COVID-19 UPDATES

The health and safety of Chickasaws, employees and patrons is our main priority. As the coronavirus, or COVID-19, spreads globally and cases rise in the U.S., some Chickasaw Nation events, classes, facilities, etc., will be postponed, closed or canceled out of an abundance of caution. 

For more information regarding the coronavirus as it relates to the Chickasaw Nation, please visit our information pages below. We will continue to update these pages regularly as the situation progresses. Thank you for your understanding during this time.

  COVID-19 INFORMATION   CANCELLATIONS & CLOSINGS

Services

COVID-19 UPDATES

Certain Chickasaw Nation programs, services and offices have been modified to continue to serve while also observing the best possible safety protocols. Visit the COVID-19 INFORMATION page for the latest updates and information. We will continue to provide updates as the situation progresses.

Chickasaw Nation Residents - These services are available only within the Chickasaw Nation's boundaries.

Chickasaws At-Large - These services are available only outside the Chickasaw Nation's boundaries.

All Service Areas (Both) - These services are available both within and outside the Chickasaw Nation's boundaries.

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Service About Service Area
Behavioral Health Services

Behavioral health providers believe mental health concerns and stress can affect the whole family. They have open services available that can include the entire family unit. ...

Both

Acute Care

The Chickasaw Nation Medical Center Acute Care department serves a variety of patients that are needing supervised nursing care, in an acute-care setting, recovering from surgery or from illness. Our 38-bed unit features private rooms with flat screen televisions for enhanced comfort, privacy and security. ...

Both

Aalhakoffichí (A Place For Healing)

Aalhakoffichi’ “a place for healing,” serves Chickasaw, and other Native American, youth and their families in need of support and recovery services stemming from significant mental health, substance abuse and family relational issues.

Both

Audiology

The audiology program provides services in the diagnosis of hearing loss and ear disorders. Services include, newborn hearing screening, pediatric hearing evaluations, adult hearing evaluation, hearing aid fittings and repairs. ...

Both

AYA - Your Fitness Journey

AYA is an interactive mobile walking app designed to keep you moving by combining physical activity with Chickasaw history and culture. This unique technology allows you to take a walk through history and unlock new cultural and historical content along your fitness journey. ...

Both

Chickasaw Senior Golf Academy

The Chickasaw Senior Golf Academy is for Chickasaw senior citizens. Participants are taught putting techniques, driver techniques, chip shots, short game and full swings. Regardless of golf knowledge, this academy is designed to improve the participant’s skill set. ...

Both

Behavior Health Psychiatry

The psychiatric services team provides a psychiatric evaluation for the diagnosis and pharmacological treatment of many mental illnesses, including depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, ...

Both

Batterer’s Intervention Services

O.T.A.P (Own violence, Take responsibility, Act respectfully Program) is a 52-week domestic violence education program providing a cognitive behavioral approach with an emphasis on culture, history and Native American traditions. ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Cardiology

The cardiology lab provides inpatient/outpatient cardiovascular testing. Cardiology performs electrocardiogram (EKG), Holter monitors, ankle-brachial index (ABI) and stress tests. Cardiovascular ultrasounds include EKG’s, venous/arterials and carotid ultrasounds.

Both

Himonaꞌ Program “To Wait”

The purpose of the Himonaꞌ program is to offer abstinence education and training for youth and their family members. The Himonaꞌ program’s goal is to help youth identify healthy relationships, develop skills to make good decisions and set goals for the future, while understanding and avoiding sexual transmitted diseases (STD). ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Case Management

Chickasaw Nation Tribal Health Case Management provides the information they need to make informed decisions regarding health care by: ...

Both

Get Fresh! Nutrition Program

Get Fresh! encourages healthy ways to prepare food and provides nutrition information through entertaining cooking shows. These shows are offered monthly at the nutrition services sites in Ada, Ardmore, and Purcell or may be scheduled by reque...

Online Application Available

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Chickasaw Nation Tribal Health

Resource Assistance The program provides tribal citizens assistance with unmet medical care up to $5,000 annually. This service is designed to assist citizens with medical expenses when all other resources have been exhausted and to serve as a supplement to contract health services that provide necessary medical services for the on-going care from the Chickasaw Nation Department of Health (CNDH) to maximize medical care.

Online Application Available

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Chikasha House

The Chikasha House, located on the campus of Chickasaw Nation Medical Center (CNMC), provides families or caregivers of patients admitted to CNMC a convenient and relaxing “home away from home” lodging facility. ...

Both

Medical Family Therapy

Medical family therapy is a unique approach to overall health that addresses the biological, psychological, social and spiritual health of patients and their families in a medical setting. Medical family therapists provide patients with an opportunity to connect to resources that may aid in improving overall quality of life. The medical family therapist is part of the care team, which also includes medical providers, nursing staff and case managers. ...

Both

Community Health Representative (CHR)

This community health representative program promotes the highest possible health level of Native Americans by providing medically-guided primary health care services where no other resource is available. Services offered by the CHR program include: patient advocacy, liaison between clients and tribal and community resources, patient education and health promotion/disease prevention.

Both

Child and Adult Care Food Program/Summer Food Service Program

Working diligently to provide nutritious, delicious meals to children age one through 18, the child and adult care food program (CACFP) and summer food service program serves during the school year, on school breaks and during the summer months when the National School Lunch Program is not available. ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents

Dental

The Chickasaw Nation Dental Clinic is located on the second floor within the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center, and services are also available at all three satellite clinics. Our dental clinic team consists of hygienists, general dentists, oral surgeons, pediatric dentist, endodontist, and is supported by dental assistants and dental therapists. ...

Both

Denture Program

The denture program provides one pair of dentures per qualified individual once every five years, including fitting, adjustments and repairs. Eligible individuals must complete a dental exam and receive a referral through one of the Chickasaw Nation Department of Health dental clinics.

Both

Farm to School Program

Empowers children and their families to make informed food choices while strengthening the local economy and contributing to build vibrant communities. ...

Chickasaw Nation Residents