March 28, 2019

Behavioral Health offers suicide prevention training

the Citizen Potawatomi Nation Behavioral Health Department held its first QPR suicide prevention training for Tribal employees. QPR stands for “question, persuade and refer.”
March 26, 2019

Navarre’s Great Lakes regional influence still stands today

A cabin built by South Bend’s first European settler, Pierre Navarre, sits in northern Indian. As a fur trader and American Fur Company agent, Navarre built relationships with the Potawatomi and married Kis-naw-kwe, the daughter of a Potawatomi headman.
March 25, 2019

Peltier descendant brings medical expertise back home

Dr. Patrick Kennedye, member of the Peltier family, recently joined CPN Health Services as a primary care physician. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma Medical School in 2015 with the help of CPN scholarships.
March 22, 2019

Home water quality and conservation

Ensuring future generations have access to safe water supplies requires a few simple rules and everyday actions to help improve the quality of one of life’s essential substances.
March 21, 2019

Pockrus considers life work dressing buffalo skulls more than art

Tribal member John Pockrus spent years learning how to decorate buffalo skulls as well as the importance of every piece chosen to adorn one.
March 20, 2019

CPN Veterans report: March 2019

March 2019 CPN Veterans Organization report.
March 19, 2019

National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day observed in March

American Indian and Alaska Native women are three times more likely to receive an AIDS diagnoses than their Caucasian counterparts.
March 18, 2019

Language update — March 2019

The March 2019 update from the CPN Language Department discusses exciting new projects coming this year.
March 14, 2019

Potawatomi join amicus brief supporting ICWA

Citizen Potawatomi Nation joined a Native American Rights Fund amicus brief in support of the Indian Child Welfare Act.