Come see and discuss all the exciting and innovative ways Wabanaki Public Health and Wellness is facilitating and supporting the healing of Wabanaki peoples*
Join us for a site visit with Wabanaki Public Health and Wellness who serves four federally recognized tribes located in five communities: the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians, the Aroostook Band of Micmacs, the Passamaquoddy Tribe at Indian Township, the Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point, and the Penobscot Nation. Services are available to community members living on and off-reservation across the state of Maine.
Wabanaki Public Health & Wellness’ (WPHW) mission is to provide community-driven, culturally centered public health and social services to all Wabanaki communities and people while honoring Wabanaki cultural knowledge, cultivating innovation, and fostering collaboration. Our values include: inclusivity, balance, and cultural centeredness. Wabanaki traditions, language, and culture guide our approach and describe the ways we live in harmony with each other and the land we collectively share.
Maine Women’s Fund is proud to be supporting the matriarchy through our partnership with Wabanaki Public Health.
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