Chahta Inchukka

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.


  • Must be pregnant with a Native American baby or parenting a Native American child under the age of one
  • Must be determined to be in an at-risk situation
  • Reside within the counties of Choctaw, Latimer, LeFlore, McCurtain or Pushmataha.

How to Apply

Please contact the program for application.

Additional Information

The Chahta Inchukka Program provides parents the information, encouragement and support they need to help their children develop during the early years of life. Home visitors utilize the Parents as Teachers curriculum to provide development and parenting information. In addition, assessments such as the Keys to Interactive Parenting, Edinburgh Depression Screening and Ages and Stages Questionnaires are used to monitor growth, development and well-being of the parent and child.

Home Visitors see participants twice a month and provide a monthly Group Connection. The family centered Group Connections combine Parents as Teachers with the Positive Indian Parent Curriculum and provides families with information on child development, resources for family well-being and social networking with peers.


Tribal Services Center - Hugo

Hugo Tribal Services Center
403 Chahta Circle
Hugo, OK 74743