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The Student Services K-12 Program will provide assistance with meeting the basic school needs of Comanche Tribal enrolled children in Kindergarten throguh 12th grade.


Our hours have recently changed to Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Last customer at 4:30 PM.

ComancheNation Transit Provides Safe, realiable and cost efficient transportation to all people while also providing a great customer experience.

It is the mission of the Comanche Nation Trasportation department to improve roadway safety for the Comanche community.

The Comanche Nation Tribal Court’s mission is the preserve and strengthen the sovereignty of the Comanche Nation by providing a venue to adjudicate matters under Comanche law.







The Comanche Nation Voc-Rehab program's mission is to provide vocational rehabilitative services to American Indians (adult & youth) with disabilities residing within the CNVRP nine-county service area.

The Comanche Nation Water Park's mission is to provide all of our guests with wholesome family fun by providing a safe and clean environment for all ages to cool off, relax, and enjoy for many years to come. The Comanche Nation Waterpark is 100% tribally owned, our goal is to contribute to our growing community by promoting economic development and create "self-determination" for the tribe providing jobs for both tribal and non-tribal members. Our staff is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and an atmosphere of fun and excitement for the entire family.

To provide emergency and supportive services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking, especially to Native American Victims and their children. Also to increase public awareness of the issues through community education and training. 

The mission of the Comanche Nation Workforce is to support employment and training services for the unemployed, newly employed, and/or currently employed Comanche Nation tribal members, and to support employment and training services for the unemployed, underemployed, or low income of different federally recognized tribal members, in order to:

  • Develop more fully the academic, occupational, and literacy skills of such individuals.
  • Make such individuals more competitive in the workforce and to...

“Taa Numu Turu?etuu Numi Tuetutuanu Sika Tabeni Sukuhu Tsaatu Puetsuku”
“Serving our youth today for a better tomorrow”

The Comanche Nation Youth Program is a non-profit organization opening in January 2004.  CNYP was formed by the Comanche Nation as a prevention effort to reduce the effects of the negative challenges that our Comanche youth face. This mission’s effort will result in empowering our Comanche Youth to achieve a better tomorrow for the...