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Healthy Lifestyles

Healthy Lifestyles is a residential substance abuse program that serves Native American adults. Based on the disease concept of substance abuse, the program is focused on the holistic approach to care, and also addresses co-occurring disorders. Each individual receives an assessment and an individualized treatment pl...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Health Spending Account (HSA)

The health spending account (HSA) gives tribal citizens control of when and where health care services are obtained. Citizens 65 and older, or permanently disabled on Medicare, are eligible to receive reimbursement for up to $200 of approved health care expenses per month. Required enrollment application may be downloaded or attained by contacting the Duncan office. ...

Chickasaws At-Large

Higher Education Grants, Scholarships and Incentives

Chickasaw citizens pursuing higher education from accredited institutions are eligible to receive various grants and scholarships to assist with the cost of tuition, books and fees. ...

Online Application Available

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Hinoshi’ Chokma’ (Good Paths)

The Chickasaw Nation Hinoshi’ Chokma’, or “Good Paths” Program provides young Chickasaw ages 14 to 21 with assistance in goal setting and life skills. An incentive-based program, Hinoshi’ Chokma,’ rewards participants with incentives as they accomplish a number of set goals. Monthly...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Historic Preservation

The Chickasaw Nation Division of Historic Preservation is responsible for consulting with federal agencies when they take actions that might impact sacred sites and culturally significant historic sites in the homelands states of Oklahoma, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi under the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA)....

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Holba’ Kana’li Film Series

The Holba’ Kana’li Film Series began in 2009 as a way of showcasing Native American and Indigenous film and filmmakers.  Through this program arts and humanities is able to highlight the work of actors, writers and directors to an audience who may not otherwise be exposed to the variety of films shown in the Holba’ Kana’li Film Series.  Independent films and big budget movies covering a variety of genres such as comedy, drama and horror have been shown.  O...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Holisso: The Center for Study of Chickasaw History and Culture

The Holisso Research Center is a clearinghouse for study, scholarship and research of Chickasaws and Southeastern tribes. The center is located on the Chickasaw Cultural Center campus in Sulphur, Okla. For complete information about the center, visit the Holisso Research Center. The Research Center also houses genealogy and photography archives. Items can be dona...

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Home Improvement Grant

This program assists low income citizens outside the Chickasaw Nation or at large with home repairs. The assistance is a grant up to $5,000 paid directly to citizen and contractor for the repair of a citizen’s home.

Chickasaws At-Large

Home Maintenance

This service provides minor home repairs for eligible Chickasaw elders. Required forms are available at the Aging Administration Office, or at any senior nutrition center and can be completed via telephone. An applicant can expect a Chickasaw Nation Division on Aging specialist to make the initial visit to assess the services needed. If approved, the manager will contact the client. ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Homeownership Programs

The Homeowners Program allows for the new construction of homeownership units in accordance with the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act (1996). (NAHASDA) Required forms are available at the above address. A background check on all family members 18 years of age and older is required. An appli...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Horticulture Program

This program provides education that integrates aquaculture, hydroponics and landscaping techniques to educate and train interested youth and adults providing skills that may result in employment. Applicants must apply through human resourc...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Housing Counseling and Loan Services

The housing counseling and loan services program offers a variety of counseling programs dealing with credit, family budgeting, housing maintenance, fire and home safety, early delinquency intervention and pre-purchase and post purchase counseling. In addition, the Chuka Chukmasi home loan program is a secondary market home loan program for the purchase or refinance of a primary residence. The Chuk...

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Human Resources

The Chickasaw Nation Human Resources Department recruits, hires, develops, serves and tracks qualified, skilled employees for the Chickasaw Nation. Chickasaw Nation Industries and Solara Healthcare offer jobs in several locations across the United States. T...

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Ikbi Holisso Camp (Book Creation)

This camp will introduce students to the world of book publishing from concept to writing, illustrating, editing, design and production. The students will be trained and guided through the steps of book creation while they produce a book in digital format.

For more information, contact the Chickasaw Press at (580) 436-7282.

Online Application Available

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Imatahli (Preparing Someone) Education Program

Imatahli assists and monitors Chickasaw students in grades six through 12 in Norman who qualify for Oklahoma’s Promise, grants and other scholarships for college. The coordinator will provide and/or refer participants to services that promote student academic success, life skills and college and career preparedness workshops. ...

Chickasaws At-Large

Internship Program

Focused on educating young Chickasaw leaders in government, community and business relationships, the Chickasaw Nation internship program provides motivated college-aged students with a first-hand view of what it takes to be highly effective ambassadors and real-world problem solvers....

Online Application Available

Both

Inchokma Mobile Medical Unit

The Inchokma (Feel Well, Be Well) Mobile Medical Unit (IMMU) is a unique and convenient clinic providing access to health care throughout the Chickasaw Nation. IMMU is a fully licensed primary care health unit that provides access to health care for children, adults and families.

IMMU rotates its schedule of locations and will provide service for various programs and at a number of events. To request a visit, please call (580) 421-4556.

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Itiapela - Medical Alert Program

The Itiapela medical alert program pays the initial costs and monthly fees for 24-hour medical alert services for qualified Chickasaw elders, 60 years of age or older. Required forms can be completed by contacting the Aging Administration Office. An applicant can expect a Chickasaw Nation Division on Aging specialist to make the initial visit to assess the services needed. If approved, the manager will contact the client. ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Child Welfare Services

Operating through the Chickasaw Nation Department of Family Advocacy, Child Welfare Services is a program that advocates for and protects children who have been removed from their home due to neglect, physical, sexual or emotional abuse. Tribal social workers provide court advocacy and assist in the reunification process.

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Johnson O'Malley Public School Program

Johnson O'Malley (JOM) is a federally-funded program which provides supplemental education programs and activities for Native American students attending public schools. ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Last Updated: 07/27/2016