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    Departments
    • Administration
    • Aging
    • Chairmans Office
    • Child Support
    • Clinic
    • Community Development
    • Community Resource Center
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    • Eagles Nest
    • Early Childhood Services
    • Education
    • Elections
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    • Enrollment
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    • Gaming Commission
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    • Johnson O'Malley
    • Language and Culture
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    • Lending and Tribal Taxes
    • License and Permits
    • Maehnowesekiyah
    • Maintenance
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    • Probation
    • Property Management and Acquisition
    • Prosecutor
    • Recreation
    • Social Services
    • Transportation
    • Tribal Courts
    • Tribal Jail
    • Tribal Police
    • Tribal School
    • Tribal Utilities
    • Youth Services
Contact

Physical Address:
W2776 Chief Little Wave Rd
Keshena, WI 54135

Mailing Address:
PO Box 910
Keshena, WI 54135

Title: Director

Name: Michael Waupoose

Tel: (715) 799-7099

Fax: (715) 799-7073

Email: mdwaupoose@mitw.org
Youth Services



The Office of Youth Development and Outreach exists to serve the families of the Menominee Community through the prevention of family crisis as well as support families who are experiencing crisis through the use and delivery of culturally appropriate resources which meet the unique needs of families.


As dreamers of the Menominee Community we share a vision of culture with our elders, that preserves and builds strong families and community relationships with all our relatives. Our goals are family reunification and support for our youth by strengthening families. We use their strengths and weaknesses to make them a strong healthy family unit. We help families/youth set goals, create a plan to implement those goals, and accomplish their goals. Develop a partnership with families/youth and Community Resources that best suit their needs. The target population is youth ages 11-17 who want to get involved with the community in a positive manner and first time offenders of under age drinking, citations, curfew violations, parent/child conflicts and truancy family conflicts.