Being apart of the Coquille Indian Tribe allows all members the ability to further there education. High school student wanting to go to college have opportunities for scholarships and/or grants, they also provide high school students with tutoring. Adults also wanting to further their education have the chance at receiving Vocational Training. The Coquille Tribe also allows there children to be involved with sports and activities and in addition, over the years, created a library that provides educational books as well as more specific historical information on their tribe.
The Coquille Indian Tribe has a Community Heath Center that provides care to all members of the tribe. They also provide service to the general public in coordination with Social Services.
In addition to educational and health services, the Coquille's offer housing programs. One of their primary goals is to provide affordable housing to qualified applicants within the five-county service area of the Coquille Indian Tribe, which encompasses Coos, Curry, Douglas, Lane, and Jackson counties. They offer homes on tribal land that has on site medical and community centers, on site Tribal Police, wooded views, and scenic wildlife. They also provide rental assistance program available off of Tribal Lands, an Emergency Housing Repair Program, and Home Grant and Occupancy Program which makes it possible for qualified Tribal members to buy a home on Tribal Lands with a small down payment and low monthly payments.