2D.  Oneida Tribe of Indians Tribal Resources


AODA Treatment

Oneida Behavioral Health Services
2640 West Point Road
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-3790
Triage:  (920) 490-3860
Toll Free:  (888) 490-2457

Childcare and Respite Services

Oneida Nation Social Services
Center for Self-Sufficiency
Child Care Services
2640 West Point Road
Green Bay, WI. 54304
Telephone:  (920) 490-3701 or Toll Free:  (888) 490-2457

The Oneida Child Care Services Program is dedicated to protecting children, strengthening families, and providing affordable child care while offering parental choice in selecting a child care provider.  Child care may be available for work, employment search, training and education, teen parents in high school, counseling services, self-help programs and emergencies.
 
Wisconsin Shares Child Care is an income based subsidy program to assist with the cost of child care for low income families residing in Brown or Outagamie Counties in Wisconsin to maintain employment or obtain education.  Families are responsible for a portion of the cost of care. 

Child Care Developmental Fund (C.C.D.F) is an income based subsidy program to assist with the cost of child care for low income, Native American families residing in Brown or Outagamie counties in Wisconsin so they can maintain employment or obtain education.  Families are responsible for a portion of the cost of care and may be asked to apply for Wisconsin Shares prior to being eligible for funding. 

State Family Services/Crisis Respite Child Care is respite care for families experiencing emergency or crisis situations, and time-out child care opportunities for parents/families as an effort to reduce the risk of abuse or neglect.  Services may be limited to referral from a health care professional or mental health counselor.

Child Support

Oneida Nation Child Support Agency
2640 W. Point Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54304
Telephone:  (920) 490-3701 or Toll Free:  (888) 490-2457
Facsimile:  (920) 490-3799

Coordinated Services Team

 

Economic/Financial Support Services

Oneida Center for Self-Sufficiency
Food Distribution Center
P.O. Box 365
Oneida, WI  54155
Telephone:  (920) 869-1542
Facsimile:  (920) 869-1668

The Food Distribution Center is concerned with all the issues that Oneida community members with low income face, including limited education, unemployment and low self-esteem. That is why our goals are more than just supplying food. The Food Distribution Center fights hunger by giving our community people a 'hands up' and not a 'hand out'.

Oneida Center for Self-Sufficiency
Community Services Block Grant
P.O. Box 365
Oneida, WI  54155
Telephone:  (920) 490-3710 or (800) 216-3216
Facsimile:  (920) 490-6803

Emergency Food and Shelter, Community Services Block Grant (C.S.B.G) is a state funded program for households experiencing a temporary loss of income.  Assists with rent and food, and is based on income of the household with verification of loss of employment related income.

Oneida Economic Support Services
2640 West Point Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-3710

The Oneida Economic Support Services Department assists with FoodShare, BadgerCare, Child Care, Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF), Energy and Weatherization Assistance, and General Assistance.

Elderly/Adults with Disabilities

Anna John Resident Centered Care Community (AJRCCC)
2901 S. Overland Rd.
Oneida, WI  54155
Telephone:  (920) 869-2797

AJRCCC is an Oneida Nation nursing home serving the community with services including case management, skilled nursing care, and physical, speech and occupational therapy for long term and rehabilitating patients.

Oneida Tribal Elder Services
2907 S. Overland
Oneida, WI  54155
Telephone:  (920) 869-2448 or Toll Free:  (800) 867-1551

The Elder Services Program consists of many community-based services including congregate meals, home delivered meals, information and referral, loan closet, volunteer services, benefit specialist, senior employment training program, Alzheimer’s support group, outreach, emergency home repairs, home chore, elder abuse referral, respite care, in-home chore worker, advocacy, activities and crafts, special events, fitness center outing, lifeline, senior companions and foster grandparents, and transportation.

Elderly Apartment Complex
The Oneida Elderly Apartment Complex offers independent residential housing for seniors of the Oneida Nation community.

Native American Family Caregiver
The Native American Family Caregiver Program offers a Care-Giver Support Group to address the needs and concerns of care-givers and their loved ones.  Come enjoy some refreshments, support of the Care-Givers and bring your loved one with you and we will provide Respite Care and/or activities for loved ones.

Oneida Nation Commission on Aging (ONCOA)
The ONCOA’s mission is to advocate for all services that place priority on the well-being of Oneida Nation Elders.

Oneida Senior Center Meal Site
134 Riverdale Dr.
Oneida, WI  54155
Telephone:  (920) 869-1551

Family and Domestic Violence Services

Oneida Domestic Abuse Program
Oneida Nation Social Services Building
2640 Westpoint Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-3700 or Toll Free:  (888) 490-2457
Facsimile:  (920) 490-3820

Services offered include individual advocacy/counseling for men, women, and children affected by family violence.  The program includes, but is not limited to, Men’s Alternative Program, Children’s Program, and Coordinated Community Response Team.  Individual advocacy and counseling for men, women, and children along with resources for victims of family violence is provided.

Health Services – Physical, Mental, and Behavioral

Anna John Resident Centered Care Community (AJRCCC)
2901 S. Overland Rd.
Oneida, WI  54155
Telephone:  (920) 869-2797

AJRCCC is an Oneida Nation nursing home serving the community with services including case management, skilled nursing care, and physical, speech and occupational therapy for long term and rehabilitating patients.

Oneida Behavioral Health Services
2640 West Point Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-3790 or Toll Free:  (888) 490-2457
Triage:  (920) 490-3860

Services include alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse, case management, medication management, mental health, psychiatric, psychological and triage services.

Oneida Community Health Center
525 Airport Dr.
Oneida, WI  54155
Get directions
(920) 869-2711

The Oneida Community Health Center was established to provide comprehensive outpatient and inpatient medical services to Indian people living on or near the Oneida Reservation situated in Brown and Outagamie Counties in Wisconsin. Care is provided by a staff of full-time physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses and ancillary health care providers. Appointments are available for diagnosis, treatment, well child care, immunizations, family planning, minor surgical procedures, and preventive care. In addition, several physicians are contracted to provide care in specialized areas. Services are provided in the areas of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Podiatry, Obstetrics, Gynecology, ENT, Urology, Endocrinology, and Asthma and Immunology. Appointments to the specialists are accepted by referral only. Clinic appointments are required; however, patients requiring same day service for acute illness will be screened by the triage nurses and appropriately referred for care.  Oneida community health, medical, dental, diabetics, contract health services, optical and pharmacy are additional services offered.

Housing/Residential

Division of Land Management
Oneida Housing Authority
P.O. Box 68
Oneida, WI  54155
Telephone:  (920) 869-1690 or (920) 869-6184
Facsimile:  (920) 869-1689

Housing resources provided by the Division of Land Management include homes for sale, home loans and veteran’s loans programs, and rental properties.  Must be an enrolled member 21 years of age or older to be eligible for the programs.  Other requirements must be met for eligibility.

Oneida Economic Support Services
2640 West Point Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-3710

TANF Crisis component can assist families who are experiencing a crisis including an eviction, fire, or where a family is homeless or pending homelessness.

Indian Child Welfare

Children and Family Services Department
Oneida Nation Social Services Building
2640 Westpoint Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-3701

Oneida Indian Child Welfare Program
Oneida Nation Social Services Building
2640 Westpoint Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-3700 or Toll Free:  (888) 490-2457
Facsimile:  (920) 490-3820

The Indian Child Welfare Program provides services to families to help prevent the breakup of the Oneida Family.  Workers complete home visits, assessments, referrals to other services, crisis intervention and education around child abuse and neglect.  Workers investigate abuse and neglect reports.

Oneida Juvenile Services
Oneida Nation Social Services Building
2640 Westpoint Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-3700 or Toll Free:  (888) 490-2457

Oneida Juvenile Services provides services to the youth within the Oneida Community through home visits, assessments and referrals to prevent involvement with the county court systems and to assist with youth involved in the court system.

Foster Care Program
Child Placement Coordinator
Telephone:  920 490-3717 or Toll Free:  (888) 490-2457 x3717
Facsimile:  (920) 490-3820

Oneida Nation Foster Care Program is a state licensed, tribal run Child Placing Agency developed to facilitate out of home placements for only Oneida children when no family is available to care for these kids. It was established in response to the Indian Child Welfare Act which was passed in 1978, giving tribes authority in placement and adoption of their own children. The Child Placing Agency began in 1992 under the direction of the Oneida Tribe.

Kinship Care Program
Oneida Nation Social Services Building
2640 Westpoint Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-3700 or Toll Free:  (888 490-2457
Facsimile:  (920) 490-3820

Schools/Education/Employment

Early Head Start
1250 B Packerland Dr.
Green Bay, WI
Telephone:  (920) 490-3942
Facsimile:  (920) 490-3949

Early Head Start provides services for families with children birth through two years.

Head Start
Norbert Hill Center Site
N7210 Seminary Rd.
Oneida, WI
Telephone:  (920) 869-4369
Facsimile:  (920) 869-4066

Head Start
Three Sisters Site
2801 W. Mason St.
Green Bay, WI
Telephone:  (920) 496-5200
Facsimile:  (920) 499-0624

Oneida Head Start includes Preschool Creative Curriculum, Transportation, Health Services  (H1N1 Virus Info.), USDA Approved Meals, Family Fun Events, Family Services,  Before and After Care, Family Literacy, Parenting Education, Oneida Language and Culture and Language & Culture (Parental Guidelines).

In-Home Parenting
Oneida Center for Self-Sufficiency
Oneida Nation Job Center
2640 West Point Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54303

Oneida Nation Community Education Center
2632 South Packerland Dr.
Green Bay, WI  54115
Telephone:  (920) 496-5260
Facsimile:  (920) 496-7879

The staff at the Oneida Nation Community Education Center invites community members and Oneida tribal employees to explore the educational support services and career advancement opportunities available at our innovative center. We are committed to providing quality instructional services in the following areas:  GED/HSED Preparation, Limited High School Credit through PASS Units, Computer Skills Training (specializing in Microsoft Office 2010), Monitored Internet Access, Tutoring elementary, high school and college level students, Career Aptitude and Ability Assessments and Resume Writing.

Oneida Higher Education Office
Norbert Hill Center (North Wing)
N7210 Seminary Rd.
P.O. Box 365
Oneida, WI  54155
Telephone:  (920) 869-4033 or Toll Free:  (800) 236-2214, Ext. 4033
Facsimile:  (920) 869-4039

The Higher Education program of the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin promotes higher education to all enrolled Tribal members with continuing efforts toward lifelong learning by providing guidance, support, and financial assistance to those attending accredited institutions of higher learning.

Oneida Nation Job Center
2640 West Point Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-6800
Facsimile:  (920) 490-6803

Oneida Nation Social Services Building
2640 Westpoint Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-3700 or Toll Free:  (888 490-2457
Facsimile:  (920) 490-3820

The In-Home Parenting Program strengthens families with an educational and cultural-based parenting program.  Home visits, group and individual sessions are included.  A Teen parent Support Group is provided to teens up to 20 years old.

Oneida Parenting Program
Three Parenting Programs are offered:  the Oneida Nation Active Fathers Program, the Oneida Nation Parenting Class, and the Oneida Teen Parent Support Group.

Native Employment Works (N.E.W.)
Oneida Center for Self-Sufficiency
P.O. Box 365
Oneida, WI  54155
Telephone:  (920) 490-3710 or (800) 216-3216
Facsimile:  (920) 490-6803

Oneida Nation School System
N7125 Seminary Rd.
Oneida, WI  54155
Telephone:  (920) 869-1676

The Oneida Nation School System offers a full curriculum that combines regular school programs with traditional Oneida culture.  Our students participate in the "three Rs" along with classes on Oneida language, music, and other traditional elements.  We offer classes from preschool through high school.  You need not be an Oneida member to enroll in our schools; however you do need to show one quarter Native American ancestry.   Funding for our schools come from the Bureau of Indian Education and the Oneida Nation Tribe of Wisconsin. 

TANF Diversion Program
Oneida Economic Support Services
2640 West Point Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-3710

The TANF Diversion Program assists families with employment related services needed to retain or maintain employment.

Transportation Services

Oneida Economic Support Services
2640 West Point Rd.
Green Bay, WI  54313
Telephone:  (920) 490-3710

Through the Wisconsin Medicaid and BadgerCare Plus Non-Emergency Medical Transportation program, Wisconsin Medicaid and BadgerCare Plus members are provided with transportation or mileage reimbursement, lodging, and meals for medical appointments. 

Tribal Court Systems

The Oneida Tribal Judicial System has a new name and location:

Oneida Judiciary
Physical Location:  2630 West Mason Street
Green Bay, WI  54303
 
Mail:  P.O. Box 19
Oneida, WI  54155

Main Telephone:  (920) 496-7200
Facsimile:  (920) 496-7229
Email:  judicial_system@oneidanation.org

Presiding Family Court Judge – The Honorable Robert J. Collins
Clerk of Court – Pixie DeGrand 

Presiding Trial Court Judges:
    The Honorable Denice E. Beans, Chief Judge
    The Honorable Layatalati Hill
    The Honorable John E. Powless, III
Clerk of Court – Kristina Danforth

Presiding Court of Appeals Judges:
    The Honorable Gerald L. Hill, Chief Judge
    The Honorable Sharon House
    The Honorable Jennifer Hill-Kelley
    The Honorable Diane House
    The Honorable Chad Hendricks
Clerk of Court - Vicki Kochan

Court Administration:
Raeann Skenandore, Court Administrator
Jackie Thomas, Administrative Assistant
Norma Brzezinski, Deputy Clerk
Paul Stenzel, Attorney

Judicial subject matter includes employment disputes, tribal enrollment disputes, hunting and fishing disputes, foreclosures and evictions, contracts, workers compensation, garnishments (child support and tribal debts), child support  (i.e. paternity and custody), probate (inheritance), tribal elections, Oneida constitutional issues, disputes between tribal entities and disputes between individuals.

Youth Activities/Prevention Services

Prevention Program / T.R.A.I.L.S
Telephone:  (920) 490-3701

The Oneida Prevention Program will provide quality educational activities aimed at enhancing youth participation, self-esteem, positive life choices and emotional wellbeing as to promote healthy lifestyles and total wellness.

The Prevention Program provides education and awareness to children and youth of the Oneida Community through area schools and other tribal programs. The following is a list of the topics and activities offered by the program:

BABES Program  (Grades K - 1st)  -  Subjects include :  Feelings and self-image, Peer pressure, Coping skills, Drug and alcohol information, and Asking for help/communication skills.

Kids Can Program  (Ages 5 - 6 yrs) - Teaches body rules, good touch/bad touch, feelings and the bodies 5 senses.

Truthought  (Grade 2nd) - A way of learning how we think and develop pro-social, responsible thinking skills.

Protective Behaviors   (Grade 3rd) - This program assists youth to focus on awareness and ownership of feelings.  The goal is to increase self-esteem using communication skills and assertiveness with problem solving.

Danger Zone  (Grade 4th) - Steering clear from drugs is an AODA program that develops an understanding of drug abuse and its various effects.  It connects the drug education with the real world.  It explores the concept of addiction. It also identifies the consequences of unhealthy choices and strategies on how to say NO and Drug Free.

Working It Out At Madison I & II Series  (Grade 7th)- Working It Out At Madison I & II are teen guidance series that provides real life solutions to personal and social conflicts experienced by young people everywhere.

Youth Groups  (Grades K – 12th) - Subjects that are offered are self-esteem, communication and cooperation, drug, alcohol and tobacco awareness, suicide prevention/awareness, anger management, coping skills, conflict resolution, team building, bullying, and friendship.

Proud Choices  (Grades 7th & 8th) - This curriculum teaches relationships, healthy and unhealthy, self-image/self-esteem, STD’s and HIV/AIDS awareness, and birth control.

Certified Babysitting Classes 

Summer Program 

If you would like to contact a Prevention staff person, they can be reached at.

Youth Enrichment Services (Y.E.S.)
Telephone:  (920) 869-4331 or Toll Free:  (800) 236-2214
Facsimile:  (920) 869-4339

Y.E.S. assists in the advancement of the educational, cultural and social development of American Indian youth in the Oneida community and surrounding school districts.

 

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