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Reintegration Program

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615 E. Corporation St.
Henryetta, OK 74437
Phone: 918-549-2620
Toll Free: 1-800-259-1059
Fax: 918-652-2678

 

MISSION

The mission of the Reintegration Department is to protect the public by offering quality reentry services to Mvskoke citizens and re-invest positive citizens back into our communities.

 

If you would like to apply for Reintegration services please fill out the intake form and submit it to the Reintegration office for approval. You may submit your intake by mail, fax, email, or visit our office. Contact our office to submit intake by email. If you would like a tour of the Reintegration Facility please contact Keith Green at 918-549-2630.

 

If you have any questions about the Reintegration Program please feel free contact our office at the number given above.

HOUSING

ON SITE – Clients are able to reside at our 36 bed living facility located next to our office building. Each unit has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms along with a living area, kitchen, and laundry room. The living facility is for clients in need of emergency housing and does not house family members or friends of the participant.

OFF SITE – Clients can be active and live off campus but must have full-time employment in order to receive assistance with rent and utilities.

​In order to receive housing assistance you must be an active client of the Reintegration Program.

FOOD & CLOTHING

Clients are able to receive assistance with food ($150) and clothing ($300).

In order to receive food & clothing assistance you must be an active client of the Reintegration Program.

DRIVER LICENSE REINSTATEMENT

Clients are able to receive assistance with getting their license reinstated if it has been suspended/revoked. Assistance includes drug/alcohol assessment, DUI classes, Victims Impact Panel, Interlock Device fees, and Reinstatement fee.

In order to receive driver license reinstatement assistance you must be an active client of the Reintegration Program.

 

ELIGIBILTY CRITERIA

  • Must have a felony conviction
  • Must be an enrolled Creek citizen
  • Reside within Muscogee (Creek) Nation Jurisdiction
  • Pre-release 6 months/Post release 2 years

 

For more information regarding services please contact our office at 918-549-2620.

Smart Re-Entry

Services

  • Housing – Clients are able to live off site and receive assistance up to a maximum amount of $550 for rent for 5 months per client. Clients also have the option of living on site at the Reintegration living facility.
  • Utilities – Cost and Deposit $300 per client
  • Food & Clothing – Food ($150) Clothing ($300) per client

 

Eligibility Criteria

  • Female ages 18 and older
  • Must have a DOC or County number
  • Enrolled (Creek) Citizen
  • Must be released from a county jail within the Muscogee (Creek) Nation jurisdiction
  • Client must contact Smart Re-Entry staff before being released from jail to start the application process

 

For more information regarding Smart Re-Entry services please contact our office at 918-549-2620.

Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program 

Services

  • Job Skills & Vocational Training (Funds to help you get the training needed for employment)
  • Resume & Employment assistance
  • Essential Needs (Supportive services related to the assistance of work clothing/tools & transportation)
  • Behavioral Health counseling & Medical health referrals
  • Direct housing assistance and/or referrals
  • Veterans’ benefits assistance
  • Tribal benefits referrals

 

Eligibility Criteria

  • Homeless or at-risk of homelessness
  • Veteran with one day active service with discharge of honorable or general. Preference given to enrolled members of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation or another federally recognized tribe preferred.
  • Must reside in the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Jurisdiction
  • If incarcerated must be discharged within 3 – 4 months

 

To submit application online go to https://www.cognitoforms.com/HVRP1/Apply

 

Contact HVRP Staff for more information at 918-549-2620

Deana Votra – Coordinator – dvotra@muscogeenation.com

Tacia Berryhill – Case Manager – tberryhill@muscogeenation.com

Janan Powell – Career Coordinator – japowell@muscogeenation.com

Youth Services

 

Services

  • Food & Clothing
  • Court Adovacy
  • Mentorship
  • Life sustaining needs
  • Drug testing
  • Impaired Vision Course
  • Speak outs
  • Community Service hours
  • Life Skills

 

Eligibility Criteria

  • Must be an enrolled (Creek) citizen
  • Ages 14-19 (case by case)
  • In custody of Oklahoma Juvenile Affairs
  • Reside within (Creek) Nation boundaries
  • At-risk Youth

 

For more information regarding youth services please contact our Youth Advocate Jay Fields at 918-549-2626

Fiber Technician Training

Fiber Technician Training Enrollment Form 

FIBER TECHNICIAN TRAINING PROGRAM MCN REINTEGRATION & OSUIT

START DATE JULY 12, 2021 (12 WEEKS)
CLASS SCHEDULE – MON-FRI 8AM-4PM (NO CLASS ON WEDNESDAYS) LOCATION: 615 E CORPORATION, HENRYETTA, OK 74437

CONTACT
MARK HARJO – OUTREACH SPECIALIST, REINTEGRATION 918-549-2632 |MARHARJO@MCN-NSN.GOV

Fiber Technician Training Program: The training will be delivered as traditional, face-to-face, instructor led format. Training will last for 8 weeks with a 4-week paid internship immediately following. Certificates of Achievement will be earned upon completion of the training courses.

This short course training program is designed to train individuals in the Fiber Technician trade. Covered topics will include: Pole climbing; including learning to climb in the power zone, jigging or pulling fiber from start to finish, introduction to fiber splicing; both residential and commercial, learning to splice, hanging strand and fiber and lashing them together, hanging self-support and sagging to proper tension & troubleshooting. OSHA 10 and CPR certification are also included.

MATERIALS PROVIDED
̈ Student climbing gear as required to be used during the duration of the

training and other related training supplies. ̈ Course materials/supplies
̈ Pre-Test and Post-Test Exams
̈ Certificate of Achievement

REQUIREMENTS
MUST BE ABLE TO OBTAIN A CDL
MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A PHYSICAL & DRUG SCREENING MUST BE ABLE TO TRAVEL FOR WORK
MUST PROVIDE FUNDING SOURCE FOR TUITION FEES
BE 18 YEARS OF AGE WHEN FINISHING TRAINING

This training currently has an employment placement rate of 100%. Seven companies are currently in partnership with OSUIT to provide internships and employment upon completion of the program. These companies include: Ervin Cable, Superior Utilities, and USA Cable.

Staff

Tony Fish – Program Manager

James Bender – Sr. Case Worker

Mark Harjo – Outreach Specialist

Monique Johnson – Case Worker

Andrew Stacy – Case Worker

Caressa Lewis – Case Aide

Emily Lane – Van Driver/Case Aide

Shelby Rex – Smart Re-Entry Case Worker

Dean Williams – Maintenance Supervisor

Derrick Dan – Maintenance Laborer

Annetta Molet – Housekeeping

Anthony Munds – Landscape Helper

Mike Whitlow – Lead Resident Assistant

Walter Lewis – Resident Assistant

Charles Hicks – Resident Assistant

Deana Votra – HVRP Program Coordinator

Tacia Berryhill – HVRP Case Worker

Janan Powell – HVRP Career Coordinator

Jay Fields – Youth Advocate

Belinda Hicks – Project Coordinator

Shannon Henry – Attorney

Ryan Randleman – Counselor

Wanda Bruner – Receptionist

Reintegration Program

615 E. Corporation St.

Henryetta, OK 74437

Phone:918-549-2620

Toll Free: 1-800-259-1059

Fax: 918-652-2678

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