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Executive Branch

Office of The GovernorPhone: 405-422-7734Fax: 405-422-8224Contact Department
Communications405-422-7928
Governmental Affairs405-422-7929
Office of The Lieutenant Governor405-422-7607
Office of Tribal Attorney405-422-7618
Outreach405-422-7525
Election CommissionContact Department
Executive Office405-422-7734Contact Department

Department of Administration

Teresa Dorsett, Executive DirectorPhone: 405-422-7551Fax: 405-422-8227Contact Department
Communications/IT 405-422-7744Fax: 405-422-8203
Elder Care Program
405-422-7411
Fax: 405-422-8230
Elderly Nutrition & Caregivers Program
580-331-2311
Fax: 405-422-8205
Emergency Management Program
405-422-7547
Environmental Protection Agency(Tribal)
405-422-7410
H.O.P.E Program405-422-7580
Fax: 405-422-8246
Office of Records Management
405-422-7709
Fax: 405-422-8234
Operations & Maintenance
405-422-7546
Fax: 405-422-8231
Personnel Department
405-422-7498
Fax: 405-422-8222
PIO/Tribal Newspaper
405-422-7446
Fax: 405-422-6051
Planning & Development
405-422-7620
Procurement, Grants, & Contracts405-422-7401
Fax: 405-422-8221
Property & Supply
405-422-7534
Fax: 405-422-8272
Public Information405-422-7446Fax: 405-422-8227
Tribal Security
405-422-7516
Fax: 405-422-8232

Department of Social Services

Winona Youngbird, Executive DirectorPhone: 405-422-7453Fax: 405-422-7405
Contact Department
Adult Protective Services (APS)405-422-7400Fax: 405-422-8218
Domestic Violence 405-295-1525

Emergency: 405-620-6395

Crisis: 405-538-5590
Fax: 405-295-1895
Emergency Youth Shelter
405-422-7648
Fax: 405-422-8285
Family Violence Program405-422-7476Fax: 405-422-8218
Food Distribution
405-276-6049
Fax: 405-422-8261
Foster Care Worker405-422-7654
Foster Care Program405-422-7654
General Assistance – Social Services405-422-7476 Fax: 405-422-8218
Indian Child Welfare
405-422-7495
Fax: 405-422-8249
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)405-422-7476Fax: 405-422-8218
Social Services405-422-7923
Fax: 405-422-8218
Tribal Family Advocate & Prevention Social Worker405-422-7400Fax: 405-422-7592

Department of Treasury

Easton Yellowfish, TreasurerPhone: 405-422-7501Fax: 405-422-8288
Contact Department
Per Capita Office
405-422-7725
Fax: 405-422-8239
Motor Vehicle Division405-422-7488
Fax: 405-422-8236

Department of Justice

Attorney GeneralPhone: 405-422-7855Fax: 405-422-8220
Contact Department
Legal Aid Services
405-422-7663

Department of Housing

Damon Dunbar, Executive DirectorPhone: 580-331-2400Fax: 405-422-8271Contact Department
Down Payment Assistance Program580-331-2409
Independent Living Center
580-331-2455
Fax: 405-422-8279

Department of Education

Carrie Whitlow, Executive DirectorPhone: 405-422-7611Fax: 405-422-8215Contact Department
Education Resources
405-422-7638
CA Television Station
405-422-7629
Child Care Development
405-422-7698
Fax: 405-422-8217
Head Start Program
405-422-7635
Fax: 405-422-8216
Higher Education
405-422-7646
Fax: 405-422-8211
Johnson O’Malley Program (JOM)
405-422-7658
Fax: 405-422-8212
Language & Culture Program
Language Phone: 405-422-7425
Culture Phone: 405-422-7704
Language Fax: 405-422-8219
Culture Fax: 405-422-7447
RESpECT
405-422-7572
Fax: 405-422-8264
School Clothing Program
405-422-7445
State-Tribal Education Partnerships (STEP) Program
405-422-7651
TEDNA-NYCP405-422-7493Contact Department

Department of Enrollment

Breanna Faris, Executive Director  Contact Department
Burial405-422-7601Fax: 405-422-8238
Enrollment
405-422-7600
Fax: 405-422-8238

Department of Health

Charlene Wassana, Executive DirectorPhone: 405-422-7656
Fax: 405-422-8299Contact Department
Community Health Representatives (CHR)
405-422-7672
Fax: 405-422-8241
Diabetes Wellness
405-422-7723
Fax: 405-422-8262
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
580-323-7087
Fax: 580-323-0373
Health Education
405-422-7676
Fax: 405-422-8240
Substance Abuse Program
580-331-2370
Fax: 405-422-8282

Judicial BranchPhone: 405-422-7450
Fax: 405-422-8259Contact Department
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Law Enforcement
405-262-4814
Court AdministratorPhone: 405-422-7760
Court Clerk405-422-7922courtclerks@cheyenneandarapaho-nsn.gov
Legal Aid Services405-422-7450
Modoc Tribe Child
Support Service
405-262-1119405-262-1125
Oklahoman Indian Legal Services405-943-6457405-917-7060
Probation Officer405-422-7456
Public Defender's Officepublicdefenderoffice@cheyenneandarapaho-nsn.gov
SORNA405-422-7456

Legislative Branch

DepartmentPhoneFaxContact Department
Arapaho District 1
405-422-7447
Arapaho District 2 - Speaker of the 8th Legislature
405-422-7440
Arapaho District 3
Concho Phone: 405-422-7597
Clinton Phone:
Arapaho District 4
Concho Phone: 405-422-7916
Clinton Phone:
Cheyenne District 1
405-405-7755
Fax: 405-422-8228
Cheyenne District 2
405-422-7480
Cheyenne District 3
405-422-7588
Cheyenne District 4
405-422-7610
Fax: 405-422-8206

Tribal Council Branch

Michelle Bigfoot, TC CoordinatorPhoneFaxContact Department
Tribal Council
405-422-7430
Fax: 405-422-8237

Boards and Commissions

DepartmentPhoneFaxContact Department
Election Commission
405-422-7619
Gaming Commission
405-422-7752
Fax: 405-422-8251
Health Board
405-422-7695
Judicial Commission
Tax Commission405-422-7488Fax: 405-422-8236

Department of Labor

Erwin Pahmahmie Jr., Executive DirectorPhone: 405-422-7660Fax: 405-422-8297 Contact Department
Adult Education405-422-7918
Employment and Training Administration405-422-7494Fax: 405-422-8243
Office of Veterans Affairs405-422-7622Fax: 405-422-8207
Vocational Rehabilitation Program
Concho Office: 405-422-7617
Clinton Office: 580-331-2320
Watonga Office:
Concho Fax: 405-422-8213

Watonga Fax: 580-623-7314

Department of Transportation

Angela Blind, Executive DirectorPhone: 405-295-6504Fax: 405-422-8265Contact Department
Tribal Transportation Program405-422-7432
Transportation Improvement Planning Program405-295-6504
Transportation Safety Program405-295-6504
Roads Construction/Maintenance Program405-422-7432
Tribal Transit Program580-331-2600

Department of Business

Nathan Hart, Executive DirectorPhone: 405-422-7457 Fax: 405-422-8258Contact Department
Agriculture Program
Buffalo Program
Construction Program
Farm & Ranch Program405-626-8483
Fire Management
Telecommunications

Tribal Enrollment

 
Department of Enrollment Phone: 405-422-7600 Fax: 405-422-8238 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Enrollment Department provides the following services:

– Enrollment application processing for tribal membership with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes

– Issue Tribal Identification Cards

– Paper CDIBs (Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood)

– CDIB II (descendancy letters)

– Issue employee badges

– Change of Address Forms for tribal members

– BIA-4432 Forms (Verification of Indian Preference for Employment )

– Free Notary Service

Membership Requirements

As stated in the current Constitution of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, Article IV – Membership:

Section 1. Requirements. The Membership of the Tribes shall consist of the following person:

      1. All persons who names appear on the tribal membership roll prepared pursuant to the Act of October 31, 1967; provided that corrections may be made to the roll at any time, subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior.
      2. Each person of ¼, or more, a degree of blood of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, born after October 31, 1967, but prior to the effective date of the constitution and bylaws adopted in 1975, both of whose parents are members of the tribe.
      3. Each person of ¼, or more, a degree of blood of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, born after October 31, 1967, but prior to the effective date of the constitution and bylaws adopted in 1975, if such is admitted to membership by a majority vote of the Legislature certifying compliance with this section.
      4. Each person of ¼, or more, a degree of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, born to a member of the tribes after the effective date of the constitution and bylaws adopted in 1975.

    The Department of Enrollment shall keep the Membership Roll current by adding births and deleting deaths.

    Section 2. Other Tribes. Persons who possess blood of another Indian tribe shall not be enrolled if they have shared in any land or money by virtue of having been enrolled as a member of the other tribe.

    Section 3. Blood Degree. For purposes of determining degree of Cheyenne-Arapaho Indian blood possessed by applicants for membership, the degree of Cheyenne-Arapaho Indian blood shown on October 31, 1967, roll shall govern, Corrections may be made in degree of Cheyenne-Arapaho Indian blood shown on the roll if a request, in writing, is received from the enrollee or one of his descendants, and approved by the Secretary of the Interior. The burden of proof in establishing a degree of Indian blood other than that shown on the roll is on the party making the request.

    Section 4. Future Membership. The tribal council shall have the power to enact resolutions and/or ordinances, subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, governing future membership and the adoption of new members.

    The process of Enrollment Membership Applications

    Enrollment membership applications with all required documentation attached are processed in the order they are received. Each application goes through an extensive research process to ensure that each applicant’s blood quantum is calculated correctly. Because of the extensive research required for each application, the time required to process and complete an application will vary.

    Once the research process is completed, it will be reviewed by the Enrollment Committee at the end of each quarter.

    1st Quarter: January, February, March

    2nd Quarter: April, May, June

    3rd Quarter: July, August, September

    4th Quarter: October, November, December

    The Enrollment Committee will render the final decision for membership with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes based on a review of all applications, supporting documentation, and research.

    Genealogy Research

    The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Department of Enrollment does not process genealogy requests or offer genealogy services to the public. However, there are innumerable resources available for researching and tracing your genealogy or completing your family tree.

    https://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/free-us-Indian-census-rolls.htm

    http://www.okhistory.org/research/genealogy

    https://www.findagrave.com/

    To begin your own genealogical research, find all the information you can about your parents, grandparents, and more distant ancestors and write that information down. The most important information is vital statistics, including ancestral names, dates of birth, marriages (or divorces) and death, as well as the places where ancestors were born, lived, married, and died. During your research, the goal, especially for tribal membership purposes, is to establish and document the relationships of your Indian ancestors and to identify the Indian tribe with which their ancestor may have been affiliated.

    The Bureau of Indian Affairs does not keep individual Indian records on file nor do they maintain a national registry. If you are adopted, the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribe can not assist in your pursuit by opening sealed adoption papers. For additional assistance, you will need to obtain legal advice from a lawyer that deals with this area of the law. 

    After you have completed your genealogical research, documented your ancestry, and determined the tribe with which your ancestor was affiliated, you are ready to contact the tribe directly to obtain the criteria for membership.

    Tribal Identification Cards

    The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes issue tribal identification cards to enrolled Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Members aged 16 and older. Tribal identification cards show proof that an individual is enrolled with a federally recognized Indian tribe, band, nation, pueblo, village, or community. Minors are required to have the legal guardian(s) or parent(s) that is(are) listed in our database with them at the time they apply for their tribal identification card.

    The first issued tribal identification card is free. Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal members must bring proof of identity for their first tribal identification card. Members may bring in one of the following forms of identification for proof of identity.

    -Non-expired driver’s license with photo

    -Non-expired state identification card with photo

    If the tribal member does not have a photo ID, they may bring both the ORIGINAL birth certificate and ORIGINAL social security card together for proof of identity. Copies of either document are not acceptable.

    Should your tribal identification card become lost, stolen, or damaged, a replacement card will cost $10.00.

    Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Members who live out of state will need to mail in the following items for a tribal identification card.

    COLOR photocopy of a non-expired driver’s license or state identification card with photo

    – A signed and notarized statement requesting a tribal identification card and mailing address for the card

    – $10.00 MONEY ORDER

    – A sheet of paper with your signature written four (4) times. (leave space between each signature)

    – A sheet of paper listing your height, weight, natural hair color, natural eye color and the last four numbers of your social security number.

    Mail all the above-mentioned items to Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes
    Department of Enrollment
    PO Box 134
    Concho, OK 73022

    Once all the above-mentioned items have been received, the Enrollment Department will import all of the information onto a tribal identification card and mail the card to the enrolled Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Member.

    Note: Tribal members cannot pick up tribal identification cards for anyone else but themselves.

Tribal Programs
Administration
Business Development
Enrollment
Education
Health
Housing
Labor
Social Services
Transportation
Treasury
Administration
Communications/IT
Elder Care
Elderly Nutrition Program
Emergency Management Program
Hope Program
Operations & Maintenance
Personnel
Planning & Development
Procurement, Grants, & Contracts
Public Information & Tribal Tribune
Records Management
RESpECT Program
Security
Communications/IT

Communications/IT

 
Communications/IT Phone: 405-422-7744 Fax: 405-422-8203 Contact Department

Communications/Information Technology

The goal of the Information Technology Department is to provide the highest quality technology-based services to every office and service of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes. Through reliable and secure network infrastructure, unequalled customer support, and innovation, we work to provide economical, efficient, secure, and flexible information technology products and services.

To meet this mission, we focus on the following areas:

• Keep on top of current and future technology to ensure our programs always have the appropriate tools available to perform their work

• Constant communication with our Tribes employees to improve our services

• Development of a professional staff that exemplifies leadership qualities

• Leadership for strategic and tactical planning in the use of technology

• Manage the storage, security, and integrity of electronic data while insuring appropriate access

• Provide and maintain a robust, reliable, and secure technology infrastructure

• Ensure fast and reliable access to all information systems

Elder Care

Elder Care

 
Elder Care Program Concho Office: 405-422-7411 Clinton Office: 580-331-2317 Concho Fax: 405-422-8230 Clinton Fax: 580-331-2317 Contact Department

Our elders provide direction and wisdom for the Cheyenne and Arapaho people. Every day, the values, history, and way of life they teach us to serve as our guide into the future. As they continue to be the backbone of our Tsistsistas and Hinono’ei communities, the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal government provides a wide range of services to honor and show appreciation to our elders.

The Elder Services Program serves to share knowledge, resources, and updates for Cheyenne and Arapaho elders. If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact the Elder Services office nearest you listed under each program.

To qualify for Elder Care Program services, the elder must be an enrolled member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes and 55 years old and over. Elder qualifies upon 55th birthday. The Elder Care Program provides the following services.

 

For the storm shelter application, click here 2019 Storm Shelter.

Elder Care  
90 Day Application
Affidavit Form
Yearly Application/Change of Address
Elder Care Brochure
Month To Month Verification
Resident Verification
Vendor Check Agreement

Elderly Nutrition Program

Elderly Nutrition Program

 
Elderly Nutrition & Caregivers Program Phone: 580-331-2311 Fax: (405) 422-8205 Contact Department

The goal of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Elderly Nutrition Program is to ensure that every tribal elder is able to receive a hot, nutritious meal, in our facility or delivered to their home. The program currently serves Tuesdays through Fridays from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m., and includes meals delivered to homebound participants as well as meals served in our facility. In addition, anyone is welcome to have lunch and enjoy fellowship during our regular serving hours, however, those who are not a tribal member, 55 years of age, are asked to pay $5.00 per meal.

Eligibility

Homebound participants are required to complete an application, containing a physician’s note stating the patient needs assistance with at least two ADLs (activities of daily living). This paperwork is required to be updated every six months. The Regional Food Bank also distributes snack bags to homebound elders, age 65 and over.

Services Provided

 
Emergency Management Program

Emergency Management Program

 
Emergency Management Program Phone: 405-422-7547 Contact Department

Program Mission Statement

The responsibility of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Emergency Management Program is to respond to emergency incidents, either natural or man-made, that occur within our tribal jurisdiction.  Through planning, preparation, mitigation, action, and follow-up, our top priority is the protection of both life and property in the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal communities, while enhancing the resilience of our tribal members.

Through training and education, our goal is to ensure that not only is our department ready for emergencies, but that our tribal community is also prepared to make decisions and react to any emergency, anywhere, at any time. To further this goal, we focus on the following areas of FEMA’s Emergency Operations Plan:

Philosophy and/or Summation of Program

Mitigation: By analyzing risk, reducing risk, and ensuring against risk, we encourage citizens to take action before an incident occurs to lessen the potential for loss of life or property. Preparation for an emergency before it occurs increases the odds of a favorable outcome when facing any type of disaster or emergency situation.

Preparedness: Preparing before, during, and after an emergency or natural disaster is another method to ensure the safety of you and your family and limit the loss of property. This preparation includes keeping our community centers on standby, tornado sirens in place, stockpiling water and food, keeping automated external defibrillator (AED) machines readily available, and running fire and tornado drills. In addition, a separate Emergency Operations Plan is in place for any type of possible disaster (power outages, wildfire/building fire, active shooter, tornadoes, bomb threat, and personal medical emergencies, etc.).

Response: The Cheyenne and Arapaho Emergency Management team is trained to take action during an emergency to prevent loss of lives as well as further damages to property.  These actions can include (but are not limited to) helping citizens take shelter during a tornado, evacuating a building during a fire, and contacting the proper authority to help resolve any number of potentially violent, man-made emergencies such as an active shooter or bomb threat.

Recovery: As the process of recovery is equal in importance to the response, part of our focus is to take action that will quickly return to a normal, or even safer, environment immediately following an emergency. This actions can include (but are not limited to) seeking funding to cover the costs of lost property, organizing clean-ups of debris caused by high winds, tornadoes, or any type of explosion, and revising current Emergency Operations Plans to include information learned from the current situation.

Hope Program

Hope Program

 
H.O.P.E. Program Phone: 405-422-7580 Fax: 405-422-8246 Contact Department

 

This HOPE program is designed to provide low-income tribal members with supplemental assistance during genuine crisis situations, while also increasing the understanding and significance of self-sufficiency in daily living. Financial assistance for food, rent, temporary shelter/lodging, transportation, and utility payments is available to eligible tribal members.


Operations & Maintenance

Operations & Maintenance

 
Operations & Maintenance Phone: 405-422-7546 Fax: 405-422-8231 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Operations & Maintenance program is responsible for the general upkeep of tribally-owned buildings and grounds. Focusing on professional and efficient service to ensure building safety, comfort, and minimal disruption, our goal is to not only maintain tribal assets but to continually improve the buildings and grounds that we oversee.

The O&M program’s primary function is to provide janitorial, maintenance, and groundskeeping services for all tribally-owned buildings. These services include cleaning, changing light bulbs, plumbing, heating, and air repairs, snow and ice removal, mowing, weed eating, tree or limb removal, light carpentry, hauling and assembling furniture, remodeling offices, and more. In addition, O&M employees are also available to assist other programs with special projects.

The Operations & Maintenance program serves and maintains tribally-owned facilities and grounds in Concho, Canton, Clinton, Watonga, Hammon, Seiling, and Geary. Operations & Maintenance also oversees the operation of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Water Treatment Plant.

Personnel

Personnel

 
Personnel Department Phone: 405-422-7498 Fax: 405-422-8222 Contact Department

MISSION STATEMENT

It is the mission of the human resources department to develop, implement, and support programs and processes that add value to the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes and its employees, leading to improved employee welfare, empowerment, growth, and retention, with commitment to the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, its employees and prosperity for tribal members.

Employee Focus

We will anticipate, understand, and respond in a timely and effective manner to the needs of the staff and employees. We welcome feedback and rely on this to help identify improvements in our processes.

Respect

We will exercise patience and sensitivity in dealing with concerns and problems of others. We will be open-minded, forthright, and fair in our interactions with the staff, employees, and one another. We will always respect the confidentiality entrusted to us.

Communication

Effective communication is the foundation of our personal and business relationships. We actively seek to understand the perspectives of others by listening with an open mind and communicating honestly, with appropriate direction.

Competence

We will make the most of our knowledge, skills, and abilities mastered through our education, training, and experience. In doing so, we will achieve the highest level of employee satisfaction and operational excellence.

Resourcefulness

We will be solution-oriented, creative, imaginative, and self-reliable when presented with unusual problems, difficult situations, or unanticipated opportunities.

Team Spirit

We will cooperate and collaborate with each other, staff and employees. We will be enthusiastic about conducting our daily duties and mindful of the needs of one another, staff and employees. We will interact among ourselves and with others honestly, thereby building relationships based on trust.

 

New Personnel Policy drug and Alcohol Policy to be Implemented in 2019

Through the work of a Personnel Policy Committee that was established, the policies have been updated and are a professional working document. The policies will be presented to the Legislature for final approval and will become effective in January 2019.

Due to conflict and uncertainty in previous administration regarding the Tribes drug testing policy, tribal employees have not been subject to drug testing for at least 5 years now. Under this administration, a new Drug and Alcohol policy has been written. Employees will receive training on the policies over the next 3 months and employees will begin to adhere to random drug testing starting in January of 2019.

Application forms can be downloaded here (link). Completed applications can be emailed to personnel@c-a-tribes.org or faxed to 405-422-8222.

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Other than Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal members/Indian Preference, selection for a position will be made without regard to race, sex, color, age, marital status, national origin, or any other non-merit factor.

Planning & Development

Planning & Development

 
Planning & Development Phone: 405-422-7620 Contact Department

MISSION STATEMENT

The Planning and Development Office will strategically create plans for economic growth to enhance the standard of living for tribal communities, by helping to create social, economic and environmental conditions that will protect Cheyenne and Arapaho culture and our natural environment. The Program strives to empower tribal members through participation in the decision making process to help pave the way for a thriving future.

Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes Master Plan & Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy
(CEDS) Plan Update 

The Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes are excited to announce the initiation of the Master Plan & CEDS Plan Update and invites you to participate in the process. Your participation will help shape the future our community. To learn more about this forward-thinking effort and to get involved, please click the button below.

CLICK HERE TO HELP SHAPE THE FUTURE OF THE CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHO TRIBES

 

In March 2018, the Planning and Development (P&D) Program was formed as a result of a merger of two (2) former programs – the Planning Program and the Community Development Program.  As a result of this merger, the P&D Program has three (3) components; Research, Grant Writing, and Tribal Expansion and Construction.  Also included in the reorganization is the Tribal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Program.  The Planning and Development Program offices are located at the Department of Business/P&D building (former Smokeshop building).  The program includes a staff of 13 employees including a Director, Assistant Director and support staff.

 

Research Component:  The Tribal Planner is responsible for researching and compiling documents that serve as valuable guidance tools in the tribal planning process, grant writing and economic development projects for the tribe’s future. These documents include: Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS), Master Plan, Land Use Plan, Base Study, Comprehensive Plan and C&A Tribal Properties booklet.

In 2020, the tribes were awarded a grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA) to update the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) book which expired in 2016 and to create a Master Plan for the tribal reserves. The EDA award of $700,000 is a 24-month period project and extends from 4/20-4/22.  Upon award, the EDA Coordinator was hired to oversee this grant and coordinate all activities. The CEDS book is a 5 year plan to enhance long-term economic development and promote growth.  Activities supported by this award include: Determining tribal resources and needs, analyzing historic land uses, conducting feasibility studies and prioritizing future investments. The Master Plan will encompass assessing the land, businesses, and other assets owned and operated by the Tribes, with the initial focus area being the Concho Reserve, where the tribal headquarters are located.  The other tribal reserves will also be assessed to determine feasibility of future investments.

Two (2) employee’s are assigned to coordinate these activities:

Christine Morton, Tribal Planner, Cheyenne and Arapaho, Associates Degree in Sociology.  Employed with P&D 3 years; has worked for the tribes for 30+ years in various capacities. Fun Fact: I love to bead, learn my Arapaho Language and spend time with Family.

Hannah Prairie Chief, EDA Coordinator, Cheyenne and Arapaho. Employed with P&D since 10/20; has worked for the tribes for 10 years in various capacities.  Fun Fact: I was born in Albuquerque, NM.

Grant Writing Component: The P&D Program staff includes a Grant Research Specialist and three (3) contracted Grant Writers. The Grant Research Specialist’s responsibilities are to research and identify funding opportunities for the purpose of securing grants specifically related to tribal government services and any program improvements. The Grant Writer’s will develop funding sources to support existing and planned program activities as well as organize the development, writing, and submission of grant proposals to third-party entities for the development, redevelopment and growth of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes. Since the pandemic began in 2020, the grant writer’s focus has been to seek funding opportunities for CARES Act grants (CDC, HRSA, FEMA) EPA, HUD, BIA, NPS, and other private foundations. Once the pandemic is over and office space expansion is completed, the focus will be on hiring permanent grant writers.

Clinton Ellis, Grant Research Specialist, Cheyenne Tribal Member, Bachelor of Science Degree in History. Employed with P&D since 3/15/21; has worked for the tribes for 6 years in various capacities. Fun Fact: Enjoys playing Xbox in spare time.

Tribal Expansion and Construction Component: This component is responsible for construction projects that help to develop a tribal community with the necessary facilities and supporting infrastructure for programs that will offer services to tribal members. Some of these types of projects can be for health and wellness, head start, child care, substance abuse, or water, sewer, and gas infrastructure.

In May 2020, the Tribes were awarded federal grants from the Center of Disease Control (CDC) for new construction costs for COVID-19 issues, and Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) for Covid-19 issues. The Legislature approved the CARES Act Funds for the new construction of the Concho Food Pantry, Concho Property & Supply Building, Clinton Food Distribution Building, Concho Treasury Department and Clinton EMS & EMP. New Emergency Response Centers (ERC’s) are: Hammon ERC, Kingfisher ERC, Watonga ERC and Woodward ERC.

To address the pandemic, many facilities had improvements and equipment upgrades that would allow them to be easily sanitized and allow for social distancing. These were existing Community Halls in Concho, Canton, Clinton, Geary and Seiling. These improvements would transition them into Emergency Response Centers (ERC’s).  The ERC’s will be utilized as a command center to effectively respond to health and medical needs of the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal members in the event of a man-made or natural disaster.  Construction began in July 2020 with an estimated completion date of April 2021.

There are five (5) employee’s who share responsibilities in overseeing the many construction projects going on throughout the tribal reserve at this time.

Damon Dunbar, Director, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Member, Masters of Science in Native American Leadership. Employed with P&D 5 years; has worked for the tribes for 21+ years in various capacities. Fun Fact: I enjoy watching movies and snacking on theater buttered popcorn.

Casey Peyton, Assistant Director, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Member.

Virginia Richey, Office Manager, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Member. Employed with P&D 3 years; has worked for the tribes for 15 years in various capacities. Fun Fact: Friends call me Lou and I am a mother of twins.

Zachary Holt, Field Technician, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Member.  Has been employed with P&D for 2 years. Fun Fact: I don’t own a pair of flip flops.

Samuel Alex Riffel, Project Manager, Wichita and Affiliated Tribes, Bachelor of Arts Degree. Employed with P&D for 9 months; has worked with C&A Tribes for 4.5 years in various capacities. Fun Fact: I’m a Roads Scholar.

 

Procurement, Grants, & Contracts

Procurement, Grants, & Contracts

 
Procurements, Grants, & Contracts Phone: (405) 422-7401 Fax: (405) 422-8221 Contact Department

MISSION STATEMENT

The Procurement, Grants & Contracts Office is the central department (clearinghouse) responsible for overseeing, monitoring and maintaining an inventory of all federal and state grants and contracts administered by the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes.

In addition, the Procurement, Grants and Contracts Office is responsible for the management of the Procurement Office. The Procurement Office has the responsibility to formulate and implement procurement management procedures and guidelines that ensures systematic practices, procedures and responsibilities for the economical and efficient purchase of materials, supplies, equipment, contracts and services in support of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes’ programs. These services are provided for in order to expedite the Tribes economic, social, cultural, health, educational, community and development goals.


The following are the new federal purchasing thresholds for all grants and contracts:

Micro Purchases: Informal procurement policies and procedures for goods and services less than $10,000.00 (only one quote is needed).
Small Purchases: Informal Procurement policies and procedures for goods and services that exceed $10,000.00 but is less than $250,000.00 (Two quotes/bids are required).
Major Purchases: Formal Procurement policies and procedures for goods and services that exceed $250,000.00 (Tribal programs/departments are not involved in the Bid Process for ANY purchase that exceeds $250,000.00 – PG&C will solicit for bids).


PROCUREMENT POLICY (REVISION) UPDATE:

The procurement policy has been revised to meet the new OMB Super Circular federal guidelines and was submitted to the legislature for approval. However, the legislature has suggested the policy be reviewed again.
At this time, the PG&C staff has an obligation to follow all federal purchasing requirements, and have implemented the practices of the new OMB Super Circular to meet certain federal grants and contracts purchasing requirements.


GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

Total # of Funding Agencies: 11
Total # of Grants and Contracts: 55
Total Amount of Federal & State funding: $32,801,951.00
The total funding amount includes several multi-year grants and contracts awards.

Public Information & Tribal Tribune

Public Information & Tribal Tribune

Records Management

Records Management

 
Office of Records Management Phone: 405-422-7709 Fax: 405-422-8234 Contact Department

Established in 2010, the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Office of Records Management (ORM) works to properly preserve and maintain the Tribe’s records. In addition to developing a process of managing current records, ORM has been acquiring historic Tribal records and documents so that they too can be preserved.

These records are being collected to create an online database of information, documents, and history related to the Tribal government that will be accessible to everyone, now and in the future.

The Office of Records Management continues to build the foundation for this department as called for in the Constitution of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes. The tribes recognized the need to house the documents of the tribal programs and departments in one central location.

Administration of tribal records not only saves time and money but also ensures a responsible and accountable government. We work with many departments and have records officers that we stay in contact as needed. Each branch in our government has many departments with documents and files that we house and will eventually house in order to store, archive and preserve our tribes’ history.

RESpECT Program

R.E.Sp.E.C.T. Program

 
R.E.Sp.E.C.T. Program Phone: 405-422-7572 Fax: 405-422-8264 Contact Department

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes R.E.Sp.E.C.T. Program Summer STEMs Camp beginning Monday, June 7 – July 28. Click on your community below for more details.

El Reno, Kingfisher, Calumet and OKC communities Monday, June 7 – Monday, July 26, 2021 on Mondays only!

Canton community Tuesday, June 8 – Tuesday, July 27 on Tuesdays only!

Clinton community Tuesday, June 8 – Tuesday, July 27 on Tuesdays only!

Geary community Tuesday, June 8 – Tuesday, July 27 on Tuesdays only!

Seiling and Woodward communities Tuesday, June 8 – Tuesday, July 27 on Tuesdays only!

Watonga community Wednesday, June 9 – Wednesday, July 28 on Wednesdays only!

Weatherford and Thomas communities Wednesday, June 9 – Wednesday, July 28 on Wednesdays only!

Founded in 2005, the R.E.Sp.E.C.T. Program stands for Recreation, Exercise, and Sports for the Elders and Children of our Tribes. By encouraging participation in recreation, exercise, sports, and other related activities, the program works to promote a healthy lifestyle to enhance the lives of all Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal members, as well as other American Indians residing in our service area.

The program’s youth activities include children’s sports leagues, traveling teams, camps and more. For the elders of our tribe, the R.E.Sp.E.C.T. Program hosts a quarterly Elder’s Day Out. In addition, assistance is available to any adult tribal member over the age of 18 who is out of high school so that he or she can participate in tournaments, leagues or gym memberships while staying fit and active.

Eligibility Requirements

All R.E.Sp.E.C.T. Program applicants must be enrolled members of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes and provide a copy of their CDIB. The Athletic Shoes Program allows for CDIB2s to be covered as well.

Services:  All of our applicants have to be enrolled members of the tribe, CDIB. Shoe Program allows for CDIB 2’s to be covered as well.

 

 

R.E.Sp.E.C.T. – Expansion of Hours

Beginning of October 1, 2018, the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes R.e.Sp.E.C.T. (Recreation and Sports for Elders and Children of the Tribes) Program modified their hours of operation to 12:00 pm. to 9:00 pm. Monday through Friday. This will allow working families to utilize the facility after work hours for recreation and sports.

Applications

R.E.s.P.E.C.T. Program  
Athletic Shoes
Camp & Clinic Assistance
College Student Athlete Assistance
Community Event Assistance
Elder Assistance
National & International Assistance
Ring & Jacket Assistance
Sports Frame Assistance
Team League & Uniform Assistance
Youth Sports & Recreation Assistance

Security

Security

 
Tribal Security Phone: 405-422-7516 Fax: 405-422-8232 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Security Department works to establish and maintain harmony and cooperation with Tribal members so that we can improve security and safety while maintaining peace for the good of all on Tribal Lands. Through our patrol efforts, we strive to create and grow positive interactions and relationships that will protect and enhance the safety of the people and property within the Cheyenne and Arapaho reservation area and other lands over which the tribe maintains ownership.

Business Development
Agriculture
Business
Fire Management
Telecommunications
Agriculture
Business

Construction – Business

 
Department of Business Phone: 405-422-7457 Fax: 405-422-7417 Contact Department
Fire Management

Fire Management

 
Department of Business Phone: 405-422-7457 Fax: 405-422-7417 Contact Department
Telecommunications

Telecommunications

 
Department of Business Phone: 405-422-7457 Fax: 405-422-7417 Contact Department
Enrollment
Requirements for Tribal Enrollment
Forms for Tribal Enrollment
Burial Program
Requirements for Tribal Enrollment

Requirements for Tribal Enrollment

 

 
Department of Enrollment Phone: 405-422-7600 Fax: 405-422-8238 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Enrollment Department provides the following services:

– Enrollment application processing for tribal membership with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes

– Issue Tribal Identification Cards

– Paper CDIBs (Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood)

– CDIB II (descendancy letters)

– Issue employee badges

– Change of Address Forms for tribal members

– BIA-4432 Forms (Verification of Indian Preference for Employment )

– Free Notary Service

Membership Requirements

As stated in the current Constitution of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, Article IV – Membership:

Section 1. Requirements. The Membership of the Tribes shall consist of the following person:

      1. All persons who names appear on the tribal membership roll prepared pursuant to the Act of October 31, 1967; provided that corrections may be made to the roll at any time, subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior.
      2. Each person of ¼, or more, a degree of blood of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, born after October 31, 1967, but prior to the effective date of the constitution and bylaws adopted in 1975, both of whose parents are members of the tribe.
      3. Each person of ¼, or more, a degree of blood of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, born after October 31, 1967, but prior to the effective date of the constitution and bylaws adopted in 1975, if such is admitted to membership by a majority vote of the Legislature certifying compliance with this section.
      4. Each person of ¼, or more, a degree of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, born to a member of the tribes after the effective date of the constitution and bylaws adopted in 1975.

    The Department of Enrollment shall keep the Membership Roll current by adding births and deleting deaths.

    Section 2. Other Tribes. Persons who possess blood of another Indian tribe shall not be enrolled if they have shared in any land or money by virtue of having been enrolled as a member of the other tribe.

    Section 3. Blood Degree. For purposes of determining degree of Cheyenne-Arapaho Indian blood possessed by applicants for membership, the degree of Cheyenne-Arapaho Indian blood shown on October 31, 1967, roll shall govern, Corrections may be made in degree of Cheyenne-Arapaho Indian blood shown on the roll if a request, in writing, is received from the enrollee or one of his descendants, and approved by the Secretary of the Interior. The burden of proof in establishing a degree of Indian blood other than that shown on the roll is on the party making the request.

    Section 4. Future Membership. The tribal council shall have the power to enact resolutions and/or ordinances, subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, governing future membership and the adoption of new members.

    The process of Enrollment Membership Applications

    Enrollment membership applications with all required documentation attached are processed in the order they are received. Each application goes through an extensive research process to ensure that each applicant’s blood quantum is calculated correctly. Because of the extensive research required for each application, the time required to process and complete an application will vary.

    Once the research process is completed, it will be reviewed by the Enrollment Committee at the end of each quarter.

    1st Quarter: January, February, March

    2nd Quarter: April, May, June

    3rd Quarter: July, August, September

    4th Quarter: October, November, December

    The Enrollment Committee will render the final decision for membership with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes based on a review of all applications, supporting documentation, and research.

    Genealogy Research

    The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Department of Enrollment does not process genealogy requests or offer genealogy services to the public. However, there are innumerable resources available for researching and tracing your genealogy or completing your family tree.

    https://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/free-us-Indian-census-rolls.htm

    http://www.okhistory.org/research/genealogy

    https://www.findagrave.com/

    To begin your own genealogical research, find all the information you can about your parents, grandparents, and more distant ancestors and write that information down. The most important information is vital statistics, including ancestral names, dates of birth, marriages (or divorces) and death, as well as the places where ancestors were born, lived, married, and died. During your research, the goal, especially for tribal membership purposes, is to establish and document the relationships of your Indian ancestors and to identify the Indian tribe with which their ancestor may have been affiliated.

    The Bureau of Indian Affairs does not keep individual Indian records on file nor do they maintain a national registry. If you are adopted, the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribe can not assist in your pursuit by opening sealed adoption papers. For additional assistance, you will need to obtain legal advice from a lawyer that deals with this area of the law. 

    After you have completed your genealogical research, documented your ancestry, and determined the tribe with which your ancestor was affiliated, you are ready to contact the tribe directly to obtain the criteria for membership.

    Tribal Identification Cards

    The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes issue tribal identification cards to enrolled Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Members aged 16 and older. Tribal identification cards show proof that an individual is enrolled with a federally recognized Indian tribe, band, nation, pueblo, village, or community. Minors are required to have the legal guardian(s) or parent(s) that is(are) listed in our database with them at the time they apply for their tribal identification card.

    The first issued tribal identification card is free. Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal members must bring proof of identity for their first tribal identification card. Members may bring in one of the following forms of identification for proof of identity.

    -Non-expired driver’s license with photo

    -Non-expired state identification card with photo

    If the tribal member does not have a photo ID, they may bring both the ORIGINAL birth certificate and ORIGINAL social security card together for proof of identity. Copies of either document are not acceptable.

    Should your tribal identification card become lost, stolen, or damaged, a replacement card will cost $10.00.

    Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Members who live out of state will need to mail in the following items for a tribal identification card.

    COLOR photocopy of a non-expired driver’s license or state identification card with photo

    – A signed and notarized statement requesting a tribal identification card and mailing address for the card

    – $10.00 MONEY ORDER

    – A sheet of paper with your signature written four (4) times. (leave space between each signature)

    – A sheet of paper listing your height, weight, natural hair color, natural eye color and the last four numbers of your social security number.

    Mail all the above-mentioned items to Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes
    Department of Enrollment
    PO Box 134
    Concho, OK 73022

    Once all the above-mentioned items have been received, the Enrollment Department will import all of the information onto a tribal identification card and mail the card to the enrolled Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Member.

    Note: Tribal members cannot pick up tribal identification cards for anyone else but themselves.

Forms for Tribal Enrollment

Forms for Tribal Enrollment

 

Tribal Enrollment  
Adult Change of Address
CDIB II
Descendancy Application
Membership Application
Minor Change of Address
Relinquishment of
Tribal Membership Request
Request Tribal ID

Burial Program

Burial Program

 
Burial Program Phone: 405-422-7601 Fax: 405-422-8238 Contact Department

Providing help after the loss of a loved one, the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Burial Program offers financial assistance for meals and transportation, funeral services and headstones. The burial staff is also available to help with arrangements and guidance through the application process. For more information or assistance with the application process in the event of a tribal member’s death, contact the Burial Program Coordinator.

 
Burial Program    
Funeral Assistance
Grant Application
 
Headstone Application  
Meal & Transportation
Assistance Application
 
Burial Brochure  
Next of Kin  
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Department of Education

 
Department of Education Phone: 405-422-7611 Fax: 405-422-8215 Contact Department

Return to Learn Plans for School Districts in the Tribal Service Area

CLINTON

DARLINGTON

EL RENO

GEARY

HAMMON

SEILING

WEATHERFORD

 

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Department of Education (CADOE) strives to address the educational and cultural needs of tribal members of all ages. CADEO was built on the premise of developing and incorporating educational curriculum that integrate Cheyenne and Arapaho culture ways with academics and providing a diversity of programs the serve tribal members of all age groups.

CADOE provides educational assistance, support, and encouragement to help tribal members to achieve their educational goals to help build a bright future. CADOE offers programs geared to help students at any age in the educational pursuits, and in some cases, services are extended to members of other tribes who reside in the tribal jurisdiction. CADOE program services are designed to help prepare the tribal member for employment opportunities that result in long-term careers and increase the quality of life for the tribal member and their families.

Child Care

Child Care

 
Child Care Development Phone: 405-422-7698 Fax: 405-422-8217 Contact Department

Child Care
The Cheyenne and Arapaho Child Development Program strives to instill different life experiences in our youth to help them prepare for their future with the skills needed to live as productive adults. By offering quality, affordable childcare services, we provide our children with safe, healthy, nurturing environment designed to encourage them to develop their fullest potential.

Child Development Centers
The Child Development Program offers tribally-owned child development center in both Concho and Clinton. Both centers are licensed by the State of Oklahoma Department of Health and Human Services (DHS) and are Two Star Facilities.
This Two Star status means:
• We provide a system to inform parents of the quality criteria attained by our child care programs.
• We constantly work to improve the quality of our child care by increasing the competence of our teachers.
• We work to raise the Department’s subsidy reimbursement rate so that more slots, and more opportunities, can be available for children whose families are receiving child care assistance.

Child Care Subsidy Requirements
1. The child(ren) must be an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe. A copy of their CDIB must be submitted in the application process.
2. The family must reside in the Cheyenne-Arapaho Service Area, which includes the counties of Beckham, Blaine, Canadian, Custer, Dewey, Ellis, Kingfisher, Major, Roger Mills, and Woodward.
3. The program has been initiated as an incentive for families who are employed or in school. Therefore you must meet one of the following conditions:
a) Both parents work
b) Both parents are in school or training
c) One parent is employed and the other parent is in school or training
d) A single parent who either works, attends school, or both
4. The child must attend a licensed Child Care Facility. The childcare facility is of the parent(s) choice and must be located and contracted by the parent(s). Relative provider care is the only exemption. Relative care is defined as that provided by a grandparent, aunt, uncle, or adult sibling in the provider’s home.

Child Care Development Fund Plan 2020-2022

Cheyenne and Arapaho CCDF Waiver Extension Request

Child Care  
Clinton Center Application
Concho Center Application
Tribal Subsidy Application

Education Resources

Education Resources

 
Education Resources Phone: 405-422-7638 Contact Department

The mission of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Library is to ensure effective, culturally appropriate library services are available to its members that promote lifelong learning, cultural awareness, and the sharing of wisdom.

The library is housed in the Department of Education building, The library has a small collection of approximately 2000 pieces of material. These include books, CDs, DVDs, photos, puzzles, games, and reference materials. Two computers with internet and printing capabilities for patron use are also available.

You can also access the resources catalog here.

 

 

Computer Lab

The lab has 12 desktop computers that are available for training purposes. Projector and screen are also available.

Conference Room

The Department of Education has a conference room to accommodate meetings or special events. A smart TV is available for presentations.

Book Club

The book club meets the first Thursday of the month. Titles change based on the interest of the participants. Light lunch is provided.

For More Information

To reserve the computer lab or conference room, contact:
Christine Denny
Special Projects Coordinator
cdenny@c-a-tribes.org | 405-422-7638

Grant Programs

Grant Programs

 
Department of Education Phone: 405-422-7611 Fax: 405-422-8215 Contact Department
 
Head Start

Head Start

 
Head Start Program Phone: 405-422-7635 Fax: 405-422-8216 Contact Department

Head Start Program
Providing high quality, early childhood services for children and families, the Cheyenne and Arapaho Head Start Program strives to reflect our traditional culture in all service areas. Offering a nurturing environment focused on the individual, the goal of the Head Start Program encourages children and their families to develop strong relationships in their homes and communities.

The Head Start Program is designed to develop a child’s social, emotional and cognitive skills and encourage lifelong learning so that each individual will grow to become a partner in the educational process and a leader in the Cheyenne and Arapaho community. Supporting our families and community members, Head Start serves as an advocate for children while enhancing the parents’ role as their children’s primary educator.

Head Start Program Centers
The Cheyenne and Arapaho Head Start Program is a center-based program and operates centers in Canton, Concho, and Clinton. The program is offered five days a week, six hours per day at each center. Classes are held Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and transportation is provided for all enrolled children.

The Head Start Program is funded for 133 children. The Concho Center (57 children) and the Clinton Center (45 children) each offer three classrooms, while the Canton Center (31 children) operates two classrooms.

Applications
Applications for the Head Start Program are accepted throughout the year. Remember that, even if a Program Center is at capacity, slots do open during the year, so you are encouraged to fill out an application so your child can be placed on the waiting list. You can download a Head Start application form below.

Volunteer Opportunities
The Head Start Program is always in need of volunteers. Please call the Head Start office or the Center nearest you if you’re interested in volunteering.

Head Start Program Policies and Procedures.
The Head Start Program Policies and Procedures Manual is available for download below.

Head Start  
Head Start Application
Head Start Selection Criteria

Higher Education

Higher Education

 
Higher Education Phone: 405-422-7646 Fax: 405-422-8211 Contact Department

Cheyenne and Arapaho Higher Education Scholarships are available to enrolled tribal members throughout the U.S. Application deadlines are June 1st for Fall term; November 1st for Spring term; and April 1st for Summer term.

Applications should be mailed to the address listed below. The applications can be printed from the Cheyenne and Arapaho website.

In addition to scholarships, other services available to students include:

– Full and part-time scholarships, which includes students who may be incarcerated

– College Prep Workshops at local high schools, including Riverside Indian School

– Concurrent college class assistance for textbooks and fees (tuition is paid by OK)

– ACT information, test dates and application fees assistance

– High School Graduation assistance of $100 to be used for graduation expenses

– Back to College events and student meetings at local colleges

– Incentive Awards for college students who complete full-time status with Grade Point Averages (GPA) of 3.00-3.49 ($100), 3.50-3.99 ($150) and 4.00 ($250).

– Incentive Awards for attainment of Degrees: Associates ($300), Bachelors ($400), Masters ($500) + a Pendleton, Doctorate Degrees ($1,000) + a Pendleton.

– Fall Conference:  A ‘High School to College Prep’ workshop is held each fall to present a variety of programs to students.

– Junior-Senior Christmas Event

– Spring Conference

– OCIE Oklahoma Indian Student Honor Society

– Annual Graduation Banquet

– Back to College Events

 

 

Higher Education  
Concurrent High School
/College Classes
HIE Scholarship Application
Higher Education Gaming Application
Rick West Art Scholarship Application
Senior Graduation Assistance
Johnson O' Malley

Johnson O’ Malley

 
Johnson O’Malley Program Phone: 405-422-7658 Fax: 405-422-8212 Contact Department

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes

Johnson O’Malley Program

Johnson O’Malley

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Johnson O’Malley Program is federally funded program that provides supplemental assistance for the unique educational needs of individual students.  Funding for the program is provided annually for all eligible Native American students who live within the nine-county service area and attend a public schools or one of the Tribes Head Start Programs.

Student Activities

Assistance is also available by special request for students to attend UNITY, FFA conferences, FCCLA conferences, and educational conferences in conjunction with school or classes.  In the summer months, assistance may also be available for Summer Enrichment Camps within Johnson O’Malley communities.  This assistance is based on the availability of funds.

Johnson O’Malley Eligibility in Compliance with the JOM Modernization Act

Eligible American Indian and/or Alaskan Native students who are enrolled members of a federally recognized tribe or at least one-fourth or more degree of Indian blood descendant of a member of a federally recognized Indian tribe.  In addition, eligibility requires these children be between the age of 3 through grades 12th.

 
Language & Culture
School Clothing

School Clothing

 
School Clothing Program Phone: 405-422-7445 Contact Department

 

 

 
 

The Cheyenne and Arapaho School Clothing Program was established to provide tribal students, between the ages of 3-18, with funds to purchase clothing for school.

Depending on funding available and the age of the student, the program can provide up to $300 for the purchase of clothing. All enrolled tribal members between the age of 3 (by Sept 1) and 18, and who are enrolled in Head Start through High School for that school year, are eligible for the supplemental funds allotted for the School Clothing Program. In 2019, applications were accepted between July 16 and October 31 and funds for school clothing were provided to more than 2,500 Cheyenne and Arapaho students.

The School Clothing Program will distribute funds via convenient cards for the 2020-2021 school year.

A reminder the convenient cards will be allowed for clothing items only, at any retail store that accepts VISA cards.

Stores that the cards currently do not work at:

“Novelty” or “Specialty” stores

Spencer’s

Ralph Lauren POLO

This is something that we are working closely with Convenient Cards to fix.

SCHOOL CLOTHING PROGRAM APPLICATION ONLINE WEBFORM

 
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Department of Health

 
Department of Health Phone: 405-422-7463 Contact Department

SARS-COV-2 (COVID-19) PANDEMIC IN THE US AND OKLAHOMA, MID FIRST WAVE, 04/24/20

The overall mission of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Department of Health is to enhance health and wellness of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes and Native American communities by providing compassionate, comprehensive, and holistic approaches to healthcare through advocacy, education an awareness. The Cheyenne and Arapaho Department of Health provides health programs designed to assist tribal members to achieve and maintain a higher level of health status. Some of these programs provide direct services for health care, as well as prevention education. Health and wellness programs are important components of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Department of Health.

These programs are designed to address serious medical issues faced by the Cheyenne and Arapaho people, who live with diabetes, obesity, and other health problems. Each individual program within the Department of Health focuses on positive changes in health practices for tribal members resulting in a more positive health status. The Department of Health continues to develop programmatic goals and objectives for the unique and special cultural needs of tribal members.

Community Health Representative

Community Health Representative Program

 
Community Health Representatives (CHR) Phone: 405-422-7670
Toll Free: 1-800-687-0973
Fax: 405-422-8241 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Community Health Representative (CHR) program works as an advocate and facilitator for individuals and families to gain access to comprehensive healthcare services. The goal is to provide members of the Tribes, and members of other federally recognized tribes within our service area, with a variety of health education, case finding, and referral services, as well as follow up service and staff support.

The CHR is often the first link for the patient to gain access to the health care system. The CHR serves as advocate and facilitator for families and individuals to obtain health care and also provide support service designed to enhance the quality of life for the people we serve.

The CHR Program provides home visits, transportation, and medication delivery. All services must be requested through the CHR program. In addition, the CHR Program hosts Community Health screenings, Health fairs, School screenings, Community walks, and Legislative community meetings/screenings. Other health projects include screening for blood pressure, blood glucose levels, and height and weight indexing.

Seven CHR staff members are certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians and provide free car seats to eligible families who reside within the Cheyenne and Arapaho service area. The technicians demonstrate the correct car seat installation procedures as well as providing injury prevention information.

The CHR Program continues to partner with the Oklahoma Blood Institute to provide Blood Drives in Concho for tribal employees. Flu clinics for employees and community members who utilize IHS services are also provided.

Diabetes Wellness

Diabetes Wellness

 
Diabetes Wellness Phone: 405-422-7723 Fax: 405-422-8262 Contact Department

In an effort to combat the growing epidemic of diabetes in American Indian and Alaska Native communities, the Cheyenne and Arapaho Diabetes Wellness Program provides a variety of services and programs to help delay or prevent a diabetes diagnosis while also reducing the risk of complications. These programs are designed to educate tribal members on the risk factors of diabetes while encouraging prevention and management, physical fitness, nutrition, foot care, and vision care.

New Policy Form 9/24/2019

New Client Application  (.pdf downloadable form)

Willie Fletcher Memorial Wellness Center – Registration and Assessment Application

Emergency Medical Services

Emergency Medical Service

 
Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Phone: 580-323-7087 Fax: 580-323-0373 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Emergency Medical Service (EMS) provides 24/7 emergency medical care to all eligible IHS beneficiaries as well as the general public. The goal of the program is to provide compassionate, quality and efficient emergency medical care to the sick or injured while safely transporting each patient to the nearest medical facility with appropriate capabilities.

Services

As we are licensed for “Advanced Pre-Hospital” care and transport, we provide pre-hospital emergency care, advanced-level trained medics, and transport for all of Western Oklahoma.

Training and Education

We have trained instructors for:

  • American Heart Association
  • Basic Life Support (CPR)
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
  • National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT)
  • Advanced medical Life Support (AMLS)
  • Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS)
  • American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Pediatric Education for Pre-Hospital Professionals (PEPP)
Health Education

Health Education

 
Health Education Phone: 405-422-7676 Fax: 405-422-8240 Contact Department

The Health Education Department works to improve the quality of health of the Cheyenne and Arapaho people while also encouraging them to live healthy lifestyles. Through a variety of programs and events dedicated to promoting health and preventing disease, the department helps tribal members understand the behaviors and risk factors that can imperil their well-being, while also helping them assume the responsibility for their own health, behavior and lifestyle.

M-Power

To get an up-close look at health issues facing the Cheyenne and Arapaho people, the Health Education M-Power program attended a variety of community outreach events to survey tribal members on the issues of tobacco use, physical activity, and nutrition. The surveys showed that commercial tobacco use and lack of physical activity are important areas that need to be addressed and improved in the Tribal service area.

These issues, along with poor dietary choices, are the leading causes of illness, chronic disease, and early death in Native Americans. As all these illnesses are also preventable, our outreach programs are centered around providing the tools, information, and empowerment needed to help Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal members improve their quality of health so that they can live longer, healthier, and happier lives.

Program and Activities

• Winter Walking Challenge

• Zumba Fitness

• Healthy heart Month Classes

• Check. Change. Control.

• Kick Butts Day

• Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness

• Tai Chi

• National Walking Day

• Hypertension Bingo

• Summer Walking Challenge

• Aqua Zumba

• Oklahoma Indian Nations

• Colony Powwow

• Oakerhater Powwow

• Step Into My Shoes 5K Color Run

• Big Event – Clinton Service Unit

• Bigfoot Hustle

• Sand Creek Massacre Healing Run

• Great American Smoke Out

• Cancer Awareness Powwow

• Community Holiday Dinners

 
Prevention

Prevention

 
Department of Health Phone: 405-422-7659 Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 Fax: 405-422-8299 Contact Department

Through a variety of programs and services, the Cheyenne and Arapaho Suicide Prevention Program works to raise awareness and create a greater understanding of the importance of mental health in an effort to prevent suicide among our tribal members. These programs are designed to help those who may be struggling with depression while also educating others on the signs that a friend or loved one may be dealing with mental health issues and suicidal thoughts. In addition to helping to prevent suicide and helping those fighting depression and mental health issues, the Suicide Prevention program also works to provide help, resources, and intervention to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.

Opioid Response (ChATor)

Native Connection Alliance

Partnership for Success (Tradition Not Addiction)

 

Housing
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Construction
Inspection
Independent Living Center
Residential Services
Elder Home Repair
Elder Lawn Care Service
HUDVASH
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Department of Housing

 
Departing of Housing Phone: 580-331-2400 Fax: 405-422-8271 Contact Department

PUBLIC NOTICE
HOMEOWNER ASSISTANCE FUND GUIDANCE
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
August 2, 2021

NEW! 2021 EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE

HUD APR REPORT FOR 2020

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Department of Housing (CATDOH)’s mission is to provide affordable, safe, and decent housing to income-eligible Native American families, while promoting self-sufficiency through employment, education and economic stability. While preference is given to enrolled Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal members, and tribal member homeownership continues to grow, CATDOH is committed to making owning a home a reality for all of our families.

Since 1996, the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA) has given tribes more responsibility and flexibility to administer their housing services. This includes who they serve, what type of products and services they offer and how they deliver programs and projects. This allows the CATDOH to put our tribal members first to provide homes for our families, communities, and future generations.

The CATDOH has four areas of focus to best serve our tribal members. Each plays a unique part in completing and continuing our mission. These areas include:

• Administrative Services

• Construction Services

• Inspection Services

• Residential Services

Eligibility Requirements for Services

Preference is given to Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal member.

Department of Housing  
2021 EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE
2021 Emergency Home Repair Application
Down Payment Assistance Application
Down Payment Assistance Policy
HUDVASH
Independent Living Center Housing Application
Mutual Help Application
Tribal Elder Lawn Service Application

Administration

Administration

 
Department of Housing Phone: 580-331-2400 Fax: 405-422-8271 Contact Department

The Administration Services manages the day to day business for the Department of Housing. Administration is responsible for greeting Tribal members and assisting them with their needs. Administration answers the telephones, takes in housing payments, and hands out applications for the Wait List and Homeownership upon request. It is responsible for maintaining the accounting records, budgeting the funds received, and providing the Housing staff with guidance and assistance to better serve the Tribal community.

Construction

Construction

 
Department of Health Phone: 580-331-2400 Fax: 405-422-8271 Contact Department

Construction Services works to repair, maintain, and renovate housing inventory for tribal members that have been awarded homes. In addition, there are plans to build homes in the future. All are based on awarded funds through Housing’s funding programs.

Inspection

Inspection

 
Department of Housing Phone: 580-331-2400 Fax: 405-422-8271 Contact Department

Inspection Services inspects all the homes in the Department of Housing inventory annually. Inspectors ensure that the homes are maintained in a safe and healthy condition for the homebuyers. Inspectors also inspect repairs needed as called in by homebuyers.

Independent Living Center

Independent Living Center

 
Independent Living Center Phone: 580-331-2400 Fax: 405-422-8279 Contact Department

The Independent Living Center is an apartment complex set up to accommodate elders age 55 and up. Interested parties can call the Department of Housing to find out if there are any availabilities and fill out an application.

Residential Services

Residential Services

 
Department of Housing Phone: 580-331-2400 Fax: 405-422-8271 Contact Department

Mutual Help and New Mutual Help, as well as Acquisitions, and Down Payment Assistance are all part of the Resident Services program. Home Ownership is the main function of Resident Services. Resident Services maintains the Waiting List, which is based on first come, first serve and based on three of the eligible applicant’s location preference. Resident Services also recertifies the homebuyers annually as well as follows through on needed repairs as reported by homebuyers. Receipt of payments and collections are also handled by Resident Services.

Elder Home Repair

Elder Home Repair

 
Department of Housing Phone: 580-331-2400 Fax: 405-422-8271 Contact Department

The Elder Home Repair Program is a tribally funded program providing major repairs on homes for our elders. The program provides a construction crew that provides repairs on several homes in a given community in our service area, before moving on to the next community. After homes have been repaired in each community, the crew begins a second pass to repair homes missed on the first round.

Elder Lawn Care Service

Elder Lawn Care Service

 
Department of Housing Phone: 580-331-2400 Tax: 405-422-8271 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Elder Lawn Program provides lawn mowing services to tribal elders, age 55 or older.  To apply for the Lawn Service Program, an application must be completed by March 29, 2019and submitted to the Department of Housing.

Department of Housing  
Tribal Elder Lawn Service Application

 

HUDVASH

HUDVASH

 
Department of Housing Phone: 580-331-2400 Fax: 405-422-8271 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Housing Urban Development – VA Supportive Housing program (HUDVASH) is a collaborative effort between the Tribes, the Veterans Administration, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The program is designed to help homeless tribal members who are Veterans, and their families, find and sustain permanent housing. The HUDVASH program provides Veterans with rental assistance and support services, such as health care, mental health treatment, and substance abuse counseling, to promote recovery and the ability to maintain housing in their community.

Department of Housing  
HUDVASH Application

Labor
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Dreams
Dreams - TERO
Office of Veteran Affairs (OVA)
Vocational Rehabilitation Program
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Department of Labor

 
Department of Labor Phone: 405-422-7660 Fax: 405-422-8297 Contact Department

Dear Tribal Members:

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Legislature passed Resolution No: 7L-SS-2018-0508-006 on May 2, 2018, establishing the Department of Labor. The Department of Labor will address the deplorable rate of poverty, unemployment, and underemployment that exist among the Native People and safeguard the interest of the Tribes, enhance the sovereignty of the Tribes, and exercise stewardship over those resources committed to it by the Tribes and Federal Funding sources.

MISSION STATEMENT:
To promote and empower the Native American Workforce within the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes’ service area by instituting equitable labor standards, providing opportunities for advancement, and safeguarding employee benefits and rights.

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR:
· Dreams, Office of Veteran Affairs, and Vocational Rehabilitation.

GOALS:
· Promote policies and procedures for uninformed guidance in administering federally funded grants and contracts.
· Develop meaningful “Career Pathways” to ensure successful outcomes for participants.
· Collaborate with tribal, local, and state entities to meet the demands of the labor market.
· Address employment and training issues relevant to the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Programs who work with youth and adults.

SERVICES:
· GED Classes, GED Testing, Career Development, Employment Opportunities, Supportive Services, Rehabilitation Assistance, Resource and Referrals, Data Collection, Veteran’s Services, and Priority Community Outreach.
· Streamline Services: Develop a universal application among programs.
· Leverage technology: Online applications, Training, and Services.

OPPORTUNITIES:
· Grant Opportunities: Re-Entry Programs, Tribal TANF, SNAP to Skills Program.
· Apprenticeship Programs: Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, Lucky Star Casino
· Strengthen TERO Ordinance and establish Tribal Workforce Policy
· Entrepreneur Training, Evidence Base Case Management, Tribal Wellness/Recovery Program

Dreams

Developing Responsible Employees Aptitude and Marketing Success

“Through compassion and acquisition of skills, we empower indigenous families to achieve occupational and educational prosperity.” – DREAMS Mission Statement

To increase the effectiveness of employment and training programs the Tribes merged Adult Education program and Employment and Training Program to DREAMS as authorized per Public Law 102-477.

Through the Department of Interior, Public Law 102-477 distributes all funding based on the following grants and contracts: U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) P.L. 93:638, Job Placement & Training (JP&T) and Adult Education (AED), and Health and Human Services – Native Employment Works (HHS-NEW). The services provided by these grants and contracts include employment opportunities, career development, training services, employment retention services, and follow up services.

Through positive motivation, we encourage participants to develop an educational base they can build upon to achieve success for their family, their future and themselves.

DREAMS Program services include:

Education Services:
  • GED – General Education Diploma
  • LIT – Literacy Education
  • ABE – Adult Basic Education
Employment:
  • WE – Work Experience
  • SYS – Summer Youth Services
  • Job Placement & Training
  • WRS – Workplace Readiness Skills
  • DEA – Direct Employment Assistance
  • Career Development
  • Driver’s License Reimbursement
Training Services:
  • AVT – Adult Vocational Training
  • OST – Occupational Skills Training
Community Program Services:
  • Parenting Skills
  • Life Skills
  • ESAL – Education for Senior Adult Learners

DREAMS Application Requirements:

Each applicant will be required to complete a one-on-one Intake Interview when determining eligibility for assistance. Our Intake Interviews average at about 15 minutes, times may vary depending on services requested.

DREAMS provides supplemental funding for training and employment needs.

OUT OF SERVICE AREA TRIBAL MEMBERS may be eligible for assistance if funding is available. Same application process applies.

Effective Immediately**

All Direct Employment Assistance applicants must submit application within 24 hours of hire date. To ensure prompt service before first paycheck, any other required documents (Employment Verification, Survey of Needs, Residence Verification, etc.) must be submitted to the DREAMS Office within 72 hours of application submission.

To begin application, please print Central Intake Form and Privacy Statement:

Department of Labor - Central Intake/Referral Form

Department of Labor - Central Intake/Referral Form SUBMIT ONLINE  CENTRAL INTAKE MAIL-IN  PRIVACY STATEMENT

Applicants must submit the required documentation with their application:

  1. Copy of CDIB
  2. Copy of second ID (could be Driver’s License, SS card, birth certificate [youth only])
  3. Proof of Residence – (utility bill: water bill, electric bill, gas bill, etc.)
  4. Proof of income – (a pay stub from within the past six months, TANF benefits page, income tax.)
  5. Copy of High School Diploma/GED equivalent
  6. Copy of any training credential or college transcript
  7. Proof of selective service (males 18+). Go to https://www.sss.gov/ and click on Check Registration. Click on Verify Now. Enter your information in the Online Registration Search grid.

*Above documents are necessary to complete application, regardless of services requested.

Additional documents needed for training assistance, please print Financial Needs Analysis (FNA) and Training Self-Assessment:

FINANCIAL NEEDS ANALYSIS    TRAINING SELF-ASSESSMENT

Additional documents needed for Direct Employment Assistance (DEA), please print Employment Verification FormSurvey of Needs, and 30-Day Employment Verification Form:

EMPLOYMENT VERIFICATION FORM   30-DAY EMPLOYMENT VERIFICATION FORM  SURVEY OF NEEDS

Additional documents needed for Driver’s License Reimbursement, please print Driver’s License Reimbursement Request Form:

DRIVER’S LICENSE REIMBURSEMENT REQUEST FORM

**Our Driver’s License Reimbursement services is based on eligibility and limited to one reimbursement per person, per lifetime.

Summer Youth 2021 Application

SUMMER YOUTH 2021 APPLICATION

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes DREAMS Program
P.O. Box 67
Concho, OK 73022
Office | 1.800.247.4612 ext. 27544
ktallbear@cheyenneandarapaho-nsn.gov

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Dreams - TERO

TERO requires that all employees who are engaged in operating a business on reservations give preference to qualified Indians in all aspects of employment, contracting, and other business activities. TERO offices were established and empowered to monitor and enforce the requirements of the tribal employment rights ordinance.

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes established the Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance (TERO) in 1995 to have regulatory authority over non-governmental employment operating within the boundaries of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribal (lands) reservations.

JOB SKILLS BANK

Information provided on the Job Skills Bank Application will be used for TERO referral purposes to better match potential job seekers with jobs that may be suited or related to the desired field and/or experience of the applicant. This application does not replace the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes Employment Application or the Tribes Department of Business Employment Application.

Required Documents

  • Social Security Card
  • Tribal ID/CDIB
  • Valid ID/Valid ID/Valid Driver’s License

INDIVIDUALS MUST UPDATE THEIR JOB SKILLS BANK APPLICATION EVERY SIX (6) MONTHS TO STAY ACTIVE FOR REFERRAL.

TERO JOB SKILLS BANK APPLICATION (.PDF)

TERO CERTIFICATION

To be certified as an Indian Owned Business by the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance (TERO), to become a certified TERO vendor your business must meet the definitions as they are described in the TERO Certification Application.

TERO CERTIFICATION APPLICATION (.PDF)

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes
DREAMS Program
P.O. Box 67
Concho, OK 73022
Office | 1.800.247.4612 ext. 27544
Fax | 405.422.8243
ktallbear@cheyenneandarapaho-nsn.gov

Please contact our DREAMS office for further questions.
Concho | 405.422.7544
DREAMS Office, Annex Rm. 216
100 Red Moon Circle
Concho, OK 73022

Office of Veteran Affairs (OVA)

Office of Veteran Affairs (OVA)

 
Office of Veterans Affairs Fax: 405-422-7622 Fax: 405-422-8207 Contact Department

The Office of Veterans Affairs works to help assist tribal members who are Veterans of the U.S. armed forces, and their families, in an effort to improve their quality of life and their future. The department offers Veterans a multitude of services, referrals, outreach events, home and VA/Hospital visits, and Military Funeral Honors. The Program currently has more 250 recorded Veterans in our system and serves an average of 35 Veterans a month. 

Veterans Intake Form

SUBMIT ONLINE

DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE INTAKE FORM

 

 

2019 VETERANS TRIBUTE

 
Walk/Run Participant Registration Form Walk/Run Volunteer Registration From Operation Stand Down Volunteer Registration Form
Operation Stand Down Volunteer Service Agreement Operation Stand Down Veteran Registration Form Operation Stand Down Service Provider Form
 
Vocational Rehabilitation Program

Vocational Rehabilitation Program

 
Vocational Rehabilitation Phone (Toll-Free): 866-870-0708
Clinton: 580-331-2320
Watonga: 580-623-7314
Watonga Fax: 405-422-8213 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Vocational Rehabilitation Program offers a variety of programs and services designed to help American Indians with disabilities in finding employment and educational opportunities. Administered through the American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation (AIVR) program, these services are available to any enrolled member of a Federally Recognized Tribe, residing within the 11 county service area of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, with a documented physical or mental disability or impairment that is a substantial barrier to employment. AIVR services are also offered to Junior and Senior high school students age 16 and older, if eligible.

Social Services
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Domestic Violence
Emergency Youth Shelter
Food Distribution Program
Foster Care Program
Indian Child Welfare
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Social Services
Substance Abuse Treatment
Tribal Opioid Response Project
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Department of Social Services

 
Department of Social Services Phone: 405-422-7453 Fax: 405-422-8218 Contact Department
Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence

 
Domestic Violence Program Phone: 405-295-1525
Emergency: 405-620-6395
Crisis: 405-538-5590
Fax: 405-295-1895 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Domestic Violence Program works to provide services and assistance to tribal members in Oklahoma who are domestic violence survivors. Assistance is also provided to other Native American domestic violence survivors living in the service area. The advocates help our clients find the assistance and services needed, while working to ensure their safety from future incidents and safeguarding their confidentiality.

In addition, the Domestic Violence program also provides services and resources for victims of sexual assault and those who have been rendered homeless due to domestic violence. Assistance is also provided to victims with open tribal and DHS custody or prevention cases.

The Domestic Violence program provides a trained, multi-disciplinary team that works with law enforcement, other tribal agencies, and state agencies that receive DV/SA referrals of tribal members. This allows us to manage any issues the program may face while working to better serve Native Americans in the service area as well as tribal members in the state of Oklahoma.

In an effort to raise awareness of and help prevent domestic violence, the program also coordinates a number of community awareness events and outreach efforts throughout the year. For more information, contact the Domestic Violence program office.

Emergency Youth Shelter

Emergency Youth Shelter

 
Emergency Youth Shelter Phone: 405-422-7648 Fax: 405-422-8285 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Emergency Youth Shelter works to provide a safe, comfortable, and protective environment for children in need. Working in collaboration with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Indian Child Welfare program and DHS to ensure compliance with all rules and regulations, our trained staff strives to promote a positive outcome for every child who is accepted into our shelter.

Moving forward, our goal is to expand our facilities to accommodate more children while providing offices for services on-site. In addition, we plan to provide more training for our houseparents while boosting our children’s cultural involvement in the tribal community.

Food Distribution Program

Food Distribution Program

 
Food Distribution Program Phone: 405-276-6049 Fax: 405-422-8261 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Food Distribution Program assists eligible households with receiving USDA foods. Nutrition education demonstrations are also offered three times a month in Clinton and Watonga. Two grocery stores in Clinton & Watonga allow full-time services for our tribal service areas, and the Greenhouse Garden Project to help grow our own vegetables and fruit.

Eligibility requirements are as follows: 

• One person in the household must be a member of a federally recognized tribe, possess a Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood or an official document stating the individual is a direct descendant of a federally-recognized tribal member.

•  The household cannot exceed USDA income guidelines.

• The household must live within the Food Distribution service area and applicants cannot receive SNAP benefits at the same time.

Food Distribution  
Food Distribution Application
Change Report Form FY2020
Collateral Statement of Unemployment (UES) FY2020
Personal Wage Record
Verification of Living Arrangements FY2020

Foster Care Program

Foster Care Program

 
Foster Care Program Phone: 405-422-7400 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Foster Care Program strives to recruit foster parents to provide our tribal children a loving home and positive environment. We work closely with foster parents to assist with children in care.

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma

Dept. of Social Services

Foster Care Program

P.O. Box 38

Concho, Oklahoma 73022

Foster Care Caseworkers

Cell: (405) 535-7002/ Fax: (405) 422-8218

Cell: (405) 397-2246/ Fax: (405) 422-8218

Foster Care Outreach

Cell: (405) 361-9624/ Fax: (405) 422-8218 

“To Promote, protect, and to advocate for our tribal children through networking and collaboration with Tribal, Local, State and Judicial organizations in order to ensure that our tribal children obtain the best outcome while preserving family ties, maintaining cultural and traditional pathways”

 

Indian Child Welfare

Indian Child Welfare

 
Indian Child Welfare Phone: 405-422-7495 Fax: 405-422-8249 Contact Department

The goal of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian Child Welfare Program is to provide quality services while acting in the best interest of our children in child custody proceedings, working to reunify children and parents, and advocating for families. In addition, our trained staff assists parents or guardians with a variety of other services on an as-needed basis.

Our services and programs include:

• Involvement with state cases to ensure courts abide by the Indian Child Welfare Act.

• Home visits are part of case management for all child custody proceedings for all tribal children.

• A variety of events for children that are in custody as well as prevention-focused events for all tribal children.

• Efforts by caseworkers to visit DHS foster homes when our children are first placed in DHS custody. These efforts include proactive interaction with the state before there is a removal when proper notification is provided.

• Outreach from the staff to provide better communication between the Tribes and state.

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Phone: 405-422-7476 Fax: 405-422-8218 Contact Department

LIHEAP assists households with heating (October 1st to March 31st) and cooling (April 1st to September 30th) costs once per season. LIHEAP can pay for up to $300.00 on electricity, propane, or gas bills.  Clients cannot receive assistance through DHS’ LIHEAP services in the same season. 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. Services will need to be in the applicant’s name.  Weatherization Starter Kits, Heaters/or Blankets, and A/C Units/or Fans are provided to eligible applicants once person season.  Installation is the responsibility of the client.  The program is not responsible for damage of broken units and will not provide replacements.  Please contact the manufacturer for more information.


LIHEAP Requirements:

  • At least one member of a federally-recognized American Indian or Alaska Native tribe per household

CDIB must be provided

  • The household receiving assistance must reside within the eleven (11) county service area

Please contact the caseworker for more information @ 405-422-7476

  • Proof of income for all household members over eighteen (18) years of age

Income includes: Check stubs, SSI/SSA/VA award letters, TANF award letters, unemployment benefit statements, child support award letters, & an annual IIM account summary must be included in the proof of income

Those who do not have income must fill out a “No Income Statement” and have it notarized

  • Original utility bill

A copy of the bill will be provided to the client

  • Accounts must be current and active and cannot already be disconnected

Accounts that are disconnected will be automatically denied

2020 GENERAL ASSISTANCE APP (APPLY ONLINE)

LIHEAP APPLICATION (APPLY ONLINE)

 
Social Services

Social Services

 
Social Services Phone: 405-422-7877 Fax: 405-422-7405 Contact Department

The Social Service Department administers the General Assistance Program, the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), the Food Vouchers Program, and the Individual Indian Money (IIM) Supervised Accounts Program. Services are provided to tribal residents who reside in tribal jurisdiction. These programs strive to promote family unity through economic and social stability and help preserve and maintain the family unit while providing guidance toward self-sufficiency.

 

LIHEAP Caseworker

Phone: 405-422-7476

General Assistance Caseworker

Phone: 405-422-7476

Supervised IIM Accounts Caseworker

Phone: 405-422-7592

Child Protective Service (CPS)/ Adult Protective Services (APS) Caseworker

Phone: 405-422-7400

Tribal Family Advocate & Prevention Social Worker

Phone: 405-422-7400

Foster Care Worker

Phone: 405-422-7654

Family Violence Advocate

Phone: 405-422-7476

Social Services Coordinator

Phone: 405-422-7923

Social Services Service Area

Below is a complete list of counties and communities that make up the service area for Social Services. Please refer to this when determining eligibility for any Social Services programs.

Beckham: Canute, Elk City, Eric, and Sayre

Blaine: Canton, Carlton, Eagle City, Geary, Greenfield, Hitchcock, Homestead, Hydro, Longdale, Okeene, Southard, and Watonga

Canadian: Calumet, El Reno, Mustang, Piedmont, Union City, and Yukon

Custer: Arapaho, Butler, Clinton, Custer City, Thomas, and Weatherford

Dewey: Aledo, Burmah, Cestos, Fay, Huckmac, Leedey, Oakwood, Putnam, Rhea, Seiling, Taloga, Tran, and Vici

Ellis: Arnett, Catesby, Fargo, Gage, Goodwin, Harmon, and Shattuck

Kingfisher: Cashion, Dover, Hennessey, Kingfisher, Loyal, and Okarche

Major: Ames, Bado, Cedar Springs, Chester, Cleo Spring, Dane, Fairview, Isabella, Meno, Orienta, Orion, Ringwood, and Drummond

Roger Mills: Cheyenne, Hammon, Reydon, and Strong City

Washita: Cloud Chief, Colony, Cordell, Corn, Cowden, Lake Valley, and Rocky

Woodward: City of Woodward ONLY

Social Services  
CSBG Emergency Cares Act COVID-19
General Assistance
LIHEAP

Substance Abuse Treatment

Substance Abuse Treatment

 
Substance Abuse Program Phone: 580-331-2370 Fax: 405-422-8282 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Substance Abuse Program, also referred to as the George Hawkins Memorial Treatment Center, contracts with the Indian Health Service to provide treatment and recovery options to any tribally enrolled member, 18 years of age or older, who is experiencing substance abuse-related issues. The program maintains a 16-bed residential facility in Clinton, with preference for acceptance given to Cheyenne and Arapaho members. Our goal is to offer culturally competent treatment for substance abuse in a highly structured environment that promotes healthy lifestyles and choices, while also providing encouragement, empathy, and assistance in the treatment and recovery process.

The George Hawkins Memorial Treatment Center provides clients a 90-day stay in a modern facility that is monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week. During that period, the program offers intensive in-patient services, including assessment, individualized treatment planning, group counseling, individual counseling, psycho-education, life skills training, and outside referrals to address any unmet needs.

In addition to the in-patient services, our clients attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, Narcotics Anonymous meetings, and 12-step study classes to assist with their recovery. We take pride in incorporating culturally competent treatment with the use of programs like White Bison and Red Road to Wellbriety. Traditional ways of healing are also offered through sweat lodges and cultural activities coordinated by staff.

Tribal Opioid Response Project

Tribal Opioid Response Project

 
Opioid Response (ChATor) Phone: (405)422-7452 Fax: 405-422-8299

Services

  • One-on-One Peer Recovery Support.
  • Support groups.
  • Telehealth Counseling
  • Opioid awareness and prevention education outreach.
  • Safe disposal bags for unwanted prescription medication.
  • Safety lock bags for prescription medication.
  • Recovery and healing teachings of Wellbriety.
  • Resources to prepare for recovery and reintegration into the community.

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Department of Transportation

 
Department of Transportation Phone: 405-295-6504 Fax: 405-422-8265 Contact Department
Angela Blind, Executive Director Phone: 405-262-0345, EXT. 27432 Fax: 405-422-8655 Contact Email
Paula Pawnee Special Projects Officer EXT. 27528 Contact Email
Anita Pawnee Executive Assistant EXT. 27468 Contact Email
Kristen Perez Administrative Assistant EXT. 27432 Contact Email

Tribal members who reside within the tribal jurisdiction live in small communities that are located long distances from public transportation systems. Most of the tribal communities have limited or no public transit service available. Many tribal members do not have access to private transportation for travel, works, medical and healthcare facilities, tribal services, or to purchase groceries. The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes are addressing the critical needs for access to transportation that will aid many tribal members who live on allotted lands with limited transportation alternative.

Provide safe modes of transportation infrastructures and improve the Tribes’ transportation system to advance the safety and mobility of Tribal member across the Tribes’ service area.

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Department of Transportation is organized in a manner in which to 1) conduct transportation planning, research, maintenance, engineering, rehabilitation, restoration, construction, and reconstruction of tribal transportation facilities; 2) provide operation and maintenance of transit programs and facilities that are located on, or provide access to, tribal land, or are administered by a tribal government; and 3) provide road maintenance.

Department of
Transportation
  
Driveway
Assistance Application
DAP Release of
Information Form
DAP Consent for Release of Information
Demand Response Flyer
Passenger Rules
Transit Brochure
2019 Transit Brochure Routes

 
Transportation Planning Division

Transportation Planning Division

 
Samuel Riffel, Transportation Planner Phone: 405-262-0345, EXT. 27682 Fax: 405-422-8655 Contact Department
Vacant GIS Analyst/Specialist    
Vacant Administrative Assistant    

The Transportation Planning Division is responsible for the development of effective plans and strategies to address the long-term transportation needs of Tribal members and how those needs will affect economic development, land use, traffic demand, public safety, health, and social interaction. This process includes updates to the National Tribal Transportation Facility Inventory (NTTFI), developing short- and long-range plans, developing Tribal Priority Lists and Tribal Transportation Improvement Programs (TTIP), mapping the Tribal road/facility inventory, and other transportation planning activities as needed.

The Division of Planning provides several important duties in its role within the Department of Transportation.

  • Coordinating with State, county, and local governments on regionally significant Tribal Transportation Program projects.
  • Providing data updates into the National Tribal Transportation Facility Inventory (NTTFI).
  • Facilitating public involvement.
  • Developing short- and long-range transportation plans.
  • Developing Tribal Transportation Improvement Program and Tribal Priority list.
  • Mapping of Tribal Road/Facility Inventory.
  • Performing transportation planning for operational and maintenance facilities.
  • Researching rights-of-way documents for project planning.
  • Performing traffic studies.
Road Construction Program

Road Construction Program

 
Road Construction Phone: 405-422-7342 Fax: 405-422-8265 Contact Department

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Road Construction Program (RCP) works to improve or reconstruct roads, bridges, and transportation infrastructure and facilities to help ensure the safe and efficient mobility of tribal members through our service area.

The Roads Construction Program(RCP) is responsible for improving the conditions of existing roads, eligible transportation infrastructures (i.e. parking lots, transit facilities, etc.), and structurally deficient bridges. The Roads Construction Program either provides the construction and/or reconstruction of projects under one or a combination of three (3) categories:

Federal Funded Projects:

Projects administered under the Roads Construction Program must meet two (2) basic requirements in which to qualify for Tribal Transportation Program funds under 25 CFR Part 170:

(1) Must be a public use road (open to the public)

(2) Must be identified within the Tribes’ Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRTP)

Special Projects:

Projects that have not yet been included within the Tribes’ LRTP that do not qualify for federal funds however that are deemed a priority are identified as Special Projects.  The Roads Construction Program must complete a Scope of Work and Project Proposal (budget) to include design, quality control, project management, construction, and project inspection costs and submit through the Executive Office prior to presenting to the Legislature for consideration and allocation of either Tax Commission or Gaming funds.  allocation of tribal funds.

Driveway Assistance Program:

The Driveway Assistance Program was developed to provide improved access to Tribal members homes through the construction or reconstruction of driveways.  The Driveway Assistance Program is a direct service program that does not meet the criteria for federal funds, therefore, the DAP relies on the allocation of Tribal funds.

Driveway Assistance Program

Driveway Assistance Program

 
Driveway Assistance Program Phone: 580-331-2600 / 1-800-247-4612, EXT. 27529 Fax: 405-422-8265 Contact Department

In collaboration with the Economic Development Program, the Cheyenne and Arapaho Driveway Assistance Program works to provide Tribal members with safe access to their homes through driveway improvements. To be eligible, a homeowner must complete an application and secure a CDIB and proof of home ownership. After an individual’s driveway is assessed and measured and a scope of the work plan is developed, a work order is issued and construction of a new driveway can begin.

The Driveway Assistance Program, or DAP, provides the necessary materials and labor to survey, design, and construct driveways to improve access to a Tribal member’s residence/home. Improvements may consist of redesigning, restructuring and/or rebuilding of a driveway to improve the surface condition in which to provide Tribal members the safety, economic and ease of access to their residence.

The applicant must be an enrolled Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribal member and own the home for which the driveway improvement is being requested.  When applying for the Driveway Assistance Program, the applicant must provide:

1)  Copy of CDIB or Complete the Enrollment Release of Information Form (included with application); and,

2) Copy of Warranty Deed, Quit Claim Deed or other proof of home ownership.

Department of
Transportation
  
Driveway
Assistance Application
DAP Release of
Information Form
DAP Consent for Release of Information
Demand Response Flyer
Passenger Rules
Transit Brochure
2019 Transit Brochure Routes

Safe Drivers Program

Safe Drivers Program

 
Department of Transportation Phone: 405-295-6505 Fax: 405-422-8265 Contact Department
Tribal Transit Program

Tribal Transit Program (TTP)

 
Tribal Transit Program Phone: 580-331-2600 /1-800-247-4612, EXT. 32600 Fax: 405-422-8274 Contact Department

To provide safe modes of transportation infrastructures and improve the Tribes’ transportation system to advance the safety and mobility of Tribal members across the Tribes service area.

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Transit (CATT), a Tribal Transit Program, was established and began operations in December 2010 through grants administered by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA).  The CATT office is located on the Clinton Reserve in Clinton, OK.  A Transit Coordinator, Transit Supervisor, Administrative Assistant, Dispatcher, and 6 Drivers currently administer and manages the transit operations. Fixed Route (FR) services utilizes four 12-passenger buses to transport throughout the Tribal communities with stops in Elk City, Hammon, Seilng, Canton, Watonga, Geary, El Reno and Oklahoma City and operate Monday through Friday. To accommodate other transportation needs throughout weekday evenings, weekends, and some holidays, Demand Response (DR) services are provided based upon the availability of drivers and vehicles. Demand Response transports are limited to work, school, medical, and supportive services. The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Transit’s goal is to extend its’ Fixed Route services into the Woodward community by providing a stop and implementing a new route through the deployment of another 12-passener bus (making it a total of five buses).

Department of
Transportation
  
Driveway
Assistance Application
DAP Release of
Information Form
DAP Consent for Release of Information
Demand Response Flyer
Passenger Rules
Transit Brochure
2019 Transit Brochure Routes

Transportation Safety Program

Transportation Safety Program

 
Transportation Safety Program Phone: 405-295-6504 Contact Department

The goal of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Transportation Safety Program (TSP) is to educate tribal members on the importance of motorist, bicycle, and pedestrian safety. The program offers innovative, hands-on activities designed to combat distracted and or impaired driving, increase bicycle and pedestrian safety, and promote the use of seatbelts and child protection systems in an effort to save lives.

The purpose and mission of the Tribal Transportation Safety Program are to educate and empower tribal members with the knowledge they need to become better and safer drivers in and around the Cheyenne and Arapaho service area.

The Tribal Transportation Safety Program (TTSP) provides innovative, hands-on community-based activities to combat distracted driving and impaired driving, educate on bicycle and pedestrian safety, and improve seat belt and child restraint system used in the tribal service area. The TTSP office is located on the Concho Reserve in Concho, OK, and consists of the Safety Coordinator and the Administrative Assistant. TTSP services include Defensive Driving Courses, Alive at 25 Courses, Car Seat Safety Events, Informational Booths/Safety promotion at Pow Wows, other cultural events, schools, colleges, and tribal offices. The Tribal Transportation Safety Program has two certified distracted driving instructors. Certified child passenger safety technicians are also available to properly install car seats and the Roads Building is a permanent fitting station.

The main intent of the TTSP is to improve transportation safety among Tribal members and the general public within the Tribes’ reservation boundary with the help of BIA, other law enforcement agencies, Safe Kids Oklahoma, and other tribal programs with the same goals and intentions. The C&A TTSP also hopes to decrease the number of injuries and fatalities among the individuals served across the Tribes’ service area.

Car Seat Checks

Expecting Mother's

Treasury
Home
Per Capita Office
Tax Commission
Home

Department of Treasury

 
Department of Treasury Phone: 405-422-7501 Fax: 405-422-8288 Contact Department

With a goal of promoting greater prosperity and security, the Treasury Department of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes focuses on the Tribes’ financial and economic systems. As part of this oversight, the Treasury Department is comprised of the Accounts Payable office, the Financial Office, the Office of Internal Audit, the Payroll/Travel office, the Per Capita office, and the Tax Commission.

Per Capita Office

Per Capita Office

 
Per Capita Office Phone: 405-422-7725 Fax: 405-422-8239 Contact Department

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. This distribution is paid directly from the net revenues of any tribal gaming activity.

This service is available for tribal members, including elders, living both inside and outside the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes’ tribal boundaries.

Tax Commission

Tax Commission (Motor Vehicle Division)

 
Motor Vehicle Division Phone: 405-422-7488 Tax: 405-422-8236 Contact Department

Payments and Extended Hours

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Tax Commission Motor Vehicle Division is now accepting credit/debit cards for new tag registrations and renewals.

Tax Commission Motor Vehicle will be operating on Monday 6/14/2021 at the New Treasury Building

Beginning May 10, 2021, the tag office is drive-thru only open Monday – Thursday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Free Veterans Car Tags

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Tax Commission Motor Vehicle Division is now offering tribal tags at zero cost for active duty and veteran tribal members.

For any active duty and veteran tribal member, the following are the official required guidelines and items to obtain a tag:

  • DD214-Honorable Discharge
  • An affidavit verifying CAC Card signed by the active duty member
  • The title must be in the individual’s name receiving the free tag along with any lien entry forms or lien releases
  • Insurance verification
  • Valid Driver’s license
  • Metal tag or paper tag on the vehicle
  • Maximum 3 tags per active duty/veteran
Free Tribal Elder Car Tags

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Tax Commission Motor Vehicle Division is now offering tribal elders 65 years and older tribal tags at zero cost.

For any tribal elder 65 years and older, the following are the official required guidelines and items to obtain a tag:

  • Tribal member elder 65 years of age and older
  • The title must be in the individual’s name receiving the free tag along with any lien entry forms or lien releases
  • Insurance verification card must be in tribal elder’s name
  • Valid Oklahoma driver’s license
  • Tribal I.D.
  • Metal or paper tag on the vehicle if registering for the first time
  • Maximum of 3 tags (new or renewal)

For any questions, contact the motor vehicle division at (405) 422-7483 or toll-free at (800) 247-4612, ext. 27483 or by email at mvd@cheyenneandarapaho-nsn.gov

Department of Treasury  
Application for Business License
Application For Motor Vehicle Registration Renewal
Certificate of Motor Vehicle Title
Veterans Tag Application

Tribal Forms
Elder Care  
90 Day Application
Affidavit Form
Yearly Application/Change of Address
Elder Care Brochure
Month To Month Verification
Resident Verification
Vendor Check Agreement

Emergency Management   
Emergency Management
Program Volunteer Form 

Higher Education  
Concurrent High School
/College Classes
HIE Scholarship Application
Higher Education Gaming Application
Rick West Art Scholarship Application
Senior Graduation Assistance

Dreams  
Central Intake Mail-In
Privacy Statement
Financial Needs Analysis
Training Self-Assessment
Employment Verification Form
30-Day Employment Verification Form
Survey of Needs

Dreams - TERO  
TERO Job Skills Bank Application
TERO Certification Application

Johnson O' Malley  
JOM Application
CDIIB Application
JOM Eligibility Requirements
JOM Educational Support
Asst. Form
JOM Gaming Application
JOM Honor Club
JOM Handbook & Guidelines
JOM Program Brochure
Out of Service Area
Program-Needs Assessment

Language and Culture  
Language Program Book
Order Form

Gaming Commissions  
Employee Gaming
License Application
Gaming Ordinance
Gaming License Application
for Principles
License Suitability Standards
Personal References for
Vendor Licensee
Renewal Employee Application
Tribe State of Oklahoma Compact

Emergency Medical Services  
EMS Program Brochure

Department of Health  
CHR Transportation Policy
Diabetes Wellness
Health Activities
Health Education Team
Health Goals
MPOWER

Substance Abuse Treatment  
Prevention

Social Services  
CSBG Emergency Cares Act COVID-19
General Assistance
LIHEAP

Head Start  
Head Start Application
Head Start Selection Criteria

Tribal Enrollment  
Adult Change of Address
CDIB II
Descendancy Application
Membership Application
Minor Change of Address
Relinquishment of
Tribal Membership Request
Request Tribal ID

R.E.s.P.E.C.T. Program  
Athletic Shoes
Camp & Clinic Assistance
College Student Athlete Assistance
Community Event Assistance
Elder Assistance
National & International Assistance
Ring & Jacket Assistance
Sports Frame Assistance
Team League & Uniform Assistance
Youth Sports & Recreation Assistance

Department of
Transportation
  
Driveway
Assistance Application
DAP Release of
Information Form
DAP Consent for Release of Information
Demand Response Flyer
Passenger Rules
Transit Brochure
2019 Transit Brochure Routes

Personnel   
Cheyenne and
Arapaho Application
Supplemental Applications

HOPE Program  
Employment Search
Form
HOPE Application
Release of IIM 2019
Residence Verification Form of 2019
HOPE Guidelines

Election Commission  
2019 Elections
Voter Registration Form

Burial Program  
Funeral Assistance
Grant Application
Headstone Application
Meal & Transportation
Assistance Application
Burial Brochure
Next of Kin

Department of Treasury  
Application for Business License
Application For Motor Vehicle Registration Renewal
Certificate of Motor Vehicle Title
Veterans Tag Application

Department of Housing  
2021 EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE
2021 Emergency Home Repair Application
Down Payment Assistance Application
Down Payment Assistance Policy
HUDVASH
Independent Living Center Housing Application
Mutual Help Application
Tribal Elder Lawn Service Application

Office of Veteran Affairs 
Walk/Run Participant Registration Form
Walk/Run Volunteer Registration Form
Operation Stand Down Volunteer Registration Form
Operation Stand Down Volunteer Service Agreement Form
Operation Stand Down Veteran Registration Form
Operation Stand Down Service Provider Form

Food Distribution  
Food Distribution Application
Change Report Form FY2020
Collateral Statement of Unemployment (UES) FY2020
Personal Wage Record
Verification of Living Arrangements FY2020

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