Tribal Victim Services

Tribal Victim Assistance

Provides comprehensive services to victims of crime. Services include emergency food, clothing, shelter, safety planning, goal planning, counseling, court system advocacy and other victim advocacy services.


  • Must reside within Choctaw Nation service area
  • Hold a Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) from a federally recognized tribe
  • Victims of crime which include, but are not limited to, the following:
    • Elder Abuse
    • Homicide
    • Gang Violence
    • DWI Victims of Crime
    • Other Crimes

How to Apply

For more information on the program please contact the program.

Tribal Victim Assistance
PO Box 88
Hugo, OK 74743

Additional Information

The Tribal Victim Assistance Program provides comprehensive services to Native American victims of crime. The services provided include emergency food, clothing, shelter, safety plans, goal planning, court room advocacy (support), and other emergency services that will restore the victims’ sense of dignity and self-esteem. This program is grant funded by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs and U.S. Department of Justice.