The Respond, Recover and Rebuild Disability Assistance Program Deadline is now extended to Friday, Nov. 13. Now open to all Disabled Cherokee Nation Veterans receiving VA benefits, who live both in and outside the Cherokee Nation reservation. Cherokees with disabilities living within the reservation may also apply for the $300 COVID assistance payment. Apply below.

Community Services

Youth and Adult Services

The Adult Resident and Community Youth Development Services was established to preserve the Cherokee Nation culture, language, and art through various community and individual activities and projects. Crafts and traditional activities remind our elders and educate our youth in the Cherokee Nation traditions. Along with crafts and activities which may include occasional presenters, this program can link the adult residents with other Cherokee Nation Services as needed.

Youth Development Services

The Youth Development Services was established to keep Cherokee youth connected to Cherokee heritage through arts and crafts, activities, and games.

Adult Resident Services

To build a relationship with adult housing residents through traditional activities and linking residents with other Cherokee Nation Services.