St. Croix Tribal Enrollment Department
The Enrollment Office is essential and invaluable to the St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin. The enrolled member constitutes the Tribe and a tribal member has unique status with the Federal Government and its programs. Tribal membership is used as a headcount for Federal dollars appropriated to the Tribe, for educational, health, administrative and other programs. The tribal membership looks to its own government for a voice in expressing their needs. The Tribe offers protection, stability, benefits and a right to participate in determining Tribal leadership and direction.
The Enrollment Office maintains the records of the enrolled members of the St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin. Its main objective is to provide services to all the enrolled members to assist them with the eligibility documentation needed to receive services from various tribal and government programs. The enrollment department enrolls children ages 0-17 that meet the enrollment criteria of the St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin. Other services and assistance is provided through referral to tribal programs, available resources, and partner agencies.