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Recovery Resource Services

The Chickasaw Nation Recovery Resource Services (RRS) program provides full service substance abuse treatment to Chickasaws and/or other Native Americans who have a Chickasaw spouse and/or Chickasaw dependents and who are participants in the Pontotoc County Drug Court program.

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Recruitment and Retention Program

The Chickasaw Nation Recruitment and Retention Program aids Chickasaw students who attend the University of Oklahoma, University of Central Oklahoma or Oklahoma City Community College....

Online Application Available

Chickasaws At-Large

Rehabilitation Programs

CHIP provides rehabilitation of older Mutual Help homes over and above what maintenance is required of tenants in accordance with the policies and homebuyers’ agreements. It also provides rehabilitation to low rent developments as needed. In addition, CHIP provides grants for repairs of privately owned homes of low income Native Americans and emergency repairs of privately owned homes of Chickasaw citize...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Re-Entry Transitional Employment

The Chickasaw Nation Re-entry Transitional Employment Program provides services to Chickasaw citizens who have legal barriers to employment. Incarcerated citizens are encouraged to apply at least six months before their projected release date. ...

Online Application Available

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Rental Programs - "37" Rental Program

This program provides rental assistance to low income families. The program exercises Native American preference. Required forms are available at the Housing Administration office. A background check on all family members 18 years of age or older is required. An appli...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Rental Programs - "98" Rental Program

This program allows units to be leased in the private sector by low income Native Americans. Required forms are available at the Housing Administration office. A background check on all family members 18 years of age or older is required. An appli...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

School Age Program

The school-age program is provided after school and during spring, summer, fall and Christmas breaks for children four to 12 years of age. This program allows children to experience exciting activities through age-appropriate field trips, park days and special events. Children stay active through arts and crafts, theater productions, storytelling, music and dance, community service projects, scientific exploration and much more. After a...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Road To Work Program

The road to work program provides transportation to and from work. Participants must contact the transportation services office between 10 a.m. and noon to reserve a seat for the following day. ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

School Readiness Curriculum

This program assists families with children ages three to five, who do not live in an area with access to a preschool, or in situations where children are home-schooled. ...


Rosetta Stone ®

Rosetta Stone Chickasaw is available free to Chickasaw citizens and immediate family members worldwide. Forty engaging lessons incorporating video, audio and still images presented in Rosetta Stone’s award-winning language learning software platform. These lessons were developed in conjunction with native Chickasaw speakers. Citizens are able to work through lessons at their own pace and learn conversational Chickasaw phrases that can be incorporated into daily life. To begin Rosetta Stone Chickasaw, citizens can simply follow the...


Senior Centers Program

The senior centers program provides congregate breakfasts, lunches and homebound lunches to qualified Native American elders. The senior centers also provide health monitoring, social activities, cultural classes, speakers, elder wellness programs and group activities. ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Senior Site Art Workshops

The senior site art workshops provide opportunities for arts curricula to Chickasaw Nation Senior Center elders throughout the Chickasaw Nation jurisdiction.  These workshops are held in the division of arts and humanities’ arts classroom.  Completed artworks have the opportunity to be exhibited during the year. ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

School to Work Program

This program provides eligible participants the opportunity to pursue higher educational goals full time while receiving full-time pay/benefits. During the program, participants also fulfill all requirements and responsibilities of their on-the-job training. Participants must actively pursue an educational or vocational degree while employed. Eligible applicants may apply at once an advertisement for vacancies has been posted. On-the-job training provides students with specific type...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Sick Child Care Program

The purpose of the Chickasaw Nation’s sick child care facility is to protect the health, safety and well-being of well and mildly-ill children. The sick child care facility houses children with health issues such as upper-respiratory illnesses, gastrointestinal disorders and other mildly-contagious disorders. Classrooms are categorized by illness, helping to contain the spread of illness by air. The cen...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Small Business Development Center

The Chickasaw Nation Small Business Development Center (CNSBDC) seeks to provide one-to-one business counseling, economic development assistance and training to Chickasaw entrepreneurs. CNSBDC provides prospective and existing Chickasaw small business persons and entities with counseling, training and specialized services concerning the formation, management and operation of small businesse...


Sexual Assault/Rape Services

The Chickasaw Nation Violence Prevention Services assist victims of sexual assault. Services are voluntary and available to Native Americans ages 15 and older who meet eligibility criteria....

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Space Camp

Located at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center at NASA’s Marshall Flight Center, in Huntsville, Alabama, the Space Camp campus boasts the country’s only full rocket and shuttle display. The camp’s educational programs inspire students to pursue careers in the science, technology, engineering and math fields. ...


Southeastern Art Show and Market

In 2005, the Southeastern Art Show and Market (SEASAM) began what is now a time-honored tradition with the first competition, show and market.  12 years later it continues to be committed to providing professional development and networking opportunities for youth, emerging and professional Southeastern and Woodland artists; to foster cultural identity through fine art of contemporary and traditional styles; and to provide a market place where artists may flourish. ...


Special Needs Assistance for Chickasaw Citizens with Disabilities Program

REIMBURSEMENT of up to $500 per year for disability related assistive technology needed or expenses incurred for a Chickasaw Citizen with special needs to participate in extracurricular activities.

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Storm Shelter Program

This program provides storm shelters for privately owned homes of Chickasaw citizens. R...


Last Updated: 06/15/2017