Visit our COVID-19 Information pages for details regarding the coronavirus as it relates to the Chickasaw Nation.

Services

COVID-19 UPDATES

Certain Chickasaw Nation programs, services and offices have been modified to continue to serve while also observing the best possible safety protocols. Visit the COVID-19 INFORMATION page for the latest updates and information. We will continue to provide updates as the situation progresses.

Chickasaw Nation Residents - These services are available only within the Chickasaw Nation's boundaries.

Chickasaws At-Large - These services are available only outside the Chickasaw Nation's boundaries.

All Service Areas (Both) - These services are available both within and outside the Chickasaw Nation's boundaries.

The Chickasaw Nation 2022 summer youth camps and clinic season is designed to offer safe and healthy recreational experiences. A selection of in-person youth day camps and clinics provide responsible distancing and proper safety protocols.

Due to the fluid times we are facing during the pandemic, camps and clinics are subject to change. Please check back frequently for updates on the 2022 camp list. We will follow the most up-to-date CDC guidelines to ensure each camp and clinic remains safe for both students and staff. Hand sanitizer, face masks, alcohol wipes and responsible distancing markings will be on-site. We look forward to this season and hope to be back with all camps, clinics and academies in 2023!

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Service About Service Area
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. ...

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 ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Hofanti Chokma

Hofanti Chokma (“to grow well”) collaborates with child-serving programs, communities and families to help children thrive through a number of activities including workshops, parenting groups and more. ...

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. ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Holisso Research Center

The Holisso Research Center is a clearinghouse for study, scholarship and research of Chickasaws and Southeastern tribes. ...

Both

Home Improvement Grant

This program assists low-income citizens outside the Chickasaw Nation or at-large with home repairs. ...

Chickasaws At-Large

Home Maintenance

This service provides minor home repairs for eligible Chickasaw elders. ...

Online Application Available

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Homeland Affairs

Chickasaw Nation Homeland Affairs is dedicated to preserving and sharing Chickasaw history and culture in our historic Homeland. ...

Both

Homeowners Program

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) ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Housing Counseling Services

A variety of resources are available to support homeownership. ...

Both

Hunting Program

The Chickasaw Nation Hunting Program provides eligible Chickasaw citizens an opportunity to hunt on approved Chickasaw Nation properties at no cost. ...

Online Application Available

Both

Imaging Services

Medical imaging uses various techniques and processes to create images of internal structures hidden by skin and bone inside the human body as well as provide visual representation of the function of organs and tissues....

Both

Imanoli Creative Writers Conference

The Chickasaw Nation Arts & Humanities Division hosts the Imanoli writers’ conference annually in August at the Chickasaw Nation Business and Conference Center on East Central University’s campus in Ada, Oklahoma. ...

Both

Impa'chi (Let's Eat!)

Working diligently to provide nutritious, delicious meals to children ages 1 through 18, the Chickasaw Nation Impa’chi (let’s eat!) ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Inchokma Mobile Medical Unit

Join us on the road to better health! The Inchokma “Feel Well, Be Well” mobile medical unit (IMU) offers tailored preventative health care services, empowering community members to live happier and healthier lives by providing one-on-one care and wellness consultations outside of clinical settings. ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Instrumental Music

The Chickasaw Nation Instrumental Music Program offers quality, professional-level instruction from guitar to percussion.

Both

Intensive Care Unit

The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is comprised of a multidisciplinary care structure that ensures the highest level of care and attention. ...

Both

Internship Program

College-aged Chickasaw students can learn how to become effective ambassadors and real-world problem solvers through this career preparation program....

Both

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....

Online Application Available

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Junior Native Explorers

Junior Native Explorers is an innovative, hands-on, professional mentor-led education program designed to recruit, train and educate young people in the areas of earth science, natural science, biomedical science and medicine. ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents