kkʷey (hello), and welcome to the home of the Penobscots "...the oldest continuous government in the world..."
All direct deposits are scheduled for Friday November 15th. All direct deposits for Tribal disbursements are always test twice prior to the money being deposited. In the event an account is not valid or closed, we contact every Tribal Citizen that has a valid phone number. In the event the citizen cannot be reached, the direct deposit would be deactivated and a check would be issued. Please contact the Trust Fund Clerk, Angie Brown, if you have any questions or accurate verification is needed. 207-817-7311
After Care Driver Services Unavailable November 25 29, 2019
We apologize for the inconvenience, but clients requiring this service will need to make other arrangements during this time.
Please let us know if we can be of assistance or if you have questions:
Penobscot Nation Health Department (207) 817 7400
The Penobscot Nation Department of Social Services will be providing assistance to NEEDY Penobscot families, with Christmas. All applications will be classified, if necessary, in case of limited funds. Please, complete the ENTIRE application and return as soon as possible. Incomplete applications will NOT be accepted.
Penobscot Nation Department of Education & Career Services
Small Business 101 Workshop
Want to start your own business? Need a business plan? Not sure how to start…… we can help!
We will be hosting Jim Pineau, Senior Area Manager for the US Small Business Administration (SBA). Jim will discuss SBA’s programs and resource partners. The SBA empowers entrepreneurs and small business owners with the resources and support they need to start, grow or expand their businesses, or recover from a declared disaster.
When: Wednesday, November 20th @ 4:30pm Where: Nicholas Sapiel Building, Conference Room
Everyone is welcome and dinner will be provided!
Please let us know if you plan to attend by Monday the 18th so I can have an accurate count for food- thank you!
If you have any questions, please contact Candi Ewer at (207) 817-7348, Carlene Miller (207) 817-7348 or stop by the Nicholas Sapiel Building, Room 209, 12 Wabanaki Way, Indian Island
ATTENTION ALDER STREAM DEER HUNTERS:
The Penobscot Nation Department of Natural Resources is seeking help in collecting white-tailed deer samples to test for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). CWD has been detected in the Province of Quebec in recent years. Although the Province was quick to respond to the detection of CWD, Alder Stream is the closest Tribal Land to this area. To protect the health of our deer herd we need to make an effort by surveilling for this disease.
Any hunter that harvests a deer in Alder Stream that is 1.5 years or older (buck or doe), the DNR would like to collect the head or a lymph node to test for CWD. If you do not plan to keep the head and you are willing to supply it for testing we ask that you drop the head off at the DNR office on Indian Island soon after harvest or freeze the head at home and we can pick it up from you. If you plan to keep the head for a mount we can collect a lymph node sample that will not damage the mount. Biologist, Ben Simpson, will travel to you in order to collect this sample. If you have a sample for us or if you have any questions please call or email Ben Simpson at:
Office: 659-1267 Cell: 817:7363
CHANGE TO OFF SITE PHARMACY SERVICES
Effective August 1, 2019, Hannaford Pharmacy will no longer bill the Penobscot Nation Health Dept. for patient prescriptions
Patients will need to pay out of pocket for any prescription filled at a Hannaford pharmacy and submit the receipt to PNHD for reimbursement
PNHD is currently contacting other local pharmacies to identify a replacement in the Old Town area
Prescriptions from Miller Drug will still be billed to PNHD on behalf of patients
Received a Bill from Affiliated Labs? Please contact the Health Department!
The Penobscot Nation Health Department is currently experiencing technical difficulties with the system that communicates between our facility and the off-site laboratory.
This malfunction may result in patients receiving bills from Affiliated Laboratory for their lab services.
If you receive a bill for your services, please contact the Health Department at (207) 817-7400 to let us know. We can resolve the bill with Affiliated Laboratory for you.
Penobscot Nation Health Department Is Now Offering Addiction Aftercare Transportation
Addiction treatment can often require aftercare support for continued recovery. In order to help community members in recovery access these vital services, the Health Department will now be provide aftercare transportation for anyone eligible for Indian Health Services. Transportation services will be available 12:30-9:00 pm, Tuesday-Saturday in the Greater Bangor Area. A calendar of local aftercare events will be posted on the Health Department website monthly.
Contact the Health Department (207) 817-7400 or to schedule services please call : (207) 631-0524
The Penobscot Nation Youth Program is looking for donations to help increase and enhance activities and programs for the youth. The youth are the foundation of our future and needs our help and support to create positive opportunities that will only strengthen our community. There are many ways to help: monetary donations, donations of supplies, and a donation of time with the youth. You can invest in many things in life and you may win some and lose some, but when you invest in the youth you win every time. The youth needs your help more than ever and every little bit helps.
Please contact John Neptune at 207-659-3490 or Brittney Fields at 207-217-1906 to let us know how you would like to help. A payroll deduction form has been attached, if that is a way you would like to support the youth of this community.