Southern Regional Office
1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month 8:00 am – 5:00 pm; Lunch from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Citizenship assists with obtaining citizenship replacement card, CDIB cards and accepting enrollment applications.
For more information, please call (918) 732-7941
Things to bring and consider:
Original State Certified Birth Certificates
Social Security Card
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
(918) 732-7941 ext. 7950
The MCN Lighthorse Tribal Police has an office at the SRO.
If you need assistance is needed call: (918)732-7800.
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.
For Social Services and Energy information, please call 452-452-1102.
For School Clothing information, please call 918-549-2473.
For TANF, please call 918-732-7985.
Family Violence Prevention Program
The FVPP provides a variety of advocacy supportive services to survivors of domestic, dating and sexual violence as well as stalking and human trafficking. Services include: safety planning, court advocacy, Sexual Assault Nurse Exams (SANE), Domestic Violence Nurse Exams, assistance with filing emergency protective orders, accompaniment to court, assistance in locating shelter, legal assistance, counseling, survivor support activities and referrals to a variety of other programs and services.
There is a full-time advocate who offices out of SRO, however; the Advocate is often in the field providing services. Services can be accessed by calling the main FVPP office at 918-732-7979 and appointments can be scheduled with the Advocate housed at the SRO.
Muscogee (Creek) National Council
P.O. Box 158
Okmulgee, Oklahoma 74447
Office (918) 758-1410
Fax (918) 756-6812
Tukvpvtce District Representatives
Thomasene Yahola Osborn (539) 286-4503
Anna Marshall (918) 500-3764
For more information please call (405) 452-1180.
Office of Child Care
A child care center for children ages 6 weeks and up. Applications maybe picked up at the center.
For more information please call (405) 452-1112.
Employment & Training
For more information please call (405)452-1155 or (918)732-7777
“Our goal is to provide you with a safe and reliable ride at an affordable cost.”
Tribal Transportation provides transit services within the (11) Muscogee (Creek) Nation tribal jurisdictional boundaries. These services are available to anyone in the communities and are not limited to tribal citizens.
For more information, please call (405) 452-1182 or Okmulgee Office (918) 732-7909
3rd Tuesday of each month 10:00am to 12:00pm.
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.For more information about MCN Child Support or to download an application, please visit www.mcnchildsupport.com or call (918) 295-0800.
Every Tuesday of each month 9:00am to 3:00pm. Lunch from 11:00am to 11:45am
For more information please call (405)452-1153 or Okmulgee office (918)756-6374
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.
For more information or questions, please contact us at (405)452-1100 or fax (405)452-1163
Southern Regional Office
333 S. Washita
Wetumka, OK 74883
8:00 am – 5:00 pm