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The Departments Overall Goal

Protect the best interests of tribal children and families by assuring their safety and reducing risk of harm, while promoting the vision, mission and core values of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan through services That strengthens and support families.

Mission Statement

Anishnaabeg Child and Family Services of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan is the primary agent delegated by and through the Tribal Children’s Code, Title II, to provide social services including protective services to tribal children. 

With well-being and safety as its first concern, the Department’s Mission is:

“Promote the safety and well-being of tribal children, youth, elders and vulnerable adults and their families, with services that are competent, embracing the highest of ethical principles and, that strengthens and support families;  Services guided by the Tribal community’s values of;

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Indian Child Welfare Committee Vacancy
Published: 4/29/2022 4:03:00 PM - Anishnaabeg Child and Family Services

Today is the last day to submit letters of interest (April 29, 2022). Please see attached for more information. We currently have 2 vacancies
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Indian Child Welfare Committe Vacancy
Published: 3/15/2022 10:49:00 AM - Anishnaabeg Child and Family Services

There is currently 1 Vacancy on the ICWC Board. Letters of interest must be submitted to: Anishnaabeg Child & Family Services by April 29, 2022.
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Lunch & Learn - Cyber Security Protection
Published: 10/18/2021 2:59:00 PM - Anishnaabeg Child and Family Services

Please come join us on Monday October 25, 2021 for some valuable learning on cyber security protection. There will be a delicious lunch provided
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