The Hocak Worak is a periodical published twice monthly by the Ho-Chunk Nation.
The Realty Division was created to serve the Ho-Chunk Nation and its members by providing services including but not limited to: acquisition and disposal, mapping, locating, retrieving, storing and maintaining records regarding Ho-Chunk Nation lands.
Locations and information on the services they provide
Education Department Homepage
The Education Division establishes programs to provide financial and supportive services to Ho-Chunk Nation Tribal members in support of their educational goals.
Culture and Community
The Ho-Chunk Nation Financial Literacy Program policies and documents.
Services, direct case management, training, and technical assistance.
Program policies, applications, documentation, and other information.
The Ho-Chunk Nation Scholarship Program, financial aid, and tax filing statement.
Hoocak Ee Cooni Learning Center
A collaboration between the Education and Language Departments.
School Community Relations
The Ho-Chunk Nation’s Pre k-12 educational grant program.
Department of Housing
Find Department of Housing Establishment Act, mission statement and policies of the Department of Housing. *applications for Snow Removal, Elder Roof and Spring Clean-up information.
Heavy Equipment Division
The Heavy Equipment Division assists the Ho-Chunk Nation membership, Department of Housing Divisions, and various Ho-Chunk Nation departments with site development, land clearing, tree removal, and snow plowing requests. *applications for Heavy Equipment Assistance, Paved Driveway Application.
Home Ownership Program
The Home Ownership Division assists HCN Elders, Non-Elders and Veterans with New Home Construction, Existing Home Refinance, and Existing Home Purchase through the HOP and VHOP program.
Rental Management offers an affordable safe housing option to HCN members in several communities in Districts 1-3 and Minneapolis, MN in District 4. *Rental Management Application
The Ho-Chunk Nation Roads Division plans, develops, constructs, and maintains the roads relative to the Ho-Chunk Nation’s residential and enterprise properties.
Department of Labor Homepage
Provides job skills training opportunities for Ho-Chunk members and employees to promote a sustainable workforce.
477 Federal Program
The 477 Program shall provide employment services to enhance tribal member’s job skills to assist then in becoming self-sufficient as well as providing workplace safety programs and resources.
The Elder Community Work Program shall safeguard the interest of the Nation’s most valuable resource: Ho-Chunk elders.
The mission of the Occupational Safety and Health Division is to maintain a healthy and safe work environment through compliance enforcement of current Ho-Chunk Nation Code (HCC) and Federal standards, regulations, and codes.
Tribal Workforce Development
The Tribal Workforce Training & Development Division’s mission is to assist the Nation in recruitment and retention, success planning, training and development programs for tribal members.
Tribal Aging Unit
Ensure all Ho-Chunk Elders daily needs are met related to; Nutrition, Health, Home and Safety
Independent Living Facility
To provide a supportive and quality environment for our Elders.