The Citizen Potawatomi Nation dedicates resources through federal funding, grants and tribal revenue to provide these and other services to the tribal and community citizens who need them most.

Citizen Potawatomi Nation serves thousands of families in our communities by providing child care, children and family services, family support programs and youth programs.

Donnette Littlehead, CPN Child Development Center, FireLodge Children & Family Services, CPN Family Violence Program House of Hope, Indian Child Welfare, Child Protection services, Family Preservation Services, Family and/or Domestic Violence Victim Services, Sexual Assault Victim Services, Domestic Violence Program, Oklahoma Safeline, Project Safe, Citizen Potawatomi Nation Tribal Police 24hr Dispatch, National Domestic Violence Hotline, FireLodge Tribal Youth Council, Women Infants and Children, WIC, Shelley Schneider, Tammy Wood, Angie Igo, Shalan Pearson, Sarah Dailey, Indian Child Welfare

Domestic Violence Program

It is primary goal of the domestic violence program to stop the cycle of violence and abuse. The program offer clients emergency shelter, counseling services, legal assistance, emergency transportation and financial assistance.  In addition to these services, the House of Hope staff educates family members through parenting classes.

Child Development

The Child Development Center is a three-star facility licensed by Indian Health Services for up to 400 children. The facility offers two infant rooms, two toddler rooms, a two-year-old program, three-year-old program, a four and five-year-old program and a before and after school program.

FireLodge Children and Family Services

FireLodge Children and Family Services serves as a local resource to the community for confidential services geared toward youth and families. An emphasis is placed on Native Americans to enhance, enrich, and develop cultural awareness in the areas of health and wellness.

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