Maternal Child Health

St. Croix Tribal Maternal Child Health

The St. Croix Tribal Health Department is working in partnership the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council to improve the health and wellbeing of Native American children, families, and communities.  Its goal is to increase the chance for infant survival and promote infant, women, and family health through outreach, education, coordinated services, mental wellness screenings, provider referral, community feedback, and continued services for women between pregnancies.

Maternal Child Health staff provide services through the Wisconsin State Rural Infant Health Project that serves prenatal/postpartum women and their infants, including children with special health care needs.  Project activities teach families about health and safety and help them have healthier pregnancies.  The project staff offer support for healthy living by encouraging families to become smoke-free households, to breastfeed, and to be current on their children’s vaccinations and well child check-ups.

Contact Information

St. Croix Healthy Families Home Visiting Program

South Winds Plaza
24670 State Road 35/70
Suite 800
Siren, WI 54872

P: (715) 588-1002

Suzette Mayotte
Program Manager

Danielle Reynolds
Family Support Specialist