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An image displaying a plaque of the Seminole Trail of Tears, an old map and descriptive sheet about the Seminole Beginnings

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Senior Citizens Center (OAP)

History of the Title VI Programs

In 1978, the Older Americans Act (OAA) was amended to include Title VI, which established programs for the provision of nutrition and supportive services for Native Americans (American Indians, Alaskan Natives, and Native Hawaiians). The program has since expanded to include caregiver support services. Eligible Tribal organizations receive grants in support of the delivery of home and community-based supportive services for their elders, including nutrition services and support for family and informal caregivers.


Martha Wind, Older American Program Director, Seminole Nation of Oklahoma
PO Box 1498, 36645 US 270, Wewoka, OK 74884
Phone: 405-233-4441 ext. 9857 / Fax: 405-257-5273

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The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma