The Kiowa Food Distribution will reopen April 2, 2020, at 8:30; regular business hours will resume throughout the month. Please remember to be patient and courteous as the Kiowa Tribe and staff continues to work tirelessly for all tribal members. For any questions call Food Distribution Director at (580) 670-0712.
The Kiowa Tribe Food Program has been in existence since August 1982. The Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDIPR) is a federal program that provides USDA foods to low-income households residing in approved areas in southwest Oklahoma.
1. Live within our service area.
2. Have proof of Indian blood (CDIB) or Tribal membership card.
3. One month proof of income verification.
4. Social Security Card.
5. Current bill with updated address for proof of residency.
6. Cannot be on SNAP (food stamps).
Counties of: Greer, Harmon, Kiowa, southwest corner of Caddo, and nothern half of Jackson.
Applications can be downloaded (see downloads below) or picked up at the Food Distribution Office in Carnegie, Oklahoma.
CDIB (certified degree of Indian blood), proof of income, social security card, and proof residency (current utility bill).
Due to the National Health Crisis, COVID-19, the Kiowa food distribution building will be closed tomorrow, March 19, until further notice. Clients may call in their food orders, these items will be brought to them upon arrival (clients will remain inside the vehicle). Please read link below for more details.