OKC Community Resources

Disclaimer:  Hearts for Hearing maintains the Community Resource Guide as a reference tool. Every effort was made to ensure listings are up-to-date as of July 2021. Hearts for Hearing does not endorse or claim to have personal knowledge of the abilities or services of those listed. Consumers should use independent judgment and request references when considering any resource listed in this Community Resources Guide.

Housing and Urban Development 
https://www.hud.gov/findshelter 

  • List additional resources for food pantries, shelter, clothes, and health clinics in different parts of Oklahoma. 


The Salvation Army Oklahoma
 
http://salvationarmyaok.org/ 

  • Provides a variety of support for all. Services vary from center to center. Call to see what your center can do.

     

FOODPANTRIES.ORG
https://www.foodpantries.org/st/oklahoma 

  • Helps people look for food pantries in their area.  

 
Regional Food Bank
https://www.regionalfoodbank.org/ 
Facebook: /regionalfoodbank

  • Food for Communities—partners with different agencies in 53 counties in central and western Oklahoma. 

 
FREECLINICS.COM 
https://www.freeclinics.com/sta/oklahoma 

  • Lists free or low-income medical clinics in Oklahoma.  

 
Oklahoma Department of Health 
https://oklahoma.gov/health/countymap.html 

  • Links a person to what each county’s health department offers for services and programs. 

 
ParentPRO 
1-877-271-7611 
http://www.parentpro.org/ 

  • Home visitor programs that help families learn about parenting skills, child development, and positive parent-child relationships. Eligibility varies from program to program, but most will work with family from pregnancy through kindergarten. 

 
OK Legal Connect 
https://oklegalconnect.org/#/login 

  • Helps find legal help for low-income people with civil legal problems in Oklahoma. This is only a tool to help link individuals to possible legal teams who could help; it is not a lawyer.  

 
Head Start 
https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/ 

  • Nationwide Early Childhood Program that is designed to promote children’s development through services that support early learning, health, and family well-being. 
  • Use the locate a Head Start Program feature to find the nearest Head Start program. You can complete an application online or contact the nearest Head Start program for more information.  

 
Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator 
https://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/ 

  • Organizes a directory for mental health services based on the Zip Code provides. Mental Health services ranges from inpatient, substance use, to public and private facilities. 

Infant Crisis Center 
4224 N. Lincoln Blvd 
Oklahoma City, OK 73105 
405-528-3663 
https://www.infantcrisis.org/ 
Facebook: /InfantCrisisServices

  • Provides formula, food, diapers, blankets clothing, and other basic necessities by appointment. Can link families with car seats. 
  • Services are available four times annually to children birth-age 3. 
  • BabyMobile—currently on a limited schedule and is a drive-thru basis. Call phone number or text “BabyMobile” to 484848 for the current schedule.

Christian Service Center
1008 N. McKinley 
Oklahoma City, OK 73106 

South Location: 
115 SW 24th 
Oklahoma City, OK 73109 

405-236-5956 
http://www.christianservicecenter.net/ 
Hours of operation: Monday-Wednesday 10:30-12:30 

  • Provides various programs to serve and connect individuals throughout the OKC area. Some are: 
  • Baby Room—provides diapers, formula, clothing, and other necessary items for expecting mothers. 
  • Food Pantry—serves 50 families every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. 
  • Fresh Market—serves 30 families fruits, vegetables, and bakery items. First come, first serve. 
  • Trinity Legal Clinic—free legal service. Can assist with cases ranging from wrongful denial of jobs, immigration issues, minor criminal issues, and unfair housing practices. 
  • Medical Clinic—call to make an appointment or to talk with the medical director. Runs through scheduled appointments.

Safe Kids Oklahoma
Donald W. Reynolds Complex  
6800 N.W. 39th Expressway 
Bethany, OK 73008 
405-789-6711 
https://www.miracleshappenhere.org/safe-kids-oklahoma/ 
Facebook: /safekidsoklahoma

  • Provides information on car seat safety guides and local events for community car seat checkup inspections. Also provides information on bike and pedestrian safety, water safety, and ATV safety. 
  • Can help families with new car seats. 
  • Associated with Safe Kids WorldWide: https://www.safekids.org/ 

 
Willow Pregnancy Support 
4701 S. Western Ave. 
Oklahoma City, OK 73109 
405-631-4477 
Other locations in Bethany and Edmond 
https://www.willowpregnancy.org/ 
Facebook: /WillowPregnancySupport

  • Provides community resources and support group for clients. 
  • Provides pregnancy testing, limited ultrasounds, prenatal care, adoption referrals, and abortion information, and medical services to women seeking pregnancy health-related care. 
  • The Rose Home—maternity shelter for anyone 18 or older who is experiencing homeless, pregnant and willing to participate in the program. Call for more information on how to apply.
     

All Things Baby 
405 W. Second St 
Edmond, Ok 
405-285-6245 
https://allthingsbabyok.com/ 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Local-Business/All-Things-Baby-Inc-97047441253/
Open Tuesdays 10:00-1:00 

  • Has maternity clothes, clothing for infants to children size 8, shoes, coats, toys, pack-n-plays, bedding, socks, diapers, wipes, baby washing, and other baby items.  
  • Can visits 2 times per year. First come, first service bases. Best to call before you come to warehouse to ensure that they are open and able to accommodate needs. 

 
HOPE Center of Edmond 
1251 N Broadway Ste. A 
Edmond, OK 73034 
405-349-1340 
https://hopecenterofedmond.com/ 
Facebnook: /hopecenterofedmond

  • Serves those who live in the Edmond area to help when emergencies rise. They provide resources in one central location to help with food, clothing, and financial assistance. Hours of Operation is 8:30-4:00. Applications are online to complete or call to find out more information.  
  • HOPEfully Yours Retail Shop*—located at 908 N. Broadway. Hours of Operation are 10:00am-5:00pm. Has a variety of clothing, household items, and some electronics. 
  • Hope Center Health Clinic—helps mothers apply for WIC, collaborates with the Oklahoma Mother’s Milk Bank, provides a breastfeeding peer counselor program and gives nutrition education classes for mothers. 

 
Catholic Charities 
1232 N Classen Blvd. 
Oklahoma City, OK 73106 
405-523-3000 
https://catholiccharitiesok.org/ 
Facebook: /CCOKC

  • Has a variety of programs that can assist families. Several programs have bilingual support. Catholic Charities has a couple of locations throughout Oklahoma. 
  • Emergency Rent and Utilities—they may also be able to assist with bus passes, diaper assistance, snack packs, and other resources in addition to rent and utilities assistance. 
  • Family HOPE Case Management—strives to help improve the economic situation and social support of families. This is not an emergency assistance program, but one that helps family reach and maintain self-sufficiency. Offers transitional housing as well as disaster relief recovery. 
  • Immigration Legal Services—schedule a consolation to see if the legal team can assist (405-523-3001). If they can help, they are able to provide direct legal services to low-income immigrants. Hours are Monday to Friday from 8:00-4:30. Closed for lunch 12:00-1:00. 
  • Refugee Services—assist newly arrived refugees in finding safety, stability, self-sufficiency, and integration into a new community. May be able to assist refugees with education services and employment services. 
  • Housing—for senior citizens and for those who may require housing support in the city of Lawton. 
  • Sanctuary Women’s Development—offering low-income and homeless women and children resources and support to help alleviate the effects of poverty. Has a food and hygiene pantry. The Holy Family Home provides supportive residential care and community-based services. Residents must be referred by a case manager or advocate.  
  • Adoption and Pregnancy Services—offering pregnancy support, transportation to appointments, goal planning, assistance with baby items and food. Support if a birth mother is deciding the option of adoption. 

 
Center for Children and Families 
210 S. Cockrel 
Norman, Ok 73071 
405-364-1420 
https://www.ccfinorman.org/ 
Facebook: /CCFINorman

  • Baby Pantry—offers families of Cleveland County emergency diaper supplies. Families may come in twice a month Monday through Friday 8:00-5:00 to receive diapers and baby wipes. Located at the corner of South Cockrel Ave and East Eufaula Street in Norman. Please call 405-364-1420 to verify that they have diapers in their inventory and be ready when you arrive. 
  • Bringing Up Babies—a free voluntary program offered to pregnant and parenting individuals, including teen parents. Topics focused on are pregnancy and childbirth readiness, early childhood literacy and learning, feeding options, children development, sleep struggles, ect. 
  • Divorce and Co-Parenting Services—designed to help couples going through a divorce to create a loving a nurturing environment for their children. Meet requirements for House Bill 2249 which requires parents who are divorcing for reason of incompatibility and have children under 18 to attend an educational program. Call (405-364-1420) or go online for enrollment information. Cost is $50.  
  • Children In the Middle Class—provide valuable skills for parents who are in high conflict situations and designed to help parents communicate with each other and establish a functional family environment for their children. Free of charge. Call 405-364-1433 for more information about enrollment. 
  • Parent Assistance Programs—helps parents create and sustain healthy relationships with their children. Total of three different parent education groups: Respectfully Connected, Live Your Best Life; and Parenting Through Trauma. To participate, parents must be referred by DHS or have an active DHS case.  
  • Counseling—specializes in working with infants and their caregivers, children, and teens, ages 0-17. Call 405-364-1240 for more information. 


Women, Infants, and Children Program (WIC)
 
Oklahoma State Department of Health 
123 Robert S Kerr, Suite 1702 
Oklahoma City, OK 73102 
405-426-8500 
888-655-2942 (Toll) 
Various clinics throughout Oklahoma 
https://oklahoma.gov/health/family-health/wic.html 

  • Provides nutritious foods to supplement the diets of women, infants, and children.  
  • Online nutrition education. 
  • Private consultations with Registered/Licensed Dietitians. 
  • To be eligible—women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have recently given birth; infants; children up to the age of 5. 
  • To qualify—live in Oklahoma, have a family income within a certain limit. If you receive Medicaid, SNAP, or TANF you are automatically eligible. 

 
Bureau of Vital Records Division 
Vital Records Service 
Oklahoma State Department of Health 
123 Robert S Kerr, Suite 1702 
Oklahoma City, OK 73102 
405-426-8880 
AskVR@health.ok.gov 
https://oklahoma.gov/health/birth-and-death-certificates.html 

  • Informs families how they can access birth or death certificates.  

 

Head Start
https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/
Facebook: /HeadStartgov

  • Nationwide Early Childhood Program that is designed to promote children’s development through services that support early learning, health, and family well-being.
  • Use the locate a Head Start Program feature to find the nearest Head Start program. You can complete an application online or contact the nearest Head Start program for more information.

Sunbeam Family Services
1100 NW 14th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
405-528-7721
https://sunbeamfamilyservices.org/
Facebook: /SunbeamOKC

  • Early Education Center—free program for children ages birth to 3. Once in the program, there will be access to physical and dental examinations, health screenings, and healthy snacks. Children must meet certain criteria for eligibility. See website for who can apply. Collaborates with Emerson Alternative High School to supports teen mothers with children ages birth to 3. Works together with the Tony Reyes Bilingual Child Development Center to support children and their families who comes from homes where English is a second language.
  • Mental Health Services—affordable mental health services for all ages. Accepts both Medicaid and various private insurance.
  • Senior Engagement Program—provides support groups, assistance, and counseling to families caring for a loved one 60+ living in Oklahoma, Cleveland, Canadian, and Logan counties. Access to the Care Trak system which works as an emergency locator transmitter. Certain qualifications need to be met. Call 405-609-8812 to learn more.

Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City & OK/CN Co.
319 S.W. 25th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-232-0199
https://www.caaofokc.org/
Facebook: /CAAofOKC
Monday through Friday 8:00-4:00

Connects the community with a variety of resources such as:

  • Assistance with Head Start Education—Head Start Location within the OKC area and online application.
  • Provides community services—legal assistance, free tax filing, senior services.
  • McKinley Park Gym program—operated by the Northwest Community Center is a place where children/youth can play after school. A 6-week summer program is offered as well.
  • Emergency Services—rent/mortgage assistance, utility assistance, drug/alcohol treatment programs.
  • Housing services—homebuyer education, weatherization, assistance with down payments/closing cost.
  • Eligibility criteria and application processes can be found on their website or by contacting them directly.
  • Bus Passes—partners with Embark to provide transportation for necessary medical appointments, social service agencies, and job interview. One-day bus passes are issued through the Community Centers. Call your local community center for more information.

Special Care, Inc
12201 North Western Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
405-752-5112
https://specialcareinc.org/

  • Educational program that serves children with special needs. Year-round early childhood education, before and after school care (including all day summer and holiday programs for school aged children), and on-site therapeutic services to the students.
  • Complete an application online. There is a waiting list, but it is not a chronological waiting list, but one determined by need and availability.

Good Shepard Catholic School at Mercy
13404 N. Meridian Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73072
405-752-2264
http://www.goodshepherdcs.org/
Facebook: /goodshepcs

  • Provides specific learning and therapeutic opportunities for children who have autism and other developmental disabilities. They have a school program that services students ages 2 to 14. The program is based on the principles of ABA therapy. They have an ABA clinic which offers services both at clinic and in-home. Social skills group are offered for children with autism as well as tutoring services. Contact to the center to learn more about which services insurance will pay for and the admission process.

Lilyfield Empower OKC
1841 Exchange Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
405-602-8861
https://www.lilyfield.org/empowerokc
Facebook: /EmpowerOKC

Referral Forms will need to be completed for the different programs. Forms can be found on the website.

  • Kids Club—for children ages Pre-K to 13. Meets Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:30-4:30 and Thursday from 3:30-5:30. Children will learn social and emotional skills through curriculum and playtime.
  • Youth Club—Thursday mornings (Brunch Bunch) meets from 10:00-12:00. Thursday evening from 6:00-8:00. A place where teens can gather, give back to the community, and learn some life-skills.
  • Hope Center—a space for children in south Oklahoma City who needs assistance with virtual learning. Mentoring, mental health services, feeding programs, and other support services are provided at the Hope Center. Located at St. Luke’s Asbury United Methodist Church.
  • Parent Club—a parent peer support group that meets for 13 weeks that helps parents identify 40 developmental assets children need to be successful. Provided in both Spanish and English.

The Urban Mission
3737 N. Portland Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
405-946-1556
https://urbanmissionokc.org/

  • S.P.A.R.K. Program—afterschool program for children in grades K-5. Focuses on reading comprehension, arts, and creative play. Assist students in completing homework assignments and increasing reading skills. During the summer months, it extends to an all-day program.
  • Backpack Program—assist low-income students with school supplies.
  • Food and Resource Center—prepared food boxes brought to the clients. Need to have ID ready, follow guided route, and trunk cleaned out for volunteer to place food box in car. Hours of operation is Tuesday and Thursday 9:00-11:00.
  • Thrift Store is temporarily closed due to COVID.

Bethel Foundation
13003 N. Western
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
405-286-3700
866-442-1431 (Toll)
http://www.bethelfoundationusa.com/home.aspx
Facebook: /bethelfoundationusa

  • Adult and Children programs for single mothers with children. Contact Foundation for more details about the different programs.
  • Community Center for Clothes and Food—open Monday through Thursday 10:00-3:00. Acts as an emergency Food Pantry and provides clothes for mothers, children, and infants. Will need to complete an application.
  • Home Ownership Program—after completing a life skill mentoring and counseling program, participants have the option of purchasing the home they stayed in. Will need to complete an application for the program.
  • Resume building workshop—helps single moms build their resume for future employment.
  • Rab Rab Birthday Club—children will receive a birthday gift when you register your child for this club.
  • Kids Rock Camp—kid’s camp for students going into 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. Occurs during the month of June.
  • Camp Sonlight for Boys—an outdoor adventure camp for boys ages 6-11. Occurs in March, June, and October.
  • Girls Sassy Camp—free for girls ages 10-14. Occurs March Spring Break and October Fall break.
  • Artsy Doodle Camp—free cultural creative camp for boys and girls ages 6-10.
  • Camp Radiance—outdoor weekend camp for girls ages 6-11.

The OKC Dream Center
2212 SW 55th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73119
405-634-2615
https://www.dcokc.org/
Facebook: /OKCDreamCenter

  • Food Pantry—4th Saturday of every month. If a family is facing an unexpected shortage, they can call 405-634-2615 to make an appointment.
  • Clothing Closet—open Thursday from 10:00am-1:00pm. Call first to confirm it is open.
  • Resource Center—assist adults in finding employment, providing information of education options for children and parents, referrals to substance abuse treatment facilities, and linking families to other resources.
  • DC Warriors—wrestling program for at-risk children. Transportation can be provided, and food is served for the participants. Participation is free to qualified families.
  • Nourish—after-school program for four days a week (Monday-Thursday 4:00-5:00; meal from 5:00-6:00). Provides a free meal after school and during summer breaks. Enrichment activities vary based on what classes the volunteers lead.

City Care
2000 N. Classen Blvd. Suite N50
Oklahoma, City, OK 73106
405-652-1112
https://www.citycareokc.org/
Facebook: /citycareokc

  • Whiz Kids—one-on-one tutoring and mentoring for children who are in 1st through 4th grade who live in areas with the highest dropout rates and lowest socio-economic levels in OKC.
  • Supportive Housing—helps residents have stable housing by working on life skills, income, managing health needs, and positive support systems. Intake process to apply for safe and affordable housing. A new night shelter has opened up for men, women, and families.

FaithWorks of the Inner City
1300 S Byers Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73129
405-601-7600
https://www.faithworksokc.com/
Facebook: /FaithWorksOKC

For families in the Shidler neighborhood.

  • Power Hour—after-school tutoring program for students who attend Shidler Elementary. Meets every Tuesday from 2:45-4:30.
  • After School Classes—each Tuesday and Wednesday starting at 3:30 students can participate in activities such as sewing, cooking, crafts, music. Classes are generally once a week for a period of one to two months.
  • Mommy and Me—a program for 3- and 4-year-olds to help gain early exposure to the school setting. Parents who attend the class get information on parenting and child development.
  • Teen Impact—Wednesday and Thursday afternoons where teens can hang out and learn life-skills.
  • Bridging the GAP—families can learn how to develop a budget, set goals and build home equity.
  • Adult/Teen Work Program—developing marketable skills and resume building in order to help find employment.

Reaching Our City
7710 NW 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73127
405-440-9994
https://www.reachingourcity.org/
Facebook: /ReachingOurCity

  • Retail Shop—located at NW 12th and Rockwell. Provides affordable clothing, furniture, and household items. Open Monday -Friday 10:00-5:00 and Saturday 10:000-4:00.
  • Food Pantry—Thursday and Friday from 10:00-11:30 and 1:00 to 2:30pm. Serves certain zip codes. Verification of your address and each member of your household (photo id) is needed.
  • Career Navigation—open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00-1:00 to meet with a career navigator. For youth (ages 16-24), there is a business mentorship opportunity where the youth can learn skill training and receive career guidance.
  • Whiz Kids Tutoring Partnership—children receive a one-on-one reading tutor from Greenvale and Council Grove schools. Occurs during Tuesday evening during the school year from 4:00-6:00.
  • REACH Summer Camp—for children living around the NW 10th Street corridor of OKC.  Offered during the summer.

Latino Community Development Agency, Inc
420 SW 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-236-0701
https://lcdaok.com/
Facebook: /latinoagency

  • Medical—childhood immunization, breast cancer and cervical cancer screenings and treatment alternatives to chronic disease counseling, HIV/STD counseling.
  • Early Head Start and Transitional Pre-school—in collaboration with Sunbeam, they offer early childhood education for children ages 0-5 at the Tony Reyes Bilingual center. Call 405-236-4667 for more information.
  • Home Visitation program—in collaboration with parentPRO, this program focuses on improving the parent and child’s health by linking the family with health care, promoting health nutrition and exercise, promoting breastfeeding, identifying depression and making appropriate referrals. Emphasis on parenting skills, child development and attachment, and family safety.
  • Counseling—for children, children who have experienced trauma, Systems of Care, outpatient substance abuse treatment, parents assist and parent aide, non-offender sexual abuse, batterer’s intervention program, Strengthening Families program, Celebrating Families program.
  • Youth program—designed to instill leadership, citizenship, and life skills through learning programs and hands-on activities. Offers tutoring three times per week, summer programs, two six-week workshops, and scholarships for high school seniors and college.

Oklahoma Child Care Locator
http://childcarefind.okdhs.org/childcarefind/

  • Assist families in finding childcare facilities that have been approved by the Department of Human Services.
  • For additional information on how to choose quality childcare, call the Child Care Resource and Referral Association at 1-888-962-2772 or https://www.oklahomachildcare.org/.

Child Care Subsidy
405-521-3931
daycare@okdhs.org
https://oklahoma.gov/okdhs/services/adult/ccsubsidy/child-care-subsidy.html

  • Provides families with information on if they are eligible to receive childcare subsidy.

OKDHS Live
405-487-5483
https://www.okdhslive.org/

  • Helps to see if your family is eligible for programs such as Food benefits or Medicaid. One can also use this resource to apply or renew your eligibility for SNAP, SoonerCare, or DHS subsidy Child Care.

Skyline Urban Ministry
500 SE 15th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73129
405-632-2644
https://www.okcskyline.org/
Facebook: /okcityskyline

  • Style Shop—retail shop opened Monday-Friday 9:00am-12:00pm. Items range in price from $1-5 each. Only accepting cash payments at this time. Anyone experiencing an emergency situation may bring in a referral from a case manager, counselor, or social service worker and receive 10 free items for each household members. During the school year, for low-income families who have students in pre-K through 12th grade may receive two new sets of school uniforms plus underwear, socks, and a new pair of shoes.
  • Food Resource Center—Monday-Friday 9:00am-12:45pm. Mobile Pantry available to serve the homeless, those living out on the streets, and those that live in the metro without easy access to a store. Dates vary for Mobile Pantry. Food pantry is a drive thru. First time patrons must bring a photo id, recent utility bill or lease with current address, and form of id for each member of the household. Returning patron will bring a form of id and a return date card provided by Skyline. Assistance can occur every 30 days.
  • Eye Clinic—free basic eye exams. Monday-Thursday 9:00am-12:00pm. By appointment only. Call 405-605-1079 and leave a message requesting to be called back to schedule an appointment. It is important to follow the appointment procedure because if it is not followed, it will take another 2 year to schedule an eye appointment with them.

The OKC Dream Center
2212 SW 55th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73119
405-634-2615
https://www.dcokc.org/
Facebook: /OKCDreamCenter

  • Food Pantry—4th Saturday of every month. If a family is facing an unexpected shortage, they can call 405-634-2615 to make an appointment.
  • Clothing Closet—open Thursday from 10:00am-1:00pm. Call first to confirm it is open.
  • Resource Center—assist adults in finding employment, providing information of education options for children and parents, referrals to substance abuse treatment facilities, and linking families to other resources.
  • DC Warriors—wrestling program for at-risk children. Transportation can be provided, and food is served for the participants. Participation is free to qualified families.
  • Nourish—after-school program for four days a week (Monday-Thursday 4:00-5:00; meal from 5:00-6:00). Provides a free meal after school and during summer breaks. Enrichment activities varies based on what classes the volunteers lead.

Baptist Mission Center
2125 Exchange Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
405-235-6162
http://www.cbaokc.net/baptist_mission_center

Best to call for more information as pantry times may have changed. Office hours are Monday-Thursday 9:00-3:00.

  • Food Pantry—Thursday 1:00-3:00. Documentation required: Oklahoma photo id.
  • Clothes Closet—Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:00-11:00. Guest of Grace Rescue have access on Mondays. During Christmas, there is a Christmas store for children.
  • Medical Clinic—by appointment only. Day and evening clinics. Pharmacy for BMC patients. Call for more information and to schedule an appointment.

First Baptist Church of Bethany
3800 N. Mueller
Bethany, OK 73008
405-789-3312
http://www.fbcbethany.com/helping-others.html

Call to see if any documentation is needed first.

  • Food Pantry—Monday and Wednesday 9:30-11:30.
  • Neighborhood Clothing Need—First and Third Thursday 10:00am-3:00pm.  Provides needed clothes and home items after a disaster or other catastrophe. Located at the corner of 36th and Mueller.

Shidler-Wheeler Community Thrift Store
735 SE 15th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73129
405-609-6400
https://www.faithworksokc.com/thrift-store
Facebook: /shidlerwheelerstore

  • Retail shop that has clothes, and household items at a reduced price. Hours are 11:00am-5:00pm Tuesday through Friday and Saturday 10:00-4:00.

HOPE Center of Edmond
1251 N Broadway Ste. A
Edmond, OK 73034
405-349-1340
https://hopecenterofedmond.com/
Facebook: /hopecenterofedmond

  • Serves those who live in the Edmond area to help them when emergencies rise. They provide resources in one central location to help with food, clothing, and financial assistance. Hours of Operation is 8:30-4:00. Applications are online to complete or call to find out more information.
  • HOPEfully Yours Retail Shop*—located at 908 N. Broadway. Hours of Operation are 10:00am-5:00pm. Has a variety of clothing, household items, and some electronics.
  • Hope Center Health Clinic—helps mothers apply for WIC, collaborates with the Oklahoma Mother’s Milk Bank, provides a breastfeeding peer counselor program, and gives nutrition education classes for mothers.

The Salvation Army of Cleveland County
1124 N Porter
Norman, OK 73071
405-364-9910
https://salvationarmyokcac.org/
Facebook: /SalArmyNorman
Monday through Thursday 9:00-4:30
Friday 9:00-12:00. By phone 1:00-4:30

  • Food Pantry—open Tuesday and Thursday 1:00-3:00. Provides food every 30 day. Will need an ID, proof of residency, and complete an intake form.
  • Clothing assistance—For individuals who experience homeless. Allowed once per year. Will need ID, proof of income, and complete intake form.
  • Utility/Rent/Mortgage Assistance—Call to see if funds are available. Will need to be screened for eligibility, need an ID, proof of income, receipts paid in the last 30 days and current utility/rent/mortgage bill.
  • ID and Birth Certificate Assistance—for those who are homeless, they can assist with retrieving their birth certificate.
  • Anti-Poverty Initiative—16-20 class periods that helps individuals learn skills to reduce poverty, find resources, and build community support.
  • Community meal—every day from 5:00-6:00. Located at 318 E. Hayes.
  • Emergency Shelter—overnight shelter with a check-in starting at 4:30. Will need a current state issue photo ID or a police clearance letter from the Norman Police Department. Allowed to stay up to 14 nights. Eligible to return after 45 days. Located at 318 E Hayes.

Reaching Our City
7710 NW 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73127
405-440-9994
https://www.reachingourcity.org/
Facebook: /ReachingOurCity

  • Retail Shop—located at NW 12th and Rockwell. Provides affordable clothing, furniture, and household items. Open Monday -Friday 10:00-5:00 and Saturday 10:000-4:00.
  • Food Pantry—Thursday and Friday from 10:00-11:30 and 1:00 to 2:30pm. Serves certain zip codes. Verification of your address and each member of your household (photo id) is needed.
  • Career Navigation—open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00-1:00 to meet with a career navigator. For youth (ages 16-24), there is a business mentorship opportunity where the youth can learn skill training and receive career guidance.
  • Whiz Kids Tutoring Partnership—children receive a one-on-one reading tutor from Greenvale and Council Grove schools. Occurs Tuesday evening during the school year from 4:00-6:00.
  • REACH Summer Camp—for children living around the NW 10th Street corridor of OKC.  Offered during the summer.

Bethel Foundation
13003 N. Western
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
405-286-3700
866-442-1431 (Toll)
http://www.bethelfoundationusa.com/home.aspx
Facebook: /Bethelfoun

  • Adult and Children programs for single mothers with children. Contact Foundation for more details about the different programs.
  • Community Center for Clothes and Food—open Monday through Thursday 10:00-3:00. Acts as an emergency Food Pantry and provides clothes for mothers, children, and infants. Will need to complete an application.
  • Home Ownership Program—after completing a life skill mentoring and counseling program, participants have the option of purchasing the home they stayed in. Will need to complete an application for the program.
  • Resume building workshop—helps single moms build their resume for future employment.
  • Rab Rab Birthday Club—children will receive a birthday gift when you register your child for this club.
  • Kids Rock Camp—kid’s camp for students going into 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. Occurs during the month of June.
  • Camp Sonlight for Boys—an outdoor adventure camp for boys ages 6-11. Occurs in March, June, and October.
  • Girls Sassy Camp—free for girls ages 10-14. Occurs March Spring Break and October Fall break.
  • Artsy Doodle Camp—free cultural creative camp for boys and girls ages 6-10.
  • Camp Radiance—outdoor weekend camp for girls ages 6-11.

Hope Chest OKC
405-204-9108
https://www.hopechestokc.org/
Facebook: /HopeChestOKC

  • Provides beds, bedding, and dining table/chairs for families. To receive furniture, one must be referred from one of their partners (listed on their website) who would start the application process. Hope Chest would then follow up with the family.

Habitat for Humanity Restore
Two locations:
1800 N. Broadway Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
405-232-5592

4900 S. High Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73129
405-778-6222
https://cohfh.org/habitat-restore/shop
Facebook: /cohfhstores
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 9:00-6:00; Saturday 9:00-4:00

  • Great deal on quality new and gently used building supplies home improvement products, furniture, appliance, and variety of indoor and outdoor household items.

Oklahoma Indian Clinic
4913 W Reno Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73127
405-948-4900
http://okcic.com/
Facebook: /OKCIndianClinic

  • Provides culturally sensitive health and wellness services for Native Americans. Services include basic medical care, dental, optometry, behavioral health services, fitness, nutrition, and other family programs. They work with pediatric and prenatal care to family medicine. Provides consultants who can assist with a variety of community resources. New patient forms are on the website. Call for more information.

Oklahoma Indian Legal Services
4200 Perimeter Center Drive, Suite 222
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
1-800-658-1497
405-943-6457
https://www.oilsonline.org/index.html
Facebook: /OklahomaIndianLegalServices

  • Represents low-income Native Americans in cases that may include the Indian Child Welfare Act; natural resources; housing; sovereignty; recovering from a disaster; and individual rights. Does not accept fee-generating cases and applicant cannot be involved in a criminal case. Applications are taken over the phone Monday through Thursday 9:00-12:00 and 1:00-3:00. Leave a message in order to get a returned call. To be eligible you must be a resident of Oklahoma, a member of a federally recognized tribe, and fall within the low-income guidelines.

Hispanic American Mission
1836 Northwest 3rd Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
405-272-0890
https://hispanic-american-mission.business.site/?utm_source=gmb&utm_medium=referral
Facebook: /Hispanic-American-Mission-154927581209714

  • Can assist with immigration matters, citizenship, resident card renewal, DACA renewal, Temporary Protected Status, work permit (EAD), parole, and waivers. Helps with completing forms and offers English classes. Fees are based on income. Call for more information. Office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00-4:00.

Catholic Charities
1232 N Classen Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
405-523-3000
https://catholiccharitiesok.org/
Facebook: /CCOKC

  • Has a variety of programs that can assist families. Several programs have bilingual support. Catholic Charities has a couple of locations throughout Oklahoma.
  • Emergency Rent and Utilities—they may also be able to assist with bus passes, diaper assistance, snack packs, and other resources.
  • Family HOPE Case Management—strives to help improve the economic situation and social support of families. This is not an emergency assistance program, but one that helps family reach and maintain self-sufficiency. Offers transitional housing as well as disaster relief recovery.
  • Immigration Legal Services—schedule a consolation to see if the legal team can assist (405-523-3001). If they can help, they are able to provide direct legal services to low-income immigrants. Hours are Monday to Friday from 8:00-4:30. Closed for lunch 12:00-1:00.
  • Refugee Services—assist newly arrived refugees in finding safety, stability, self-sufficiency, and integration into a new community. May be able to assist refugees with education services and employment services.
  • Housing—for senior citizens and for those who may require housing support in the city of Lawton.
  • Sanctuary Women’s Development—offering low-income and homeless women and children resources and support to help alleviate the effects of poverty. Has a food and hygiene pantry. The Holy Family Home provides supportive residential care and community-based services. Residents must be referred by a case manager or advocate.
  • Adoption and Pregnancy Services—offering pregnancy support, transportation to appointments, goal planning, assistance with baby items and food. Support if a birth mother is deciding the option of adoption.

Latino Community Development Agency, Inc
420 SW 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-236-0701
https://lcdaok.com/
Facebook: /latinoagency

  • Medical—childhood immunization, breast cancer and cervical cancer screenings and treatment alternatives to chronic disease counseling, HIV/STD counseling.
  • Early Head Start and Transitional Pre-school—in collaboration with Sunbeam, they offer early childhood education for children ages 0-5 at the Tony Reyes Bilingual center. Call 405-236-4667 for more information.
  • Home Visitation program—in collaboration with parentPRO, this program focuses on improving the parent and child’s health by linking the family with health care, promoting health nutrition and exercise, promoting breastfeeding, identifying depression and making appropriate referrals. Emphasis on parenting skills, child development and attachment, and family safety.
  • Counseling—for children, children who have experienced trauma, Systems of Care, outpatient substance abuse treatment, parents assist and parent aide, non-offender sexual abuse, batterer’s intervention program, Strengthening Families program, Celebrating Families program.
  • Youth program—designed to instill leadership, citizenship, and life skills through learning programs and hands-on activities. Offers tutoring three times per week, summer programs, two six-weeks workshops, and scholarships for high school seniors and college.

Spero Project
PO Box 2243
Oklahoma City, OK 73101
405-312-6705
https://www.thesperoproject.com/
Facebook: /thesperoproject

  • Welcomes refugees by connecting to others, providing resources, and learning opportunities to help one feel a sense of belonging in Oklahoma City. Supports students by hosting after school programs, leading a summer program focused on language acquisition and academics, offering translation services, transportation and serving as a liaison between the community and school. Helping adults with tutoring, trauma-informed therapy, and providing free weekly class and support for English, citizenship, and driving.

PFLAG
4001 N Classen Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
405-593-8868
https://pflagoklahomacity.org/
Facebook: /AllAreWelcomeOKC

  • To provide support, education, and advocacy to LGBTQ+ persons, parents, families, and allies in the community. Hours of operation Monday through Friday 9:00-5:00.

Q Space
Herland Sister Resources
2312 NW 39th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
405-259-2939
https://www.qspaceok.org/
Facebook: /QSpaceOKC

  • A substance-free, safe place for LGBTQ+ young people in Oklahoma ages 13-35. Adult and teen groups are offered online at this time due to COVID. Groups work to connect young people with resources and opportunities. Call or go online for more information.

Catholic Charities
1232 N Classen Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
405-523-3000
https://catholiccharitiesok.org/
Facebook: /CCOKC

Has a variety of programs that can assist families. Several programs have bilingual support. Catholic Charities has a couple of locations throughout Oklahoma.

  • Emergency Rent and Utilities—they may also be able to assist with bus passes, diaper assistance, snack packs, and other resources.
  • Family HOPE Case Management—strives to help improve the economic situation and social support of families. This is not an emergency assistance program, but one that helps family reach and maintain self-sufficiency. Offers transitional housing as well as disaster relief recovery.
  • Immigration Legal Services—schedule a consolation to see if the legal team can assist (405-523-3001). If they can help, they are able to provide direct legal services to low-income immigrants. Hours are Monday to Friday from 8:00-4:30. Closed for lunch 12:00-1:00.
  • Refugee Services—assist newly arrived refugees in finding safety, stability, self-sufficiency, and integration into a new community. May be able to assist refugees with education services and employment services.
  • Housing—for senior citizens and for those who may require housing support in the city of Lawton.
  • Sanctuary Women’s Development—offering low-income and homeless women and children resources and support to help alleviate the effects of poverty. Has a food and hygiene pantry. The Holy Family Home provides supportive residential care and community-based services. Residents must be referred by a case manager or advocate.
  • Adoption and Pregnancy Services—offering pregnancy support, transportation to appointments, goal planning, assistance with baby items and food. Support if a birth mother is deciding the option of adoption.

Upward Transition
1134 W. Main Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
405-232-5507
https://upwardtransitions.org/
Facebook: /UpwardTransitions
Office hours are Monday to Friday 8:00-12:00 and 1:00-4:30. Embark Routes 9 and 12 pass location.

  • Community Outreach—aids families and individuals who face threats of financial stability. They can help with short-term assistance and link families with resources. Case Managers can work with you to help create a plan that addresses specific needs to avoid future homelessness.
  • Utility Assistance—must live in Oklahoma County, have a current cut-off notice, have minor children or a senior of 55+ at the home, have proof of hardship which caused difficulty in paying bills.
  • Rent Assistance—must live in Oklahoma County, have a 5-day notice to quit or eviction notice in client’s name, have minor children or a senior of 55+ at the home, have proof of hardship which caused difficulty in paying bills.

Guild of St. George
117 NW 7th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
405-232-2288
Facebook: /GuildofSaintGeorge
Hours of operations: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00 am-12:00 pm

  • First come, first serve. Provides assistance with food, help with utility bills, daily bus tokens, deposits for public housing, and assist with medical prescriptions and eye prescriptions. They can assist with obtaining an Oklahoma ID and birth certificate.

Neighborhood Services Organization
431 SW 11th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-236-0452 (Administrative)
https://nsookc.org/
Facebook: /nsookc

Transitional Housing—three different transitional housing programs. Call 405-525-7409 for more information and about the pre-screening process.

  •             Martha’s House—homeless families with multiple children. Residents must be either in school or employed full-time to qualify.
  •             Gatewood—homeless pregnant women. Women can be either pregnant or caring for a child under the age of 5.
  •             Carolyn Williams Center—homeless young men between 18-23 years old. This center also is a 120-day emergency shelter program for young men.
  • Palo Duro I and II—long-term housing for homeless, single adult with a mental illness.
  • Dental Clinic—call 405-236-0413 to schedule an appointment. Hours are Tuesday through Thursday 8:30 -5:00. Alternating Friday/Saturdays 9:30-6:30. Located at 431 SW 11th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73109.
  • WIC Clinic—free nutrition education and supplemental foods available. Located at 3530 N. McArthur Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73122. 405-942-2008.
  • Housing Assistance—call 405-653-6624 on Mondays from 8:30-11:30 to be put on a prescreening list. At the time of the appointment, determination will be made if they can assist.
  •             First month Rent—may be able to assist those who are transitioning to permanent housing. Must be a resident of Oklahoma, Canadian, or McClain counties, be homeless, and have income.
  •             Eviction Prevention—may be able to assist those who have had an emergency and are unable to pay one month’s rent. Must be a resident of Oklahoma, Canadian, or McClain counties, have income, and be a renter with an eviction notice at time of assistance.
  •             Mortgage Assistance—may be able to assist those who have had an emergency and are unable to pay their mortgage. Will only pay toward principal and interest. Must be a resident of Oklahoma, Canadian, or McClain counties, have income, and have a mortgage payment due within 5 days.

Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City & OK/CN Co.
319 S.W. 25th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-232-0199
https://www.caaofokc.org/
Facebook: /CAAofOKC
Monday through Friday 8:00-4:00

Connects the community with a variety of resources such as:

  • Assistance with Head Start Education—Head Start Location within the OKC area and online application.
  • Provides community services—legal assistance, free tax filing, senior services.
  • McKinley Park Gym program—operated by the Northwest Community Center is a place where children/youth can play after school. A 6-week summer program is offered as well.
  • Emergency Services—rent/mortgage assistance, utility assistance, drug/alcohol treatment programs.
  • Housing services—homebuyer education, weatherization, assistance with down payments/closing cost.
  • Eligibility criteria and application processes can be found on their website or by contacting them directly.
  • Bus Passes—partners with Embark to provide transportation for necessary medical appointments, social service agencies, and job interview. One-day bus passes are issued through the Community Centers. Call your local community center for more information.

The Salvation Army of Cleveland County
1124 N Porter
Norman, OK 73071
405-364-9910
https://salvationarmyokcac.org
Facebook: /SalArmyNorman
Monday through Thursday 9:00-4:30
Friday 9:00-12:00. By phone 1:00-4:30

  • Food Pantry—open Tuesday and Thursday 1:00-3:00. Provides food every 30 day. Will need an ID, proof of residency, and complete an intake form.
  • Clothing assistance—for individuals who experience homeless. Allowed once per year. Will need ID, proof of income, and complete intake form.
  • Utility/Rent/Mortgage Assistance—call to see if funds are available. Will need to be screened for eligibility, need an ID, proof of income, receipts paid in the last 30 days and current utility/rent/mortgage bill.
  • ID and Birth Certificate Assistance—for those who are homeless, they can assist with retrieving their birth certificate.
  • Anti-Poverty Initiative—16-20 class periods that helps learn skills to reduce poverty, find resources, and build community support.
  • Community meal—every day from 5:00-6:00. Located at 318 E. Hayes.
  • Emergency Shelter—overnight shelter with a check-in starting at 4:30. Will need a current state issue photo ID or a police clearance letter from the Norman Police Department. Allowed to stay up to 14 nights. Eligible to return after 45 days. Located at 318 E Hayes.

The Salvation Army of Canadian County
1012 S Rock Island
El Reno, OK 73036
405-295-2343
https://salvationarmyokcac.org/
Facebook: /SalArmyCentralOK
Monday through Wednesday 8:30-3:00
Friday 9:30-12:30

  • Utility and Rental assistance—call to check availability of funds. Will need to bring an ID, proof of income, receipts of expenses paid in the last 30 days, and current rent/utility bill.

Compassionate Hands
119 South Sixths St.
Yukon, OK 73099
405-354-9591
https://compassionatehandsyukon.com/
Facebook: /compassionatehands.yukon
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 9:00-1:00

  • Rental/Utility Assistance—able to assist those who live in the Yukon School district. Can assist one time per year.
  • Care-A-Van—transport residents in that live in the zip code area of 73099 and/or Yukon School district. Serves the elderly and disabled and can take them to areas within 30 miles. On Tuesdays, the van goes to Walmart. Hours are Monday through Friday 8:00-4:00 and there is no cost for service.

Oklahoma Child Support Services
Oklahoma Department of Human Services
2400 N. Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
405-522-2273
800-522-2922 (Toll)
https://oklahoma.gov/okdhs/services/child-support-services.html

  • Resource on how to apply for services and the information needed should one seek child support.

Moneygeek.com
https://www.moneygeek.com/

  • Website that helps one with tools and strategies about how to make financial decisions.

Regional Food Bank
3355 S. Purdue
Oklahoma City, OK 73179
405-972-111
https://www.regionalfoodbank.org/
Facebook: /regionalfoodbank

  • Food for Communities—partners with different agencies in 53 counties in central and western Oklahoma. The agencies range from food pantries, to shelters and soup kitchens. Can assist families with SNAP or WIC application assistance. Use the locator feature to find a local pantry: https://www.regionalfoodbank.org/get-help/#locator.
  • Prescription Assistance—has partnered with BuzzRX to helps people save on prescriptions.
  • Food for Kids—helps serves children and youth food through the school year and summer. Most programs are associated with the child’s school.
  • Food for Seniors—delivers food to residents 60+ years in age who are unable to get to food pantries, those living in 18 Oklahoma Housing Authority sites, and well as providing frozen meals to those who may have limitations in physical functioning, cognition, and physical mobility.

Christian Service Center
1008 N. Mckinley
Oklahoma City, OK 73106

South Location:
115 SW 24th
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-236-5956
http://www.christianservicecenter.net/
Hours of operation: Monday-Wednesday 10:30-12:30

Provides various programs to serve and connect individuals throughout the OKC area. Some are:

  • Baby Room—provides diapers, formula, clothing, and other necessary items for expecting mothers.
  • Food Pantry—serves 50 families every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
  • Fresh Market—serves 30 families fruits, vegetables, and bakery items. First come, first serve.
  • Trinity Legal Clinic—free legal service. Can assist with cases ranging from wrongful denial of jobs, immigration issues, minor criminal issues, and unfair housing practices.
  • Medical Clinic—call to make an appointment or to talk with the medical director. Runs through schedule appointments.

First Baptist Church of Bethany
3800 N. Mueller
Bethany, OK 73008
405-789-3312
http://www.fbcbethany.com/helping-others.html

  • Call to see if any documentation is needed first.
  • Food Pantry—Monday and Wednesday 9:30-11:30.
  • Neighborhood Clothing Need—first and third Thursday 10:00am-3:00pm.  Provides needed clothes and home items after a disaster or other catastrophe. Located at the corner of 36th and Mueller.

First Baptist of Moore Care Center
301 NE 27th Street
Moore, OK 73160
405-793-2600
https://firstmoore.com/other-ministries
Every Monday from 10:00am-1:00 pm and 5:30pm-7:00pm.

  • Need current driver license and utility bill. Specific to certain zip codes within the Moore/South OKC area. Call for more information and details. At this time, it is a food drive thru.

Skyline Urban Ministry
500 SE 15th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73129
405-632-2644
https://www.okcskyline.org/
Facebook: /okcityskyline

  • Style Shop—retail shop opened Monday-Friday 9:00am-12:00pm. Items range in price from $1-5 each. Only accepting cash payments at this time. Anyone experiencing an emergency situation may bring in a referral from a case manager, counselor, or social service worker and receive 10 free items for each household members. During the school year, for low-income families who have students in pre-K through 12th grade may receive two new sets of school uniforms plus underwear, socks, and a new pair of shoes.
  • Food Resource Center—Monday-Friday 9:00am-12:45pm. Mobile Pantry available to serve the homeless, those living out on the streets, and those that live in the metro without easy access to a store. Dates vary for Mobile Pantry. Food pantry is a drive thru. First time patrons must bring a photo id, recent utility bill or lease with current address, and form of id for each member of the household. Returning patron will bring a form of id and a return date card provided by Skyline. Assistance can occur every 30 days.
  • Eye Clinic—free basic eye exams. Monday-Thursday 9:00am-12:00pm. By appointment only. Call 405-605-1079 and leave a message requesting to be called back to schedule an appointment. It is important to follow the appointment procedure because if it is not followed, it will take another 2 year to schedule an eye appointment with them.

The Urban Mission
3737 N. Portland Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
405-946-1556
https://urbanmissionokc.org/

  • S.P.A.R.K. Program—afterschool program for children in grades K-5. Focuses on reading comprehension, arts, and creative play. Assist students in completing homework assignments and increasing reading skills. During the summer months, it extends to an all-day program.
  • Backpack Program—assist low-income students with school supplies.
  • Food and Resource Center—prepared food boxes brought to the clients. Need to have ID ready, follow guided route, and trunk cleaned out for volunteer to place food box in car. Hours of operation is Tuesday and Thursday 9:00-11:00.
  • Thrift Store is temporarily closed due to COVID.

The OKC Dream Center
2212 SW 55th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73119
405-634-2615
https://www.dcokc.org/
Facebook: /OKCDreamCenter

  • Food Pantry—4th Saturday of every month. If a family is facing an unexpected shortage, they can call 405-634-2615 to make an appointment.
  • Clothing Closet—open Thursday from 10:00am-1:00pm. Call first to confirm it is open.
  • Resource Center—assist adults in finding employment, providing information of education options for children and parents, referrals to substance abuse treatment facilities, and linking families to other resources.
  • DC Warriors—wrestling program for at-risk children. Transportation can be provided, and food is served for the participants. Participation is free to qualified families.
  • Nourish—after school program for four days a week (Monday-Thursday 4:00-5:00; meal from 5:00-6:00). Provides a free meal after school and during summer breaks. Enrichment activities varies based on what classes the volunteers lead.

Reaching Our City
7710 NW 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73127
405-440-9994
https://www.reachingourcity.org/
Facebook: /ReachingOurCity

  • Retail Shop—located at NW 12th and Rockwell. Provides affordable clothing, furniture, and household items. Open Monday -Friday 10:00-5:00 and Saturday 10:000-4:00.
  • Food Pantry—Thursday and Friday from 10:00-11:30 and 1:00 to 2:30pm. Serves certain zip codes. Verification of your address and each member of your household (photo id) is needed.
  • Career Navigation—open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00-1:00 to meet with a career navigator. For youth (ages 16-24), there is a business mentorship opportunity where the youth can learn skill training and receive career guidance.
  • Whiz Kids Tutoring Partnership—children receive a one-on-one reading tutor from Greenvale and Council Grove schools. Occurs during Tuesday evening during the school year from 4:00-6:00.
  • REACH Summer Camp—for children living around the NW 10th Street corridor of OKC.  Offered during the summer.

The Salvation Army of Oklahoma County
1001 N. Pennsylvania Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
405-246-1100
https://salvationarmyokcac.org/
Facebook: /SalArmyCentralOK
Monday through Friday 8:30-4:00

  • Community meals—provides a free meal to the community and seniors. Call 405-246-1120 for more information about the senior meal program.
  • Emergency Shelter—call 405-246-1133 for availability of overnight shelter. For men, women, and families.

The Salvation Army of Cleveland County
1124 N Porter
Norman, OK 73071
405-364-9910
https://salvationarmyokcac.org/
Facebook: /SalArmyCentralOK
Monday through Thursday 9:00-4:30
Friday 9:00-12:00. By phone 1:00-4:30

  • Food Pantry—open Tuesday and Thursday 1:00-3:00. Provides food every 30 day. Will need an ID, proof of residency, and complete an intake form.
  • Clothing assistance—for individuals who experience homeless. Allowed once per year. Will need ID, proof of income, and complete intake form.
  • Utility/Rent/Mortgage Assistance—call to see if funds are available. Will need to be screened for eligibility, need an ID, proof of income, receipts paid in the last 30 days and current utility/rent/mortgage bill.
  • ID and Birth Certificate Assistance—for those who are homeless, they can assist with retrieving their birth certificate.
  • Anti-Poverty Initiative—16-20 class periods that helps learn skills to reduce poverty, find resources, and build community support.
  • Community meal—every day from 5:00-6:00. Located at 318 E. Hayes.
  • Emergency Shelter—overnight shelter with a check-in starting at 4:30. Will need a current state issue photo ID or a police clearance letter from the Norman Police Department. Allowed to stay up to 14 nights. Eligible to return after 45 days. Located at 318 E Hayes.

Highland Baptist Church Food Pantry
2425 SE 4th St.
Moore, OK
405-794-5432
https://hbcmoore.org/ministries/food-pantry/

  • Open Tuesdays and Thursday from 9:00-12:00. Picture ID and proof of residency is required for every visit. It is not zip code specific, so it does not matter where you live. Individuals are eligible to receive food every 60 days.

Baptist Mission Center
2125 Exchange Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
405-235-6162
http://www.cbaokc.net/baptist_mission_center

Best to call for more information as pantry times may have changed. Office hours are Monday-Thursday 9:00-3:00.

  • Food Pantry—Thursday 1:00-3:00. Documentation required: Oklahoma photo id.
  • Clothes Closet—Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:00-11:00. Guest of Grace Rescue have access on Mondays. During Christmas, there is a Christmas store for children.
  • Medical Clinic—by appointment only. Day and evening clinics. Pharmacy for BMC patients. Call for more information and to schedule appointment.

Food and Shelter
201 Reed Ave
Norman, OK 73071
405-360-4954
http://www.foodandshelterinc.org/#about
Facebook: /Food-and-Shelter-Inc-140045846058853
Food Pantry and Shelter for Cleveland County residents only.
Open 7 days a week for breakfast at 8:30 and 11:00 for lunch.

  • Food Pantry—open Tuesday through Saturday 1:00-3:30.
  • Day Shelter—open from 8:00 until 4:00. The shelter has a free store in which the homeless can have access to personal care items, and other hygiene needs. Case Managers are available to assist in finding emergency shelter options. They may also be able to assist families who are one the brink of homeless with one-time rent and utility assistance.
  • Long Term Shelter—designed specifically for families with minor children. Families can qualify for up to 2 years with assistance. To complete an application, go in person to fill out the form.

BritVil Community Food Pantry
8717 N. Western Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
405-842-1275
http://www.helpbritvil.com/
Facebook: /britvilfoodpantry

  • Serves low-income families that live in four zip codes—73114, 73120, 73105, 73131.
  • Monday through Friday from 9:00-11:00.
  • Numbers will be handed out at 8:00. When your number is called you will meet with an interviewer who will take your information. Bring a picture ID and proof of address. Clients can pick up food every 30 days. You will have to be responsible for being able to take your food home as they do not provide mobile assistance with groceries. Call for more information or if you have questions.

Regency Park Baptist Church Care Closet
2001 North Janeway
Moore, OK 73160
http://www.regencypark.church/care-closet.html

  • Open to those who are residents of Moore and meet the criteria for low income as regulated by federal and geographic guidelines. Food, clothing, and resource information is available.
  • Hours: Wednesdays 10:00-4:00.

Bethel Foundation
13003 N. Western
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
405-286-3700
866-442-1431 (Toll)
http://www.bethelfoundationusa.com/home.aspx
Facebook: /Bethelfoun

  • Adult and Children programs for single mothers with children. Contact Foundation for more details about the different programs.
  • Community Center for Clothes and Food—open Monday through Thursday 10:00-3:00. Acts as an emergency Food Pantry and provides clothes for mothers, children, and infants. Will need to complete an application.
  • Home Ownership Program—after completing a life skill mentoring and counseling program, participants have the option of purchasing the home they stayed in. Will need to complete an application for the program.
  • Resume building workshop—helps single moms build their resume for future employment.
  • Rab Rab Birthday Club—children will receive a birthday gift when you register your child for this club.
  • Kids Rock Camp—kid’s camp for students going into 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. Occurs during the month of June.
  • Camp Sonlight for Boys—an outdoor adventure camp for boys ages 6-11. Occurs in March, June, and October.
  • Girls Sassy Camp—free for girls ages 10-14. Occurs March Spring Break and October Fall break.
  • Artsy Doodle Camp—free cultural creative camp for boys and girls ages 6-10.
  • Camp Radiance—Outdoor weekend camp for girls ages 6-11

Bethel Foundation
13003 N. Western
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
405-286-3700
866-442-1431 (Toll)
http://www.bethelfoundationusa.com/home.aspx
Facebook: /Bethelfoun

  • Adult and Children programs for single mothers with children. Contact Foundation for more details about the different programs.
  • Community Center for Clothes and Food—open Monday through Thursday 10:00-3:00. Acts as an emergency Food Pantry and provides clothes for mothers, children, and infants. Will need to complete an application.
  • Home Ownership Program—after completing a life skill mentoring and counseling program, participants have the option of purchasing the home they stayed in. Will need to complete an application for the program.
  • Resume building workshop—helps single moms build their resume for future employment.
  • Rab Rab Birthday Club—children will receive a birthday gift when you register your child for this club.
  • Kids Rock Camp—kid’s camp for students going into 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. Occurs during the month of June.
  • Camp Sonlight for Boys—an outdoor adventure camp for boys ages 6-11. Occurs in March, June, and October.
  • Girls Sassy Camp—free for girls ages 10-14. Occurs March Spring Break and October Fall break.
  • Artsy Doodle Camp—free cultural creative camp for boys and girls ages 6-10.
  • Camp Radiance—Outdoor weekend camp for girls ages 6-11

Oklahoma City Housing Authority
1800 Northeast Fourth Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73117
405-239-7551
https://www.ochanet.org/
Facebook: /Oklahoma-City-Housing-Authority-400429053387599

  • Helps provide affordable, decent, housing or housing assistance to low-income people of Oklahoma City. Applications are online to complete along with eligibility requirements. Once application is submitted, you will be placed on a waiting list. Applications must be complete because applying does not guarantee placement on the waiting list.
  • Public Housing and Section 8 housing are two different programs. It is okay to apply for both programs as one has a longer waiting list than the other.
  • Eligibility depends on income level, housing history, and not having a committed any drug or violent crimes in the past 3-5 years. There are units that can accommodate families, singles, and seniors.
  • To find your local Public Housing Agency go to the following website: https://www.hud.gov/program_offices/public_indian_housing/pha/contacts

Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency
205 N.W. 63rd, Suite 140
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
https://www.ok.gov/ohfa/index.html
Facebook: /OklahomaHousingFinanceAgency

  • The website can assist those who are interested in public housing resources.

Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity
5005 S I-35 Service Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73129
405-232-4828
https://cohfh.org/
Facebook: /COHFH

  • Builds home in partnership with qualifying families and the community. The homes are sold at no profit to low-income families. There are certain commitments that the homebuyer must understand and agree to in order to be considered. This is a long process and takes time to be able to get into a house.
  • Habitat for Humanity is a nationwide program. Go to their national website if you are interesting their program outside of the OKC area: https://www.habitat.org/.

Neighborhood Services Organization
431 SW 11th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-236-0452 (Administrative)
https://nsookc.org/
Facebook: /nsookc

  • Transitional Housing—three different transitional housing programs. Call 405-525-7409 for more information and about the pre-screening process.
  • Martha’s House—homeless families with multiple children. Residents must be either in school or employed full time to qualify.
  • Gatewood—homeless pregnant women. Women can be either pregnant or caring for a child under the age of 5.
  • Carolyn Williams Center—homeless young men between 18-23 years old. This center also is a 120-day emergency shelter program for young men.
  • Palo Duro I and II—long term housing for homeless, single adult with a mental illness
  • Dental Clinic—call 405-236-0413 to schedule an appointment. Hours are Tuesday through Thursday 8:30 -5:00. Alternating Friday/Saturdays 9:30-6:30. Located at 431 SW 11th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73109.
  • WIC Clinic—free nutrition education and supplemental foods available. Located at 3530 N. McArthur Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73122. 405-942-2008.
  • Housing Assistance—call 405-653-6624 on Mondays from 8:30-11:30 to be put on a prescreening list. At the time of the appointment, determination will be made if they can assist.
  • First month Rent—may be able to assist those who are transitioning to permanent housing. Must be a resident of Oklahoma, Canadian, or McClain counties, be homeless, and have income.
  •  Eviction Prevention—may be able to assist those who have had an emergency and are unable to pay one month’s rent. Must be a resident of Oklahoma, Canadian, or McClain counties, have income, and be a renter with an eviction notice at time of assistance.
  •  Mortgage Assistance—may be able to assist those who have had an emergency and are unable to pay their mortgage. Will only pay toward principal and interest. Must be a resident of Oklahoma, Canadian, or McClain counties, have income, and have a mortgage payment due within 5 days.

Catholic Charities
1232 N Classen Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
405-523-3000
https://catholiccharitiesok.org/
Facebook: /CCOKC

  • Has a variety of programs that can assist families. Several programs have bilingual support. Catholic Charities has a couple of locations throughout Oklahoma.
  • Emergency Rent and Utilities—they may also be able to assist with bus passes, diaper assistance, snack packs, and other resources.
  • Family HOPE Case Management—strives to help improve the economic situation and social support of families. This is not an emergency assistance program, but one that helps family reach and maintain self-sufficiency. Offers transitional housing as well as disaster relief recovery.
  • Immigration Legal Services—schedule a consolation to see if the legal team can assist (405-523-3001). If they can help, they are able to provide direct legal services to low-income immigrants. Hours are Monday to Friday from 8:00-4:30. Closed for lunch 12:00-1:00.
  • Refugee Services—assist newly arrived refugees in finding safety, stability, self-sufficiency, and integration into a new community. May be able to assist refugees with education services and employment services.
  • Housing—for senior citizens and for those who may require housing support in the city of Lawton.
  • Sanctuary Women’s Development—offering low-income and homeless women and children resources and support to help alleviate the effects of poverty. Has a food and hygiene pantry. The Holy Family Home provides supportive residential care and community-based services. Residents must be referred by a case manager or advocate.
  • Adoption and Pregnancy Services—offering pregnancy support, transportation to appointments, goal planning, assistance with baby items and food. Support if a birth mother deciding the option of adoption.

City Care
2000 N. Classen Blvd. Suite N50
Oklahoma, City, OK 73106
405-652-1112
https://www.citycareokc.org/
Facebook: /citycareokc

  • Whiz Kids—one-on-one tutoring and mentoring for children who are in 1st through 4th grade who live in areas with the highest dropout rates and lowest socio-economic levels in OKC.
  • Supportive Housing—helps residents have stable housing by working on life skills, income, managing health needs, and positive support systems. Intake process to apply for safe and affordable housing. A new night shelter has opened up for men, women, and families.

Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City & OK/CN Co.
319 S.W. 25th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-232-0199
https://www.caaofokc.org/
Facebook: /CAAofOKC
Monday through Friday 8:00-4:00.

Connects the community with a variety of resources such as:

  • Assistance with Head Start Education–Head Start Location within the OKC area and online application.
  • Provides community services—legal assistance, free tax filing, senior services.
  • McKinley Park Gym program—operated by the Northwest Community Center is a place where children/youth can play after school. A 6-week summer program is offered as well.
  • Emergency Services—rent/mortgage assistance, utility assistance, drug/alcohol treatment programs.
  • Housing services—homebuyer education, weatherization, assistance with down payments/closing cost.
  • Eligibility criteria and application processes can be found on their website or by contacting them directly.
  • Bus Passes—partners with Embark to provide transportation for necessary medical appointments, social service agencies, and job interview. One-day bus passes are issued through the Community Centers. Call your local community center for more information.

Sunbeam Family Services
1100 NW 14th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
405-528-7721
https://sunbeamfamilyservices.org/
Facebook: /SunbeamOKC

  • Early Education Center—free program for children ages birth to 3. Once in the program, there will be access to physical and dental examinations, health screenings, and healthy snacks. Children must meet certain criteria for eligibility. See website for who can apply. Collaborates with Emerson Alternative High School to supports teen mothers with children ages birth to 3. Works together with the Tony Reyes Bilingual Child Development Center to support children and their families who comes from homes where English as a second language.
  • Mental Health Services—affordable mental health services for all ages. Accepts both Medicaid and various private insurance.
  • Senior Engagement Program—provides support groups, assistance, and counseling to families caring for a loved one 60+ living in Oklahoma, Cleveland, Canadian, and Logan counties. Access to the Care Trak system which works as an emergency locator transmitter. Certain qualifications need to be met. Call 405-609-8812 to learn more.

Homeless Alliance
1724 N.W. 4th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
405-415-8410
https://homelessalliance.org/
Facebook: /homelessalliance

  • Westtown Campus—day shelter that has a resource center, library, shower, and meals. Other organizations that partner with the Homeless Alliance are located there as well in order to support and aid those living on the streets. Has a kennel on site to board your pet for the day. The phone number to the day shelter is 405-415-8500.
  • Housing Program—for veterans, families/children, and people 24 years old or younger can visit the resource center Monday through Friday 9:00-4:00 to schedule an intake to inquire about housing options. For Single adults they can visit the shelter located at 1729 N.W. 3rd Street to talk with an advocate between the hours of 8:00-11:00 or 1:00-3:00 Monday through Friday. For further questions call the main line Monday through Friday 9:00-4:00.
  • HOPWA—for people with AIDS, this program can provide housing support and resources. Call 405-778-6385 to schedule an appointment with a HOPWA case manager. Located at 2245 N.W. 39th Street.

The Salvation Army of Oklahoma County
1001 N. Pennsylvania Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
405-246-1100
https://salvationarmyokcac.org/
Facebook: /SalArmyCentralOK
Monday through Friday 8:30-4:00

  • Community meals—provides a free meal to the community and seniors. Call 405-246-1120 for more information about the senior meal program.
  • Emergency Shelter—call 405-246-1133 for availability of overnight shelter. For men, women, and families.

The Salvation Army of Cleveland County
1124 N Porter
Norman, OK 73071
405-364-9910
https://salvationarmyokcac.org/
Facebook: /SalArmyCentralOK
Monday through Thursday 9:00-4:30.
Friday 9:00-12:00. By phone 1:00-4:30.

  • Food Pantry—open Tuesday and Thursday 1:00-3:00. Provides food every 30 day. Will need an ID, proof of residency, and complete an intake form.
  • Clothing assistance—for individuals who experience homeless. Allowed once per year. Will need ID, proof of income, and complete intake form.
  • Utility/Rent/Mortgage Assistance—call to see if funds are available. Will need to be screened for eligibility, need an ID, proof of income, receipts paid in the last 30 days and current utility/rent/mortgage bill.
  • ID and Birth Certificate Assistance—for those who are homeless, they can assist with retrieving their birth certificate.
  • Anti-Poverty Initiative—16-20 class periods that helps learn skills to reduce poverty, find resources, and build community support.
  • Community meal—every day from 5:00-6:00. Located at 318 E. Hayes.
  • Emergency Shelter—overnight shelter with a check-in starting at 4:30. Will need a current state issue photo ID or a police clearance letter from the Norman Police Department. Allowed to stay up to 14 nights. Eligible to return after 45 days. Located at 318 E Hayes.

Metropolitan Fair Housing Council of Oklahoma
312 Northeast 28th Street, Suite 112
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
405-232-3247
1-866-677-7541 (Toll)
https://metrofairhousing.org/

  • Provides fair housing resources to alleged victims of housing discrimination, respond to consumer complaints of unfair treatment from the housing industry, and conduct fair housing/lending education and outreach.

Mental Health Association Oklahoma
5330 East 31st Street
Tulsa, OK 74135
918-585-1213

Oklahoma City Office
400 N Walker Ave
Oklahoma City, OK
405-943-3700
https://mhaok.org/
Facebook: /mhaokla

  • Housing First Program—three different type of housing programs and solutions for those who are impacted by mental illness, homelessness, co-occurring disorders, and if you have a disability.
  • Permanent Supportive Housing—apartments at multiple locations. Staff members will work one-on-one with you to provide support and ensure that you remain in housing.
  • Transitional Living for Youth—Walker Hall in Tulsa offers 24-hour staffing for youth ages 18-35. Provides a structured setting for participants to follow and work towards learning life skills and a housing plan.
  • Affordable Market-Rate Housing—offers housing at affordable low to moderate income working households.
  • Employment First—employment opportunities designed to help find sustainability within the workforce by being employed in different workplace environments that offer support and assistant as one transitions back to working.
  •  Support Groups—various groups that are being offered virtually to provide mental health support for those who are dealing with mental illness and homelessness. Topics include Men’s Mental Health, Managing Stress Related to COVID-19, Survivors of suicide loss, strength and Serenity and others.

Lottie House
1311 North Lottie Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK
405-600-3074
https://mhaok.org/lottie-house

  • Associated with the Mental Health Association Oklahoma*
  • Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 10:00-6:00.
  • A Peer-run drop-in center that offers support for adults experiencing homelessness and mental illness. Anyone 18 and older can participate. The program offers participants opportunities to learn life skills and be linked to resources in the community.

Food and Shelter
201 Reed Ave
Norman, OK 73071
405-360-4954
http://www.foodandshelterinc.org/#about
Facebook: /Food-and-Shelter-Inc-140045846058853

  • Food Pantry and Shelter for Cleveland County residents only.
  • Open 7 days a week for breakfast at 8:30 and 11:00 for lunch.
  • Food Pantry—open Tuesday through Saturday 1:00-3:30.
  • Day Shelter—open from 8:00 until 4:00. The shelter has a free store in which the homeless can have access to personal care items, and other hygiene needs. Case Managers are available to assist in finding emergency shelter options. They may also be able to assist families who are one the brink of homeless with one-time rent and utility assistance.
  • Long Term Shelter—designed specifically for families with minor children. Families can qualify for up to 2 years with assistance. To complete an application, go in person to fill out the form.

YWCA
(Main Office)
2460 NW 39th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
405-917-9922 (shelter hotline)
https://www.ywcaokc.org/
Facebook: /ywcaokc

  • Thelma Gaylord Emergency Shelter—certified domestic violence shelter for women and children.

Pivot
201 NE 50th Street
Oklahoma City OK 73105
405-235-5754
https://www.pivotok.org/
Facebook: /pivotok

  • Family Junction Youth Shelter—for youth between 12 and 17 needing a safe and secure temporary place to live.
  • Tiny Home Community—for youth who are unable to sign a lease or are still developing their independent living skills.
  • The Point—young people to age 24 who are homeless can find rest and resources at this drop-in and overnight shelter.
  • Basic Need Pantries—access to food, hygiene items, clothing, and education supplies.
  • Education and Job Assistance—support in helping youth to have the opportunity to graduate from high school, apply for college/vocational school, apply for jobs, and gain life skills.
  • Outpatient Counseling and Mental Health Services—counseling services for youth and families.

Sisu Youth Shelter
3131 N. Pennsylvania Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
405-459-7478
https://www.sisuyouth.org/
Facebook: /SisuYouthOKC

  • Overnight shelter—available for youth ages 15-22. Check-in is between 4:00-5:00. Call to reserve a bed. Bus 8 on Embark can take you to the shelter.
  • Drop-in Center—for youth ages 15-22. Drop-in hours are Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday from 4:00-7:00 and Saturday from 11:00-2:00. Youth will have access to clothing, food, and other basic needs. Due to COVID, the drop-in center is not allowing clients inside the building, but they are able to have access to the pantry items and other supplies. LGBTQ+ affirming site.

Trinity Legal Clinic
PO Box 7868
Edmond, OK 73083
405-410-4544
https://www.trinitylegal.org/
Facebook: /trinitylegalOK

  • Legal services for low-income who may not have access to legal services. Clients will need to make an appointment by calling. Please leave a message in order to get a returned call. All appointments are by appointment only and meetings with clients are done by Zoom. An intake form is online that can be completed to see if you qualify for services. There are 6 clinics that Trinity partners with for easier access to legal services: Crossing Community Center (Fridays from 2:00-4:00); Cross and Crown Mission (Wednesdays 11:00-1:00); City Rescue Mission (only meets with CRM residents); Living Faith Ministry (only LFM residents); Salvation Army-Norman (3rd Thursday of each month 2:00-5:00); OKC First Chruch of the Nazarene (2nd and 4th Mondays of the month).

Christian Service Center
1008 N. Mckinley
Oklahoma City, OK 73106

South Location:
115 SW 24th
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-236-5956
http://www.christianservicecenter.net/

Hours of operation: Monday-Wednesday 10:30-12:30.

Provides various programs to serve and connect individuals throughout the OKC area. Some are:

  • Baby Room—provides diapers, formula, clothing, and other necessary items for expecting mothers.
  • Food Pantry—serves 50 families every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
  • Fresh Market—serves 30 families fruits, vegetables, and bakery items. First come, first serve.
  • Trinity Legal Clinic—free legal service. Can assist with cases ranging from wrongful denial of jobs, immigration issues, minor criminal issues, and unfair housing practices.
  • Medical Clinic—call to make an appointment or to talk with the medical director. Runs through schedule appointments.

Oklahoma Indian Legal Services
4200 Perimeter Center Drive, Suite 222
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
1-800-658-1497
405-943-6457
https://www.oilsonline.org/index.html
Facebook: /OklahomaIndianLegalServices

  • Represents low-income Native Americans in cases that may include the Indian Child Welfare Act; natural resources; housing; sovereignty; recovering from a disaster; and individual rights. Does not accept fee-generating cases and applicant cannot be involved in a criminal case. Applications are taken over the phone Monday through Thursday 9:00-12:00 and 1:00-3:00. Leave a message in order to get a returned call. To be eligible you must be a resident of Oklahoma, a member of a federally recognized tribe, and fall within the low-income guidelines.

Hispanic American Mission
1836 Northwest 3rd Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
405-272-0890
https://hispanic-american-mission.business.site/?utm_source=gmb&utm_medium=referral

  • Can assist with immigration matters, citizenship, resident card renewal, DACA renewal, Temporary Protected Status, work permit (EAD), parole, and waivers. Helps with completing forms and offers English classes. Fees are based on income. Call for more information. Office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00-4:00.

Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma
3800 N. Classen Blvd, Suite 230
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
1-888-534-5243
405-557-0020
https://www.legalaidok.org/
Facebook: /Hispanic-American-Mission-154927581209714

  • Provides free or low-cost services to eligible low-income people and senior citizens. May be able to assist with civil, non-criminal cases involving basic needs. There are several legal projects that may be of assistance to you and your family.

Community Literacy Center
4 N.E. 10th Street #263
Oklahoma City, OK
405-524-7323
https://www.communityliteracy.com/
Facebook: /communityliteracy

  • Offers free classes to adults who are seeking to learn. Complete a new student contact form on the website and their staff will get back to you.
  • Adult Basic Education—focuses on reading, writing, math, and spelling skills.
  • English as a Second Language—helps adults learn to develop their knowledge and skills in English speaking, listening, reading, and writing.
  • High School Equivalence—class is designed to prepare adults for the HiSET (High School Equivalency Test) exam.
  • Citizenship Classes—focuses on U.S. history, civics, and geography; English language learning, and understanding the citizenship process.

Variety Care
(Administrative Office Address)
3000 N. Grand Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
405-632-6688
866-388-6699 (Toll)
Available by phone Monday-Friday 7:30-7:30; Saturday 8:00-5:30
http://www.varietycare.org/
Facebook: /varietycare

  • Variety Cares has several locations throughout the OKC area and a few the surrounding southwest region. Each location has their own address and phone number. Please look on their website to determine which location and hours of operations would best match your location. Takes Medicaid and other insurances. Provides sliding scale based on income and number in household for those who are uninsured. Variety Care provides several different medical services to meet your family’s needs such as the following:
  • Family Medicine for children and adults, dermatology, x-rays, chronic disease management, and pain management
  • Full dental services for children and adults
  • Women’s health and Pregnancy care
  • Vision/Optometry and Glasses
  • Discount Pharmacy and Prescription
  • Lab test, immunizations, HIV testing and preventions.
  • Behavioral Health and Counseling

Good Shepherd Clinic
222 NW 12 Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
405-232-8631
http://goodshepherdokc.org/
Facebook: /GoodShepherdMinistriesOKC

Appointments are required for all patients. Morning and afternoon appointments are available Monday through Thursday. Evening appointments are available on Monday and Tuesday. Eligibility for services is that patients must not have coverage by any type of health insurance and be a resident of Oklahoma. A screening is completed when appointment is scheduled.

  • Medical—primary care, sick and wellness visits, referrals to specialist, lab testing, and assistance with medication.
  • Dental—dental exams include necessary x-rays, examination of the mouth, and consultations about recommended treatment.
  • Extraction Clinic—to make an appointment call and leave a message at 405-754-5191. A $20 administrative fee is required per appointment.
  • Kids Clinic—dental services for children ages 5-10 provided at no charge. A $ 20 administrative fee is required per appointment.

Skyline Urban Ministry
500 SE 15th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73129
405-632-2644
https://www.okcskyline.org/
Facebook: /okcityskyline

  • Style Shop—retail shop opened Monday-Friday 9:00am-12:00pm. Items range in price from $1-5 each. Only accepting cash payments at this time. Anyone experiencing an emergency situation may bring in a referral from a case manager, counselor, or social service worker and receive 10 free items for each household members. During the school year, for low-income families who have students in pre-K through 12th grade may receive two new sets of school uniforms plus underwear, socks, and a new pair of shoes.
  • Food Resource Center—Monday-Friday 9:00am-12:45pm. Mobile Pantry available to serve the homeless, those living out on the streets, and those that live in the metro without easy access to a store. Dates vary for Mobile Pantry. Food pantry is a drive thru. First time patrons must bring a photo id, recent utility bill or lease with current address, and form of id for each member of the household. Returning patron will bring a form of id and a return date card provided by Skyline. Assistance can occur every 30 days.
  • Eye Clinic—free basic eye exams. Monday-Thursday 9:00am-12:00pm. By appointment only. Call 405-605-1079 and leave a message requesting to be called back to schedule an appointment. It is important to follow the appointment procedure because if it is not followed, it will take another 2 year to schedule an eye appointment with them.

Baptist Mission Center
2125 Exchange Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
405-235-6162
http://www.cbaokc.net/baptist_mission_center

  • Best to call for more information as pantry times may have changed. Office hours are Monday-Thursday 9:00-3:00.
  • Food Pantry—Thursday 1:00-3:00. Documentation required: Oklahoma photo id.
  • Clothes Closet—Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:00-11:00. Guest of Grace Rescue have access on Mondays. During Christmas, there is a Christmas store for children.
  • Medical Clinic—by appointment only. Day and evening clinics. Pharmacy for BMC patients. Call for more information and to schedule appointment.

Ministries of Jesus
1100 East I-35 Frontage Rd
Edmond, OK 73034
405-340-7400
https://www.moj.com/
Facebook: /MinistriesofJesus

  • Medical and Eye Clinic—call between the hours of 9:00-4:00 Monday through Thursday or 9:00-12:00 on Friday. For patients who have no insurance and whose personal resources are insufficient to provide for their health care needs. Patients are seen by appointment.
  • Dental—patients must first be seen by a doctor at the medical clinic before being referred to the dental clinic.
  • Other support services are available. Call for more information.

Neighborhood Services Organization
431 SW 11th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-236-0452 (Administrative)
https://nsookc.org/
Facebook: /nsookc

  • Transitional Housing—three different transitional housing programs. Call 405-525-7409 for more information and about the pre-screening process.
  • Martha’s House—homeless families with multiple children. Residents must be either in school or employed full-time to qualify.
  • Gatewood—homeless pregnant women. Women can be either pregnant or caring for a child under the age of 5.
  • Carolyn Williams Center—homeless young men between 18-23 years old. This center also is a 120-day emergency shelter program for young men.
  • Palo Duro I and II—long-term housing for homeless, single adults with a mental illness.
  • Dental Clinic—call 405-236-0413 to schedule an appointment. Hours are Tuesday through Thursday 8:30 -5:00. Alternating Friday/Saturdays 9:30-6:30. Located at 431 SW 11th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73109.
  • WIC Clinic—free nutrition education and supplemental foods available. Located at 3530 N. McArthur Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73122. 405-942-2008.
  • Housing Assistance—call 405-653-6624 on Mondays from 8:30-11:30 to be put on a prescreening list. At the time of the appointment, determination will be made if they can assist.
  • First month Rent—may be able to assist those who are transitioning to permanent housing. Must be a resident of Oklahoma, Canadian, or McClain counties, be homeless, and have income.
  • Eviction Prevention—may be able to assist those who have had an emergency and are unable to pay one month’s rent. Must be a resident of Oklahoma, Canadian, or McClain counties, have income, and be a renter with an eviction notice at time of assistance.
  • Mortgage Assistance—may be able to assist those who have had an emergency and are unable to pay their mortgage. Will only pay toward principal and interest. Must be a resident of Oklahoma, Canadian, or McClain counties, have income, and have a mortgage payment due within 5 days.

Oklahoma Dental Association
317 NE 13th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
https://www.okda.org/public/special-needs-patients/
Facebook: /okdentalassoc

Oklahoma Indian Clinic
4913 W Reno Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73127
405-948-4900
http://okcic.com/
Facebook: /OKCIndianClinic

  • Provides culturally sensitive health and wellness services for Native Americans. Services include basic medical care, dental, optometry, behavioral health services, fitness, nutrition, and other family programs. They work with pediatric and prenatal care to family medicine. Provides consultants who can assist with a variety of community resources. New patient forms are on the website. Call for more information.

Latino Community Development Agency, Inc
420 SW 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-236-0701
https://lcdaok.com/
Facebook: /latinoagency

  • Medical—childhood immunization, breast cancer and cervical cancer screenings and treatment alternatives to chronic disease counseling, HIV/STD counseling.
  • Early Head Start and Transitional Pre-school—in collaboration with Sunbeam, they offer early childhood education for children ages 0-5 at the Tony Reyes Bilingual center. Call 405-236-4667 for more information.
  • Home Visitation program—in collaboration with parentPRO, this program focuses on improving the parent and child’s health by linking the family with health care, promoting health nutrition and exercise, promoting breastfeeding, identifying depression and making appropriate referrals. Emphasis on parenting skills, child development and attachment, and family safety.
  • Counseling—for children, children who have experienced trauma, Systems of Care, outpatient substance abuse treatment, parents assist and parent aide, non-offender sexual abuse, batterer’s intervention program, Strengthening Families program, Celebrating Families program.
  • Youth program—designed to instill leadership, citizenship, and life skills through learning programs and hands-on activities. Offers tutoring three times per week, summer programs, two six-weeks workshops, and scholarships for high school seniors and college.

The Oklahoma Caring Foundation, Inc
3817 NW Expressway, Ste. 300
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
To schedule call either 405-316-7250 or 405-316-7252
Text OKCVAN to 33633 to receive the schedule.

1400 S. Boston Ave
Tulsa, OK 74119
To schedule call either 918-551-3404 or 918-551-3414
Text TULSAVAN to 3363 to receive the schedule.
http://oklahomacaringfoundation.org/index.html
Facebook: /oklahomacaringfoundation

  • Delivers immunizations to children and adolescents at no cost to the family. The van’s schedule is online on their website.  A parent or legal guardian must be present. Please bring a current shot record. This service is provided for children who are uninsured, Medicaid eligible, or American Indian. The immunization information is entered into the Oklahoma State Immunization Information System so that the child’s vaccine history is readily available.

Christian Service Center
1008 N. Mckinley
Oklahoma City, OK 73106

South Location:
115 SW 24th
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-236-5956
http://www.christianservicecenter.net/
Hours of operation: Monday-Wednesday 10:30-12:30

Provides various programs to serve and connect individuals throughout the OKC area. Some are:

  • Baby Room—provides diapers, formula, clothing, and other necessary items for expecting mothers.
  • Food Pantry—serves 50 families every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
  • Fresh Market—serves 30 families fruits, vegetables, and bakery items. First come, first serve.
  • Trinity Legal Clinic—free legal service. Can assist with cases ranging from wrongful denial of jobs, immigration issues, minor criminal issues, and unfair housing practices.
  • Medical Clinic—call to make an appointment or to talk with the medical director. Runs through schedule appointments.

Regional Food Bank
3355 S. Purdue
Oklahoma City, OK 73179
405-972-111
https://www.regionalfoodbank.org/
Facebook: /regionalfoodbank

  • Food for Communities—partners with different agencies in 53 counties in central and western Oklahoma. The agencies range from food pantries, to shelters and soup kitchens. Can assist families with SNAP or WIC application assistance. Use the locator feature to find a local pantry: https://www.regionalfoodbank.org/get-help/#locator.
  • Prescription Assistance—has partnered with BuzzRX to helps people save on prescriptions.
  • Food for Kids—helps serves children and youth food through the school year and summer. Most programs are associated with the child’s school.
  • Food for Seniors—delivers food to residents 60+ years in age who are unable to get to food pantries, those living in 18 Oklahoma Housing Authority sites, and well as providing frozen meals to those who may have limitations in physical functioning, cognition, and physical mobility.

Oklahoma Deaf-Blind Technical Assistance Project
820 Van Vleet Oval, Room 321
Norman, OK 73109
405-325-0441
okdeafblind@ou.edu
https://www.ou.edu/education/edpy/special-education/deaf-blind-project

  • Provides technical assistance and training to children (birth to 21) who have both a hearing and vision impairment. This service is at no cost to families, educators, related service providers, and early intervention providers. To be eligible you must have a loss in both vision and hearing. Qualified individuals may also have additional disabilities. They can assist the schools in knowing how to provide technical assistance for your child while they are at school or other activities. Please go online to complete a referral form. Call or email for more information. 

Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act (TEFRA)
OHCA, TEFRA unit
4345 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
405-522-7752
https://oklahoma.gov/ohca/individuals/programs/tefra/tefra-children-overview-care-for-children-with-disabilities.html

  • A SoonerCare program that allows children with disabilities to be cared for in their homes. It is based on the child’s income not the family’s income to determine eligibility. It allows children with physical or mental disabilities to have Medicaid benefits available to them when they would not ordinarily be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) because their parent’s income or resources are too high. The child must be under the age of 19, an Oklahoma resident, a US citizen, meet the Social Security Administration definition of a disability, meet a certain income standard, be safely cared of at home, and have a cost for home care that is less than it would to be placed in an institution.
  • Some of the service cost can include, dental care, early and periodic screening, diagnostic, and treatment, medical equipment, pharmacy, physical/occupational therapy, and much more.
  • To apply, you can call your local Department of Human Services to schedule an appointment or contact the Oklahoma Health Care Authority. The website includes examples of what you will need to bring or mail in, parent guide, and answers to frequently asked questions.

Center for Children and Families
210 S. Cockrel
Norman, Ok 73071
405-364-1420
https://www.ccfinorman.org/
Facebook: /CCFINorman

  • Baby Pantry—offers families of Cleveland County emergency diaper supplies. Families may come in twice a month Monday through Friday 8:00-5:00 to receive diapers and baby wipes. Located at the corner of South Cockrel Ave and East Eufaula Street in Norman. Please call 405-364-1420 to verify that they have diapers in their inventory and be ready when you arrive.
  • Bringing Up Babies—a free voluntary program offered to pregnant and parenting individuals, including teen parents. Topics focused on are pregnancy and childbirth readiness, early childhood literacy and learning, feeding options, children development, sleep struggles, etc.
  • Divorce and Co-Parenting Services—designed to help couples going through a divorce to create a loving a nurturing environment for their children. Meet requirements for House Bill 2249 which requires parents who are divorcing for reason of incompatibility and who have children under 18 to attend an educational program. Call (405-364-1420) or go online for enrollment information. Cost is $50.
  • Children In the Middle Class—provides valuable skills for parents who are in high conflict situations and designed to help parents communicate with each other and establish a functional family environment for their children. Free of charge. Call 405-364-1433 for more information about enrollment.
  • Parent Assistance Programs—helps parents create and sustain healthy relationships with their children. Total of three different parent education groups: Respectfully Connected, Live Your Best Life; and Parenting Through Trauma. To participate, parents must be referred by DHS or have an active DHS case.
  • Counseling—specializes in working with infants and their caregivers, children, and teens, ages 0-17. Call 405-364-1240 for more information.

Sunbeam Family Services
1100 NW 14th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
405-528-7721
https://sunbeamfamilyservices.org/
Facebook: /SunbeamOKC

  • Early Education Center—free program for children ages birth to 3. Once in the program, there will be access to physical and dental examinations, health screenings, and healthy snacks. Children must meet certain criteria for eligibility. See website for who can apply. Collaborates with Emerson Alternative High School to supports teen mothers with children ages birth to 3. Works together with the Tony Reyes Bilingual Child Development Center to support children and their families who comes from homes where English as a second language.
  • Mental Health Services—affordable mental health services for all ages. Accepts both Medicaid and various private insurance.
  • Senior Engagement Program—provides support groups, assistance, and counseling to families caring for a loved one 60+ living in Oklahoma, Cleveland, Canadian, and Logan counties. Access to the Care Trak system which works as an emergency locator transmitter. Certain qualifications need to be met. Call 405-609-8812 to learn more.

Latino Community Development Agency, Inc
420 SW 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-236-0701
https://lcdaok.com/
Facebook: /latinoagency

  • Medical—childhood immunization, breast cancer and cervical cancer screenings and treatment alternatives to chronic disease counseling, HIV/STD counseling.
  • Early Head Start and Transitional Pre-school—in collaboration with Sunbeam, they offer early childhood education for children ages 0-5 at the Tony Reyes Bilingual center. Call 405-236-4667 for more information.
  • Home Visitation program—in collaboration with parentPRO, this program focuses on improving the parent and child’s health by linking the family with health care, promoting health nutrition and exercise, promoting breastfeeding, identifying depression and making appropriate referrals. Emphasis on parenting skills, child development and attachment, and family safety.
  • Counseling—for children, children who have experienced trauma, Systems of Care, outpatient substance abuse treatment, parents assist and parent aide, non-offender sexual abuse, batterer’s intervention program, Strengthening Families program, Celebrating Families program.
  • Youth program—designed to instill leadership, citizenship, and life skills through learning programs and hands-on activities. Offers tutoring three times per week, summer programs, two six-weeks workshops, and scholarships for high school seniors and college.

Pivot
201 NE 50th Street
Oklahoma City OK 73105
405-235-5754
https://www.pivotok.org/
Facebook: /pivotok

  • Family Junction Youth Shelter—for youth between 12 and 17 needing a safe and secure temporary place to live.
  • Tiny Home Community—for youth who are unable to sign a lease or are still developing their independent living skills.
  • The Point—young people to age 24 who are homeless can find rest and resources at this drop-in and overnight shelter.
  • Basic Need Pantries—access to food, hygiene items, clothing, and education supplies.
  • Education and Job Assistance—support in helping youth to have the opportunity to graduate from high school, apply for college/vocational school, apply for jobs, and gain life skills.
  • Outpatient Counseling and Mental Health Services—counseling services for youth and families.

Variety Care
(Administrative Office Address)
3000 N. Grand Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
405-632-6688
866-388-6699 (Toll)
Available by phone Monday-Friday 7:30-7:30; Saturday 8:00-5:30
http://www.varietycare.org/
Facebook: /varietycare

Variety Cares has several locations throughout the OKC area and a few the surrounding southwest region. Each location has their own address and phone number. Please look on their website to determine which location and hours of operations would best match your location. Takes Medicaid and other insurances. Provides sliding scale based on income and number in household for those who are uninsured. Variety Care provides several different medical services to meet your family’s needs such as the following:

  • Family Medicine for children and adults, dermatology, x-rays, chronic disease management, and pain management
  • Full dental services for children and adults
  • Women’s health and Pregnancy care
  • Vision/Optometry and Glasses
  • Discount Pharmacy and Prescription
  • Lab test, immunizations, HIV testing and preventions.
  • Behavioral Health and Counseling

North Care
(Main office)
2617 General Pershing Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
405-858-2700
Crisis line: 405-858-2700 (option 1)
https://www.northcare.com/
Facebook: /northcareokc

  • There are several locations. Call the main line to find out what services best fits yours and your family’s needs. To request services, you can fill out a form online, call the main number, or walk-in to the office Monday through Thursday 8:00-3:00, Friday 8:00-12:00.
  • Mental Health Services for all ages designed to help you, your child, and your family recover from mental illness, substance use, trauma, or crisis to live a life in recovery. Provides behavioral health counseling, pharmacy services, substance abuse and addition recovery programs, and trauma-informed care. They provide intensive case management services to integrate care to provide a holistic and collaborative approach to your care. They have a 24/7 crisis line available to residents in Oklahoma County and Logan County.

Red Rock Behavioral Health Services
(Main Location)
4400 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
405-424-7711
Crisis line: 405-987-7625
https://www.red-rock.com/index.php
Facebook: /RRBHS

  • Several Locations throughout central and western Oklahoma.
  • Several mental health outpatient programs that serve adults, youth, and families with mental health, behavioral, substance abuse, and co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders. Other programs include a residential community housing program for those who are homeless and diagnosed with a serious mental illness; prevention services; pharmacy services, crisis services and stabilization unit for adults and children, and telepsychiatry/telehealth.

Mental Health Association Oklahoma
5330 East 31st Street
Tulsa, OK 74135
918-585-1213

Oklahoma City Office
400 N Walker Ave
Oklahoma City, OK
405-943-3700
https://mhaok.org/
Facebook: /mhaokla

  • Housing First Program—three different type of housing programs and solutions for those who are impacted by mental illness, homelessness, co-occurring disorders, and if you have a disability.
  • Permanent Supportive Housing—apartments at multiple locations. Staff members will work one-on-one with you to provide support and ensure that you remain in housing.
  • Transitional Living for Youth—Walker Hall in Tulsa offers 24-hour staffing for youth ages 18-35. Provides a structured setting for participants to follow and work towards learning life skills and a housing plan.
  • Affordable Market-Rate Housing—offers housing at affordable low to moderate income working households.
  • Employment First—employment opportunities designed to help find sustainability within the work force by being employed in different workplace environments that offer support and assistant as one transitions back to working.
  • Support Groups—various groups that are being offered virtually to provide mental health support for those who are dealing with mental illness and homelessness. Topics include Men’s Mental Health, Managing Stress Related to COVID-19, Survivors of suicide loss, strength and Serenity and others.

ParentPRO
1-877-271-7611
http://www.parentpro.org/
Facebook: /parentpro

  • Promotes Oklahoma families with young children by linking families with programs that best first their needs. Many of the programs can occur at your home. Providers can help reduce stress that comes with being a parent but modeling skills, providing information, and connecting to resources. Eligibility varies from program to program, but most will work with family from pregnancy through kindergarten. Programs cover throughout all of Oklahoma. You can select your county and the programs that are offered in your county will be listed along with contact information.

Family Expectations
3 E. Main
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
405-639-2054
http://familyexpectations.com/
Facebook: /familyexpectations

  • Offers 12 workshops for couples who are expecting or just had a baby. Workshops are geared to strengthen the parental relationship so that it creates a better environment for their children. As couples complete workshops they will earn Crib Cash to purchase important baby items such as diapers and wipes. Childcare is provided during the workshop.
  • WorkForward—collaboration with Work Ready Oklahoma. Provides job training, educational opportunities, and career coaching to help individuals grow professional, secure good jobs, maintain consistent employment, and secure good jobs.

Family Builders
2401 NW 23rd Street, Suite 5
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
https://familybuildersok.org/
Facebook: /familybuildersok

  • Parenting programs—for parents who are wanting to break the cycle of abuse and create a safe, nurturing home for their children. Two 12-week programs are offered to help parents learn how to handle feelings, communicate needs, and understand causes for their emotions and how to constructively deal with those emotions. Parent-Child Observations are offered to assist parents in applying what they are learning in the class.
  • Batterer’s Intervention Program—a 52-week program that is certified by the office of the Attorney General. Topics include personal responsibility and the effects of violence on others, issues of power and control, and tools for a healthy relationship.
  • Co-Parenting and Divorce—interactive 4-hour class that covers short-term and long-term effects of divorce on child well-being, child’s behaviors and emotional states during and after divorce, how to respond to the child’s needs, communication strategies, and cooperative co-parenting. Parents attend the class separately. Meets the requirements for House Bill 2249 which requires parents who are divorcing for reason of incompatibility who have children under 18 to attend an educational program. To register go to the website to complete the form. Cost is $50. Payment can be collected at the office Monday through Thursday between 9:00-3:00.

The Oklahoma Family Network
800 NE 15th Street, Suite 316
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
405-271-5072
877-871-5072 (Toll)
http://oklahomafamilynetwork.org/
Facebook: /oklahomafamilynetwork

  • Focuses on supporting family of children and youth with special needs via emotional support, resource navigation, and ensuring quality health care for all children and families. Families receive connections to parent-to-parent support, and support groups to help navigate through the health care and other resources in your community.
  • There are several regional networks throughout Oklahoma. Please check the website to find out how to contact your area.

Lilyfield Empower OKC
1841 Exchange Ave OKC, OK 73108
405-602-8861
https://www.lilyfield.org/empowerokc
Facebook: /EmpowerOKC

  • Referral Forms will need to be completed for the different programs. Forms can be found on the website.
  • Kids Club—for children ages Pre-K to 13. Meets Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:30-4:30 and Thursday from 3:30-5:30. Children will learn social and emotional skills through curriculum and playtime.
  • Youth Club—Thursday mornings (Brunch Bunch) meets from 10:00-12:00. Thursday evening from 6:00-8:00. A place where teens can gather, give back to the community, and learn some life-skills.
  • Hope Center—a space for children in south Oklahoma City who needs assistance with virtual learning. Mentoring, mental health services, feeding programs, and other support services are provided at the Hope Center. Located at St. Luke’s Asbury United Methodist Church.
  • Parent Club—a parent peer support group that meets for 13 weeks that helps parents identify 40 developmental assets children need to be successful. Provided in both Spanish and English.

Latino Community Development Agency, Inc
420 SW 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-236-0701
https://lcdaok.com/
Facebook: /latinoagency

  • Medical—childhood immunization, breast cancer and cervical cancer screenings and treatment alternatives to chronic disease counseling, HIV/STD counseling.
  • Early Head Start and Transitional Pre-school—in collaboration with Sunbeam, they offer early childhood education for children ages 0-5 at the Tony Reyes Bilingual center. Call 405-236-4667 for more information.
  • Home Visitation program—in collaboration with parentPRO, this program focuses on improving the parent and child’s health by linking the family with health care, promoting health nutrition and exercise, promoting breastfeeding, identifying depression and making appropriate referrals. Emphasis on parenting skills, child development and attachment, and family safety.
  • Counseling—for children, children who have experienced trauma, Systems of Care, outpatient substance abuse treatment, parents assist and parent aide, non-offender sexual abuse, batterer’s intervention program, Strengthening Families program, Celebrating Families program.
  • Youth program—designed to instill leadership, citizenship, and life skills through learning programs and hands-on activities. Offers tutoring three times per week, summer programs, two six-weeks workshops, and scholarships for high school seniors and college.

Parent Promise
4323 NW 63rd St. Suite 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73123
405-232-2500
https://parentpromise.org/
Facebook: /parentpromise

  • Collaborates with local community partners to provide a variety of education and support programs for parents. With the programs, a parent educator meeting regularly with a family to help guide the parents through activities that will promote healthy child development and safe and nurturing home environments.
  • Parent as Teachers—for families in their 29th week of pregnancy and beyond who have children between ages of 0-5. Focuses on parenting skills and proper mental, physical, emotional, and developmental child growth.
  • Healthy Families America—targets pregnant/expecting parents and serves families until the child turns 5 years old. The main focus is families who child is 3 months or younger. Focusing on providing tools and resources to promote a positive parent-child relationship and healthy attachment.
  • Exchange Parent Aide—focuses on families with children between 6 and 12. Takes into account changes in family dynamics as children get older.
  • Family Resource Center—wraparound services and resources to meet client’s needs. Provides a resource closet and open to family clients who are experiencing financial stress and stocked with essential needs. They can help parents obtain their GED or other education programs to help with employment.
  • Family Compass Co-parenting Class—designed to help couples going through a divorce to create a loving a nurturing environment for their children. Meet requirements for House Bill 2249 which requires parents how are divorcing for reason of incompatibility who have children under 18 to attend an educational program. Provided in both English and Spanish.

Children First
1000 NE 10th Street Room 706
Oklahoma City, OK 73117
405-271-7611
https://oklahoma.gov/health/family-health/family-support-and-prevention-service/children-first-program.html

  • A Nurse-Family partnership that offers home-based services to mother’s expecting their first child. The nurse works with the mother in order to increase her chances of a healthy delivery and education the mother on child safety and child development.
  • This program is offered throughout Oklahoma. To connect with Children First, contact either your local health department or go to the website http://www.parentpro.org/ to find the nearest Children First program. To enroll, the women need to be less than 29 weeks pregnant, be expecting her first child, and meet the same income eligibility as WIC or Medicaid.

Single Parent Support Network
11212 N May Ave Suite 114
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
405-917-1817
https://supportforsingleparents.org/
Facebook: /SingleParentSupport

  • To provide single parents with support, resources, and knowledge they need to provide the best lives for their children and themselves. There are a variety of programs to support the family.
  • ReStart Program—classes that help support and guide single parents in raising their children.
  • Mom and son leadership conference—designed to address issues that single moms face in raising boys. Can also help boys deal with issues that are facing without leadership of a dad in the home.
  • Divorce education/Co-Parenting—designed to help couples going through a divorce to create a loving a nurturing environment for their children. Meet requirements for House Bill 2249 which requires parents how are divorcing for reason of incompatibility who have children under 18 to attend an educational program. Cost is $39.95 (includes meal) or $49.95 (meal and childcare included).
  • Other services include events like Parent’s Day Out (3rd Saturday each month), mentoring, and resources throughout Oklahoma.

OSDH Child Guidance Centers
Oklahoma State Department of Health
1000 NE 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73117
405-271-4477
https://oklahoma.gov/health/family-health/child-guidance-program.html

  • Has three professional components designed to interface to provide a continuum of services to build healthy family relationships and enhance child development. Services are available to families of children birth up to age 13. Services are covered under Sooner Care and on a sliding scale based on income and number of household members. Services include behavioral health services, childhood development and parent education services and speech language services. Services are offered in 16 counties. Check with your local county health department for these services. The program works closely with mandated programs such as SoonerStart and the public school.

Smart Start Central Oklahoma
12201 N Portland Ave, Suite D107
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
405-286-2734
https://smartstartcentraloklahoma.org/
Facebook: /smartstartcentraloklahoma

  • Early Birds—a family-based school readiness program that assist with using activities, educational toys, and books to stimulate children’s learning and development. Classes are in both English and Spanish.
  • Smart Start in the Schools—collaborating with the Metropolitan Library and OKC public schools and Putnam City schools, it is a family engagement initiate that promotes school readiness. Due to COVID in person playgroups are not possible. However, they are offering take-home kits that you can pick up curbside.

Center for Children and Families
210 S. Cockrel
Norman, Ok 73071
405-364-1420
https://www.ccfinorman.org/
Facebook: /CCFINorman

  • Baby Pantry—offers families of Cleveland County emergency diaper supplies. Families may come in twice a month Monday through Friday 8:00-5:00 to receive diapers and baby wipes. Located at the corner of South Cockrel Ave and East Eufaula Street in Norman. Please call 405-364-1420 to verify that they have diapers in their inventory and be ready when you arrive.
  • Bringing Up Babies—a free voluntary program offered to pregnant and parenting individuals, including teen parents. Topics focused on are pregnancy and childbirth readiness, early childhood literacy and learning, feeding options, children development, sleep struggles, ect.
  • Divorce and Co-Parenting Services—designed to help couples going through a divorce to create a loving a nurturing environment for their children. Meet requirements for House Bill 2249 which requires parents how are divorcing for reason of incompatibility who have children under 18 to attend an educational program. Call (405-364-1420) or go online for enrollment information. Cost is $50.
  • Children In the Middle Class—provides valuable skills for parents who are in high conflict situations and designed to help parents communicate with each other and establish a functional family environment for their children. Free of charge. Call 405-364-1433 for more information about enrollment.
  • Parent Assistance Programs—helps parents create and substance healthy relationships with their children. Total of three different parent education groups: Respectfully Connected, Live Your Best Life; and Parenting Through Trauma. To participate, parents must be referred by DHS or have an active DHS case.
  • Counseling—specializes in working with infants and their caregivers, children, and teens, ages 0-17. Call 405-364-1240 for more information.

Oklahoma Parent Center
223 North Broadway
PO Box 512
Holdenville, OK 74848
877-553-4332 (Toll)
405-379-6015
Oklahoma Parents Center
Facebook: /OkParentsCenter

  • Specializes in special education support for people with disabilities from birth to age 26 and their families. Assist families in navigating through the special education process by offering individualize assistance, trainings, and information and resources.

The Oklahoma Family Network
800 NE 15th Street, Suite 316
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
405-271-5072
877-871-5072 (Toll)
http://oklahomafamilynetwork.org/
Facebook: /oklahomafamilynetwork

  • Focuses on supporting family of children and youth with special needs via emotional support, resource navigation, and ensuring quality health care for all children and families. Families receive connections to parent-to-parent support, and support groups to help navigate through the health care and other resources in your community.
  • There are several regional networks throughout Oklahoma. Please check the website to find out how to contact your area.

Wrightslaw
Special Education Advocacy – Wrightslaw

  • Website that provides information on the IEP process and how to advocate in a way that is not adversarial.

Early Childhood Special Education
State Department of Education
Early Childhood Special Education | Oklahoma State Department of Education

  • Explores what to expect when accessing special education services in early childhood.

Oklahoma Deaf-Blind Technical Assistance Project
820 Van Vleet Oval, Room 321
Norman, OK 73109
405-325-0441
okdeafblind@ou.edu
https://www.ou.edu/education/edpy/special-education/deaf-blind-project

  • Provides technical assistance and training to children (birth to 21) who have both a hearing and vision impairment. This service is at no cost to families, educators, related service providers, and early intervention providers. To be eligible you must have a loss in both vision and hearing. Qualified individuals may also have additional disabilities. They can assist the schools in knowing how to provide technical assistance for your child while they are at school or other activities. Please go online to complete a referral form. Call or email for more information. 

Sooner Ride
Oklahoma Health Care Authority
4345 N. Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
877-404-4500 (toll free) and 800-722-0353 (TDD) for Reservation
https://oklahoma.gov/ohca/individuals/soonerride.html

Compassionate Hands
119 South Sixths St.
Yukon, OK 73099
405-354-9591
https://compassionatehandsyukon.com/
Facebook: /compassionatehands.yukon
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 9:00-1:00.

  • Rental/Utility Assistance—able to assist those who like in the Yukon School district. Can assist one time per year.
  • Care-A-Van—transport residents in that live in the zip code area of 73099 and/or Yukon School district. Serves the elderly and disabled and can take them to areas within 30 miles. On Tuesday the van goes to Walmart. Hours are Monday through Friday 8:00-4:00 and there is no cost for service.

Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City & OK/CN Co.
319 S.W. 25th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-232-0199
https://www.caaofokc.org/
Facebook: /CAAofOKC
Monday through Friday 8:00-4:00.

Connects the community with a variety of resources such as:

  • Assistance with Head Start Education–Head Start Location within the OKC area and online application.
  • Provides community services—legal assistance, free tax filing, senior services.
  • McKinley Park Gym program—operated by the Northwest Community Center is a place where children/youth can play after school. A 6-week summer program is offered as well.
  • Emergency Services—rent/mortgage assistance, utility assistance, drug/alcohol treatment programs.
  • Housing services—homebuyer education, weatherization, assistance with down payments/closing cost.
  • Eligibility criteria and application processes can be found on their website or by contacting them directly.
  • Bus Passes—partners with Embark to provide transportation for necessary medical appointments, social service agencies, and job interview. One-day bus passes are issued through the Community Centers. Call your local community center for more information.

Guild of St. George
117 NW 7th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
405-232-2288
Facebook: /GuildofSaintGeorge
Hours of operations: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am-12:00.

  • First come, first serve. Provides assistance with food, help with utility bills, daily bus tokens, deposits for public housing, and assist with medical prescriptions and eye prescriptions. They can assist with obtaining an Oklahoma ID and birth certificate.

Embark
420 NW 5th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
405-235-7433
https://embarkok.com/
Facebook: /EmbarkOK

  • Bus service operates 7 days a week. Monday through Friday from 4:30am-7:30pm. The nightshift operates Monday through Friday 7:00pm-Midnight on a limited number of routes. Weekend services operate from 6:30am-6:30pm.
  • Check the website to learn about bus routes, fares, and passes. Utilize the Embark Mobile Fare App to keep your bus pass on your phone.

Work Ready Oklahoma
3 E. Main St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
405-418-3919
https://www.workreadyoklahoma.com/
Facebook: /workreadyok

  • Helps individuals develop skills that will help you get and keep a job. Designed to help you set goals and have a plan for reaching those goals. Assist with building a resume, preparing for an interview, building a professional network, and job searching. Attend trainings to help develop your skills. Eligibility for program is to live in Oklahoma County, currently unemployed or under-employed, and receive public assistance/benefits.

Central Oklahoma Workforce Innovation Board
405-713-2292
https://cowib.org/#
Facebook: /CentralOKWorkforce

  • Several locations throughout central Oklahoma. Check website for nearest location.
  • Helps with skills assessments, barriers to employment, referrals for job placements, and job readiness training such as resume writing, interviewing, and soft skills training. Additional youth services to help improve financial literacy, leadership development, and alternative secondary school services for youth participants.

Family Expectations
3 E. Main
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
405-639-2054
http://familyexpectations.com/
Facebook: /familyexpectations

  • Offers 12 workshops for couples who are expecting or just had a baby. Workshops are geared to strengthen the parental relationship so that it creates a better environment for their children. As couples complete workshops they will earn Crib Cash to purchase important baby items such as diapers and wipes. Childcare is provided during the workshop.
  • WorkForward—collaboration with Work Ready Oklahoma. Provides job training, educational opportunities, and career coaching to help individuals grow professional, secure good jobs, maintain consistent employment, and secure good jobs.

Bethel Foundation
13003 N. Western
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
405-286-3700
866-442-1431 (Toll)
http://www.bethelfoundationusa.com/home.aspx
Facebook: /bethelfoundationusa

  • Adult and Children programs for single mothers with children. Contact Foundation for more details about the different programs.
  • Community Center for Clothes and Food—open Monday through Thursday 10:00-3:00. Acts as an emergency Food Pantry and provides clothes for mothers, children, and infants. Will need to complete an application.
  • Home Ownership Program—after completing a life skill mentoring and counseling program, participants have the option of purchasing the home they stayed in. Will need to complete an application for the program.
  • Resume building workshop—helps single moms build their resume for future employment.
  • Rab Rab Birthday Club—children will receive a birthday gift when you register your child for this club.
  • Kids Rock Camp—kid’s camp for students going into 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. Occurs during the month of June.
  • Camp Sonlight for Boys—an outdoor adventure camp for boys ages 6-11. Occurs in March, June, and October.
  • Girls Sassy Camp—free for girls ages 10-14. Occurs March Spring Break and October Fall break.
  • Artsy Doodle Camp—free cultural creative camp for boys and girls ages 6-10.
  • Camp Radiance—outdoor weekend camp for girls ages 6-11

Pivot
201 NE 50th Street
Oklahoma City OK 73105
405-235-5754
https://www.pivotok.org/
Facebook: /pivotok

  • Family Junction Youth Shelter—for youth between 12 and 17 needing a safe and secure temporary place to live.
  • Tiny Home Community—for youth who are unable to sign a lease or are still developing their independent living skills.
  • The Point—young people to age 24 who are homeless can find rest and resources at this drop-in and overnight shelter.
  • Basic Need Pantries—access to food, hygiene items, clothing, and education supplies.
  • Education and Job Assistance—support in helping youth to have the opportunity to graduate from high school, apply for college/vocational school, apply for jobs, and gain life skills.
  • Outpatient Counseling and Mental Health Services—counseling services for youth and families.

Reaching Our City
7710 NW 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73127
405-440-9994
https://www.reachingourcity.org/
Facebook: /ReachingOurCity

  • Retail Shop—located at NW 12th and Rockwell. Provides affordable clothing, furniture, and household items. Open Monday -Friday 10:00-5:00 and Saturday 10:000-4:00.
  • Food Pantry—Thursday and Friday from 10:00-11:30 and 1:00 to 2:30pm. Serves certain zip codes. Verification of your address and each member of your household (photo id) is needed.
  • Career Navigation—open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00-1:00 to meet with a career navigator. For youth (ages 16-24), there is a business mentorship opportunity where the youth can learn skill training and receive career guidance.
  • Whiz Kids Tutoring Partnership—children receive a one-one reading tutor from Greenvale and Council Grove schools. Occurs during Tuesday evening during the school year from 4:00-6:00.
  • REACH Summer Camp—for children living around the NW 10th Street corridor of OKC.  Offered during the summer.

FaithWorks of the Inner City
1300 S Byers Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73129
405-601-7600
https://www.faithworksokc.com/
Facebook: /FaithWorksOKC

  • For families in the Shidler neighborhood.
  • Power Hour—after school tutoring program for students who attend Shidler Elementary. Meets every Tuesday from 2:45-4:30.
  • After School Classes—each Tuesday and Wednesday starting at 3:30 students can participate in activities such as sewing, cooking, crafts, music. Classes are generally once a week for a period of one to two months.
  • Mommy and Me—a program for 3- and 4-year-old to help gain early exposure to the school setting. Parents who attend the class get information on parenting and child development.
  • Teen Impact—Wednesday and Thursday afternoons where teens can hang out and learn life-skills.
  • Bridging the GAP—families can learn how to develop a budget, set goals and build home equity.
  • Adult/Teen Work Program—developing marketable skills and resume building in order to help find employment.

Mental Health Association Oklahoma
5330 East 31st Street
Tulsa, OK 74135
918-585-1213

Oklahoma City Office
400 N Walker Ave
Oklahoma City, OK
405-943-3700
https://mhaok.org/
Facebook: /mhaokla

  • Housing First Program—three different type of housing programs and solutions for those who are impacted by mental illness, homelessness, co-occurring disorders, and if you have a disability.
  • Permanent Supportive Housing—apartments at multiple locations. Staff members will work one-on-one with you to provide support and ensure that you remain in housing.
  • Transitional Living for Youth—Walker Hall in Tulsa offers 24-hour staffing for youth ages 18-35. Provides a structured setting for participants to follow and work towards learning life skills and a housing plan.
  • Affordable Market-Rate Housing—offers housing at affordable low to moderate income working households.
  • Employment First—employment opportunities designed to help find sustainability within the workforce by being employed in different workplace environments that offer support and assistant as one transitions back to working.
  •  Support Groups—various groups that are being offered virtually to provide mental health support for those who are dealing with mental illness and homelessness. Topics include Men’s Mental Health, Managing Stress Related to COVID-19, Survivors of suicide loss, strength and Serenity and others.

Heartline, Inc (211) 
https://heartlineoklahoma.org/
Facebook: /HeartLine.Inc
Call: 2-1-1
Text your Zip code to: 898-211

  • Provides the resources and support your need to get back on your feet. It is free and confidential.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
Facebook: /800273talk
1-800-273-8255

  • Call anytime when you or a loved one is struggling with thoughts of suicide. A person will listen and provide support during difficult times.

Youth Crisis Mobile Response
https://heartlineoklahoma.org/youth-crisis-mobile-response
833-885-2273

  • When a young person is in crisis—behavioral, emotional, physical, or social—at home or school this call center is open to help talk through what is going on. Call center specialist can connect the younger person with local mental health professionals who can come to their home in 1 to 24 hours.

The Trevor Project
https://www.thetrevorproject.org/
Facebook: /TheTrevorProject
1-800-488-7386

  • Suicide Prevention for the LGBTQ student community

Domestic Violence- National Hotline
https://www.thehotline.org/
Facebook: /NationalDomesticViolenceHotline
1-800-799-7233

  • Provides help and assistance to survivors of domestic violence regarding planning for safety, finding local resources, and identifying abuse.

YWCA Domestic Violence Hotline
https://www.ywcaokc.org/
Facebook: /ywcaokc
405-917-9922

  • Provides safety, education, and hope to survivors of domestic violence in the OKC and surrounding areas.

RAINN-National Sexual Assault Hotline
https://www.rainn.org/
Facebook: /RAINN01
1-800-656-4673

YWCA Sexual Assault Hotline
https://www.ywcaokc.org/
Facebook: /ywcaokc
405-943-7273

DHS Report of Adult or Child Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation
1-800-522-3511

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