Health Services

Mina Mskiki Gumik Health Services


1260 Ajijaak Ave., Petoskey, MI  49770


Mission Statement

“We hereby commit to provide the most highly qualified personnel and services. To ensure a holistic approach for all Anishnabe by respecting and intertwining both modern and traditional healing”.
The LTBB Health Department is open and operating using paper medical records and manual processes.


The LTBB pharmacy is fully operational at this time. Our dental clinic does not have access to xray, so services are limited. If you have a scheduled appointment, please call ahead to confirm availability of your provider. Our managed care team is making approvals for care on a case by case basis until our systems are restored. Please use the following contact numbers for our programs:


LTBB CLINIC: (231) 242-1703
LTBB PRC: (231) 242-1607
LTBB DENTAL: (231) 242-1740
LTBB PHARMACY: (231) 242-1750


Our staff is committed to delivering high quality care and providing access to care in the community through Purchased/Referred Care, if needed. We are here to serve our community, call if you need assistance! Miigwetch for your patience.

Organizational Structure
The Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians Health Services consists of seven departments; Health Administration, Health Clinic, Dental Clinic, Behavioral Health, Community Health, Purchased Referred Care and Pharmacy.  Each department has a Manager who is overseen by the Health Director.  Each Department has their own function but all work together to provide quality health care to our Native American Community.

Our Activities
The LTBB Health Department takes part in a wide variety of activities every year. Each activity we take part in promotes health and wellness. Some of the activities and events we hold or take part in include:

Annual LTBB Gooni-Gnebig (Snowsnake) Games
Annual LTBB Homecoming Powwow
Annual LTBB Health Fair
Annual Mnozhiyaa Labor Day Bear River Bridge Walk
Annual LTBB Traditional Powwow
Car seat Safety Checks
Certified Personal Training Services
Diabetic Foot Clinics
Dietitian Services
Elders Exercise Program
First aid and CPR classes
Flu Vaccination Clinics
Food Prepping Workshops
Food Preservation Workshops
Home Grown Project

Homecoming Powwow 5K Run/ 1-mile Walk
Laugh Learn and Live Well Classes
Massage Therapy
Michigan Indian Family Olympics
Native Way Gym and Exercise Classes
Odaawegamigonhs Market
Running and Walking Clubs
Self Defense Classes
SPRING Grant “Parents Who Host” yard sign campaign
Traditional Healer Services
Tribe 2 Tribe Challenge
Nish Fish
Year End Celebration
Sobriety Feast

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