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  • About Us | Jena Choctaw
    For those members who live outside our area we have toll free numbers which are 1 877 595 6239 or 1 877 970 0109 I would like to ask all Tribal Members when you have an address or phone number change please call come by fax or email me at bchapman jenachoctaw org so I can make changes to our address list This is very important that you do this All departments at some time or other will be sending out about what is going on and we need your updated address Thank you for your cooperation Enrollment To become a member of the Jena Band of Choctaw Indians you must be related to one of the descends on our 1995 Tribal Roll You must fill out an Enrollment application and ancestry chart and you will be asked to submit copied documents such as a certified birth certificate social security card a marriage license is not required but you must have a DNA testing done You are responsible for making an appointment with the Health Department for DNA testing Please contact the Health Department at 318 992 2763 It usually takes about one week for the results of the DNA testing to be mailed to the Health Department At this time I will request the results by letter from them Once all documents are completed the Enrollment Specialist has 20 days to review all documents If everything is in order it will be sent to the Enrollment Committee which consists of 5 members The Enrollment Committee has 20 working days also to review and approve When approved by the Committee it will be sent to Chief and Tribal Council for their review and final approval For any questions please contact me Barbara Click here to for the enrollment application Newsletter

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  • Inter Tribal Council | Jena Choctaw
    of Louisiana and the Houma Tribe of Louisiana The purpose of ITCLA shall be to provide leadership advocacy and educational services and needs assessment on behalf of All Native Americans with the geographic area of the state of Louisiana with special emphasis being given to the employment and training needs of the American Indian Community The Inter Triabl Council of Louisiana provides manpower services to assist clients interested in returning to the workforce Services include assisting with job search creating a resumé preperation for job interviews consultation in regards to educational or technical training options The Inter Tribal Council of Louisiana also provides emplyment training through our Work Experience program designed for adults who have graduated or received his her GED and looking to get back into the workforce Also ITCLA provides summer employment training to youth who are looking to gain work experience for the summer ITCLA also has an extensive OJT On The Job Training Program This program allows us to work with local employers who hire participants on our program Employer will be reimbursed 50 of the training cost during a client s training period The Inter Tribal Council of Louisiana provides classroom training opportunities for American

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  • Tribal Attorney | Jena Choctaw
    and ClassIII gaming compact negotiations fee to trust applications sovereign immunity and limited waivers developing tribal law Federal court decisions intergovernmental agreements general contracts and loan documents Responsible for reviewing all contracts between the Jena Choctaw Indian Gaming Authority and third parties for coordinating with management the NIGC required financial and AUP audits and assisting management with patron claims and employee benefits and claims Responsible for assiting the Tribal Court

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  • Education | Jena Choctaw
    is for the tribal member to call the Education department and request application to be filled out prior to attending any university upon submission of the application the department will verify all documents and process the information All of our students have to maintain certain requirements under our Policy and Procedures Manual in order to retain assistance from the Tribe The Education department also helps individuals attend vocational training At Vo tech a student can learn a trade so that they may obtain a job in their community A Policy and Procedures manual mandates our vocational assistance program as well Vo tech offers training in air conditioning repair appliance repair automotive technology business nursing to name a few Other programs the education department offers are Tutoring our tutoring program is being offered via an education grant This allows us to offer assistance to our in school children that need extra assistance We offer tutoring twice a week during the school year Back to School assistance is also available to our children grades Pre K to 12th At the beginning of each school year we mail out gift cards in the amount of 75 to each student to help the families

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  • Health | Jena Choctaw
    practices into their families and promote a healthier life style and way of life for our tribal members 318 992 2763 hvanhoozen jenachoctaw org Contracted Services Professional contracted health services provided by the JBC health department include Physicians Dentist Optometrist ophthalmologists Dietician Pharmaceutical needs Wellness memberships Direct care services Direct Care services provided by the JBC Health department include Basic Screenings Medical Examinations Blood pressure testing Blood sugar testing A1c

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  • Social Services | Jena Choctaw
    eligible persons with services such as domestic counseling psychlogical evaluations as well as individual and family counseling and intervention We work in conjunction with DCFS Department of Children and Family Services advocate within the court system foster parents and children provide counsel for private adoptions and advocate within the local schools The Social Services Department works in conjunction with other tribal departments to provide children and youth activities such as

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  • Housing | Jena Choctaw
    is that it gives tribes more responsibility and more flexibility Tribes now have the flexibility to determine Who they serve What types of products and services they offer and How they will deliver programs and projects NAHASDA also Provides for an Indian Housing Block Grant IHBG Both the annual grant received by tribes and the program that directs the use of this grant are known as IHBG IHBG is a formula driven program that provides funding to eligible tribes nationwide Makes the IHBG and other assistance directly available to Indian tribes rather than to IHAs Tribes may run the program directly or may designate a tribally designated housing entity TDHE to administer it on their behalf In order to interpret and implement NAHASDA regulations were developed by HUD and tribes nationwide through negotiated rulemaking The process of developing the regulations was mandated by Section 106 b of the Statute The regulations were developed using a 58 member Negotiated Rulemaking Committee This Committee included tribal members from across the country as well as HUD staff This unusual way of writing regulations is significant because this was the first step in implementing the self determination intention of NAHASDA The IHBG regulations Replace the U S Housing Act of 1937 1937 Act regulations at 24 CFR Part 950 and Set forth the necessary policies and procedures for the administration of grants made to eligible recipients under the IHBG program Indian Housing Plan The IHP is a planning document for the recipient that is required by HUD prior to awarding any IHBG funds to an eligible recipient The IHP spells out how the recipient intends to use the funds it receives under the IHBG The key components of the IHP includes The IHP consists of two main parts the Five Year Plan and the

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  • Transportation | Jena Choctaw
    communities and provide a safe travel way for all The goal of our office is to not only establish these travel ways but also to help provide the network of transportation and infrastructure needed to establish an economically self supporting government and way of life of all our members From time to time when our ancestors used hunting trails and war party trails through the Great Choctaw Removal to the

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