Tribal Affairs Office: Program Administration

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Dose of Reality

The opioid crisis touches every corner of the state, including Wisconsin's tribes. Find materials from the Dose of Reality campaign to address the epidemic in your community. Dose of Reality is a partnership between the state Department of Justice and DHS. Learn more about the DHS response to the opioid crisis. #HopeActLiveWI

Drug Take Back Day, 2018 Find locations to drop off your unused and unwanted medications.

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State, Counties, Tribes Commit to Transformation of Behavioral Health System for Children. Wisconsin's Children's System of Care is designed to help children reach their full potential.


The Tribal Affairs Office works to provide direct funding to tribes for health and family services programs through a consolidated contract from the Department of Health Services. All programs and services are included in one contract that runs for three years and is based on the federal fiscal year, which runs from October 1 through September 30.

Tribes report expenses to the Community Aids Reporting System (CARS). Each month, CARS records expenses that have been reported for each program by tribes and calculates payments.


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Program Information

Last Revised: March 9, 2020