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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At Risk (CACFP) Program

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

Behavioral Health

Providing a variety of mental health services for adults, adolescents, and children.

Benefit Coordination

Provides one-on-one help with a variety of insurance plans and other federal programs.

CDC National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP)

A lifestyle change program to help participants prevent type 2 diabetes.

Celebrating Families

A holistic approach to assist the family unit struggling with addiction, targeting different age groups in individual classes following a family meal provided.

Chi Hullo Li

A residential treatment facility in Talihina that offers a long-term, comprehensive and culturally sensitive program for Native American women with or without children.

Choctaw Referred Care (CRC)

When care may be required for treatment at a non-Indian facility, the care, when authorized, is paid through this program.