Chickasaw Nation Division of Youth and Family: The Chickasaw Boys and Girls Clubs

Jay Keel

Jay Keel explains the origin and philosophy of the Boys & Girls Clubs, which are designed to be a positive place for kids to go. Serving more than 100 young people, Chickasaw Boys & Girls Clubs are located throughout the Nation and are open to both Native American and non-Native American children.

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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.

Foster Care & Adoption Program

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

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