OKMLUGEE, Oklahoma – The application for the COVID Individual Relief Assistance funded through the American Rescue Plan Act will be available on September 9, 2021, along with the rollout of the new Camphouse Portal. Citizens will have to register on the portal as a user to access the application.
A link will be provided on the Muscogee Nation Facebook page and website that will direct citizens to the online portal, further detailed information is available on the website.
The portal requires an email account to register. If a citizen does not have an email, they can call the ARPA hotline and complete the application by phone.
The citizenship of the portal user will be verified by roll number only. If a citizen has an expired citizenship card, it will not disqualify them from creating a user profile on the portal.
The portal will allow the head of household citizen to add eligible dependents with a roll number on the profile and will include these dependents in the application.
According to a comment made by the Muscogee Nation on the Facebook post announcing the application availability date, if a minor citizen lives with a non-Muscogee parent or guardian, the parent will need to call the hotline to complete the application.
The Office of the Principal Chief has previously stated that Camphouse will continue to serve as a centralized location for citizens to hold personal documents and apply for other services as they are added.
For further questions, please call the ARPA Hotline at: 918-549-2885.
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