Beginning in December 2006, the program collaborated with the tribal Farm and Ranch program to provide buffalo meat for tribal elders and diagnosed diabetes with the service area, in an effort to highlight the nutritional and cultural benefits of a traditional diet.
Project Category: <span>Tribal</span>
There are over 200 radio stations operating in Oklahoma. The Oklahoman Almanac 2011-2012 indicated a total of eleven (11) radio stations that operate within the tribal jurisdiction.
Eligibility is determined by household size and the entire household’s income. Amount of assistance provided is based on multiple factors, household size, household income, type of utility, and if applicant an is disabled/or elder.
The Office of Veterans Affairs works to help facilitate and assist individuals and their families in their pursuit to improve the quality of life and their futures.
Working with our social service programs, the social worker provides court advocacy and has the ability to respond and prevent domestic violence and child maltreatment.
The Substance Abuse Program, also referred to as the George Hawkins Memorial Treatment Center, contracts with the Indian Health Service to provide services to any tribally enrolled member eighteen years of age or older who are experiencing issues related to substance use.
The Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes provides 24/7 emergency medical care to all eligible IHS beneficiaries as well as the general public.
Congress established the Special Diabetes Program for Indians (SDPI) in 1997 to address the growing epidemic of diabetes in American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities.
The purpose of the Community Health Representative program is to be an advocate and facilitator for individuals and families to gain access to comprehensive healthcare services for members of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes and other federally recognized tribes within the CHR service area.