top of page

COPE COVID-19 Response

Dear COPE partners, In response to the evolving COVID-19 situation, we would like to reinforce that the health and well-being of our staff, community-partners, and relatives is our primary concern. To ensure that we are doing all we can look after our collective health, we are asking all employees to work remotely. While we've had no reports of infected employees and none of our employees are showing symptoms, we are responding to public health emergency guidance at this time and writing to share our immediate steps, including:

  • The COPE office at 208 West Coal Avenue, Gallup, will be closed for in-person business at the end of the workday on Monday, March 16, 2020. You can still reach all our staff by email or by phone. You can always reach us at

  • Although offices will be closed and we will not be engaged in face-to-face contact (such as meetings and site visits), program activities will continue as far as possible. We will hold virtual meetings and our staff will send out information on how to connect virtually.

We will keep you posted with any updates related to our shared work.

For further information on COVID-19, please refer to the CDC website and the IHS website, and Navajo Department of Health website If you are on Navajo Nation or the surrounding area and want to check if you should visit a clinic or hospital, please utilize the hotlines below:

  • Navajo Nation Command Center hotline: 928-871-7014 or

  • San Juan Regional Medical Center hotline 888-949-5387

  • Utah Coronavirus Information Line: 800-456-7707

  • AZ Department of Health hotline: 844-542-8201

  • GSU Hotline for Patients & Visitors: 505-726-5888

  • NM Department of Health Hotline: 855-600-3453

  • Rehoboth McKinley County Hospital Hotline: 505-236-1074

With best wishes for your health and wellness, COPE Team


Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page