Indian Child Welfare


The Indian Child Welfare Program provides services to at-risk Thlopthlocco families in order to prevent removal of a child from their family.

The Safe and Stable Families Program provides family preservation and support services to Native Americans residing within Okmulgee, Okfuskee and Hughes counties with a priority for Thlopthlocco Tribal Town families which include:

  • Intake for child abuse / neglect reporting
  • Budgeting education
  • Parenting skills
  • Health and Nutrition education
  • Writing resumes
  • Limited financial assistance

Participants will be placed on a Voluntary Service Plan for 60 - 120 days depending on their family needs. The Social Worker will conduct regular home visits to monitor their progress and assure that family needs are met.

For more information, please contact the Social Service or Indian Child Welfare offices. Contact information is provided below.