The Cheyenne and Arapaho Elder Lawn Service Program provides lawn mowers or lawn mowing services to tribal elders, age 65 or older.
Project Category: <span>Elder Services</span>
The goal of the annual Elder’s Conference is to share knowledge, resources, and updates for elders.
Hosted by the RESpECT Program staff and supporting programs, the Elder’s Day Out is a monthly event focusing on recreational, social and culturally related activities.
Our elders provide direction and wisdom for the Cheyenne and Arapaho people. Every day, the values, history and way of life they teach us serve as our guide into the future.
To qualify for Elder Care Program services, an elder must be an enrolled member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes and age 55 or over.
Currently, the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes have approximately 10,000 citizens in urgent need of healthcare services which cannot be met by current IHS staff and building.
The Per Capita Office was established as part of the gaming revenue allocation plan set forth by law for the distribution of money or other items of value to all members of the tribe, or to identified groups of tribal members.
The Cheyenne and Arapaho Prevention Program provides Native American youths age 12 to 24 with the knowledge and skills to avoid or overcome substance and alcohol abuse, as well as the non-medical use of prescription drugs that can result in death by overdose or suicide.