Programs and Services

All of the services provided by the Choctaw Nation have been carefully designed to ensure that each member of the tribe can look forward to a bright, prosperous future. The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma is honored to present this extensive list of the programs and services available to the Chahta people.

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Ahni Center

Wrap around services for victims of child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault including forensic interviews, advocacy, medical, therapy and appropriate referrals.

At Risk (CACFP) Program

Provides a shelf-stable, nutritious meal to children who attend one of our many feeding sites in a congregate setting.

Chahta Himmak Pila Pehlichi (CHPP)

Striving to improve outcomes for Native American youth aged 14-24 in Battiest, Rattan and Wright City public schools.

Chahta Himmitoa Aiahli Tohnochi (CHAT)

Seeking to prevent youth delinquency through mitigating mental health and substance abuse conditions by providing behavioral health counseling using techniques that are trauma focused and age appropriate.

Chahta Inchukka

A home-based parenting program that provides child development and parenting support to families with a Native child under the age of one through home-based parenting services.

Child Care

Provides care for children aged 6 weeks to 12 years. Child Care Centers are licensed through the Oklahoma Department of Human Services.

Child Care Assistance

Assists eligible low-income Native American families with financial obligations for childcare.