Tulsa 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 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 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 range from inpatient, substance use, to public and private facilities. 

Emergency Infant Services
1110 South Denver Avenue 
Tulsa, Ok 74119 
918-582-2469 
Monday through Friday 9:00-2:30 

EIS South Tulsa Community House 
5780 South Peoria Avenue 
Tulsa, OK 74105 
Thursdays 9:00-1:00

https://www.eistulsa.org/ 
Facebook: /eis.tulsa.ok

  • Provides temporary assistance to children five and younger in the Tulsa area. They provide food, formula, clothing, diapers, and other children items. Families can meet up to four times a year. Parents will need to bring a photo ID, form of identification with the name and date of birth of the child, proof of custody if you are not the baby’s birth parent. Walk-in services, curbside assistance, and appointments by request all available way to serve families during the pandemic.  

Harvest House 
1439 E 71st St. 
Tulsa, OK 74136 
918-884-7667 
https://www.tulsaharvesthouse.org/ 
Facebook: /tulsaharvesthouse

To receive services, appointments must be made. To make an appointment, call Mondays at 5:00pm and leave a message with your name and phone number and a description of your needs. On Tuesday, a callback will occur. You must talk with the receptionist to obtain an appoint time. A callback is not confirmation of an appointment. It is a first call, first serve program. If you do not receive a call, the schedule is full. Please try the following week to make an appointment. Appointments only occur on Wednesdays.  

  • Food Pantry—provides 7 days’ worth of food for the household. Emergency groceries are available Monday through Thursday from 1:00-4:00. Guest can walk-in without an appointment for emergency groceries.  
  • Clothing and Home Goods—guest can take home 2 outfits of clothing per household and possibly some household goods depending on circumstances.  
  • Utility Assistance—can contribute up to $50.00 in the form of utility bill payments if their utilities are about to be cut off. The bill must show “Disconnect Notice”. Will help link guest to other services that could help get the balanced paid.  
  • Transportation—when guests who have a confirmed job interview or medical appointment, bus tokens can be handed out. Appointments will be verified before assistance is given. 
  • Infant Services—provides diapers, blankets, clothing, and other necessities for infants up to age three.  
  • Vision Care—guests are offered a voucher for an appointment with a local optometrist when the guest qualifies as having poor vision. Guest can select through available frames through the program and receive a new pair of prescription glasses.  

Medical Clinic and Pregnancy Resource Center 
6216 S. Lewis Suite 100 
Tulsa, OK 74136 
918-745-6000 
539-777-1426 (text) 
https://www.mendpregnancy.org/ 
Facebook: /MendMedical

  • Free pregnancy testing and limited ultrasounds. Provides counseling and information on parenting, adopting, and abortion. Staff can help provide referrals to other services for medical, legal, housing needs, and other services. Programs to help prepare for childbirth, parenting, and sexual health. Baby and maternity clothing may be available to clients.  

theMission 
11341 N Garnett Rd 
Owasso, OK 74055 
918-516-6638 
https://fbcowasso.org/theMission 
Facebook: /themissionfbco

  • Serves families in the Owasso and the surrounding rural communities. Provides groceries, personal care products, clothing, home essentials, baby essentials, and some furniture. Open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11:00-3:00 and on the 3rd Tuesday of the month 6:30-8:30. 

Caring Community Friends
12 W. Burnham Ave 
Sapulpa, OK 74066 
918-224-6464 
https://www.caringcommunityfriends.org/ 
Facebook: /CaringCommunityFriends

Services for those who live in Creek County. 

  • Weekly fresh market– no appointment required to receive “perishable” foods. Set up as a drive through. Need to bring photo ID and proof of residency. Open Thursdays from 2:30-3:30.  
  • Shopper’s Choice Food Pantry—is available by appointment only. Call the “day of” to make an appointment. Need to have proof of residence, photo ID of adults in the household, and either a shot record or birth certificate for children in the house. Open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:00-3:00. Offered every 30 days.  
  • Rent Assistance—when funds are available, applicants can apply for partial payment (up to $250/12 months). Must provide photo ID, proof of residence, lease agreement, late rent invoice, and Property Owner Form W-9. 
  • Utilities Assistance—when funds are available, partial payment (up to $100/12 months) of an electric, gas, propane, or water bill may be made. Must provide photo ID, proof of residence, proof of income, and copy of utility and cut-off notice. 
  • Prescription Medication—subsidies are available for life-threatening illnesses with a written prescription from a doctor. Must have a photo ID, proof of residence, proof of income, and copy of the prescription. Does not assist with painkillers, antidepressants, and/or psychotropic drugs.  
  • Infant Services and Toiletries—assistance with diapers and formula. Other toiletries need based on availability.  
  • Specialty Programs—other programs throughout the year to assist families with school supplies, Christmas gifts, and snacks for children during school and summer breaks. Go online to learn more about their special programs. 

Arms Around BA 
840 S Elm Pl 
Broken Arrow, OK 74012 
918-258-7714 
https://www.armsaroundba.com/ 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Arms%20Around%20Ba/158735794149280/

  • For those who live in Broken Arrow, Bixby, and Coweta. 
  • Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Fridays 10:00-3:00; Monday nights 6:00-8:00. 
  • Helps meet the needs of those who are needing food, clothing, infant care, and/or personal care items. 
  • Utility assistance—assist with utility payment with a cut-off notice. Utility assistance is offered once every 12 months. Clients will need to bring a photo ID and proof of address. 
  • Medical—at this time due to COVID the medical clinic is closed. Please check back at a later time to see if/when the clinic will reopen. 

Wagoner Area Neighbors 
100 NE 8th St 
Wagoner, OK 74467 
918-485-2309 
https://wagonerhelps.org/ 
Facebook: /Wagoner-Area-Neighbors-1428852037356985
Hours of operations are Monday, Wednesday, Fridays 8:30-12:00 and Tuesday & Thursday 1:00-3:00. 

To qualify for services, you must fill out a Client Intake application, provide photo IDs for all adults in the household, and current proof of residence. There are also services available for the homeless. 

  • Food Assistance–every 30 days for food order. Come during normal hours of operation and pick up produce and sometimes deli and bakery items that are donated by Walmart. 
  • Clothing Assistance –can get clothing every 30 days for all members of your household. 10 items of clothing per member of the household. Call ahead to make a clothing appointment due to COVID. 
  • Financial Assistance—provides utility, rent, prescription, propane, and gas voucher assistance. You can call for more information about the qualifications for financial assistance. 
  • Infant needs—offers diapers and other infant needs when available. 
  • Personal care items—personal care items when available. 
  • Special programs including the Back-to-School program and Holiday programs. 

Safe Kids Oklahoma 
Safe Kids Tulsa Area 
5353 East 68th Street 
Tulsa, OK 74136 
918-494-7233 
https://www.saintfrancis.com/living-well/childrens-wellness/safe-kids/ 
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, and water safety. Call to set up a one-on-one appointment to get your car seat checked. 
  • Can help families with new car seats. 
  • Associated with Safe Kids WorldWide. https://www.safekids.org/. 

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 supplements 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.  

CAP Tulsa 
Main office 
Legacy Plaza 
5330 E 31st St, Suite 300 
Tulsa, OK 74135 
918-382-3200 
https://captulsa.org/ 
Facebook: /captulsa

  • Provides high-quality early education services as well as a range of supportive services designed to improve the economic status of their parents. The early childhood program prepares children for kindergarten and future school success. Parents are offered free English classes for those who speak either Spanish or Zomi. Parents can also participate in the free career training program that offers coaching and job opportunities for parents of children 8 years and younger.  

Tulsa Educare 
https://www.tulsaeducare.org/ 
Facebook: /TulsaEducare
Email: info@TulsaEducare.org 

Kendall-Whittier 918-779-6233 
Hawthorne 918-508-2250 
Macarthur 539-832-8200 
Celia Clinton 918-960-2300 

  • An early childhood education program that works to provide sound early childhood education, enhance parenting practices, and build strong partnerships with other organizations. Enrollment is based on selection criteria, one of which is income. Please refer to the website for more information about enrollment, call any of the schools, or email using the general email address above. 

Tulsa Dream Center 
200 West 46th Street North 
Tulsa, OK 74126 
918-430-9984 
https://www.tulsadreamcenter.org/ 
Facebook: /tulsadreamcenter

  • Food—grocery giveaways are from 9:00-11:00 on Saturdays and Tuesday from 10:00-1:00. This is a drive-thru program due to COVID. On-site hot meals have been provided but due to COVID the process may have changed. Offered two times a week for lunch. Please call to learn more. 
  • Clothing—clothing room where people can receive clothing items from infant to adult. Lightly used household items and furniture is also provided. 
  • Literacy Is for Everyone Program (LIFE)—for grades 1-5 where a student receives one-on-one tutoring. Focuses on elevating the reading and learning levels of the children. Every child will be given a hot meal. There is also a GED program facilitated by certified teachers.  
  • Recreation—children can play sports and are mentored and trained in leadership skills, team building, and character development. Currently has a soccer program. 
  • Super Saturday—occurs twice a month where children can have fun, play games, be creative, and interact with other children. Every child gets fed breakfast and lunch.  
  • Medical—provided for those who are uninsured. Call for more information.  

John 3:16 Mission
575 N 39th W Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-587-1186 
https://www.john316mission.org/ 
Facebook: /John316Mission

  • Daily Meal—any homeless, man, woman, or child can be served a meal everyday starting at 5:45pm. Located at 506 N. Cheyenne Ave in downtown Tulsa.  
  • Food pantry—through its Family and Youth Center, supplemental groceries can be provided to under-resourced families that are not homeless. Appointments can be made every 30 days. A photo ID and current proof of address is needed. Please arrive 20 mins before your appointment to have time to fill out paperwork and food menu.  
  • Family and Youth Center—provides families with resources such as food, clothing, furniture, and utilities. Has after school programs for children, monthly outreaches, youth development programs, summer literacy, and tutoring. 
  • Overnight shelter—for homeless men. To stay overnight, a photo ID is required along with a TB card. If you do not have a TB card, they can help you acquire one. Check-in is at 5:45. If you work and cannot make it for evening check-in contact the Mission to reserve a bed at 918-587-1187. 
  • Residential Recovery Program—a yearlong program for men and women who are struggling with addiction, trauma, or other difficult issues. For men, call the main line or go to 506 N. Cheyenne. For women, call 918-587-8634 or go to the main office address.  

Lilyfield Empower Tulsa 
(Mailing Address Only) 
1717 N. Peoria Avenue #178 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-346-6373 
https://www.empowertulsa.org/ 
Facebook: /LilyfieldOK

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. Children will learn social and emotional skills through curriculum and playtime. Contact the Empower Coordinator for more information. This program is all year as they have a summer program as well. 
  • Check and Connect—a program designed to enhance student’s engagement at school. Each child is connected with a mentor who meets with the students to provide support in tutoring and collaborating with the parents and school to help the child be successful in class. 

Community Service Council 
16 E. 16th Street, #202 
Tulsa, OK 74119 
918-585-5551 
https://csctulsa.org/programs/ 
Facebook: /csctulsa

  • The Power of Families Project*— a program that works to remove barriers that impedes school readiness, community engagement and access to health care among Tulsa’s Hispanic/Latinx families. Peer leaders will reach out to families to better understand their needs and assist them with resources as a way to help empower them in increasing their knowledge of community resources and build a social network within the community and school. To contact the program’s advisor, call 918-699-4553. https://www.facebook.com/ThePowerOfFAmilies/  
  • Sia Mah Nu—Burmese Community Peer Educator Program that is designed to support Burmese women living in Tulsa. Peer leaders engage with families to help them navigate different health and education systems. Offers 12 weeks of health classes for the participants to help them enhance their knowledge on health, parenting, child development, and navigate the school system. At Jenks Public School, there are two after school program. However, they are currently on hold due to COVID. The after-school program teaches English Speaking children the Zopau language and customs of the Burmese culture to promote cultural understand. The Student Volunteer Educator Project trains student volunteers to lead interactive groups with Burmese mothers and their infants to help promote pre-reading skills. To contact the program’s advisor, call 918-557-0818. 
  • Child Care Resource Center*—provides quality childcare resource and referral services to families. To contact the program advisor, call 918-935-5247. https://www.facebook.com/ccrctulsa/  
  • Healthy Start—focuses on health outcomes to reduce infant mortality and maternal morbidity/mortality. Works with expectant mothers and their families before, during and after pregnancy. During the pregnancy, the team will work with the family to create a plan of care to help enhance a healthy delivery. After the baby is born, the team will stay with the family for up to two years to help connect the family with resources. Their fatherhood program works to improve the parent-child relationship by strengthen the role of the father. Any father figure is welcomed; it does not have to be the biological father.  
  • Oklahoma Veterans Alliance/Supportive Services for Veteran families (SSVF)*—support for veterans by connecting them to the right providers for help through a system that links veterans to qualified providers, connecting with employers who work with veterans, mentoring relationship between veterans. For more information contact the program advisor at 918-630-1891. The SSVF program helps provide temporary intervention and short-term housing to low-income veteran families who are homeless or facing eviction. Serves over 35 counties. For more information contact the program advisor at 918-588-8418. https://www.facebook.com/okveteranalliance/  

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 a 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 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. 

Tulsa Dream Center 
200 West 46th Street North 
Tulsa, OK 74126 
918-430-9984 
https://www.tulsadreamcenter.org/ 
Facebook: /thetulsadreamcenter

  • Food—grocery giveaways are from 9:00-11:00 on Saturdays and Tuesday from 10:00-1:00. This is a drive-thru program due to COVID. On-site hot meals have been provided but due to COVID the process may have changed. Offered two times a week for lunch. Please call to learn more. 
  • Clothing—clothing room where people can receive clothing items from infant to adult. Lightly used household items and furniture is also provided. 
  • Literacy Is for Everyone Program (LIFE)—for grades 1-5 where a student receives one-on-one tutoring. Focuses on elevating the reading and learning levels of the children. Every child will be given a hot meal. There is also a GED program facilitated by certified teachers.  
  • Recreation—children can play sports and are mentored and trained in leadership skills, team building, and character development. Currently has a soccer program. 
  • Super Saturday—occurs twice a month where children can have fun, play games, be creative, and interact with other children. Every child gets fed breakfast and lunch.  
  • Medical—provided for those who are uninsured. Call for more information.  

Christ for Humanity 
6314 E 13th St. 
Tulsa, OK 74112 
918-836-2424 
http://www.christforhumanity.com/ 
Hours of Operations: Monday through Thursday 9:00-4:00. Please call ahead for an appointment. 

  • Food and Clothing Pantry—provides emergency groceries. In addition to food, they provide clothing, household goods, furniture, and medical supplies/devices (if available) at no cost. 

John 3:16 Mission
575 N 39th W Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-587-1186 
https://www.john316mission.org/ 
Facebook: /John316Mission

  • Daily Meal—any homeless, man, woman, or child can be served a meal everyday starting at 5:45pm. Located at 506 N. Cheyenne Ave in downtown Tulsa.  
  • Food pantry—through its Family and Youth Center, supplemental groceries can be provided to under-resourced families that are not homeless. Appointments can be made every 30 days. A photo ID and current proof of address is needed. Please arrive 20 mins before your appointment to have time to fill out paperwork and food menu.  
  • Family and Youth Center—provides families with resources such as food, clothing, furniture, and utilities. Has after school programs for children, monthly outreaches, youth development programs, summer literacy, and tutoring. 
  • Overnight shelter—for homeless men. To stay overnight, a photo ID is required along with a TB card. If you do not have a TB card, they can help you acquire one. Check-in is at 5:45. If you work and cannot make it for evening check-in contact the Mission to reserve a bed at 918-587-1187. 
  • Residential Recovery Program—a yearlong program for men and women who are struggling with addiction, trauma, or other difficult issues. For men, call the main line or go to the 506 N. Cheyenne. For women, call 918-587-8634 or go to the main office address.  

GUTS Distribution Center 
9120 E Broken Arrow Expressway 
Tulsa, OK 74145 
Fridays 9:30-11:00 

Skiatook 
107 Wc Rogers Blvd. 
Skiatook, OK 74070 
Last Friday of the month 10:00 

Sapulpa 
911 E Dewey Ave 
Sapulpa, OK 74066 
Last Friday of the month 10:00 

https://www.gutschurch.com/friday-groceries/ 

  • Groceries—everyone receives free groceries, frozen meat, dairy, produce, cakes, dry goods, and more. Church service does occur in the morning. 
  • Thrift store—Tulsa campus only. Clothes for those in need. Monday-Thursday 9:00-3:00; Friday 9:00-12:00; and before and after every Sunday service.  

The Ministry Center 
312 S 33rd West Avenue 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-585-5310 
https://www.ministry-center.com/ 

Hours of Operation: Tuesday through Thursday 10:00-1:00. Must arrive by 12:30 to receive services. A picture ID and proof of dependents (if applicable) is required for each day of service. Clients will receive an intake to assist needs. 

  • Medical Clinic—held the 2nd and 4th Thursday afternoons of each month. By appointment only. Call to schedule your appointment. Clinic can assist with vouchers for prescription medication and annual women’s healthcare needs.  
  • Food—basic, staple food items provided on an emergency basis. 
  • Clothing—quality, new and gently used clothing for any family member. Shower facilities for homeless clients.  

Loaves and Fishes
11321 E 19th St 
Tulsa, OK 74128 
918-234-8577 
https://loavesandfishes.net/ 
Facebook: /lfministries
Hours of Operation: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday. 

  • Meal—free meal served from 10:00-10:30. 
  • Food Assistance—must be registered by 10:15 as the program begins at 10:30. You will receive dry goods, meat, bread, and produce items. Expect to stay until 11:00. Bring your photo ID, or proof that you live in Oklahoma. At this time please do not bring children under 13 years old.  
  • Turning Point Thrift Store*—located next door at 11403 E 19th Street. You can call 918-234-8574 or go to their website https://turningpointthriftstore.net/home/ and social media pages for more information. Has clothing, household items, and furniture. Opened Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00-3:00. https://www.facebook.com/turningpointstore/  

Neighbor for Neighbor 
505 East 36th St. North 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-425-5578 
https://www.neighborforneighbor.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighbor-for-Neighbor-407543512767289

Services are available to assist the uninsured, low-income, unemployed, impoverished, handicapped, and seniors. Please call or go to their website for more information about their programs.   

  • Life Skills—provides classes and individual coaching for topics such as nutrition, cooking, budgeting, business etiquette, and anger management. Interview, work clothes, and job listing are also provided and discussed. 
  • Emergency Assistance—provide bus tokens, utility bills assistance, and work boots and uniforms. 
  • Legal Clinic—helps families draft legal documents. 
  • Optical Clinic—provides eye exams, and glasses for adults and children.  
  • Dispensary—provides prescription screening and prescriptions and vouchers for outside purchases. Does not assist with narcotics, psychiatric drugs or select expensive medications. 
  • Dental—provides acute and restorative services such as cleanings for children and adults. Provides emergency extractions, oral surgery, and dentures.  
  • Medical clinic—acute and systemic care. Partners with OU medical Clinic. 
  • Food Pantry—monthly supplemental food supply for low-income families. Clients can pick out what they need for their family.  
  • Community Projects—provides clothing, and household items. 
  • Circle Housing Program—program that supports home ownership for low-income families and home repairs for the eldering or disabled that own their own homes.  

Harvest House
1439 E 71st St. 
Tulsa, OK 74136 
918-884-7667 
https://www.tulsaharvesthouse.org/ 
Facebook: /tulsaharvesthouse.org

To receive services, appointments must be made. To make an appointment, call Mondays at 5:00pm and leave a message with your name and phone number and a description of your needs. On Tuesday, a callback will occur. You must talk with the receptionist to obtain an appoint time. A callback is not confirmation of an appointment. It is a first call, first serve program. If you do not receive a call, the schedule is full. Please try the following week to make an appointment. Appointments only occur on Wednesdays.  

  • Food Pantry—provides 7 days’ worth of food for the household. Emergency groceries are available Monday through Thursday from 1:00-4:00. Guest can walk-in without an appointment for emergency groceries.  
  • Clothing and Home Goods—guest can take home 2 outfits of clothing per household and possibly some household goods depending on circumstances.  
  • Utility Assistance—can contribute up to $50.00 in the form of utility bill payments if their utilities are about to be cutoff. The bill must show “Disconnect Notice”. Will help link guest to other services that could help get the balanced paid.  
  • Transportation—when guest who have a confirmed job interview or medical appointment, bus tokens can be handed out. Appointments will be verified before assistance is given. 
  • Infant Services—provides diapers, blankets, clothing, and other necessities for infants up to age three.  
  • Vision Care—guests are offered a voucher for an appointment with a local optometrist when the guest qualifies as having poor vision. Guest can select through available frames through the program and receive a new pair of prescription glasses.  

Tulsa First Baptist Church 
Caring Center Downtown
305 S Detroit Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74120 
918-587-6000 
https://www.tulsafbc.org/missions/local-missions/ 
Days of Operation: Monday through Thursday. 

  • Clothing—available every 8 weeks with photo ID. Open from 10:00-11:45. 
  • Food—available every 4 weeks with a photo ID and proof of residence. Open from 10:00-11:00. 
  • Utility Assistance—call 918-587-1571 on Mondays beginning at 8:30 to schedule an appointment. 

Tulsa First Baptist Church 
Caring Center South 
6110 South 99th East Ave  
Tulsa, OK 74133 
918-594-5012 
https://www.tulsafbc.org/missions/local-missions/ 
Facebook: /CaringCenterSouth 
Monday through Friday (when school is in session). 

  • Clothing—available every 4 weeks with photo ID of each person receiving clothing. 
  • English as a Second Language—classes are free and open to the public. Offered one night a week. Teachers can teach Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced level classes. Call 918-594-5073 for more information.  

Manna House 
4921 E Admiral Place 
Tulsa, OK 74115 
918-836-5541 
https://www.abbacenter.org/mana-house 
Pantry hours: Tuesdays 10:00-2:00. Drive up service only. 

  • Provides food and clothing for those who live in the 74110 and 74115 Zip codes.  

Eastland Assembly of God Outreach 
12310 # 21st St. 
Tulsa, OK 74129 
918-437-2590 
https://www.eastlandag.org/outreach 

  • Food pantry and Clothes closet—available the first and third Tuesday of each month from 6:00-7:00. Open to the community in certain zip codes: 74108, 74112, 74128, 74129, 74134, 74145, 74146. 

theMission 
11341 N Garnett Rd 
Owasso, OK 74055 
918-516-6638 
https://fbcowasso.org/theMission 
Facebook: /themissionfbco

  • Serves families in the Owasso and the surrounding rural communities. Provides groceries, personal care products, clothing, home essentials, baby essentials, and some furniture. Open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11:00-3:00 and on the 3rd Tuesday of the month 6:30-8:30. 

Sand Springs Community Services Inc
114 W 4th St. 
Sand Springs, OK 74063 
918-245-5183 
https://sscsok.org/ 
Facebook: /SanditesHere2Help
Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday 10:00-2:30, Friday 9:00-12:00.  

  • Provides residents of Sand Springs with resources that will assist with basic needs. Can help with financial assistance, clothing, or food needs. 
  • Family Forward Program—a 12-month program that assist families become self-sufficient. A family member works with a Long-Term Solution Specialist to develop workforce readiness skills such as resume development, interviewing skills, budgeting, and goal setting. The family member will need to obtain at least a part time entry level positive. Throughout the program financial assistance will be possible. 

Arms Around BA 
840 S Elm Pl 
Broken Arrow, OK 74012 
918-258-7714 
https://www.armsaroundba.com/ 
Facebook: /Arms%20Around%20Ba/158735794149280/

  • For those who live in Broken Arrow, Bixby, and Coweta. 
  • Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Fridays 10:00-3:00; Monday nights 6:00-8:00. 
  • Helps meet the needs of those who are needing food, clothing, infant care, and/or personal care items. 
  • Utility assistance—assist with utility payment with a cut-off notice. Utility assistance is offered once every 12 months. Clients will need to bring a photo ID and proof of address. 
  • Medical—at this time due to COVID the medical clinic is closed. Please check back at a later time to see if/when the clinic will reopen. 

Wagoner Area Neighbors
100 NE 8th St 
Wagoner, OK 74467 
918-485-2309 
https://wagonerhelps.org/ 
Facebook: /Wagoner-Area-Neighbors-1428852037356985

  • Hours of operations are Monday, Wednesday, Fridays 8:30-12:00 and Tuesday & Thursday 1:00-3:00. To qualify for services, you must fill out a Client Intake application, provide photo IDs for all adults in the household, and current proof of residence. There are also services available for the homeless. 
  • Food Assistance–every 30 days for food order. Come during normal hours of operation and pick up produce and sometimes deli and bakery items that are donated by Walmart. 
  • Clothing Assistance –can get clothing every 30 days for all members of your household. 10 items of clothing per member of the household. Call ahead to make a clothing appointment due to COVID. 
  • Financial Assistance—provides utility, rent, prescription, propane, and gas voucher assistance. You can call for more information about the qualifications for financial assistance. 
  • Infant needs—offers diapers and other infant needs when available. 
  • Personal care items—personal care items when available. 
  • Special programs including the Back-to-School program and Holiday programs. 

Habitat for Humanity Restore 
1234 S Norwood 
Tulsa, OK 74112 
918-359-5555 
Hours of Operation: Monday through Saturday 9:00-6:00 

Restore Rack Clothing 
112 S. Memorial Drive 
Tulsa, OK 74112 
918-359-5555 
Monday through Saturday 9:00-8:00 
https://greencountryhabitat.org/restores 
Facebook: /tulsarestore

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

ShareHouse 
3726 East Admiral Place 
Tulsa, OK 74115 
918-815-3016 
http://www.sharehousetulsa.com/index.html 
Facebook: /TulsaSharehouse

  • Donated, cost-free furniture and appliances for those in poverty who need assistance in establishing a safe home environment. Call to learn more about receiving furniture.  

Community Service Council 
16 E. 16th Street, #202 
Tulsa, OK 74119 
918-585-5551 
https://csctulsa.org/programs/ 
Facebook: /csctulsa

  • The Power of Families Project*— a program that works to remove barriers that impedes school readiness, community engagement and access to health care among Tulsa’s Hispanic/Latinx families. Peer leaders will reach out to families to better understand their needs and assist them with resources as a way to help empower them in increasing their knowledge of community resources and build a social network within the community and school. To contact the program’s advisor, call 918-699-4553. https://www.facebook.com/ThePowerOfFAmilies/ 
  • Sia Mah Nu—Burmese Community Peer Educator Program that is designed to support Burmese women living in Tulsa. Peer leaders engage with families to help them navigate different health and education systems. Offers 12 weeks of health classes for the participants to help them enhance their knowledge on health, parenting, child development, and navigate the school system. At Jenks Public School, there are two after school program. However, they are currently on hold due to COVID. The after-school program teaches English Speaking children the Zopau language and customs of the Burmese culture to promote cultural understand. The Student Volunteer Educator Project trains student volunteers to lead interactive groups with Burmese mothers and their infants to help promote pre-reading skills. To contact the program’s advisor, call 918-557-0818. 
  • Child Care Resource Center*—provides quality childcare resource and referral services to families. To contact the program advisor, call 918-935-5247. https://www.facebook.com/ccrctulsa/ 
  • Healthy Start—focuses on health outcomes to reduce infant mortality and maternal morbidity/mortality. Works with expectant mothers and their families before, during and after pregnancy. During the pregnancy, the team will work with the family to create a plan of care to help enhance a healthy delivery. After the baby is born, the team will stay with the family for up to two years to help connect the family with resources. Their fatherhood program works to improve the parent-child relationship by strengthen the role of the father. Any father figure is welcomed; it does not have to be the biological father.  
  • Oklahoma Veterans Alliance/Supportive Services for Veteran families (SSVF)*—support for veterans by connecting them to the right providers for help through a system that links veterans to qualified providers, connecting with employers who work with veterans, mentoring relationship between veterans. For more information contact the program advisor at 918-630-1891. The SSVF program helps provide temporary intervention and short-term housing to low-income veteran families who are homeless or facing eviction. Serves over 35 counties. For more information contact the program advisor at 918-588-8418. https://www.facebook.com/okveteranalliance/ 

Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa 
550 South Peoria 
Tulsa, OK 74120 
918-588-1900 
https://www.ihcrc.org/ 
Facebook: /IHCRC

  • Medical—non-emergency outpatient clinic. Services include primary care, internal medicine, pediatrics and well-baby care, public health, women’s health, geriatric medicine, x-ray, ultra-sound, and lab diagnostics. Other services include pharmacy, healthy start, WIC, medication education and health and wellness programs. 
  • Behavioral health—individual and family counseling services for children, adolescents, and adults. Substance abuse assessments and treatment. System of Care wraparound services which helps families support their children who are at risk of being removed from either the school or home. Domestic Violence intervention program helps prevent violence and advocate for survivors of abuse.  
  • Additional Social program—there are other programs that have been suspended at this time due to COVID. However, these programs can increase socialization, wellness, and cultural learning.  

Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma 
2450 N Harvard Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74115 
918-949-4673 
https://cceok.org/ 
Facebook: /catholiccharitieseasternok

Additional outreach centers can be found throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Please refer to the website to find additional locations. 

  • Emergency Food Assistance—Tuesday through Friday 9:00 to 12:00. Bring an ID for everyone in the household.  
  • Seasonal—offered through the Emergency Assistance program, Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets and Christmas gifts are offered through the discretion of their case workers. Children can receive a coat voucher during the month of November. 
  • Dental—general dental care and restorative services. Services are provided in a multilingual environment. Cost is $10 per visit; $100 per arch per denture; and $50 per arch per flexible partial denture. By appointment only. For people needing immediate pain relief or extractions no appointment is required. Please arrive between 3:30 pm on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Call 918-508-7191 for more information and to make appointments. 
  • Pregnancy Care—on-site prenatal and OB care.  Clinic is open Monday through Thursday 8:30-4:00pm. Services are free to the patients. Call 918-508-7199 to schedule an appointment.  
  • Adult Education—to enroll in a class complete the online application. Childcare is offered at no change while a student is attending class. Arrangements must be discussed prior to class starting. Call 918-508-7102 for more information. 
  • High School Equivalency (English and Spanish). Several locations and times are available on the website. 
  • English as a Second Language—morning and evening classes are available. 
  • Basic Computer skills—includes Microsoft Words, Excel, and Outlook. Class times varies. 
  • Housing—two different residential programs for women. Call 918-508-7140 for more information about the programs. 
  • Madonna House—for women who are pregnant above the age of 18. Residents can find support in a communal setting and learn skills that will help them throughout their pregnancy. They can work on developing career readiness, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more.  
  • St. Elizabeth Lodge—for single moms and their children who are experiencing a time of transition and need a place to find stability. They can work on developing career assessments, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more. You must be employed and working at least 20 hours per week and have custody of your child(ren). 
  • Refugee Resettlement—provides support for refugees who are resettling in the area and providing guidance as needed.  
  • Immigration Legal Services—representing immigrants and serving their client by helping with family petitions, registry, deportation/removal proceedings, citizenship, green card replacement, support for victims of human trafficking, asylum, and many other services. Hour of operations are Tuesday through Friday 9:00-4:30. Initial consolations are held on Thursdays by appointment only. Call 918-508-7180 to set up an appointment. Services are offered at a nominal fee and people will not be turned away due to inability to pay. Other locations can be found on the website. 
  • Counseling—counseling for families and individuals covering a variety of subject such as anxiety, relationship difficulties, post-abortion, and problems with daily living. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30; Tuesday evenings until 7:00. Call 918-508-7136 for an appointment.   

YWCA 
(Main Location) 
1910 S Lewis Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74104 
918-587-2100 
https://www.ywcatulsa.org/immigrant-and-refugee-services/ 
Facebook: /ywcatulsa

Classes are taught at the East Community Center at 17th and Memorial and several other locations. Call 918-663-0377 for more information about the classes, cost, times, and location for the Immigrant and Refugee services.  

  • Citizenship classes—11-week Citizenship class that focuses on US civics vocabulary and history needed to pass the US naturalization exam.  
  • Legal Services—specializes in naturalization and family-based cases assisting US Citizen or Permanent Resident to petition for family members to come to the US. 
  • Refugee and Asylee services—connects refugees who come to the US with services needed to flourish in Tulsa. 
  • High School Equivalency classes—for English Language Learners to prepare for a high school equivalency exam. 
  • English Language Classes—11-week class that help those learning English at either a beginner, intermediate, or advanced level. Classes are $50 per quarter.  
  • Classes for Young Children—for children 0-5 can attend a class while their parent is attending a class. The classes are available during the morning and afternoon adult classes. Children participate in learning activities and are exposed to the English language. Cost is $30 for each 11-week class. 
  • Family Literacy—interactive literacy events for families with their children. Helps caregivers be their child’s primary teacher and gives parents resources to support their child’s education.  
  • Translation and Interpretation Services—provides professional interpretation and translation services in the following languages: Arabic, Burmese, French, Hmong, Russian, Spanish, and Zomi. Places for interpretations service can be medical appointments, school, legal, and translation services for community events.  

Oklahomans for Equality (OkEq) 
621 E 4th Street 
Tulsa, OK 74120 
918-743-4297 
https://www.okeq.org/ 
Facebook: /OklahomansforEquality
Hours of Operation: 9:00-9:00 Monday through Sunday. 

  • Through advocacy, educations, programs, and alliances OkEq seeks equal rights for the LGBT+ community. The Equality Center is a place for the LGBT+ and allies to engage in social activities, find support, discover resources, receive counseling, and make positive changes in the community. 

Youth Services of Tulsa 
311 S Madison Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74112 
918-582-0061 
https://www.yst.org/ 
Facebook: /youthservicesoftulsa 

  • Adolescent Emergency Shelter—open to youth ages 12 to 18 who do not have a safe place to go. Provides the residents hot meals, shower, clean clothes, and other resources. Open 24 hours daily 7 days a week. 
  • Street Outreach—youth ages 16 to 24 can drop by “The Station” Monday through Friday 11:00-4:00 for a hot meal, shower, laundry, hygiene, and WIFI. If desired, the youth can talk to staff about additional programming.  
  • Transition Program—youth ages 17 to 24 who are homeless can receive housing assistance and support through intensive case management and learn life skills, employment, and education. Complete application online. 
  • Coffee House—youth ages 12 to 18 can come hang out and listen to live music, Wi-Fi and hot beverages. Open every Saturday night from 7:00-11:00. Admission is free. 
  • Sexual Health Awareness—evidence-based curricula that empowers youth to avoid high-risk behaviors, prevent pregnancy and STDs. Abstinence based curriculum is used for younger adolescents with a more comprehensive training for older youth. 
  • Health Services—assisting at risk youth access to medical care through an on-site clinic operated by the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine. 
  • Individual and Family Counseling/Substance Abuse counseling—available for youth ages 12-18. Services can be in either Spanish or English. Fees are income-based sliding scale, and no one is every turned away due to inability to pay. Services are in Tulsa, Owasso, Broken Arrow, and Glenpool. 
  • Health Education and Prevention—provides health education and connects youth to preventative care. 
  • LGBTQ+ Services—support for youth looking to better understand their sexual identity, gender identity, and/or self-expression. Students partner with peers, schools, teachers, and parents to build Gay/Straight Alliances.  
  • Juvenile Justice—offers programs that can assist with re-entry into the community, school, and home. MAP is a program to help improve communication, deal with emotions, and recognize the consequences of their actions.  Youth Court allows first time offenders to be tried in a court by their peers. Sentencing often includes restitution and community services. 

Harvest House 
1439 E 71st St. 
Tulsa, OK 74136 
918-884-7667 
https://www.tulsaharvesthouse.org/ 
Facebook: /tulsaharvesthouse.org 

To receive services, appointments must be made. To make an appointment, call on Monday at 5:00pm and leave a message with your name and phone number and a description of your needs. On Tuesday, a callback will occur. You must talk with the receptionist to obtain an appoint time. A callback is not confirmation of an appointment. It is a first call, first serve program. If you do not receive a call, the schedule is full. Please try the following week to make an appointment. Appointments only occur on Wednesdays.  

  • Food Pantry—provides 7 days’ worth of food for the household. Emergency groceries are available Monday through Thursday from 1:00-4:00. Guest can walk-in without an appointment.  
  • Clothing and Home Goods—guest can take home 2 outfits of clothing per household and possibly some household goods depending on circumstances.  
  • Utility Assistance—can contribute up to $50.00 in the form of utility bill payments if their utilities are about to be cutoff. The bill must show “Disconnect Notice”. Will help link guest to other services that could help get the balanced paid.  
  • Transportation—when for guest who have a confirmed job interview or medical appointment, bus tokens can be handed out. Appointments will be verified before assistance is given. 
  • Infant Services—provides diapers, blankets, clothing, and other necessities for infants up to age three.  
  • Vision Care—guests are offered a voucher for an appointment with a local optometrist when the guest qualifies as having poor vision. Guest can select through available frames through the program and receive a new pair of prescription glasses.  

Neighbor for Neighbor 
505 East 36th St. North 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-425-5578 
https://www.neighborforneighbor.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighbor-for-Neighbor-407543512767289 

Services are available to assist the uninsured, low-income, unemployed, impoverished, handicapped, and seniors. Please call or go to their website for more information about their programs.   

  • Life Skills—provides classes and individual coaching for topics such as nutrition, cooking, budgeting, business etiquette, and anger management. Interview, work clothes, and job listing are also provided and discussed. 
  • Emergency Assistance—provides bus tokens, utility bills assistance, and work boots and uniforms. 
  • Legal Clinic—helps families draft legal documents. 
  • Optical Clinic—provides eye exams, and glasses for adults and children.  
  • Dispensary—provides prescription screening and prescriptions and vouchers for outside purchases. Does not assist with narcotics, psychiatric drugs or select expensive medications. 
  • Dental—provides acute and restorative services such as cleanings for children and adults. Provides emergency extractions, oral surgery, and dentures.  
  • Medical clinic—acute and systemic care. Partners with OU medical Clinic. 
  • Food Pantry—monthly supplemental food supply for low-income families. Clients can pick out what they need for their family.  
  • Community Projects—provides clothing, and household items. 
  • Circle Housing Program—program that supports home ownership for low-income families and home repairs for the eldering or disabled that own their own homes. 

Helping Hand Ministry 
Bernsen Community Life Center 
700 S. Boston 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74119 
918-584-4701 
https://firstchurchtulsa.org/event/helping-hands-grocery-distribution-ministry/2020-04-13 

  • Food Distribution Ministry—operates Monday and Tuesday from 9:00-12:00. 
  • Assistance Ministry—call 918-582-1356 Monday or Tuesday between 12:30-2:30 to make an appointment. You will need a photo ID, social security number, and rent notice/bill. 

Restore Hope 
Main Location: 
2960 Charles Page Blvd 
Tulsa, OK 

South Location: 
6910 S 101 E Ave (by Asbury UMC) 
Tulsa, OK 
918-582-5766 
https://www.restorehope.org/  
Facebook: /rhmtulsa

  • Food Program—currently, the main location is closed. The South location hours of operations are Monday through Thursday 12:30-3:30. Please bring a photo ID, social security card of all in the household, and recently (within 60 days) proof of Tulsa County home address.  
  • Rent Program—Rent assistance phone line is 918-878-7999. Answered Monday through Wednesday 9:00-12:00. Forms are online to help prevent evictions. 

Tulsa First Baptist Church 
Caring Center Downtown 
305 S Detroit Ave, 
Tulsa, OK 
918-587-6000 
https://www.tulsafbc.org/missions/local-missions/ 
Facebook: /CaringCenterSouth
Monday through Thursday 

  • Clothing—available every 8 weeks with photo ID. Open from 10:00-11:45. 
  • Food—available every 4 weeks with a photo ID and proof of residence. Open from 10:00-11:00. 
  • Utility Assistance—call 918-587-1571 on Mondays beginning at 8:30 to schedule an appointment. 

Neighbors Along the Line 
5000 Charles Page Blvd 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-584-1111 
https://www.neighborsalongtheline.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighborsalongtheline

Those eligible for services must meet income and residency guidelines. The service area boundaries are: 

North: Osage County Line (Edison Street); South: Arkansas River; East: I-244; West: Includes Sand Springs 

  • Food—eligible clients can receive food up to once per month. Food Pantry Hours are Monday 1:30-3:30; Tuesday 1:30-3:30; Wednesday 4:30-5:45; Thursday 1:30-3:30 and 4:30-5:45. Bring photo ID, proof of address, social security card for each member, proof of Food Stamps, proof of income or proof of no income. Prior to COVID cooking classes were being offered. Please check with website to see if/when classes will resume. 
  • Medical Clinic—treats acute and chronic conditions. Referrals options for some lab testing and specialty care, prescriptions free of charge when samples available, only for those with no health insurance. Operates on a number draw system. Monday evening starting at 5:15; Tuesday morning at 9:30am at the OSU clinic; Wednesday mornings at 9:30. At this time, the only clinic time open is Monday evenings. Call to make an appointment. 
  • Dental Services—suspended at this time due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when clinic will reopen. 
  • Literacy and Development Program—helps you prepare for your GED. You will need internet access and a commitment to studying about 5 hours per week. To prepare for the test it is free of cost. The official test itself is $100. However, there is a scholarship program to help accommodate students who cannot cover the cost themselves. Please call the 918-584-1111 ext. 104 with any questions, comments, or concerns. Other development services include:  
  • Academic tutoring—free, one-on-one tutoring for students of all ages and grades. 
  • Computer lab—free internet access to search for jobs, fill out applications, write resumes, and check email. 
  • Career Services—workshops that can assist with improving job outlook and employability. 
  • Computer basics class—online computer class that teaches about the Windows operating system and how to create an email account for job searches. Currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when class will restart. 
  • Resume writing and interview skills—set an appointment to work on developing these skills. 
  • Community Activities—currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when activities will restart. 
  • Utilities Assistance—able to pay for partial payment of utility bill. Must have a cutoff notice for the current month. Call to set up an appointment. 
  • Life Skills classes— currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when classes will restart. 
  • Legal Aid—provides legal assistance on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month from 1:30-3:30. Call to make an appointment. 
  • Seasonal Assistance—provides those who need assistance with school supplies, Thanksgiving meals, and Christmas gifts. Call for more information and sign-up dates. 

The Salvation Army Tulsa Area Command 
102 N Denver Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74103 
918-587-7801 
http://www.salarmytulsa.org/ 
Facebook: /salarmytulsa

  • Center of Hope—emergency shelter to provide refuge to individuals and families. Daily meals are prepared in the shelter. Public meal is served daily at 1:00; this is for anyone needing a hot meal. Evening meal for those staying at the shelter is from 4:30-5:30. The shelter is open 24/7 but check in time is 4:30 daily. To be eligible to stay at the shelter, you must be homeless. 
  • Housing program—a two-year program that helps individuals and families work toward become self-sufficient through education and skills training. Call 918-582-7201 for more information. If you are single, ask about the Project Able Program. For families, ask for the Supportive Housing Program.  
  • Emergency Financial Assistance—is by appointment only and people will need to be able to document their financial hardship, bring a copy of their bills and lease, proof of rent and other payments. 

Bixby Outreach Center 
77 E Breckenridge Ave 
Bixby, OK 74008 
918-366-9226 
https://bixbyoutreach.org/ 
Facebook: /BixbyOutreachCenter

Hours of Operation: Monday 3:00-6:00; Tuesday through Wednesday 10:00-2:00, and Thursday 10:00-3:00. On the second Tuesday of the month, they are open from 4:00-7:00. They serve residents of Bixby, Jenks, Glenpool, Kiefer, Leonard, Haskell, and Liberty Mounds. Clients will need a proof of address, photo ID, and birth certificate for children. Contact the office to schedule an appointment.  

  • Food Pantry—provides local families with a monthly distribution of perishable and nonperishable foods, toiletries, and baby care items. Provides home delivery services for clients who have medical needs or transportation issues who are unable to come to the clinic. Holiday meals for Thanksgiving and Christmas is also provided for these families. For children, they partner with the local schools for Kids Break Boxes where children can receive a voucher to receive food boxes. In the summer, children can receive a food bag for them when their parents come for services.  
  • Backpack Program—each child who is a client can receive a new backpack with school supplies being delivered to the child’s school.  
  • Financial—they can provide limited financial assistance. Call for more information. 

Arms Around BA 
840 S Elm Pl 
Broken Arrow, OK 74012 
918-258-7714 
https://www.armsaroundba.com/ 
Facebook: /Arms%20Around%20Ba/158735794149280

  • For those who live in Broken Arrow, Bixby, and Coweta. 
  • Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Fridays 10:00-3:00; Monday nights 6:00-8:00. 
  • Helps meet the needs of those who are needing food, clothing, infant care, and/or personal care items. 
  • Utility assistance—assist with utility payment with a cut-off notice. Utility assistance is offered once every 12 months. Clients will need to bring a photo ID and proof of address. 
  • Medical—at this time due to COVID the medical clinic is closed. Please check back at a later time to see if/when the clinic will reopen. 

Broken Arrow Neighbors 
315 W College 
Broken Arrow, OK 74012 
918-251-7781 
http://www.baneighbors.org/ 
Facebook: /BANeighbors

Serves families who live in Broken Arrow and Coweta. To receive services, one needs to make an appointment. Required documentation includes proof of residence, photo ID and proof of income/award letter for government assistance. For children in the household, birth certificates or immunization record is needed. 

  • Food Pantry—by appointment only. Call or go online to schedule your appointment. Hours of Operations is Monday through Thursday 10:00-2:00 and 5:00-7:00 (for working clients). Can receive services once every 30 days.  
  • Financial Assistance—is provided in the form of a non-interest loan and is expected to be repaid when possible.  
  • School supplies and Holiday Assistance—children of clients can be eligible for the school distribution. During the holidays, clients are offered a Thanksgiving meal basket and there is a gift gallery to clients who have children under the age of 10.  
  • Medical/Dental/Vision Clinic—at this time, all clinics have been closed due to the virus. Please check back on the website or social media to learn of when clinics will reopen.  

Wagoner Area Neighbors 
100 NE 8th St 
Wagoner, OK 74467 
918-485-2309 
https://wagonerhelps.org/ 
Facebook: /Wagoner-Area-Neighbors-1428852037356985

Hours of operations are Monday, Wednesday, Fridays 8:30-12:00 and Tuesday & Thursday 1:00-3:00. To qualify for services, you must fill out a Client Intake application, provide photo IDs for all adults in the household, and current proof of residence. There are also services available for the homeless. 

  • Food Assistance–every 30 days for food order. Come during normal hours of operation and pick up produce and sometimes deli and bakery items that are donated by Walmart. 
  • Clothing Assistance –can get clothing every 30 days for all members of your household. 10 items of clothing per member of the household. Call ahead to make a clothing appointment due to COVID. 
  • Financial Assistance—provides utility, rent, prescription, propane, and gas voucher assistance. You can call for more information about the qualifications for financial assistance. 
  • Infant needs—offers diapers and other infant needs when available. 
  • Personal care items—personal care items when available. 
  • Special programs including the Back-to-School program and Holiday programs. 

Caring Community Friends 
12 W. Burnham Ave 
Sapulpa, OK 74066 
918-224-6464 
https://www.caringcommunityfriends.org/ 
Facebook: /CaringCommunityFriends

Services for those who live in Creek County. 

  • Weekly fresh market– no appointment required to receive “perishable” foods. Set up as a drive through. Need to bring photo ID and proof of residency. Open Thursdays from 2:30-3:30.  
  • Shopper’s Choice Food Pantry—is available by appointment only. Call the “day of” to make an appointment. Need to have proof of residence, photo ID of adults in the household, and either a shot record or birth certificate for children in the house. Open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:00-3:00. Offered every 30 days.  
  • Rent Assistance—when funds are available, applicants can apply for partial payment (up to $250/12 months). Must provide photo ID, proof of residence, lease agreement, late rent invoice, and Property Owner Form W-9. 
  • Utilities Assistance—when funds are available, partial payment (up to $100/12 months) of an electric, gas, propane, or water bill may be made. Must provide photo ID, proof of residence, proof of income, and copy of utility and cut-off notice. 
  • Prescription Medication—subsidies are available for life-threatening illnesses with a written prescription from a doctor. Must have a photo ID, proof of residence, proof of income, and copy of the prescription. Does not assist with painkillers, antidepressants, and/or psychotropic drugs.  
  • Infant Services and Toiletries—assistance with diapers and formula. Other toiletries need based on availability.  
  • Specialty Programs—other programs throughout the year to assist families with school supplies, Christmas gifts, and snacks for children during school and summer breaks. Go online to learn more about their special programs. 

Sand Springs Community Services Inc 
114 W 4th St. 
Sand Springs, OK 74063 
918-245-5183 
https://sscsok.org/ 
Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday 10:00-2:30, Friday 9:00-12:00.  

  • Provides residents of Sand Springs with resources that will assist with basic needs. Can help with financial assistance, clothing, or food needs. 
  • Family Forward Program—a 12-month program that assist families become self-sufficient. A family member works with a Long-Term Solution Specialist to develop workforce readiness skills such as resume development, interviewing skills, budgeting, and goal setting. The family member will need to obtain at least a part time entry level positive. Throughout the program financial assistance will be possible. 

Owasso Community Resources
109 N Birch St 
Owasso, OK 74055 
918-272-4969 
https://www.owassohelps.org/ 
Facebook: /SanditesHere2Help
Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday 11:00-2:00, Friday 10:00-12:00. 

For families in the Owasso, Collinsville, and Sperry school districts. Household incomes need to be at or below 185% of federal poverty level, have a source of income or be a full-time student. New clients will need to fill out an application to receive services. Application can be found online on their website.  

  • Food and Nutrition—pantry available every 60 days.  
  • Fresh Market—by appointment only. Clients can have access to fresh produce, dairy, deli, and bakery items every other day with proof of residence and photo ID. 
  • Utility Assistance—once every 12 months for each utility. Clients must have a cut-off notice or be within 5 days of cut-off of the utility. Payments are made to the utility company. Only a portion of the bills will be paid. 
  • Rent Assistance—once every 12 months. Clients must provide proof of residency, photo ID, and lease. Clients qualify on the 5th day after the due date, according to the leave or with an eviction notice. Payments are sent to the leasing agent or landlord.  
  • Seasonal—provides families with school supplies when school starts; Thanksgiving food baskets; and Christmas giving tree. 

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.  

Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma 
1304 N. Kenosha Avenue 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-585-2800 

McAlester Branch 
2119 N. Main Street 
McAlester, OK 74501 
918-429-7755 
https://okfoodbank.org/ 
Facebook: /okfoodbank

Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 8:00-4:30. To locate a food bank near you:https://okfoodbank.org/get-help/ 

  • Mobile Eatery—during the summer and school breaks, it focuses on providing a hot meal for children during food pantry distributions. The food truck will drive through different areas of town. 
  • Kids Programming—there are several opportunities for children to be able to receive food. The backpack and school pantry programs provides children with food for the weekend. Through the CAP and Educaresites there is a free family farmers’ market once per month. 
  • Mobile Pantry—creates a farmers market style food distribution in rural communities. 
  • Senior Services—provides food to seniors who are 60 years and older. They partner with low-income senior housing complexes, senior centers, and congregate meal sites. 

Tulsa Dream Center 
200 West 46th Street North 
Tulsa, OK 74126 
918-430-9984 
https://www.tulsadreamcenter.org/ 

  • Food—grocery giveaways are from 9:00-11:00 on Saturdays and Tuesday from 10:00-1:00. This is a drive-thru program due to COVID. On-site hot meals have been provided but due to COVID the process may have changed. Offered two times a week for lunch. Please call to learn more. 
  • Clothing—clothing room where people can receive clothing items from infant to adult. Lightly used household items and furniture is also provided. 
  • Literacy Is for Everyone Program (LIFE)—for grades 1-5 where a student receives one-on-one tutoring. Focuses on elevating the reading and learning levels of the children. Every child will be given a hot meal. There is also a GED program facilitated by certified teachers.  
  • Recreation—children can play sports and are mentored and trained in leadership skills, team building, and character development. Currently has a soccer program. 
  • Super Saturday—occurs twice a month where children can have fun, play games, be creative, and interact with other children. Every child gets fed breakfast and lunch.  
  • Medical—provided for those who are uninsured. Call for more information.  

Neighbors Along the Line 
5000 Charles Page Blvd 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-584-1111 
https://www.neighborsalongtheline.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighborsalongtheline

Those eligible for services must meet income and residency guidelines. The service area boundaries are: 

  • North: Osage County Line (Edison Street); South: Arkansas River; East: I-244; West: Includes Sand Springs. 
  • Food—eligible clients can receive food up to once per month. Food Pantry Hours are Monday 1:30-3:30; Tuesday 1:30-3:30; Wednesday 4:30-5:45; Thursday 1:30-3:30 and 4:30-5:45. Bring photo ID, proof of address, social security card for each member, proof of Food Stamps, proof of income or proof of no income. Prior to COVID cooking classes were being offered. Please check with website to see if/when classes will resume. 
  • Medical Clinic—treats acute and chronic conditions. Referrals options for some lab testing and specialty care, prescriptions free of charge when samples available, only for those with no health insurance. Operates on a number draw system. Monday evening starting at 5:15; Tuesday morning at 9:30am at the OSU clinic; Wednesday mornings at 9:30. At this time, the only clinic time open is Monday evenings. Call to make an appointment. 
  • Dental Services—suspended at this time due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when clinic will reopen. 
  • Literacy and Development Program—helps you prepare for your GED. You will need internet access and a commitment to studying about 5 hours per week. To prepare for the test it is free of cost. The official test itself is $100. However, there is a scholarship program to help accommodate students who cannot cover the cost themselves. Please call the 918-584-1111 ext. 104 with any questions, comments, or concerns. Other development services include:  
  • Academic tutoring—free, one-on-one tutoring for students of all ages and grades. 
  • Computer lab—free internet access to search for jobs, fill out applications, write resumes, and check email. 
  • Career Services—workshops that can assist with improving job outlook and employability. 
  • Computer basics class—online computer class that teaches about the Windows operating system and how to create an email account for job searches. Currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when class will restart. 
  • Resume writing and interview skills—set an appointment to work on developing these skills. 
  • Community Activities—currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when activities will restart. 
  • Utilities Assistance—able to pay for partial payment of utility bill. Must have a cutoff notice for the current month. Call to set up an appointment. 
  • Life Skills classes— currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when classes will restart. 
  • Legal Aid—provides legal assistance on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month from 1:30-3:30. Call to make an appointment. 
  • Seasonal Assistance—provides those who need assistance with school supplies, Thanksgiving meals, and Christmas gifts. Call for more information and sign-up dates. 

Helping Hand Ministry 
Bernsen Community Life Center 
700 S. Boston 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74119 
918-584-4701 
https://firstchurchtulsa.org/event/helping-hands-grocery-distribution-ministry/2020-04-13 

  • Food Distribution Ministry—operates Monday and Tuesday from 9:00-12:00. 
  • Assistance Ministry—call 918-582-1356 Monday or Tuesday between 12:30-2:30 to make an appointment. You will need a photo ID, social security number, and rent notice/bill. 

Christ for Humanity 
6314 E 13th St. 
Tulsa, OK 74112 
918-836-2424 
http://www.christforhumanity.com/ 
Hours of Operations: Monday through Thursday 9:00-4:00. Please call ahead for an appointment. 

  • Food and Clothing Pantry—provides emergency groceries. In addition to food, they provide clothing, household goods, furniture, and medical supplies/devices (if available) at no cost. 

Iron Gate 
501 W. Archer St 
Tulsa, OK 74103 
918-897-1702 
https://www.irongatetulsa.org/ 
Facebook: /IronGateTulsa

  • Soup Kitchen—due to COVID, they are providing go-to meals daily from 8:30-9:30. Open daily, even holidays. 
  • Grocery Pantry—drive-thru that requires pre-registration. Individuals will need to have space cleared in their vehicle to put groceries in, have their hazard lights on, and cannot block driveways as they are waiting to receive their food. Please call or check on Facebook when the next food drive is. Typically, they are Mondays and Wednesday from 1:00-2:00. You can visit the pantry once a month. To register go to their website or call for more information.  
  • Kid’s Pantry—distributes a quart-sized kid friendly snack to every youth served by Iron Gate either through the grocery pantry or during a meal.  

GUTS Distribution Center 
9120 E Broken Arrow Expressway 
Tulsa, OK 74145 
Fridays 9:30-11:00 

Skiatook 
107 Wc Rogers Blvd. 
Skiatook, OK 74070 
Last Friday of the month 10:00 

Sapulpa 
911 E Dewey Ave 
Sapulpa, OK 74066 
Last Friday of the month 10:00 

https://www.gutschurch.com/friday-groceries/ 

  • Groceries—everyone receives free groceries, frozen meat, dairy, produce, cakes, dry goods, and more. Church service does occur in the morning. 
  • Thrift store—Tulsa campus only. Clothes for those in need. Monday-Thursday 9:00-3:00; Friday 9:00-12:00; and before and after every Sunday service.  

John 3:16 Mission 
575 N 39th W Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-587-1186 
https://www.john316mission.org/ 
Facebook: /John316Mission

  • Daily Meal—any homeless, man, women, or child can be served a meal everyday starting at 5:45pm. Located at 506 N. Cheyenne Ave in downtown Tulsa.  
  • Food pantry—through its Family and Youth Center, supplemental groceries can be provided to under-resourced families that are not homeless. Appointments can be made every 30 days. A photo ID and current proof of address is needed. Please arrive 20 mins before your appointment to have time to fill out paperwork and food menu.  
  • Family and Youth Center—provides families with resources such as food, clothing, furniture, and utilities. Has after school programs for children, monthly outreaches, youth development programs, summer literacy, and tutoring. 
  • Overnight shelter—for homeless men. To stay overnight, a photo ID is required along with a TB card. If you do not have a TB card, they can help you acquire one. Check-in is at 5:45. If you work and cannot make it for evening check-in contact the Mission to reserve a bed at 918-587-1187. 
  • Residential Recovery Program—a yearlong program for men and women who are struggling with addiction, trauma, or other difficult issues. For men, call the main line or go to the 506 N. Cheyenne. For women, call 918-587-8634 or go to the main office address.  

Restore Hope 
Main Location: 
2960 Charles Page Blvd 
Tulsa, OK 

South Location: 
6910 S 101 E Ave (by Asbury UMC) 
Tulsa, OK 

918-582-5766 
https://www.restorehope.org/ 
Facebook: /rhmtulsa

  • Food Program—currently, the main location is closed. The South location hours of operations are Monday through Thursday 12:30-3:30. Please bring a photo ID, social security card of all in the household, and recently (within 60 days) proof of Tulsa County home address.  
  • Rent Program—rent assistance phone line is 918-878-7999. Answered Monday through Wednesday 9:00-12:00. Forms are online to help prevent evictions. 

Harvest House 
1439 E 71st St. 
Tulsa, OK 74136 
918-884-7667 
https://www.tulsaharvesthouse.org/ 
Facebook: /tulsaharvesthouse.org

To receive services, appointments must be made. To make an appointment, call Mondays at 5:00pm and leave a message with your name and phone number and a description of your needs. On Tuesday, a callback will occur. You must talk with the receptionist to obtain an appoint time. A callback is not confirmation of an appointment. It is a first call, first serve program. If you do not receive a call, the schedule is full. Please try the following week to make an appointment. Appointments only occur on Wednesdays.  

  • Food Pantry—provides 7 days’ worth of food for the household. Emergency groceries are available Monday through Thursday from 1:00-4:00. Guest can walk-in without an appointment for emergency groceries.  
  • Clothing and Home Goods—guest can take home 2 outfits of clothing per household and possibly some household goods depending on circumstances.  
  • Utility Assistance—can contribute up to $50.00 in the form of utility bill payments if their utilities are about to be cutoff. The bill must show “Disconnect Notice”. Will help link guest to other services that could help get the balanced paid.  
  • Transportation—when guest who have a confirmed job interview or medical appointment, bus tokens can be handed out. Appointments will be verified before assistance is given. 
  • Infant Services—provides diapers, blankets, clothing, and other necessities for infants up to age three.  
  • Vision Care—guests are offered a voucher for an appointment with a local optometrist when the guest qualifies as having poor vision. Guest can select through available frames through the program and receive a new pair of prescription glasses.  

Neighbor for Neighbor 
505 East 36th St. North 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-425-5578 
https://www.neighborforneighbor.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighbor-for-Neighbor-407543512767289 

Services are available to assist the uninsured, low-income, unemployed, impoverished, handicapped, and seniors. Please call or go to their website for more information about their programs.   

  • Life Skills—provides classes and individual coaching for topics such as nutrition, cooking, budgeting, business etiquette, and anger management. Interview, work clothes, and job listing are also provided and discussed. 
  • Emergency Assistance—provide bus tokens, utility bills assistance, and work boots and uniforms. 
  • Legal Clinic—helps families draft legal documents. 
  • Optical Clinic—provides eye exams, and glasses for adults and children.  
  • Dispensary—provides prescription screening and prescriptions and vouchers for outside purchases. Does not assist with narcotics, psychiatric drugs or select expensive medications. 
  • Dental—provide acute and restorative services such as cleanings for children and adults. Provides emergency extractions, oral surgery, and dentures.  
  • Medical clinic—acute and systemic care. Partners with OU medical Clinic. 
  • Food Pantry—monthly supplemental food supply for low-income families. Clients can pick out what they need for their family.  
  • Community Projects—provides clothing, and household items. 
  • Circle Housing Program—program that supports home ownership for low-income families and home repairs for the eldering or disabled that own their own homes.  

Loaves and Fishes 
11321 E 19th St 
Tulsa, OK 74128 
918-234-8577 
https://loavesandfishes.net/ 
Facebook: /lfministries
Hours of Operation: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday. 

  • Meal—free meal served from 10:00-10:30. 
  • Food Assistance—must be registered by 10:15 as the program begins at 10:30. You will receive dry goods, meat, bread, and produce items. Expect to stay until 11:00. Bring your photo ID, or proof that you live in Oklahoma. At this time please do not bring children under 13 years old.  
  • Turning Point Thrift Store*—located next door at 11403 E 19th Street. You can call 918-234-8574 or go to their website https://turningpointthriftstore.net/home/ and social media pages for more information. Has clothing, household items, and furniture. Opened Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00-3:00.https://www.facebook.com/turningpointstore/  

The Ministry Center 
312 S 33rd West Avenue 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-585-5310 
https://www.ministry-center.com/ 
Hours of Operation: Tuesday through Thursday 10:00-1:00. Must arrive by 12:30 to receive services. A picture ID and proof of dependents (if applicable) is required for each day of service. Clients will receive an intake to assist needs. 

  • Medical Clinic—held the 2nd and 4th Thursday afternoons of each month. By appointment only. Call to schedule your appointment. Clinic can assist with vouchers for prescription medication and annual women’s healthcare needs.  
  • Food—basic, staple food items provided on an emergency basis. 
  • Clothing—quality, new and gently used clothing for any family member. Shower facilities for homeless clients.  

Tulsa County Social Services 
2401 Charles Page Blvd 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-596-5560 
https://www.tulsacounty.org/Tulsacounty/dynamic.aspx?id=716 
Facebook: /TulsaCounty

Hours of Operations: Monday through Friday 8:30-5:00. Pharmacy closes at 4:45. Come no later than 4:15 for Pharmacy Services. Call office for more information about the application process and eligibilityfor services. 

  • Medical—daytime, free health clinic. Hours are Tuesday through Thursday 10:00-12:00. No appointment needed. 
  • Pharmacy—provides a variety of pharmaceutical products free of charge or at a discounted rate.  
  • Burial or Cremation center—assistance program for individuals or families that do not have resources tointer or cremate a loved one. 
  • Food Assistance program—provides small vouchers to low-income families. Amount depends on the size of the family. There is a limited number of times a family can have access to the food vouchers. 
  • Emergency Shelter—temporary emergency housing and basic services to homeless families. Comprehensive case management is provided to each family staying there.  

Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma 
2450 N Harvard Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74115 
918-949-4673 
https://cceok.org/ 
Facebook: /catholiccharitieseasternok

Additional outreach centers can be found throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Please refer to the website to find additional locations. 

  • Emergency Food Assistance—Tuesday through Friday 9:00 to 12:00. Bring an ID for everyone in the household.  
  • Seasonal—offered through the Emergency Assistance program, Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets and Christmas gifts are offered through the discretion of their case workers. Children can receive a coat voucher during the month of November. 
  • Dental—general dental care and restorative services. Services are provided in a multilingual environment. Cost is $10 per visit; $100 per arch per denture; and $50 per arch per flexible partial denture. By appointment only. For people needing immediate pain relief or extractions no appointment is required. Please arrive between 3:30 pm on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Call 918-508-7191 for more information and to make appointments. 
  • Pregnancy Care—on-site prenatal and OB care.  Clinic is open Monday through Thursday 8:30-4:00pm. Services are free to the patients. Call 918-508-7199 to schedule an appointment.  
  • Adult Education—to enroll in a class complete the online application. Childcare is offered at no change while a student is attending class. Arrangements must be discussed prior to class starting. Call 918-508-7102 for more information. 
  • High School Equivalency (English and Spanish). Several locations and times are available on the website. 
  • English as a Second Language—morning and evening classes are available. 
  • Basic Computer skills—includes Microsoft Words, Excel, and Outlook. Class times varies. 
  • Housing—two different residential programs for women. Call 918-508-7140 for more information about the programs. 
  • Madonna House—for women who are pregnant above the age of 18. Residents can find support in a communal setting and learn skills that will help them throughout their pregnancy. They can work on developing career readiness, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more.  
  • St. Elizabeth Lodge—for single moms and their children who are experiencing a time of transition and need a place to find stability. They can work on developing career assessments, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more. You must be employed and working at least 20 hours per week and have custody of your child(ren). 
  • Refugee Resettlement—provides support for refugees who are resettling in the area and providing guidance as needed.  
  • Immigration Legal Services—representing immigrants and serving their client by helping with family petitions, registry, deportation/removal proceedings, citizenship, green card replacement, support for victims of human trafficking, asylum, and many other services. Hour of operations are Tuesday through Friday 9:00-4:30. Initial consolations are held on Thursdays by appointment only. Call 918-508-7180 to set up an appointment. Services are offered at a nominal fee and people will not be turned away due to inability to pay. Other locations can be found on the website. 
  • Counseling—counseling for families and individuals covering a variety of subject such as anxiety, relationship difficulties, post-abortion, and problems with daily living. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30; Tuesday evenings until 7:00. Call 918-508-7136 for an appointment.  

Tulsa First Baptist Church 
Caring Center Downtown 
305 S Detroit Ave, 
Tulsa, OK 
918-587-6000 
https://www.tulsafbc.org/missions/local-missions/ 
Monday through Thursday 

  • Clothing—available every 8 weeks with photo ID. Open from 10:00-11:45. 
  • Food—available every 4 weeks with a photo ID and proof of residence. Open from 10:00-11:00. 
  • Utility Assistance—call 918-587-1571 on Mondays beginning at 8:30 to schedule an appointment. 

South Tulsa Community House 
5780 S Peoria Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74105 
918-742-5597 
https://southtulsacommunityhouse.org/ 
Facebook: /SouthTulsaCommunityHouse

Aids individuals in the Riverwoods community who struggle with making ends meet, senior citizens on fixed incomes, families with children, people with disabilities or illnesses, victims of job loss or spousal abandonment, and other crises. To receive services, neighbors must complete an application, provide ID, and proof that they live in the area served.  

  • Food—Monday-Thursday from 9:00-1:00. 1st and 2nd Wednesday 5:00-8:00. Emergency food by appointment and with a referral from a collaborating partner. Senior citizens are serviced 1st and 3rdFriday of the month; and Veterans the 2nd Friday of the month 9:00-1:00. 
  • Community Needs—hygiene supplies Monday-Thursday 9:00-1:00 (every 30 days); bus tokens to help clients keep appointments or maintain housing. Business equipment to help clients seek employment, complete school assignments, pay bills, and more. Monday through Friday 9:00-1:00. 

Eastland Assembly of God Outreach 
12310 # 21st St. 
Tulsa, OK 74129 
918-437-2590 
https://www.eastlandag.org/outreach 

  • Food pantry and Clothes closet—available the first and third Tuesday of each month from 6:00-7:00.Open to the community in certain zip codes: 74108, 74112, 74128, 74129, 74134, 74145, 74146. 

Manna House 
4921 E Admiral Place 
Tulsa, OK 74115 
918-836-5541 
https://www.abbacenter.org/mana-house 
Pantry hours: Tuesdays 10:00-2:00. Drive up service only. 

  • Provides food and clothing for those who live in the 74110 and 74115 Zip codes.  

People’s Pantry of Tulsa, Inc 
4739 E. 5th St. 
Tulsa, OK 74112 
539-292-8094 
Facebook: /The-Peoples-Pantry-Tulsa-202050550288968
Hours of Operation: Wednesday 5:00-7:00. 

  • Food pantry for those in the neighborhood between Harvard Ave to Sheridan Road and Admiral Blvd to 15th Street. Additionally, one may find clothing, personal hygiene items, and reading glasses. Bring your photo ID and a utility bill that shows your name and address.  

St. Clement Catholic Church 
15501 S Memorial Dr. 
Bixby, OK 74008 
918-366-9721 
http://www.stcbixby.org/ 

  • Outreach Food Pantry—offers food and some hygiene products. Hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00-11:00 and the first Saturday of the month 9:00-10:00. Call for more information. 

Bixby Outreach Center 
77 E Breckenridge Ave 
Bixby, OK 74008 
918-366-9226 
https://bixbyoutreach.org/ 
Facebook: /BixbyOutreachCenter

Hours of Operation: Monday 3:00-6:00; Tuesday through Wednesday 10:00-2:00, and Thursday 10:00-3:00. On the second Tuesday of the month, they are open from 4:00-7:00. They serve residents of Bixby, Jenks, Glenpool, Kiefer, Leonard, Haskell, and Liberty Mounds. Clients will need a proof of address, photo ID, and birth certificate for children. Contact the office to schedule an appointment.  

  • Food Pantry—provides local families with a monthly distribution of perishable and nonperishable foods, toiletries, and baby care items. Provides home delivery services for clients who have medical needs or transportation issues who are unable to come to the clinic. Holiday meals for Thanksgiving and Christmas is also provided for these families. For children, they partner with the local schools for Kids Break Boxes where children can receive a voucher to receive food boxes. In the summer, children can receive a food bag for them when their parents come for services.  
  • Backpack Program—each child who is a client can receive a new backpack with school supplies being delivered to the child’s school.  
  • Financial—they can provide limited financial assistance. Call for more information. 

Sand Springs Community Services Inc 
114 W 4th St. 
Sand Springs, OK 74063 
918-245-5183 
https://sscsok.org/ 
Facebook: /SanditesHere2Help
Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday 10:00-2:30, Friday 9:00-12:00.  

  • Provides residents of Sand Springs with resources that will assist with basic needs. Can help with financial assistance, clothing, or food needs. 
  • Family Forward Program—a 12-month program that assist families become self-sufficient. A family member works with a Long-Term Solution Specialist to develop workforce readiness skills such as resume development, interviewing skills, budgeting, and goal setting. The family member will need to obtain at least a part time entry level positive. Throughout the program financial assistance will be possible. 

Caring Community Friends 
12 W. Burnham Ave 
Sapulpa, OK 74066 
918-224-6464 
https://www.caringcommunityfriends.org/ 
Facebook: /CaringCommunityFriends

Services for those who live in Creek County. 

  • Weekly fresh market—no appointment required to receive “perishable” foods. Set up as a drive through. Need to bring photo ID and proof of residency. Open Thursdays from 2:30-3:30.  
  • Shopper’s Choice Food Pantry—is available by appointment only. Call the “day of” to make an appointment. Need to have proof of residence, photo ID of adults in the household, and either a shot record or birth certificate for children in the house. Open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:00-3:00. Offered every 30 days.  
  • Rent Assistance—when funds are available, applicants can apply for partial payment (up to $250/12 months). Must provide photo ID, proof of residence, lease agreement, late rent invoice, and Property Owner Form W-9. 
  • Utilities Assistance—when funds are available, partial payment (up to $100/12 months) of an electric, gas, propane, or water bill may be made. Must provide photo ID, proof of residence, proof of income, and copy of utility and cut-off notice. 
  • Prescription Medication—subsidies are available for life-threatening illnesses with a written prescription from a doctor. Must have a photo ID, proof of residence, proof of income, and copy of the prescription. Does not assist with painkillers, antidepressants, and/or psychotropic drugs.  
  • Infant Services and Toiletries—assistance with diapers and formula. Other toiletries need based on availability.  
  • Specialty Programs—other programs throughout the year to assist families with school supplies, Christmas gifts, and snacks for children during school and summer breaks. Go online to learn more about their special programs. 

Broken Arrow Neighbors 
315 W College 
Broken Arrow, OK 74012 
918-251-7781 
http://www.baneighbors.org/ 
Facebook: /BANeighbors

Serves families who live in Broken Arrow and Coweta. To receive services, one needs to make an appointment. Required documentation includes proof of residence, photo ID and proof of income/award letter for government assistance. For children in the household, birth certificates or immunization record is needed. 

  • Food Pantry—by appointment only. Call or go online to schedule your appointment. Hours of Operations is Monday through Thursday 10:00-2:00 and 5:00-7:00 (for working clients). Can receive services once every 30 days.  
  • Financial Assistance—is provided in the form of a non-interest loan and is expected to be repaid when possible.  
  • School supplies and Holiday Assistance—children of clients can be eligible for the school distribution. During the holidays, clients are offered a Thanksgiving meal basket and there is a gift gallery to clients who have children under the age of 10.  
  • Medical/Dental/Vision Clinic—at this time, all clinics have been closed due to the virus. Please check back on the website or social media to learn of when clinics will reopen.  

Arms Around BA 
840 S Elm Pl 
Broken Arrow, OK 74012 
918-258-7714 
https://www.armsaroundba.com/ 
Facebook: /Arms%20Around%20Ba/158735794149280

  • For those who live in Broken Arrow, Bixby, and Coweta. 
  • Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Fridays 10:00-3:00; Monday nights 6:00-8:00. 
  • Helps meet the needs of those who are needing food, clothing, infant care, and/or personal care items. 
  • Utility assistance—assist with utility payment with a cut-off notice. Utility assistance is offered once every 12 months. Clients will need to bring a photo ID and proof of address. 
  • Medical—at this time due to COVID the medical clinic is closed. Please check back at a later time to see if/when the clinic will reopen. 

Wagoner Area Neighbors 
100 NE 8th St 
Wagoner, OK 74467 
918-485-2309 
https://wagonerhelps.org/ 
Facebook: /Wagoner-Area-Neighbors-1428852037356985

Hours of operations are Monday, Wednesday, Fridays 8:30-12:00 and Tuesday & Thursday 1:00-3:00. To qualify for services, you must fill out a Client Intake application, provide photo IDs for all adults in the household, and current proof of residence. There are also services available for the homeless. 

  • Food Assistance–every 30 days for food order. Come during normal hours of operation and pick up produce and sometimes deli and bakery items that are donated by Walmart. 
  • Clothing Assistance –can get clothing every 30 days for all members of your household. 10 items of clothing per member of the household. Call ahead to make a clothing appointment due to COVID. 
  • Financial Assistance—provides utility, rent, prescription, propane, and gas voucher assistance. You can call for more information about the qualifications for financial assistance. 
  • Infant needs—offers diapers and other infant needs when available. 
  • Personal care items—personal care items when available. 
  • Special programs including the Back-to-School program and Holiday programs.  

theMission 
11341 N Garnett Rd 
Owasso, OK 74055 
918-516-6638 
https://fbcowasso.org/theMission 
Facebook: /themissionfbco 

  • Serves families in the Owasso and the surrounding rural communities. Provides groceries, personal care products, clothing, home essentials, baby essentials, and some furniture. Open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11:00-3:00 and on the 3rd Tuesday of the month 6:30-8:30. 

Owasso Community Resources 
109 N Birch St 
Owasso, OK 74055 
918-272-4969 
https://www.owassohelps.org/
Facebook: /owassohelps

Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday 11:00-2:00, Friday 10:00-12:00. 

For families in the Owasso, Collinsville, and Sperry school districts. Household incomes need to be at or below 185% of federal poverty level, have a source of income or be a full-time student. New clients will need to fill out an application to receive services. Application can be found online on their website.  

  • Food and Nutrition—pantry available every 60 days.  
  • Fresh Market—by appointment only. Clients can have access to fresh produce, dairy, deli, and bakery items every other day with proof of residence and photo ID. 
  • Utility Assistance—once every 12 months for each utility. Clients must have a cut-off notice or be within 5 days of cut-off of the utility. Payments are made to the utility company. Only a portion of the bills will be paid. 
  • Rent Assistance—once every 12 months. Clients must provide proof of residency, photo ID, and lease. Clients qualify on the 5th day after the due date, according to the leave or with an eviction notice. Payments are sent to the leasing agent or landlord.  
  • Seasonal—provides families with school supplies when school starts; Thanksgiving food baskets; and Christmas giving tree. 

John 3:16 Mission 
575 N 39th W Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-587-1186 
https://www.john316mission.org/ 
Facebook: /John316Mission

  • Daily Meal—any homeless, man, women, or child can be served a meal everyday starting at 5:45pm. Located at 506 N. Cheyenne Ave in downtown Tulsa.  
  • Food pantry—through its Family and Youth Center, supplemental groceries can be provided to under-resourced families that are not homeless. Appointments can be made every 30 days. A photo ID and current proof of address is needed. Please arrive 20 mins before your appointment to have time to fill out paperwork and food menu.  
  • Family and Youth Center—provides families with resources such as food, clothing, furniture, and utilities. Has after school programs for children, monthly outreaches, youth development programs, summer literacy, and tutoring. 
  • Overnight shelter—for homeless men. To stay overnight, a photo ID is required along with a TB card. If you do not have a TB card, they can help you acquire one. Check-in is at 5:45. If you work and cannot make it for evening check-in contact the Mission to reserve a bed at 918-587-1187. 
  • Residential Recovery Program—a yearlong program for men and women who are struggling with addiction, trauma, or other difficult issues. For men, call the main line or go to the 506 N. Cheyenne. For women, call 918-587-8634 or go to the main office address.  

Tulsa County Social Services 
2401 Charles Page Blvd 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-596-5560 
https://www.tulsacounty.org/Tulsacounty/dynamic.aspx?id=716 
Facebook: /TulsaCounty

Hours of Operations: Monday through Friday 8:30-5:00. Pharmacy closes at 4:45. Come no later than 4:15 for Pharmacy Services. Call office for more information about the application process and eligibility for services. 

  • Medical—daytime, free health clinic. Hours are Tuesday through Thursday 10:00-12:00. No appointment needed. 
  • Pharmacy—provides a variety of pharmaceutical products free of charge or at a discounted rate.  
  • Burial or Cremation center—assistance program for individuals or families that do not have resources to inter or cremate a loved one. 
  • Food Assistance program—provides small vouchers to low-income families. Amount depends on the size of the family. There is a limited number of times a family can have access to the food vouchers. 
  • Emergency Shelter—temporary emergency housing and basic services to homeless families. Comprehensive case management is provided to each family staying there.  

Neighbor for Neighbor 
505 East 36th St. North 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-425-5578 
https://www.neighborforneighbor.org/ 

Services are available to assist the uninsured, low-income, unemployed, impoverished, handicapped, and seniors. Please call or go to their website for more information about their programs.   

  • Life Skills—provides classes and individual coaching for topics such as nutrition, cooking, budgeting, business etiquette, and anger management. Interview, work clothes, and job listing are also provided and discussed. 
  • Emergency Assistance—provide bus tokens, utility bills assistance, and work boots and uniforms. 
  • Legal Clinic—helps families draft legal documents. 
  • Optical Clinic—provides eye exams, and glasses for adults and children.  
  • Dispensary—provides prescription screening and prescriptions and vouchers for outside purchases. Does not assist with narcotics, psychiatric drugs or select expensive medications. 
  • Dental—provides acute and restorative services such as cleanings for children and adults. Provides emergency extractions, oral surgery, and dentures.  
  • Medical clinic—acute and systemic care. Partners with OU medical Clinic. 
  • Food Pantry—monthly supplemental food supply for low-income families. Clients can pick out what they need for their family.  
  • Community Projects—provides clothing, and household items. 
  • Circle Housing Program—program that supports home ownership for low-income families and home repairs for the eldering or disabled that own their own homes.  

The Salvation Army Tulsa Area Command 
102 N Denver Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74103 
918-587-7801 
http://www.salarmytulsa.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighbor-for-Neighbor-407543512767289

  • Center of Hope—emergency shelter to provide refuge to individuals and families. Daily meals are prepared in the shelter. Public meal is served daily at 1:00; this is for anyone needing a hot meal. Evening meal for those staying at the shelter is from 4:30-5:30. The shelter is open 24/7 but check in time is 4:30 daily. To be eligible to stay at the shelter, you must be homeless. 
  • Housing program—a two-year program that helps individuals and families work toward become self-sufficient through education and skills training. Call 918-582-7201 for more information. If you are single, ask about the Project Able Program. For families, ask for the Supportive Housing Program.  
  • Emergency Financial Assistance—is by appointment only and people will need to be able to document their financial hardship, bring a copy of their bills and lease, proof of rent and other payments. 

Family Promise of Tulsa County 
3916 E 31st 
Tulsa, OK 74135 
918-392-4959 
https://www.familypromisetulsa.org/ 
Facebook: /FamilyPromiseOfTulsaCounty

Family Promise of Washington County 
822 South Johnstone Ave 
Bartlesville, OK 74003 
918-815-3459 
https://familypromisewc-ok.org/ 
Facebook: /FamilyPromiseofWashingtonCounty

  • Provides shelter to homeless families through the means of a Hosting Congregation. Each Hosting Congregation will provide lodging, 3 meals a day, and caring hospitality up to 4 times a year. While in the program, families can have access to the Family Promise Resource Center and work with the case managers to work on ways to find employment, shower, do laundry, and participate in financial management classes. Families will also be provided with a mailing address. Transportation to and from the resource center is provided. Please call or go online to learn more about the intake process. 

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/or 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. 

Tulsa Day Center 
415 West Archer Street 
Tulsa, OK 74103 
918-583-5588 
Text Alerts: 918-205-4737 
https://tulsadaycenter.org/ 
Facebook: /tulsadaycenter

  • Case Management—provides crisis response, assessments, and referrals. Assist by providing emergency shelter, both day and night (on a limited bases), clothing, and basic needs, help in obtaining Oklahoma IDs and birth certificates. Dinner is served each evening and snacks provided twice a day. Breakfast is provided to those who stay overnight.  
  • Health Clinic—provides clients with general health education, provides over the counter medications, monitors blood sugars, and general consultation with a medical staff member. Monday through Saturday 9:00-1:00 and Tuesday and Thursday from 1:30-3:30. All who sign up will be seen during clinic hours.  
  • Hudson Villas—a 60-unit apartment complex. Other permanent housing may be available. On site there are support services to assist residents with daily living task to help achieve self-sufficiency. Go online to download an application. 
  • Rapid Rehousing—works with Tulsa landlords to place individuals and families experiencing homelessness into permanent, safe, affordable housing.  

Denver House 
252 West 17th Place 
Tulsa, OK 74119 
918-382-2435 
https://mhaok.org/denver-house 
Associated with the Mental Health Association Oklahoma 
Hours of Operation: Tuesday through Saturday 11:00-7:30. 

  • 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. 

Lindsey House 
1607 N Hartford Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-933-5222 
http://www.lindseyhouse.org/ 
Facebook: /LindseyHouseOK

  • A 9-to-12-month housing program that allows families to learn how to manage finances, increase life skills, and become more proficient in the workforce by developing resume building, interview skills, and basic computer skills. To be eligible the family must be headed by a woman facing significant financial difficulties and be ready for a change. The woman must have legal custody of at least one child. The child needs to be enrolled in school or early childhood program. The women need to be employed or actively seeking. To apply or obtain more information, call the main line for a prescreen assessment.  

Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma 
2450 N Harvard Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74115 
918-949-4673 
https://cceok.org/ 
Facebook: /catholiccharitieseasternok 

Additional outreach centers can be found throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Please refer to the website to find additional locations. 

  • Emergency Food Assistance—Tuesday through Friday 9:00 to 12:00. Bring an ID for everyone in the household.  
  • Seasonal—offered through the Emergency Assistance program, Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets and Christmas gifts are offered through the discretion of their case workers. Children can receive a coat voucher during the month of November. 
  • Dental—general dental care and restorative services. Services are provided in a multilingual environment. Cost is $10 per visit; $100 per arch per denture; and $50 per arch per flexible partial denture. By appointment only. For people needing immediate pain relief or extractions no appointment is required. Please arrive between 3:30 pm on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Call 918-508-7191 for more information and to make appointments. 
  • Pregnancy Care—on-site prenatal and OB care.  Clinic is open Monday through Thursday 8:30-4:00pm. Services are free to the patients. Call 918-508-7199 to schedule an appointment.  
  • Adult Education—to enroll in a class complete the online application. Childcare is offered at no change while a student is attending class. Arrangements must be discussed prior to class starting. Call 918-508-7102 for more information. 
  • High School Equivalency (English and Spanish). Several locations and times are available on the website. 
  • English as a Second Language—morning and evening classes are available. 
  • Basic Computer skills—includes Microsoft Words, Excel, and Outlook. Class times varies. 
  • Housing—two different residential programs for women. Call 918-508-7140 for more information about the programs. 
  • Madonna House—for women who are pregnant above the age of 18. Residents can find support in a communal setting and learn skills that will help them throughout their pregnancy. They can work on developing career readiness, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more.  
  • St. Elizabeth Lodge—for single moms and their children who are experiencing a time of transition and need a place to find stability. They can work on developing career assessments, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more. You must be employed and working at least 20 hours per week and have custody of your child(ren). 
  • Refugee Resettlement—provides support for refugees who are resettling in the area and providing guidance as needed.  
  • Immigration Legal Services—representing immigrants and serving their client by helping with family petitions, registry, deportation/removal proceedings, citizenship, green card replacement, support for victims of human trafficking, asylum, and many other services. Hour of operations are Tuesday through Friday 9:00-4:30. Initial consolations are held on Thursdays by appointment only. Call 918-508-7180 to set up an appointment. Services are offered at a nominal fee and people will not be turned away due to inability to pay. Other locations can be found on the website. 
  • Counseling—counseling for families and individuals covering a variety of subject such as anxiety, relationship difficulties, post-abortion, and problems with daily living. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30; Tuesday evenings until 7:00. Call 918-508-7136 for an appointment.  

The Spring 
PO Box 1588 
Sand Springs, OK 74063 
918-245-4075 
https://thespringok.org/ 
Facebook: /thespringok

  • Formally known as DaySpring Villa, this emergency shelter is for families escaping from abuse or human trafficking. Provides families with support in safety planning, housing, food, medical and legal assistance. You do not have to be a resident at the shelter to receive support and assistance in knowing how to escape the abusive relationship. 

DVIS 
3124 E Apache St 
Tulsa, OK 74110 
918-743-5763 
https://dvis.org/ 
Facebook: /dvistulsa

  • Shelter—provide safe and supportive environment to women, men, and their children escaping domestic violence and/or sexual assault. At the shelter, residents are offered safe shelter, meals, hygiene needs, case management support, assistance with transportation needs, and counseling for adults and children.  
  • Transitional Living—for families who are no longer in crisis but still needing stability and support. Families may live up to 2 years in the apartments. For more information call 918-585-3163. 
  • Counseling—individual and group counseling for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking, dating violence, and stalking. Sessions can be in either Spanish or English. Children counseling is available for ages birth to 18.  Offenders Counseling program offers a complete domestic violence assessment, group counseling, and referrals or recommendations for self-referred offenders, court-referred, or DHS referred individuals.  
  • Legal—attorneys are available to assist survivors with civil legal concerns. If accepted into the program, an attorney will be assigned to represent you in your protective order and/or family law case. They canoffer advice and guidance and help with paperwork even if they are not able to represent you. Court advocates can assist with filling out the paperwork needed to file a protective order. They can also offer support during the protective order hearing and extensive safety planning. Call 918-742-7480 for more information. Located at 600 Civic Center, Main Level in Tulsa.  

Youth Services of Tulsa 
311 S Madison Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74112 
918-582-0061 
https://www.yst.org/ 
Facebook: /youthservicesoftulsa 

  • Adolescent Emergency Shelter—open to youth ages 12 to 18 who do not have a safe place to go. Provides the residents hot meals, shower, clean clothes, and other resources. Open 24 hours daily 7 days a week. 
  • Street Outreach—youth ages 16 to 24 can drop by “The Station” Monday through Friday 11:00-4:00 for a hot meal, shower, laundry, hygiene, and WIFI. If desired, the youth can talk to staff about additional programming.  
  • Transition Program—youth ages 17 to 24 who are homeless can receive housing assistance and support through intensive case management and learn life skills, employment, and education. Complete application online. 
  • Coffee House—youth ages 12 to 18 can come hang out and listen to live music, Wi-Fi and hot beverages. Open every Saturday night from 7:00-11:00. Admission is free. 
  • Sexual Health Awareness—evidence-based curricula that empowers youth to avoid high-risk behaviors, prevent pregnancy and STDs. Abstinence based curriculum is used for younger adolescents with a more comprehensive training for older youth. 
  • Health Services—assisting at risk youth access to medical care through an on-site clinic operated by the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine. 
  • Individual and Family Counseling/Substance Abuse counseling—available for youth ages 12-18. Services can be in either Spanish or English. Fees are income-based sliding scale, and no one is every turned away due to inability to pay. Services are in Tulsa, Owasso, Broken Arrow, and Glenpool. 
  • Health Education and Prevention—provides health education and connects youth to preventative care. 
  • LGBTQ+ Services—support for youth looking to better understand their sexual identity, gender identity, and/or self-expression. Students partner with peers, schools, teachers, and parents to build Gay/Straight Alliances.  
  • Juvenile Justice—offers programs that can assist with re-entry into the community, school, and home. MAP is a program to help improve communication, deal with emotions, and recognize the consequences of their actions.  Youth Court allows first time offenders to be tried in a court by their peers. Sentencing often includes restitution and community services. 

Tulsa Housing Authority 
415 E Independence Street 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-582-0021 
https://www.tulsahousing.org/ 
Facebook: /tulsahousing.org

  • Housing—provides publicly assisted housing compromised of traditional public housing, mixed finance sites and housing vouchers. Owns and manages a total of 17 communities: 9 family sites, 3 high rise apartments, and 4 project-based sites, and other scattered sites housing. Applications for the different housing options and qualifications are found on the website.  
  • Service Coordination—each family community site has coordinators who provide a variety of services to assist residents to help them become self-sufficient. Help in job readiness, job search and referrals. Support in linking residents to continuing education, basic needs, and referrals for financial assistance, food, transportation, and other social services. 
  • To find your local Public Housing Agency go to the following website:https://www.hud.gov/program_offices/public_indian_housing/pha/contacts 

Green Country Habitat for Humanity 
6235 E 13th St. 
Tulsa, OK 74112 
918-592-4224 
https://greencountryhabitat.org/ 
Facebook: /GreenCountryHabitat

  • 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/. 

LandLord Tenant Resource Center 
918-218-4138 
https://www.tulsaltrc.org/ 
Facebook: /tulsaltrc

  • Provides you with information about housing rights if you have been served with an eviction. Can call the center’s phone number to get brief legal advice or to learn more about what to expect in Tulsa County courts. Can provide referral to if you need a lawyer to assist you in court.  

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. Serves all of Oklahoma.  

Neighbor for Neighbor 
505 East 36th St. North 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-425-5578 
https://www.neighborforneighbor.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighbor-for-Neighbor-407543512767289 

Services are available to assist the uninsured, low-income, unemployed, impoverished, handicapped, and seniors. Please call or go to their website for more information about their programs.   

  • Life Skills—provides classes and individual coaching for topics such as nutrition, cooking, budgeting, business etiquette, and anger management. Interview, work clothes, and job listing are also provided and discussed. 
  • Emergency Assistance—provide bus tokens, utility bills assistance, and work boots and uniforms. 
  • Legal Clinic—helps families draft legal documents. 
  • Optical Clinic—provides eye exams, and glasses for adults and children.  
  • Dispensary—provides prescription screening and prescriptions and vouchers for outside purchases. Does not assist with narcotics, psychiatric drugs or select expensive medications. 
  • Dental—provides acute and restorative services such as cleanings for children and adults. Provides emergency extractions, oral surgery, and dentures.  
  • Medical clinic—acute and systemic care. Partners with OU medical Clinic. 
  • Food Pantry—monthly supplemental food supply for low-income families. Clients can pick out what they need for their family.  
  • Community Projects—provides clothing, and household items. 
  • Circle Housing Program—program that supports home ownership for low-income families and home repairs for the eldering or disabled that own their own homes.  

Still She Rises Tulsa 
567 E 36th Street North 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-392-0867 
https://www.stillsherises.org/ 
Facebook: /stillsherises

Conducts community intakes via telephone Monday through Friday 8:30-5:00. Lobby is open from 8:30-2:30. 

  • A holistic defense office dedicated exclusively to the representation of mothers in both criminal and civil legal systems. An interdisciplinary team of attorneys, legal advocates, resource specialist, and investigators work together to support and advocate their clients. Connects clients with resources to help them overcome the barriers that lead them into the criminal legal system.  

Neighbors Along the Line 
5000 Charles Page Blvd 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-584-1111 
https://www.neighborsalongtheline.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighborsalongtheline

Those eligible for services must meet income and residency guidelines. The service area boundaries are: 

North: Osage County Line (Edison Street); South: Arkansas River; East: I-244; West: Includes Sand Springs. 

  • Food—eligible clients can receive food up to once per month. Food Pantry Hours are Monday 1:30-3:30; Tuesday 1:30-3:30; Wednesday 4:30-5:45; Thursday 1:30-3:30 and 4:30-5:45. Bring photo ID, proof of address, social security card for each member, proof of Food Stamps, proof of income or proof of no income. Prior to COVID cooking classes were being offered. Please check with website to see if/when classes will resume. 
  • Medical Clinic—treats acute and chronic conditions. Referrals options for some lab testing and specialty care, prescriptions free of charge when samples available, only for those with no health insurance. Operates on a number draw system. Monday evening starting at 5:15; Tuesday morning at 9:30am at the OSU clinic; Wednesday mornings at 9:30. At this time, the only clinic time open is Monday evenings. Call to make an appointment. 
  • Dental Services—suspended at this time due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when clinic will reopen. 
  • Literacy and Development Program—helps you prepare for your GED. You will need internet access and a commitment to studying about 5 hours per week. To prepare for the test it is free of cost. The official test itself is $100. However, there is a scholarship program to help accommodate students who cannot cover the cost themselves. Please call the 918-584-1111 ext. 104 with any questions, comments, or concerns. Other development services include:  
  • Academic tutoring—free, one-on-one tutoring for students of all ages and grades. 
  • Computer lab—free internet access to search for jobs, fill out applications, write resumes, and check email. 
  • Career Services—workshops that can assist with improving job outlook and employability. 
  • Computer basics class—online computer class that teaches about the Windows operating system and how to create an email account for job searches. Currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when class will restart. 
  • Resume writing and interview skills—set an appointment to work on developing these skills. 
  • Community Activities—currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when activities will restart. 
  • Utilities Assistance—able to pay for partial payment of utility bill. Must have a cutoff notice for the current month. Call to set up an appointment. 
  • Life Skills classes— currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when classes will restart. 
  • Legal Aid—provides legal assistance on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month from 1:30-3:30. Call to make an appointment. 
  • Seasonal Assistance—provides those who are in need of assistance with school supplies, Thanksgiving meals, and Christmas gifts. Call for more information and sign-up dates. 

DVIS 
3124 E Apache St 
Tulsa, OK 74110 
918-743-5763 
https://dvis.org/ 
Facebook: /dvistulsa

  • Shelter—provide safe and supportive environment to women, men, and their children escaping domestic violence and/or sexual assault. At the shelter, residents are offered safe shelter, meals, hygiene needs, case management support, assistance with transportation needs, and counseling for adults and children.  
  • Transitional Living—for families who are no longer in crisis but still needing stability and support. Families may live up to 2 years in the apartments. For more information call 918-585-3163. 
  • Counseling—individual and group counseling for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking, dating violence, and stalking. Sessions can be in either Spanish or English. Children counseling is available for ages birth to 18.  Offenders Counseling program offers a complete domestic violence assessment, group counseling, and referrals or recommendations for self-referred offenders, court-referred, or DHS referred individuals.  
  • Legal—attorneys are available to assist survivors with civil legal concerns. If accepted into the program, an attorney will be assigned to represent you in your protective order and/or family law case. They can offer advice and guidance and help with paperwork even if they are not able to represent you. Court advocates can assist with filling out the paperwork needed to file a protective order. They can also offer support during the protective order hearing and extensive safety planning. Call 918-742-7480 for more information. Located at 600 Civic Center, Main Level in Tulsa.  

Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma 
907 S Detroit Avenue, Suite 725 
Tulsa, OK 74120 
1-888-534-5243 
918-428-4357 
918-295-9420 or 800-299-3338 (Spanish) 
https://www.legalaidok.org/ 
Facebook: /legalaidok

  • Provide 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.  

Oklahoma Alternative Resources 
The 3000 Center 
3015 E Skelly Dr., Ste 385 
Tulsa, OK 74105 
918-742-8882 
http://www.oklahomaalternativeresources.org/ 

  • The office primarily services those in Tulsa and surrounding counties, however, they can service multiple Oklahoma counties regarding Bankruptcy. This organization’s goal is to provide affordable legal services for those who are low income and middle-income public who do not qualify for Legal Aid but cannot afford a private attorney. The attorney’s rates are based on income level and number of people in the household. Mainly dealing with family law and ensuring that children are safe and in a stable environment, they are also able to review a limited number of criminal and bankruptcy cases. Please go to their website or contact them for more information.  

YWCA 
(Main Location) 
1910 S Lewis Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74104 
918-587-2100 
https://www.ywcatulsa.org/immigrant-and-refugee-services/ 
Facebook: /ywcatulsa

Classes are taught at the East Community Center at 17th and Memorial and several other locations. Call 918-663-0377 for more information about the classes, cost, times, and location for the Immigrant and Refugee services.  

  • Citizenship classes—11-week Citizenship class that focuses on US civics vocabulary and history needed to pass the US naturalization exam.  
  • Legal Services—specializes in naturalization and family-based cases assisting US Citizen or Permanent Resident to petition for family members to come to the US. 
  • Refugee and Asylee services—connects refugees who come to the US with services needed to flourish in Tulsa. 
  • High School Equivalency classes—for English Language Learners to prepare for a high school equivalency exam. 
  • English Language Classes—11-week class that help those learning English at either a beginner, intermediate, or advanced level. Classes are $50 per quarter.  
  • Classes for Young Children—for children 0-5 can attend a class while their parent is attending a class. The classes are available during the morning and afternoon adult classes. Children participate in learning activities and are exposed to the English language. Cost is $30 for each 11-week class. 
  • Family Literacy—interactive literacy events for families with their children. Helps caregivers be their child’s primary teacher and gives parents resources to support their child’s education.  
  • Translation and Interpretation Services—provides professional interpretation and translation services in the following languages: Arabic, Burmese, French, Hmong, Russian, Spanish, and Zomi. Places for interpretations service can be medical appointments, school, legal, and translation services for community events.  

Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma 
2450 N Harvard Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74115 
918-949-4673 
https://cceok.org/ 
Facebook: /catholiccharitieseasternok

Additional outreach centers can be found throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Please refer to the website to find additional locations. 

  • Emergency Food Assistance—Tuesday through Friday 9:00 to 12:00. Bring an ID for everyone in the household.  
  • Seasonal—offered through the Emergency Assistance program, Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets and Christmas gifts are offered through the discretion of their case workers. Children can receive a coat voucher during the month of November. 
  • Dental—general dental care and restorative services. Services are provided in a multilingual environment. Cost is $10 per visit; $100 per arch per denture; and $50 per arch per flexible partial denture. By appointment only. For people needing immediate pain relief or extractions no appointment is required. Please arrive between 3:30 pm on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Call 918-508-7191 for more information and to make appointments. 
  • Pregnancy Care—on-site prenatal and OB care.  Clinic is open Monday through Thursday 8:30-4:00pm. Services are free to the patients. Call 918-508-7199 to schedule an appointment.  
  • Adult Education—to enroll in a class complete the online application. Childcare is offered at no change while a student is attending class. Arrangements must be discussed prior to class starting. Call 918-508-7102 for more information. 
  • High School Equivalency (English and Spanish). Several locations and times are available on the website. 
  • English as a Second Language—morning and evening classes are available. 
  • Basic Computer skills—includes Microsoft Words, Excel, and Outlook. Class times varies. 
  • Housing—two different residential programs for women. Call 918-508-7140 for more information about the programs. 
  • Madonna House—for women who are pregnant above the age of 18. Residents can find support in a communal setting and learn skills that will help them throughout their pregnancy. They can work on developing career readiness, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more.  
  • St. Elizabeth Lodge—for single moms and their children who are experiencing a time of transition and need a place to find stability. They can work on developing career assessments, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more. You must be employed and working at least 20 hours per week and have custody of your child(ren) 
  • Refugee Resettlement—provides support for refugees who are resettling in the area and providing guidance as needed.  
  • Immigration Legal Services—representing immigrants and serving their client by helping with family petitions, registry, deportation/removal proceedings, citizenship, green card replacement, support for victims of human trafficking, asylum, and many other services. Hour of operations are Tuesday through Friday 9:00-4:30. Initial consolations are held on Thursdays by appointment only. Call 918-508-7180 to set up an appointment. Services are offered at a nominal fee and people will not be turned away due to inability to pay. Other locations can be found on the website. 
  • Counseling—counseling for families and individuals covering a variety of subject such as anxiety, relationship difficulties, post-abortion, and problems with daily living. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30; Tuesday evenings until 7:00. Call 918-508-7136 for an appointment.  

Tulsa Dream Center 
200 West 46th Street North 
Tulsa, OK 74126 
918-430-9984 
https://www.tulsadreamcenter.org/ 
Facebook: /thetulsadreamcenter

  • Food—grocery giveaways are from 9:00-11:00 on Saturdays and Tuesday from 10:00-1:00. This is a drive-thru program due to COVID. On-site hot meals have been provided but due to COVID the process may have changed. Offered two times a week for lunch. Please call to learn more. 
  • Clothing—clothing room where people can receive clothing items from infant to adult. Lightly used household items and furniture is also provided. 
  • Literacy Is for Everyone Program (LIFE)—for grades 1-5 where a student receives one-on-one tutoring. Focuses on elevating the reading and learning levels of the children. Every child will be given a hot meal. There is also a GED program facilitated by certified teachers.  
  • Recreation—children can play sports and are mentored and trained in leadership skills, team building, and character development. Currently has a soccer program. 
  • Super Saturday—occurs twice a month where children can have fun, play games, be creative, and interact with other children. Every child gets fed breakfast and lunch.  
  • Medical—provided for those who are uninsured. Call for more information.  

Tulsa First Baptist Church 
Caring Center South 
6110 South 99th East Ave  
Tulsa, OK 
918-594-5012 
https://www.tulsafbc.org/missions/local-missions/ 
Facebook: /CaringCenterSouth
Monday through Friday (when school is in session). 

  • Clothing—available every 4 weeks with photo ID of each person receiving clothing. 
  • English as a Second Language—classes are free and open to the public. Offered one night a week. Teachers can teach Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced level classes. Call 918-594-5073 for more information.  

YWCA 
(Main Location) 
1910 S Lewis Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74104 
918-587-2100 
https://www.ywcatulsa.org/immigrant-and-refugee-services/ 
Facebook: /ywcatulsa

Classes are taught at the East Community Center at 17th and Memorial and several other locations. Call 918-663-0377 for more information about the classes, cost, times, and location for the Immigrant and Refugee services.  

  • Citizenship classes—11-week Citizenship class that focuses on US civics vocabulary and history needed to pass the US naturalization exam.  
  • Legal Services—specializes in naturalization and family-based cases assisting US Citizen or Permanent Resident to petition for family members to come to the US. 
  • Refugee and Asylee services—connects refugees who come to the US with services needed to flourish in Tulsa. 
  • High School Equivalency classes—for English Language Learners to prepare for a high school equivalency exam. 
  • English Language Classes—11-week class that help those learning English at either a beginner, intermediate, or advanced level. Classes are $50 per quarter.  
  • Classes for Young Children—for children 0-5 can attend a class while their parent is attending a class. The classes are available during the morning and afternoon adult classes. Children participate in learning activities and are exposed to the English language. Cost is $30 for each 11-week class. 
  • Family Literacy—interactive literacy events for families with their children. Helps caregivers be their child’s primary teacher and gives parents resources to support their child’s education.  
  • Translation and Interpretation Services—provides professional interpretation and translation services in the following languages: Arabic, Burmese, French, Hmong, Russian, Spanish, and Zomi. Places forinterpretations service can be medical appointments, school, legal, and translation services for community events.  

Neighbors Along the Line 
5000 Charles Page Blvd 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-584-1111 
https://www.neighborsalongtheline.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighborsalongtheline 

Those eligible for services must meet income and residency guidelines. The service area boundaries are: 

North: Osage County Line (Edison Street); South: Arkansas River; East: I-244; West: Includes Sand Springs. 

  • Food—eligible clients can receive food up to once per month. Food Pantry Hours are Monday 1:30-3:30; Tuesday 1:30-3:30; Wednesday 4:30-5:45; Thursday 1:30-3:30 and 4:30-5:45. Bring photo ID, proof of address, social security card for each member, proof of Food Stamps, proof of income or proof of no income. Prior to COVID cooking classes were being offered. Please check with website to see if/when classes will resume. 
  • Medical Clinic—treats acute and chronic conditions. Referrals options for some lab testing and specialty care, prescriptions free of charge when samples available, only for those with no health insurance. Operates on a number draw system. Monday evening starting at 5:15; Tuesday morning at 9:30am at the OSU clinic; Wednesday mornings at 9:30. At this time, the only clinic time open is Monday evenings. Call to make an appointment. 
  • Dental Services—suspended at this time due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when clinic will reopen. 
  • Literacy and Development Program—helps you prepare for your GED. You will need internet access and a commitment to studying about 5 hours per week. To prepare for the test it is free of cost. The official test itself is $100. However, there is a scholarship program to help accommodate students who cannot cover the cost themselves. Please call the 918-584-1111 ext. 104 with any questions, comments, or concerns. Other development services include:  
  • Academic tutoring—free, one-on-one tutoring for students of all ages and grades. 
  • Computer lab—free internet access to search for jobs, fill out applications, write resumes, and check email. 
  • Career Services—workshops that can assist with improving job outlook and employability. 
  • Computer basics class—online computer class that teaches about the Windows operating system and how to create an email account for job searches. Currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when class will restart. 
  • Resume writing and interview skills—set an appointment to work on developing these skills. 
  • Community Activities—currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when activities will restart. 
  • Utilities Assistance—able to pay for partial payment of utility bill. Must have a cutoff notice for the current month. Call to set up an appointment. 
  • Life Skills classes— currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when classes will restart. 
  • Legal Aid—provides legal assistance on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month from 1:30-3:30. Call to make an appointment. 
  • Seasonal Assistance—provides those who are in need of assistance with school supplies, Thanksgiving meals, and Christmas gifts. Call for more information and sign-up dates.  

Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma 
2450 N Harvard Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74115 
918-949-4673 
https://cceok.org/ 
Facebook: /catholiccharitieseasternok

Additional outreach centers can be found throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Please refer to the website to find additional locations. 

  • Emergency Food Assistance—Tuesday through Friday 9:00 to 12:00. Bring an ID for everyone in the household.  
  • Seasonal—offered through the Emergency Assistance program, Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets and Christmas gifts are offered through the discretion of their case workers. Children can receive a coat voucher during the month of November. 
  • Dental—general dental care and restorative services. Services are provided in a multilingual environment. Cost is $10 per visit; $100 per arch per denture; and $50 per arch per flexible partial denture. By appointment only. For people needing immediate pain relief or extractions no appointment is required. Please arrive between 3:30 pm on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Call 918-508-7191 for more information and to make appointments. 
  • Pregnancy Care—on-site prenatal and OB care.  Clinic is open Monday through Thursday 8:30-4:00pm. Services are free to the patients. Call 918-508-7199 to schedule an appointment.  
  • Adult Education—to enroll in a class complete the online application. Childcare is offered at no change while a student is attending class. Arrangements must be discussed prior to class starting. Call 918-508-7102 for more information. 
  • High School Equivalency (English and Spanish). Several locations and times are available on the website. 
  • English as a Second Language—morning and evening classes are available. 
  • Basic Computer skills—includes Microsoft Words, Excel, and Outlook. Class times varies. 
  • Housing—two different residential programs for women. Call 918-508-7140 for more information about the programs. 
  • Madonna House—for women who are pregnant above the age of 18. Residents can find support in a communal setting and learn skills that will help them throughout their pregnancy. They can work on developing career readiness, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more.  
  • St. Elizabeth Lodge—for single moms and their children who are experiencing a time of transition and need a place to find stability. They can work on developing career assessments, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more. You must be employed and working at least 20 hours per week and have custody of your child(ren). 
  • Refugee Resettlement—provides support for refugees who are resettling in the area and providing guidance as needed.  
  • Immigration Legal Services—representing immigrants and serving their client by helping with family petitions, registry, deportation/removal proceedings, citizenship, green card replacement, support for victims of human trafficking, asylum, and many other services. Hour of operations are Tuesday throughFriday 9:00-4:30. Initial consolations are held on Thursdays by appointment only. Call 918-508-7180 to set up an appointment. Services are offered at a nominal fee and people will not be turned away due to inability to pay. Other locations can be found on the website. 
  • Counseling—counseling for families and individuals covering a variety of subject such as anxiety, relationship difficulties, post-abortion, and problems with daily living. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30; Tuesday evenings until 7:00. Call 918-508-7136 for an appointment.  

Good Samaritan Health Services 
PO Box 1191 
Tulsa, OK 74101 
918-710-4222 
https://www.goodsamaritanhealth.org/ 
Facebook: /GoodSamTulsa

There are 12 locations for medical care. Please go to the website to determine which clinic is best for you. On the website, each clinics hours of operation are available. Bilingual interpreters may be available for Spanish, Burmese, and Zomi patients. Call to make an appointment.  

Provides comprehensive medical care to their patients. Patients receive a doctor’s consultation, lab test, medication, health education, chronic disease management, specialty care referrals and follow-up care. There is no cost to the uninsured patients. 

  • Women’s Health Clinic—monthly clinics that provides breast exams, mammograms coupons, pap smears, ect.  
  • Diabetic Retinopathy Program—provides annual retinal scans for diabetic patients to screen for diabetic retinopathy.  

Xavier Medical Clinic 
10711 East 11th Street, Suite 1 
Tulsa, OK 74128 
918-583-7233 
https://www.saintfrancis.com/location/xavier-medical-clinic 
Facebook: /XavierMedicalClinic
Hours of Operations Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30-3:30 and Wednesday 7:30-4:00. 

  • Medical services for men, women, and children at no charge who are uninsured or underserved in the community. Services include health education, outpatient primary care services, pregnancy clinic, medication assistance, referrals to specialists, and interpretation services are available for Spanish-speaking families.  

Tulsa Dream Center 
200 West 46th Street North 
Tulsa, OK 74126 
918-430-9984 
https://www.tulsadreamcenter.org/ 
Facebook: /thetulsadreamcenter

  • Food—grocery giveaways are from 9:00-11:00 on Saturdays and Tuesday from 10:00-1:00. This is a drive-thru program due to COVID. On-site hot meals have been provided but due to COVID the process may have changed. Offered two times a week for lunch. Please call to learn more. 
  • Clothing—clothing room where people can receive clothing items from infant to adult. Lightly used household items and furniture is also provided. 
  • Literacy Is for Everyone Program (LIFE)—for grades 1-5 where a student receives one-on-one tutoring. Focuses on elevating the reading and learning levels of the children. Every child will be given a hot meal. There is also a GED program facilitated by certified teachers.  
  • Recreation—children can play sports and are mentored and trained in leadership skills, team building, and character development. Currently has a soccer program. 
  • Super Saturday—occurs twice a month where children can have fun, play games, be creative, and interact with other children. Every child gets fed breakfast and lunch.  
  • Medical—provided for those who are uninsured. Call for more information.  

The Ministry Center 
312 S 33rd West Avenue 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-585-5310 
https://www.ministry-center.com/ 

Hours of Operation: Tuesday through Thursday 10:00-1:00. Must arrive by 12:30 to receive services. A picture ID and proof of dependents (if applicable) is required for each day of service. Clients will receive an intake to assist needs. 

  • Medical Clinic—held the 2nd and 4th Thursday afternoons of each month. By appointment only. Call to schedule your appointment. Clinic can assist with vouchers for prescription medication and annual women’s healthcare needs.  
  • Food—basic, staple food items provided on an emergency basis. 
  • Clothing—quality, new and gently used clothing for any family member. Shower facilities for homeless clients.  

Neighbors Along the Line 
5000 Charles Page Blvd 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-584-1111 
https://www.neighborsalongtheline.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighborsalongtheline

Those eligible for services must meet income and residency guidelines. The service area boundaries are: 

North: Osage County Line (Edison Street); South: Arkansas River; East: I-244; West: Includes Sand Springs. 

  • Food—eligible clients can receive food up to once per month. Food Pantry Hours are Monday 1:30-3:30; Tuesday 1:30-3:30; Wednesday 4:30-5:45; Thursday 1:30-3:30 and 4:30-5:45. Bring photo ID, proof of address, social security card for each member, proof of Food Stamps, proof of income or proof of no income. Prior to COVID cooking classes were being offered. Please check with website to see if/when classes will resume. 
  • Medical Clinic—treats acute and chronic conditions. Referrals options for some lab testing and specialty care, prescriptions free of charge when samples available, only for those with no health insurance. Operates on a number draw system. Monday evening starting at 5:15; Tuesday morning at 9:30am at the OSU clinic; Wednesday mornings at 9:30. At this time, the only clinic time open is Monday evenings. Call to make an appointment. 
  • Dental Services—suspended at this time due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when clinic will reopen. 
  • Literacy and Development Program—helps you prepare for your GED. You will need internet access and a commitment to studying about 5 hours per week. To prepare for the test it is free of cost. The official test itself is $100. However, there is a scholarship program to help accommodate students who cannot cover the cost themselves. Please call the 918-584-1111 ext. 104 with any questions, comments, or concerns. Other development services include:  
  • Academic tutoring—free, one-on-one tutoring for students of all ages and grades. 
  • Computer lab—free internet access to search for jobs, fill out applications, write resumes, and check email. 
  • Career Services—workshops that can assist with improving job outlook and employability. 
  • Computer basics class—online computer class that teaches about the Windows operating system and how to create an email account for job searches. Currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when class will restart. 
  • Resume writing and interview skills—set an appointment to work on developing these skills. 
  • Community Activities—currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when activities will restart. 
  • Utilities Assistance—able to pay for partial payment of utility bill. Must have a cutoff notice for the current month. Call to set up an appointment. 
  • Life Skills classes— currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when classes will restart. 
  • Legal Aid—provides legal assistance on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month from 1:30-3:30. Call to make an appointment. 
  • Seasonal Assistance—provides those who are in need of assistance with school supplies, Thanksgiving meals, and Christmas gifts. Call for more information and sign-up dates. 

Tulsa County Social Services 
2401 Charles Page Blvd 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-596-5560 
https://www.tulsacounty.org/Tulsacounty/dynamic.aspx?id=716 
Facebook: /TulsaCounty

Hours of Operations: Monday through Friday 8:30-5:00. Pharmacy closes at 4:45. Come no later than 4:15 for Pharmacy Services. Call office for more information about the application process and eligibility for services. 

  • Medical—daytime, free health clinic. Hours are Tuesday through Thursday 10:00-12:00. No appointment needed. 
  • Pharmacy—provides a variety of pharmaceutical products free of charge or at a discounted rate.  
  • Burial or Cremation center—assistance program for individuals or families that do not have resources to inter or cremate a loved one. 
  • Food Assistance program—provides small vouchers to low-income families. Amount depends on the size of the family. There is a limited number of times a family can have access to the food vouchers. 
  • Emergency Shelter—temporary emergency housing and basic services to homeless families. Comprehensive case management is provided to each family staying there.  

Neighbor for Neighbor 
505 East 36th St. North 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-425-5578 
https://www.neighborforneighbor.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighbor-for-Neighbor-407543512767289

Services are available to assist the uninsured, low-income, unemployed, impoverished, handicapped, and seniors. Please call or go to their website for more information about their programs.   

  • Life Skills—provides classes and individual coaching for topics such as nutrition, cooking, budgeting, business etiquette, and anger management. Interview, work clothes, and job listing are also provided and discussed. 
  • Emergency Assistance—provide bus tokens, utility bills assistance, and work boots and uniforms. 
  • Legal Clinic—helps families draft legal documents. 
  • Optical Clinic—provides eye exams, and glasses for adults and children.  
  • Dispensary—provides prescription screening and prescriptions and vouchers for outside purchases. Does not assist with narcotics, psychiatric drugs or select expensive medications. 
  • Dental—provides acute and restorative services such as cleanings for children and adults. Provides emergency extractions, oral surgery, and dentures.  
  • Medical clinic—acute and systemic care. Partners with OU medical Clinic. 
  • Food Pantry—monthly supplemental food supply for low-income families. Clients can pick out what they need for their family.  
  • Community Projects—provides clothing, and household items. 
  • Circle Housing Program—program that supports home ownership for low-income families and home repairs for the eldering or disabled that own their own homes.  

Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa 
550 South Peoria 
Tulsa, OK 74120 
918-588-1900 
https://www.ihcrc.org/ 
Facebook: /IHCRC

  • Medical—non-emergency outpatient clinic. Services include primary care, internal medicine, pediatrics and well-baby care, public health, women’s health, geriatric medicine, x-ray, ultra-sound, and lab diagnostics. Other services include pharmacy, healthy start, WIC, medication education and health and wellness programs. 
  • Behavioral health—individual and family counseling services for children, adolescents, and adults. Substance abuse assessments and treatment. System of Care wraparound services which helps families support their children who are at risk of being removed from either the school or home. Domestic Violence intervention program helps prevent violence and advocate for survivors of abuse.  
  • Additional Social program—there are other programs that have been suspended at this time due to COVID. However, these programs can increase socialization, wellness, and cultural learning.  

Tulsa Day Center 
415 West Archer Street 
Tulsa, OK 74103 
918-583-5588 
Text Alerts: 918-205-4737 
https://tulsadaycenter.org/ 
Facebook: /tulsadaycenter

  • Case Management—provides crisis response, assessments, and referrals. Assist by providing emergency shelter, both day and night (on a limited bases), clothing, and basic needs, help in obtaining Oklahoma IDs and birth certificates. Dinner is served each evening and snacks provided twice a day. Breakfast is provided to those who stay overnight.  
  • Health Clinic—provides clients with general health education, provides over the counter medications, monitors blood sugars, and general consultation with a medical staff member. Monday through Saturday 9:00-1:00 and Tuesday and Thursday from 1:30-3:30. All who sign up will be seen during clinic hours.  
  • Hudson Villas—a 60-unit apartment complex. Other permanent housing may be available. On site there are support services to assist residents with daily living task to help achieve self-sufficiency. Go online to download an application. 
  • Rapid Rehousing—works with Tulsa landlords to place individuals and families experiencing homelessness into permanent, safe, affordable housing.  

Youth Services of Tulsa 
311 S Madison Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74112 
918-582-0061 
https://www.yst.org/ 
Facebook: /youthservicesoftulsa

  • Adolescent Emergency Shelter—open to youth ages 12 to 18 who do not have a safe place to go. Provides the residents hot meals, shower, clean clothes, and other resources. Open 24 hours daily 7 days a week 
  • Street Outreach—youth ages 16 to 24 can drop by “The Station” Monday through Friday 11:00-4:00 for a hot meal, shower, laundry, hygiene, and WIFI. If desired, the youth can talk to staff about additional programming.  
  • Transition Program—youth ages 17 to 24 who are homeless can receive housing assistance and support through intensive case management and learn life skills, employment, and education. Complete application online. 
  • Coffee House—youth ages 12 to 18 can come hang out and listen to live music, Wi-Fi and hot beverages. Open every Saturday night from 7:00-11:00. Admission is free. 
  • Sexual Health Awareness—evidence-based curricula that empowers youth to avoid high-risk behaviors, prevent pregnancy and STDs. Abstinence based curriculum is used for younger adolescents with a more comprehensive training for older youth. 
  • Health Services—assisting at risk youth access to medical care through an on-site clinic operated by the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine. 
  • Individual and Family Counseling/Substance Abuse counseling—available for youth ages 12-18. Services can be in either Spanish or English. Fees are income-based sliding scale, and no one is every turned away due to inability to pay. Services are in Tulsa, Owasso, Broken Arrow, and Glenpool. 
  • Health Education and Prevention—provides health education and connects youth to preventative care. 
  • LGBTQ+ Services—support for youth looking to better understand their sexual identity, gender identity, and/or self-expression. Students partner with peers, schools, teachers, and parents to build Gay/Straight Alliances.  
  • Juvenile Justice—offers programs that can assist with re-entry into the community, school, and home. MAP is a program to help improve communication, deal with emotions, and recognize the consequences of their actions.  Youth Court allows first-time offenders to be tried in a court by their peers. Sentencing often includes restitution and community services. 

Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma 
2450 N Harvard Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74115 
918-949-4673 
https://cceok.org/ 
Facebook: /catholiccharitieseasternok

Additional outreach centers can be found throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Please refer to the website to find additional locations. 

  • Emergency Food Assistance—Tuesday through Friday 9:00 to 12:00. Bring an ID for everyone in the household.  
  • Seasonal—offered through the Emergency Assistance program, Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets and Christmas gifts are offered through the discretion of their case workers. Children can receive a coat voucher during the month of November. 
  • Dental—general dental care and restorative services. Services are provided in a multilingual environment. Cost is $10 per visit; $100 per arch per denture; and $50 per arch per flexible partial denture. By appointment only. For people needing immediate pain relief or extractions no appointment is required. Please arrive between 3:30 pm on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Call 918-508-7191 for more information and to make appointments. 
  • Pregnancy Care—on-site prenatal and OB care.  Clinic is open Monday through Thursday 8:30-4:00pm. Services are free to the patients. Call 918-508-7199 to schedule an appointment.  
  • Adult Education—to enroll in a class complete the online application. Childcare is offered at no change while a student is attending class. Arrangements must be discussed prior to class starting. Call 9118-508-7102 for more information. 
  • High School Equivalency (English and Spanish). Several locations and times are available on the website. 
  • English as a Second Language—morning and evening classes are available. 
  • Basic Computer skills—includes Microsoft Words, Excel, and Outlook. Class times varies. 
  • Housing—two different residential programs for women. Call 918-508-7140 for more information about the programs. 
  • Madonna House—for women who are pregnant above the age of 18. Residents can find support in a communal setting and learn skills that will help them throughout their pregnancy. They can work on developing career readiness, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more.  
  • St. Elizabeth Lodge—for single moms and their children who are experiencing a time of transition and need a place to find stability. They can work on developing career assessments, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more. You must be employed and working at least 20 hours per week and have custody of your child(ren). 
  • Refugee Resettlement—provides support for refugees who are resettling in the area and providing guidance as needed.  
  • Immigration Legal Services—representing immigrants and serving their client by helping with family petitions, registry, deportation/removal proceedings, citizenship, green card replacement, support for victims of human trafficking, asylum, and many other services. Hour of operations are Tuesday through Friday 9:00-4:30. Initial consolations are held on Thursdays by appointment only. Call 918-508-7180 to set up an appointment. Services are offered at a nominal fee and people will not be turned away due to inability to pay. Other locations can be found on the website. 
  • Counseling—counseling for families and individuals covering a variety of subject such as anxiety, relationship difficulties, post-abortion, and problems with daily living. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30; Tuesday evenings until 7:00. Call 918-508-7136 for an appointment.  

Harvest House 
1439 E 71st St. 
Tulsa, OK 74136 
918-884-7667 
https://www.tulsaharvesthouse.org/ 
Facebook: /tulsaharvesthouse.org

To receive services, appointments must be made. To make an appointment, call Mondays at 5:00pm and leave a message with your name and phone number and a description of your needs. On Tuesday, a callback will occur. You must talk with the receptionist to obtain an appoint time. A callback is not confirmation of an appointment. It is a first call, first serve program. If you do not receive a call, the schedule is full. Please try the following week to make an appointment. Appointments only occur on Wednesdays.  

  • Food Pantry—provides 7 days’ worth of food for the household. Emergency groceries are available Monday through Thursday from 1:00-4:00. Guest can walk-in without an appointment for emergency groceries.  
  • Clothing and Home Goods—guest can take home 2 outfits of clothing per household and possibly some household goods depending on circumstances.  
  • Utility Assistance—can contribute up to $50.00 in the form of utility bill payments if their utilities are about to be cutoff. The bill must show “Disconnect Notice”. Will help link guest to other services that could help get the balanced paid.  
  • Transportation—when guest who have a confirmed job interview or medical appointment, bus tokens can be handed out. Appointments will be verified before assistance is given. 
  • Infant Services—provides diapers, blankets, clothing, and other necessities for infants up to age three.  
  • Vision Care—guests are offered a voucher for an appointment with a local optometrist when the guest qualifies as having poor vision. Guest can select through available frames through the program and receive a new pair of prescription glasses.  

Arubah Community Clinic 
1021 W Main 
Collinsville, OK 74021 
918-371-3806 
https://arubahclinic.com/ 
Facebook: /arubahclinic

Hours of Operation: Mondays and Tuesday doors open at 5:00 pm for nurse triage. Patients will be seen according to need beginning at 6:00. Third Saturday of the month doors open at 8:30 for nurse triage. Patients will be seen according to need starting at 9:00. No appointments needed. 

Provides free medical care to the un-and-under insured who resides in the Owasso/Collinsville community and surrounding areas. Some of the services provided are the following: 

  • Family medical care for temporary illnesses 
  • Pediatric care and preventative services 
  • Biblical counseling 
  • Health Education 
  • Referrals to other health care networks 
  • Laboratory and radiological services 
  • Physicals are offered the third Saturday by limited appointment 
  • Limited help with Prescription medications 
  • Partnerships with counseling, chiropractic, and physical therapy 
  • Dental services—are not currently accepting new patients at this time. To receive this service, you must be a patient of the clinic. Dental screens occur the 4th Thursday of the month by appointments.  

Caring Community Friends 
12 W. Burnham Ave 
Sapulpa, OK 74066 
918-224-6464 
https://www.caringcommunityfriends.org/ 
Facebook: /CaringCommunityFriends 

Services for those who live in Creek County. 

  • Weekly fresh market– no appointment required to receive “perishable” foods. Set up as a drive through. Need to bring photo ID and proof of residency. Open Thursdays from 2:30-3:30.  
  • Shopper’s Choice Food Pantry—is available by appointment only. Call the “day of” to make an appointment. Need to have proof of residence, photo ID of adults in the household, and either a shot record or birth certificate for children in the house. Open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:00-3:00. Offered every 30 days.  
  • Rent Assistance—when funds are available, applicants can apply for partial payment (up to $250/12 months). Must provide photo ID, proof of residence, lease agreement, late rent invoice, and Property Owner Form W-9. 
  • Utilities Assistance—when funds are available, partial payment (up to $100/12 months) of an electric, gas, propane, or water bill may be made. Must provide photo ID, proof of residence, proof of income, and copy of utility and cut-off notice. 
  • Prescription Medication—subsidies are available for life threatening illnesses with a written prescription from a doctor. Must have a photo ID, proof of residence, proof of income, and copy of the prescription. Does not assist with painkillers, antidepressants, and/or psychotropic drugs.  
  • Infant Services and Toiletries—assistance with diapers and formula. Other toiletries need based on availability.  
  • Specialty Programs—other programs throughout the year to assist families with school supplies, Christmas gifts, and snacks for children during school and summer breaks. Go online to learn more about their special programs. 

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

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 also 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.  

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 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.  

The Parent Child Center of Tulsa 
1421 South Boston 
Tulsa, OK 74113 
918-599-7999 
https://www.parentchildcenter.org/ 
Facebook: /theparentchildcenteroftulsa

  • Counseling—works with families to address problems related to current or past abuse and parenting issues. Specializes in the treatment of infants and young children and offers parent and child relationship-based services. 
  • Outreach for Families—offers 3 different programs to help improve the parent-child relationship and overall development of the child.  
  • Positive Parenting—home based services to improve child health and well-being, increase home safety, and effective parenting skills. 
  • Family Connect—nurse educators support new parents in caring for newborn(s), offers physical assessments, helps id needs of the family, and id community resources and services for the family. 
  • SafeCare—intensive home-based parent education for pregnant women and parents of children 0-5 who have experienced risk factors such as substance abuse, mental illness, developmental delay, or domestic violence.  
  • Bright Beginnings—nurse educators teach parents of newborns safe techniques for coping with challenging infant behaviors such as calming an inconsolable crying baby and the danger of shaking a baby.  

Family and Children’s Services 
650 S. Peoria Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74120 
918-587-9471 
COPES crisis line 918-744-4800 
https://www.fcsok.org/ 
Facebook: /fcsok

  • Offers a wide range of services for children and adults. Programs designed to strengthen families, heal children who have experienced trauma, support recovery efforts for those struggling with mental illness or addiction. Service can be offered in either English or Spanish. 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 canfill out a form online or call the main number. 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 Tulsa County.  
  • Parenting Class—variety of parenting classes that will help strengthen your skills in parenting your children of all ages. Classes to help children cope with divorce is offered that 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. At this time all parenting classes are being held virtually. Please call 918-560-1114 for more information about the different parenting classes.  

Legacy Counseling Service 
2498 W New Orleans St 
Broken Arrow, OK 74011 
918-505-4367 
https://legacycounselingservices.com/ 
Facebook: /LegacyCounselingService

  • Offers individual, couples, and family counseling. Provides in person or services via telehealth. Staff has had training in treating chronic pain and a support group is offered for those who struggle with chronic pain. Please contact office to see if your insurance covers cost.  

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. 

Youth Services of Tulsa 
311 S Madison Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74112 
918-582-0061 
https://www.yst.org/ 
Facebook: /youthservicesoftulsa

  • Adolescent Emergency Shelter—open to youth ages 12 to 18 who do not have a safe place to go. Provides the residents hot meals, shower, clean clothes, and other resources. Open 24 hours daily 7 days a week 
  • Street Outreach—youth ages 16 to 24 can drop by “The Station” Monday through Friday 11:00-4:00 for a hot meal, shower, laundry, hygiene, and WIFI. If desired, the youth can talk to staff about additional programming.  
  • Transition Program—youth ages 17 to 24 who are homeless can receive housing assistance and support through intensive case management and learn life skills, employment, and education. Complete application online. 
  • Coffee House—youth ages 12 to 18 can come hang out and listen to live music, Wi-Fi and hot beverages. Open every Saturday night from 7:00-11:00. Admission is free. 
  • Sexual Health Awareness—evidence-based curricula that empowers youth to avoid high-risk behaviors, prevent pregnancy and STDs. Abstinence based curriculum is used for younger adolescents with a more comprehensive training for older youth. 
  • Health Services—assisting at risk youth access to medical care through an on-site clinic operated by the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine. 
  • Individual and Family Counseling/Substance Abuse counseling—available for youth ages 12-18. Services can be in either Spanish or English. Fees are income-based sliding scale, and no one is every turned away due to inability to pay. Services are in Tulsa, Owasso, Broken Arrow, and Glenpool. 
  • Health Education and Prevention—provides health education and connects youth to preventative care. 
  • LGBTQ+ Services—support for youth looking to better understand their sexual identity, gender identity, and/or self-expression. Students partner with peers, schools, teachers, and parents to build Gay/Straight Alliances.  
  • Juvenile Justice—offers programs that can assist with re-entry into the community, school, and home. MAP is a program to help improve communication, deal with emotions, and recognize the consequences of their actions.  Youth Court allows first time offenders to be tried in a court by their peers. Sentencing often includes restitution and community services. 

DVIS 
3124 E Apache St 
Tulsa, OK 74110 
918-743-5763 
https://dvis.org/ 
Facebook: /dvistulsa

  • Shelter—provide safe and supportive environment to women, men, and their children escaping domestic violence and/or sexual assault. At the shelter, residents are offered safe shelter, meals, hygiene needs, case management support, assistance with transportation needs, and counseling for adults and children.  
  • Transitional Living—for families who are no longer in crisis but still needing stability and support. Families may live up to 2 years in the apartments. For more information call 918-585-3163. 
  • Counseling—individual and group counseling for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking, dating violence, and stalking. Sessions can be in either Spanish or English. Children counseling is available for ages birth to 18.  Offenders Counseling program offers a complete domestic violence assessment, group counseling, and referrals or recommendations for self-referred offenders, court-referred, or DHS referred individuals.  
  • Legal—attorneys are available to assist survivors with civil legal concerns. If accepted into the program, an attorney will be assigned to represent you in your protective order and/or family law case. They can offer advice and guidance and help with paperwork even if they are not able to represent you. Court advocates can assist with filling out the paperwork needed to file a protective order. They can also offer support during the protective order hearing and extensive safety planning. Call 918-742-7480 for more information. Located at 600 Civic Center, Main Level in Tulsa.  

Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa 
550 South Peoria 
Tulsa, OK 74120 
918-588-1900 
https://www.ihcrc.org/ 
Facebook: /IHCRC

  • Medical—non-emergency outpatient clinic. Services include primary care, internal medicine, pediatrics and well-baby care, public health, women’s health, geriatric medicine, x-ray, ultra-sound, and lab diagnostics. Other services include pharmacy, healthy start, WIC, medication education and health and wellness programs. 
  • Behavioral health—individual and family counseling services for children, adolescents, and adults. Substance abuse assessments and treatment. System of Care wraparound services which helps families support their children who are at risk of being removed from either the school or home. Domestic Violence intervention program helps prevent violence and advocate for survivors of abuse.  
  • Additional Social program—there are other programs that have been suspended at this time due to COVID. However, these programs can increase socialization, wellness, and cultural learning.  

Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma 
2450 N Harvard Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74115 
918-949-4673 
https://cceok.org/ 
Facebook: /catholiccharitieseasternok

Additional outreach centers can be found throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Please refer to the website to find additional locations. 

  • Emergency Food Assistance—Tuesday through Friday 9:00 to 12:00. Bring an ID for everyone in the household.  
  • Seasonal—offered through the Emergency Assistance program, Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets and Christmas gifts are offered through the discretion of their case workers. Children can receive a coat voucher during the month of November. 
  • Dental—general dental care and restorative services. Services are provided in a multilingual environment. Cost is $10 per visit; $100 per arch per denture; and $50 per arch per flexible partial denture. By appointment only. For people needing immediate pain relief or extractions no appointmentis required. Please arrive between 3:30 pm on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Call 918-508-7191 for more information and to make appointments. 
  • Pregnancy Care—on-site prenatal and OB care.  Clinic is open Monday through Thursday 8:30-4:00pm. Services are free to the patients. Call 918-508-7199 to schedule an appointment.  
  • Adult Education—to enroll in a class complete the online application. Childcare is offered at no change while a student is attending class. Arrangements must be discussed prior to class starting. Call 918-508-7102 for more information. 
  • High School Equivalency (English and Spanish). Several locations and times are available on the website. 
  • English as a Second Language—morning and evening classes are available. 
  • Basic Computer skills—includes Microsoft Words, Excel, and Outlook. Class times varies. 
  • Housing—two different residential programs for women. Call 918-508-7140 for more information about the programs. 
  • Madonna House—for women who are pregnant above the age of 18. Residents can find support in a communal setting and learn skills that will help them throughout their pregnancy. They can work on developing career readiness, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more.  
  • St. Elizabeth Lodge—for single moms and their children who are experiencing a time of transition and need a place to find stability. They can work on developing career assessments, build savings, resolution of legal issues, earn a GED, parenting support, and more. You must be employed and working at least 20 hours per week and have custody of your child(ren). 
  • Refugee Resettlement—provides support for refugees who are resettling in the area and providing guidance as needed.  
  • Immigration Legal Services—representing immigrants and serving their client by helping with family petitions, registry, deportation/removal proceedings, citizenship, green card replacement, support for victims of human trafficking, asylum, and many other services. Hour of operations are Tuesday through Friday 9:00-4:30. Initial consolations are held on Thursdays by appointment only. Call 918-508-7180 to set up an appointment. Services are offered at a nominal fee and people will not be turned away due to inability to pay. Other locations can be found on the website. 
  • Counseling—counseling for families and individuals covering a variety of subject such as anxiety, relationship difficulties, post-abortion, and problems with daily living. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30; Tuesday evenings until 7:00. Call 918-508-7136 for an appointment. 

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

  • 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. 

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. 

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 to are at risk for behavioral, developmental or communication delays.  

Community Service Council 
16 E. 16th Street, #202 
Tulsa, OK 74119 
918-585-5551 
https://csctulsa.org/programs/ 
Facebook: /csctulsa

  • The Power of Families Project*— a program that works to remove barriers that impedes school readiness, community engagement and access to health care among Tulsa’s Hispanic/Latinx families. Peer leaders will reach out to families to better understand their needs and assist them with resourcesas a way to help empower them in increasing their knowledge of community resources and build a social network within the community and school. To contact the program’s advisor, call 918-699-4553.https://www.facebook.com/ThePowerOfFAmilies/ 
  • Sia Mah Nu—Burmese Community Peer Educator Program that is designed to support Burmese women living in Tulsa. Peer leaders engage with families to help them navigate different health and education systems. Offers 12 weeks of health classes for the participants to help them enhance their knowledge on health, parenting, child development, and navigate the school system. At Jenks Public School, there are two after school program. However, they are currently on hold due to COVID. The after-school programteaches English Speaking children the Zopau language and customs of the Burmese culture to promote cultural understand. The Student Volunteer Educator Project trains student volunteers to lead interactive groups with Burmese mothers and their infants to help promote pre-reading skills. To contact the program’s advisor, call 918-557-0818. 
  • Child Care Resource Center*—provides quality childcare resource and referral services to families. To contact the program advisor, call 918-935-5247. https://www.facebook.com/ccrctulsa/ 
  • Healthy Start—focuses on healthy outcomes to reduce infant mortality and maternal morbidity/mortality. Works with expectant mothers and their families before, during and after pregnancy. During the pregnancy, the team will work with the family to create a plan of care to help enhance a healthy delivery. After the baby is born, the team will stay with the family for up to two years to help connect the family with resources. Their fatherhood program works to improve the parent-child relationship by strengthen the role of the father. Any father figure is welcomed; it does not have to be the biological father.  
  • Oklahoma Veterans Alliance/Supportive Services for Veteran families (SSVF)*—support for veterans by connecting them to the right providers for help through a system that links veterans to qualified providers, connecting with employers who work with veterans, mentoring relationship between veterans. For more information contact the program advisor at 918-630-1891. The SSVF program helps provide temporary intervention and short-term housing to low-income veteran families who are homeless or facing eviction. Serves over 35 counties. For more information contact the program advisor at 918-588-8418. https://www.facebook.com/okveteranalliance/ 

Family and Children’s Services 
650 S. Peoria Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74120 
918-587-9471 
COPES crisis line 918-744-4800 
https://www.fcsok.org/ 
Facebook: /fcsok

  • Offers a wide range of services for children and adults. Programs designed to strengthen families, heal children who have experienced trauma, support recovery efforts for those struggling with mental illness or addiction. Service can be offered in either English or Spanish. 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 or call the main number. 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 Tulsa County.  
  • Parenting Class—variety of parenting classes that will help strengthen your skills in parenting your children of all ages. Classes to help children cope with divorce is offered that 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. At this time all parenting classes are being held virtually. Please call 918-560-1114 for more information about the different parenting classes.  

The Parent Child Center of Tulsa 
1421 South Boston 
Tulsa, OK 74113 
918-599-7999 
https://www.parentchildcenter.org/ 
Facebook: /theparentchildcenteroftulsa

  • Counseling—works with families to address problems related to current or past abuse and parenting issues. Specializes in the treatment of infants and young children and offers parent and child relationship-based services. 
  • Outreach for Families—offers 3 different programs to help improve the parent-child relationship and overall development of the child.  
  • Positive Parenting—home based services to improve child health and well-being, increase home safety, and effective parenting skills. 
  • Family Connect—nurse educators support new parents in caring for newborn(s), offers physical assessments, helps id needs of the family, and id community resources and services for the family. 
  • SafeCare—intensive home-based parent education for pregnant women and parents of children 0-5 who have experienced risk factors such as substance abuse, mental illness, developmental delay, or domestic violence.  
  • Bright Beginnings—nurse educators teach parents of newborns safe techniques for coping with challenging infant behaviors such as calming an inconsolable crying baby and the danger of shaking a baby.  

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.   

Tulsa Transit 
(Administrative office) 
510 S Rockford Avenue 
Tulsa, OK 74120 

Denver Avenue Station 
319 S Denver 
Tulsa, OK 
918-582-2100 
http://tulsatransit.org/ 

  • Bus service operates 7 days a week. Times varies depending on the route you are taking and the station which you are traveling through. Denver Avenue Station property hours are Monday through Friday from 5:00am-11:30pm. Weekend services operate on Saturday from 6:30am-11:30pm and Sunday from 8:00am-6:00pm.  
  • Check the website to learn about bus routes, fares, and passes. Utilize the Tulsa Transit App to keep up to date with routes, passes, fares, and receive alerts about detours in the route due to construction. 
  • The Lift—a paratransit service for person with disabilities who have been determined ADA Paratransit eligible and is 5 years or older. Is only available within Tulsa City limits. Call 1-877-232-7433 Monday through Friday 10:00-6:00 to obtain more information and an application form if you are not able to apply online. 

Tulsa Hub 
601 W 3rd St 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-813-0028 
http://www.tulsahub.org/ 
Facebook: /TulsaTransit

  • Community Bike Workshop—teaches those who use a bike as transportation for work and appointments how to repair their bikes. A mechanic is paired with a rider to teach the rider how to prevent and conduct their own repairs. There is a fee for the services, but the prices are low. 
  • A.C.E classes—This program is for those who have no means of transportation, could use a bike to get to work, school, or any social service location. It is a way to earn a bike to help assist you to your appointments and work. A class fee is based upon income using a sliding scale. The person must be able to attend classes before you are able to graduate with a bike, lock, lights, and helmet. Please go online or call for further rules and regulations for the program.  

South Tulsa Community House 
5780 S Peoria Ave 
Tulsa, OK 74105 
918-742-5597 
https://southtulsacommunityhouse.org/ 
Facebook: /SouthTulsaCommunityHouse

Aids individuals in the Riverwoods community who struggle with making ends meet, senior citizens on fixed incomes, families with children, people with disabilities or illnesses, victims of job loss or spousal abandonment, and other crises. To receive services, neighbors must complete an application, provide ID, and proof that they live in the area served.  

  • Food—Monday-Thursday from 9:00-1:00. 1st and 2nd Wednesday 5:00-8:00. Emergency food by appointment and with a referral from a collaborating partner. Senior citizens are serviced 1st and 3rdFriday of the month; and Veterans the 2nd Friday of the month 9:00-1:00 
  • Community Needs—hygiene supplies Monday-Thursday 9:00-1:00 (every 30 days); bus tokens to help clients keep appointments or maintain housing. Business equipment to help clients seek employment, complete school assignments, pay bills, and more. Monday through Friday 9:00-1:00. 

Neighbor for Neighbor 
505 East 36th St. North 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-425-5578 
https://www.neighborforneighbor.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighbor-for-Neighbor-407543512767289/

Services are available to assist the uninsured, low-income, unemployed, impoverished, handicapped, and seniors. Please call or go to their website for more information about their programs.   

  • Life Skills—provides classes and individual coaching for topics such as nutrition, cooking, budgeting, business etiquette, and anger management. Interview, work clothes, and job listing are also provided and discussed. 
  • Emergency Assistance—provide bus tokens, utility bills assistance, and work boots and uniforms. 
  • Legal Clinic—helps families draft legal documents. 
  • Optical Clinic—provides eye exams, and glasses for adults and children.  
  • Dispensary—provides prescription screening and prescriptions and vouchers for outside purchases. Does not assist with narcotics, psychiatric drugs or select expensive medications. 
  • Dental—provide acute and restorative services such as cleanings for children and adults. Provides emergency extractions, oral surgery, and dentures.  
  • Medical clinic—acute and systemic care. Partners with OU medical Clinic. 
  • Food Pantry—monthly supplemental food supply for low-income families. Clients can pick out what they need for their family.  
  • Community Projects—provides clothing, and household items. 
  • Circle Housing Program—program that supports home ownership for low-income families and home repairs for the eldering or disabled that own their own homes.  

Harvest House 
1439 E 71st St. 
Tulsa, OK 74136 
918-884-7667 
https://www.tulsaharvesthouse.org/ 
Facebook: /tulsaharvesthouse.org

To receive services, appointments must be made. To make an appointment, call Mondays at 5:00pm and leave a message with your name and phone number and a description of your needs. On Tuesday, a callback will occur. You must talk with the receptionist to obtain an appoint time. A callback is not confirmation of an appointment. It is a first call, first serve program. If you do not receive a call, the schedule is full. Please try the following week to make an appointment. Appointments only occur on Wednesdays.  

  • Food Pantry—provides 7 days’ worth of food for the household. Emergency groceries are available Monday through Thursday from 1:00-4:00. Guest can walk-in without an appointment for emergency groceries.  
  • Clothing and Home Goods—guest can take home 2 outfits of clothing per household and possibly some household goods depending on circumstances.  
  • Utility Assistance—can contribute up to $50.00 in the form of utility bill payments if their utilities are about to be cutoff. The bill must show “Disconnect Notice”. Will help link guest to other services that could help get the balanced paid.  
  • Transportation—when guest who have a confirmed job interview or medical appointment, bus tokens can be handed out. Appointments will be verified before assistance is given. 
  • Infant Services—provides diapers, blankets, clothing, and other necessities for infants up to age three.  
  • Vision Care—guests are offered a voucher for an appointment with a local optometrist when the guest qualifies as having poor vision. Guest can select through available frames through the program and receive a new pair of prescription glasses.  

Car Care Clinic (CCC) 
2008 E Pine St. 
Tulsa, OK 74110 
918-938-6444 
http://carcareclinic.info/ 
Facebook: /CarCareClinicInc

  • For those who fall within the HUD income guidelines. They can receive low-cost car repairs. Appointments are schedule throughout the month at the Saturday Volunteer Clinic. All services start with a free diagnostic test for the car. Follow-up appointments are scheduled for minor auto repairs (2 hours labor or less) at no charge. If parts need to be purchased, it is asked that clients reimburse the CCCfor the cost purchased. This service is available to clients 3 times a year. They are not able to work on cars that are not running. You will need to bring with you your driver’s license, updated insurance, and proof of income. Applications for appointments are posted on their website.  

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 
Hours to call to reserve your ride: Monday through Friday 7:00-6:00. Saturday 7:00-6:00 
If your ride is 15 mins late call 800-435-1034 or 711 (TDD) 

Workforce Tulsa 
201 W 5th St #200 
Tulsa, OK 74120 
918-796-1200 
https://workforcetulsa.com/ 

  • Assist with job searching, resume assistance interviewing skills, and on-the-job training. GED assistance and post-secondary education support for qualified applicants. Go online to learn how to enroll. 
  • Young Adult Services—for those ages 14-24 who may have had barriers to finding and obtaining employment. Benefits of their program include job readiness, training, paid work experiences, and resume building. Access to Tulsa Job Corps and internships. Workshops that can help with filling out applications for student aid and scholarships if interested in post-secondary education. 

Neighbor for Neighbor 
505 East 36th St. North 
Tulsa, OK 74106 
918-425-5578 
https://www.neighborforneighbor.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighbor-for-Neighbor-407543512767289

Services are available to assist the uninsured, low-income, unemployed, impoverished, handicapped, and seniors. Please call or go to their website for more information about their programs.   

  • Life Skills—provides classes and individual coaching for topics such as nutrition, cooking, budgeting, business etiquette, and anger management. Interview, work clothes, and job listing are also provided and discussed. 
  • Emergency Assistance—provide bus tokens, utility bills assistance, and work boots and uniforms. 
  • Legal Clinic—helps families draft legal documents. 
  • Optical Clinic—provides eye exams, and glasses for adults and children.  
  • Dispensary—provides prescription screening and prescriptions and vouchers for outside purchases. Does not assist with narcotics, psychiatric drugs or select expensive medications. 
  • Dental—provides acute and restorative services such as cleanings for children and adults. Provides emergency extractions, oral surgery, and dentures.  
  • Medical clinic—acute and systemic care. Partners with OU medical Clinic. 
  • Food Pantry—monthly supplemental food supply for low-income families. Clients can pick out what they need for their family.  
  • Community Projects—provides clothing, and household items. 
  • Circle Housing Program—program that supports home ownership for low-income families and home repairs for the eldering or disabled that own their own homes.  

Sand Springs Community Services Inc 
114 W 4th St. 
Sand Springs, OK 74063 
918-245-5183 
https://sscsok.org/ 
Facebook: /SanditesHere2Help
Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday 10:00-2:30, Friday 9:00-12:00.  

Provides residents of Sand Springs with resources that will assist with basic needs. Can help with financial assistance, clothing, or food needs. 

  • Family Forward Program—a 12-month program that assist families become self-sufficient. A family member works with a Long-Term Solution Specialist to develop workforce readiness skills such as resume development, interviewing skills, budgeting, and goal setting. The family member will need to obtain at least a part time entry level positive. Throughout the program financial assistance will be possible. 

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/or 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. 

Neighbors Along the Line 
5000 Charles Page Blvd 
Tulsa, OK 74127 
918-584-1111 
https://www.neighborsalongtheline.org/ 
Facebook: /Neighborsalongtheline

Those eligible for services must meet income and residency guidelines. The service area boundaries are: 

North: Osage County Line (Edison Street); South: Arkansas River; East: I-244; West: Includes Sand Springs. 

  • Food—eligible clients can receive food up to once per month. Food Pantry Hours are Monday 1:30-3:30; Tuesday 1:30-3:30; Wednesday 4:30-5:45; Thursday 1:30-3:30 and 4:30-5:45. Bring photo ID, proof of address, social security card for each member, proof of Food Stamps, proof of income or proof of no income. Prior to COVID cooking classes were being offered. Please check with website to see if/when classes will resume. 
  • Medical Clinic—treats acute and chronic conditions. Referrals options for some lab testing and specialty care, prescriptions free of charge when samples available, only for those with no health insurance. Operates on a number draw system. Monday evening starting at 5:15; Tuesday morning at 9:30am at the OSU clinic; Wednesday mornings at 9:30. At this time, the only clinic time open is Monday evenings. Call to make an appointment. 
  • Dental Services—suspended at this time due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when clinic will reopen. 
  • Literacy and Development Program—helps you prepare for your GED. You will need internet access and a commitment to studying about 5 hours per week. To prepare for the test it is free of cost. The official test itself is $100. However, there is a scholarship program to help accommodate students who cannot cover the cost themselves. Please call the 918-584-1111 ext. 104 with any questions, comments, or concerns. Other development services include:  
  • Academic tutoring—free, one-on-one tutoring for students of all ages and grades. 
  • Computer lab—free internet access to search for jobs, fill out applications, write resumes, and check email. 
  • Career Services—workshops that can assist with improving job outlook and employability. 
  • Computer basics class—online computer class that teaches about the Windows operating system and how to create an email account for job searches. Currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when class will restart. 
  • Resume writing and interview skills—set an appointment to work on developing these skills. 
  • Community Activities—currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when activities will restart. 
  • Utilities Assistance—able to pay for partial payment of utility bill. Must have a cutoff notice for the current month. Call to set up an appointment. 
  • Life Skills classes— currently on hold due to COVID. Please refer to website to see if/when classes will restart. 
  • Legal Aid—provides legal assistance on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month from 1:30-3:30. Call to make an appointment. 
  • Seasonal Assistance—provides those who are in need of assistance with school supplies, Thanksgiving meals, and Christmas gifts. Call for more information and sign-up dates. 

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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