Community Health

The Forest County Potawatomi (FCP) Community Health Department provides public health services and responds to healthcare needs of the FCP Community. Our professional, experienced and friendly staff are located in Crandon, WI. Check out our upcoming health-oriented events and article library.

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Are you a tribal or community member with a talent or skill you would like to share such as…

  • Regalia Making
  • Leather Work
  • Beading
  • Traditional Cooking
  • Storytelling
  • Language
  • Tanning
  • Painting
  • Drum Making
    • Traditional Medicines
    • Talking Circles
    • Traditional Seasonal Harvesting
    • Or Anything Else You Can Share

Forest County Potawatomi
Community Health
Contact Information

Hours:
Monday – Friday | 7am to 5pm
8201 Mish ko swen Drive
Crandon, WI 54520
Phone: 715-478-4355
Fax: 715-478-7322

To report a communicable disease or public health emergency on the FCP reservation after hours, please contact the Forest County Sheriff”s Department Dispatch at 715-478-3331.

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PURPOSE STATEMENT

The purpose of the Forest County Potawatomi Community Health Department is to provide essential public health services and respond to the healthcare needs of the Forest County Potawatomi Community.

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