Health & Human Services


Health & Human Services Mission 

The Health and Human Services Department of the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians will reflect the Mission of the Tribe through comprehensive, service oriented, culturally and community focused approaches.

Health & Human Services Vision

We will be a Tribal Health and Human Services Department of the highest quality that has integrated our Elder’s historical vision of maintaining integrity, spirituality, culture and self-sufficiency through the services we provide to eliminate health and social illness in our Tribal community.


Confidentiality is an essential component of patient care. Patient confidentiality is a conscious effort by the Gun Lake Tribe Health and Human Services staff to keep private all personal information revealed by the patient. To protect confidentiality, medical information is accessible only to those who “need to know” in order to deliver effective care.

Health & Human Services Staff

Kelly Wesaw, Health & Human Services Director
Christine Daugherty, Assistant Health & Human Services Director 
Mari Comer, Executive Assistant
Laura Stark, Community Health Representative
Denise Dowdy, Community Health Representative
Tashia Evans, Medical Assistant
Dave DeDecker, Business Office/PRC Manager
Crystal Sprague, Purchase & Referred Care Clerk
Janina Sprague, Purchase & Referred Care Clerk
Dominique Ambriz, Domestic Violence Coordinator
Leslie Pigeon, Behavioral Health Coordinator
Conrad Church, Youth Prevention Coordinator
Perla Herrara, Patient Registration/Scheduler
Ashley Hudson, Administrative Assistant

Contact Health & Human Services

(269) 397-1760

2880 Mission Dr. 
Shelbyville, MI 49344