The United States Department of the Treasury runs the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund. Here you will be able to find more information about who they are, what they do, the impact they make, and much more.
This is the website for the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. It has a wealth of information on buying a home, avoiding foreclosure, rental assistance and tons more.
Here is the website for the First Nations Oweesta Corporation. Oweesta helps build strong Native institutions and programs through professional services designed to build local capacity and provide powerful tools for Native community development.
The First Nations Development Institute website contains information and resources to help Native peoples ensure the sustainable, economic, spiritual and cultural well-being of their communities.
This is the website for the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. It has an abundance of tax related information, including forms, online services, important dates and more.
The Opportunity Finance Network is the leading network of private financial intermediaries that lend to unconventional markets often overlooked by conventional financial institutions.
This is the home page for the Northwoods United Way serving the Forest, Oneida and Vilas Counties. They provide human service programs, and preventative activities to the local community.
Chippewa Valley Bank is a local community bank serving the Lac Du Flambeau area as well as other locations in the surrounding area.
This is the Wisconsin Department of Revenue website, containing state tax related information, forms, online services and more.
Our Native Circle is a resource center containing current news, events, resources and more focused around community development.
This is the website for the USDA Rural Development. They fund financial products support public services and and facilities. You can learn more about how they help communities at their website.
The National American Indian Housing Council represents the housing interests of Native people who reside in Indian communities. They provide information on training, technical assistance and additional resources.
The Credit Builders Alliance website provides innovative solutions to help non-traditional financial and asset building institutions, serving low and moderate income individuals, build client credit and financial access in order to grow their businesses and/or personal assets.
The National Financial Education Center website contains information regarding financial education, and additional resources on building a better financial future.
The Wisconsin Saves website has a wealth of information on how to create emergency savings, retirement accounts, home/car purchases and debt reduction. Check there for a lot of saver resources and strategies.
This is the Lac Du Flambeau Chamber of Commerce page. Here you'll find information on the history of Lac Du Flambeau as well as local businesses, attractions, services and more.
The Lac Du Flambeau Tribe page has the current news, business, departments, and government information all within a click.
The Great Lakes Inter – Tribal Council supports member tribes in expanding self-determination efforts by providing services and assistance with health care, education, and employment services.
The George W. Brown Jr. Museum offers exhibits of Ojibwe history and culture. More information about their services and location can be found on the site.
Northwoods NiiJii Enterprise Community, Inc. is a partnership between the Lac Du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin and the Sokaogon Chippewa Community of Mole Lake, together with eight municipal partners in northern Wisconsin. They help support Native entrepreneurs, improve educational opportunities, assist with meeting basic needs such as water and housing, and work to preserve Native culture.
The Chippewa Housing Authority is responsible for the assessment, planning and development of programs to meet the housing needs of low and moderate income residents of Chippewa County. You will be able to find contact information as well as how to information on applying for permits and various licenses.
The Lac Du Flambeau Planning and Development Department coordinates, develops, and networks the resources, services, and expertise necessary to achieve the goals of the Lac Du Flambeau Tribe. They assist the local community with planning, grant writing and research, business counseling, tourism development, and much more.
The Lac Du Flambeau Economic Support department administers state and federal assistance to individuals and families that meet the eligibility requirements. Their contact information is listed as well.
The Lac Du Flambeau Family Resource Center provides a wide range of services and programs to the Lac Du Flambeau Community to ensure the support and preservation of family life and well being on the reservation.
The Lac Du Flambeau Land Management department provides a wide array of real estate services to the Tribe and its members. It also assists with general responsibility information for Tribal and Allotted lands within the boundaries of the Lac Du Flambeau Reservation.