Stocking ornaments with Christmas wishes from children in need of holiday cheer are available now to be picked-up by local Christmas angels
PAWHUSKA, Okla. (December 9, 2016) – The Osage Nation Financial Assistance Department is hosting the annual Tree of Gifts. The tree is filled with ornaments that list the Christmas wishes of children who receive supportive services from the Osage Nation through Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). The goal is for every child to receive a Christmas gift.
OSAGE NATION EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
WILDLAND FIRE MANAGEMENT
1071 Grandview Lane
PAWHUSKA, OK. 74056
918-636-4578 / 918-287-5225
Avoid the Silent Killer
Protect your family from CO poisoning with these USFA tips:
• Install and maintain CO alarms in a central location outside each separate sleeping area and on every level of your home to provide early warning of CO.
Funding to support meth and suicide prevention
Quality accredited mental and behavioral health services for the Osage Reservation community now includes help for children, women, and non-Natives
The Osage Nation Counseling Center is located in historic downtown Pawhuska, Okla., and can now provide accredited counseling services for people in need as young as four years old. (Photo by Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, ON Communications)
By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, ON Communications
Financial Assistance Program announces successful delivery of disability assistance and continued support for Osages in crisis
Osage News Editorial Board members Teresa Lamsam and Lu King were sworn-in today at the Osage Nation Courthouse by Trial Court Judge Marvin Stepson. Lamsam and King have previously served on the board and were reconfirmed for another three year term by the 4th Osage Congress during the 2016 HunKah Session on April 22. The Editorial Board is comprised of three selected individuals. The Chief selects one appointment, Congress selects the second and both of these individuals select the third board member, who is currently Jerri Jean Branstetter.