Welcome to the Kaw Nation

Welcome to Kaw Nation
Welcome 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.

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Kaw Nation Child Care Development Fund
With increasing Native American populations, the Kaw Nation recognizes the need to assist families with their child care costs.

The Kaw Nation CCDF Program provides child care assistance to Native American families whose members are working or attending school.

For more information or to apply online visit www.kawnation.com/ccdf
Veteran’s Affairs


The Kaw Nation now has a Indian Veteran Representative to assist vets with the below:
  • Filing claims for disabilities
  • Widows Pension
  • Pension for vets that are NSC
  • Medical Benefits
  • Education
  • Dependency Indemnity Compensation
  • Misc. Vet Info
See More Information Here
Attention Hunting & Fishing License holders: Kaw Nation EPA is currently updating our current Hunting & Fishing License system, to better serve the tribal community. We are in the process of collecting information from all Hunting & Fishing license holders. Kaw Nation EPA is asking all Hunting & Fishing license holders to contact us.

Please contact Lana Burke by phone, email or by mail.
Kaw Nation Enrollment
Drawer 50, Kaw City, OK 74641
Phone: 580-269-2552
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.
Kaw Nation Child Support Services
The Kaw Nation Child Support Program is dedicated to providing a pathway toward strengthening family responsibility and thereby empowering children with opportunities for emotional, social, physical and spiritual well-being.

Find Out More Here!

Download our NEW brochure here


Permit Procedure Changes

November 30, 2021
United States Department of the Interior
Washington D.C. 20240
In Reply Refer to: FWS/CLE/076043
Dear Tribal Leader:
During 2018, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) held several Tribal consultation sessions on potential changes to 50 CFR 22.22 (What are the requirements concerning permits for Indian religious purposes?) regulations. Tribes identified the eagle feather […]

Car Seats – Kaw Nation Injury Prevention Program

Announcement regarding dual enrollment

Announcement regarding dual enrollment:
Constitution  of the Kaw Nation, Article III, Section 1 (B) (1) provides as follows:
(B) All persons who are descendants by blood of an original Kaw Indian allottee or allottees whose name or names appear on the 1902 Kaw Indian Allotment Roll, except the following persons:

Those persons otherwise entitled to […]

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