The following links are for Native American and other organizations that provide services to Native American families in Southeastern Wisconsin.
GERALD L IGNACE INDIAN HEALTH CENTER provides preventive, diagnostic, routine and ongoing health maintenance care. In addition,our providers can make arrangements for seeing dentists, specialists, if necessary, and/or hospitalization.
ACCESS is a quick and easy way for people in Wisconsin to get answers to questions about health and nutrition programs.
SHARE's nonprofit food buying club offers good, nutritious products at reduced cost through a volunteer-run, community-based distribution system.
THE WISCONSIN PINK SHAWL INITIATIVE is established to raise awareness and educate the American Indian community and people worldwide about breast cancer.
SPOTTED EAGLE INCORPORATED is a federally funded non-profit organization that exists to assist American Indians in their efforts to successfully enter the workforce.
The AMERICAN INDIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE exists to promote economic development in Wisconsin Indian country through directed service delivery to American Indian entrepreneurs.
The SIGGENAUK CENTER offers a Food Bank and Clothing Bank for Native Americans in Milwaukee county.
|http://www.ics-milw.org/school/ics.php||The INDIAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL is a privately owned and operated intertribal school educating American Indian children from 4 years old kindergarten through the 8th grade.|