The United Houma Nation is currently seeking applications and resumes for a STOP Coordinator to work under the STOP Violence Grant. We are seeking a candidate to coordinate the daily activities of a tribal victims of domestic violence/sexual assault program. This individual is to serve as the point of contact for tribal victims and assist with accessing services and interaction with the criminal justice system. This individual must also coordinate with other community service providers to ensure culturally competent case management. ..
United Houma Nation owns KUHN 88.9 a Non-Profit Radio Station that serves South Lafourche and parts of Terrebonne Parish. We are seeking your support to maintain the operation of this important media outlet. KUHN is a 501 (c) 3, non-profit, non-commercial education radio station that doesn’t receive local, state or federal funding nor can we sell advertising like traditional radio stations. ..
The UHN Election Board will be holding a Special Election to fill two vacancies on the UHN Tribal Council. Tribal Districts 5 and 10 are currently vacant and encompass the following areas: ..
The United Houma Nation Diabetes Program is looking for the next cooking sensation. We are taking the traditional cookbook and putting our own spin on it! If you love to cook, don’t mind being recorded in the kitchen preparing your favorite dish, and sharing with us a little history about your dish (i.e. passed on by a family member, created it yourself, altered a recipe you found online); then we are looking for you! ..
Good carbs, bad carbs; brown vs. white; cake or no cake; those are the questions but what are the answers? When living with diabetes, individuals are sometimes confused by the information they receive from television, family, friends and the internet on what foods they can consume or should avoid. ..
As many of you know the United Houma Nation's lack of federal recognition has been a significant barrier in advocating and taking action to protect the rights of our people to live as indigenous people. As the issues affecting our communities continue to grow in crisis proportions, our legal status, or more like our lack of legal status, keeps tribal leaders and advocates on the side lines. The federal protections put in place to ensure tribal sovereignty are legally often only granted to federally recognized tribes. ..
A FREE Seminar from Saktce-Homa Opportunity Fund, Dream Catchers, and IBERIABANK who are partnering to host several workshops for Business Owners, Entrepreneurs, and those looking to improve their business expertise. ..
The UHN would like to say THANK YOU to the 40 individuals who donated $3,000 in the May 5th Give NOLA online fundraising campaign. The funding raised is also being leveraged to earn additional "lagniappe" funds raised by the Greater New Orleans Foundation and the Bayou Community Foundation. ..
The UHN would like to honor and recognize the young tribal men and ladies who are currently participating in graduation ceremonies throughout the country. Recognizing that many of our youth are the first in their families to graduate from high school and even more are the first in their families to ever graduate from college. ..
Vice Principal Chief Lora Ann Chaisson was recently featured on the National Museum of the American Indians newsletter in their "Meet Native America" series. Click the link below to read the article. ..