KickapooTribe
of Oklahoma


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The Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma’s original reservation boundaries of services are starting where the Deep Fork river intersects with the Indian Meridian (NW) preceding east along the Deep Fork river to state Hwy 18, then south on Hwy 18 to north of the City of Shawnee, then west to Kickapoo Street in Shawnee. Then south on Kickapoo Street to the North Canadian River (now known as the Oklahoma River), then west along the river to the Indian Meridian and back north to the beginning. Social Services
Department

P.O. Box 70
Mcloud, OK 74851
Phone: (405) 964-4219
Fax: (405) 964-4230


Mission Statement

The Mission of the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma Social Services Department is to maximize the quality of life of all Kickapoo Tribal members and Native Americans residing within the Kickapoo Tribal Jurisdiction and to work in partnership among other tribal programs and federal agencies to reduce inequalities, improve well-being, promote individual independence and enrich Native Americans’ lives through learning and tribal culture. 

The Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma Social Services Department is committed to providing leadership in identifying unmet needs and working to provide appropriate programs and services, and dedicated to the delivery of services in a professional manner that respects the dignity of all Native Americans we serve.

Social Services Programs:

  Adult Protective Services

  FEDERAL SOCIAL SERVICES AND WELFARE ASSISTANCE

  LOW INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (L.I.H.E.A.P.)    NOVEMBER (WINTER)
      JULY (SUMMER)

  SCHOOL CLOTHING ALLOWANCE PROGRAM(AUGUST to SEPTEMBER)

  TRIBAL GENERAL ASSISTANCE (GA)

Staffs:

Director

David James


Adult Protective Services

Beverly Manley


Federal Caseworker

Jamie Scott

(Ta No De Cua)


Receptionist

Macy Suke

(E NI SI MO CUA)


Tribal Case Worker

Michelle Correa