The mission of the Comanche Nation Administration office and staff is to assist the elected leaders in the implementation of the Comanche Nation Constitution .
The Comanche Nation Outreach Office mission is to provide assistance to Enrolled Comanche Tribal Members residing in Anadarko and surrounding communities,.
The Edith Kassanavoid Gordon Assisted Living Center's mission is to provide qualified Comanche tribal members with a safe living environment where they can thrive while receiving medical assistance.
The Comanche Nation Capital Improvement program's mission is to enhance the physical and cultural development of the Comanche Nation. CIP administers approved capital expenditures for systematically acquiring, constructing, replacing, upgrading and rehabilitating tribal facilities as well as the renovation of aging infrastructure.
To assist Caregivers who are providing care for enrolled Comanche Tribal elders, 62 years or older and in a very fragile state where someone needs to be with them 24/7.
The Comanche Nation Child Care Program's mission is to promote stronger family environments with an emphasis on strong family relationship and youth development skills.
It is the mission of Comanche Nation Child Support to promote responsible parenting so that each child has the opportunity for self-sufficiency and self-respect that honors family, community, and cultural traditions.
The Comanche Nation Child Care centers mission is to support their respective surrounding communites with child development services.
Our mission is to revitalize and reclaim the Comanche Language and to help our people speak and think in Comanche in our own unique ways.
PRESS RELEASE - 2/13/19
New Language Department Has Launched
Through the efforts of our Comanche Language and Cultural Preservation Committee and the Comanche Nation Language Planning Group, the Comanche Tribal Council approved the creation of a new language department on the budget last year. The department was slated to begin in October 2018 and we are now on the road to the revitalization...
The Comanche National Museum And Cultural Center (CNMCC) Provides Communities with programs and exhibits that deepen the understanding and Appreciation of Comanche history, culture, and fine art. Though collections, preservation, and education, CNMCC seeks to become a recognized resource for information about the Numunuu. With the assistance of tribal elders and enrolled Comanche Cultural Experts, CNMCC Will Strive to meet all of the above goals and provide visitors with a new understanding of the people of the great Comanche Nation.