Author: St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin

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Group Commercial Tobacco Treatment Support

Group Commercial Tobacco Treatment Support Commercial Tobacco Treatment Support Group will be focused on Quitting Commercial Tobacco Use. Tobacco Treatment Specialist:Katelyn Hughes, RN and Bonnie Kaphing, RN will be providing a 6-week Treatment Support Group. Every Tuesday x6 weeks starting May 24 through June 28From 11:00am to 12:00pmTribal Clinic Conference Room Sign up ends May 13, 2022Please call #715-349-8554 Ext. 5193 **Must Complete Commercial Tobacco Assessment with Bonnie and sign up by May 13

St. Croix Tribal Hazard Mitigation Plan Draft – Community Flyer

The St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin prepared this Tribal Hazard Mitigation Plan (THMP) to evaluate the impacts of natural and technological/human-caused hazards and to protect people, tribal lands, and cultural assets. This plan demonstrates the St. Croix Tribe’s on going commitment to reduce risk and improve resiliency to natural hazard events. This plan serves as a guide to decision makers to direct hazard mitigation programs, activities, and resources. This plan was also developed to make the Tribe eligible for […]

Change in Round Lake and Sand Lake Clinic Hours

Effective May 2nd, 2022 we are excited to announce the Round Lake and Sand Lake Clinic Hours. See below for more details. Current St. Croix Tribal Health Clinic – Main LocationLocated in the Big Sand Lake Community – Hertel Wisconsin4404 WI-70, Webster, WI 54893 715-349-8554 OPEN: Monday – Thursday 8am – 4pmFriday 8am – Noon St. Croix Tribal Health Clinic – Round LakeLocated in the Round Lake CommunityLuck Wisconsin2221 60th St Luck, WI 54853 715-857-5694 OPEN:Tuesday and Thursday 9am – 3pm […]

Barron County Press Release-Avian (Bird) Influenza

What is Avian (Bird) Influenza? Avian influenza occurs naturally among birds and is caused by influenza viruses. Birds carry the viruses in their intestines but usually do not get sick from them. However, avian influenza is very contagious among birds and can make some domesticated birds, including chickens, ducks and turkeys, very sick and can kill them. Symptoms: Symptoms of avian influenza in humans range from typical influenza-like symptoms (fever, cough, sore throat, muscle aches) to eye infections, pneumonia, acute […]

Spring Community Clean Up 2022

Please see the attached flyer for the Spring Community Clean-up dates. Come out nice and early, get your steps, beautify your community, and enjoy some lunch!