United Houma Nation

  • Aug 18, 2014

    In 1990 the UHN Tribal enrollment process was suspended by the Tribal Council at the urging of the Bureau of Indian Affairs when the Tribe was placed on active status.  The purpose was to ensure no significant growth within the UHN enrollment rolls until the recognition process was concluded.  The only exception was for the processing of children of already enrolled citizens. ..

  • Aug 10, 2014

    PLEASE NOTE SCHEDULE CHANGE ..

  • Aug 10, 2014

    Yesterday the seated UHN Youth Council met for a regular meeting and established the guidelines for the 2014 Election of the Youth Council.  The UHN Youth Council consists of the following positions: ..

  • Aug 10, 2014

    One of the most misunderstood tribal programs is the Title VII Indian Education Program.  According to the Department of Education: ..

  • Aug 10, 2014

    Chief Dardar’s heart-felt words on diabetes last week and the affects it has had on the tribal citizens of the United Houma Nation remind each of us the importance of learning how to prevent diabetes or if living with diabetes to make better choices.  The United Houma Nation Diabetes Program was created out of a need recognized by tribal leadership as well as the staff of the Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP).  As the program and tribal staff prepare for this year’s powwow that will honor those living with diabetes, we are excited to tell you about some of the activities the program is providing to assist not only those living with diabetes, but every tribal citizen.   ..

  • Aug 10, 2014

    The Maori are the indigenous people of New Zealand.  With Polynesian roots, these canoe people are best known for their warrior society, arts and rich culture.  Approximately 15% of New Zealand's population are of Maori descent.  To read more about their culture click HERE..

  • Aug 03, 2014

    As we prepare for the 6th Annual Celebrating ABILITIES Powwow next month, the powwow committee has booth space available for tribal artists who are interested in selling their handcrafted items.  Booth space begins at $75 for both days of the powwow along with a donation for the silent auction.  Powwow attendance averages 1,200 people over the 2 day event and the powwow committee provides 2 meal tickets for vendors on Saturday evening. ..

  • Aug 03, 2014

    For those of you in the South Lafourche area, we are happy to inform you that 88.9FM KUHN continues to play your cajun, zydeco and swamp pop classics around the clock from Monday through Saturday.  Based upon community input, Sunday programming provides gospel music. ..

  • Aug 01, 2014

    Gail Chehak, Program Development at the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association has extended an invitation to UHN tribal artists to take part in their upcoming annual conference in Marksville, Louisiana.  Please see her message below for more information if you are interested in showcasing your work. ..

  • Jul 27, 2014

    Earlier this week, the UHN Administration received notice that the Tribe was successful in its application to the US Department of Education's Rural Business Enterprise Grant Program.  The purpose of the grant is to provide "Starting A Business" classes and workshops for tribal citizens residing within the UHN Service Area to determine if they are ready to begin a small business.  The Service Area encompasses St. Mary, Terrebonne, Lafourche, Jefferson, Plaquemines and St. Bernard parishes. ..