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1 Oklahoma Native American Resource Guide Compiled by OKDHS Area III staff in cooperation with Oklahoma s Native American tribes

2 The Oklahoma Department of Human Services has, in good faith, made every effort to assure that the information contained in this publication is complete, current and accurate. However, OKDHS, including any of its employees, does not attest to, or make warrant to, or guarantee in either an expressed or implied manner that the information contained herein is complete, accurate and current. Further, neither OKDHS nor any of its employees assume any legal liability of any kind pertaining to the completeness and accuracy or currency of any information contained in this publication. OKDHS does not endorse nor recommend the use of or association with any organizations, services or individuals whose information is contained in this publication. OKDHS will not be accountable, responsible or liable for any damage of any kind resulting in the use of services contained in this publication. Be advised that other services across the state, both tribal and non-tribal, are available that are not listed in this publication. The content is not exhaustive. While services listed in this publication may very well suit a particular client s needs, other services not listed herein may be available in the community that might better meet an individual s specific needs or serve them equally well.

3 Street address: Sequoyah Memorial Office Building 2400 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK Mailing address: P.O. Box 25352, Oklahoma City, OK Main Number (405) Information and Referral (405) Child Abuse & Adult Abuse Hotline Report child abuse or neglect, or the maltreatment of vulnerable adults Available 24 hours Oklahoma Safe Line Domestic Violence Hotline SAFE, Reachout Hotline Drug and Alcohol Abuse Senior Info-Line The mission of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services is to help individuals and families in need help themselves lead safer, healthier, more independent and productive lives. 1

4 Contents Tribal Map... 5 Tribes Absentee-Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma Indians... 6 Alabama-Quassarte Tribal Town of Oklahoma... 8 Apache Tribe of Oklahoma... 9 Caddo Nation Indian Tribe of Oklahoma... 9 Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma Chickasaw Nation Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Citizen Potawatomi Nation Comanche Nation Delaware Nation Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma

5 Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma Kaw Nation Kialegee Tribal Town Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma Miami Tribe of Oklahoma Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma Muscogee (Creek) Nation Osage Nation Otoe-Missouria Indian Tribe of Oklahoma Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma Sac and Fox Nation

6 Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Seneca-Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma Thlopthlocco Tribe Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma Wichita and Affiliated Tribes of Oklahoma Wyandotte Nation Services Aging/Elder Services Children & Family Services Education & Employment Food Health Services Housing & Transportation Indian Hospitals & Clinics Index

7 5 Reprinted with permission from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation

8 TRIBES Tribes Absentee-Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma Indians 2025 S. Gordon Cooper Dr. Shawnee, OK Children & Family Services Indian Child Welfare Program and Promoting Safe and Stable Families Program Assists clients who are involved with state or tribal child welfare and those at serious high risk of removal of their children from their custody to state or tribal custody. Call for eligibility requirements. Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program Assists victims of domestic violence and sexual assault with victim advocacy, emotional support, court advocacy, housing and utility assistance, referral and shelter placement assistance, along with a transitional housing program. Call for more information. 6

9 Absentee-Shawnee Tribal Youth Program ext. 193 Programs for youth ages with topics of leadership, drug and alcohol abuse, dating violence, gang prevention, tobacco, teen pregnancy, truancy and education. Activities include youth camps, tribal youth council and an after school program. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Education & Employment Academic Program for Educational Assistance Program funds summer school, academic trips, concurrent enrollment, remedial classes, ACT/SAT college entrance exams, correspondence classes, driver s education class, tutoring, athletic expenses, special needs programs and other academic programs upon approval. Call for eligibility requirements. Social Service Program Programs include Direct Employment Assistance (DEA), and Workforce Investment Act (WIA). Call for eligibility requirements. Health Services Health and Behavioral Health Services To promote the wellbeing of the whole person within context of their culture 7

10 Tribes Absentee-Shawnee including resource and referral services, crisis intervention, case management, counseling, support groups, school and community based services, I.O.P. treatment program for substance abuse, and drug and alcohol assessments. Call for eligibility requirements Housing & Transportation Social Service Program Programs include tribal energy assistance, Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), general assistance. Call for eligibility requirements. Alabama-Quassarte Tribal Town of Oklahoma 101 E. Broadway Wetumka, OK Children & Family Services Indian Child Welfare Assists families in crisis. Housing & Transportation Housing Assistance Assists with utility bills or deposits along with rent. Call for eligibility requirements. 8

11 Alabama-Quassarte Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Provides assistance with heating and cooling utility bills. Call for eligibility requirements. Promoting Safe and Stable Families Program (PSSF) Utility bill assistance for families with children. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Apache Tribe of Oklahoma P.O. Box 1220 Anadarko, OK Caddo Nation Indian Tribe of Oklahoma P.O. Box 487 Binger, OK Health Services Caddo Health Center Bldg. Binger, OK ext. 220 Hearing aids, dental work, prescriptions, medical bills, health equipment. Caddo Nation Injury Prevention Distributes smoke detectors, fire extinguishers and car seats to tribal members. Fire safety education, car seat education, and water 9

12 Caddo safety education to Head Start children. Helps educate elderly clients about fall prevention. Tribes Caddo Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (CADAP) As an out-patient facility providing outpatient counseling, outreach services, individual, group and family counseling, education, prevention activities for adults and youth, aftercare services and referral services. Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma P.O. Box 948 Tahlequah, OK Cherokee First option #1 (assistance in making a referral for services) Aging/Elder Services Cherokee Elder Care 1387 West 4th St. Tahlequah, OK Call for eligibility requirements. 10

13 Children & Family Services Cherokee Bright Futures - Truancy Prevention Program P.O. Box 948 Tahlequah, OK Tribes Child Care Services Healing to Wellness Court Program (HTWCP) P.O. Box 948 Tahlequah, OK Serves Cherokee youth ages who are affected by alcohol or drugs through a system of services designed to bring the youth, family and community into harmony. Available in Adair and Cherokee Counties. Health Services Home Health Services , Hospice of the Cherokee

14 Cherokee Housing & Transportation Tribes Housing Assistance Housing, rental and rehab assistance to qualifying persons who meet income and eligibility guidelines. Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma P.O. Box 38 Concho, OK Aging/Elder Services Elderly Nutrition & Caregivers Programs Children & Family Services Child Care Development Domestic Violence Emergency Youth Shelter Head Start

15 Indian Child Welfare Cheyenne-Arapaho Recreation, Exercise & Sports for the Elders and Children of Our Tribes (RESPECT) Multifaceted program with core activities (recreation, exercise, and sports), plus wellness, education and leadership. Building character, citizenship, identity, self-esteem, improving academics and more. Tribes Food Food Distribution Health Services Community Health Representatives Diabetes Wellness Emergency Medical Services Substance Abuse Program Vocational Rehab

16 Cheyenne-Arapaho Housing & Transportation Tribes Department of Housing Chickasaw Nation P.O. Box 1548 Ada, OK Aging/Elder Services Assisted Living Benefit Program 212 W. Lillie Blvd. Madill, OK Provides assisted living benefits to qualified individuals by directly paying a state licensed assisted living facility of your choice. Call for eligibility requirements. Elderly Energy Assistance Program Provides one-time assistance for winter heating and summer cooling by assisting with certain utilities. Call for eligibility requirements. Senior Nutrition Program Provides congregate and homebound meals to qualified Native Americans. Senior centers provide health monitoring, social events, classes and group activities. Call for eligibility requirements. 14

17 Children & Family Services Chickasaw Burial Assistance Provides burial assistance to eligible Native Americans residing in the Chickasaw Nation. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Burial Supplement Assistance Program 212 W. Lillie Blvd. Madill, OK Provides assistance for funeral expenses up to a maximum of $2500. Call for eligibility requirements. Car Seat Safety Program Provides car seat safety information and car seats to qualified individuals. Call for eligibility requirements. Caregiver Program 212 W. Lillie Blvd. Madill, OK Provides five areas of service for the caregiver, including respite care. Call for eligibility requirements. Chepota Apisi Chi Li Foster Care and Adoption Program Assists individuals in fostering and/or adopting tribal and state custody children. Call for eligibility requirements. 15

18 Tribes Chickasaw Chepota Himmita (Healthy Families) Program 2125 N. Broadway Ada, OK Provides resources and support programs for Native American families including home visitation focusing on parenting education and skills, child development and screenings, respite care, support groups and baby bucks to purchase items for baby. Services for pregnant women after 28 weeks of pregnancy in first pregnancy or anytime if not first pregnancy. Call for eligibility requirements. Chickasaw Children s Village 1185 Village Rd. Kingston, OK A residential and educational care facility for Native American children 1st through 12th grade. Call for eligibility requirements. Child Care Assistance Program 300 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Provides child care assistance to Native American families who are working or going to school. Call for eligibility requirements. 16

19 Chickasaw Child Care Development Center 222 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Provides long-term positive differences in the lives of children by focusing on the child s total development. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Child Support Services Services include paternity establishment, investigation, enforcement, Tribal Enforcement Payment Project (TEPP) and mediation. Native American children who are eligible for enrollment with a federally recognized tribe, whose absent parent is Native American or employed by a tribe, or families with a divorce or child support order from a tribal court. Child Welfare Program 24-Hour Statewide Child Abuse Hotline Advocates for and protects children who have been removed from their home due to neglect, physical, sexual or emotional abuse. Tribal social workers provide prevention services, advocacy and assist in the family reunification process. Children must be Native American and removed or at risk of removal from home and/or their parents or legal guardians. 17

20 Tribes Chickasaw Drug Court Support Services 125 S. Broadway Ada, OK N. Washington Ardmore, OK ext. 43 Provides information for career development, educational needs, housing, children s services, family counseling, crisis intervention services, advocacy, general referrals and case management. For Chickasaw citizens who are participating in drug court and their extended family in the Chickasaw Nation Service Area. Applicants must present a Chickasaw citizenship card or CDIB. Family Preservation 231 Seabrook Rd. Ada, OK Family Preservation Manager ext Program provides crisis prevention and reunification services for Native American families. Provides home visitation, monetary assistance, transportation for specific needs, referrals, parenting education, budgeting and life skills, advocacy and supportive services. Call for eligibility requirements. Foster Care/Adoption 231 Seabrook Rd. Ada, OK Provides care for Native American children placed into tribal or state custody. Call for eligibility requirements. 18

21 Chickasaw Indian Child Welfare Service 231 Seabrook Rd. Ada, OK Program advocates for and protects children who have been removed from their home due to neglect, physical, sexual or emotional abuse. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Justice Department 520 E. Arlington Ada, OK Provides legal services to divisions or departments within the Chickasaw Nation. Call for eligibility requirements. Juvenile Justice Program 520 E. Arlington Ada, OK This program monitors, provides counseling and supervises Native American juvenile offenders who are involved in the Chickasaw Nation District Court. Call for eligibility requirements. Office of Violence Prevention 231 Seabrook Road Ada, OK N. Washington Ardmore, OK Crisis Intervention, advocacy services, safety planning, emergency shelter, protection 19

22 Tribes Chickasaw orders and legal advocacy, domestic violence education, referrals to community resources, transportation, emotional support, encouragement, housing/relocation costs, case management, counseling services and career development services. Peaceful Heart Home A domestic violence shelter for Native American women and children offering housing up to 30 days, 24-hour staffing, food, clothing, Chickasaw elder volunteers, personal enrichment activities, advocacy, emotional support, counseling, career development and social service referrals. Veterans Program 301 W Main St., Ste. 604 Ardmore, OK Provides outreach services to tribal veterans and assists with the acquisition of veteran s benefits and services from the Veterans Administration and other veterans organizations. Call for eligibility requirements. Youth Services Activities include boys and girls clubs, camps and events, clothing grant, leadership, martial arts and recreation. Call for eligibility requirements. 20

23 Chickasaw Youth Services Clothing Grant 231 Seabrook Road Ada, OK Provides students a $200 Visa gift card each school year to purchase school clothing. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Education & Employment Adult Learning Program 300 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Provides academic assistance to adults who have dropped out of high school and want to complete their General Equivalency Development (GED) diploma. Call for eligibility requirements. Arts in Education P.O. Box 1548 Ada, OK After school arts program, Chickasaw children s choir, and teacher in-service training and Native American/cultural classroom instruction. Call for eligibility requirements. Career Development Initiative P.O. Box 1548 Ada, OK Provides transitional employment services to 21

24 Chickasaw individuals with employment barriers. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Career Technology Program 300 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Provides assistance to citizens who want to further their education by attending accredited vocational or technical schools and other private training facilities. Call for eligibility requirements. Chickasaw Employment Program Provides employment opportunities on a temporary basis. Call for eligibility requirements. Chickasaw Foundation Scholarships 110 W. 12th St. Ada, OK Provides educational assistance for students who demonstrate excellence in academics, community service, dedication to Native America and a commitment to learning. Call for eligibility requirements. Chickasaw Foundation Upward Bound Serves students from disadvantaged backgrounds by providing them with skills needed for success in post-secondary education. Call for eligibility requirements. 22

25 Chickasaw Chickasha Holitoplichi Honors Program 300 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK This program rewards continuing education and good grades. Programs include incentive continuing education, incentive degree completion, graduation stoles and graduation watch. Call for program information and eligibility criteria. Tribes Chickasaw Honor Club 300 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Provides an added incentive for students to strive for academic excellence. Call for program information and eligibility requirements. Chickasaw Reading Program 300 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Assists children by providing books to encourage reading. Call for eligibility requirements. Fast Track GED Program 300 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Helps Chickasaw citizens to prepare for GED testing through an online Internet service during a four-month period. Call for eligibility requirements. 23

26 Tribes Chickasaw Graduation Assistance 300 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Assists college graduates with caps, gowns, invitations and other expenses incurred with graduating. Call for eligibility requirements. Head Start 300 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Assists in early childhood development with center locations in Ada, Ardmore, Sulphur and Tishomingo. Call for eligibility requirements. Higher Education Grants and Scholarships 300 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Program includes clothing scholarship, general scholarship, governor s and legislator s scholarships, higher education grant, inter-tribal council of the five civilized tribes Johnson-O Malley scholarship, lifetime scholarship, millennium scholarship and textbook grant. Office of Career Services 530 E. Main St. Ada, OK Helps Chickasaw citizens and other Native 24

27 Chickasaw Americans prepare for and obtain quality jobs through necessary information and training. Call for eligibility requirements. Re-Entry Transitional Employment 39 N. Washington St. Ardmore, OK Provides transitional employment services to individuals with employment barriers. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Road to Work Services 520 E. Arlington Ada, OK Provides transportation to and from work for qualifying Native Americans and the general public. Call for eligibility requirements. School to Work Program 2020 Arlington, Suite 4 Ada, OK W, Broadway Ardmore, OK Program provides opportunity to pursue higher education full time while receiving full-time pay/benefits. Call for eligibility requirements. 25

28 Tribes Chickasaw School Age Program 222 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Provided June-August, this program allows children age 4 through 9 to experience exciting activities through field trips, park days and special events. Children enjoy arts and crafts, theater productions, storytelling, music and dance, community service projects, scientific projects and more. Call for eligibility requirements. Summer Youth Program Provides workforce training and experience to encourage productive work and behavior patterns in youths for a variety of careers. Call for eligibility requirements. Vocational Rehabilitation 300 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Programs are designed to assist people with disabilities in being able to return to the workplace. Call for eligibility requirements. Food Farmers Market Nutrition Program 518 E. Arlington Ada, OK Provides coupons for the purchase of fresh fruits and vegetables from authorized 26

29 Chickasaw farmers markets and farm stands throughout the Chickasaw Nation. Call for eligibility requirements. Food Distribution Program 518 E. Arlington Ada, OK Nutrition education and commodity foods are available through FDP grocery stores in nutrition centers in Ada, Ardmore and Purcell. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Get Fresh! Nutrition Program 229 W Seabrook Rd. Ada, OK Provides cooking classes and demonstrations, nutrition education and fitness guidance. Call for additional program information and eligibility requirements. WIC Programs 518 E. Arlington Ada, OK Women, infants and children may participate in supplemental food and nutrition education programs designed to improve the health of participants during critical stages of growth and development. Call for location information and eligibility requirements. 27

30 Chickasaw Health Services Tribes Ada Behavioral Health Clinic 1001 N. Country Club Rd. Ada, OK ext Behavioral health including counseling, psychiatric services, education and training concerning issues such as child abuse/neglect, elder abuse, domestic violence, suicide and substance abuse and detoxification. Call for eligibility requirements. Ada Family Practice Clinic 1007 N. Country Club Rd. Ada, OK An appointment based clinic offering outpatient family practice medicine, including laboratory testing and X-ray. Call for eligibility requirements. Ardmore Behavioral Health Clinic 2510 Chickasaw Blvd. Ardmore, OK Behavioral health including counseling, psychiatric services, education and training concerning issues such as child abuse/neglect, elder abuse, domestic violence, suicide, substance abuse and detoxification. Call for eligibility requirements. 28

31 Chickasaw Nation Health Clinic 901 E. 6th St. Tishomingo, OK Chickasaw Blvd. Ardmore, OK Chickasaw Tribes 1438 Hardcastle Blvd. Purcell, OK An appointment based clinic offering outpatient family practice medicine including dental, eye clinic, behavioral health, laboratory testing, X-ray, pharmacy and periodic specialty clinics. Call for eligibility requirements. Durant Indian Heath Clinic 1600 N. Washington Durant, OK An appointment based clinic offering outpatient family practice medicine including laboratory testing, pharmacy and periodic specialty clinics. Call for eligibility requirements. Community Health Representatives (CHR) Provides patient advocacy, liaison between clients and tribal and community resources, patient education, health promotion and disease prevention. Call for eligibility requirements. 29

32 Tribes Chickasaw Dental Clinic 1001 N. Country Club Rd. Ada, OK Provides diagnosis and treatment of dental disease, preventive services, oral surgery, restorative procedures, prosthetics and pediatric orthodontics. Call for eligibility requirements. Denture Program 1001 N. Country Club Rd. Ada, OK Provides one pair of dentures every five years, including fitting, adjustments and repairs after removal of teeth by Chickasaw Nation dental clinic providers. Call for eligibility requirements. Diabetes Care Centers 1001 N. County Club Rd. Ada, OK Provides medical, educational, nutritional and exercise services to those who qualify. Additional services include specialized diabetes prevention program, foot care, retinal photography, dental hygiene and behavioral health. Call for eligibility requirements. 30

33 Eyeglasses Program 1001 N. Country Club Rd. Ada, OK Provides an allowance toward one pair of eyeglasses every two years. Call for eligibility requirements. Chickasaw Tribes Healthy Lifestyles Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery Program 3115 E. Arlington Ada, OK Voluntary drug and alcohol treatment facility. Participants receive a holistic treatment program to overcome additions. Call for eligibility requirements. Hearing Aid Program 1001 N. Country Club Rd. Ada, OK Following an exam and evaluation, hearing aids may be provided every three years to eligible individuals. Call for eligibility requirements. Medical Assistance Program 1001 N. Country Club Rd. Ada, OK This program can offer financial assistance to services not covered by existing tribal programs or other alternate resources to individuals who qualify. Call for eligibility requirements. 31

34 Tribes Chickasaw Medication Assistance 1001 N. Country Club Rd. Ada, OK Medication not carried in the tribal pharmacy may be provided by this program after being prescribed by a CNHS provider. Call for eligibility requirements. Optometry 1001 N. County Club Rd. Ada, OK The eye clinic provides examination, diagnosis and management of conditions of the eye. Call for eligibility requirements. Over-the-Counter Medications 212 W. Lillie Blvd. Madill, OK Provides over-the-counter medication at no cost. Call for eligibility requirements. Same-Day Clinic 1001 N. Country Club Rd. Ada, OK Available on a walk-in basis for general medical conditions. Call for eligibility requirements. 32

35 Chickasaw Special Needs Assistance for Chickasaw Citizens with Disabilities 300 Rosedale Road Ada, OK Assists those with special needs by providing a yearly reimbursement of up to $500 for participation in extra-curricular activities. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Tishomingo Behavioral Health Clinic 901 E. 6th St. Tishomingo, OK Behavioral health, including counseling, psychiatric services, education and training concerning issues such as child abuse/neglect, elder abuse, domestic violence, suicide, substance abuse and detoxification. Call for eligibility requirements. Housing & Transportation 37 Rental Program 111 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Provides rental assistance to low income families. Call for eligibility requirements. 38 Rental Program 111 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Allows units to be leased in the private sector 33

36 Chickasaw by low income Native Americans. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Chickasaw Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) 111 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Provides rehabilitation to low rent developments and provides grants for repairs of privately owned homes of low income Native Americans and emergency repairs of privately owned home of Chickasaw citizens. Call for eligibility requirements. Down Payment or Closing Cost Assistance Grant 111 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Offers a one-time grant to help with the down payment or closing costs to purchase a home. Call for eligibility requirements. Elderly Energy Assistance Program Provides one-time assistance for winter heating and summer cooling by assisting with certain utilities. Call for eligibility requirements. Home Maintenance 212 W. Lillie Blvd. Madill, OK

37 Chickasaw Provides minor home repairs such as car care, wood service, weatherization, pest, septic, etc. Call for eligibility requirements. Homeowners Program 111 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Allows for the new construction of homeownership units in accordance with NAHASDA for low income Native Americans. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Housing Counseling and Loan Services 111 Rosedale Rd. Ada, OK Offers a variety of counseling programs dealing with housing maintenance, family budgeting, fire and home safety, early delinquency intervention and pre-purchase and post-purchase counseling. Call for eligibility requirements. Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Assists individuals with home heating or cooling bills and/or energy deposits. Call for eligibility requirements. Supplemental Lawn Mowing Program 212 W. Lillie Blvd. Madill, OK Assists qualifying individuals with 35

38 Chickasaw landscaping services such as lawn mowing and weed eating. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribes Transportation Services Program 520 E. Arlington Ada, OK Provides medical transportation and pickup and delivery of prescriptions. Call for eligibility requirements. Tribal Energy Assistance Program Provides assistance to Chickasaw citizens with an urgent, unmet need to assist with gas, water, propane, electric bills and/or deposits. Call for eligibility requirements. Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma P.O. Box 1210 Durant, OK Children & Family Services Adolescent Family Life Project Comprehensive, integrated services to reduce repeat pregnancies, improve health outcomes for mother and infant, increase healthy parenting skills, provide opportunities for education and job training, and increase healthy relationship skills. Native American pregnant and parenting teens under 19 36

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