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Ho-Chunk Village, Inc. with the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska
Ho-Chunk Village, Inc. with the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska is located in a high poverty census tract that is also in the only persistent poverty county in Nebraska. It is a mixed-use project focusing on a live/work community development strategy honored by the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development.
La’i ‘Ōpua 2020 Project
The village of La’i ‘Ōpua’s mixed-use workforce development/community center is an $8 million project supporting rural communities and citizens living in high poverty areas. It will serve as a community gathering space and a workforce development center for certified nursing assistants, licensed practical nurse training and commercial driver’s license training, to name a few.
Development of a New Health Center for the Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians in Watersmeet
The new health center is located in Watersmeet, Mich., an area with a population of 1,472. It offers critical healthcare to surrounding Native Americans, veterans and other rural patients. The center is located in an area that is medically underserved. The center serves citizens in two high poverty areas within close driving distance.