Indian Child Welfare (ICW) a division of Family Services.
The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) is a federal law that regulates placement of Indian Children.
The Red Cliff Indian Child Welfare program is designed to provide safety for children and to preserve
the cultural identity of Red Cliff children. Any child who is eligible for enrollment falls under the
jurisdiction of the Red Cliff Indian Child Welfare program. Children who may be eligible for enrollment
in another federally recognized tribe who are in need of services will be referred to the tribe in question.
These rights apply to
The ICWA was created in 1978 by the federal government in order to re-establish tribal authority
over the adoption of Native American children. The goal of the act when it passed in 1978 was to
strengthen and preserve Native American families and culture.
Location - 37280 COMMUNITY RD
Phone - (715) 779-3747
Email - Gretchen.Morris@redcliff-nsn.gov