Local Programs

See the positive difference that the Chickasaw Nation is making at the local level. From extensive community support to philanthropic service, learn about the communities that have benefited from the efforts of the Chickasaw tribe.

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Thackerville Community Impact

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce
Small towns in rural areas benefit from Chickasaw Nation investment in their communities.

Chickasaw Nation Division of Housing: Benefiting Entire Communities

Wayne Scribner, Chickasaw Nation Secretary of Community Services
Chickasaw citizens aren't the only people who benefit from the programs and services offered by the Chickasaw Nation.

Community Support for Law Enforcement

Jason O'Neal, Former Lighthorse Police Chief
A trailblazer in Oklahoma, the Chickasaw tribe has provided direct funding for the creation of the Lighthorse Police Department and its officers.

Community Benefits of Sick Child Care

Gary Wear
Sick Child Care isn't restricted to Chickasaw citizens— it's open to the entire community.

Chickasaw Nation Division of Youth and Family: Benefitting the Entire Community

Jay Keel
Jay Keel explains why he feels that the achievements and accomplishments of the Chickasaw Nation benefit everyone.

Chickasaw Nation Arts and Humanities Building

Tim Elliott
Tim Elliott outlines the conceptualization and development of the Chickasaw Nation Arts and Humanities Building.

April 15, 2011 – ReUse Center

Chickasaw Nation News
The Chickasaw Nation ReUse Center in Ada is making a difference in the lives of many, while helping the environment.

A Part of the Community

Matt Neumeyer
Matt Neumeyer received numerous care packages from the Chickasaws during the time he was deployed in Iraq.