Housing & Community

Chickasaw citizens have access to programs to help with down payments or assistance with repairs, plus rental programs are available for those who aren't quite ready to take the leap into home ownership. Citizens even have the opportunity to pick out plants and sod for their homes. Additionally, there are a wide variety of community services available for Chickasaws from all walks of life.

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About Housing Services

Chickasaw Nation Citizen Benefits
The Division of Housing and Tribal Development was established to ensure that every Chickasaw citizen has access to affordable quality housing.

Housing and Community Services

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The Chickasaw Nation provides a variety of options for citizens to create the home sweet home that best suits their needs.

The Chickasaw Nation Storm Shelter Program

Terry Davis, Director of Housing Management Services
The Chickasaw Nation offers a storm shelter installation program to keep its citizens secure in these times of distress.

Chuka Chukmasi Loan Program

Kay Perry, Director of Counseling and Loan Services
The Chickasaw Nation's Chuka Chukmasi loan program helps citizens get into the home of their dreams.

The Chickasaw Honor Guard

Mike Reed, Chickasaw Nation Honor Guard
Through a special program led by a group of devoted individuals, the Chickasaw Nation works hard to honor military veterans from all walks of life.

Chickasaw Farms

Karla Windy Boy, Chickasaw Farms Manager
Citizens who own their homes are eligible to receive free landscaping through Chickasaw Farms.

Chickasaw Nation Division of Housing: The Mission

Wayne Scribner, Chickasaw Nation Secretary of Community Services
Wayne Scribner explains the history of the Division of Housing and Tribal Development.

Chickasaw Nation Division of Housing: Taking Advantage of Our Programs

Wayne Scribner, Chickasaw Nation Secretary of Community Services
Wayne Scribner emphasizes the importance of taking advantage of the programs and services the Chickasaw Nation provides.

Over 35 Years of Progress

Linda Robins
The Chickasaw Nation has experienced stability in leadership, which helps all programs and services continue to grow.