Financial & Emergency Assistance


Getting help with prescriptions:
Partnership for Prescriptions 1-888-477-2669
Or visit their nation wide website at http://www.pparx.org/

Tulsa
Boston Helping Hands
700 S. Boston 918-584-6943
In His Image (Good Samaritan)
7600 S Lewis 918-493-7884
Neighbor to Neighbor
305 E. 36th Street 918-425-5578

For help with food banks, clothing closets, shelters, rent assistance, & utility assistance call:
United Way Services
(2-1-1) listed in your area or other number listed by your area of service
Tulsa Metro – 2-1-1
Oklahoma City Metro – 2-1-1
Southeastern Oklahoma – 2-1-1
Northeastern counties: 918-336-2255 (the counties of: Washington, Delaware, Nowata, Craig, Mayes, & Ottawa)
Northern Oklahoma – 580-765-5551 ( the counties of: Grant, Kay, Noble, Osage, Pawnee, & Payne)
Southwest Oklahoma -580-355-7575 ( the counties of: Beckham, Washita, Caddo, Comanche, Cotton, Kiowa, Tillman, Greer, Jackson, & Harmon)

Halfway Houses and Christ Centered Ministries in Oklahoma

Oklahoma City Metro

Exodus House Ministries
405-530-2015 or 2014
433 N.W. 25th St. SBasler@okumc.org.
Oklahoma City, Ok. 73106 http://www.okumcministries.org/CJAMM/Exodus_House.htm

Raising the Standard Ministries, Inc.
Women transitional houses
P.O.Box 2245
Oklahoma City, Ok. 73101 405-228-4042

Northeastern


Agra
Freedom Restoration
okfreedom@brightok.net
P.O. Box 74824 http://www.freedomrestoration.org/
Agra, Oklahoma 918-375-2585

Tulsa
Exodus House Ministries
405-530-2015 or 2014
2624 E. Newton St., Apt. E
Tulsa, Ok.,74110

Sober Living Residents & Shelters


Charles Page Family Village

918-245-6592 Single mom with 2 or more kids
Madonna House
918-585-5186 Pregnant women
St. Elizabeth’s Lodge
918-585-5068
Day Center for the Homeless
Housing families
918-583-5588
Day Spring Villa
918-245-4075 Women & their children
Glory House
918-584-1808 Women/domestic violence

Northwestern


Free At Last

580-9945358 For women
729 Cynthia Drive 580-256-2837
Mooreland, Ok 73852 saviorsservant@yahoo.com

Southwest


Acres of Diamonds
580-591-0190 For women
615 Summit
Lawton, Ok 73501

Utility Assistance

Electric and Gas Company Programs

 

Note: The following provisions affecting electric and gas utilities are detailed in rules of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.

Average Monthly Payment Plan

 

Each electric and gas utility must offer its residential customers the option of being billed on an “average monthly payment plan” which allows the consumer to pay the same amount each month, thus avoiding unexpectedly high bills which may be difficult to pay.

Financial Assistance Delay

 

This provision postpones electric or gas service disconnection due to failure to pay the bill. When a residential customer has applied for and is awaiting financial assistance, including Social Security or SSI, from a federal, state or local social service agency, and the utility has initiated written notice of disconnection, it shall delay disconnection of service for a period of at least 20 days from the date such notice was either delivered or mailed to the residential customer, provided:

  • The reason for disconnection is nonpayment of the utility bill.
  • The consumer has notified the utility that he or she has applied for and is awaiting financial assistance.
  • Verification from the involved agency must be provided in the form required by the utility.
  • If the expected financial assistance is less than is owed by the customer, the utility may require the customer to enter into a deferred payment agreement.

A utility is not required to furnish service to a person unless there is a reasonable expectation of payment except where other rules of the commission apply.

Life Threatening Situation

 

A life-threatening situation is defined as one where the consumer or other permanent resident of the household is dependent upon equipment that is prescribed by a doctor, operated on electricity or gas and is necessary to sustain the person’s life. Examples of life-sustaining equipment would be kidney dialysis machines, oxygen concentrators, cardiac monitors, and in some cases heating and air conditioning when prescribed by a licensed medical doctor. If battery back-up for the life-sustaining equipment is normally available, then it is not considered a life-threatening situation. Corporation Commission rules specifically list some items that are not considered life-sustaining equipment. They include stoves, hot water heaters, refrigerators, nebulizers that are battery or hand driven or “self-contained,” battery driven sleep apnea monitors or battery driven cardiac monitors.

An electric utility must suspend disconnection of service or reconnect service if the customer notifies the utility that disconnection of service will cause a life-threatening situation for the customer or other permanent resident of the household. The customer must obtain medical verification of the life-threatening condition and provide this to the utility (on a form required by the utility) within 30 days from the customer’s notification to the utility that the life-threatening situation exists.

This provision does not require electric or gas companies to maintain utility service indefinitely to a customer who does not pay the bill, even though a life-threatening situation may exist. The utility is only required to extend such service for 30 days from the notification of the life-threatening situation. If payment or payment agreement is not made by then, cutoff can occur. A customer can apply for one additional 30-day grace period before the first 30 days has ended.

The life-threatening situation provision does not relieve a customer of the obligation to pay the electric or gas bill in full or make arrangements for time payments.

Any false information a customer provides in order to prevent service disconnection under this provision is grounds for disconnection.

Notification Procedure for Elderly and Handicapped Customers

 

Elderly and disabled electric and gas utility customers can advance notify a utility that they want special notification if disconnection of service is imminent. The procedure requires the utility to both call and send written notice to the Corporation Commission’s Consumer Services Division five days before an elderly or handicapped customer’s service will be cut off due to nonpayment. The Consumer Services Division can then request an additional five day delay before service is cut off.

Consumer Services Division
Public Utility Complaints
800-522-8154
405-521-2331
OCC TTY Number: 405-521-3513

Telephone Service Discounts

 

Lifeline Program and Link-Up America:
Also known as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Universal Service Program for Low-Income Consumers. Federal law requires telephone companies doing business across state lines to offer discount telephone installation and service fees for low income individuals. Lifeline programs reduce monthly telephone charges for low income families while Link-Up America reduces installation charges. Lifeline and Link-Up America programs can vary from state to state. States in which telephone companies recover all their discount program costs from the federal Universal Service Fund must use the federal program eligibility criteria. States which have their own discount programs, like Oklahoma (see O.S. 17-139.105), may have different or additional eligibility criteria.

In Oklahoma, the Lifeline Program provides a $7.85 monthly discount for local telephone service. Customers thus pay between $7 and $11 a month for basic service, depending on where they live. Fifty percent of the standard installation fee is also waived.

To be eligible for Oklahoma’s Lifeline Program a person must be eligible for or receive assistance from one of the following programs:

  • Food Stamps
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
  • Medicaid
  • SSI
  • Vocational Rehabilitation, including, but not limited to, aid to the deaf and hard of hearing
  • State Sales Tax Relief Act

Enhanced Lifeline Service

 

This program provides $1 a month basic telephone service and a 50% waiver of the standard telephone installation fee. Qualifying individuals must live on current or former tribal land. (64 of Oklahoma’s 77 counties include former tribal land.) A person must also be participating in one of these programs:

  • Food Stamps
  • Medicaid
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Oklahoma Sales Tax Relief
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs general assistance
  • Tribally administered TANF
  • Head Start
  • National Free School Lunch Program

To apply for these discounts through Southwestern Bell (SWB) call:
800-464-7928 Press menu choice #1, then select menu choice for Lifeline, Enhanced Lifeline or Link-Up America.
800-246-4999 (SWB number for regular service inquiries, automated)
800-559-0050 Spanish language
800-522-8506 and 800-722-0353 Voice/TTY Relay

Southwestern Bell will give the applicant a card to take to a Department of Human Services (DHS) county office where the person’s caseworker will stamp and sign the card to verify that the individual participates in one of the DHS programs listed. DHS caseworkers may also directly inform clients about the discount programs, provide them with stamped verification cards and refer them to the telephone company already prepared to make application for the discount programs.

Indian tribe social services provide verification if a person participates in one of the tribal programs listed. For information on how to verify vocational rehabilitation participation contact David Couch, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, Department of Rehabilitation Services, at 405-951-3584 or 800-845-8476.

Directory Assistance charge exemption due to disability

 

If you are unable to use the Southwestern Bell white page directory due to a disability you can apply for an exemption from the regular Directory Assistance charge. Call 800-585-7928 or your local SWB business office for information. When phone service is provided by another company, contact that company’s business or customer service offices for information on any Directory Assistance provisions for customers with disabilities.

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program

This program provides low income families with limited financial help to pay winter home heating and summer cooling bills. Apply at Department of Human Services (DHS) county offices during open application periods. Contact your county DHS office to find out when applications will be taken. There is usually a brief application period in early winter for heating assistance and again one in late spring for summer cooling assistance.

Other Financial Assistance for Utility Bills


Sources Near You:
Note: Utility assistance from charitable organizations is subject to availability of funds and eligibility criteria used by each organization. Also see “Financial and Emergency Assistance – Regional” in the Financial Assistance chapter. Some tribal programs also help with utility bills.

Boise City
Salvation Army – Cimarron County
580-544-3022
Bartlesville:
Churches United for Community Concern

918-336-4693
Lighthouse Outreach Center
918-336-9029
Salvation Army
918-336-6454

Blackwell:
Associated Charities
580-363-1290

Bristow:
Bristow Social Services
918-367-5400

Buffalo:
Salvation Army – Harper County
580-735-2720

Chandler:
Chandler Ministerial Alliance
405-258-0483
Salvation Army Services for Lincoln County
405-258-1418

Claremore:
Church at Claremore
918-341-1765
Salvation Army
918-343-0531
First Christian Church, Disciples of Christ
918-341-1199

Coweta
Wa-Ro-Ma Tri-county Community Action Agency

918-486-2471

Enid:
Community Development Support Association

580-242-6131
Salvation Army – Garfield County
580-237-1910

Eufaula:
Salvation Army (satellite)
918-689-2524

Grove:
Christian HELP Center
918-786-6798

Guthrie
Action, Inc. of Guthrie
405-282-4332
Guthrie Ministerial Alliance
405-282-4080

Hugo:
Little Dixie Community Action Agency, Inc.
580-326-3466

Meeker:
Ministerial Alliance of Meeker
405-279-3884

Miami:
Ottawa County Ministerial Alliance Emergency Assistance Fund
918-540-2815
Salvation Army
918-540-7639

Muskogee:
Gospel Rescue Mission
918-682-3489
Salvation Army
918-682-3384

Norman:
Action Inc. of Cleveland County
405-329-6079
Salvation Army
405-364-9910

Nowata:
Salvation Army
918-273-2327

Oklahoma City Area:
Guild of St. George
405-232-9014
Hope Center of Edmond
405-348-1340
In His Name Ministries
405-942-7831
Jesus House
405-232-7164
Neighbor for Neighbor
405-236-0473
Presbyterian Urban Missions
405-235-6855
Salvation Army – Oklahoma City
405-270-7800
Compassionate Hands
405-354-9591
Yukon Sharing Ministry
405-354-9456

Okmulgee:
Salvation Army

918-756-9224

Perry:
Operation Blessing
580-336-3313

Ponca City:
NERA Emergency Resource Agency
580-765-5372|
Salvation Army – Kay County
580-762-7501

Pryor:
Salvation Army (Community Action Program)
918-825-3423
United Methodist Church
918-825-0346

Purcell:
Delta Community Action Foundation, Inc.

405-527-6537

Sallisaw:
Catholic Charities Helping Center

918-775-6111
Outreach Center
918-775-6443

Sand Springs:
Sand Springs Welfare Association
918-245-5183

Sapulpa:
Sapulpa Corps Community Center

918-224-4415

Seiling:
Salvation Army – Dewey County
580-922-4484

Shawnee:
Action, Inc.
405-275-6060
Salvation Army
405-275-2243

Family Promise of Shawnee
www.familypromiseshawnee.org
405-273-0161
Works with homeless families in the Shawnee area

Tahlequah:
Cookson Hills Community Action Foundation
918-456-0571

Tulsa:
American Legion (veterans only)
918-584-4274
Boston Avenue Helping Hands, Inc.
918-584-4701
Broken Arrow Neighbors
(no-interest loans for emergencies)
918-251-7781
Catholic Charities
918-585-8167
Neighbor for Neighbor
918-425-5578
Project Get Together
918-835-2882
Restore Hope Ministries
(no-interest loans for emergencies)
918-582-5766
Salvation Army Social Services Center
918-582-7201
Western Neighbors
918-445-8840

Watonga:
Opportunities, Inc.
580-623-7283

Woodward:
Salvation Army – Ellis and Woodward Counties
580-256-1083


Central Oklahoma

Adventist Community Services
P.O. Box 32098
4735 N.W. 63rd St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73123-0298
405-721-6110
405-721-7594 Fax
Services:
Assistance for needy individuals and families:
Clothing
Food
Bedding
Other

American Cancer Society
Heartland Division Oklahoma City Metro Office
4323 N.W. 63rd Street, Suite 110
Oklahoma City, OK 73116-1598
405-843-9888
405-848-0795 Fax
Services:
For people with cancer: Transportation to and from treatments

American Red Cross – Hughes County
110 N. Bell
Shawnee, OK 74801
405-273-8800

American Red Cross of Central Oklahoma
601 N.E. 6th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73104-6200
405-232-7121
405-236-5691 Fax
405-232-7121 Hotline
Website: http://www.redcross.org/ok/okc
Services:
Emergency assistance (food, shelter, financial help) for disaster victims
Transportation for medical appointments, when volunteers are available
Advance schedule

American Red Cross – Payne County (Stillwater Chapter)
808 S. Main
Stillwater, OK 74074
405-372-1833

Associated Catholic Charities
1501 N. Classen Blvd, Suite 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73106-6699
405-523-3000
405-523-3030 Fax
800-375-8514 Hotline
Services:
Disaster assistance
Financial aid and social services for families in need
Heartland Share – 2 hours volunteer work plus $13.00 for a monthly food package of $25.00 and $30.00.
Refugee resettlement
Senior housing
Immigration assistance

CarePoint, Inc.
1211 N. Shartel Ave., Suite 802
Oklahoma City, OK 73103-2425
405-232-2437 TTY
405-232-2447 Fax
800-285-CARE (2273)
Services:
For low income persons with HIV/AIDS:
Variety of social, health and support services
Prescription drug help, dental care
Transportation, housing, nutrition

Central Oklahoma Association for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired
(COAD-HI)
525 N.W. 13th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73103-2238
405-236-5513
405-236-5513 TTY
Services:
Hearing Aid Assistance Program.
Call for eligibility and application information.

Christian Service Center
115 S.W. 24th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109-6015
405-236-5956
405-236-3544 Fax
Services:
Clothing for needy families
Food for DHS referrals
Limited furniture and household goods

Christmas in April OKC
3200 N.W. 48th Street, Suite 201
Oklahoma City, OK 73112-5911
405-947-5876
405-947-6044 Fax
Services:
Home repair for low-income persons age 60 plus
Applications are reviewed in the fall and repairs done in April.

City Care
136 N.W. 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73103-4904
405-232-3232
405-232-1111 Fax
Services:
Clothing closet
Free breakfasts

City Rescue Mission, Inc.
P.O. Box 25264
523 S. Robinson Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0264
405-232-2709
405-236-0341 Fax
Services:
Homeless shelter for needy individuals and families

Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and
Oklahoma & Canadian Counties
(See Community Action Agencies, this Section))
1900 N.W. 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73106-2455
405-232-0199
405-232-9074 Fax
Services:
Home repair and weatherization, rehabilitation
Homebuyer assistance
Social and community services

Community Development Program
(Sponsored by Community Lighthouse Church of God in Christ)
4004 Jones Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73135-2529
405-677-9432
405-751-6391 Fax
Services:
Food pantry for needy families
Home delivered meals, 2 Saturdays monthly to eligible elderly and disabled persons

Contact Telephone Helpline
P.O. Box 12832, Oklahoma City, OK 73157
405-848-2273 Helpline
405-840-9396 Office
405-840-9552 Fax
Services:
Information and referral to community services
Suicide intervention, confidential llistening in crisis situations

Council Road Baptist Church
2900 N. Council Rd
Bethany, OK 73008-4400
405-789-3175
Services:
Food pantry

Delta Community Action Foundation, Inc.
(See Community Action Agencies, this Section)
223 W. Washington Street
Purcell, OK 73080-4251
405-527-6537
450-527-6538 Fax
Services:
Emergency food and shelter
Limited financial help for rent and utilities
Homeless assistance
Public transportation
Home repair and weatherization
Must live in service area

Downtown Baptist Church
629 W. Main Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73102-2255
405-232-6977
Services:
Food pantry, hot meals on site
Clothing closet

Easter Seals Oklahoma
2100 N.W. 63rd Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73116-5199
405-848-2525
405-842-9704 Fax
Services:
Financial help for purchase of medical equipment supplies and services for individuals with disabilities. Age and income criteria apply.
Speech/language therapy
Physical therapy
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) intervention
Hearing tests
Vision screening
Other screening for children. Fees apply.

Epilepsy Association of the Sooner State
711 Stanton L. Young Blvd., Suite 550
Oklahoma City, OK 73104-5022
405-271-3232
405-271-3366 Fax
Services:
Emergency help with prescription seizure medicine

Good Shepherd Ministries of First Baptist Church
222 N.W. 12th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73103-3701
405-232-8631
405-272-2939 Fax
Services:
For low income and homeless individuals:
Clothing
Food, by referral only
Medical
Dental, clinic provides X-rays and extractions only

Grace Rescue Mission
2205 Exchange Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73108-2656
405-232-5756
Services:
Emergency shelter for homeless men and families

Greater Mt. Carmel Baptist Church
P.O. Box 893077
3721 Staton Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73189-3077
Services:
Food baskets
Clothing for the needy

Guild of St. George
127 NW 7th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73102-6090
405-232-9014
Services:
Limited emergency financial assistance for prescriptions and utility bills (up to $25.00)

Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity
5005 S I-35 Service Road
Oklahoma City, OK 73129
405-232-4828
405-232-4868 Fax
Builds new homes for limited income families.  All homebuyers pay an interest free mortgage on a term of approximately 22 years. House payments include principal, homeowner’s insurance, property taxes, a maintenance fund payment, and applicable Homeowners Association dues. For information on other Habitat affiliates in Oklahoma visit Habitat for Humanity International’s website: www.habitat.org and search by zip code under “Where We Build,” or call 1-800-Habitat (1-800-422-4828).

Hope Center Health Clinic
7 N Broadway, Suite B
Edmond, OK 73034-3731
405-348-4680
405-348-9205 Fax
Services:
Edmond area:
Low income clinic providing primary health care
General care for persons without health benefits
Pediatric services
Pre-natal care
Immunizations
Appointments required

Hope Center of Edmond
P.O. Box 2915
7 N. Broadway Street, Suite A
Edmond, OK 73083-2915
405-348-1340
405-348-6742 Fax
405-348-1340 Hotline
Services:
Food
Clothing
Limited emergency financial assistance
Information and referral
Serves Edmond area residents in need

In His Name Ministries, Inc.
P.O. Box 1208
Bethany, OK 73008-1208
405-942-7831
405-947-1305 Fax
Website: http://www.inhisname.org/
Services:
Emergency financial help as funds are available
Christian oriented assistance program
Serves Central Oklahoma, apply by telephone

Jesus House
1335 W. Sheridan Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73106-5256
405-232-7164
405-232-1369 Fax
405-232-7164 (24 hour Hotline)
Services:
Homeless shelter
Emergency assistance for food, utilities, clothing, furniture, appliances and travel, as funds permit

King’s Klinic
913 NW 90th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73114-2603
405-842-6533
Services:
Free Clinic for needy mothers and their children
Oklahoma City area served

Leukemia Society of America Oklahoma Chapter
3613 NW 56th St., Suite 230
Oklahoma City, OK 73112-4520
405-943-8888
918-492-0792
888-828-4572
405-945-8355 Fax
Services:
Patient aid
Information
Advocacy and support groups for persons with leukemia or a related disease

Maranatha
1701 N.W. 9th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73106-2417
405-239-2413
405-239-2413 Fax
Services:
For low income and homeless persons:
Groceries
Hot meals
Clothing

Mid-Del Food Pantry
P.O. Box 30532
Midwest City, OK 73140-3532
405-732-3603
Services:
Emergency food and assistance

Midwest City Grants Management Division
P.O. Box 10570
100 N. Midwest Blvd.
Midwest City, OK 73140-1570
405-739-1216
405-739-1399 Fax
405-739-1286 TTY
Services:
Home repair assistance programs, serves low to moderate income homeowners in Midwest City
No-interest loans
Emergency repairs
Senior programs 62 plus
Operation Paintbrush, provides paint, materials, and some equipment, while homeowner supplies the labor

Mission Mid-Del
312 S. Midwest Blvd., Suite A
Midwest City, OK 73110-4642
405-737-2010
405-737-7684 Hotline
Services:
For needy families in the Mid-Del area:
Food
Clothing
Limited household goods available

Muscular Dystrophy Association
5601 N.W. 72nd Street, Suite 218
Oklahoma City, OK 73132-5903
405-722-8001
405-722-1602 Fax
Services:
For persons with MD and related diseases:
Therapy evaluations
Medical equipment
Camp
Some medical assistance
Information

National Kidney Foundation of Oklahoma, Inc.
3617 N.W. 58th Street, Suite 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73112-4423
405-947-6405
405-947-6463 Fax
800-946-6405 Hotline
Services:
For kidney patients in Oklahoma:
Emergency financial assistance
Drug discount program
Administers the Oklahoma Kidney Health Revolving Fund, which assists persons with End Stage Renal Disease (dialysis and transplant patients).

Neighbor for Neighbor
300 S.W. 13th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109-5600
405-236-0473
Services:
For needy families/individuals in crisis
Emergency food
Utility assistance
Prescriptions
Transportation
Other services

Neighborhood Housing Services/Oklahoma City, Inc.
2915 N. Classen Blvd., Suite 226
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
405-524-4148
405-524-5450 Fax
Services:
For low to moderate income families:
Loans to assist home purchase
Home repair loans
Down payment/closing cost loans
Homebuyer education classes
Financial counseling

Neighborhood Services Organization, Inc.
431 S.W. 11th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109-5641
405-236-0413
405-236-1871 Fax
Services:
Housing assistance, including a month’s rent for families moving from homelessness
Help for the mentally ill homeless
Other social, medical, and educational services

New Wine Ministry
941 S. Union
Shawnee, OK 74801
405-273-7550

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma (previously Oklahoma City Food Bank)
P.O. Box 270968
3355 S. Purdue
Oklahoma City, OK 73137-0968
405-972-1111
405-688-6447 Fax
Website: http://www.regionalfoodbank.org/
Services:
Food clearinghouse distributes food to nonprofit organizations and churches offering food assistance

Open Arms Free Clinic
6000 N. MacArthur Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73122-7211
405-401-4547
Services:
Free clinic, sign-in at 4:15 p.m. Thursdays, call to check hours in case of change.

Other Options, Inc.
P.O. Box 36
5915 N.W. 23rd Street, Suite 219
Bethany, OK 73008-0036
405-495-2732
405-495-1266 Fax
800-405-2732 InfoLine
Services:
For persons with AIDS and their families:
Food pantry
Counseling and support
Information

Presbyterian Urban Missions
P.O. Box 25712
1008 N. McKinley Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0712
405-235-6855
Services:
For needy families:
Food
Clothing
Household items
Other emergency aid
Financial help may cover prescriptions, utilities, or transportation
Referral preferred

Salvation Army
Oklahoma City Area
Mailing: P.O. Box 2095
Oklahoma City, OK 73101
Finding: 311 S.W. 5th Street
405-270-7800
405-270-7852 Fax
Services:
Food, utility, and limited rent assistance
Emergency shelter
Senior programs: includes meals, transportation, social and health programs

Skyline Urban Ministry
500 S.E. 15th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73129-4302
405-632-2644
405-632-7211 Fax
Services:
Emergency food
Clothing
Hearing and dental check-ups
Personal hygiene kits
Hot showers
Lunches
Eye exams
ESL classes and other services
Have social security cards; single persons need agency referral
Operates Charity Eye Clinic and The Community Cupboard (food and clothing).

Southeast Area Health Center
744 S.E. 25th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73129-4843
405-632-6688
405-634-9611 Fax
Website: http://http://www.se-areahealthcenter.org/
Services:
Low income clinic with sliding scale fees
Provides primary care
Dental clinic for cleaning, extractions, fillings, root canals and crown work

Stillwater Community Health Clinic
P.O. Box 204
Stillwater, OK 74076
405-743-3171

Payne County Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 912
Stillwater, OK 74076-0912
405-377-5406
405-744-5576 Fax

Travelers Aid Society of Oklahoma City
412 N.W. 5th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73102-3011
405-232-5507
405-232-6561 Fax
Services:
For persons who are in transit, stranded in the area or homeless.
Social services
Counseling
Financial help
Case management for families leaving shelters

United Cerebral Palsy of Oklahoma
5208 W. Reno, Suite 275
Oklahoma City, OK 73127
405-917-7080
405-917-7082 Fax
800-827-2289 Hotline
Website: http://http://www.ucpok.org/
Services:
For children and adults with cerebral palsy:
Financial assistance
Equipment loans
Assistive technology
Information and help obtaining assistive devices
School and camp scholarships

University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry
1001 Stanton L. Young Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73117-1210
405-271-6326
405-271-3423 Fax
Services:
Dental and teeth cleaning services provided by dental students under supervision
Reduced fees
Call for details

Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City
3017 N. Martin Luther King Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73111-3396
405-424-5243
405-424-3382 Fax
Services:
Social and community services
Food bank
Affordable housing
Employment services
Minority business development

Variety Health Center
P.O. Box 25884
420 N.W. 6th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0884
405-235-6466
405-235-0826 Fax
Services:
Low income clinic for mothers and children
Sliding scale fees

Compassionate Hands
119 S. 6th Street
Yukon, OK 73085-0146
405-354-9591
Services:
For Yukon residents:
Emergency food
Clothing
Financial aid
Counseling
For persons who are disabled or elderly:
Care-a-Van transportation service

Yukon Sharing Ministry, Inc.
P.O. Box 850944
6 N. 6th Street
Yukon, OK 73085-0944
405-354-9456
Services:
For Yukon, Piedmont, and Richland areas:
Clothing
Food
Limited utility help
Prescriptions
Gasoline for job search
Limited rent assistance

Action, Inc. of Cleveland County
601 N. Porter Ave.
Norman, OK 73071-6099
405-329-6079
405-321-0941 Fax
Services:
Food
Clothing
Utility assistance
Emergency financial help
Prescriptions
Rent / Mortgage aid
Programs:
Housing
Homeless
Transportation
Weatherization
WIC (nutrition for women, infants, children)
Head Start

Norman Habitat for Humanity
1311 E. Main St.
Norman, OK 73071
P.O. Box 1005
Norman, OK 73070-1005
405-360-7888

Health for Friends
P.O. Box 1224
317 E. Himes St.
Norman, OK 73070-1224
405-329-4161
405-329-5711 Fax
Services:
For adults and children:
Clinics
Dental care
Pharmacy
Lab
X-rays
Eye exams
Low cost health care for Norman area residents

Salvation Army, Norman
P.O. Box 1092
318 E. Hayes Street
Norman, OK 73070-1092
405-364-9910 Hotline
405-364-9996 Fax
Services:
Serves Cleveland County area and transients
Emergency food assistance
Utilities assistance
School supplies assistance
Medicated shampoo for head lice
Other short-term needs
Christmas and Thanksgiving food and toys for poor families

Chandler Ministerial Alliance
First Christian Church
614 Manvel Ave.
Chandler, OK 74834-2841
405-258-0483
405-258-1116
Services:
For Chandler area residents:
Food
Utility expenses
Transient assistance
Other emergency help

Ministerial Alliance of Meeker
P.O. Box 277
Meeker, OK 74855-0277
405-279-3884
Services:
Food
Utility assistance
Other emergency help in Meeker area

Salvation Army Services for Lincoln County
Rt. 3, Box 125
Chandler, OK 74834-8563
405-258-1418
Services:
Utility assistance (Share-the-Warmth)
Referral to Stroud office for other services

Cushing Habitat for Humanity
915 E. 14th Place
Cushing, OK 74023-5115

Stroud Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 352
Stroud, OK 74079-0352
918-968-2545
918-968-3743 Fax

Action, Inc., Guthrie
P.O. Box 1013
204 E. Oklahoma Ave.
Guthrie, OK 73044-1013
405-282-4332
405-282-2469 Fax
Services:
For the elderly, people with disabilities and families with children:
Food pantry
Clothing
Utility
Rent assistance
Home weatherization
Fan loan in summer
Prescriptions when funds allow

Guthrie Ministerial Alliance
First Christian Church of Guthrie
402 E. Noble Avenue
Guthrie, OK 73044-3313
405-282-4080
Services:
Emergency food assistance
Clothing
Financial assistance

Action, Inc., Shawnee
(Central Administrative Office)
See Community Action Agencies
510 W. Benedict Street
Shawnee, OK 74801-6099
405-275-6060
405-275-9442 Fax
Services:
Emergency assistance
Homeless services
Emergency shelter
Weatherization
Transportation
Income criteria apply

Shawnee Habitat for Humanity
University Baptist Church
2515 N. Kickapoo
Shawnee, OK 74804-2548
405-275-1990

Salvation Army, Shawnee
200 E. 9th Street
Shawnee, OK 74801-7004
405-275-2243
405-275-9587 Fax
Services:
Utility assistance
Clothing
Food
Christmas toys
Homeless shelter
Soup kitchen

Tulsa Area
Alzheimer’s Association,
Tulsa/Green Country Chapter
6465 S. Yale, Suite 206
Tulsa, OK 74136
918-481-7741
918-481-7745 Fax
Services: Limited respite care for-persons with Alzheimer’s.

American Legion
Carson Wilson Rigney Forrester Post 1
1120 E. 8th Street
Tulsa, OK 74120
918-584-4274
918-584-4423 Fax
Services:
Helps obtain emergency financial aid from veteran agencies for shelter and utilities. For veterans only.

Baptist Ministry Center
312 S. 33rd W. Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74127
918-585-5310
Services:
Limited emergency assistance for clothing, household items, and food
Medical / adaptive equipment loan

Boston Avenue Helping Hands, Inc.
dba Helping Hand Ministry
700 S. Boston
Tulsa, OK 74119
918-584-4701
918-584-5233 Fax
Services:
Emergency help
Limited utility and rent assistance
Prescriptions
Food
Aid limited to once a year; other criteria apply

Bristow Social Services
123 W. 6th Street
Bristow, OK 74010
918-367-5400
918-367-6981 Fax
918-367-5465 Additional Voice
Services:
Social services and emergency aid for:
Food
Clothing
Utilities
Rent
Prescriptions
Household items

Broken Arrow Neighbors
322 W. Broadway
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
918-251-7781
Services:
Food pantry, clothing, coats
Free clinic for minor illnesses
No-interest loans for emergency needs

Catholic Charities
P.O. Box 6429
Tulsa, OK 74148-0429
918-585-8167
918-582-2123 Fax
Services:
Emergency aid
Food
Clothing
Temporary lodging and aid for poor women who are homeless, pregnant or have infants
Emergency lodging for poor families
Residential care and services for persons with AIDS

Cerebral Palsy Association, Tulsa
6465 S. Yale, Warren Medical Bldg., Suite 215
Tulsa, OK 74136
918-481-2956
918-481-2961 Fax
Services:
Financial assistance for adaptive equipment
Physical therapy for persons with cerebral palsy
Economic need criteria apply

Cornerstone Mission of First Baptist Church – Broken Arrow
210 E. Broadway
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
918-251-6679
918-258-4575 Church Office
Services:
Emergency assistance
Food
Clothing
Free clinic for minor medical needs

Creek Indian Community of Tulsa
8611 S. Union
Tulsa, OK 74132
918-298-2464
918-298-2466 Fax
Services:
For Creek Community Center Members:
Diabetic supplies
Medical trips to Indian health facilities
Grants for education beyond high school

Creek Nation Commodities
P.O. Box 580
Okmulgee, OK 74447
918-756-3467

Day Center for the Homeless
415 W. Archer
Tulsa, OK 74103
918-583-5588
918-583-6745 Fax
Services:
Homeless services: Day center, transportation, mental health intervention, case management, service coordination
Homeless shelter
Free low income clinic for homeless persons: health screenings, limited prescriptions, crisis help

Dayspring Villa
P.O. Box 1588
Sand Springs, OK 74063
918-245-4075
918-245-3995 Fax
Services:
Temporary shelter for women and children

Depew United Methodist Church
8th & Malley
Depew, OK 74028
918-324-5755

Disabled American Veterans
3131 E. Pine
Tulsa, OK 74110
918-834-4643
Services:
Veterans:
Help obtaining emergency financial aid through government veteran agencies

Easter Seal Society, Oklahoma
2738 E. 51st Street, Suite 130
Tulsa, OK 74105
918-743-2311
918-749-8510 Fax
Services:
Financial help for adaptive equipment and prescriptions

For His Glory
P.O. Box 50754
Tulsa, OK 74150-0754
918-584-1808
Services:
Shelter for homeless women

Habitat for Humanity, Tulsa
P.O. Box 1357
Tulsa, OK 74101-1357
16 E. 7th Street
Tulsa, OK 74119
918-592-4224
918-592-0607 Fax
Services:
Homebuilding for low income persons
Families must put in 300 hours of construction work on their home.

Helpline
P.O. Box 52847
Tulsa, OK 74152
918-836-4357 Helpline (Voice and TTY)
918-834-9339 Fax
918-838-0195 Business Line (Voice and TTY)
Website: http://www.helplinetulsa.net/
Services:
Information and referral to community services; crisis hotline

Tulsa CARES (HIV Resource Consortium)
3507 E. Admiral Place
Tulsa, OK 74115-8211
918-834-4194 Voice and TTY
918-834-4189 Fax
800-474-4872 Statewide Toll-Free Voice
Services:
Emergency services for persons with HIV/AIDS:
Food
Prescriptions
Medical transportation
Housing aid
Health and mental health services
Case management

Indian Health Care Resource Center
550 S. Peoria
Tulsa, OK 74120
918-588-1900
Services:
Medical services for eligible persons; sliding scale fees

John 3:16 Mission
Men’s Shelter
P.O. Box 1477
Tulsa, OK 74101
506 N. Cheyenne
Tulsa, OK 74103
Services:
Homeless shelter for men
Meals at the site

Kendall – Whittier Ministry
P.O. Box 4165
Tulsa, OK 74159-0165
918-592-3000
918-592-3537 Fax
918-583-9780 Canterbury Center
Services:
Food pantry
Limited to Kendall – Whittier Ministry area residents

Leukemia Society of America, Oklahoma Chapter
3613 N.W. 56th Street, Suite 230
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
888-298-4335 Statewide toll free
918-492-0792 Voice
Services:
Financial help for medical expenses
Travel for leukemia treatment

Loaves and Fishes
11321 E. 19th Street
Tulsa, OK 74128
918-234-8577
Services:
Emergency food

Make-A-Wish Foundation of Oklahoma
2825 E. Skelly Drive, Suite 824
Tulsa, OK 74105
918-712-9474; 918-712-9477 Fax
Email: Oklahoma@wish.org
OKC Office: 3030 NW Expressway, Suite 1300, OKC, OK 73112
405-943-9600; 405-943-7538
Services:
Funds gifts to children with life threatening medical problems.
“Wishes” can be for travel, gifts, occupational or celebrity categories.

Morton Comprehensive Health Services
603 E. Pine Street
Tulsa, OK 74106-4895
918-587-2171
918-587-8175 Fax
Services:
Low income clinic
Sliding scale fees for comprehensive primary health services and dental clinic
Patient transportation available
Satellite homeless clinic

National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Oklahoma Chapter
4606 E. 67th Street, Bldg. 7, Suite 201
Tulsa, OK 74136
918-488-0882
918-488-0913 Fax
918-777-7814 Toll Free Voice
Services:
Medical equipment loan program. Must be registered with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, have a doctor’s prescription, and no health insurance.

Muscular Dystrophy Association
3015 E. Skelly Drive, Suite 221-A
Tulsa, OK 74105
918-749-7997
918-749-3725 Fax
Services:
Medical and adaptive equipment with a doctor’s prescription and an MDA covered disease
Some medical and therapy services

Myasthenia Gravis Foundation Oklahoma Chapter
6465 S. Yale, Suite 623
Tulsa, OK 74136-7811
918-494-4951
Services:
Prescription discounts for Myasthenia Gravis medicines

Neighbor For Neighbor
1506 E. 46th St. N.
Tulsa, OK 74126
918-425-5578
918-425-6935 Fax
918-425-5595 Clinic
Services:
Food
Clothing
Household items
Free dental clinic
Civil legal services
Employment assistance
Free medical clinic
Eye clinic (exams, glasses, fee for lenses)
Prescription assistance

Neighborhood Housing Services of Tulsa
502 S. Main Street, Suite 304
Tulsa, OK 74103
918-584-7069
918-584-7168 Fax
Services:
Housing programs, including first-time homebuyer assistance with closing and down payment costs
Homebuyer education
Income and other eligibility criteria apply for some programs

Neighbors Along the Line
P.O. Box 27352
Tulsa, OK 74149
918-582-3491
918-749-1750 Fax
Services:
Food pantry, must meet income criteria and live in target areas.
Free medical clinic; some medications dispensed. Northwest Tulsa residents are primary group served.

Project Get Together
2020 S. Maplewood Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74112
918-835-2882
918-835-2883 Fax
918-835-2910 Social Services
Services:
Diabetic supplies program for emergency needs
Diabetic self-management education
Emergency aid for food, household goods and other needs
No-interest loans for rent deposits
Housing programs, counseling and financial help to purchase a home
Free medical clinic for low-income persons without health insurance
Eye clinic provides exams and glasses for low cost

Restore Hope Ministries
2960 Charles Page Blvd.
Tulsa, OK 74127
918-582-5766
918-587-5449 Fax
Services:
No-interest loans for emergency needs for rent, utilities, and prescriptions
Food assistance
Clothing assistance

St. Clement’s Community Outreach
P.O. Box 35
155th and S. Memorial
Bixby, OK 74008
918-366-3166
Services:
Emergency clothing
Emergency food

Salvation Army, Social Services Center
102 N. Denver
Tulsa, OK 74103
918-582-7201
918-582-4363 Fax
Services:
Emergency disaster aid
Emergency financial assistance for rent, utilities and other needs
Emergency shelter
Meals for homeless and needy
Travelers assistance for work clothing, transportation, food and lodging

Sapulpa Community Care
10 W. Burnham
Sapulpa, OK 74066
918-224-6464

Sapulpa Corps Community Center
Salvation Army
P.O. Box 1144
Sapulpa, OK 74067
918-224-4415
918-224-4493 Fax
Services:
Financial help for food, shelter, utilities, clothing and other emergency needs

Sand Springs Welfare Association
15 E. 2nd
Sand Springs, OK 74063
918-245-5183
Services:
Emergency assistance for needy
Sand Springs area residents:
Food
Shelter
Clothing
Medicine
Rent and utilities

Shriners Hospitals for Children
Akdar Shrine Center
2808 S. Sheridan Road
Tulsa, OK 74129-1014
918-836-2500
918-836-2522
900-237-5055 Information on Shirners Hospitals for Children
Website: http://members.tripod.com/%7EAkdar
Email: akdar@swbell.net
Hospital Directory: http://shriners.com/shc/index.html
Services:
Free hospital treatment for burns and orthopedic conditions; children age 18 and under.

Tulsa County Social Services Department
2401 Charles Page Blvd.
Tulsa, OK 74127-8435
918-596-5560
918-596-5568 Fax
918-596-5591 Shelter
918-596-8525 TTY
Services:
Food assistance
Burial assistance
Temporary emergency for shelter, food, clothing, and medical
Free clinic for 6-month residents of Tulsa County, who have no other resources
Low cost prescription medications

Tulsa Development Authority
110 S. Hartford, Suite 200
Tulsa, OK 74120-1820
918-596-2600
918-596-2608 Fax
Services:
For low income owners:
Grants for emergency home repair
Loans to $20,000.00 for home repairs, for income-eligible owners

Tulsa Speech and Hearing Association
8740 E. 11th Street, Suite A
Tulsa, OK 74112-7957
918-832-8742
918-834-4329 Fax
Services:
Sertoma Hearing Aid Program:
Hearing aid long term loan
Reconditioned hearing aids, for age 65 plus and low income individuals. Contact TSHA for details.
Financial help for:
Hearing exams
Speech therapy
Other services
Provides 50% of cost. Financial need criteria apply.
Other Programs:
Interpreter referral
Summer camp
Independent living services
Support groups
Information
Sign classes
Project with Industry

WA-RO-MA Tri-County Community Action Agency
(See Community Action Agencies, this Section)
324 E. Chestnut
Coweta, OK 74429
918-486-2471
918-486-5967 Fax
918-486-2230 All Programs
918-486-4678 All Programs
Services:
Emergency food, rent and utility assistance
Head Start and Early Head Start
Home repair
Housing programs

Western Neighbors, Inc.
P.O. Box 570976
Tulsa, OK 74157-0976
Service location:
4981 S. Tacoma
Tulsa, OK 74107
918-445-8840
Services:
For residents of southwest Tulsa:
Financial assistance
Food
Clothing
Rent and utilities, based on funds available

Northwest Oklahoma
American Red Cross
Northwest Oklahoma Area Chapter
1209 9th
Woodward, OK 73801
580-256-3828
Services:
Disaster relief
Disaster education programs
Swimming lessons
Armed Forces Emergency Services (Military Communications)
Health and Safety programs
HIV/AIDS awareness programs
Call for more information

Associated Charities
720 W. Doolin
Blackwell, OK 74631
580-363-1290
Services:
Food and clothing
Financial help
Medicine and medical referrals

Tonkawa Community Food Bank
115 W. Grand
Tonkawa, OK 74653
580-628-2213
Services:
Distributes groceries, 9:30 – 11:00 Wednesday mornings.

Community Development Support Association
See Community Action Agencies, this Section.
2615 E. Randolph
Enid, OK 73701
580-242-6131
Services:
Emergency assistance for basic needs

Crisis Center (for battered women)
Enid Family Y.W.C.A.
580-234-7644
Services:
Emergency shelter for battered women

First United Methodist Church
Soup Kitchen

501 7th Street / P.O. Box 206
Perry, OK 73077
580-336-2776
Services:
Hot meals served Thursday evenings 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Friendship Feast
210 N. 5th
Ponca City, OK 74601
580-762-1666
Services:
Evening meals served Mon-Thurs 5:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.

High Plains Outreach Center
Homeless Shelter
1220 7th St.
Woodward, OK 73801
580-254-5162
Services:
Temporary shelter for homeless individuals

Inner City Ministries, Inc.
216 W. Oak
Enid, OK 73701
580-233-2726
Services:
Emergency homeless shelter for men
Rehabilitation for alcohol and drug abuse

Labors of Love
Lincoln Avenue Baptist Church
P.O. Box 1916
Woodward, OK 73802
580-256-4637
Services:
Home Repair Program

Loaves and Fishes Food Cupboard
310 E. 1st
Guymon, OK 73942
580-338-0008
Services:
Grocery assistance with referral

Northwest Domestic Crisis Services
1323 Kansas
Woodward, OK 73801
580-256-1215
580-256-8712 24-hour crisis hotline
888-256-1215
Services:
Adult shelter for domestic abuse and sexual assault

Oaks of Mamre
Homeless Shelter
409 N. Ellison
Guymon, OK 73942
580-338-5067
Services:
Homeless shelter

Operation Blessing
P.O. Box 261
Perry, OK 73077
580-336-3313
Services:
Food assistance
Rent and utilities assistance
Medicine
Travel
Call for more information

Perry Area Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 131
Perry, OK 73077-0131
580-336-4576
580-336-5452 Fax

Opportunities, Inc.
(See Community Action Agencies, this section)
117 E. First
Watonga, OK 73772
580-623-7283
Services:
Emergency assistance for food, shelter, and other basic needs

NERA Emergency Resource Agency
500 N. First
Ponca City, OK 74601
580-765-5372
Services:
Grocery assistance
Rent and utility assistance
Life threatening medicine assistance
Selected areas, call for more information

Ponca City Area Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 2211
Ponca City, OK 74602-2211
580-765-2974
580-762-1119 Fax

Salvation Army – Garfield County
516 N. Independence
Enid, OK 73701
580-237-1910
Services:
Food
Clothing
Furniture
Utility assistance
Homeless shelter
Transitional housing

Enid Habitat for Humanity
518 W. Randolf
Enid, OK 73701-3828
580-237-0114
580-234-6423

Salvation Army – Kay County
601 S. 3rd
Ponca City, OK 74601
580-762-7501
Services:
Food
Clothing
Prescriptions
Utilities
Homeless Shelter programs

Salvation Army Volunteer Units

Cimarron County
Box 233, Boise City, OK 73933; 580-544-3022
Dewey County
Rt. 2, Box 88, Seiling, OK 73663; 580-922-4484
Ellis County and Woodward County
1209 9th St., Woodward, OK 73801; 580-256-1083
Harper County
P.O. Box 410, Buffalo, OK 73834; 580-735-2720

Services:
Utilities assistance
Prescriptions
Referrals to homeless shelters
Food

Sunshine Ministries
701 E. Maine
Enid, OK 73701
580-237-3347
Services:
Food
Clothes
Shelter
90-day rehabilitation for men and women
Apartments for low-income rentals
Some homeless shelter available

United Community Action Program
(See Community Action Agencies, this section)
301 6th Street
Pawnee, OK 74058
918-762-3041

Hand- n- Hand Weatherization Program (O.G. & E.)
580-249-2305
800-522-0280 Billing information
Services:
Average monthly billing (anyone)
Third party notification
Call for more information

Woodward Community Pantry (Shelter)
Department of Human Services
4900 Oklahoma Ave.
Woodward, OK 73802
580-256-6091

Northeast and Southeast
Churches United for Community Concern (CONCERN)
333 W. Penn
Bartlesville, OK 74003
918-336-4693
Services:
Rent assistance
Utilities assistance
Medicine assistance
Listings of low-income housing and current job openings
Food pantry
Clothing

Bartlesville Area Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 1284
Bartlesville, OK 74005-1284
918-337-0182

Lighthouse Outreach Center
1411 W. Hensley
Bartlesville, OK 74003
918-336-9029
918-337-0015 Fax
Services:
Shelter for homeless men and women (entire families if room available)
Food baskets
Utility assistance (when funds allow)
Clothing

Salvation Army
101 N. Bucy
Bartlesville, OK 74003
918-336-6454
918-336-8740 Fax
Services:
Disaster assistance
Utility assistance
Medication assistance

Women and Children in Crisis
615 S.E. Frank Phillips Blvd., P.O. Box 5016
Bartlesville, OK 74005
918-336-1188 Main Office
800-814-1188
Website: http://www.onenet.net/%7Esafe
Services:
Domestic Violence Intervention Agency
Sexual Assault Advocacy
Counseling
Support groups
Domestic violence shelter
Call for more information

Ottawa County Ministerial Alliance Emergency Assistance Fund
First National Bank Building
Main and Central Streets, Suite 407
Miami, OK 74354
918-540-2815
Services:
Up to $10 auto gas for seeking employment
Medical attention or other emergencies
Prescription assistance
Partial payment of utility bill (in some cases only) and emergency groceries
No more than $60.00 of assistance given to any one applicant. Only one kind of assistance may be given at a time and it need not total $60.00 (no combinations of help). No money is given directly to applicant. No money is kept in EA office. A voucher is issued for whatever assistance is approved and vendors are paid monthly. Assistance is limited.

Ottawa County Nutrition Coalition
811 3rd Avenue N.E.
Miami, OK 74354
918-542-9676
Services:
Emergency food assistance
Assistance is given one time only per household (amount given based on number of persons in family) during a one year time period, unless separate verified emergency occurs. Call before arrival to make sure the office is open.

Salvation Army
(INTEGRIS Baptist Regional Health Center Social Services)
200 2nd Avenue S.W.
Miami, OK 74354
918-540-7639

Women’s Transition Center and Community Crisis Center, Inc.
P.O. Box 905
Miami, OK 74355
918-540-2432 or 918-542-1001
800-400-0883
Services:
Shelter for domestic abuse and sexual assault

Women’s Advocate and Resource Center
104 E. Illinois
Vinita, OK 74301
918-256-1945
800-400-0883 Victim counseling hotline
Services:
Domestic abuse counseling
Legal assistance
Information on child custody
Call for more information

United Methodist Church
P.O. Box 129
Nowata, OK 74048
918-273-1562
Services:
Call for information

Hillside Christian Church
1348 W. Davis
Nowata, OK 74048
918-273-1278
918-273-1283 Fax
Services:
Heartland SHARE food program for Nowata County.

Women and Children in Crisis – Nowata Office
333 W. Delaware
Nowata, OK 74048
918-273-7438
Website: http://www.onenet.net/%7Esafe

Salvation Army
309 E. Delaware
Nowata, OK 74048
918-273-2327
918-273-1748 Fax
Services:
Utility assistance
Prescriptions
Gas money for doctor appointments and employment seeking
Food at Christmas and Thanksgiving
Limited funds. Call for information.

Women’s Advocate and Resource Center (Office Only)
308 S. Main Street
Grove, OK 74344
918-786-8009
800-400-0883 Victim counseling hotline
Service:
Domestic abuse counseling
Legal assistance
Information on child custody
Call for more information

Osage County Nutrition, Clothes Closet
108 E. 7th Street
Pawhuska, OK 74056
287-2242
Services:
For the elderly:
Home delivered meals
Outreach services
Transportation

Domestic Abuse Shelter
Rogers County Community Crisis Center Inc.
2235 N. Highway 88
P.O. Box 446
Claremore, OK 74018
918-341-1424
918-341-9400 Crisis Line
918-341-1471 Fax
Services:
Shelter for domestic abuse
Parenting classes
Counseling
Domestic abuse programs
Other services, call for more information

Church at Claremore
1055 W. Blue Starr Drive
Claremore, OK 74017
918-341-1765
Services:
Work program available to receive assistance with food, utilities and rent (limited)
Food distributed at 11:30 – 12:00
Call for more information
Other emergency and financial assistance
Serves low income residents in Bartlesville and surrounding areas

Salvation Army
522 W. Will Rogers Blvd.
Claremore, OK 74018
918-343-0531 CAP
918-343-3663 Fax

Domestic Violence Shelter
2235 N. Highway 88
Claremore, OK 74017
918-341-1425 Main Office
918-825-0190 Pryor Office
888-372-9400 Mayes County crisis line
918-341-9400 and 888-341-9400 Rogers County crisis line
Services:
Shelter for domestic abuse and sexual assault
Counseling
Parenting classes
Advocacy programs
Call for more information

First Christian Church, Disciples of Christ
200 E. 5th
Claremore, OK 74017
918-341-1199
918-341-2718 Fax
Services:
Food
Utilities
Call for more information
Funds limited

Miracle House Community Outreach Center
1108 E. Graham Avenue
Pryor, OK 74361
918-825-5810
Services:
Shelter 24 hours a day
Distribution Center (food, clothes referrals, some furniture)
Call for information and distribution times

Home Rescue Mission
640 W. Graham, P.O. Box 142
Pryor, OK 74362
Services:
Overnight lodging for transient
Food pantry
Clothing
Furniture

Salvation Army
(Community Action Program)
708 S.E. 1st
Pryor, OK 74361
918-825-3423
918-825-5159 Fax
Services:
Rent and utilities assistance
Some medications
Emergency transportation for doctors appointments

United Methodist Church
400 E. Graham
Pryor, OK 74361
918-825-0346
918-825-0343 Fax
Services:
Rent and utilities assistance
Prescriptions
Other services available if funds allow

Adair County Community Ministries
P.O. Box 206
Stilwell, OK 74960
918-696-2484
Services:
Food pantry
Counseling
Call for more information

American Red Cross
211 East 7th Street
Okmulgee, OK 74447
918-756-0966
Services:
Disaster relief
Disaster education programs
Swimming lessons
Armed Forces Emergency Services (Military Communications)
Health and Safety programs
HIV/AIDS awareness programs

Community Services, Seventh Day Adventist
1101 North Wood Drive, P.O. Box 92
Okmulgee, OK 74447
918-756-9835

Deep Fork Community Action Central State Community Services
(See Community Action Agencies)
201 E. 5th Street
P.O. Box 670 Okmulgee, OK 74447
Okmulgee, OK 74447 918-752-0277
918-756-2826

Salvation Army
305 W. 6th
Okmulgee, OK 74447
918-756-9224
Services:
Burn-out assistance
Clothes
Food
Utility assistance
Call for more information

Ark of Faith Foundation
401 East Broadway
Muskogee, OK 74403
918-682-8411
Services:
Food sacks given out Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 4:00 p.m.
Free lunches on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
Spring and fall sign language classes Tuesdays from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
GED classes for low-level readers Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10:30 a.m.-12:00.
GED certification Mondays and Thursdays, Call Gaylon Wade at 918-683-0931 for information.

Community Pantry
First Presbyterian Church
5th and Broadway
Muskogee, OK 74401
918-687-5401
Services:
Food with referral

Gospel Rescue Mission
326 S. 2nd
Muskogee, OK 74401
918-682-3489
Services:
Food
Clothing
Utilities assistance
Lodging
Homeless shelter

Muskogee County Community Action Foundation
1313 N. Main
Muskogee, OK 74401
918-683-7637

Muskogee Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 237
Muskogee, OK 74402-0237
918-687-1470
918-684-3334

Salvation Army
615 S. Main
Muskogee, OK 74401
918-682-3384
Services:
Emergency lodging and transitional lodging
Social services
Soup kitchen
Youth programs
Christmas assistance
Disaster assistance
Senior citizens program
Thrift store
Men’s and women’s fellowship

Community Assistance Program
P.O. Box 729
Locust Grove, OK 74352
918-479-5262
Services:
Food and clothing
Other services as needed in Locust Grove

Cookson Hills Community Action Foundation
(See Community Action Agencies)
212 S. Water Street
Tahlequah, OK 74464
918-456-0571
Services:
Emergency assistance
Utilities
Home weatherization
FEMA disaster relief
Self Help Housing; Housing Acquisition Assistance
Head Start
Fans

Tahlequah Area Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 1876
Tahlequah, OK 74465-1876
918-458-4342
918-456-8302 Fax

St. Brigid Catholic Food Pantry
807 Crafton
Tahlequah, OK 74464
918-456-6152

Help In Crisis
P.O. Box 1975
Tahlequah, OK 74465
918-456-HELP (4357)
800-300-5321
Services:
Domestic violence services
Shelter and transitional housing for battered women
24-hour crisis hotline (800-300-5321)
Counseling
Adair, Cherokee, Sequoyah and Wagoner Counties

Liberty House Community Outreach Center
709 East Brewer, P.O. Box 1068
Salina, OK 74365
918-434-2288
Services:
Shelter 24 hours a day
Distribution Center for food, clothes, and furniture; call for information and times.
Lunch program – Wednesdays and Thursdays

Little Dixie Community Action Agency, Inc.
(See Community Action Agencies, this Section)
502 West Duke
Hugo, OK 74743
580-326-3466
Emergency assistance

Minor Home Repair/Accessibility Modification Program
Oklahoma Rural Elderly Coalition
P.O. Box 193
Indianola, OK 74442
918-823-4577

Catholic Charities Helping Center
908 E. Cherokee
P.O. Box 1321
Sallisaw, OK 74955
918-775-6111
Services:
Food, clothing
Emergency help
Networks with other agencies to find added resources

Outreach Center
918-775-6443
Sallisaw, OK 74955
Services:
Food, clothing, emergency assistance

Onaway House, Inc.
319 W. Choctaw
Sallisaw, OK 74955
918-775-6443

OREC/Clayton-Albion Area Outreach/Transportation Program
P.O. Box 424
Clayton, OK 74536
918-569-4298
Services:
Transportation for the elderly
Call for more information

OREC/Antlers Outreach Transportation Program
Route 1, Box 1470
Antlers, OK 74523
580-298-2683
Services:
Transportation for the elderly and disabled
Call for more information

OREC/Rattan Outreach/Transportation Program
P.O. Box 136
Rattan, OK 74562
580-587-2395

Salvation Army
P.O. Box 788
Eufaula, OK 74432
James Dawson, 918-689-2524
Services:
Call for information

Community Action Resource and Development
(See Community Action Agencies, this section)
105 N. Broadway
Coweta, OK 74429
918-486-2471
Services:
Transportation (Wagoner and Broken Arrow)
Call for more information

Ada Habitat for Humanity
834 E. 6th Street, #E
Ada, OK 74820-3875
580-436-3089
Food
Some toiletries
Call for more information

Southwest
A.M. P.M. Clinic, Inc.
4411 W. Gore, Suite A-2
Lawton, OK 73505
580-355-0575

Lawton – Ft. Sill Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 3744
Lawton, OK 73502-3744
580-250-1700

American Red Cross – North Caddo County
Canadian Valley Chapter
P.O. Box 906
El Reno, OK 73036
405-262-5760
405-262-2520 Fax
Services:
Disaster relief
Disaster education programs
Health and safety programs
Swimming lessons
Armed Forces Emergency Services (Military Communications)
Community based projects (i.e. smoke detector classes)
HIV/AIDS awareness programs

American Red Cross – Grady County
Washita Valley Chapter
1720 S. 4th
Chickasha, OK 73018
405-224-1452
405-224-9425 Fax
Services:
Disaster relief
Disaster education programs
Swimming lessons
Armed Forces Emergency Services (Military Communications)
Health and safety programs
HIV/AIDS awareness programs

American Red Cross
Red River Chapter
1220 W. Martin Luther King Ave.
Duncan, OK 73533
580-255-6042
Services:
Disaster relief
Disaster education programs
Swimming lessons
Armed Forces Emergency Services (Military Communications)
Health and safety programs
Community based projects
HIV/AIDS awareness programs

Apache Family Medical Clinic
121 Evans, P.O. Box 515
Apache, OK 73006
580-588-3257
Services:
General practice
Anyone welcome
Accepts walk-ins and appointments
Call for more information

The Compassion Care Center
802 N. 10th
Duncan, OK 73533
580-255-2650
Services:
Food
Clothes closet
Medical clinic
Legal assistance
Call for more information

American Red Cross
905 N. Willard Street
Altus, OK 73521
580-482-5303
580-482-3289 Fax
Services:
Serves Jackson, Harmon, Greer, and Kiowa Counties:
Disaster relief and community disaster Information
Armed Forces
Emergency services
Health and safety services

Altus Area Habitat for Humanity
224 Pheasant Circle
Altus, OK 73521

Ardmore Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 2412
Ardmore, OK 73402-2412
580-223-1540
580-223-8645 Fax