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.
Programs and Services
A Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program to help low-income households pay for internet service and connected devices.
The Choctaw Nation has options available for funeral assistance.
Provides financial assistance for training along with a comprehensive array of career guidance services, workforce skills development and academic skills enhancement.
An online portal developed to streamline tribal member services.
High-speed internet service options for residents of Hodgen, Page, and Zoe, Oklahoma (LeFlore County).
Striving to improve outcomes for Native American youth aged 14-24 in Battiest, Rattan and Wright City public schools.
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.