Who doesn't want a healthy and happy family? Luckily, Chickasaw families have access to youth camps and clubs to inspire and encourage young people. Cultural workshops and directories connect families to their tribe. And a full range of crisis intervention programs help families when they need it the most.
The WIC program is a nutrition program that serves women, infants, and children and provides key nutrients that are important during critical growth periods such as pregnancy or the first year of life or those first four years of life for children. Through the program, expecting mothers can work with nutritionists, peer counselors, and lactation consultants to make the best decision about feeding their baby. For more information about the Chickasaw Nation WIC program, visit Chickasaw.net.