The Osage Nation Community Health Representative (CHR) received a $65,000 grant for infant car seats. The Strategic Planning and Grants Management Department wrote a grant for the Osage Nation CHR to assist with the purchase of infant and toddler car seats. The Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Services offered grants up to the $65,000 received for infant car seats to be installed. Two sessions were held by the Osage Nation CHR to help recipients install the car seats with instructions on how to securely buckle the infant or toddler into the car seat. There were also booster car seats for older children. Parents viewed a video, received pamphlets and watched a hands-on demonstration. Lieutenant Charity Webb from the Pawnee Indian Health Service served as the technician/installer along with Osage nation CHR Coordinator Crystal Holt. Over 100 parents and children were served. Although the process took some extra time, parents and children spent their time waiting in line by visiting and enjoying the great weather.