The official site of Kaw Nation

Welcome to Kaw Nation
On behalf of the Kaw Nation, I want to welcome you to our new and revised website.

This website is built for tribal citizens and site visitors to seek answers to the many services we offer. We encourage you to contact individual departments.

Thank you for visiting and come back anytime.
Chairwoman Elaine Huch, 2014-18
Read The Rest of Ms. Huch’s Welcome Here
Kaw Word of the Week

ánmanche ‘next' | Listen | Puzzle

Ex:nba wakándagi ánmanche shídohinga wíta agítonbeci ble ta minkhé. ‘I will go to see my son next week.’

Click here to download the Kaw Dictionary.

Visit the WebKanza to explore the Kaw language.

Kanza Wellness Center

As you try to keep warm through the winter, stop by the Kanza Wellness Center to heat up your muscles. The Kanza Wellness Center contains an array of machines and equipment to suit your goals. Feel free to ask our trainers for help or training advice. Our pool is heated if you need a relaxing swim.
Take a look at the classes we offer.
Try our workouts, which are designed for different skill sets.
Keep track of your exercise with our printable workout logs.
Domestic Violence Program
Kaw Nation is opening a new domestic violence program. This will be a comprehensive program that serves Native American women who are victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Direct services include emergency crisis and legal advocacy and counseling.

See a list of additional services for intimate domestic violence victims.

Kanza Health Clinic

The Kanza Health Clinic is committed to providing a continuum of care for Native Americans, with primary care, dental care and other services. The clinic operates by appointment only.

Visit the Kanza Health Clinic website to explore the services.

Read about the upcoming expansion of the clinic.

Get essential information about the health care exemption for Native Americans.
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Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting, Tuesday, December 8, 2015.

Tribal Council members, Patti Kramer, Gena Warren, Erin Kekahbah, Jim Lessert, Elaine Huch (Chair), Terry Pepper and Jason Murray.


    CCDF children sing carols.

    The CCDF children decorated the office doors of the Kaw City offices.
    They sang songs in the Kaw language.  Charlie Huffman and Storm Jones have taught the children three times a week for the past two months.  They also sang songs for the Newkirk Christmas Parade.
    The CCDF children singing songs in the Kaw language.
    Chair Elaine Huch […]


      December 7, 2015 Soft Opening of Southwind Casino Braman




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