Southern Regional Office
SRO Available Services
Citizenship assists with obtaining citizenship replacement card, CDIB cards and accepting enrollment applications.
1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month 8am–5pm
Things to bring and consider:
- Original State Certified Birth Certificates.
- Social Security Card.
- Marriage certificates.
- If adopted, bring final decree adoption papers.
- Must bring all required documents.
- If card is damaged, bring old card in for a free replacement.
- If card is lost or stolen, replacement fee is $5 per card.
- No personal checks. Cash or money order only, exact change required.
- Photos for 12 years and older only.
- Parent or guardian must sign application.
The MCN Lighthorse Tribal Police has an office at the SRO.
The Human Services Program has representatives from Social Services, Energy, and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). Social Services staff will also accept School Clothing correspondence for routing to the Okmulgee office.
Center for Victim Services
The Center for Victim Services provides advocacy and support services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking in an effort to achieve safety, justice, and healing for individuals and their families. The CVS includes the SANE Program and Warriors Honor Women. The CVS also works with different communities to bring together key players in law enforcement, criminal justice, and other community systems to develop strategies and procedures focusing on domestic/sexual violence and the practices related to victims and offenders.
Muscogee (Creek) National Council
P.O. Box 158
Okmulgee, Oklahoma 74447
Tukvpvtce District Representatives
Head Start Program
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Head Start is a highly efficient preschool program that focuses on preparing children for educational and social development. Children learn to accept themselves, explore the environment, and learn on an individual basis, and as part of a group. Early childhood experiences determine how well a child performs in school and beyond. All children deserve a quality early educational experience. We want to enrich this developmental stage in each child’s life, as they become prepared for public school.
Office of Child Care
A child care center for children ages 6 weeks and up. Applications maybe picked up at the center.
Employment & Training
To provide career and educational opportunities through quality, culturally focused guidance to enhance self-sufficiency, involve community and family, and promote a stronger workforce.
The Tribal Transit Program provides public transit services within the Muscogee Nation Reservation. These services are available to anyone residing in the communities and are not limited to tribal citizens. Muscogee Nation Transit partners with Ki Bois Area Transit (KATS) to service areas where or when the Muscogee transit system is not available.
3rd Tuesday each month 10am–12pm.
The Office of Child Support Enforcement was created to
- Enhance the well-being of all Indian children.
- Promote the family unit.
- Provide assistance in obtaining support, locating parents, establishing paternity, establishing support obligations, and monitoring and enforcing those obligations.
Every Tuesday each month 9am–3pm.
We accept Cash, Check, or Money Order. Temporary and out of state checks are not accepted. At the moment, online or credit card payments are unavailable.
No events scheduled at this time.
Southern Regional Office
333 S. Washita
Wetumka, OK 74883
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Office: (405) 452-1100
Fax: (405) 452-1163