Chickasaw Children's Village

Chickasaw Nation Citizen Benefits

The Chickasaw Children's Village offers struggling kids a safe place to live and learn throughout the school year. Children at the Village range in age from first grade to seniors in high school, and they all stay in cottages with other students and house parents. Living at the Children’s Village gives students a chance to focus on their classwork while they're attending Kingston Public Schools. For more information, visit


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About Youth Services

Chickasaw Nation Citizen Benefits
The Chickasaw Nation offers a wide variety of benefits for its youngest citizens to set them up on the road to success.

Adolescent Treatment Center

Cindy Maynord, Adolescent Transitional Living Center Director
The Adolescent Transitional Living Center offers struggling teens a safe place to overcome challenges that may have created crises in their families.

Foster Care Program

Chickasaw Nation Citizen Benefits
The Foster Care Program was developed to provide temporary or permanent care for Native American children.

Strong Family Development Office

C.J. Aducci, Strong Family Development Director
At the Strong Family Development Office patients go through an assessment to determine how a therapist can best serve them.

Youth Stickball Team

Chickasaw Nation Citizen Benefits
Stickball is known as one of the oldest sports in the United States; warriors once used the game to settle disputes rather than waging war.

Dance Studio

Chickasaw Nation Citizen Benefits
The Chickasaw Dance Studio provides a space for all ages to express themselves creatively and improve physical fitness.