Agency Assistance Listing

TULSA AREA AGENCY ASSISTANCE

*OKC Resouces can be found at the bottom of this page.

*For Categorized (topical) List - Click Here

ACCENT REALTORS FREE TRUCK RENTAL: 14 FOOT VAN AVAILABLE FOR COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS AND NONPROFITS. Call 918-665-8559

THE ACT NATIONAL CAREER READINESS PROGRAM: A leader in research and assessments for college and career readiness. It assists people plan for and assess learning and training and help job seekers gain credentials and determine their paths to success. Primarily computer interface, contact  at 630-620-8779, 301 S.Swift Road, Addison IL 60101.  

AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN:Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children (TAFDC) http://www.massresources.org/tafdc.html

ALZHEIMER ASSOCIATION: Provides a wide variety of FREE services to individuals with dementia and Alzheimer; insights and current progress, handling of patients, a free support and counseling service. Located at the City Plex building located at 81st & Lewis. The address is 2448 E. 81st St. Tulsa, OK. 74137, the office is on the 30th floor.

AMERICAN THERAPEUTIC RIDING CENTER: They provide opportunities for individuals with varying ability levels; cognitive, physical and or emotional disability, to challenge themselves and obtain improvement in flexibility, balance and muscle strength through a therapy known as Hippo therapy. Located at 1420 W. 35th St, Suite B, Tulsa OK 74107, Call 918-246-9450 fax 918 246 9350. www.atrcok.org

ANN PATERSON DOOLEY FAMILY SAFETY CENTER: at 600 Civic Center, in the Police-Courts Building. This facility is a one-stop shop, combining civil, criminal, health and social services for victims of domestic violence. Each of the major domestic violence agencies will have a representative at this facility.It will also provide basic child care and assessment while the parent is receiving help.  Call 918 742 7480 for more information.

AREA COUNCIL FOR COMMUNITY ACTION: Provides roofing, siding, tree cutting of damaged trees, etc.  Located at 1969 E. Tecumseh in Tulsa 74110- call 918-582-2436

ARMS AROUND BROKEN ARROW: Located at 114 E. Dallas Avenue, Broken Arrow OK   258 77414- FAX 918-286-8935. They provide a wide variety of services including food and free medical assistance for local residents.

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION: Provides services that prevent, control and cure arthritis and related diseases through exercise, aquatic programs and a variety of self-help techniques.  –Located at  7170 S. Braden- Suite 170, Tulsa, OK 74136- Call 918-495-3553 Fax 918 494 7971.

ARUBAH COMMUNITY CLINIC: 3806 W. Main St, Collinsville OK. Open Monday evening 6 to 8 PM for age 21 and over, and Thursday evening from 6 to 8 for under 21. No appointment needed. Call 918-371-3806 for further info.  FREE CLINIC

ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF TULSA: Operation School bell which provides new clothing annually to Tulsa’s neediest elementary school children and uniform shirts to elementary and middle school students. Contact Mary Whitney at cell 918-261-4533 or Mary Dotson at 918-742-4644.

AUTISM CENTER OF TULSA:  Support, networking and assistance related to autism, contact the center at 918-502-4823,  email: info@autismtulsa.org website:  www.autismtulsa.org  6585 S. Yale, Tulsa OK  74136.

BAPTIST MINISTRY CENTER: Provides construction of ramps in the Tulsa area- Call 918-585-5310.

BEDLAM CLINIC: Provides quality, continuous  FREE medical care for the uninsured. Located at 4502 E. 41st Tulsa OK 74135- call 918 660 3000 for further information. Open on Tuesday at 1:30 and until the last patient leaves. They also have a NORMAN facility. 

BICYCLE MINISTRY: Provides donated bikes to those that need them. Ongoing need for donated used or gently used bikes, 11th and Boulder, Tulsa OK 74119: Contact Dick Banks, dbanks@scaitul.com, cell 918-851-8338

BIG BROTHER BIG SISTERS OF OK: Provides children ages 6 up to 16 with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 mentoring relationships.  They identify qualified, dedicated, screened volunteers and provide them a full-time support staff to ensure long-term stability.  For more information contact Pamela Scott (918) 728-7919 or visit their website: www.bbbsok.org

BIKES FOR TYKES of TULSA: This is a nonprofit organization that began in 2008 and solicits donations from friends, family and local businesses to buy new bikes and helmets for children. Contact Jason Whorton, 918-872-7458  Jason@bftok.org See: www.bftok.org for more information.

Bixby Community Outreach Center: 4 East Dawes Avenue, Bixby OK  918-366-9226. They provide food, clothing and financial assistance. Also child immunization, child dental care, school supplies and much more.

BIXBY OUTREACH CENTER - located at 77 E. Breckenridge, Bixby , open from 9 to 4 PM, Tuesday through Thursday- call 918-366-9226. IIt provides basic needs such as food and clothing to Bixby residents and surrounding communities. 

BRAIN BALANCE: Specialized achievement center for youth suffering with behavioral issues, ADHD, Aspergers, Sensory Processing Disorder, or a learning disability.  The center utilizes a drug free, whole youth approach to address underlying issues. Located at 6022 S. Yale, Tulsa, OK 918-488-8991-  www.brainbalancecenters.com

BROKEN ARROW NEIGHBORS ASSISTANCE: 322 W. Broadway, Broken Arrow, OK 74012 918-251-7781 Fax  918-251-9108  For Broken Arrow and Coweta residents- providing a food pantry, limited financial, clothing room, school supplies, house ware and linens, holiday assistance, and a clinic for minor illnesses and legal services.

CAR CARE CLINIC OF CATHOLIC CHARITIES: (www.carcareclinic.info), service provided by appointment only, free labor at no cost, you buy the parts. They work on brakes, oil changes, filters, minor electrical, wheel bearings, starters, alternators, shocks etc. Main 918-849-4673.

CAREGIVERS RESOURCE LIST: Provides internet links to nearly two dozen studies, tip sheets and other resources to assist stressed caregivers in managing their situations. Access at: www.tulsaworld.com/okdhs

CARING CENTER: A ministry of First Baptist of Tulsa, comprised of a clothing food and benevolence ministry. Normally open, Monday through Thursday- 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM. For help with utilities, etc. appointment needed – call  918-587-6068.  Located at 3rd @ Detroit, for more information call 918-587-1571

CAROL WHITE CLOTHING: Provides clothing, shoes, toys and basic needs to children thru Daybreak Family Services, Family and Children Services, etc. Contact Jan O’Connor- kcocon52@cox.net 918-850-4447 or Bonnie Chrisman- bhchrisman@cox.net- 918-527-1111

CAR REPAIRS: Several local organizations provide minor car repairs and automotive checkups by volunteers with automotive repair experience. The labor is free but patrons pay for replacement parts and or fluids. These clinics are for seniors, single mothers and widows and those in need. You need to call for an appointment:

  • Liberty Church: 777 S. Garnett, Broken Arrow OK – 918-254-1341 The car clinic is on the second Saturday of each month.
  • Red Fork Baptist Church: 2nd Saturday of the month- call 918-695-3756  Mon-Fri.  8-5
  • Southern Hills Baptist Church: 5590 S. Lewis Avenue, Tulsa, OK 918-743-8897  Car clinic is on the third Saturday of each month.
  • The Ministry Center: phone 918-58-5310 Mon -Thur. 9- 2, 1st Saturday of the month
  • Tulsa Dream Center: 200 W. 46th St. N, Tulsa, OK  918-430-9984  Call the first day of each month to schedule an appointment.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES: 2450 North Harvard Ave, Tulsa- mailing P O Box 580460 Tulsa OK 74158. 12 Programs- call for hour- 918-949-4673 or www.catholiccharitiestulsa.org. Education classes (GED, Parenting, Computer Skills, English as a second language);  Professional counseling, OB Care, Maternity home for adult pregnant women and newborns, Transitional housing/apartments, Immigration Services, Abortion Healing, Dental Services, food, limited financial assistance (,Financial Assistance Line xt 460)  clothing, Adoption Services.

  • CAR DIAGNOSTICS AND REPAIRS: Apply online at www.carcareclinic.info, service provided by appointment only, especially for diagnostic services. . You buy the parts and they do labor at no cost, including, brakes, oil changes, engine belts, filters, minor electrical some front end work, wheel bearings, starters, alternators, struts, shocks, wiper blades,  and more.
  • EDUCATION SERVICES are available with classes offered including GED preparation, English, personal finances, computer skill  building, child car seat safety, family planning, parenting skills and more. Call 918 508 7102.
  • EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE; Includes food, clothing and social services assistance. Financial assistance  primarily for rent and     utilities. Call for appointment at 918 508 7175.​
  • DENTAL SERVICES:  Providing general dental and resorative care to those without insurance or access to dental care. Appointment required for initial examination, call 918 508 7191. People needing immediate pain relief or extraction, no appointment is required.
  • COUNSELING SERVICES offering comprehensive personal, marriage and family counseling by licensed professionals. Day and      evening appointments available, call 918 508 7131.
  • IMMIGRATION SERVICES which helps people obtain legal documentation and citizenship in cooperation with the US Department of Homeland Security and provides legal assistance. Call 918 508 7180.
  • PREGNANCY SERVICES: This is a women's health care program, providing pregnancy testing, prenatal and postnatal care, . Call   918 949 4673  or 918 508 7199.
  • MADONNA HOUSE: For pregnancy and above the age of 18. This residential and transitional programs assist with the newborn,        staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 918 508 7140.
  •  ST. ELIZABETH LODGE is a transitional housing and support service program for working, homeless families with a goal of             independence and fulfilling family relationships. Call 918 508 7146.
  • COUNSELING SERVICES offers comprehensive personal, marriage and family counseling by licensed professions. By appointment only, weekdays and evenings available call 918 508 7131
  • IMMIGRATION SERVICES- helps people obtain legal documentation and citizenship in cooperation with the US Department of     Homeland Security. Call 918 508 7180, by appointment only.
  • ADOPTION SERVICES- helps those who have unplanned pregnancies and assist prospective adoptive parents with domestic and     international adoptions. By appointment, call 919 978 4673.
  • RACHEL'S VINEYARD PROGRAM: Provides support and healing to those struggling with the effects of abortion. Call 918 508 7142 or 918 978 4673.

CENTER FOR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES (CEO): is dedicated to providing effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women with recent criminal convictions.  Located at: 803 S.Peoria Tulsa, OK 74120   from 9 to 5- Monday to Friday. Phone 918-894-6561  Fax 918-938-7936 www.ceoworks.org

CHEROKEE NATIONAL INDIAN CHILD WELFARE: Provides court Advocacy for Cherokee families involved with the child welfare system.  Court intervention, recruiting and certifying Native resource homes and prevention services. Ongoing needs: cleaning supplies household appliances, furniture, bedding, personal hygiene supplies, etc. Contact Jennifer Cole Robinson- Jennifer-robinson@cherokee.org- 918-458-6929 cell 918-822-2690

CHILD OF DIVORCE:  An organization supporting the child of divorce and the teachers and staff dealing with increased divorce rates.  Founders Dr. Brian & Monica Epperson, 10632 S. Memorial, P O Box 330360, Tulsa. OK 74133-- www.tulsaworld.com/childofdivorce

CHILDREN FIRST: A family centered program providing home visits by registered nurses (RN_) to help first time mothers and their families. Many services available, located at 5051 S. 129th E. Avenue Tulsa OK 74134, call 918 732 4600.

CHRIST FOR HUMANITY: A ministry based in Tulsa that started in 2005. It distributes free food, clothing and essentials. Call 918 836 2424.

CIRCLE OF CARE: Recruits and supports foster and adoptive families for children in OKDHS custody. Ongoing needs: clothing and furniture for children, ages birth to teen.  Contact Candace Morton- Candace.morton@circleofcare.org; 918-794-3876 or cell 918-640-6754

CLAREHOUSE: 7617 S. Mingo Road, Tulsa OK 74133- 918-893-6150  Their mission is to stand in place or supplement a loving friend or family member as caregiver and provide a home to dying people. It is NOT a Hospice. It is free, provided by donations from the community.

COFFEE BUNKER: located at the Southern Hills Baptist Church  Youth Center at 5590 So. Lewis in Tulsa, OK. The Bunker provides a safe place to support veterans  and service members toward successful reintegration with their families and communities.
Contact at P O Box 4680, Tulsak OK 74159/ info@sos-cofferbunker, 918 637 3878.

COMMUNITY CARE INC. OF SAPULPA: 12 West Burnham, P O Box 1524- Sapulpa OK 74067—918-224-6464  Fax 918-224-6436 provides a variety of assistance for residents of Sapulpa, Kellyville, Kiefer, Mannford and Mounds.

COMMUNITY FOOD BANK: Located at 1304 N. Kenosha Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74106, (981 582 2800) provides free food for children via their Food for Kids Backpack Program. Youth received nutritious and easy to prepare food for the upcoming weekend.  They are open Monday-Friday from 8 to 4:30 PM.

COMMUNITY HEALTH CONNECTIONS, INC: 9912 e. 21ST St, Tulsa, 918- 622-0641
Federally funded health-care clinic serving people with little or no health insurance and those who rely on Medicaid and Medicare

COMMUNITY SPIRIT MAGAZINE: The only local Christian magazine, printed and distributed monthly to churches, Christian schools, restaurants, bookstores and businesses all over the Tulsa Metropolitan area. –http://www.communityspiritmagazine.com/ 12806 S. Memorial Suite 127, Bixby, OK 74008  918-307-2323  Fax 918-307-1221

COMMUNITY SHARE HOUSE: Collects and provides furniture, appliances, clothing and other household resources to enable churches and our community’s caring agencies to be able to serve the furniture and long term needs of families in need.  Located at 1120 N. Peoria, Tulsa 74106- 918-583-3670 , fax 918-583-3097, furniture2familis.com.

COMMUNITY VOICE MAIL (CVM): Provides FREE voicemail services to anyone who may be phoneless or in transition to help them stay connected with agencies, family & friends. Multiple locations throughout the area. Contact Lori Morton- lmorton@tulsadaycenter.org; 918-556-6434

COPES: a mobile crisis prevention service that is free (suicide prevention) through Family and Children services.  Click on this link to get more details: http://www.fcsok.org/services/tulsa-adult-family-counseling/mobile-crisi...

CORNERSTONE ASSISTANCE NETWORK: 120 N. Peoria, Tulsa, OK,    74106, 918-583-3097
Appliances, furniture, household good, at times, car repairs. Networked to most churches in Tulsa area.

COUNSELING & RECOVERY SERVICES OF OK: In Tulsa  Phone: 918-492-2554 choose #2 on the list of options, or ask the operator for “Admissions”  Fax: 918-494-9870  Location: 7010 South Yale, Ste 215, Tulsa, OK, 74136. Services offered are adult services, including substance abuse, peer support, Action House, and housing: children’s services including wraparound services, wraparound transition services, the CALM Center, and school support.  The Agency web address is http://crsok.org      The CALM Center is for ages 10-17 and their web page is http://crsok.org/the-calm-center/  

  • Wraparound services for children and youth ages 4-18, and wraparound transition services for young adults ages 17-24  http://crsok.org/wraparound-tulsa/
  • http://crsok.org/transition-services/
  • Phone: (918) 492-2554, ext. 4151 or ask for Wraparound
  • Fax: (918) 495-0779
  • Location: 7010 S Yale, Suite 100, Tulsa, OK 74136

 

 

  • In Sand Springs
  • Phone: 918-245-5565
  • Fax: 918-245-5564
  • Location: 401 East Broadway Court, Sand Springs, OK 74063

CRISIS PREGNANCY OUTREACH: Provides comprehensive list of free services  to a woman experiencing a crisis pregnancy. An outreach of Christian Chapel, Tulsa office located at 7807 E. 76th Street in Tulsa, OK 74133. Call 918-296-3377

CRISES CARE CENTER: located at 1055 S. Houston Ave, in Tulsa- 918 744 4800. A 24/7  mental health facility providing short and long term psychiatric care under the direction of Family and Childrens Services. Also located at 650 S. Peoria 918-587-9471, 2325 S. Harvard 405-712-4301 and 650 S. Peoria 918-744-4800. 

CROSSROADS: provides assistance in securing safe and affordable housing choices and provides resources to assist with costs associated with moving and obtaining housing.  Also assistance  with education programs, wellness programs and transitional employment programs. Located at 1888 E. 15th St, Tulsa, OK 74104 Phone: 918-749-2141 FAX: 918-749-2150. Clubhouse open M to F 9AM to 5PM, Tuesdays till 8:00PM. Visit www.crossroadsok.org for more info.

DAY CENTER FOR THE HOMELESS: Provides a safe, healthy environment for people who are homeless; encourages and directs them through case management and other services to achieve self-sufficiency. Services include clothing, food, computer access, community voice mail, clinic services etc. Ongoing needs for clothing, baby items, toys etc. Contact Debra Dester: ddester@tulsadaycenter.org 918-583-5588 or cell 918-629-0701. Located at 415 West Archer in Tulsa, OK 74103.

DAY SPRING VILLA: A certified shelter for battered and sexually assaulted women and their children in the Tulsa metro area. www.dayspringvilla.com- 918-245-4075

DENVER HOUSE: Located at 252 W. 17th Place in Tulsa 918-382-2435 a drop in center for adults who are experiencing difficulties with mental illness, co-occuring disorder or homelessness. It includes social and education groups; life skills training and computers for job searches.

DHS: 918-581-2401 444 S. Houston Low income issues, Food stamps, utilities ect.

DOULAS of Northeast OK  (DONEOK): is a non-profit, support resources and referral group supporting DOULAS in the Tulsa, OK metropolitan and surrounding area.  DOULAS are trained and certified professionals who help mothers, fathers and babies have the best possible childbirth experience. They work in hospitals, homes and birthing centers.  Go to Doulas of Northeast OK for more information.

DRIVER'S LICENSE (PROVISIONAL): A new law, Oklahoma Senate Bill 97, impacts people with suspended or revoked Driver's License. Since some of our clients are in this category, it allows people to drive to work, school or treatment centers as long as they pay a minimum of $25. per month towards the fees to reinstate their normal operators license. 

Some conditions apply and it is not available to everyone. To determine eligibility, contact Oklahoma Department of Safety- Eastgate lower level, office 918-632-7710. 

 Dynamic Educational Systems, INC.: Youth Career Manager – Tulsa Project 14002 E. 21st St. Tulsa OK 74134 at the Eastgate Metroplex; provide youth the opportunity to get back in school or attend GED classes; provide training opportunities for those that want to attend college or a technical school; Nathan.Allembaugh@exodyne.com

EASTERN OKLAHOMA DONATED DENTAL SERVICES: A nonprofit organization serving low income elderly and disabled residents living in the 918 area code. It provides free restorative dental care for the disadvantaged, or economically disadvantaged. There are over 322 EODDS member dentists who volunteer free and complete dental services.They provide free dental work for patients who qualify. Contact 918-742-5544 or 918-742-5548

EDUCATIONAL TUTORIAL SERVICES: Provides tutoring programs designed to help students achieve the ultimate high school success/ also specific independent living and transitional living programs. Developed in 1996, over 12,500 students tutored to date, contact at  888-705 6383, fax 866 446 8303, email- info@educationaltutorialservices.com

ELEMENT EDUCATION:  provides alternative educational resources to teens, grades 7-12, whose academic and social needs are beyond those served by the public or private school system. Mission Statement:  To reach the bored, the bullied and the broken learners by providing a safe, rich, stimulating and inspiring learning environment, custom designed for each individual learner, capitalizing on their strengths and enhanced by their passions.Contact Lisa Marshall- - mrs@elementeducation.org-  www.elementeducation.org 918-671-8235

EMERGENCY INFANT SERVICES: Provides diapers, clothing, formula, car seats, toys and other items for children from infancy to age 5. Contact: Mary Ellen Evans-Opstein Email: eismaryeo@sbcglobal.net  Website: www.EmergencyInfantServices.org Office: 918-582-2469 Cell: 918-636-5433

EMPLOYMENT TRANSITION MINISTRY (ETM): A brown bag lunch meeting for the unemployed and underemployed. Meet at First United Methodist Church, 1119 S. Boulder, downtown Tulsa, every Tursday from 11 to 1 PM. Contact Russ Knight at 918-640-6148 or OJT Jobs@gmail.com for more info.

FAMILY SAFETY CENTER: located at 600 Civic Center, Tulsa, OK, located at the Police and Municipal Court building, 24 hour crisis line- 918-743-5763 or 918-7HELPME. It provides a safe, secure and welcoming location for all victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. All services are free and confidential.  918 742 7480  EMAIL: info@fcstulsa.org,   www.fsctulsa.org.

FATHERHOOD:   www.fatherhood.gov  The National Responsible Fatherhood  Clearing House-  1-817-4-DAD-411 (1-877-432-3411)- an excellent resource for the fatherhood program.

FILLING THE VOID MINISTRY: is a faith based 501C mobile ministry that meets essential human needs . They provide free sack lunch, clothes and an offer to pray with the homeless. They walk the streets downtown looking for people to bless, compelled by the love of Christ, believing from meals to miracles with their contacts.  Their mandate is from Deuteronomy 15:11, office location is P O Box 134 Broken Arrow, OK 74103.

FOLDS OF HONOR: Founded in 2007 to provide hope, healing and opportunities for spouses and children of soldiers killed or disabled in service to our country. Headquartered at 5800 N. Patriot Drive, Owasso, OK- 918 274 4700- go to Folds of Honor.com

FOSTER CARE TO SUCCESS:  National provider of college funding and support services for foster youth in the nation. www.fc2success.org  Lauren Wright Director of Communications Foster Care to Success 21351 Gentry Drive, Suite 130 Sterling, VA 20166 lwright@fc2success.org Office: 571 203-0270  Cell: 703 447-7106 Fax: 571 203-0273

FURNITURE TO FAMILIES: Cornerstone Assistance Network (918 734 0471) provides furniture to families in need.  Go to: furnituretofamilies.org for more information. 

FREE EVENING CLINIC: 1111 So. Saint Louis Ave, Tulsa 918 660 3614- -provides medical and vision services cal for hours- -free or lost cost

GOOD SAMARITAN HEALTH SERVICES: Free health services at a variety of locations throughout Tulsa on scheduled day/time basis. Call Alecia Shannon at 918-493-7884 ext. 2 for specific locations needed.

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF TULSA, INC: 918-599-0067 They provide job skills, classes addressing computer, customer service, job search training, office skills, etc. Classes are free of charge and could include a job coach, basic life skills training, etc. Also, child care capabilities. See Tulsa Works.

THE GRIFFIN PROMISE: is a speech and play therapy non-profit agency working with youth affected by developmental delays including autism. Located at 2552 E. Kenosha, Broken Arrow, OK, 918-893-3735, thegriffinpromise.com.

GUARDIAN ALERT 911: Emergency protection through a pendant to 911- worn around the neck or on a belt. Logic Mark, LLC- 8625 Hampton Way, Fairfax Station, Virginia 22039- 703-934-7934  www.LogicMark.com

GUTS CHURCH:  Free food, no questions asked- 9120 E. Broken Arrow Expressway, Tulsa, 918-622-4422   www.guts.church.com

HAPPY HANDS EDUCATION CENTER: A center for families with children who are hard of hearing and children who have other communicative disorders. They provide a full time, year round, early intervention program for infants to six years old. www.happyhands.org  918-665-1200

HARVEST HOUSE: 1439  E. 71ST St, Tulsa, OK 74136- 918-499-0327  or 918-492-5511   www.obftulsa.org  A mission outreach of Open Bible Church. Everyone is welcome for food, clothing, and max of $25. For utilities or rent; also used books, tapes, Bibles etc and bus tokens if available.

HELPING HAND MINISTRY: First Presbyterian Church, 700 So. Boston, Tulsa 74119: 918-584-6923 (open 9-12)-food pantry, financial help and counseling to persons with positive identification and eviction or cut-off notice.

HILLCREST CARE CENTER: Provides high-quality pre-natal care in North and East Tulsa. Located at 1540 North Lewis and 11515 E. 31st Street, the HPCC's are staffed with nurse practitioners and staff, fluent in English and Spanish. In additional to pre-natal care, they also provide free childbirth and parenting classes. Call 918 591 2500 or for East location, 918 392 3944. 

HOMELESS SERVICES:  1-877-424-3838

HOSPITALITY HOUSE: A free home away from home for family members who have a major disease. Located on Victor Avenue in Tulsa 74104  918-794-0088  www.tulsahospitalityhouse.org

H.O.W. FOUNDATION: 5649 South Garnett, Tulsa, OK – provides moving, hauling and business moving for individuals in a recovery substance abuse program.

INCOG: Provides HUD funded housing programs in the Tulsa and Wagoner area-  918-584-7526

IRON GATE TRUST: Provides food for the homeless and hungry, a not for profit organization at Trinity Episcopal Church. Usually open from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM–  918-582-4128 ext. 117

JACK BROWN CENTER: 1413 Missionary Circle, Tahlequah OK   918 453 5500, assists Native American youth from age 13 to 18 in overcoming drug and alcohol addiction. 

JOHN 3:16 MISSION: 506 N. Cheyenne Ave, Tulsa OK 74103 918-587-1186 Christian mission, nightly service, meals, lodging, showers and clothing; transitional living program (six months), GED adult, vocational training and job placement

JUMP START- TULSA: Provides information about early childhood brain development, school readiness, child development, services and volunteer information. Go to www.jumpstarttulsa.com for more information.

KENDALL-WHITTIER MINISTRY: 2839 E. Fifth Place, Tulsa, OK 74104:  918-592-3000  Food and groceries to families and individuals who demonstrate need in target neighborhood (bounded by Frisco Railroad, Harvard, 11th Street and Utica; rent and utility assistance.

KIDS AGAINST HUNGER: Feeds children around the corner or around the world. Located at 8761 S. Lewis in Tulsa OK 74137- 918-392-5150

KIRK OF THE HILLS COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE: Helps individuals experiencing a short term financial difficulty- Mon.-Thurs- 9-2 or call 918-494-7088 located at 4102 E. 61st St, Tulsa 74136 or thekirk.com.

LABOR OF LOVE PROGRAM: Offered by the Womens Center at Hillcrest- 1120 S. Utica Ave, 918 579 8000 or 8801 S. 101st East Avenue in Tulsa-918 2944000. Offering FREE baby items, educational classes, swaddling blanket and more.

LAST SAY MINISTRIES: Provides food and care for people in need, they need volunteers and donations. Contact Stan Moss at 918-845-5640 or stop by his office at 6044 S. Newport Tulsa, OK 74170 2192.

LAUNCH PAD: The Salvation Army now has implemented Launch Pad, which provides former homeless with assistance in their transition. Local companies are sponsoring one or two bedroom apartments, on a sliding scare for 6 months to 2 years plus wraparound services. Contact 918 587 7801 for more information. 

LEGAL AID SERVICES OF OKLAHOMA, INC: Call 918-584-3338 or 800-299-3338 Provides free power of attorney or durable power of attorney.

LEGAL:  OWENS LAW OFFICE: Located at 825 E. 33 rd Street, Edmond OK 73013, po@owenslawofficepc.com; office 405-608-0798, contact Phillip P. Owens II. Representing cases in Adoptions, Guardianship, Divorce, Child Custody and Visitation.  

LIFE ALERT: A watch or pendant which provides an alert system in case of emergency. Call 1-800-410-0754

LIBRARY CASE MANAGER: Has been funded by Zarrow Foundation to provide a full time Case Manager at the Central Library downtown and Librarium. The services will include assistance with Employment, Crisis Intervention, Mental Health treatment, Housing, Addiction and Counseling. This position is in partnership between Tulsa City-County Library and Family & Children Services. 

LIFE GATE HOMES: Provides housing for men encountering a transitional period in their lives. Focus on Christian recovery through Celebrate Recovery.  Also work with courts and district attorneys on deferred prosecution programs. Call Bill Bateman, Director- 918-378-6912

LIFE GATE MINISTRIES: A faith based outreach program, for men only at this time. Their overall objective is to help  heal and support individuals and their families, impacted by life controlling addictions and issues. The program is for a minimum of  6 months, teaching, counseling and mentoring according to Christian principles. Located at 11680 S. 153rd W. Avenue, Sapulpa, OK 74066 918-512-6273, LifeGate@tulsacoxmail.com​.

LIFE LAUNCH: A ministry of Stand in the Gap which provides relational, emotional, and spiritual support to youth who are aging out or have aged out of the foster care system. Support teams meet weekly or bi monthly to share their lives with a youth. Call 918-585-6112  www.sitgm.org

LIMBS FOR LIFE: A not for profit agency providing fully functional prosthetic care for individuals who cannot afford it.  Located at 218 E. Main St, OKC, OK 73104, 405-605-5462 or 1-888-235-5462

LINDSEY HOUSE: Located at 601 S. Elgin Avenue in Tulsa- 918-933-5222  A transitional housing agency for homeless mothers and their children

LITERACY & EVANGELISM INTERNATIONAL: 1800 S. Jackson Avenue, Tulsa OK 74107  918-585-3826   Fax 918-585-3224  Rev. Sid Rice is the Executive Director. They provide free literacy training in multiple languages. Christian based- mission field is worldwide

LOAVES & FISHES: 11321 E. 19th St, Tulsa, OK 74128  918-234-8577  Food service to families, single parents and single women.

MALE SURVIVOR: A grass roots organization, committed to breaking the isolation and secrecy related to male sexual abuse. This organization provides research education, advocacy and activism leading to hope, healing and support, They are located at 5505 Connecticut Avenue, Washington DC 20015-4181 and have a variety of events throughout the states.Go to:  malesurvivor.org for further details.

MEDICAL CLINIC @ YOUTH SERVICES OF TULSA:  Located at 311 S. Madison  in Tulsa, OK 74120, 918 582 0061- FREE medicals by Dr.Mark Fox for drop-in patients. Thursday from 12 to 2 PM, no appointment needed.

MEALS ON WHEELS: 12620 E. 31st Street, Tulsa, OK 74146  918-627-4103  Hot nutritious lunches are delivered to the homebound in Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Owasso, Jenks and Glenpool who are not able to prepare own meals.

MEADOWBROOK SPECIALITY HOSPITAL: 3129 S. 79th E Ave, Tulsa, 918-663-8183   A licensed acute-care hospital for patients typically needing hospital level care for longer period of time, a 60 bed facility.

MEND: Medical Clinic and a pregnancy resource center. It provides free pregnancy tests, confidential counseling and a variety of other services to assist a pregnant client. Located at 6216 S. Lewis, Suite 100, Tulsa OK 74136. Call 918-745-6000  FAX 918-742-5387  www.mendpregnancy.org; Email – mendcpc@hotmail.com

MISSION OWASSO: 708 N. Main St. Owasso 918-516-6638  A ministry of First Baptist Church, services include car clinic, senior food ministry, children aid to age 10, personal hygiene items, furniture and must more. Monday through Thursday 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Friday 1:30 to 5:30 PM.

MUDDY PAWS: 2234 E. 56th Pl, Tulsa OK 74105, 918-289-2940   A local non profit employer, offering expert pet grooming services. They offer felons, inmates and people in drug court a training program in pet grooming.

MY TURNING POINT PROGRAM: Pamela Smith Foundation 2703 N. Peoria in Turley, OK 74106. Phone: 918 960 2091. The store is called  My Turning Point Program, opened 10 to 5 Monday through Saturday. It offers men's and women's clothing and other items at a very reduced price. The resale shop  employs women in the program and helps pay salary and shop utilities. The store provides "a glimpse, a hope" that they can make it.  

NATIONAL DISABILITY RIGHTS NETWORK: a non profit organization to provide protection and advocacy for people with disabilities to ensure they are offered equality and opportunity. Call 1-800-381-9141 for further information. 

NEIGHBOR FOR NEIGHBOR: 505 E. 36th St. North, Tulsa, OK 74106  918-425-5578  FAX  918-425-4951 Community food store, low-cost vouchers, financial assistance for food and transportation, clothing and household items, referrals; medical, dental & eye clinic.

NEIGHBORS ALONG THE LINE: 4138 Charles Page Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74100, 918-582-3491  Food pantry, emergency food supply for two days to residents of target area (bounded by Osage County Line, West Edison, Denver Avenue and Arkansas River; clothing closet and medical clinic.

NEW HOPE: A diocesan ministry that serves children who have a family member in prison. It provides free after school programs with one of the objectives to decrease the chances of generational incarceration by providing a positive atmosphere, an opportunity to talk about their situation and interact with children in similar circumstances. Located at Trinity Episcopal Church, 501 S. Cincinnati Tulsa, OK 74103, call 918 582 4128

NEW JERUSALEM: 1730 E. 67th K-101- Tulsa, OK 74136  918-499-1446  Email: newjerusalemkids@yahoo.com. A Biblically based resident home providing free care for abused, neglected or abandoned children from birth to six years of age.

OH BE JOYFUL FARM: A unique country setting which  provides hope to youth in need of a little compassion. Homes are provided to families for fostering children and hosting foster children and others at the farm. Go to www.ohbejoyfulfarm.org for further details or contact 918 482 2788

OKLAHOMA CAAVA (Court Appointed Advocates for Vulnerable Adults): Provides volunteer advocates with more than 50 hours of core training in court system operations; end of life issues and the rights of persons at risk of court intervention due to medical, mental or developmental disability concerns . - P O Box 70063, OKC OK 73107  405-522-3077

OKLAHOMA CONNECTIONS ACADEMY (OKCA):  A FREE public school, serving students grades K- 12. The 2014-14 school years begins August 1, 2014 to May 2015. This is tuition free, online public school which meets the stated educational standards. Contact: 1-800-382-6010.  918-977-3285.  Fax- 918-331-3629  Email- info@connectionseducation.com

OKLAHOMA DENTAL FOUNDATION: Provides free dental care for needy children/adults. A traveling mobile Winnebago fully equipped with dentist, assistants, etc. Call 405-241-1299 to determine next visit in Great Tulsa. www.okdf.org, located at 317 N.E. 13th St, OKC, OK 73104

OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION SERVICES: toll free at 800-487-4042  Provides vocational evaluation, counseling and guidance, training and assistance with job placement for Oklahomans with disabilities.

OKLAHOMA INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAMS- NRCYS- for those DHS youth who do not qualify for Yes, I Can (age 18 t 21).  If you are a DHS or Tribal Custody youth, age 16 to 18, you could be eligible for special expenses (i.e. drivers ed, $300. misc. expenses, educational needs; work clothing, graduation expenses, etc.Contact Sue Nicely or Susan Bergman- 918 660 3736. -susan.bergmann@ou.edu

OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF FAITH BASED AND COMMUNITY INITIATIVES: Helping Oklahoma’s poor and disadvantaged by establishing faith links; linking government with faith based and community organizations to provide social services.  Contact Robin Jones- robin.jones@faithlinksok.org, 405-522-9606

OPERATION HOPE PRISON MINISTRY: 1839 N Boston Ave, Tulsa 74106  918-599-0663 Email:operationhope@ohpm.org website: www.ohpm.org  A non profit organization under CJAMM. Provides counseling, tutoring, and mentoring services to the men, women and children who have been impacted by incarceration.

OVERCOMING JOB TANSITION (OJT): A hands on workshop for the Unemployed and Underemployed, meeting at Asbury United Methodist Church at 6767 S. Mingo in Tulsa the THIRD TUESDAY of the month from 6:30 to 9:00 PM Call Russ Knight at 918-640-6148 or OJTJobs@gmail.com

OWASSO COMMUNITY RESOURCES: 109 N. Birch St, Suite 109, Owasso OK Phone: 918-272-4969 website: www.tulsaworld.com/owassohelps  An agency offering utility assistance, inexpensive transportation, counseling, life enrichment education, a food pantry and other services for Owasso and Collinsville residents who are in need.

OXFORD HOUSE, INC.: A self-run, self-supporting addiction recovery homes, 54 houses and 460 beds To assist recovering addicts by providing low cost housing, same gender homes, some for women and children, minimal costs. Call Lori   504-430-8554, www.oxfordhouse.org Email: jventure@sitgm.org  Cell: 918.231.1517 

PALMER CONTINUUM OF CARE, INC: 5319 S. Lewis Ave, Suite 219, Tulsa, OK 74105-WWW.PALMER-TULSA.ORG. They focus on adolescent substance abuse and the challenges family members face. Extended family members are encouraged to participate. Services are free of charge, for more info call 918-832-7763  email: info@palmer-tulsa.org

PARENT CHILD CENTER OF TULSA: Located at 1421 S. Boston Avenue, Tulsa OK 74119. It offers education, treatment, advocacy and prevention services focused on child abuse and neglect.  Ongoing needs diapers, clothing books, toys, tickets to community events, cleaning supplies, volunteers etc. Contact Carol Keeley- ckeeley@parentchildcenter.org, 918 -699-0522 or  918-231-1923 or Jenny Kaufman at jkauffman@parentchildcenter.org, 918-699-0553 or 918-814-5093

PARKSIDE PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL & CLINIC: 1620 East 12th Street, Tulsa, OK 74120 918-588-8888  Providing psychiatric services to those affected by mental illness and related disorders. Covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most commercial insurances.

PENNINGTON CREEK LIFEHOUSE: LLC is an outpatient behavioral health center, located at 130 N. Greenwood AVenue, Tulsa, OK 74120. Call 539-664-4621 They provide a wide variety of services, including emergency crisis intervention, individual counseling/therapy, individual rehabilitation, alcohol and drug counseling, sex offender treatment, improving school performance. Overall objective is to match the person with the therapist who has the expertise.

POCKET FULL OF HOPE:  A nonprofit organization serving as a safe haven for youth from ages 7 to 19. They develop life-skills and learning through music, theater, dance, video and photography. Participants gain knowledge of healthy choices, social skills and self-esteem.  Located at 1325 E. Apache, Tulsa OK 74106   918-430-1700  Website: www.apfoh.com

PRN Services: located at 4325 E. 51st ST, Suite 116, T 74136- rgivens@prntulsa.com --- 817 828 9961, ext. 107. Placement coordinator is Clifton Fendley- cfendley@prntulsa.com  This is a unique employment services organization that provides staffing solutions, short/long term placement, prescreening as well as payroll and accounting. Additionally, for the first 90 days, PRN hires the individual until the employer determines hiring or releasing and also provides the initial benefits package for the applicant.They deal with both non exempt and exempt positions, non professional and professional. Additionally, they work with felons and those without a high school diploma and provide general counseling services.  They also provide a wide variety of bookkeeping services.

PRECIOUS PEOPLE INTERNATIONAL: Working with the disadvantaged and homeless, providing assistance such as clothing, food and Bibles to those in desperate need and teachings from the Bible.  The good news message is often shared with those needing assistance.  Also providing necessities for adults and children during the holiday times of the year.  P.O. Box 700831 Tulsa, Ok. 74170 (918)493-5859

PROM WISHES INC: Non-profit organization, run by teens-  located at 10532 N. 20th West Ave, in Sperry OK, 918 288 6227 - www. prom-wishes-inc.org. They provide free gowns, tuxes and all the trimmings for youth unable to cover these expenses.

REBUILDING TOGETHER TULSA:  For elders only- ramps, roofs and handrails. Call 918-742-6241

RESTORE HOPE: 960 Charles Paige Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74127, call 918-581-5761 – Assistance with food, clothing and rent.

RESTORING LIVES PROGRAM: 3308 W. 61s St. Tulsa, OK, 74132  A faith based prison reintegration and drug free transitional living center, focusing on mind, body and spirit approach to regaining independence.  Contact Dustan Evans, Director-  (918) 445 2900, rlp@rtestoring livesprogram.org -  www.restoring lives program.org

ROSE ROCK ACADEMY: 3301 N.Martin Luther King Blvd, OKC 74111-  405-548-1280. Established in 2007, this is a residential and therapeutic treatment facilities for male/female youth age 5 to 17, with diagnosis of Autism spectrum disorder, including impaired social interaction and cognitive formation, preoccupation with self gratification, self injurious behavior and aggression towards others.

SAFECARE PROGRAM: is a voluntary parenting program offered through the PCC of Tulsa to provide support and education for pregnant women and parents of young children from 0-5 years old. The goal is to create an environment in which children are protected and nurtured and have a change to develop to their fullest ability. The SafeCare home visitor will provide info about child development, creative ways to support you as you bond with your child as well as identifying a wide variety of resources within the community to assist.  Call 918-599-7999, available 24/7      1421 S. Boston, Tulsa OK 74119       www.parentchildcenter.org

SAINT ELIZABETH LODGE:2450 North Harvard Tulsa OK  74115  918-949-4673  Apartments for single moms with children and married couples with families as a temporary transition to self- sustaining permanence. One adult must be employed.  Call for application or go to website www.cctulsa.org

SALVATION ARMY, SOCIAL SERVICES DEP: 312 W Brady St, Tulsa, OK 74103  918-582-7201  Emergency family and individual assistance with food, shelter, utilities, Travelers Assistance Program, counseling and lodging, meals, job counseling, work clothing and transportation.

SAVE OUR BABIES OUTREACH PROGRAM: under the Metropolitan Tulsa Urban League, located at 240 E. Apache in Tulsa, OK 74106- 918 584 0001 X 313. Overall objective is to reduce the mortality rate for babies, providing prenatal care, case management, emergency baby items, seminars and a variety of other support programs. 

SECOND SATURDAY: An easy access, single serve, once a month outreach activities, an easy way to begin making a difference in the Tulsa area, just show up. For more info call Todd Craig, tcraig@asburytulsa.org, 918-392-1153

SILVERLINING- a  FREE Christian based grief recovery program that provides help, hope and healing. It was created by Pastor David Willets, formerly of Tulsa's Parkview Baptist Church, after the loss of his wife and daughter in an automobile accident. It is available every Tuesday from 4 to 5:00 PM at Moore's Southlawn Chapel, located at 9350 East 51st St, Tulsa, OK 7445. Call 918-663-2233 to sign up for classes. 

SOONER SUCCESS: Provides assistance to parents who have children, aged birth to 21 years of age, with disabilities and special needs to find resources within the community. Ongoing needs: pull ups diapers in every size. Contact Lisa DeBolt at lisa-debolt@ouhsc.edu, website www.oumedicine.com/soonersuccess  toll free 877-441-0434 or Gina Ferman-  gina-ferman@ouhsc.edu, cell 918-694-5004

SUICIDE:  National Suicide Prevention hot line- 1 800 273 8255--Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of deaths among Oklahoma teens.

STAND IN THE GAP MINISTRIES: A ministry that encourages and trains churches to equip their members to reach out to widows, the fatherless, the disabled, elderly, lonely, prisoners and youth aging out of foster care and the poor.  It utilizes a transformation model, surrounding a person in need with a support group.  www.sitgm.org – 918-585-6112

ST. PAULS METHODIST CHURCH: 1442 S. Quaker Ave. Tulsa, 918-585-95986; every Friday- a meal available- Manna Meals. 

STREET SCHOOL, founded in 1973 by volunteers from Presbyterian Church as a non profit for helping at risk youth age 14 to 19. Located at 1135 S. Yale Ave, Tulsa OK (918) 833 9800. Street School's focus is dropout prevention, intervention and is nationally certified in substance abuse treatment. 

TAKE CONTROL INITIATIVE: Empowering women with the choice of when to bear children through education, outreach and free clinical services. Contact Kimberly Butler at 918-392 -612

TEEN CHALLENGE: Challenge- see New Lifehouse for Girls, OK City Teen Challenge, Brush Creek Youth Ranch for Boys, Sunrise Ranch for Men.

  • NEW LIFEHOUSE FOR GIRLS: a program of Teen Challenge, a 12-15 month residential program that aides in restoring lives. Providing mentoring, group studies, personal studies, vocational learning, accredited schooling and biblical counseling. Call 918 435 8206, www.okteenchallengecom/girls;Rev. Shawn and Shannon Blankenship are Program Directors

  • OK CITY TEEN CHALLENGE: a 12-15 a program of Teen Challenge,  that aides in restoring lives. Providing mentoring, group studies, personal studies, vocational learning, accredited schooling and biblical counseling. Call 1-405 600 7417 or 1 405 600 1920, Robert Dancz is Program Director.

  • BRUSH CREEK YOUTH RANCH FOR BOYS: a 12-15 a program of Teen Challenge, a 12-15 month residential program that aides in restoring lives. Providing mentoring, group studies, personal studies, vocational learning, accredited schooling and biblical counseling. Endorsed by Rev. Billy Graham  -Call 1-405 600 7417 or 1 405 600 1920

  • SUNRISE RANCH FOR MEN: 12-15 a program of Teen Challenge, a 12-15 month residential program that aides in restoring lives of men.  Providing mentoring, group studies, personal studies, vocational learning, accredited schooling and biblical counseling. Call 580 429 3940.

THE BAIR FOUNDATION:   2921 E. 91st St. Tulsa, OK 74137- 918 298 5059. A Christ centered foster care agency involved with temporary or permanent placements (adoption) of children in need. Regular, emergency and therapeutic placements.

THE CENTER FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH PHYSICAL CHALLENGES- Wide range of wellness and recreational programs and rehabilitation services for people with physical challenges.  Located at 815 S. Utica Avenue- Tulsa, OK 74104- 918-584-8607.

THE CENTER FOR THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS: Provides necessary counseling and recovery needs and  comprehensive treatment facility for individuals and their families. Call 918-384-0002 for more information or to schedule an appointment. Located at 4845 S. Sheridan, Suite 510, Tulsa, OK 74115   www.ctioklahoma.org

THE GRIEF CENTER: 3930 E. 31st St, Tulsa, OK - 918 587 1200. This is a non-profit organization assisting individuals in the stages of grief. Go to www.thegriefcenter.org for more info. 

THE HARVEST: 2232 S. Nogales in West Tulsa, 918 760 6219. A nonprofit fresh food market which provides access to basic nutrition at the lowest possible cost, plus a 24/7 prayer room and teaching kitchen.

THE LITTLE LIGHTHOUSE: serves children with disabilities from Tulsa and surrounding communities. Located at 5120 E. 36th St. Tulsa, OK 918 664 6746.

THE ONE CHILD PROJECT: Provides food to hungry individuals and families. Contact Eric & Abby Vardeman- eric@theonechildproject.org or abby@theonechildproject.org. Call 918 808 6467.

TOWN & COUNTRY SCHOOL:  located at 5150 E. 101st St, Tulsa OK, it is one of 17 in the state approved to accept Lindsey Nicole Henry scholarships. It is the state’s only full-day private school for children with learning disabilities, attention disorders and Asperger’s syndrome. Telephone 296 3113

TRISTESSE GRIEVING CENTER:  a non-profit organization that assist persons who lost a loved one.  You may find more info at the link http://www.thegriefcenter.org/.

TULSA ADVOCATES FOR THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN: Partners with OKDHS to improve the lives of abused and neglected children in Tulsa County through advocacy, resource development best practice service provision and community outreach. Ongoing needs: foster parents, volunteers and basis items for infants to teens. Contact Louise Marr, tapc@tulsacoxmail.com- 918 560 5880 or April Waller- April.waller@okdhs.org, 918 560 4742.

TULSA BOYS HOME: P O Box 1101, Tulsa, OK 74101, 918-245-0231  Provides residential treatment for boys with mental health, behavioral and substance abuse issues. Length of stay dependent on need of resident. For boys age 11 to 17, they utilize horse assisted therapy.

TULSA BUSINESS EXCHANGE: an organization that provides members to exchange services and products in an exchange transaction. Go to http://businessexchange.bz/ for more information.  

TULSA BEACON: a local Christian newspaper providing family oriented information and stories with a focus on spiritual growth. Located at P O Box 35099 Tulsa, OK 74153-   918 523 4425,

TULSA CAA: Provides assistance for first time home buyers for Tulsa area residents – call 918-382-3200

TULSA CITY-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT CHILD GUIDANCE: Promotes and supports healthy family relationships and child development. It provides prevention, education, screenings, diagnostics and short term treatment to children and families. all 918 594 4720, www.tulsa-health.org

TULSA DAY CENTER: 415 West Archer, Tulsa OK 74103; 918 583 5588, www.tulsadaycenter.org
Providing help to anyone seeking assistance or who has been referred. Functions include food, shower facilities, personal care items, also permanent mailing address, sleeping accommodations; nurse clinic; etc. Also for residents moving to new household, beds, household items and House Warming Kit.

TULSA DREAM CENTER: Provides frees clothing, food, education, socialization, medical and dental care. Located at 200 W. 46th St, North Tulsa, OK 74126- 918 430 9984

TULSA HEALING COMMUNITIES: A group whose overall objective is to help former inmates transition back into society while also playing a supportive role to the victims of crime and their families. Individuals being released from custody need to find a supportive caring environment in a forgiving atmosphere so they do not return back to a life of crime.  Tulsa churches are coming together to help those affected  by erach church becoming a station of hope and restoration. For more information contact  918-402-4735.

TULSA HOPE ACADEMY:  624 S. Boston Ave, Suite 330- Tulsa OK 74119- contact Debbie McCullough, Executive director- drmccullough@tulsahope.org- 918 398 8192, Fax 918 398 0173- cell 918 284 5737. Objective is to bring hope, self-worth and direction to at-risk teens through education and youth development programs. Building the future one youth at a time.

TULSA LAWYERS FOR CHILDREN: Located in the City Plex Towers, Tulsa- Executive Director Barbara Sears. Provides volunteer attorneys to serve as advocates for children/youth in need. More information: www.tulsalawyersforchildren.org

TULSA NEIGHBORHOOD NETWORKS: A ministry that builds bridges and relationships through education and empowerment that help move people to stability, hope and tangible progress. They provide clothing, medical care, food, youth camps, pre and post natal training and other services to Tulsa’s Westside.  www.contact churct.net—918 447 1130

TULSA REENTRY ONE-STOP CENTER: 533 E. 36th St. N, or call 211. It is coordinated by Community Services, 918 585 5551, , contact arkley@csctulsa.org. This provides employment and training for men (and women too) and have a peer support specialist, transition coordinator and job coaches.

TULSA URBAN DEVELOPMENT: Provides roofs, sewers, plumbing, electrical, heat/air and ramps for qualified residents in Tulsa City limits. Call 918 596 2600

TULSA WEATHER COALITION: provides air conditioners and ramps, call 918-834-2665

TULSA WORKS: Goodwill Industries of Tulsa-career preparation and employment linked with family support assistance. Finding jobs, get trained, build a resume, practice interviewing, network with employers. Call 918 584 7291, 2800 Southwest Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74107

UPPER ROOM RESALE SHOP: Grace Lutheran  church. A ministry which sells donated clothing, housewares and other goods to needy families and donates proceeds to other non profits. 'Located at 2331 E. 5th Place, open from 8 to noon, first Saturday of each month. 918-592-2999

USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT: Grants for individuals age 62 and over, must own land and home. Also, low interest loans for age 60 plus adults, Call 918 256 7863

VETERANS: Crisis line if feeling hopeless and or self-destructive. 1-800-273-8255 Ext. 1

VISION USA: Established in 1991 to provide basic eye examinations to Americans in need. Member doctors of the American Optometric Association donate services. Applicants must :1-have no private or government insurance, including Medicare or Medicaid/  2. have income below the established level based on household size/ 3- no eye exam within the past 24 months /4-must be a US citizen or legal resident/ 5- no VISION USA referral in the last two years. . Contact via email at VISIONUSA@aoa.orgtanc

WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Serves Mayes, Nowata, Rogers, Wagoner, Washington and Tulsa counties, it is the nation’s largest residential energy efficient program assisting low income individuals, primarily the elderly, disabled and families with children. Call 918 341 5000.

WESTERN NEIGHBORS: 981 S. Tacoma Avenue, Tulsa, OK, 445-8849- distribution of donated food, U.S. commodities, clothing, financial aid for utilities (when available) to residents living south and west of the Arkansas River. 1740 W. 41st St Tulsa, OK 74107

WINGS OF FREEDOM: Located at 9897 E 11th Street in God's Shining Light Church - 918-584-8879 - www.wingsoffreedomok.com - is a faith-based, sober-living community offering recovery support. With four apartment complexes and 107 units, Wings serves single men and women, single parents with children, married couples and families. (Clients are expected to seek and find employment, to pay program fees (which includes housing), attend services and meetings, submit to drug and alcohol testing and abide by other program rules). Wings serves clients coming out of incarceration, residential treatment and by referral from churches and pastors.

WORK OPPORTUNITY RECOVERY CENTERS  (WORC): This Christian ministry provides help to men and women who have been homeless, in prison, unemployed or on welfare or struggling with their purpose in life, These individuals are hired for home/work projects at a very cost effective arrangement. Transforming lives from poverty to purpose. Call 918 583 3670, or www.tulsacan.org A Christian non-for-profit ministry designed to help men and women live out their God-created purpose by providing cost effective general work.

XAVIER MEDICAL CLINIC: 10711 E. 11th St, Tulsa 74115- 918 583 7233- provides free or low cost medical services- call for hours, accepts uninsured and underinsured. 

YOU BUY WE FLY: A personal delivery service started in July 2010 and added to You Need We Feed in November. The companies drivers are the middle people between donors and charitable organizations and the service of pick up and deliver is offered free of charge.  Contact 918-906-0063 for more information

YOUNG LIFE TULSA: A program for adolescents whereby staff and volunteers form a relationship with the youth and assist in the purpose and calling on their life. Call 918 665 8525 tulsasametro@tulsa.younglife.org- P O Box 33176 Tulsa, OK 74153

YOUTH SERVICES OF TULSA:  Provides services to at-risk youth (aged 12 to 18 and some up to 24) in Tulsa County. Located at 311 South Madison in Tulsa, OK 74120. Ongoing needs for furniture for apartments, tickets for concerts, ballgames and other events. Contact Liz Cramton, lcramton@yst.org, 918 382 4402 and cell 918 408 2528

AttachmentSize
Oklahoma City Resource Guide528.57 KB
Additional Resource Listing1.2 MB