre-School Ph: (435) Supervisor: Tami Chew Fax: (435) Davis Elementary Ph: (435) Principal: Rick Johnson Fax: (435) Discovery Elementary Ph: (435) Principal: Jeff Morris Fax: (435) Eagle View Elementary (K-8) Ph: (435) Rt. 2 Box 2468 Fax: (435) Roosevelt, Ut "Together we will be safe, respectful, responsible and successful." Attendance matters. All students college bound. Lapoint School Elementary School Ph: (435) HC 67 Box 151 E Fax: (435) LaPoint, Ut Principal: Dennis Arkin Maeser Elementary Ph: (435) Principal: Leonard Sullivan Fax: (435) Naples Elementary Ph: (435) Principal: Deborah Chatham Uinta Online Navigators Fax: (801) North 1700 West Contact: Cassie Hayes Ph: (435) Contact: Rebecca Halverton Ph: (435) Vernal Middle School Ph: (435) West 100 South Fax: (435) Principal: John Anderson Vernal Junior High School Ph: (435) North 1000 Fax: (435) Principal: Kathy Hawkins Uintah High School Ph: (435) West 500 North Fax: (435) Principal: Julie Wilde

11 P a g e 11 Uintah River High School Ph: (435) P.O. Box 230 Fort Duchesne, Utah For Grades Duchesne County School District Ph: (435) P.O. Box 446 Duchesne, Utah Superintendent: David Brotherson Altamont Elementary School Ph: (435) Principal: Michiel Bostick Fax: (435) Altamont High School Ph: (435) Principal: Janalee Goodrich Fax: (435) Duchesne Elementary School Ph: (435) Principal: Jason Young Fax: (435) East Elementary School Ph: (435) Principal: Russ Nielson Fax: (435) King's Peak Elementary School Ph: (435) Principal: Phillip Bertoch Fax: (435) Myton Elementary School Ph: (435) Principal: Jennifer Wall Fax: (435) Neola Elementary School Ph: (435) Principal: Roxanne Slaugh Fax: (435) Roosevelt Junior High School Ph: (435) Principal: Dean Wilson Fax: (435) Tabiona School Ph: (435) Principal: Bob Park Fax: (435) Thompsen School Ph: (435) Principal: Fred Arko Fax: (435) Union High School Ph: (435) Principal: Rick Nielson Fax: (435) EMPLOYMENT / JOB TRAINING Emergency Employment Ph: (435)

12 P a g e 12 Contact: Joseph Tapoof Education Department Ph: (435) P.O. Box 194 Ft. Duchesne, Utah Hours: M-Th 8am-4:30pm This program is designed to help individuals complete their education. Services include higher education scholarships: adult vocational training; GED preparations and textbooks; GED exam; Unitah River Charter High School; Upward Bound and BIA Boarding School. Indian Training and Education Center Ph: (801) W 2200 S Ste.100 Salt Lake City, Utah Personnel Department Fax: (435) Contacts: Susan Chappoose Ext Rachel Shore Ext Elizabeth Ross Ext Roneva Valdez Ext Ingrid Wopsock (Operator) Ext Felecia Pike Cuch Ext Ute Indian Tribe Workforce Investment Act Ph: (435) P.O. Box 190 (Fax) Ft. Duchesne, Utah Location: Ute Tribe Administration Bldg Hours: M-TH 8:00am-4:30pm The Workforce Investment Act is a federally funded program under the Department of Labor's section 166 Indian and Native American Programs. The WIA program serves low income, unemployed or underemployed American Indians residing in Uintah, Ouray reservation, or Uintah and Duchesne counties. We provide temporary employment opportunities for Native Americans to obtain skills, and experiences to obtain a permanent employment in the workforce system. Vocational Rehabilitation Ph: (435) W. Hwy 40 Vocational Rehabilitation Ph: (435) E Lagoon St FOOD ASSISTANCE Ashley Valley Food Pantry Ph: (435)

13 P a g e East 200 South Hours: M 10a-2pm; Tues 10am-2pm; Th 2pm-6pm Duchesne County Food Pantry Ph:(435) East 100 South Hours: Wed 10am-2pm; Fri 2pm-6pm Food Stamps & Department of Workforce Services (DWS) Ph: LDS Bishop's Storehouse-Roosevelt Ph: (435) North 700 East General Clothing provision, household goods, and food pantries. Ute Food Distribution Ph: (435) E S. Fort Duchesne, Utah Ute Food Distribution aims to supply eligible families in need with sufficient food supply for their families. Applications are available for any person 18 years or older. Determination is based on family Household income, any other assistance programs, or unemployment information. WIC (Women, Infant & Children) Ph: (435) Ft Duchesne, Utah or (435) WIC's mission is to safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to age 5, who are at nutrition risk by providing nutritious foods to supplemental diets, information on healthy eating, and referrals to health care. To be eligible for this program women and children must meet the income guidelines. Medicaid recipients automatically qualify. West side Food Pantry 8180 South West Ph:(435) Duchesne, Utah Hours: Tues 10am-2pm; Wed2pm-6pm HEALTH & MEDICAL CHR Ramalda Guzman Ph: (435) Community Health Ph: (435) Please request for transportation two days in advance or as soon as you know about your appointment. Health Educator Ph: (435)

14 P a g e 14 Contact: Joseph LaFramboise Homeland Security Ph: (435) or Contacts: Eldora Perank Dondie Gould Ph: (435) Indian Health Services (IHS) Ph: (435) (Main Line) 6822 East 100 South Appointment line (435) P.O. Box 160 (Fax) Ft. Duchesne, Utah Dental (435) Location: 2 miles south of Bottle Hollow Hours: M,T W,F 8am-5pm; Th 1pm-5pm The IHS is the principal federal health care provider and health advocate for Indian people, and its goal is to raise their health status to the highest possible level. Eligible individuals and families must show membership of a federally recognized tribe. Services include ambulatory 40-hour facility staffed by five physicians, one physician's assistant, three dentists, one optometrist, and three pharmacists. We provide comprehensive public health services including general medical, surgical follow-up, pediatric, prenatal care. Dental and optometry services are also available. Other clinical specialties are provided by visiting consultants, which are scheduled periodically, and Behavioral Health service providers are also available. Journey into Wellness Center Ph: (435) Ext Painted Horse Diabetes Program Ph: (435) Contacts: Cassandra Manning Jennifer Cesspooch Ext Leeuz Serawop Ext M. Jessica Jenkins Ext Troy Perank Ext Dialysis Driver: Nyhree Curry Ext Please request for transportation two days in advance or as soon as you know about your appointment. Senior Citizens Department Fax: (435) Contacts: Pearleen Ridley Ph: (435) Senior Kitchen Ph: (435) Care Center Ph: (435) Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake City Ph: (801) West 1300 South or Salt Lake City, Utah Hours: M, Wed & Fri 8:30am-4:30pm; T & TH 8:30am-3:00pm Closed for lunch daily from 12:00 noon to 1:00pm The Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake City (Formerly Indian Walk-In Center) strives to "Preserve the heritage, enhance the wellbeing and strengthen the future of the people." Services offered for eligible American Indians in Northern Utah region include Healthcare access & referrals; immunizations, medical, dental, HIV & STI testing & counseling, CHIP/Medicaid application assistance. Diabetes support;

15 P a g e 15 nutrition counseling, education, depression screening, screenings for glucose, blood pressure, cholesterol, ht & wt, fitness assessment & instruction. Behavioral Health Outpatient clinic; counseling for youth & adults (Individual, couples and family), and Adult substance abuse treatment. Youth Programs; physical, Commercial Tobacco & Substance prevention and Chronic disease prevention programs; Spiritual; identity, formation, craft classes, storytelling, and language arts, Emotional Support; homework Lab, College preparation; Leadership development, summer program, and youth conferences. Additional programs include Special Projects which consists of prevention programs, family health and education, cultural outreach, mentorship, family and community preparedness; and other referrals for health screenings, resource information, clothing vouchers, volunteer work, community service work, conferences, workshops, cultural events, legal clinics and resource education. Ute Indian Tribe Alcohol & Ph: (435) Substance Abuse Prevention Program Fax: (435) South 6777 East P.O. Box 936 Fort Duchesne, Utah Hours: 8a-5p M-TH, 8am-12:00 Fri Provides Alcohol and Substance Abuse services that for Indian Tribal members who are eligible. Works with adolescents, women, men, who reside within the Unitah and Ouray Indian reservation. Due to Federal Law and Indian Health Service 638 contract agreements adults must schedule their own appointments; Tribal members who reside outside of the Uintah Basin are not eligible for services. Vital Statistics Ph: (435) Babes Secakuku Ext Pearl Littlegoose Ext Dellana Mart Ext Sharon Small Ext HOUSING Building Rehabilitation Program Ph: (435) Contacts: J.T. Murray or Allana Jim Ph: (435) Ute Energy Housing Ph: (435) Ext Contact: Debra Jones Fort Duchesne, Utah Ute Tribal Housing Authority Ph: (435) P.O. Box 250 Fort Duchesne, Utah Contact: Emmett Duncan LAW ENFORCEMENT Police Department (BIA) PH: (435) /911 Dispatch Fax: (435) Law and Order Ph: (435) /4212

16 P a g e 16 Forestry & Fire Dept. Ph: (435) /0964 Ph: (435) /4351 DUCHESNE Duchesne County Dispatch (435) Duchesne County Jail (435) West 9000 South Duchesne, Utah Duchesne County Sheriff's Department (435) West 9000 South Duchesne, Utah MANILA Dagget County Sheriff's Department (435) North 1st Avenue Manila, Utah Dagget County Jail (435) ROOSEVELT Tri-County Probation (435) Roosevelt Office 127 West 450 South #4 Roosevelt City Police Department (435) S. State Utah State Adult Probation & Parole (435) S. State Utah State Highway Patrol (435) S. State VERNAL Tri-County Probation (435) Vernal Office 515 North 250 West

17 P a g e 17 Naples City Police Department (435) E. Weatherby Dr. Naples, Utah Uintah County Dispatch (435) Uintah County Sheriff's Department (435) East 100 North Utah State Adult Probation & Parole (435) East 100 North Utah State Highway Patrol (435) East 100 North Vernal City Police Department (435) E. Main LEGAL ATTORNEYS VERNAL Allred & McCellan Ph: (435) Ken Anderson Ph: (435) John Beaslin Ph: (435) Lance Dean Ph: (435) Berry & Trip Ph: (435) Dennis Judd Ph: (435) Mangum & Holt Ph: (435) McKeachine Law Offices Ph: (435) Rachelle Palme Ph: (435) Daniel Sam Ph: (435) Uintah Basin Legal Center Ph: (435) ROOSEVELT Allred & McCellan Ph:(435) Cindy Barton-Coombs Ph: (435) Joel Berrett Ph: (435) Keith Eddington Ph: (435) Herb Gillespie Ph: (435)

18 P a g e 18 Cleve Hatch Ph: (435) Roland Uresk Ph: (435) DUCHESNE Marea Doherty Ph: (435) PUBLIC DEFENDERS John Beaslin Ph: (435) Lance Dean Ph: (435) BAIL BONDS Bad Azz Bail Bonds Ph: (435) Beehive Bail Bonds Ph: (435) Rebel Bail Bonds Ph: (435) Uintah Basin Bail Bonds Ph: (435) Ph: (435) Ute Indian Tribe Legal Aide Ph: (801) Contact Person: Kimberly Washburn (Leave Message) Provides Legal services to Ute Tribal members. Ute Indian Tribe Public Defender Ph: (435) Contact Person: Tara Jones Utah Legal Services Ph: (800) N. 400 W. or (801) Salt Lake City, Utah (In SLC County) (801) Utah Legal Services Ph: (801) N. University Ave. Fax: (801) Provo, Utah Utah Legal Services (ULS) is a nonprofit law office incorporated in 1976 committed to making equal justice a reality by providing free legal help in non-criminal cases to low-income Utahns. ULS serves the entire state with offices in Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo and St. George. Specialized units also serve groups with special legal needs including migrant farm workers, American Indians and Senior Citizens. Utah has over 360,000 persons eligible for legal help from ULS. Many of these poor families live great distances from the Wasatch Front and are dependent upon the outreach programs of ULS. Utah Legal Services Ph: (801) th St. Fax: (801) Ogden, Utah Utah Legal Services Ph: (435) St. George Blvd. Fax: (435) St. George, Utah 84770

19 P a g e 19 Ute Indian Tribal Justice Ph: (435) Court of the Unitah and Ouray Fax: (435) Reservation P.O. Box S 7500 E Fort Duchesne, Utah Chief Judge: Judge William Reynolds Administrator: Roberta Cesspooch Traffic/ Arr. Court Clerk: Gaylene Wopsock Criminal Court Clerk: Sandy Pike Civil Court Clerk (Acting): Roberta Cesspooch Finance/Court Clerk: Pollyanna Parks Bailiff/Custodian: Geraldine Rojas Front Desk Secretary: Nancy Pawwinnee Tribal Court Server (Acting): Nancy Pawwinne The Front desk Secretary may help with blank forms, she also takes payments and provide information on fees. All Court Clerks serve their own paperwork, and take bonds for inmates. Ute Indian Tribe Ph: (435) Adult Probation & Fax: (435) Parole Department P.O. Box S E. Fort Duchesne, Utah Hours: 8:00am- 4:40pm M-Th Contacts: Probation Officer: Robert Yazzie Ph: (435) Probation Officer: Sweetwater Serawop Ph: (435) Probation Officer: Tomasita Wissiup Ph: (435) Ute Indian Tribe Adult Probation & Parole department supervises individual who are placed on probation/parole by the Ute Tribal courts. Additionally, they are responsible to assure that the defendants are compliant with the conditions of the court, provide monthly reviews, and present preinvestigation reports as requested by the Chief Judge. Ute Indian Tribe Ph: (435) Prosecution Department Fax: (435) P.O. Box 190 Fort Duchesne, Utah (description here) COURTS: Juvenile Court Contacts: Debra Ridley Ph: (435) Myla McCurdy Ph: (435) Lara Ivie Ph: (435)

20 P a g e 20 Cassandra Kochamp Ph: (435) Ute Indian Tribal Justice Court Ph: (435) Fax: (435) Contacts: Nancy L. Pawwinnee Ext Robert Perez Ext Ute Indian Adult Ph: (435) Probation & Fax: (435) Parole Department Robert Yazzie Ext Sweetwater Serawop Ext Tomasita Wissiup Ext Prosecution Department Ph: (435) (Info here) Fax: (435) DUCHESNE 8th District Court/Juvenile Court Ph: (435) P.O. Box West 9000 South Duchesne, Utah Duchesne County Justice Court (West) Ph: (435) West 9000 South Duchesne, Utah Utah State Juvenile Courts Ph: (435) P.O. Box West 9000 South Duchesne, Utah MANILA (DAGGETT COUNTY) 8th Judicial District Ph: (435) Dutch John Justice Court Ph: (435) Manila Justice Court Ph: (435) ROOSEVELT 8TH Judicial District Ph: (435) P.O. Box Duchesne County Justice Court (East) Ph: (435)

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