We are here to help

The ongoing development of COVID-19 has changed the way we live and work. We are here to offer some help. We hope the below resources and tips help each of you move forward during this difficult time.


It’s important to stay informed and connected, even as we are apart from friends and family. As a community, we can get through this by staying healthy and following the advice of health officials who urge us to continue practicing social distancing guidelines, among other things. We will do our best to help you along this journey.

DISCLAIMER: All content is provided as information only and should not be construed as medical or legal advice. If you have been exposed to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), or are experiencing symptoms of the disease, call your doctor/medical professional.

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AYA Kids Resources

With social distancing guidelines in effect, many schools closed and some child care options unavailable, many children are spending more time at home than usual. We’ve rounded up some AYA character sheets, masks and coloring items for some fun entertainment throughout the day.

Homeland Journey Activity Sheet

Cattlemen Activity Sheet

Homeland Character Masks

Cattlemen Character Masks

Homeland Journey Coloring Book

Your Well-being Is Important

Taking care of yourself and your family is important but sometimes difficult. Self-care strategies are good for your mental and physical health and can help you take charge of your life. Take care of your body and your mind and connect with others to benefit your mental health.

Take deep breaths, stretch or meditate


Get outside—it’s great for physical and mental health


Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals and snacks


Exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep.


Remember your mental health is just as equally important as your physical health. Need ideas on how to keep a positive mindset through this all?


Chickasaw At-Home Resources

The Chickasaw Nation offers at-home resources for the whole family. You can incorporate these learning activities into your family’s daily routine. Whether you are interested in learning more about Chickasaw history, culture, language or cooking healthy recipes, the resources below have something for you.

  • Chickasaw curriculum for educators
  • Links for kids to learn Chickasaw language and culture
  • Information about Chickasaw films and videos
  • Ideas for healthy food choices


Remember, you are strong.

We will get through this together.
Stay active, stay healthy and stay safe for you and your family.

From your friends at

As you walk and improve your health, learn more about the history and culture of the Chickasaw Nation.