What is the Food Distribution Program?
The Food Distribution Program is a federal program that provides USDA foods to low-income households residing in approved areas in Oklahoma. To be eligible to participate, the household must contain at least one person who is a member of a federally-recognized tribe.
Eligible households are certified based upon income and resource standards set by the federal government and must be recertified at least every 12 months.
The area served by the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma Food Distribution Program extends from four miles East of Carnegie on Highway 58; South to the northern Comanche county line; East to the western Grady county line; and North to the Washita River.
How Do I Apply?
Application for the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma Food Distribution Program are available at the office/warehouse location or you can download the application below.
Households may file an application on the same day they contact the Food Distribution Program.
All applications received by the program will be processed within seven days (excluding weekends & holidays) of the date received.
Meet the Staff:
The Apache Tribe Food Distribution Program staff are:
Director: Karen Tehauno
Certifier: Theresa Sheridan
Admin Asst: Jennifer Boynton
Warehouseman: Marty Nordine
Warehouseman: Ronald Wetselline
Contact the Apache Tribe Food Distribution Program:
Phone: (405) 247-5883 or (405) 247-4973
Fax: (405) 247-3078