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Nutrition Programs

Committed to creating healthier generations of Chickasaw citizens, First Americans and surrounding communities, the Chickasaw Nation provides nutrition services and resources to end food insecurity for children, families and elders. Food distribution efforts are coupled with creative initiatives designed to put fresh produce on every table.

Along with providing balanced meals, food boxes and fresh fruits and vegetables, nutrition education and support is provided, building a community of knowledgeable consumers equipped to make lasting healthy choices for their families.  

Programs partner with local farmers’ markets, the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, USDA and other community organizations to offer foods that promote health and close the gap on food insecurity, as well as deliver encouragement and nutrition information.

Nutrition services offers much more than pantry staples. From ideas for quality time at the family dinner table, inspiration for new mothers and fun, culturally relevant lessons for children to economical, timesaving recipes, the Chickasaw Nation Nutrition Services department nourishes overall health.