United Houma Nation

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  • Apr 08, 2016

    Many people have seen the beautifully designed American Indian prestige license plate available through the Louisiana Department of Motor Vehicles, but many people do not realize the additional funds collected from the license plate actually funds a statewide scholarship competition for American Indian students pursuing higher education.  The scholarship award, which is facilitated through the Louisiana Governor's Office of Indian Affairs is intended to award supplemental monies that would be sent directly to the college/university/institute of higher learning of eligible American Indian students who are enrolled citizens of one of twelve Louisiana tribes or groups - of which the UHN is one. ..

  • Apr 08, 2016

    The Inter-Tribal Council of Louisiana is seeking a Workforce Job Developer Specialist.  The position announcement closes on April 15th.  To view the position announcement, CLICK HERE..

  • Feb 29, 2016

    CORRECTION:  Please note there is a correction to the announcement.  The title is correct that ALL DISTRICT SEATS are included in this election; however, the actual written statement inadvertently refers to 10 districts when all districts actually comprises 11 districts.  Our apologies for any confusion this may have caused.  ..
  • Jan 11, 2016

    The UHN is proud to announce that its collaborative with Mercy Family Center is ready to launch the How's Your 5? Community Resilience and Public Health Campaign. The UHN Wellness Program will oversee this launch and be the mechanism to disperse the campaign training, materials and orientation.  Tribal citizens can learn more about this initiative by attending any Wellness event.  Please remember the UHN Wellness Center is open every Tuesday from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm for all tribal citizens and their spouses.  The Center's location is 991 Grand Caillou Road, Bldg #3, Houma, LA  70363.  ..