Free Credit Management information for Tribal Members has been posted in the TMOP.
The slide presentation from the Town Hall meeting addressing Tribal Insurance Transition held Tuesday May 10, 2016 has been posted in the Tribal Member Only Portal (TMOP).
The Utilities Assistance Program began April 1, 2015. Information on this new Tribal Member Benefit can be found on the Tribal Member Benefits page located in the Tribal Members Only Portal (TMOP). The TMOP is located on the left side of the front page of the web site and is accessible to Tribal Members age 18 and older only utilizing the previously provided username and password. Please contact Hannah Flowers in Government Relations at (251) 368-9136 x 2003 if you need assistance with your username/password.
The slide presentation from the community meeting held on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 addressing the PBCI Tribal Elders Supplemental Support Program has been posted in the Tribal Member Only Portal (TMOP) of the Tribe’s web site at www.pci-nsn.gov. The TMOP is accessible to Tribal Members only utilizing their assigned Username and Password. Please contact Hannah Flowers at (251) 368-9136 x 2003 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any assistance with your TMOP Username and Password.
The Tribal Member Benefits and Resource Development departments merged October 1, 2013. Their functions remain the same. However, Enrollment is now its own separate department.
The Tribal Member Benefits/Resource Development Department maintains the centralized data base for contact information for all Tribal members. Please keep your information updated and notify Tribal Member Benefits any time there is a change in your address, phone number, death beneficiary, or other important information. The Department maintains all records relating to Tribal Member benefits in addition to providing Tribal Members with Tribal identification.
TMB must be notified of any changes to a member's name, address, contact information, or beneficiary change.
The department is also responsible for researching and developing grant applications for Tribal programs, services, functions, and activities for the benefit of Tribal families. Extensive planning and coordination with Tribal leaders, Tribal program directors, grant representatives, and the Tribal community are essential to the development of successful grant applications.
Tribal Members may access all Tribal Benefits Downloads and Information via the Tribal Members Only Portal (TMOP) on the home page of this web site.
Tribal Benefits Liaison
(251) 368-9136 ext. 2215
Tabitha D. Davis
Benefits Information Clerk
(251) 368-9136 ext. 2209
Tribal Member Benefits Manager
(251) 368-9136 ext. 2207
Tribal Member Benefits Director
(251) 368-9136 ext. 2208
Tribal Member Services Division Director
(251) 368-9136 extension 2600
If you have moved and have NOT re-certified your address with the Tribal Member Benefits by providing a new utility bill verifying your address, please do so immediately to avoid your utility card being frozen. Beginning September 1st, when changing your address, your utility card will be frozen until you provide a current utility bill showing your “primary” service address.
Information that will help Tribal Members monitor their health and utilities benefits has been posted on the Tribal Member Benefits page housed in the Tribal Members Only Portal.
To ensure that you receive your Tribal benefits, newsletter, and other pertinent information from the Tribe, the Tribal Member Benefits Department must have your correct information on file.
Please make sure to complete and submit a "Tribal Benefits Change of Information Form" any time there is a change in your name, address, telephone number, etc. Additionally for name changes, you must also fill out a W-9 and attach a new social security card along with a marriage certificate or divorce decree. The above referenced forms are located in the Tribal Members Only Portal accessible from the link on the home page.