The following events are sponsored by the Red Cliff Community Health Center.
For a complete list of Red Cliff Events and Announcements,
read the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Weekly Newsletter.
COVID-19 Announcements & Notices
Are you concerned you may have the coronavirus?
Do you feel you need medical attention?
If you have a fever or respiratory symptoms, it is VERY important you stay home and
call the Red Cliff Health Center FIRST at 715-779-3707.
If a visit is determined necessary, your call will allow our Care Team time to prepare for your visit.
If you feel you need medical attention after our clinic hours,
call Memorial Medical Center (MMC) Emergency Care (ER)
at 715-685-5500 for instructions.
Closures, Cancellations, Notices and Resources updated as posted by Tribal Administration
Updated: June 17, 2020
Red Cliff Service Closures and Notices
Click on each link for announcement details
Red Cliff Pharmacy Offers Curbside Pickup
Stop the spread of Germs
Virtual Recovery Resources
Resilient Wisconsin: A Guide to Sources for Support During COVID-19
For People Living with Mental Health & Substance Use Concerns
Red Cliff Community Health Center
YouTube COVID-19 Health News & Service Updates
Click on topics listed below for more information
Noojimo’iwewin Center Amenities and Services
Face Coverings in Public-
Pharmacy, Community Closet, and Outreach
Red Cliff FHS & Food Distribution
Health Center Surge Planning
Properly Using Bleach and Hand Sanitizer
Behavioral Health Support Line and Services
April (Iskigamizige-Giizis) Maple Sugar Moon
Ziigwan Festival “Spring Into Motion” Cancelled
Buy Produce with WIC
Monthly First & Third Wednesday: Grief Sharing Circle Meeting Schedule
2020 Cancer Support Group: Join us! 3rd. Thursday of each month 5:00-7:00 pm at the Health Center
Noojimo’iwewin (We Heal) Center Monday Night Sharing Circle
SAMHSA Podcast: A Native Connections Conversation: Collaboration and Partnerships (1/30/2020)
With guest speaker Mark Gokee, Native Connections Project Coordinator (Red Cliff,WI)
Successful programs don’t happen in a vacuum. Managers and directors of grants throughout Indian Country know the most rewarding achievements occur by building collaborations and nurturing partnerships with people and organizations that share a vision for the community.Whether it’s a tribal elder or non-native ally, working together encourages participation and support for your program and its goals.
January Turquoise Tuesday
For information on any of the above events, please contact the coordinator listed on the announcement or call
the Red Cliff Community Health Center at 715-779-3707 (Monday-Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm)