Hannahville Indian Community – Health & Human Services
Our Mission is to raise the physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual health of the American Indians and Alaskan Natives to the highest level.
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Hannahville Health Center
The Hannahville Department of Health and Human Services’ mission is to provide high quality health care and human services to eligible members of the community through community involvement and to promote continuous improvement and patient satisfaction.
Hannahville On-Call Nurse Line:
Dial Help 24/7 Crisis Line:
Strong Hearts Native Helpline:
The Hannahville Potawatomi Indian Community is located in the south-central section of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in Menominee Country, 20 miles west of Escanaba, MI and 95 miles northeast of Green Bay, WI. The reservation was established by an act of Congress in 1913, although descendants of the northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin Potawatomi have been residing in the Wilson/Bark River/Harris, MI area since 1853, specifically along the Cedar River. <Read More>