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The abuse of alcohol and/or drugs, and the related effects on the individual, family, community and the Tribe is the major health problem for the Native American.
The American Indian Human Resource Center recognizes alcoholism and drug addiction as being treatable and socially amendable by prevention through a coordinated multidisciplinary and inter-tribal effort. The American Indian Human Resource Center is committed to working with other tribal programs, state, and local agencies to provide a comprehensive range of services to the client and his/her family.
Native American enrolled members, primarily enrolled Winnebago Tribal members and non-native people residing in the Winnebago community. Those under 18 years of age will need parental consent.
Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
All counselors are State of Nebraska Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors. We also have two Provisional Alcohol and Drug Counselors. They are as follows:
Ritchie Olson, LADC, Prog. Coord. Clinical Supervisor
Geniva "Scotty" Doenhoefer, LADC, Substance Abuse Counselor
Bobbi Jo Van Lent, PLADC, Substance Abuse Counselor
Lori Brand, PLADC, Youth Comm. Substance Abuse Counselor
Direct staff extensions dial 402-878-2440 and then their extension number:
X1308 - Ritchie Olson
X1310 - Crystal Snowball
X1311 - Lori Brand
X1312 - Geniva "Scotty" Doenhoefer
X1313 - Bobbi J. Van Lent
X1314 - Christie "Cree" Walker
X1315 - Jillian Kelsey-Berridge
X1259 - Grace Ann Snowball-Earth
Winnebago I.H.S. Hospital - 1st Floor
Winnebago, NE 68071