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    • Applicants can qualify for emergency utility assistance by bringing a current utility bill, proof of current and identifiable income and a valid piece of personal identification. These services are provided regardless of religion, race, creed or socio-economic status.
    • Those requiring rent assistance will need to provide a copy of the lease in the applicant’s name, identification and proof of income.
    • All recipients of assistance will be required to enroll in a budgeting class.
    • If you need assistance with rent or a utility bill, please call or visit your area’s Catholic Charities office to begin the process.

     

    2-1-1 HEARTLINE DISASTER RESOURCES

    SNOW STORM 21

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    OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

    800 N Harvey   Oklahoma City, OK 73102

    Oklahoma County
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    • 405-208-5207 Main Phone

    LEGAL SERVICES

    HOUSING EVICTION LEGAL ASSISTANCE

    405-208-5207 Main Phone

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    METROPOLITAN FAIR HOUSING COUNCIL

    312 NE 28th Street Ste 112   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
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    • 405-232-3247 Main Phone

    ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    FAIR HOUSING COUNSELING

    http://www.metrofairhousing.org/progs-services.html

    405-232-3247 Main Phone

    405-232-5119 Fax

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    LEGAL AID SERVICES OF OKLAHOMA

    LEGAL AID SERVICES OF OKLAHOMA – OKLAHOMA CITY

    2901 N Classen Blvd Ste 112   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

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    • 888-534-5243 Service/Intake   Mon-Thu 9am-4pm
    • 855-488-6814 Toll-Free   Older Adults
    • 405-521-1302 Alternate Main Phone   Existing Clients

    LEGAL SERVICES

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    Choctaw Road Baptist Church

    14971 East Reno Choctaw, OK 73020 US 405-390-9002

     

    Ardmore Family Literacy

    (580) 798-6176

    223 W Broadway

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    GED and literacy education for adults and their children.

     

    Ardmore Public Library

    (580) 223-8290

    320 E St NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Library and information services for Carter County residents including free Wi-Fi and public computers.

     

    Ardmore Public Library Literacy & Outreach Services

    (580) 221-3236

    320 E St NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Free citizenship, computer literacy, English, and Spanish classes for adults as well as assistance filling out basic immigration forms. Also provides library outreach programming to local daycares and after-school centers.

     

    Boys and Girls Club of Red River Valley

    (580) 490-9084

    1501 9th Ave., NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    After-school program, ages 5-18, including tutoring and homework help.

    Carter County Health Department Child Guidance

    (580) 223-9705

    405 S. Washington St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Individual and Family Counseling, parenting classes, developmental screening, autism screenings, speech – language screenings, evaluations, and therapy.

    Carter County Health Department Community Services

    (580) 223-6556

    405 S Washington St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Health education programs, car seat safety checks, restaurant and public pool inspections, food handling classes, pool maintenance classes for hotel and community pool management, and preparation and response to disasters that threaten the health and well-being of residents.

    Cities in Schools

    (580) 223-8762

    1405 4th Ave NW #135

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Literacy based afterschool and summer programs for children PreK through 5th grade with a variety of extracurricular activities.

     

    Dr. Catherine Roring, NCSP, HSP

    Licensed Psychologist, Nationally Certified School Psychologist

    (580) 235-5334

    333 W. Main St., Ste 440

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Provides psychological and psychoeducational evaluations for children and adolescents aged 2-21 including Autism, Learning Difficulties, ADHD and other behavioral concerns.

    Dr. Steven Roring II, HSP

    Licensed Psychologist

    (580) 319-5983

    333 W. Main St., Ste 440

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Provides individual therapy, psychological evaluations, psychoeducational evaluations, and neurofeedback services for children and adults aged 4 and up.

    East Central University Educational Opportunity Center

    (580) 223-4476

    611 W. Veterans Blvd

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Assists qualifying individuals with applications for admission and financial aid for postsecondary education as well as provides information about postsecondary educational opportunities.

    Grace Resource Center            

    (580) 223-2027

    11 A St. NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Utility assistance with a 48-hour cut off notice, assistance with evictions, prescription assistance, clothing vouchers, but tickets, employment assistance, and money management and parenting classes.

     

    Guthrie Job Corps Center

    (405) 282-9930

    3106 W. University

    Guthrie, OK 73044

    No-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 through 24 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training.

     

    HFV Wilson Center     

    (580) 223-0136

    625 E Main St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    After school recreational programs for youth and adults; summer camp programs including basketball, golf, tennis, team camps, art camps, cross country/track; bingo for senior citizens.

     

    Homeless School Liaison

    Zaneis School District

    Cindy Rose – (580) 668-2955

    30515 U.S. Highway 70     Wilson, OK 73463

     

    Ardmore Schools

    Sabra Emde – (580) 226-7650

    P.O. Box 1709     Ardmore, OK 73401

     

    Springer Schools

    Carolyn Lancaster- (580)653-2471

    P.O. Box 249     Springer, OK 73458

     

    Plainview Schools

    Karl Sticker – (580) 223-6319

    1140 South Plainview Road     Ardmore, OK 73401

     

    Lone Grove Schools

    Richie Mckee – (580) 867-4690

    P.O. Box 1330     Lone Grove, OK 73443

     

    Wilson Schools

    Josh Mitchell – (580) 668-2306

    1860 Hewitt Road     Wilson, OK 73463

     

    Healdton Schools

    Donielle Cantwell – (580) 229-0566

    P.O. Box 490     Healdton, OK 73438

     

    Fox Schools

    Mark Williams – (580) 673-2081

    P.O. Box 248     Fox, OK 73435

     

    Dickson Schools

    Jennifer Mays-Krimmer – (580) 226-0633

    4762 Hwy 199     Ardmore, OK 73401

     

    Ensuring rights of all school-age students to go to school, including those without permanent housing and high school students living unaccompanied. If you are in this situation contact the Homeless Liason at your school for help.

    Life Long Learning

    (580)221-3001 X 1540

    Ardmore City Schools

    PO Box 1709

    Ardmore, OK 73402

    Free adult education program including English language learners, literacy, and test prep for GED, HISET and TASC.

     

    MORE Foundation

    301 W. Main St. Suite 510

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Provide financial incentives to all Carter County Public High School graduates from average income families to pursue their higher education goals at Oklahoma colleges, universities, and vocational-technical schools of their choice.

    Restoring Lives
    (580) 798-3650

    98 Broadlawn Shopping Center

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Healing and transforming the mindset of youth and families in historically oppressed communities through holistic health supports, life skills workshops, personal and academic mentorship, and multi-dimensional family support, serving youth ages 9 to 12 and their families. Resources for families include back to school support, rent and utility assistance, mental and physical health forums and scholarships. Services are provided face to face and virtually.

     

    Southern Oklahoma Library System

    (580) 223-3164

    601 Railway Express

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Free public library services for Carter, Atoka, Johnston, Love, and Murray counties with services including computer tutoring, notary services, passports, fax and internet access, and hot spot checkout.

     

    Southern Tech

    2610 Sam Noble Parkway

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Free career counseling, assistance with FAFSA, GED information, PASS/DOR program, and technical programs for post-secondary studies.

    Take Two Academy

    (580) 221-3037

    (580) 490-1371 text

    611 Maxwell St NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Take Two Academy is a referral-based school that serves grades 9-12 at-risk students for the following school districts: Ardmore, Davis, Marietta, Plainview, and Turner.

    University Center of Southern Oklahoma

    (580) 319-0300

    611 Veterans Blvd.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Through partner institutions–Langston University, Murray State College, and Southeastern Oklahoma State University–offer associate, undergraduate, and graduate degrees in varied disciplines.

     

    Veterans Upward Bound

    (580) 559-5541

    1100 E 14th,

    PMB S-36

    Ada, OK  74820

    Assist U.S. military veterans in the development of academic and other skills necessary for acceptance and success in postsecondary education. The program provides assessment and enhancement of basic skills through counseling, mentoring, tutoring and academic instruction in the core subject areas.

    YW8          

    (580) 490-9980

    2502 Crossroads Dr., Ste. C

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Partners with schools and community groups to provide education to youth on the risks of teen sexual activity and teaches refusal skills, relationship skills, character building, communication skills, goal development, and the dangers of social media.

     

    Hotlines

    Suicide Hotline

    1-800-273-8255

    Domestic Violence Hotline

    1-800-799-7233

    National Substance Abuse Helpline

    1-800-662-4357

    National Alliance on Mental Illness

    1-800-950-6264

    Crisis Text Line

    Text CONNECT to 741741

    Emergency Services

     

     

    American Red Cross of South Central and Southeast Oklahoma

    (580) 223-6313

    1 (800) 494-0275 Emergency Line

    1006 Northwest Blvd

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Disaster relief services in the form of housing/shelter, clothing, and food as well as aiding in emergency preparedness.

     

    Community Youth Services of Southern Oklahoma

    15 Monroe St. NE

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    A residential safe place for children and adolescents, as well as a provider of behavioral health outpatient counseling, prevention and intervention services.

     

    Love County Family Shelter

    (580) 226-3750

    318 W. Main St

    Marietta, OK 73448

    Certified domestic violence and sexual assault program offering services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Services include safety planning, advocacy, 30-day shelter, counseling, domestic violence support group, sexual assault support group, ISP aid, court advocacy, and referrals for food, clothing, and shelter.

    Salvation Army            

    (580) 223-6176

    123 A Street SW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Offers a family shelter; utility, food, and clothing assistance; a free meal served at noon on weekdays; and disaster relief.

    The Family Shelter of Southern Oklahoma

    (580) 226-3750

    (580) 226-6424 24/7 Crisis Hotline

    PO Box 1408

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Certified domestic violence and sexual assault program offering free services to all victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, teen dating violence and stalking. Services include safety planning, legal & medical advocacy, counseling, safe shelter, domestic violence education classes, employment and housing assistance, transportation and support groups.

    Domestic Violence Education Class every Thursday at 9:00am

    Support Group every Tuesday at 6:00pm

     

    Department of Rehabilitation Services

    (580) 226-1808

    333 W Main, Ste. 430

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Job training, employment agency, and job placement assistance for people with disabilities. Serving Carter, Love, Murray, and Marshall counties.

     

    Oklahoma Works

    (580) 223-3291

    2421 Autumn Run, Suite B

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Offers a wide variety of services for job seekers and employers. Employer services include job fairs, meeting space, customized recruitment, resume searches, customized labor market information, free Department of Labor posters, unemployment insurance, WIA/TAA, and WOTC.  Job seeker services include job postings, worker profiling and re-employment services, federal bonding services, veterans’ services, migrant and seasonal farm workers job listings, resource room with a classroom, copier, fax, phones, and computer with Internet access, referrals for training, and resume services.

    Southern Workforce Board, Inc.

    PO Box 744

    Durant, OK  74702

    A volunteer board representing private sector business, economic development, labor, business, trainers, educators, disabled persons, veterans, and other public and private organizations working with the community to identify trends, opportunities and priorities which impact the workforce.

     

    Sunshine Industries   

    (580) 226-1444

    500 Park S.E.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Provides residential care for developmentally disable with supervision and personal care services. Referrals are made through DHS and adult day services are for aging population.

     

     

    FOOD

    Ardmore Soup Kitchen

    St. Phillip’s Episcopal Church (Temporary Location)

    516 McLish

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Meals served on weekday evenings.

    Carter County Health Department Clinic Services

    (580) 223-9705

    405 S. Washington St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Adult and childhood immunizations, WIC nutrition services, tetanus and flu shots, health screenings, STD testing, head lice check, communicable disease investigation and intervention, and family planning services including pregnancy tests, birth control, pap smears, annual exams, and more.

    Community Youth Services of Southern Oklahoma

    15 Monroe St. NE

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    A residential safe place for children and adolescents, as well as a provider of behavioral health outpatient counseling, prevention and intervention services.

     

    Department of Human Services SNAP

    (580) 490-3600

    410 Travertine Dr.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides a monthly benefit to buy food. The amount is based on household size, income, and allowed expenses.

    Food and Resource Center of South-Central Oklahoma      

    (580) 798-2293

    801 Hailey

    Ardmore, OK 73402

    Client choice food pantry.

    Grace Day Center

    (580) 226-2878

    7 A St. NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    The Day Center offers a free facility for laundry and showers, light meals and beverages, computer use, SORTS passes, limited clothing as needed, assistance obtaining IDs, and referrals or connections to other resources.

    INCA Community Service, Inc.             

    (580) 371-2352

    202 S. Capitol

    Tishomingo, OK 73460

    Providing Murray, Johnston, Atoka, and Marshall counties with rental and utility assistance, food bank, referrals, and weatherization needs.

     

    Rolling Hills Psychiatric Hospital

    1-855-794-4399

    1000 Rolling Hills Lane

    Ada, OK 74820

    Rolling Hills is a private psychiatric hospital providing acute inpatient psychiatric care for adolescents, adults, geriatrics, intellectually disabled patients as well as addiction treatment.

     

    Salvation Army            

    (580) 223-6176

    123 A Street SW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Offers a family shelter; utility, food, and clothing assistance; a free meal served at noon on weekdays; and disaster relief.

     

    MEDICAL

     

    Ardmore Veterans Center

    (580) 223-2266

    1015 S. Commerce St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

     

    Long-term nursing care / in-patient facility for veterans.  

    Ardmore Veterans Center

    (580) 223-2266

    1015 S. Commerce St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Long-term nursing care / in-patient facility for veterans.

     

    Big Five Community Services

    (580) 223-4613

    201 A St SW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Head Start, family caregiver support, senior wellness, tax preparation assistance, outreach services for the elderly, prescription assistance, and transportation services.

    Carter County Health Department Children First

    (580) 223-7075 x324

    405 S. Washington St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Program for 1st time pregnant mothers. Provides a private nurse to assist and counsel client on pregnancy and childcare issues.

    Carter County Health Department Clinic Services

    (580) 223-9705

    405 S. Washington St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Adult and childhood immunizations, WIC nutrition services, tetanus and flu shots, health screenings, STD testing, head lice check, communicable disease investigation and intervention, and family planning services including pregnancy tests, birth control, pap smears, annual exams, and more.

    Cross Timbers Hospice             

    (580) 223-0655

    207 C St. NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    207 Main St

    Davis, OK 73030

    Non-profit hospice provider in south central Oklahoma, caring for those with terminal illnesses and their families regardless of their ability to pay.

     

    Department of Human Services SoonerCare

    (580) 490-3600

    410 Travertine Dr.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    SoonerCare (Medicaid) is administered by the Oklahoma Health Care Authority. It is a health coverage program that helps pay for medical costs. You may be eligible if you are 65 or older or under 19, certain adults with a minor dependent, if you are blind or disabled according to the Social Security Administration, if you are pregnant, or if you are a person needing nursing services at home or in a nursing home.

    Good Shepherd Community Clinic Medical Services   

    (580) 223-3411

    20 12th NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Medical services including health screening, exams and assessments, physicals, lab services, wellness visits, mammograms, gynecology, family planning, obstetrics, men’s health, well-child checkups, immunizations, chronic disease management and education, and nutrition services.

    Good Shepherd Community Clinic Pharmacy   

    (580) 223-3411

    20 12th NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Good Shepherd also houses a pharmacy and provides prescription assistance programs.

    Good Shepherd Community Clinic Dental

    (580) 223-3411

    20 12th NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Dental services include exams and X-rays, preventative dental care, dental hygiene education and cleanings, fillings, and extractions.

     

    Good Shepherd Community Clinic Optical

    (580) 223-3411

    20 12th NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Optical services include exams and X-rays as well as frames and lenses.

     

    Arbuckle Life Solutions

    (580) 226-1656

    9 10th Ave. NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Substance abuse services, DUI assessments, EAP counseling, youth counseling, and drug testing.

    Carter County Health Department Child Guidance

    (580) 223-9705

    405 S. Washington St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Individual and Family Counseling, parenting classes, developmental screening, autism screenings, speech – language screenings, evaluations, and therapy.

    Carter County Health Department Children First     

    (580) 223-7075 x324

    405 S. Washington St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Program for 1st time pregnant mothers. Provides a private nurse to assist and counsel client on pregnancy and childcare issues.

    Carter County Sooner Start

    (580) 223-9705

    405 S. Washington St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Early intervention program for children from birth to 3 years old with developmental delays.

    Community Youth Services of Southern Oklahoma

    15 Monroe St. NE

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    A residential safe place for children and adolescents, as well as a provider of behavioral health outpatient counseling, prevention and intervention services.

    Counseling, Inc             

    (580) 371-3551

    102 N. Neshoba

    Tishomingo, OK 73460

    Drug education, crisis intervention & problem solving for youth under 18, and their families serving Johnson, Marshall, Murray, Atoka counties with services including individual, group, or family counseling, crisis counseling, outreach counseling, information and referral services, advocacy services, and first-time offender program

    Dai Center       

    (580) 226-9222

    301 W Main, Ste 202

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Offering developmental assessment and intervention, individual & family counseling, couple & relational counseling, premarital & marital counseling, ADHD assessments, child center therapy, and EMDR.

    Dr. Catherine Roring, NCSP, HSP

    Licensed Psychologist, Nationally Certified School Psychologist

    (580) 235-5334

    333 W. Main St., Ste 440

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Provides psychological and psychoeducational evaluations for children and adolescents aged 2-21 including Autism, Learning Difficulties, ADHD and other behavioral concerns.

     

    Dr. Steven Roring II, HSP

    Licensed Psychologist

    (580) 319-5983

    333 W. Main St., Ste 440

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Provides individual therapy, psychological evaluations, psychoeducational evaluations, and neurofeedback services for children and adults aged 4 and up.

     

    FUNdamentals Therapy Services

    (580) 670-3117

    117 B St SW (speech and OT)

    1301 Kiowa NW (ABA)

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Speech-Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy.

     

    Good Shepherd Community Clinic Behavioral Health Care

    (580) 223-3411

    20 12th NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Good Shepherd also provides integrated behavioral health care and behavioral health management.

    Good Shepherd Community Clinic Care Coordination

    (580) 223-3411

    20 12th NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Good Shepherd care coordination services that provides patient care management, resouce navigation, case management, referrals, translation services, and eligibility assistance (ACA, Medicare, Medicade, SoonerCare). Services are provided on a sliding fee scale.

     

    Healing Hearts Counseling Service

    (580) 798-3650

    98 Broadlawn Shopping Center

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Provides counseling services for Oklahomans ages 3 to adults including individual, family, group, couple, and interactive play therapy.

    Healing Spaces              

    308 S Commerce

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Counseling services for children 7 and up as well as women

     

    Jetty Counseling Center

    (580) 224-2830

    925 NW 15th Ave

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Counseling services for adults and children.

    Nurturing Mamas Network

    (918) 916-9896

    800 12th Ave NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Offering counselors, play therapists, prescribers, and birth doulas.

     

    Oklahoma Families First, Inc.

    (580) 226-9388

    2015 W. Broadway, Suite 51A

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Counseling and therapy options with services including substance use and foster care.

    Restoring Lives

    (580) 798-3650

    98 Broadlawn Shopping Center

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Healing and transforming the mindset of youth and families in historically oppressed communities through holistic health supports, life skills workshops, personal and academic mentorship, and multi-dimensional family support, serving youth ages 9 to 12 and their families. Resources for families include back to school support, rent and utility assistance, mental and physical health forums and scholarships. Services are provided face to face and virtually.

     

    Rolling Hills Psychiatric Hospital

    1-855-794-4399

    1000 Rolling Hills Lane

    Ada, OK 74820

    Rolling Hills is a private psychiatric hospital providing acute inpatient psychiatric care for adolescents, adults, geriatrics, intellectually disabled patients as well as addiction treatment.

    Sara’s Project

    (580) 226-7283

    816 16th ave nw

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Services for suspected or confirmed victims of child abuse in a child-friendly environment while coordinating the corresponding investigation. Also provides crisis & suicide prevention training and suicide intervention & prevention.

     

    Southeastern Oklahoma Family Services     

    (580) 226-5209

    2502 Crossroads, Suite A

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Counseling services for clients over the age of 4.

    The Family Shelter of Southern Oklahoma

    (580) 226-3750

    (580) 226-6424 24/7 Crisis Hotline

    PO Box 1408

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Certified domestic violence and sexual assault program offering free services to all victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, teen dating violence and stalking. Services include safety planning, legal & medical advocacy, counseling, safe shelter, domestic violence education classes, employment and housing assistance, transportation and support groups.

    Domestic Violence Education Class every Thursday at 9:00am

    Support Group every Tuesday night at 6:00pm

     

    Good Shepherd Community Clinic Care Coordination

    (580) 223-3411

    20 12th NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Good Shepherd care coordination services that provides patient care management, resouce navigation, case management, referrals, translation services, and eligibility assistance (ACA, Medicare, Medicade, SoonerCare). Services are provided on a sliding fee scale.

    Hope Pregnancy Center          

    (580) 223-7232

    921 N Washington

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, pregnancy classes (Earn While You Learn), pregnancy option education, empowered parenting classes.

     

    Alcoholics Anonymous

    62 Broadlawn Village

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Meets daily at Noon and 7:00pm

    935 Grand Ave.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Meets daily at 7:00pm

    Arbuckle Life Solutions

    (580) 226-1656

    9 10th Ave. NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Substance abuse services, DUI assessments, EAP counseling, youth counseling, and drug testing.

    Celebrate Recovery

    100 N. Washington

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Meets Tuesday 6:30pm

    Christian recovery group for any addiction.

    Destiny Recovery Center

    (580) 798-4421

    1004 Republic

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Sober living home for women in drug and alcohol recovery offering classes in parenting, budgeting, and relapse prevention.

    Naomi House

    (580) 798-0397

    1105 E St. NW

    Ardmore, Ok 73401

    Christ-centered recovery home for women or women with children with substance use disorders.

    Narcotics Anonymous              

    12 Broadlawn Plaza

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Meets 8:00-9:00 pm.

    Outcasts Under Transformation    

    (580) 504-9566

    805 Grand Ave

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Residential sober living ministry for men

    Oxford House: Broadlawn (Women Only)                   

    (405) 519-1910

    Ardmore, Ok 73401

    Oxford House is a self-run, self-supported recovery home. This location is for women only.

    Oxford House: McLish (Men Only)

    (580) 798-5048

    1022 Stanley Ave SW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Sober living home for men who have already gone through detox.

    Oxford House: Rockford (Men Only)

    House # (580) 798-5291

    Ardmore, Ok 73401

    Sober living home for men who have already gone through detox.

    Rolling Hills Psychiatric Hospital

    1-855-794-4399

    1000 Rolling Hills Lane

    Ada, OK 74820

    Rolling Hills is a private psychiatric hospital providing acute inpatient psychiatric care for adolescents, adults, geriatrics, intellectually disabled patients as well as addiction treatment.

     

    TRANSPORTATION

     

    Grace Day Center

    (580) 226-2878

    7 A St. NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    The Day Center offers a free facility for laundry and showers, light meals and beverages, computer use, SORTS passes, limited clothing as needed, assistance obtaining IDs, and referrals or connections to other resources.

    Grace Resource Center

    (580) 223-2027

    11 A St. NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Utility assistance with a 48-hour cut off notice, assistance with evictions, prescription assistance, clothing vouchers, but tickets, employment assistance, and money management and parenting classes.

    SORTS (Southern Oklahoma Rural Transportation System)

    (580) 924-5331

    Transportation services available for any transit needs via an on-demand service during normal business hours. Free transportation for senior citizens for medical appointments in Bryan, Carter, Coal, Love, and Pontotoc counties. SORTS vehicles meet ADA requirements with wheelchair accessible vans and buses available in all areas of service.

    OXFORD HOUSE

    Confidential Address   Silver Spring, MD 20910

    Montgomery County
    1127 miles from you

    • 301-589-0302 Fax

    HOUSING SERVICES

    SEARCHABLE DIRECTORY OF OXFORD HOUSES

    http://www.oxfordhouse.org/userfiles/file/house-directory.php

    (close details on OXFORD HOUSE)

    Service description:Provides an online directory of Oxford House locations and vacancies. Go to: http://www.oxfordhouse.org/userfiles/file/house-directory.php

    Oxford Houses are democratically self-run sober living homes where residents can stay for as long as he or she does not drink alcohol, does not use drugs and pays an equal share of house expenses. No time limit on stay.

    Service hours:Hours vary, call for details.

    Intake procedure:Application required and an interview process with existing members of the House.

    Fees:Rent and expenses vary by location and by total amount of residents at the home.

    Eligibility:Must not be using drugs or alcohol

    Documents required:Must provide application, photo ID/driver’s license

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English only

    Services:Housing Search and Information, Sober Living Homes

    Site description:Provides a listing of available vacancies and locations

    Site hours:Hours vary, call for details.

    Last Updated:Jun 15, 2020

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    MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OKLAHOMA

    MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OKLAHOMA – 30TH STREET

    Confidential Address   Tulsa, OK 74114

    Tulsa County
    100 miles from you

    • 918-585-1213 Service/Intake
    • 405-943-3700 Alternate Service/Intake

    HOUSING SERVICES

    MARKET RATE HOUSING

    (close details on MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OKLAHOMA)

    Service description:Provides low-income housing search, information, and referral.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:Information not provided by agency.

    Eligibility:Information not provided by agency.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Housing Search and Information

    Site description:Nonprofit organization offering multiple mental health services.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm

    Last Updated:May 11, 2021

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    LIFE SENIOR SERVICES

    5950 E 31st St   Tulsa, OK 74135-5114

    Tulsa County
    102 miles from you(view map for LIFE SENIOR SERVICES)

    • 918-664-9000 Service/Intake
    • 866-664-9009 Alternate Service/Intake

    HOUSING SERVICES: OLDER ADULTS

    VINTAGE GUIDE

    (close details on LIFE SENIOR SERVICES)

    Service description:Publishes the Vintage Guide to Housing and Services, a comprehensive guide to older adult resources including but not limited to affordable senior housing broken down by home health care, independent living, assisted living, rehabilitation, skilled nursing and hospice/palliative care.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Guides can be found at most Quick Trips, Reasors, and CVS and Walgreens pharmacies. Visit website to read digital edition.

    Fees:Accepts donations.

    Eligibility:No restrictions.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Housing Search and Information

    Site description:Multi-service nonprofit serving older adults and caregivers.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:May 20, 2021

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    I Survived It Non Profit Organization

    I Survived It is a foundation birthed from survivors of sexual assault. established to help survivors of sexual assault OVERCOME challenges stemming from sexual abuse, empower survivors and help Educate the community on the effects of sexual assault and abuse through awareness and advocacy. I Survived It Foundation provides support, resources, information, referrals, and advice in order to help survivors heal and overcome sexual abuse, assault and child molestation.

     

     

    Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City, Inc.
    3900 N. Martin Luther King, Jr., Ave.
    Oklahoma City, OK 73111
    Phone: (405) 424-5243
    Fax: (405) 424-3382

    Office Hours:  Monday – Friday, 8:00a.m. – 5:00p.m.

    Offices will be closed on all federal holidays.

    PROGRAMS

     

     

     

     

     

     

    hope haven
    CRISIS NURSERY

    (580) 560-7602

    319 E 13th St

    Ada, OK 74820

     

    mission statement:

    Hope Haven Crisis Nursery is committed to protecting children by providing local families with short-term care for children, birth to 5 years old, whose parents or guardians are in distress or crisis such as domestic violence, homelessness, joblessness, medical situations, mental health needs, and more. By providing a safe home for children, we offer parents availability to address their situation while also providing resources and information for other assistance. Our services are free, confidential, and voluntary.

     

    Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
    3355 S. Purdue
    Oklahoma City, OK 73179

    Monday – Friday
    8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

     

     

    Cities In Schools
    1441 N. Washington St.
    Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401
    580-223-8762

    Monday – Friday:
    Snack: 4p.m. – 5 p.m.

    HFV Wilson
    625 E. Main St.
    Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401
    580-223-0136

    Monday – Friday:
    Dinner: 4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

    Bethany YMCA
    3400 N. Muller Ave.
    Bethany, Oklahoma 73008
    405-789-0231

    Monday – Friday:
    Snack: 3 p.m. – 4 p.m.

     

     

    WIC Clinic – Fair Park
    210A Quadrum Drive
    Oklahoma City, OK 73108
    Monday – Friday 8:00a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    WIC Clinic – Northeast
    2600 NE 63rd Street
    Oklahoma City, OK 73111
    Monday – Friday 8:00a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    WIC Clinic – East
    1104 S. Air Depot Blvd Suite 10
    Midwest City, OK 73110
    Monday – Friday 8:00a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    WIC Clinic – Memorial
    36 W. Memorial, Suite B8
    Oklahoma City, OK 73114
    Monday – Friday 8:00a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    WIC Clinic – South
    6728 S Hudson Ave
    Oklahoma City, OK 73139
    Monday – Friday 8:00a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    WIC Clinic – West
    1501 N Meridian Ave
    Oklahoma City, OK 73107
    Monday – Friday 8:00a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    WIC Clinic – Shepherd Mall**
    2401 NW 23rd Street, Suite 2G
    Oklahoma City, OK 73107
    Monday – Friday 8:00a.m. to 4:30 p.m

    Fi Single Mom Support Group

     

    Battle Creek Church

    3025 North Aspen Ave Broken Arrow, OK 74012 US 918.355.3699

    Abiding Harvest Church75.1 miles

    4407 S. Olive Ave. Broken Arrow, OK 74011 918-449-1970

     

    Choctaw Road Baptist Church141.8 miles

    14971 East Reno Choctaw, OK 73020 US 405-390-9002

    Oklahoma

    Mr. Casey Letran
    Program Field Representative
    Oklahoma Department of Human Services
    Family Support Services Division-SNAP/LIHEAP Section
    P.O. Box 25352
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73125
    TEL: (405) 521-3444
    FAX: (405) 521-4158
    E-MAIL: [email protected]
    WEB SITE: http://www.okdhs.org/services/liheap Visit disclaimer page
    PUBLIC INQUIRIES: 1-866-411-1877 or 405-521-3444

    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps keep families safe and healthy by helping them with energy costs. LIHEAP provides assistance in managing costs associated with home energy bills, energy emergencies, weatherproofing, and energy-related minor home repairs. Learn more by contacting the agency that manages LIHEAP in your state.

     

    The Child Care Subsidy program helps ensure trained supervision, nutrition and education for children while their parents or caregivers are at work, in training or receiving an education. In addition, the Child Care program covers children who are in danger of being abused, neglected or exploited

     

    The preferred application method is to apply online at www.okdhslive.org.
    However, you may submit a completed form 08MP001E (Request for Benefits) to your local DHS Human Services Center.

     

     

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    ELIGIBILITY

    Homeless Prevention

    Utility Assistance

    • Must live in Oklahoma County.
    • Have a cutoff notice in the client’s name for the current address.
    • Have minor children under the age of 18 or senior 55 years of age or older living in the home.
    • Have proof of hardship which has caused difficulty in paying the bill.

    Rent Assistance

    • Must live in Oklahoma County.
    • Have a 5-day notice to quit or eviction notice in the client’s name for the current address.
    • Have minor children under the age of 18 or senior 55 years of age or older living in the home.
    • Have proof of hardship which has caused difficulty in paying the bill.

     

     

    Homeless Services

    We are working with our partner agencies to provide for the needs of our mutual clients without the client having to come to Upward Transitions in person. Individuals who are homeless should discuss the need for a referral to Upward Transitions services with their case manager, advocate, or counselor at the shelter or transitional housing where they reside or agency which provides them with healthcare, mental healthcare, rehabilitative services, etc.

     

    Our services provide the following forms of assistance:

    • Legal document retrieval assistance for clients who are homeless (birth certificates, marriage licenses, etc.)
    • State ID purchase assistance for clients who are homeless
    • Public housing rent deposits (Call to confirm that funds are available.)
    • Linkage to other services

    VERIFICATION

    An Upward Transitions’ Partner Agency must email our Verification of Homelessness and Referral to us for any individual seeking the following services: birth certificate retrieval, obtaining state ID, and transportation for employment purposes.

    Ways to attain a referral:

    • If you reside in a shelter, please contact your case manager at the shelter for a referral.
    • If you reside on the streets or in an abandoned building, tent, or car, please contact an agency, day shelter, or service provider which can verify your homeless status and provide a referral to us.
    • If you reside in a transitional housing program, please contact your advocate in the program for a referral.
    • If you reside with others temporarily (1-2 months not paying rent), please contact an agency, day shelter, or service provider which can verify your homeless status and provide a referral to us.
    • If you have recently been released from incarceration please contact your case manager, parole officer, or advocate for a referral.

    HOMELESS ALLIANCE

    1724 NW 4th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Oklahoma County
    3 miles from you(view map for HOMELESS ALLIANCE)

    • 405-415-8410 Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    RAPID REHOUSING SCREENING

    [email protected]

    http://www.homelessalliance.org

    405-415-8410 Main Phone

    405-415-2357 Fax

    (close details on HOMELESS ALLIANCE)

    Service description:Provides case management, and care for already homeless and at-risk families with children, veterans, the chronically homeless, and homeless people who are HIV+.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 9am-3pm

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Housing programs for families with children, veterans, chronically homeless, transition age youth, people discharging from jail or prison. Call to be assessed for eligibility.

    Documents required:Call for details.

    Area served:Oklahoma City

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:At Risk/Homeless Housing Related Assistance Programs

    Site description:The WestTown Campus includes a day shelter, medical clinic, pharmacy, and offices for multiple agencies serving the homeless.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

    Travel instructions:Located West of downtown OKC. The campus is located off of Virginia Avenue between NW 3rd and 4th Street. Virginia is a block East of Penn.
    Numbers 8, 9, 11 bus lines. https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Nov 18, 2020

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    HEARTLINE

    Confidential Address   Oklahoma City, OK 73116

    Oklahoma County
    8 miles from you

    • 405-286-4057 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS

    EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT (ESG)

    211 Main Phone

    405-286-4057 Alternate Main Phone

    (click here for details on HEARTLINE)

    FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

    SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERANS (SSVF)

    405-256-4057 Alternate Main Phone

    211 Service/Intake

    877-362-1606 Toll-Free

    (close details on HEARTLINE)

    Service description:Provides supportive services to very low-income Veterans and their families residing in or transitioning to permanent housing. Provides financial assistance and case management services for households at-risk of becoming homeless and re-housing assistance for homeless veterans and their families.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours for prescreening

    Intake procedure:Must call 2-1-1 to complete pre-screen survey with 2-1-1 Call Specialist for referral to program. All SSVF referrals must first come through 2-1-1 Heartline pre-screen survey.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Veterans and their families who meet residency, income, housing and discharge criteria on 2-1-1 pre-screen.

    Documents required:Must provide discharge paperwork

    Area served:Oklahoma County, Canadian County, Cleveland County, Lincoln County, Logan County, Pottawatomie County and Seminole county

    Languages:English; Phone translation available

    Services:At Risk/Homeless Housing Related Assistance Programs for Veterans, Rent Payment Assistance for Veterans, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Veterans

    Site hours:Business office: M, T, W, Th, 8 AM – 5 PM; F 8 AM – 1 PM
    Helpline: 24-hours

    Last Updated:Jan 12, 2021

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    CITY CARE

    LOW BARRIER SHELTER

    532 N Villa Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73107

    Oklahoma County
    5 miles from you(view map for CITY CARE)

    • 405-652-1112 Main   Goes to primary office

    SHELTERS

    LOW BARRIER SHELTER

    https://www.citycareokc.org/

    405-652-1112 Main Phone

    (close details on CITY CARE)

    Service description:Provides shelter for the night for those who need it. 140 beds (96 for men, 28 for women and four family suites). Offers short and long-term storage, a pet hotel and wash station. Provides clean linens and you can stay as long as you need to.

    Service hours:Families may enter at 4:30PM
    Single adults may enter at 6:00pm
    No curfew for entry as long as there is vacancy. Shelter guests may reserve a bed for the following evening as well.

    Intake procedure:Walk-in

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:All

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma City metro

    Languages:English only but will take whatever steps necessary to communicate with a person in need of services.

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Family Crisis Shelters, Crisis Shelter for Men, Crisis Shelter for Women, Homeless Shelter

    Site description:Provides low barrier shelter for those in need.

    Site hours:Families can come in at 4:30pm
    Single adults can come in at 6:00pm
    No cut-off time for shelter as long as there is vacancy.

    Travel instructions:Numbers 9 and 38 bus lines service this location.

    Last Updated:Mar 29, 2021

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    WOMENS RESOURCE CENTER

    Confidential Address   Norman, OK 73070

    Cleveland County
    17 miles from you

    • 405-701-5540 Service/Intake   24 hr Rape Crisis Center
    • 405-701-5660 Service/Intake   24 hr DV Crisis Line
    • [email protected]

    SHELTERS

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER

    [email protected]

    https://wrcnormanok.org/

    405-701-5660 24 HR Crisis Line

    (close details on WOMENS RESOURCE CENTER)

    Service description:Provides safe, temporary housing for women and their children who have been victimized by domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking. Residents receive individual and group support, DV education, advocacy, information and referral on housing, job training, legal aid and financial assistance. They also benefit from the understanding and support of the staff and other residents.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm, 24 hour emergency shelter

    Intake procedure:Call for details Domestic Violence Shelter 405 701 5497

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Women and children who are victims and/or survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.

    Documents required:Please call ahead as this is done on a case by case decision.

    Area served:211 Oklahoma City

    Languages:.English and Spanish

    Services:Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups, Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups for Women, Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Women

    Site hours:24 hours

    Last Updated:Jun 17, 2020

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    CHILDREN & YOUTH

     

    Boys and Girls Club of Red River Valley

    (580) 490-9084

    1501 9th Ave., NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    After-school program, ages 5-18, including tutoring and homework h

    Carter County Health Department Child Guidance

    (580) 223-9705

    405 S. Washington St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Individual and Family Counseling, parenting classes, developmental screening, autism screenings, speech – language screenings, evaluations, and therapy.

     

    Carter County Health Department Clinic Services

    (580) 223-9705

    405 S. Washington St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Adult and childhood immunizations, WIC nutrition services, tetanus and flu shots, health screenings, STD testing, head lice check, communicable disease investigation and intervention, and family planning services including pregnancy tests, birth control, pap smears, annual exams, and more.

    Carter County Sooner Start

    (580) 223-9705

    405 S. Washington St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Early intervention program for children from birth to 3 years old with developmental delays.

    CASA of Southern Oklahoma

    (580) 226-0009

    20 B Street SW Room 401, Fourth Floor

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Advocates for abused or neglected children via trained volunteers whose responsibilities include investigating the circumstances surrounding the case, making an independent evaluation of what is in the child’s best interest, both immediately and in the long run, and monitoring the case until a permanent plan is approved by the court.

    Cities in Schools

    (580) 223-8762

    1405 4th Ave NW #135

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Literacy based afterschool and summer programs for children PreK through 5th grade with a variety of extracurricular activities.

     

    Community Youth Services of Southern Oklahoma

    15 Monroe St. NE

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    A residential safe place for children and adolescents, as well as a provider of behavioral health outpatient counseling, prevention and intervention services.

    Dai Center       

    (580) 226-9222

    301 W Main, Ste 202

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Offering developmental assessment and intervention, individual & family counseling, couple & relational counseling, premarital & marital counseling, ADHD assessments, child center therapy, and EMDR.

    Department of Human Services

    (580) 490-3600

    410 Travertine Dr.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    (580) 276-3383

    Department of Human Services Childcare Assistance

    (580) 490-3600

    410 Travertine Dr.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Child Care Subsidy Benefits pay part or all child care costs directly to a licensed and contracted child care provider for those eligible while you are working or attending school or training. Eligible individuals may be required to pay a portion of child care costs based on your income.

    Department of Human Services TANF

    (580) 490-3600

    410 Travertine Dr.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) provides a small, temporary cash assistance payment to low income families of children who are deprived of parental support due to absence, death, incapacity or chronic unemployment while gaining education and work skills leading to full time employment.

     

    Dr. Catherine Roring, NCSP, HSP

    Licensed Psychologist, Nationally Certified School Psychologist

    (580) 235-5334

    333 W. Main St., Ste 440

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Provides psychological and psychoeducational evaluations for children and adolescents aged 2-21 including Autism, Learning Difficulties, ADHD and other behavioral concerns.

     
    Dr. Steven Roring II, HSP

    Licensed Psychologist

    (580) 319-5983

    333 W. Main St., Ste 440

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Provides individual therapy, psychological evaluations, psychoeducational evaluations, and neurofeedback services for children and adults aged 4 and up.

     
    Fundamentals Therapy Services

    (580) 670-3117

    117 B St SW (speech and OT)

    1301 Kiowa NW (ABA)

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Speech-Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy.

     

    Healing Hearts Counseling Service

    (580) 798-3650

    98 Broadlawn Shopping Center

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Provides counseling services for Oklahomans ages 3 to adults including individual, family, group, couple, and interactive play therapy.

     

    Healing Spaces              

    308 S Commerce

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Counseling services for children 7 and up as well as women

     

    HFV Wilson Center     

    (580) 223-0136

    625 E Main St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    After school recreational programs for youth and adults; summer camp programs including basketball, golf, tennis, team camps, art camps, cross country/track; bingo for senior citizens.

     

    Homeless School Liaison

    Zaneis School District

    Cindy Rose – (580) 668-2955

    30515 U.S. Highway 70     Wilson, OK 73463

     

    Ardmore Schools

    Sabra Emde – (580) 226-7650

    P.O. Box 1709     Ardmore, OK 73401

                                                   

    Springer Schools

    Carolyn Lancaster- (580)653-2471

    P.O. Box 249     Springer, OK 73458

     

    Plainview Schools

    Karl Sticker – (580) 223-6319

    1140 South Plainview Road     Ardmore, OK 73401

     

    Lone Grove Schools

    Richie Mckee – (580) 867-4690

    P.O. Box 1330     Lone Grove, OK 73443

     

    Wilson Schools

    Josh Mitchell – (580) 668-2306

    1860 Hewitt Road     Wilson, OK 73463

     

    Healdton Schools

    Donielle Cantwell – (580) 229-0566

    P.O. Box 490     Healdton, OK 73438

     

    Fox Schools

    Mark Williams – (580) 673-2081

    P.O. Box 248     Fox, OK 73435

     

    Dickson Schools

    Jennifer Mays-Krimmer – (580) 226-0633

    4762 Hwy 199     Ardmore, OK 73401

     

    Ensuring rights of all school-age students to go to school, including those without permanent housing and high school students living unaccompanied. If you are in this situation contact the Homeless Liason at your school for help.

    Hope Pregnancy Center          

    (580) 223-7232

    921 N Washington

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, pregnancy classes (Earn While You Learn), pregnancy option education, empowered parenting classes.

     

    Lion’s Club       

    (580) 220-7782

    1. O. Box 174

    Ardmore, Ok 73402

    Applications for vision exams and glasses, for children (at this time)

     

    New Dimension Literacy Council

    (580) 630-9055

    (580) 798-2100

    320 E St SW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Free services including Basic reading/math skills, ESL, citizenship, conversational English, pre-GED, and youth tutoring for Carter and Love County

     

    Nurturing Mamas Network

    (918) 916-9896

    800 12th Ave NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Offering counselors, play therapists, prescribers, and birth doulas.

     

    Office of Juvenile Affairs

    (580) 223-8032

    333 West Main, Suite 370

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    State agency entrusted by the people of Oklahoma to provide professional prevention, education, and treatment services, as well as secure facilities for juveniles to promote public safety and reduce juvenile delinquency.

    Oklahoma Families First, Inc.

    (580) 226-9388

    2015 W. Broadway, Suite 51A

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Counseling and therapy options with services including substance use and foster care.

     

    Oklahoma Family Support Network

    Oklahoma Family Network focuses on supporting families of children and youth with special needs via emotional support, resource navigation, and ensuring quality healthcare for all children and families through strong and effective family/professional partnerships.

     

    Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care, Inc.

    (405) 312-8663

    Ardmore First Methodist

    501 W. Main

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Recruit, train and support foster families in Carter and surrounding counties.  Support for our foster families includes a co-op with free clothing and equipment, welcome baskets for new placements, additional financial support, and monthly support groups.

     

    PAX Tools
    (580) 436-3980

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    PAX Tools are trauama-informed, evidence based strategies to teach children behavior skills for better self-regulation. The Chickasaw Nation via Hofanti Chokma offers a free online workshop to build a healthy relationship with your children at home or the children you work with in the community. These online PAX Tools workshops are available to ANY parent or caregiver of children ages 0 to 8 years old. Email [email protected] for more details or to register.

     

    Children & Youth

     

    Restoring Lives
    (580) 798-3650

    98 Broadlawn Shopping Center

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Healing and transforming the mindset of youth and families in historically oppressed communities through holistic health supports, life skills workshops, personal and academic mentorship, and multi-dimensional family support, serving youth ages 9 to 12 and their families. Resources for families include back to school support, rent and utility assistance, mental and physical health forums and scholarships. Services are provided face to face and virtually.

     

    Sara’s Project

    (580) 226-7283

    816 16th ave nw

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Services for suspected or confirmed victims of child abuse in a child-friendly environment while coordinating the corresponding investigation. Also provides crisis & suicide prevention training and suicide intervention & prevention.

     

    Sendero Pediatric Therapy                  

    (580) 530-6161

    32 N Washington St

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Pediatric speech therapy services.

     

    Elderly Services

    Ardmore Veterans Center

    (580) 223-2266

    1015 S. Commerce St.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Long-term nursing care / in-patient facility for veterans.

     

    Big Five Community Services

    (580) 223-4613

    201 A St SW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Head Start, family caregiver support, senior wellness, tax preparation assistance, outreach services for the elderly, prescription assistance, and transportation services.

     

    Department of Human Services

    (580) 490-3600

    410 Travertine Dr.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    (580) 276-3383

    SORTS (Southern Oklahoma Rural Transportation System)

    (580) 924-5331

    Transportation services available for any transit needs via an on-demand service during normal business hours. Free transportation for senior citizens for medical appointments in Bryan, Carter, Coal, Love, and Pontotoc counties. SORTS vehicles meet ADA requirements with wheelchair accessible vans and buses available in all areas of service.

    Sunshine Industries   

    (580) 226-1444

    500 Park S.E.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Provides residential care for developmentally disable with supervision and personal care services. Referrals are made through DHS and adult day services are for aging population.

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    Tel: 405-517-9753

     

    CLOTHING

     

    Community Youth Services of Southern Oklahoma

    15 Monroe St. NE

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    A residential safe place for children and adolescents, as well as a provider of behavioral health outpatient counseling, prevention and intervention services.

     

    Grace Day Center

    (580) 226-2878

    7 A St. NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    The Day Center offers a free facility for laundry and showers, light meals and beverages, computer use, SORTS passes, limited clothing as needed, assistance obtaining IDs, and referrals or connections to other resources.

    Grace Resource Center            

    (580) 223-2027

    11 A St. NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Utility assistance with a 48-hour cut off notice, assistance with evictions, prescription assistance, clothing vouchers, but tickets, employment assistance, and money management and parenting classes.

    Salvation Army            

    (580) 223-6176

    123 A Street SW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Offers a family shelter; utility, food, and clothing assistance; a free meal served at noon on weekdays; and disaster relief.

    Salvation Army Thrift Store

     

    (580) 223-6279

    1211 N. Washington St

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Low cost and discount clothing, furniture, appliances, etc.

     

     

    SUPPORT GROUPS

     

    Adult Children of Alcoholics

    935 Grand Ave

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Meets on Mondays at 5:30 pm

     

    Alcoholics Anonymous

    62 Broadlawn Village

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Meets daily at Noon and 7:00pm

    935 Grand Ave.

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Meets daily at 7:00pm

     

    Celebrate Recovery

    100 N. Washington

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Meets Tuesday 6:30pm

    Christian recovery group for any addiction.

    Cross Timbers Hospice             

    (580) 223-0655

    207 C St. NW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    207 Main St

    Davis, OK 73030

    Non-profit hospice provider in south central Oklahoma, caring for those with terminal illnesses and their families regardless of their ability to pay.

     

    Finding Hope

    2620 Mt. Washington Rd. (Student Ministries Bldg.)

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Meets 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month at 6:30pm.

    Support for those in any type of relationship with a person struggling with addiction.

    Grief Share

    225 First Ave SW

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Meets Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm.

    Support for the death of a loved one. Closed group that opens to new members twice a year.

    Love County Family Shelter

    (580) 226-3750

    318 W. Main St

    Marietta, OK 73448

    Certified domestic violence and sexual assault program offering services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Services include safety planning, advocacy, 30-day shelter, counseling, domestic violence support group, sexual assault support group, ISP aid, court advocacy, and referrals for food, clothing, and shelter.

    Narcotics Anonymous

    12 Broadlawn Plaza

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Meets 8:00-9:00 pm.

     

     

    Support GroupSubstance Use

     

    Oklahoma Family Support Network

    Oklahoma Family Network focuses on supporting families of children and youth with special needs via emotional support, resource navigation, and ensuring quality healthcare for all children and families through strong and effective family/professional partnerships.

    Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care, Inc.

    (405) 312-8663

    Ardmore First Methodist

    501 W. Main

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Recruit, train and support foster families in Carter and surrounding counties.  Support for our foster families includes a co-op with free clothing and equipment, welcome baskets for new placements, additional financial support, and monthly support groups.

     

    The Family Shelter of Southern Oklahoma

    (580) 226-3750

    (580) 226-6424 24/7 Crisis Hotline

    PO Box 1408

    Ardmore, OK 73401

    Certified domestic violence and sexual assault program offering free services to all victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, teen dating violence and stalking. Services include safety planning, legal & medical advocacy, counseling, safe shelter, domestic violence education classes, employment and housing assistance, transportation and support groups.

    Domestic Violence Education Class every Thursday at 9:00am

    Support Group every Tuesday night at 6:00pm

          

    Housing & ShelterEmergency ServicesMental HealthSupport Group

    There is Hope (Gamblers Anonymous)

    (580) 224-7065

    Meets Thursday on Zoom at 5:30pm.

    Text or call phone number for Zoom info.

    SALVATION ARMY

    SALVATION ARMY CENTRAL OKLAHOMA AREA COMMAND

    1001 N Pennsylvania   Oklahoma City, OK 73107

    • 405-246-1133 Service/Intake   24/7 shelter

    CRISIS SHELTER

    WINTER SHELTER BEDS

    http://www.salvationarmyusa.org/

    Service description:Provides a limited number of overflow beds for those seeking to get out of the freezing weather.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 7PM-6AM. Times are updated daily as the weather continues to change.

    Intake procedure:Walk-ins accepted

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Women and children only

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma County

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Homeless People

    Site description:Provides food pantry and utility assistance to residents of Oklahoma county.

    Site hours:Mon-Thu 9am-4pm (closed for Lunch) Fri 9am-Noon

    HOMELESS ALLIANCE

    1724 NW 4th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-415-8410 Main Phone

    CRISIS SHELTER

    WINTER SHELTER BEDS

    Service description:Provides a limited number of overflow beds for those seeking to get out of the freezing weather.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 8PM-6AM. Times are updated daily as the weather continues to change.

    Intake procedure:Walk-ins accepted

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Serving men, women and children

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma County

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Homeless People

    Site description:The WestTown Campus includes a day shelter, medical clinic, pharmacy, and offices for multiple agencies serving the homeless.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

    Travel instructions:Located West of downtown OKC. The campus is located off of Virginia Avenue between NW 3rd and 4th Street. Virginia is a block East of Penn.
    SHELTERS | HOMELESS ALLIANCE DAY SHELTER

    SUNBEAM FAMILY SERVICES

    1100 NW 14th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    • 405-609-1987 Main Phone

    SHELTER

    SENIOR SHELTER

    405-609-1987 Main Phone

    (close details on SUNBEAM FAMILY SERVICES)

    Service description:Provides a shelter for any senior who may need shelter because of abuse, neglect, self-neglect, and/or exploitation, as well as homelessness due to mental illness or catastrophic medical expenses.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Admission to the shelter is by referral from a social/human services agency. To learn more about the Senior Shelter, call 405-609-1987 Ext. 137 or email [email protected].

    Fees:none

    Eligibility:Seniors 60+ who are experiencing homelessness.

    Documents required:Call for details

    Area served:Oklahoma, Canadian, Cleveland and Logan counties

    Languages:English only

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Elder Abuse Shelters, Homeless Shelter

    Site description:Provides family counseling, foster care and early childhood education and senior services programs.

    Site hours:Mon, Fri 8:30am-5pm; Tue-Thu 8:30am-7:30pm

     

    ADOPTION / FOSTER CARE | FOSTER CARE SERVICES

    CITY CARE

    LOW BARRIER SHELTER

    532 N Villa Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73107

    Oklahoma County
    405-652-1112 Main   Goes to primary office

    SHELTERS

    LOW BARRIER SHELTER

    https://www.citycareokc.org/

    405-652-1112 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides shelter for the night for those who need it. 140 beds (96 for men, 28 for women and four family suites). Offers short and long-term storage, a pet hotel and wash station. Provides clean linens and you can stay as long as you need to.

    Service hours:Families may enter at 4:30PM
    Single adults may enter at 6:00pm
    No curfew for entry as long as there is vacancy. Shelter guests may reserve a bed for the following evening as well.

    Intake procedure:Walk-in

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:All

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma City metro

    Languages:English only but will take whatever steps necessary to communicate with a person in need of services.

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Family Crisis Shelters, Crisis Shelter for Men, Crisis Shelter for Women, Homeless Shelter

    Site description:Provides low barrier shelter for those in need.

    Site hours:Families can come in at 4:30pm
    Single adults can come in at 6:00pm
    No cut-off time for shelter as long as there is vacancy.

    YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

    2460 NW 39th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73112

    • 405-917-9922   Domestic Violence Hotline
    • 405-943-7273   Sexual Assault Hotline
    • 405-948-1770 Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER

    http://www.ywcaokc.org/

    405-917-9922   Domestic Violence Hotline

    405-943-7273   Sexual Assault Hotline

    Service description:Provides emergency shelter and care for victims who are in immediate danger, and their children. Victims are assisted in obtaining housing, medical care, legal counsel, transportation, and many other needed services. Domestic violence education and support groups provide awareness to clients, giving them the opportunity to regain control over their own lives.

    Service hours:Sun-Sat 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Must be a domestic violence or sexual assualt victim in immediate need of an emergency assistance.

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma County and surrounding areas

    Languages:Spanish

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues

    Site description:Provides primary and secondary social services to families who have been affected domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm; Shelter: 24-hours

    PIVOT INC

    201 NE 50th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    • 405-235-7537 ext. 243 Main Phone

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    FAMILY JUNCTION CHILDREN’S RESOURCE CENTER

    [email protected]

    http://www.pivotok.org/

    405-272-0726 Main Phone

    405-235-7537 ext. 243 Service/Intake

    405-604-9476 Other   After hours emergencies

    405-604-9479 Fax

    MID DEL YOUTH & FAMILY CENTER

    2801 Parklawn Drive Suite 201   Midwest City, OK 73110

    • 405-733-5437 Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    YOUTH CRISIS SHELTER

    405-424-0177 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides a 24/7 emergency youth shelter. Home environment to encourage physical and emotional safety. Shelter works with Midwest City and Del City police departments as an emergency placement for runaway children or adolescents.

    Service hours:24-hours

    Intake procedure:Intake done by childcare social worker.

    Fees:No charge.

    Eligibility:Children birth to 17 years of age

    Documents required:Call for details

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English only. Translation services available.

    Services:Crisis Intervention, Crisis Intervention for Youth, Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Youth

    CROSSROADS YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES

    NORMAN – CROSSROADS YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES

    1650 W Tecumseh Road Ste 500   Norman, OK 73071

    • 405-321-0240 Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    EMERGENCY YOUTH SHELTER-NORMAN

    http://www.crossroadsyfs.com

    405-321-0240 Main Phone

    405-321-7564 Fax

    Service description:Provides short-term emergency homeless shelter care for up to twelve (12) children from birth to seventeen (17) years of age in Cleveland and other Central Oklahoma Counties.

    Service hours:24-hours

    Intake procedure:Call for details.

    Fees:No charge.

    Eligibility:Children aged 17 and under.

    Documents required:Call for more information

    Area served:Cleveland & McClain counties and central Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Youth

    Site description:Supports healthy lifestyles and emotional well being of children, youth, and families through the provision of effective community based programs. This agency is a member of the Oklahoma Association of Youth Services (OAYS).

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:Dec 09, 2020

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    WOMENS RESOURCE CENTER

    Confidential Address   Norman, OK 73070

    • 405-701-5540 Service/Intake   24 hr Rape Crisis Center
    • 405-701-5660 Service/Intake   24 hr DV Crisis Line
    • [email protected]

    SHELTERS

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER

    [email protected]

    https://wrcnormanok.org/

    405-701-5660 24 HR Crisis Line

    MARIE DETTY YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICE CENTER

    2501 SW E Avenue   Lawton, OK 73505

    • 580-248-6450 Alternate Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    EMERGENCY YOUTH SHELTER

    http://www.marie-detty.org/emergency-youth-shelter.html

    580-248-6450 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides supervised care 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. The youth shelter houses males and females between the ages of 13 to 17 that are in need of temporary emergency care. Counseling services, case management, health screenings, recreation, crisis intervention, and daily living skills are provided. The youth also attend public school.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Males and females between the ages of 13 to 17

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Comanche county

    Languages:English only

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Homeless Shelter, Placements for Children and Youth

    Site description:Provides emergency health and human services for youth and families.

    Site hours:Services vary. Call about service availability.

     

    SHELTERS

    NEW DIRECTIONS WOMENS SHELTER

    580-250-1123 Alternate Main Phone

    580-357-2500 Service/Intake   Crisis Services

    Service description:Provides services for victims/survivors of domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault, including crisis line, shelter, counseling, emergency transportation, support groups for adults and children, advocacy, referrals to community resources, community education, and referrals for abusive partners.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake. Shelter in a secure location.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Victims of domestic violence and sexual assault

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Comanche County

    Languages:English only

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues

    Site description:Provides emergency health and human services for youth and families.

    Site hours:Services vary. Call about service availability.

     

    PEACHTREE LANDING

    105 W Hazel   Ponca City, OK 74601

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    PEACHTREE LANDING

    580-762-3208 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides emergency shelter for single women, single parents with children, and families.

    Service hours:24-hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Homeless women and single parents with children. Must not have any charges pertaining to assult & battery, domestic violence, or drug related charges.

    Documents required:Must provide photo ID/driver’s license and any clearances of warrants served.

    Area served:Because of Covid19 we are currently not taking anyone outside of Kay County. Once the pandemic starts slowing down we will open back up to provide shelter to anyone regardless of where they are coming from.

    Languages:English only

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter, Homeless Shelter

    Last Updated:Oct 12, 2020

    OSAGE NATION COUNSELING CENTER

    FAMILY VIOLENCE PROGRAM

    Confidential Address   Pawhuska, OK 74056

    • 866-897-4747 Main Phone
    • 918-287-5422 Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SAFE SHELTER

    http://www.osagenation-nsn.gov

    866-897-4747 Main Phone – 24 Hour Crisis Line

    WESTERN PLAINS YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES

    202639 E County Road 42   Woodward, OK 73801

    • 580-254-5322 Main Phone

    HEALTH CARE / DENTAL SERVICES

    EMERGENCY YOUTH SHELTER

    580-256-8931 Main Phone – Denise Lively   [email protected]

    580-254-5335 Fax

    (close details on WESTERN PLAINS YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES)

    Service description:Provides voluntary placement for youth ages 0-17 who have run away or who must, for various reasons, be temporarily removed for their home. Youth are referred for placement if they are temporarily homeless, experiencing extreme family conflict, have been involved in misdemeanor offenses, or are awaiting foster homes.

    Service hours:24-hours

    Intake procedure:Must be signed in by legal guardian and paperwork filled out.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Ages 0-17.

    Documents required:Call for details

    Area served:Statewide

    Languages:English and Spanish translator available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Youth

    Site hours:Hours vary, call for details.

    Last Updated:Jan 11, 2021

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    5901 Nw 63rd Street   Warr Acres, OK 73132

    2101 Exchange Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73108

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    VITA21

    TEEM-UCO IN-PERSON VITA

    1501 N Classen   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Oklahoma County
    4 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/

    405-601-5873 Main Phone

    (close details on VITA21)

    Service description:Promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit and expand access to free tax assistance to Oklahoma households.Those filing taxes can find a free VITA intake site (https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/) or at OKCtaxHelp.org and file their taxes with IRS-certified volunteers or https://secure.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action

    Service hours:Feb 1-Apr 10
    Mon 9am-10am

    Intake procedure:https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/

    It’s Your Money OKC, Go Claim It


    https://secure.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action

    Fees:n/a

    Eligibility:AARP – must be 50 or older or have low-to-moderate income
    VITA – must have one of the following qualifiers: make $57,000 or less, age 60 or older, be a person with a disability or be a limited English-speaking taxpayer

    Documents required:tax related paperwork

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Tax Organizations and Services

    Site description:promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit and expand access to free tax assistance to Oklahoma County households.Those filing taxes can find a free VITA intake site at OKC Tax Help and file their taxes with IRS-certified volunteers.

    Site hours:by appointment only

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    2914 Sw 59th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73119

    5501 N Villa   Oklahoma City, OK 73112

    6700 Nw 35th Street   Bethany, OK 73008

    818 W Grand Avenue   Chickasha, OK 73018

    2525 Muzzy Street   Choctaw, OK 73020

    319 Southwest 25th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73109

    203 N Bickford   El Reno, OK 73036

    4509 Se 15th Street   Del City, OK 73115

    300 Park Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73102

    10 S Boulevard   Edmond, OK 73034

    2 SE Lee Boulevard Ste 200   Lawton, OK 73501

    1930 Church Avenue   Harrah, OK 73045

    112 N 9th Street   Sulphur, OK 73086

    215 E Wichita   Cleveland, OK 74020

    12201 N Portland Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73120

    9295 Willa Way   Jones, OK 73049

    1210 Summit Avenue   Lawton, OK 73501

    310 Ne 3rd Luther Public Library   Luther, OK 73054

    1200 Lakeshore Drive   Yukon, OK 73099

    1002 Bear Lane   Okmulgee, OK 74447

    100 N Midwest Boulevard   Midwest City, OK 73110

    225 South Howard   Moore, OK 73160

    1201 N Mustang Road   Mustang, OK 73064

    2240 Overholser Drive   Nicoma Park, OK 73066

    225 N. Webster   Norman, OK 73069

    5600 Nw 122nd Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73142

    117 W Russworm   Watonga, OK 73772

    2250 Modelle Ste A & B   Clinton, OK 73601

    2000 Ne 23rd Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73111

    6900 S Walker Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73139

    10307 N Pennsylvania Avenue   The Village, OK 73120

    8230 Nw Expressway   Oklahoma City, OK 73162

    10201 S Western Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73139

    1155 E Main Street   Norman, OK 73071

    205 N 2nd Street   Ponca City, OK 74601

    100 N University Drive Coyner Health Sciences Building   Edmond, OK 73034

    5901 Nw 63rd Street   Warr Acres, OK 73132

    2101 Exchange Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73108

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    OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION

    2501 N Lincoln Boulevard Connors Building Capitol Complex   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    4 miles from you(view map for OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION)

    • 405-521-3160 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    TAXPAYER ASSISTANCE

    http://www.tax.ok.gov

    405-521-3160 Main Phone

    (close details on OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION)

    Service description:Provides free income tax assistance information and assists individual and business taxpayers with various issues relating to the collection of taxes and fees for the State of Oklahoma.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Call for details.

    Fees:No charge.

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:Call for more information

    Area served:Statewide

    Languages:Englisho nly

    Services:Public Officials Offices, State Government Agencies/Departments, Tax Organizations and Services

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 7:30am-4:30pm

    Last Updated:May 17, 2021

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    VITA21

    RALPH ELLISON LIBRARY IN-PERSON LOCATION

    2000 Ne 23rd Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73111

    Oklahoma County
    6 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    405-424-1437 Main Phone

    (close details on VITA21)

    Service description:Promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit and expand access to free tax assistance to Oklahoma households.Those filing taxes can find a free VITA intake site (https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/) or at OKCtaxHelp.org and file their taxes with IRS-certified volunteers or https://secure.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action

    Service hours:varies by site

    Intake procedure:https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/

    It’s Your Money OKC, Go Claim It


    https://secure.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action

    Fees:n/a

    Eligibility:AARP – must be 50 or older or have low-to-moderate income
    VITA – must have one of the following qualifiers: make $57,000 or less, age 60 or older, be a person with a disability or be a limited English-speaking taxpayer

    Documents required:tax related paperwork

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Tax Organizations and Services

    Site description:promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit and expand access to free tax assistance to Oklahoma County households.Those filing taxes can find a free VITA intake site at OKC Tax Help and file their taxes with IRS-certified volunteers.

    Site hours:Mon-Thurs 9:00a – 9:00p
    Fri 9:00a – 6:00p
    Sat 9:00a – 5:00p
    Sun 1:00p – 6:00p

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    2525 Muzzy Street   Choctaw, OK 73020

    319 Southwest 25th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73109

    203 N Bickford   El Reno, OK 73036

    4509 Se 15th Street   Del City, OK 73115

    300 Park Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73102

    10 S Boulevard   Edmond, OK 73034

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    1930 Church Avenue   Harrah, OK 73045

    112 N 9th Street   Sulphur, OK 73086

    215 E Wichita   Cleveland, OK 74020

    12201 N Portland Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73120

    9295 Willa Way   Jones, OK 73049

    1210 Summit Avenue   Lawton, OK 73501

    310 Ne 3rd Luther Public Library   Luther, OK 73054

    1200 Lakeshore Drive   Yukon, OK 73099

    1002 Bear Lane   Okmulgee, OK 74447

    100 N Midwest Boulevard   Midwest City, OK 73110

    225 South Howard   Moore, OK 73160

    1201 N Mustang Road   Mustang, OK 73064

    2240 Overholser Drive   Nicoma Park, OK 73066

    225 N. Webster   Norman, OK 73069

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    2250 Modelle Ste A & B   Clinton, OK 73601

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    8230 Nw Expressway   Oklahoma City, OK 73162

    10201 S Western Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73139

    1155 E Main Street   Norman, OK 73071

    205 N 2nd Street   Ponca City, OK 74601

    100 N University Drive Coyner Health Sciences Building   Edmond, OK 73034

    5901 Nw 63rd Street   Warr Acres, OK 73132

    2101 Exchange Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73108

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    VITA21

    BELLE ISLE LIBRARY SELF-PREP LOCATION

    5501 N Villa   Oklahoma City, OK 73112

    Oklahoma County
    7 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    • 405-843-9601 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    405-843-9601 Main Phone

    (close details on VITA21)

    Service description:Promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit and expand access to free tax assistance to Oklahoma households.Those filing taxes can find a free VITA intake site (https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/) or at OKCtaxHelp.org and file their taxes with IRS-certified volunteers or https://secure.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action

    Service hours:varies by site

    Intake procedure:https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/

    It’s Your Money OKC, Go Claim It


    https://secure.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action

    Fees:n/a

    Eligibility:AARP – must be 50 or older or have low-to-moderate income
    VITA – must have one of the following qualifiers: make $57,000 or less, age 60 or older, be a person with a disability or be a limited English-speaking taxpayer

    Documents required:tax related paperwork

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Tax Organizations and Services

    Site description:promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit and expand access to free tax assistance to Oklahoma County households.Those filing taxes can find a free VITA intake site at OKC Tax Help and file their taxes with IRS-certified volunteers.

    Site hours:Mon-Thurs 9:00a – 9:00p
    Fri 9:00a – 6:00p
    Sat 9:00a – 5:00p
    Sun 1:00p – 6:00p

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    VITA21

    MIDWEST CITY NEIGHBORHOODS IN ACTION MIDWEST CITY COMMUNITY CENTER IN-PERSONA VITA

    100 N Midwest Boulevard   Midwest City, OK 73110

    Oklahoma County
    7 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/

    (close details on VITA21)

    Service description:Promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit and expand access to free tax assistance to Oklahoma households.Those filing taxes can find a free VITA intake site (https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/) or at OKCtaxHelp.org and file their taxes with IRS-certified volunteers or https://secure.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action

    Service hours:Feb 2-Apr 13
    Tue, Thu 1pm-7pm

    Intake procedure:Walk ins welcome

    Fees:n/a

    Eligibility:AARP – must be 50 or older or have low-to-moderate income
    VITA – must have one of the following qualifiers: make $57,000 or less, age 60 or older, be a person with a disability or be a limited English-speaking taxpayer

    Documents required:tax related paperwork

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English only

    Services:Tax Organizations and Services

    Site description:promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit and expand access to free tax assistance to Oklahoma County households.Those filing taxes can find a free VITA intake site at OKC Tax Help and file their taxes with IRS-certified volunteers.

    Site hours:Tues 1:00p – 7:00p
    Thur 1:00p – 7:00p

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    BETHANY LIBRARY SELF-PREP LOCATION

    6700 Nw 35th Street   Bethany, OK 73008

    Oklahoma County
    9 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    • 405-789-8363 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    405-789-8363 Main Phone

    (close details on VITA21)

    Service description:Promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit and expand access to free tax assistance to Oklahoma households.Those filing taxes can find a free VITA intake site (https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/) or at OKCtaxHelp.org and file their taxes with IRS-certified volunteers or https://secure.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action

    Service hours:varies by site

    Intake procedure:https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/

    It’s Your Money OKC, Go Claim It


    https://secure.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action

    Fees:n/a

    Eligibility:AARP – must be 50 or older or have low-to-moderate income
    VITA – must have one of the following qualifiers: make $57,000 or less, age 60 or older, be a person with a disability or be a limited English-speaking taxpayer

    Documents required:tax related paperwork

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Tax Organizations and Services

    Site description:promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit and expand access to free tax assistance to Oklahoma County households.Those filing taxes can find a free VITA intake site at OKC Tax Help and file their taxes with IRS-certified volunteers.

    Site hours:Mon-Thur 9:00a – 9:00p
    Fri 9:00a – 6:00p
    Sat 9:00a – 5:00p
    Sun 1:00p – 6:00p

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    VITA21

    WARR ACRES LIBRARY SELF-PREP SITE

    5901 Nw 63rd Street   Warr Acres, OK 73132

    Oklahoma County
    10 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    405-721-2616 Main Phone

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    VITA21

    THE VILLAGE LIBRARY SELF-PREP SITE

    10307 N Pennsylvania Avenue   The Village, OK 73120

    Oklahoma County
    11 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    405-755-0710 Main Phone

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    VITA21

    JOHN MARSHALL HISH SCHOOL IN-PERSON VITA

    12201 N Portland Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73120

    Oklahoma County
    11 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    • 405-587-7200 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/

    405-587-7200 Main Phone

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    VITA21

    NICOMA PARK LIBRARY SELF-PREP LOCATION

    2240 Overholser Drive   Nicoma Park, OK 73066

    Oklahoma County
    12 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    • 405-769-9452 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    405-769-9452 Main Phone

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    VITA21

    TRUE SKY CREDIT UNION – NORTHWEST IN-PERSON VITA

    8230 Nw Expressway   Oklahoma City, OK 73162

    Oklahoma County
    12 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/

    405-682-1990 Main Phone

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    VITA21

    NORTHWEST OKC LIBRARY SELF-PREP SITE

    5600 Nw 122nd Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73142

    Oklahoma County
    14 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    • 405-606-3580 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    405-606-3580 Main Phone

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    VITA21

    JONES LIBRARY SELF-PREP SITE

    9295 Willa Way   Jones, OK 73049

    Oklahoma County
    14 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    • 405-399-5471 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    405-399-5471 Main Phone

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    VITA21

    CHOCTAW LIBRARY SELF-PREP LOCATION

    2525 Muzzy Street   Choctaw, OK 73020

    Oklahoma County
    14 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    • 405-390-8418 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    405-390-8418 Main Phone

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    VITA21

    UNITED WAY OF NORMAN/CSBI IN PERSON VITA

    1155 E Main Street   Norman, OK 73071

    Cleveland County
    14 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

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    405-701-2170 Main Phone

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    UNITED WAY OF NORMAN

    2424 Springer Drive Ste 304   Norman, OK 73069

    Cleveland County
    16 miles from you(view map for UNITED WAY OF NORMAN)

    • 405-329-2025 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    FREE TAX SERVICE

    http://www.myfreetaxes.com

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    Service description:Offering free online tax filing for anyone who earned $62,000 or less last year. Provided through United Way Worldwide and HR Block

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Entire process is online at www.MyFreeTaxes.com

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Anyone who earned $62,000 or less in 2020.

    Documents required:Will need all tax documents: W-2’s, 1099, 1098’s, prove of health insurance (Form 1095-A, or Form 1095-B or Form 1095-C) and any other tax related documents.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Tax Organizations and Services

    Site description:Located at the NE corner of the intersection of Lindsey Street and I-35 in United Way Plaza, 3rd floor.

    Last Updated:May 11, 2021

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    EDMOND PUBLIC LIBRARY SELF-PREP LOCATION

    10 S Boulevard   Edmond, OK 73034

    Oklahoma County
    19 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    • 405-341-9282 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    405-341-9282 Main Phone

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    VITA21

    UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA IN PERSON VITA

    100 N University Drive Coyner Health Sciences Building   Edmond, OK 73034

    Oklahoma County
    19 miles from you(view map for VITA21)

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/

    (close details on VITA21)

    Service description:Promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit and expand access to free tax assistance to Oklahoma households.Those filing taxes can find a free VITA intake site (https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/) or at OKCtaxHelp.org and file their taxes with IRS-certified volunteers or https://secure.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action

    Service hours:Feb 9-Apr 10
    Tue, Thu 2pm-4:30pm
    Sat 8am-1:30pm

    Intake procedure:https://irs.treasury.gov/freetaxprep/

    It’s Your Money OKC, Go Claim It


    https://secure.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action

    Fees:n/a

    Eligibility:AARP – must be 50 or older or have low-to-moderate income
    VITA – must have one of the following qualifiers: make $57,000 or less, age 60 or older, be a person with a disability or be a limited English-speaking taxpayer

    Documents required:tax related paperwork

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English only

    Services:Tax Organizations and Services

    Site description:promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit and expand access to free tax assistance to Oklahoma County households.Those filing taxes can find a free VITA intake site at OKC Tax Help and file their taxes with IRS-certified volunteers.

    Site hours:Tues 2:00p – 4:30p
    Thur 2:00p – 4:30p
    Sat 8:00a – 1:30p

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    2525 Muzzy Street   Choctaw, OK 73020

    319 Southwest 25th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73109

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    10 S Boulevard   Edmond, OK 73034

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    1930 Church Avenue   Harrah, OK 73045

    112 N 9th Street   Sulphur, OK 73086

    215 E Wichita   Cleveland, OK 74020

    12201 N Portland Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73120

    9295 Willa Way   Jones, OK 73049

    1210 Summit Avenue   Lawton, OK 73501

    310 Ne 3rd Luther Public Library   Luther, OK 73054

    1200 Lakeshore Drive   Yukon, OK 73099

    1002 Bear Lane   Okmulgee, OK 74447

    100 N Midwest Boulevard   Midwest City, OK 73110

    225 South Howard   Moore, OK 73160

    1201 N Mustang Road   Mustang, OK 73064

    2240 Overholser Drive   Nicoma Park, OK 73066

    225 N. Webster   Norman, OK 73069

    5600 Nw 122nd Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73142

    117 W Russworm   Watonga, OK 73772

    2250 Modelle Ste A & B   Clinton, OK 73601

    2000 Ne 23rd Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73111

    6900 S Walker Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73139

    1501 N Classen   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    10307 N Pennsylvania Avenue   The Village, OK 73120

    8230 Nw Expressway   Oklahoma City, OK 73162

    10201 S Western Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73139

    1155 E Main Street   Norman, OK 73071

    205 N 2nd Street   Ponca City, OK 74601

    5901 Nw 63rd Street   Warr Acres, OK 73132

    2101 Exchange Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73108

    VITA21

    HARRAH LIBRARYSELF-PREP LOCATION

    1930 Church Avenue   Harrah, OK 73045

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-454-2001 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    405-454-2001 Main Phone

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    LUTHER PUBLIC LIBRARY SELF-PREP SITE

    310 Ne 3rd Luther Public Library   Luther, OK 73054

    Logan County

    • 405-277-9967 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

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    COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY OKC-EL RENO IN-PERSON VITA

    203 N Bickford   El Reno, OK 73036

    Canadian County

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VOLUNTEERS IN TAX ASSISTANCE

    https://secure.aarp.org/applications/VMISLocator/searchTaxAideLocations.action

    405-262-7042 Main Phone

    INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE

    ENID – IRS TAXPAYER ASSISTANCE CENTER

    601 S Harding   Enid, OK 73703

    Garfield County
    580-234-5417 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    TAX ORGANIZATIONS AND SERVICES

    https://www.irs.gov/uac/contact-my-local-office-in-oklahoma

    580-234-5417 Main Phone

    INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE

    LAWTON- TAXPAYER ASSISTANCE CENTER

    2202 SW A Avenue   Lawton, OK 73501

    Comanche County

    • 580-357-5492 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    TAX ORGANIZATIONS AND SERVICES

    http://www.irs.gov

    OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION

    OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION – TULSA TAX ORGANIZATION

    440 S Houston Ave 5th Fl   Tulsa, OK 74127

    Tulsa County

    • 918-581-2399 Service/Intake

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE

    TULSA – IRS TAXPAYER ASSISTANCE CENTER

    224 South Boulder   Tulsa, OK 74103

    Tulsa County

    • 918-622-8482 Main Phone

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    TAX ORGANIZATIONS AND SERVICES

    https://www.irs.gov/uac/contact-my-local-office-in-oklahoma

    918-662-8482 Main Phone

    LIFE SENIOR SERVICES

    5950 E 31st St   Tulsa, OK 74135-5114

    Tulsa County

    • 918-664-9000 ext. 1189 Service/Intake

    FINANCIAL / CREDIT / TAX SERVICES

    VITA

    Service description:Provides free tax preparation and electronic filing of basic income tax returns for low-income families and individuals.

    Service hours:Mon-Thu 9am-3pm

    Intake procedure:Appointment required. Leave message and someone will call back.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Generally, income must be $55,000 or less, or must meet one of the other criteria: persons with disabilities, the elderly, and individuals with limited English proficiency who need assistance in preparing their taxes

    Documents required:Must provide photo ID/driver’s license, social security card for each person in the household, all W-2 forms, last year’s tax forms.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Information not provided by agency.

    Services:Tax Organizations and Services

    Site description:Multi-service nonprofit serving older adults and caregivers.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:May 20, 2021

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    211 EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISASTER RESOURCES

    CORONAVIRUS DISEASE – COVID19

    ·       877-215-8336 Service/Intake   Oklahoma Statewide Hotline DISASTER-15 TAX RELIEF AND ECONOMIC IMPACT PAYMENTS Service description:March 19,2021:
    WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service announced today that the federal income tax filing due date for individuals for the 2020 tax year will be automatically extended from April 15, 2021, to May 17, 2021. The IRS will be providing formal guidance in the coming days. SEE: https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/tax-day-for-individuals-extended-to-may-17-treasury-irs-extend-filing-and-payment-deadline

    March 15, 2021:

    Check your eligibility and payment status at: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/get-my-payment

    2021 Economic Impact Payment Status Available
    Find when and how we sent your 2021 Economic Impact Payment with the Get My Payment tool. https://sa.www4.irs.gov/irfof-wmsp/notice;jsessionid=MxBU0haZFzNloatToUaast0m.8c

    Find help with this tool with Frequently Asked Questions. https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/get-my-payment-frequently-asked-questions

    Get My Payment updates once per day, usually overnight. Do not call the IRS. Our phone assistors don’t have information beyond what’s available on IRS.gov.

    Previous payment information is no longer available in Get My Payment. See First and Second Payment Status.

    When We’ll Send Your 2021 Payment
    The first batch of payments will be sent by direct deposit, which some recipients started receiving as early as March 12.

    Additional batches of payments will be sent in the coming weeks by direct deposit and through the mail as a check or debit card.

    First and Second Payment Status;
    The first and second Economic Impact Payments no longer appear in Get My Payment.
    For information on these payments, view or create your online account and check your mail for IRS Notices 1444 and 1444-B. https://www.irs.gov/payments/view-your-tax-account

    Didn’t Get the First and Second Payments? Claim the 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit.
    If you didn’t get the full amount of the first or second payment you were eligible for, you may be eligible to claim the 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit and must file a 2020 tax return even if you aren’t required to file. The third payment will not be used to calculate the 2020 Recovery Rebate Credit. Services:Tax Organizations and Services for COVID-19, Undesignated Temporary Financial Assistance for COVID-19 Site description:Pandemic with people being affected by the Coronavirus (also known as COVID-19). Site hours:Telephone: Mon-Sun 24 hours Last Updated:May 03, 2021 Other services at this location ·       DISASTER-10 CASE MANAGEMENT | LEGAL AID SERVICES OF OKLAHOMA CASE MANAGEMENT ·       DISASTER-11 RESOURCES FOR BUSINESSES AND NONPROFITS ·       DISASTER-12 OPEN UP AND RECOVER SAFELY PLAN | GOVERNOR’S PLAN FOR REOPEN OKLAHOMA ·       DISASTER-13 IMMEDIATE AID/COMMUNITY NEEDS | COMMUNITY PARTNER CONNECTIONS ·       DISASTER-14 NATIVE AMERICAN COMMUNITY SERVICES ·       DISASTER-17 RAPID COVID-19 TESTING SITES | RAPID COVID-19 TESTING ·       DISASTER-18 MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT SERVICES ·       DISASTER-19 IMMEDIATE COMMUNITY NEEDS: CHILDREN AND FAMILIES | TULSA COVID-19 KID CARE RESOURCE PORTAL ·       DISASTER-20 VACCINES | COVID-19 VACCINE FOR UNDERSERVED TULSA AREA ·       DISASTER-22 COMMUNITY NEEDS: VACCINE REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE | COVID-19 VACCINE REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE ·       DISASTER-23 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE ERAP PROGRAM | ERAP – EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM ·       DISASTER-24 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE : FUNERAL ASSISTANCE COVID-19 | FEMA COVID-19 FUNERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM ·       DISASTER-25 VACCINE RECORDS | REQUEST COVID-19 VACCINE RECORDS ·       DISASTER-3 OEM AND PRESS RELEASE UPDATES FOR AN ACTIVE EVENT ·       DISASTER-4 LEGAL HELP | LEGAL ISSUES ·       DISASTER-5 COURTS AND HOUSING | COVID-19 COURTS INFORMATION ·       DISASTER-6 FOOD PROGRAMS | COVID-19 ·       DISASTER-7 COVID-19 TESTING SITES | COVID-19 TESTING ·       DISASTER-8 TULSA MASK ORDINANCE | COVID-19 CITY OF TULSA MASK ORDINANCE ·       DISASTER-9 COVID-19 VACCINE CENTER | TULSA COMMUNITY VACCINATION CENTER

    2-1-1 HEARTLINE DISASTER RESOURCES

    COVID-19

    DISASTER 23 DEATH ASSISTANCE https://www.fema.gov/disasters/coronavirus/economic/funeral-assistance 844-684-6333 Main Phone Service description:Beginning in April 12, 2021, FEMA will begin accepting applications. If you had COVID-19 funeral expenses, we encourage you to keep and gather documentation. Types of information should include:

    An official death certificate that attributes the death directly or indirectly to COVID-19 and shows that the death occurred in the United States, including the U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia.

    Funeral expenses documents (receipts, funeral home contract, etc.) that includes the applicant’s name, the deceased person’s name, the amount of funeral expenses, and the dates the funeral expenses happened.

    Proof of funds received from other sources specifically for use toward funeral costs. We are not able to duplicate benefits received from burial or funeral insurance, financial assistance received from voluntary agencies, government agencies, or other sources. Service hours:Call 844-684-6333
    Mon-Fri 8am-8pm CST Intake procedure:Call 844-684-6333. For more information, go to https://www.fema.gov/disasters/coronavirus/economic/funeral-assistance Fees:None Eligibility:Have had someone who’s death is directly or indirectly to COVID-19. Documents required:death certificate, funeral expenses, proof of funds Area served:Oklahoma Languages:English and Spanish Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements for COVID-19, Funeral Services for COVID-19 Site description:Pandemic with people being affected by the Coronavirus (also known as COVID-19 Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-4pm Last Updated:Jul 02, 2020 Other services at this location ·       DISASTER – 14 MASK ORDANANCE | REPORT A VIOLATION ·       DISASTER 12 – RAPID COVID-19 TESTING SITES | RAPID COVID-19 TESTING ·       DISASTER 13 – SAFE EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT | COVID-19 EMPLOYEE REPORT LINE ·       DISASTER 15 – COVID-19 VACCINE | WHO RECEIVES THE VACCINE ·       DISASTER 16 – VACCINE PROCESS | WHAT YOU SHOULD DO BEFORE THE VACCINE ·       DISASTER 17 – VACCINE LOCATIONS | VACCINE LOCATIONS ·       DISASTER 18 – VACCINES FOR VETERANS | VACCINE FOR VETERANS ·       DISASTER 19 – COVID-19 VACCINE PORTAL | COVID-19 VACCINE PORTAL SITE AND INFO ·       DISASTER 20 – TESTING FOR AIR TRAVEL | MANDATE FOR AIR TRAVEL ·       DISASTER 21 – EVICTION | EVICTION MORATORIUM ·       DISASTER 22 | COMPLAINT RELATED TO COVID-19 ·       DISASTER-1 MESSAGE BOARD FOR 2-1-1 SERVICE SPECIALISTS | CORONA VIRUS ·       DISASTER-10 TESTING FOR ANTIBODIES | COVID-19 TESTING FOR ANTIBODIES ·       DISASTER-2 EMPLOYMENT | JOB RESOURCES ·       DISASTER-3 NURSING HOME GUIDELINES | CORONA VIRUS ·       DISASTER-4 LEGAL HELP | LEGAL ISSUES ·       DISASTER-5 RECOVERY INFORMATION & SERVICES | QUARANTINED RESOURCES ·       DISASTER-6 CAREGIVER ASSISTANCE | COVID-19 RESPITE VOUCHER ·       DISASTER-7 COVID-19 TESTING SITE | COVID-19 TESTING FOR VIRUS ·       DISASTER-9 CONVALESCENT PLASMA | PLASMA DONATION FOR RECOVERED COVID-19 PATIENTS

    VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS – DEPARTMENT OF OKLAHOMA

    1103 N Blackwelder Ave   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-525-2680 Service/Intake

    ACTIVE MILITARY / VETERAN SERVICES

    Service description:Provides Honor Guard and memorial rites services for funerals of veterans who were honorably discharged and served a minimum of 90 days. Also provides patriotic material. Education benefits anlong with forms for VA benefits.

    Service hours:Tue-Fri 8am-3pm

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must have been a veteran who was honorably discharged and served a minimum of 90 days.

    Documents required:Must provide DD 214 or WD 53-55 Honorable Discharge papers.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Military Service, Veteran Support Groups

    Site description:Government organization providing services to to those who have served in the military.

    Site hours:Hours vary, call for details.

    Last Updated:Mar 12, 2021

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    1109 E 6th St   Tulsa, OK 74120

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION – MOORE-

    200 NE 27th   Moore, OK 73160

    Cleveland County

    • 800-772-1213 Main Phone

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    http://www.ssa.gov

    800-772-1213 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Area served:Moore

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site hours:M, T, W, Th, F 9 AM – 3 PM

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

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    410 Opal Avenue   Clinton, OK 73601

    2202 N Van Buren Street   Enid, OK 73703

    1610 SW Lee Boulevard   Lawton, OK 73501

    12301 N Kelley Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73131

    518 E Lakeview Road   Stillwater, OK 74075

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

    506 W Utah Avenue   Chickasha, OK 73018

    121 S 12th Avenue   Durant, OK 74701

    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

    909 E Federal Street   Shawnee, OK 74804

    OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER

    OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER – CENTRAL OFFICE

    921 NE 23rd St   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-239-7141 Service/Intake

    FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION – OKLAHOMA CITY

    12301 N Kelley Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73131

    • 866-331-2207 Main Phone

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    http://www.ssa.gov

    866-331-2207 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Area served:Oklahoma City

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site hours:M, T, Th, F 8 AM – 3 PM, W 8 AM – Noon

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

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    410 Opal Avenue   Clinton, OK 73601

    2202 N Van Buren Street   Enid, OK 73703

    1610 SW Lee Boulevard   Lawton, OK 73501

    200 NE 27th   Moore, OK 73160

    518 E Lakeview Road   Stillwater, OK 74075

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

    506 W Utah Avenue   Chickasha, OK 73018

    121 S 12th Avenue   Durant, OK 74701

    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

    909 E Federal Street   Shawnee, OK 74804

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE – CHICKASHA

    506 W Utah Avenue   Chickasha, OK 73018

    Grady County

    • 877-622-9096 Toll-Free

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    877-622-9096 Toll-Free

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site description:provides social security services

    Site hours:Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-4pm
    Wed 9am-12pm

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

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    410 Opal Avenue   Clinton, OK 73601

    2202 N Van Buren Street   Enid, OK 73703

    1610 SW Lee Boulevard   Lawton, OK 73501

    200 NE 27th   Moore, OK 73160

    12301 N Kelley Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73131

    518 E Lakeview Road   Stillwater, OK 74075

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

    121 S 12th Avenue   Durant, OK 74701

    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

    909 E Federal Street   Shawnee, OK 74804

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE – SHAWNEE

    909 E Federal Street   Shawnee, OK 74804

    Pottawatomie County

    • 877-897-0604 Toll-Free

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    877-897-0604 Toll-Free

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site description:provides social security services

    Site hours:Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-4pm
    Wed 9am-12pm

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

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    410 Opal Avenue   Clinton, OK 73601

    2202 N Van Buren Street   Enid, OK 73703

    1610 SW Lee Boulevard   Lawton, OK 73501

    200 NE 27th   Moore, OK 73160

    12301 N Kelley Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73131

    518 E Lakeview Road   Stillwater, OK 74075

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

    506 W Utah Avenue   Chickasha, OK 73018

    121 S 12th Avenue   Durant, OK 74701

    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

     

     

    OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER

    OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER – EASTERN OFFICE

    1115 W 17th St   Tulsa, OK 74107

    Tulsa County

    • 918-295-3400 Service/Intake

    FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

    Service description:Investigates sudden, violent, unexpected and suspicious deaths.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:Information not provided by agency.

    Eligibility:Must reside in service area.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Information not provided by agency.

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements

    Site description:State office carrying out scientific investigation of deaths.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:Mar 18, 2021

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    921 NE 23rd St   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE – DURANT

    121 S 12th Avenue   Durant, OK 74701

    Bryan County

    • 866-495-0042 Main Phone

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    866-495-0042 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site description:Provides Social Security Services

    Site hours:Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-4pm
    Wed 9am-12pm

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

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    410 Opal Avenue   Clinton, OK 73601

    2202 N Van Buren Street   Enid, OK 73703

    1610 SW Lee Boulevard   Lawton, OK 73501

    200 NE 27th   Moore, OK 73160

    12301 N Kelley Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73131

    518 E Lakeview Road   Stillwater, OK 74075

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

    506 W Utah Avenue   Chickasha, OK 73018

    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

    909 E Federal Street   Shawnee, OK 74804

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE – POTEAU

    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

    Le Flore County

    • 877-405-7697 Toll-Free

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    877-405-7697 Toll-Free

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site description:provides social security services

    Site hours:Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-4pm
    Wed 9am-12pm

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

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    410 Opal Avenue   Clinton, OK 73601

    2202 N Van Buren Street   Enid, OK 73703

    1610 SW Lee Boulevard   Lawton, OK 73501

    200 NE 27th   Moore, OK 73160

    12301 N Kelley Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73131

    518 E Lakeview Road   Stillwater, OK 74075

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

    506 W Utah Avenue   Chickasha, OK 73018

    121 S 12th Avenue   Durant, OK 74701

    909 E Federal Street   Shawnee, OK 74804

    CARSON’S VILLAGE

    450 S Denton Tap Rd Ste 14   Coppell, TX 75019

    Dallas County
    173 miles from you(view map for CARSON’S VILLAGE)

    • 877-789-0722 Service/Intake

    FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE – ARDMORE

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

    • 888-878-0013 toll free

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    888-878-0013 toll free

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site description:provides social security services

    Site hours:Mon, Tue, Thu Fri – 9am-4pm
    Wed 9am-12pm

    410 Opal Avenue   Clinton, OK 73601

    2202 N Van Buren Street   Enid, OK 73703

    1610 SW Lee Boulevard   Lawton, OK 73501

    200 NE 27th   Moore, OK 73160

    12301 N Kelley Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73131

    518 E Lakeview Road   Stillwater, OK 74075

    506 W Utah Avenue   Chickasha, OK 73018

    121 S 12th Avenue   Durant, OK 74701

    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

    909 E Federal Street   Shawnee, OK 74804

    VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS – DEPARTMENT OF OKLAHOMA

    1103 N Blackwelder Ave   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-525-2680 Service/Intake

    ACTIVE MILITARY / VETERAN SERVICES

    Service description:Provides Honor Guard and memorial rites services for funerals of veterans who were honorably discharged and served a minimum of 90 days. Also provides patriotic material. Education benefits anlong with forms for VA benefits.

    Service hours:Tue-Fri 8am-3pm

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must have been a veteran who was honorably discharged and served a minimum of 90 days.

    Documents required:Must provide DD 214 or WD 53-55 Honorable Discharge papers.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Military Service, Veteran Support Groups

    Site description:Government organization providing services to to those who have served in the military.

    Site hours:Hours vary, call for details.

    Last Updated:Mar 12, 2021

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    1109 E 6th St   Tulsa, OK 74120

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION – MOORE-

    200 NE 27th   Moore, OK 73160

    Cleveland County

    • 800-772-1213 Main Phone

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    http://www.ssa.gov

    800-772-1213 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Area served:Moore

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site hours:M, T, W, Th, F 9 AM – 3 PM

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

    Other locations offering this service

    410 Opal Avenue   Clinton, OK 73601

    2202 N Van Buren Street   Enid, OK 73703

    1610 SW Lee Boulevard   Lawton, OK 73501

    12301 N Kelley Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73131

    518 E Lakeview Road   Stillwater, OK 74075

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

    506 W Utah Avenue   Chickasha, OK 73018

    121 S 12th Avenue   Durant, OK 74701

    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

    909 E Federal Street   Shawnee, OK 74804

     

    OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER

    OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER – CENTRAL OFFICE

    921 NE 23rd St   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    405-239-7141 Service/Intake

    FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

    Service description:Investigates sudden, violent, unexpected and suspicious deaths.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:Information not provided by agency.

    Eligibility:Must reside in service area.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Information not provided by agency.

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements

    Site description:State office carrying out scientific investigation of deaths.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:Mar 18, 2021

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    1115 W 17th St   Tulsa, OK 74107

     

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION – OKLAHOMA CITY

    12301 N Kelley Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73131

    Oklahoma County
    11 miles from you(view map for SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION)

    • 866-331-2207 Main Phone

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    http://www.ssa.gov

    866-331-2207 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Area served:Oklahoma City

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site hours:M, T, Th, F 8 AM – 3 PM, W 8 AM – Noon

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

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    410 Opal Avenue   Clinton, OK 73601

    2202 N Van Buren Street   Enid, OK 73703

    1610 SW Lee Boulevard   Lawton, OK 73501

    200 NE 27th   Moore, OK 73160

    518 E Lakeview Road   Stillwater, OK 74075

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

    506 W Utah Avenue   Chickasha, OK 73018

    121 S 12th Avenue   Durant, OK 74701

    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

    909 E Federal Street   Shawnee, OK 74804

     

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE – CHICKASHA

    506 W Utah Avenue   Chickasha, OK 73018

    Grady County

    • 877-622-9096 Toll-Free

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    877-622-9096 Toll-Free

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site description:provides social security services

    Site hours:Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-4pm
    Wed 9am-12pm

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

    Other locations offering this service

    410 Opal Avenue   Clinton, OK 73601

    2202 N Van Buren Street   Enid, OK 73703

    1610 SW Lee Boulevard   Lawton, OK 73501

    200 NE 27th   Moore, OK 73160

    12301 N Kelley Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73131

    518 E Lakeview Road   Stillwater, OK 74075

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

    121 S 12th Avenue   Durant, OK 74701

    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

    909 E Federal Street   Shawnee, OK 74804

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE – SHAWNEE

    909 E Federal Street   Shawnee, OK 74804

    Pottawatomie County

    • 877-897-0604 Toll-Free

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    877-897-0604 Toll-Free

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site description:provides social security services

    Site hours:Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-4pm
    Wed 9am-12pm

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

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    410 Opal Avenue   Clinton, OK 73601

    2202 N Van Buren Street   Enid, OK 73703

    1610 SW Lee Boulevard   Lawton, OK 73501

    200 NE 27th   Moore, OK 73160

    12301 N Kelley Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73131

    518 E Lakeview Road   Stillwater, OK 74075

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

    506 W Utah Avenue   Chickasha, OK 73018

    121 S 12th Avenue   Durant, OK 74701

    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

     

    OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER

    OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER – EASTERN OFFICE

    1115 W 17th St   Tulsa, OK 74107

    Tulsa County
    918-295-3400 Service/Intake

    FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

    Service description:Investigates sudden, violent, unexpected and suspicious deaths.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:Information not provided by agency.

    Eligibility:Must reside in service area.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Information not provided by agency.

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements

    Site description:State office carrying out scientific investigation of deaths.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:Mar 18, 2021

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    921 NE 23rd St   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE – DURANT

    121 S 12th Avenue   Durant, OK 74701

    Bryan County

    • 866-495-0042 Main Phone

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    866-495-0042 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site description:Provides Social Security Services

    Site hours:Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-4pm
    Wed 9am-12pm

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

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    2202 N Van Buren Street   Enid, OK 73703

    1610 SW Lee Boulevard   Lawton, OK 73501

    200 NE 27th   Moore, OK 73160

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    518 E Lakeview Road   Stillwater, OK 74075

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

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    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

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    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE – POTEAU

    1306 Tarby Road   Poteau, OK 74953

    Le Flore County

    • 877-405-7697 Toll-Free

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    877-405-7697 Toll-Free

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site description:provides social security services

    Site hours:Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-4pm
    Wed 9am-12pm

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

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    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

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    CARSON’S VILLAGE

    450 S Denton Tap Rd Ste 14   Coppell, TX 75019

    Dallas County

    • 877-789-0722 Service/Intake

    FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE – ARDMORE

    2108 Denver Harnar Drive   Miami, OK 74354

    Ottawa County

    • 888-878-0013 toll free

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES

    888-878-0013 toll free

    Service description:Provides assistance for Social Security benefits, disability benefits, supplemental security income, Medicare, lost and/or stolen Social Security card. Applicants must meet requirements of each program as specified by law.

    Service hours:Mon-Tue 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-Noon, Thu-Fri 9am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:N/A

    Documents required:Varies by program, ask when making an appointment

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements, Elder Law, Medical Public Assistance Programs, Medicare, Medicare Information/Counseling, Public Officials Offices, Social Security Numbers, State Government Agencies/Departments

    Site description:provides social security services

    Site hours:Mon, Tue, Thu Fri – 9am-4pm
    Wed 9am-12pm

    Last Updated:Mar 05, 2021

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    OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

    123 Robert S. Kerr   Oklahoma City, OK 73102

    Oklahoma County
    405-271-5600 Main Phone

    • 800-522-0203 Toll-Free

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    BIRTH & DEATH CERTIFCATES

    405-271-5600 Main Phone

    Service description:Responsible for registering every birth and death in the state of Oklahoma while preserving, amending and issuing certified copies.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Application available online at https://www.vitalchek.com/vital-records/oklahoma/oklahoma-vital-records?click_id=646266980319952898&ppc=0

    Fees:Set fee of $15

    Eligibility:For people born in Oklahoma. For those born outside of Oklahoma, go to https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/w2w/index.htm?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fnchs%2Fw2w.htm

    Documents required:Must provide photo ID/driver’s license, Social Security card(s), tribal membership card

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish; Call ahead for other languages.

    Services:Birth Certificates, Death Certification/Burial Arrangements

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Travel instructions:numbers 2,3,18,23,23N,24 bus lines (BM)

    Last Updated:Sep 04, 2019

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    211 EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISASTER RESOURCES

    CORONAVIRUS DISEASE – COVID19

    ·       844-684-6333 Service/Intake

    DISASTER-24 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE : FUNERAL ASSISTANCE COVID-19 FEMA COVID-19 FUNERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Service description:Beginning April 12, 2021, FEMA will offer a program for funeral expense assistance for expenses incurred after January 20, 2020 for someone whose funeral expenses were for an individual whose death in the United States, territories or the District of Columbia, may have been caused by or was likely the result of COVID-19. COVID-19 Funeral Assistance will assist with expenses for funeral services and interment or cremation. Any receipts received for expenses that are not related to funeral services will not be determined eligible expenses. Expenses for funeral services and interment or cremation typically include, but are not limited to:

    *Transportation for up to two individuals to identify the deceased individual
    *Transfer of remains
    *Casket or urn
    *Burial plot or cremation niche
    *Marker or headstone
    *Clergy or officiant services
    *Arrangement of the funeral ceremony
    *Use of funeral home equipment or staff
    *Cremation or interment costs
    *Costs associated with producing and certifying multiple death certificates
    *Additional expenses mandated by any applicable local or state government laws or ordinances

    FAQ: https://www.fema.gov/disasters/coronavirus/economic/funeral-assistance/faq Service hours:Mon-Fri 9am-9pm (EST) Intake procedure:Apply by phone. Call 844-684-6333 or TTY: 800-462-7585
    SEE: https://www.fema.gov/disasters/coronavirus/economic/funeral-assistance
    for updates.

    No online applications will be accepted.
    Multilingual services and a TTY number will be available.
    Once an applicant has applied for COVID-19 Funeral Assistance and is provided an application number, they may provide supporting documentation to FEMA a few ways:

    Upload to their DisasterAssistance.gov account
    Fax documents
    Mail documents Fees:None. Eligibility:You may qualify if:

    You are a U.S. citizen, non-citizen national, or qualified alien who paid for funeral expenses after January 20, 2020, and
    The funeral expenses were for an individual whose death in the United States, territories or the District of Columbia, may have been caused by or was likely the result of COVID-19.
    *A minor child cannot apply for COVID-19 Funeral Assistance on behalf of an adult who is not a U.S. citizen, non-citizen national, or qualified alien. Documents required:Refer to application for list. Area served:Nationwide Languages:Multilingual services and a TTY number are available Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements for COVID-19 Site description:Pandemic with people being affected by the Coronavirus (also known as COVID-19). Site hours:Telephone: Mon-Sun 24 hours Last Updated:May 03, 2021 Other services at this location ·       DISASTER-10 CASE MANAGEMENT | LEGAL AID SERVICES OF OKLAHOMA CASE MANAGEMENT ·       DISASTER-11 RESOURCES FOR BUSINESSES AND NONPROFITS ·       DISASTER-12 OPEN UP AND RECOVER SAFELY PLAN | GOVERNOR’S PLAN FOR REOPEN OKLAHOMA ·       DISASTER-13 IMMEDIATE AID/COMMUNITY NEEDS | COMMUNITY PARTNER CONNECTIONS ·       DISASTER-14 NATIVE AMERICAN COMMUNITY SERVICES ·       DISASTER-15 TAX RELIEF AND ECONOMIC IMPACT PAYMENTS ·       DISASTER-17 RAPID COVID-19 TESTING SITES | RAPID COVID-19 TESTING ·       DISASTER-18 MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT SERVICES ·       DISASTER-19 IMMEDIATE COMMUNITY NEEDS: CHILDREN AND FAMILIES | TULSA COVID-19 KID CARE RESOURCE PORTAL ·       DISASTER-20 VACCINES | COVID-19 VACCINE FOR UNDERSERVED TULSA AREA ·       DISASTER-22 COMMUNITY NEEDS: VACCINE REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE | COVID-19 VACCINE REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE ·       DISASTER-23 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE ERAP PROGRAM | ERAP – EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM ·       DISASTER-25 VACCINE RECORDS | REQUEST COVID-19 VACCINE RECORDS ·       DISASTER-3 OEM AND PRESS RELEASE UPDATES FOR AN ACTIVE EVENT ·       DISASTER-4 LEGAL HELP | LEGAL ISSUES ·       DISASTER-5 COURTS AND HOUSING | COVID-19 COURTS INFORMATION ·       DISASTER-6 FOOD PROGRAMS | COVID-19 ·       DISASTER-7 COVID-19 TESTING SITES | COVID-19 TESTING ·       DISASTER-8 TULSA MASK ORDINANCE | COVID-19 CITY OF TULSA MASK ORDINANCE ·       DISASTER-9 COVID-19 VACCINE CENTER | TULSA COMMUNITY VACCINATION CENTER

    OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

    123 Robert S. Kerr   Oklahoma City, OK 73102

    Oklahoma County
    3 miles from you(view map for OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH)

    • 405-271-5600 Main Phone
    • 800-522-0203 Toll-Free

    COMMUNITY / CONSUMER SERVICES

    BIRTH & DEATH CERTIFCATES

    405-271-5600 Main Phone

    (close details on OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH)

    Service description:Responsible for registering every birth and death in the state of Oklahoma while preserving, amending and issuing certified copies.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Application available online at https://www.vitalchek.com/vital-records/oklahoma/oklahoma-vital-records?click_id=646266980319952898&ppc=0

    Fees:Set fee of $15

    Eligibility:For people born in Oklahoma. For those born outside of Oklahoma, go to https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/w2w/index.htm?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fnchs%2Fw2w.htm

    Documents required:Must provide photo ID/driver’s license, Social Security card(s), tribal membership card

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish; Call ahead for other languages.

    Services:Birth Certificates, Death Certification/Burial Arrangements

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Travel instructions:numbers 2,3,18,23,23N,24 bus lines (BM)

    Last Updated:Sep 04, 2019

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    211 EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISASTER RESOURCES

    CORONAVIRUS DISEASE – COVID19

    1 mile from you(view map for 211 EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISASTER RESOURCES) ·       844-684-6333 Service/Intake

    DISASTER-24 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE : FUNERAL ASSISTANCE COVID-19 FEMA COVID-19 FUNERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (close details on 211 EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISASTER RESOURCES) Service description:Beginning April 12, 2021, FEMA will offer a program for funeral expense assistance for expenses incurred after January 20, 2020 for someone whose funeral expenses were for an individual whose death in the United States, territories or the District of Columbia, may have been caused by or was likely the result of COVID-19. COVID-19 Funeral Assistance will assist with expenses for funeral services and interment or cremation. Any receipts received for expenses that are not related to funeral services will not be determined eligible expenses. Expenses for funeral services and interment or cremation typically include, but are not limited to:

    *Transportation for up to two individuals to identify the deceased individual
    *Transfer of remains
    *Casket or urn
    *Burial plot or cremation niche
    *Marker or headstone
    *Clergy or officiant services
    *Arrangement of the funeral ceremony
    *Use of funeral home equipment or staff
    *Cremation or interment costs
    *Costs associated with producing and certifying multiple death certificates
    *Additional expenses mandated by any applicable local or state government laws or ordinances

    FAQ: https://www.fema.gov/disasters/coronavirus/economic/funeral-assistance/faq Service hours:Mon-Fri 9am-9pm (EST) Intake procedure:Apply by phone. Call 844-684-6333 or TTY: 800-462-7585
    SEE: https://www.fema.gov/disasters/coronavirus/economic/funeral-assistance
    for updates.

    No online applications will be accepted.
    Multilingual services and a TTY number will be available.
    Once an applicant has applied for COVID-19 Funeral Assistance and is provided an application number, they may provide supporting documentation to FEMA a few ways:

    Upload to their DisasterAssistance.gov account
    Fax documents
    Mail documents Fees:None. Eligibility:You may qualify if:

    You are a U.S. citizen, non-citizen national, or qualified alien who paid for funeral expenses after January 20, 2020, and
    The funeral expenses were for an individual whose death in the United States, territories or the District of Columbia, may have been caused by or was likely the result of COVID-19.
    *A minor child cannot apply for COVID-19 Funeral Assistance on behalf of an adult who is not a U.S. citizen, non-citizen national, or qualified alien. Documents required:Refer to application for list. Area served:Nationwide Languages:Multilingual services and a TTY number are available Services:Death Certification/Burial Arrangements for COVID-19 Site description:Pandemic with people being affected by the Coronavirus (also known as COVID-19). Site hours:Telephone: Mon-Sun 24 hours Last Updated:May 03, 2021

    OKLAHOMA BUREAU OF NARCOTICS & DANGEROUS DRUGS

    419 NE 38th Terrace   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    5 miles from you(view map for OKLAHOMA BUREAU OF NARCOTICS & DANGEROUS DRUGS)

    • 855-617-2258 Service/Intake   Human Trafficking tip line

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    HUMAN TRAFFICKING-OKLAHOMA

    http://www.ok.gov/obndd/

    855-617-2288 Service/Intake – Human Trafficking Tip Line

    (close details on OKLAHOMA BUREAU OF NARCOTICS & DANGEROUS DRUGS)

    Service description:Investigate complaints & tips of Human Trafficking

    Service hours:24/7

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Must reside in service area.

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Crisis Intervention for Victims of Human Trafficking, Talklines/Warmlines for Victims of Human Trafficking

    Travel instructions:number 18 bus line(BM)

    Last Updated:Jun 01, 2021

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    FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER

    211 N Timmons St   Seminole, OK 74868

    Seminole County
    50 miles from you(view map for FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER)

    • 844-863-0270 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

    (close details on FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER)

    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of abuse, domestic violence, or sexual assault.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit emergency shelter offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:Nov 30, 2020

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    SEMINOLE NATION OF OKLAHOMA

    36645 Hwy 270   Wewoka, OK 74884

    Seminole County
    63 miles from you(view map for SEMINOLE NATION OF OKLAHOMA)

    • 405-382-3762 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

    (close details on SEMINOLE NATION OF OKLAHOMA)

    Service description:Provides short-term housing for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and/or dating violence. This particular program is to help victims who are fleeing from an abusive relationship or family member who is in need of immediate safety and confidential housing.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and/or dating violence. May be non-Native.

    Documents required:Must provide photo ID/driver’s license, CDIB card (if available), birth certificate.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Seminole.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Organization providing governmental, administrative and social services to the Seminole Nation.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:Mar 31, 2021

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    FAMILY CRISIS CENTER OF ADA

    605 E 12th St   Ada, OK 74820

    Pontotoc County
    66 miles from you(view map for FAMILY CRISIS CENTER OF ADA)

    • 580-436-6648 Service/Intake
    • 580-436-3504 Alternate Service/Intake   24-Hour Crisis Hotline

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

    (close details on FAMILY CRISIS CENTER OF ADA)

    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for application.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of abuse.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit emergency shelter offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon, Tue 8am-6:30pm, Wed 8am-5pm, Thu 8am-6pm

    Last Updated:Nov 30, 2020

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    FAMILY SHELTER OF SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA

    Confidential Address   Ardmore, OK 73401

    Carter County
    77 miles from you

    • 580-226-6424 Service/Intake   24-Hour Crisis Line

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

    (close details on FAMILY SHELTER OF SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA)

    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Professional referral required.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking or stalking.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues, Crisis Shelter for Victims of Human Trafficking

    Site description:Nonprofit emergency shelter offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Jul 06, 2020

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    DAYSPRING VILLA

    Confidential Address   Sand Springs, OK 74063

    Tulsa County
    90 miles from you

    • 918-245-4075 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

    PROJECT DARK 2 LIGHT

    (close details on DAYSPRING VILLA)

    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay. Accepts mothers with children up to age 17 and pregnant women.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a woman 18 years of age or older.

    Documents required:None.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Call ahead for other languages.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues, Crisis Shelter for Victims of Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence Hotlines, Human Trafficking Hotlines, Sexual Assault Hotlines

    Site description:Nonprofit organization providing services for women affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human sex trafficking, and their children.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Travel instructions:After being accepted directions will be given to the individual.

    Last Updated:Mar 09, 2021

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    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION SERVICES

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION – CRISIS SHELTER

    3124 E Apache St   Tulsa, OK 74110

    Tulsa County
    102 miles from you(view map for DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION SERVICES)

    • 918-585-3163 Service/Intake
    • 918-743-5763 Service/Intake   24 Hour Crisis Line

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

    DVIS Shelter

    (close details on DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION SERVICES)

    Service description:Provides domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, sexual trafficking, and/or stalking survivors and their children with temporary lodging and meals, counseling, and supportive services.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic or dating violence, sexual assault, sexual trafficking, and/ or stalking

    Documents required:None.

    Area served:Creek County, Tulsa County

    Languages:Spanish speaking staff and language translation available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues, Crisis Shelter for Victims of Human Trafficking

    Site description:Emergency shelter offering shelter and support services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and sex trafficking.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:May 18, 2020

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    Confidential Address   Tulsa, OK 74110

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    KI BOIS COMMUNITY ACTION FOUNDATION

    KI BOIS COMMUNITY ACTION FOUNDATION – CARE CENTER – MCALESTER

    Confidential Address   McAlester, OK 74501

    Pittsburg County
    105 miles from you

    • 918-423-0032 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    CRISIS CONTROL CENTER

    115 N 12th Ave Suite C   Durant, OK 74701

    Bryan County
    119 miles from you(view map for CRISIS CONTROL CENTER)

    • 580-924-3030 Service/Intake
    • 800-799-7233 Alternate Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

    (close details on CRISIS CONTROL CENTER)

    Service description:Provides residential care for survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault. Provisions must be made to secure alternate housing for boys 14 years and older.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a woman 18 years of age or older (with or without children) and a survivor of domestic violence or sexual assault. Cannot accept transients, women with drug or alcohol addiction, or women in a severe or acute emotional state.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Spanish.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit organization assisting individuals in crisis due to domestic violence or sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

    Last Updated:Aug 31, 2020

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    SAFENET SERVICES

    SAFENET SERVICES – CLAREMORE

    1219 W Dupont St   Claremore, OK 74017

    Rogers County
    122 miles from you(view map for SAFENET SERVICES)

    • 918-341-9400 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic violence or sexual assault.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit emergency shelter offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

    Last Updated:May 30, 2021

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    118 N Adair St   Pryor, OK 74361

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    WOMEN IN SAFE HOMES

    WOMEN IN SAFE HOMES – MUSKOGEE SHELTER

    Confidential Address   Muskogee, OK 74401

    Muskogee County
    122 miles from you

    • 918-682-7878 Service/Intake   24-Hour Crisis Line

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of abuse, domestic violence, or sexual assault.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit agency providing services and shelter to victims of domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Oct 31, 2020

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    TURNING POINT ALCOHOL & DRUG CENTER

    622 SE Frank Phillips Blvd   Bartlesville, OK 74003

    Washington County
    125 miles from you(view map for TURNING POINT ALCOHOL & DRUG CENTER)

    • 844-311-7233 Service/Intake   24 Hour Crisis Line
    • 918-336-4646 Alternate Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provide a temporary shelter for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Walk-ins accepted.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.

    Documents required:None.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit organization providing substance abuse treatment services.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

    Last Updated:May 01, 2020

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    KI BOIS COMMUNITY ACTION FOUNDATION

    KI BOIS COMMUNITY ACTION FOUNDATION – CARE CENTER – STIGLER

    Confidential Address   Stigler, OK 74462

    Haskell County
    136 miles from you

    • 918-967-3277 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides temporary housing, emotional support, information, and resources to survivors of abuse.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:Sliding scale.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic or other abuse.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Spanish.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit crisis shelter.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Feb 18, 2021

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    Confidential Address   McAlester, OK 74501

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    SAFENET SERVICES

    SAFENET SERVICES – PRYOR

    118 N Adair St   Pryor, OK 74361

    Mayes County
    137 miles from you(view map for SAFENET SERVICES)

    • 888-372-9400 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic violence or sexual assault.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit emergency shelter offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

    Last Updated:May 30, 2021

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    1219 W Dupont St   Claremore, OK 74017

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    COMMUNITY CRISIS CENTER

    COMMUNITY CRISIS CENTER – MIAMI

    118 A St SE   Miami, OK 74354

    Ottawa County
    177 miles from you(view map for COMMUNITY CRISIS CENTER)

    • 800-400-0883 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be 18 years of age or older.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Spanish.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit organization offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Travel instructions:Located in the Fern L Holland Advocacy Center Building.

    Last Updated:Mar 18, 2021

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    SOS CRISIS CENTER

    Confidential Address   Idabel, OK 74745

    McCurtain County
    188 miles from you

    • 580-286-7533 Service/Intake
    • 888-286-3369 Alternate Service/Intake   24-Hour Hotline

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

    Service description:Provides a safe place for battered women and their children. Families receive assistance and referral for their needs, including support groups.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Application required.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be 18 years of age or older (or emancipated), drug-free, and a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or stalking.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Spanish.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit organization providing a safe place and support for women and children suffering from abuse.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

    Last Updated:Dec 23, 2020

    OKLAHOMA BUREAU OF NARCOTICS & DANGEROUS DRUGS

    419 NE 38th Terrace   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    5 miles from you(view map for OKLAHOMA BUREAU OF NARCOTICS & DANGEROUS DRUGS)

    • 855-617-2258 Service/Intake   Human Trafficking tip line

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    HUMAN TRAFFICKING-OKLAHOMA

    http://www.ok.gov/obndd/

    855-617-2288 Service/Intake – Human Trafficking Tip Line

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    Service description:Investigate complaints & tips of Human Trafficking

    Service hours:24/7

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Must reside in service area.

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Crisis Intervention for Victims of Human Trafficking, Talklines/Warmlines for Victims of Human Trafficking

    Travel instructions:number 18 bus line(BM)

    Last Updated:Jun 01, 2021

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    NATIONAL RUNAWAY SAFELINE

    3141B N Lincoln Ave   Chicago, IL 60657

    Cook County
    677 miles from you(view map for NATIONAL RUNAWAY SAFELINE)

    • 800-786-2929 Service/Intake   (800) RUN AWAY

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION: CHILDREN / YOUTH

    NATIONAL RUNAWAY AND HOMELESS YOUTH SAFELINE

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    Service description:Provides youth with crisis intervention, information and referral, conference calls, and message service.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake, or text 66008, or visit website for live chat.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a youth 18 years of age or younger considering or currently running away or homeless, or a family member.

    Documents required:None.

    Area served:Nationwide

    Languages:Phone-based translation available.

    Services:Crisis Intervention for Youth, Runaway/Homeless Youth Helplines

    Site description:National nonprofit providing youth with crisis intervention, information and referral, conference calls, and message service.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Dec 07, 2020

    OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES

    2000 N Classen Blvd Ste 2-600   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Oklahoma County
    4 miles from you(view map for OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES)

    • 405-522-3908 Service/Intake
    • 405-522-3650 Alternate Service/Intake   TTY/TTD

    INFORMATION AND REFERRAL: GAMBLING

    PROBLEM GAMBLING HELPLINE

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    Service description:Provides helpline for problem and compulsive gambling addiction and online directory of certified gambling treatment programs in Oklahoma.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:No restrictions.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Gambling Addiction Helplines, Specialized Information and Referral for Gambling Issues

    Site description:Government agency providing treatment services for mental health, substance use disorder, and domestic violence.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:Dec 14, 2020

    HANDS THAT GUIDE YOU

    1016 SW 44th Street Ste 500   Oklahoma City, OK 73109

    Oklahoma County
    1 mile from you(view map for HANDS THAT GUIDE YOU)

    • 405-605-4249 Main Phone

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    EMERGENCY CRISIS INTERVENTION

    405-605-4249 Main Phone

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    Service description:Provides emergency services on-site and in the community. Assessments are conducted 24 hours a day, seven days a week for children, adolescents and adults experiencing a psychiatric or substance abuse emergency.

    Service hours:24 Hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:Private pay, Medicaid, and Sliding scale for non insured.

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:Must provide Social Security Card, Insurance Card, Proof of ID

    Area served:Oklahoma City and surrounding areas

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Comprehensive Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Crisis Intervention, Mental Health Evaluation

    Site description:Provides behavioral counseling services on-site or out in the community to help those dealing with substance abuse or mental health issues.

    Site hours:Mon-Thu 8:30am – 5pm , Fri 8:30am – 3pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 2, 13, 16 bus lines. https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Dec 17, 2020

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    PALOMAR

    1140 N Hudson   Oklahoma City, OK 73103

    Oklahoma County
    3 miles from you(view map for PALOMAR)

    • 405-552-1010 Main Phone

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    CASE MANAGMENT

    405-552-1010 Main Phone

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    Service description:Houses numerous organizations that can help a victim of domestic violence. Can walk in during business hours but will need to make an appointment for services.

    “No matter what type of situation you are in, we welcome you at Palomar. When you come to Palomar, you will be surrounded with resources to develop a customized safety plan to best meet your needs. We want to empower you with resources and provide support to help you find your way. We have partner agencies and resources onsite to help you: Develop a personal safety plan; File a Victim Protective Order and understand what to expect in VPO Court; File a Police Report; Get into shelter/emergency housing; Relocate (if necessary and desired); Access civil legal assistance from Legal Aid (VPO, custody, divorce, u-visa etc.); Medical Services; Counseling services; Connect with other survivors in our support groups; Research jobs, print important documents, etc. from our computer lab and more.”

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Everyone who visits Palomar has the option to sit down one-on-one with a Client Navigator who will serve as your guide to connecting you with the help you need from various community agencies. Palomar abides by all confidentiality laws and requirements. You decide how your information is shared.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, child abuse, elder abuse, human trafficking, or any other type of abuse

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma City

    Languages:English and Spanish, Interpreters for all other languages available via the language line

    Services:Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups, Advocacy, Case/Care Management, Crisis Intervention, Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services

    Site description:Houses numerous organizations to provide necessary services and support for victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, bullying, elder abuse and human trafficking. Clients are seen on a walk-in basis.

    Site hours:Mon, Wed, Fri 8am-5pm
    Tue, Thu 8am-7pm

    Travel instructions:numbers 2, 3, 5 and 22 bus lines; OKC Streetcar stop: North Hudson

    Last Updated:Apr 19, 2021

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    OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH & SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES

    2000 N Classen Boulevard Ste 2-600   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Oklahoma County
    4 miles from you(view map for OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH & SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES)

    • 833-885-2273 Main Phone

    MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES / FACILITIES

    YOUTH CRISIS MOBILE RESPONSE

    833-885-2273 Main Phone

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    Service description:Connects children, youth, and young adults with the services they need to help them stay in their homes and communities. Line is intended for anyone under the age of 24 who is experiencing an emotional or behavioral crisis. Clients will be connected to a network of local mental health service providers.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake (833) 885-CARE (2273)

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:24 years of age or younger

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Crisis Intervention, Crisis Intervention for Youth, Mental Health Crisis Lines, Mental Health Crisis Lines for Youth, Psychiatric Mobile Response Teams, Psychiatric Mobile Response Teams for Youth, Suicide Prevention Hotlines for Youth

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Travel instructions:number 5,10,23,23N bus lines (BM)

    Last Updated:Jul 31, 2020

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    NORTHCARE

    2617 General Pershing Boulevard   Oklahoma City, OK 73107

    Oklahoma County
    5 miles from you(view map for NORTHCARE)

    • 405-858-2700 Service/Intake   Crisis Intervention, Children’s Outpatient

    MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES / FACILITIES

    CHILD, ADULT, & FAMILY OUTPATIENT SERVICES

    405-858-2700 Service/Intake

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    Service description:Assists individuals (children adolescents, and adults) and families throughout central Oklahoma who are living with emotional, co-occurring, or behavioral health conditions. Offers 24 hour crisis intervention, walk-in appointments and case management

    Service hours:Mon, Wed 8am-5pm; Tue, Thu 8am-7pm; Fri, Sat 8am-3pm (Sat by appt only)

    Intake procedure:Application includes documentation of residence and income. Call for details.

    Fees:Public assistance, private insurance, and sliding scale

    Eligibility:Children up to age 18 years

    Documents required:Call for more information

    Area served:Oklahoma County

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Assessment for Substance Use Disorders, Crisis Intervention, Crisis Intervention for Youth, General Counseling Services, General Counseling Services for Youth, Mental Health Evaluation, Mental Health Evaluation for Youth, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities for Youth, Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs

    Site description:Provides outpatient behavioral health services to children, families, and adults. Works with OKDHS to provide home-based child abuse prevention services.

    Site hours:Mon-Thu 8:00am-5:00pm; Fri 8:00am-3:00pm

    Travel instructions:numbers 9,38 bus lines (BM)

    Last Updated:Aug 21, 2019

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    4436 Nw 50th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73112

    106 N. 7th Street   Clinton, OK 73601

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    MID DEL YOUTH & FAMILY CENTER

    2801 Parklawn Drive Suite 201   Midwest City, OK 73110

    Oklahoma County
    8 miles from you(view map for MID DEL YOUTH & FAMILY CENTER)

    • 405-733-5437 Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    YOUTH CRISIS SHELTER

    405-424-0177 Main Phone

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    Service description:Provides a 24/7 emergency youth shelter. Home environment to encourage physical and emotional safety. Shelter works with Midwest City and Del City police departments as an emergency placement for runaway children or adolescents.

    Service hours:24-hours

    Intake procedure:Intake done by childcare social worker.

    Fees:No charge.

    Eligibility:Children birth to 17 years of age

    Documents required:Call for details

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English only. Translation services available.

    Services:Crisis Intervention, Crisis Intervention for Youth, Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Youth

    Last Updated:Sep 30, 2020

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    OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

    2500 N Lincoln Boulevard   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    4 miles from you(view map for OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION)

    • 877-723-3225 ext. 651 Service/Intake

    MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES / FACILITIES

    BULLYING HELPLINE

    https://sde.ok.gov/bullying-prevention

    877-723-3225 ext. 651 Service/Intake

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    Service description:Provides a reporting system for students and parents to make appropriate officials aware of potential threats to the safety of students and staff. Such threats could include: weapons possession, drug/alcohol use, harassment or intimidation, school vandalism, physical assault, threats of violence, suicide risk, abuse, neglect and other incidents. Provides on-line reporting forms for students, parents and administrators for reporting bullying incidents. TO PROVIDE A TIP REGARDING AN EMERGENCY SITUATION CALL 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY BEFORE CONTACTING THE TIP LINE OR COMPLETING THE TIP FORM.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call For Phone Intake or Access report forms on-line. (877)723-3225 ext.651

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Oklahoma Public School System Students and Activities.

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Bullying Helplines, Talklines/Warmlines

    Site description:Oklahoma State Department of Education provides services to schools, parents and students; leadership for education reform; and regulation/deregulation of state and federal laws.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 18, 24 bus lines. https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Jun 17, 2020

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    OKLAHOMA BAPTIST HOMES FOR CHILDREN

    OKLAHOMA BAPTIST HOMES FOR CHILDREN – OWASSO

    12700 E 76th Street North Oklahoma Baptist Homes For Children   Owasso, OK 74055

    Tulsa County
    110 miles from you(view map for OKLAHOMA BAPTIST HOMES FOR CHILDREN)

    FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

    HELPLINES/WARMLINES

    877-276-6242 Service/Intake

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    Service description:Helpline is a toll free number that provides information and referrals for individuals and families in need of help. 1-877-276- 6242 is the toll free number.

    Service hours:Helpline is staffed from 8:30 to 5 Monday through Friday. After hours and weekend voice mail is available.

    Intake procedure:Information not provided by agency.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Information not provided by agency.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma and surrounding states

    Languages:English

    Services:Talklines/Warmlines

    Last Updated:Mar 16, 2021

    OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

    2500 N Lincoln Boulevard   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
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    • 877-723-3225 ext. 651 Service/Intake

    MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES / FACILITIES

    BULLYING HELPLINE

    https://sde.ok.gov/bullying-prevention

    877-723-3225 ext. 651 Service/Intake

    (close details on OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION)

    Service description:Provides a reporting system for students and parents to make appropriate officials aware of potential threats to the safety of students and staff. Such threats could include: weapons possession, drug/alcohol use, harassment or intimidation, school vandalism, physical assault, threats of violence, suicide risk, abuse, neglect and other incidents. Provides on-line reporting forms for students, parents and administrators for reporting bullying incidents. TO PROVIDE A TIP REGARDING AN EMERGENCY SITUATION CALL 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY BEFORE CONTACTING THE TIP LINE OR COMPLETING THE TIP FORM.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call For Phone Intake or Access report forms on-line. (877)723-3225 ext.651

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Oklahoma Public School System Students and Activities.

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Bullying Helplines, Talklines/Warmlines

    Site description:Oklahoma State Department of Education provides services to schools, parents and students; leadership for education reform; and regulation/deregulation of state and federal laws.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 18, 24 bus lines. https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Jun 17, 2020

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    OKLAHOMA BUREAU OF NARCOTICS & DANGEROUS DRUGS

    419 NE 38th Terrace   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    5 miles from you(view map for OKLAHOMA BUREAU OF NARCOTICS & DANGEROUS DRUGS)

    • 855-617-2258 Service/Intake   Human Trafficking tip line

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    HUMAN TRAFFICKING-OKLAHOMA

    http://www.ok.gov/obndd/

    855-617-2288 Service/Intake – Human Trafficking Tip Line

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    Service description:Investigate complaints & tips of Human Trafficking

    Service hours:24/7

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Must reside in service area.

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Crisis Intervention for Victims of Human Trafficking, Talklines/Warmlines for Victims of Human Trafficking

    Travel instructions:number 18 bus line(BM)

    Last Updated:Jun 01, 2021

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    WOMENS RESOURCE CENTER

    Confidential Address   Norman, OK 73070

    Cleveland County
    17 miles from you

    • 405-701-5540 Service/Intake   24 hr DV Crisis Center
    • 405-701-5660 Service/Intake   24 hr Rape Crisis Center
    • [email protected]

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CRISIS LINE

    [email protected]

    https://wrcnormanok.org/

    405-701-5540 Rape Crisis Line   Rape Crisis Center

    405-701-5660 24hr DV Crisis Line   Crisis Line

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    OKLAHOMA BAPTIST HOMES FOR CHILDREN

    OKLAHOMA BAPTIST HOMES FOR CHILDREN – OWASSO

    12700 E 76th Street North Oklahoma Baptist Homes For Children   Owasso, OK 74055

    Tulsa County
    110 miles from you(view map for OKLAHOMA BAPTIST HOMES FOR CHILDREN)

    FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

    HELPLINES/WARMLINES

    877-276-6242 Service/Intake

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    Service description:Helpline is a toll free number that provides information and referrals for individuals and families in need of help. 1-877-276- 6242 is the toll free number.

    Service hours:Helpline is staffed from 8:30 to 5 Monday through Friday. After hours and weekend voice mail is available.

    Intake procedure:Information not provided by agency.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Information not provided by agency.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma and surrounding states

    Languages:English

    Services:Talklines/Warmlines

    Last Updated:Mar 16, 2021

    OKLAHOMA ATTORNEY GENERAL

    313 NE 21st St   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    1 mile from you(view map for OKLAHOMA ATTORNEY GENERAL)

    • 800-522-7233 Service/Intake

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

    OKLAHOMA DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/SEXUAL ASSUALT SAFELINE

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    Service description:Provides assistance with safety planning, crisis intervention, emergency shelter and advocacy to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:No restrictions.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Information not provided by agency.

    Services:Crisis Intervention for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Intervention for Sexual Assault Issues, Domestic Violence Hotlines, Sexual Assault Hotlines

    Site description:State office for the chief law officer of Oklahoma.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm

    Last Updated:Jan 05, 2021

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    OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL

    313 NE 21st Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    1 mile from you(view map for OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL)

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    SAFELINE

    http://www.oag.ok.gov

    800-522-7233 Main Phone   Toll-free

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    Service description:Provides a 24-hour hotline for those seeking help or information about domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. This includes assistance in safety planning and referrals to crisis centers, shelters and other state resources related to domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. All calls are confidential.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services available

    Services:Crisis Intervention for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Domestic Violence Hotlines, Specialized Information and Referral for Domestic Violence Issues

    Site description:Provides advocacy and assistance for victims of crimes

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 3, 18 and 23 bus lines

    https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Nov 05, 2020

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    YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

    2460 NW 39th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73112

    Oklahoma County
    6 miles from you(view map for YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION)

    • 405-943-7273 Sexual Assault Hotline
    • 405-948-1770 Main Phone
    • 800-522-7233 Toll-Free   Domestic Violence Safe line

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE

    405-943-7273 Service/Intake – Sexual Assault Hotline

    800-522-7233 Toll-Free – Domestic Violence Safe line

    405-917-9922 Domestic Violence Hotline

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    Service description:Provides crisis services to victims of domestic violence. Gives victims information on their legal rights, how to file for a Victim’s Protection Order, social services, and shelter or community services referrals.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call 800-522-7233 or 405-917-9922 for the statewide domestic violence hotline

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. Family members, friends, co-workers of victims. DHS Caseworkers and other social service agency members seeking services for clients.

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Statewide

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Crisis Intervention for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Intervention for Sexual Assault Issues, Domestic Violence Hotlines, Sexual Assault Counseling, Sexual Assault Hotlines

    Site description:Provides primary and secondary social services to families who have been affected domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm; Shelter: 24-hours

    Travel instructions:Numbers 7, 8, 11 bus lines.

    Last Updated:Dec 07, 2020

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    WOMENS RESOURCE CENTER

    Confidential Address   Norman, OK 73070

    Cleveland County
    17 miles from you

    • 405-701-5540 Service/Intake   24 hr Rape Crisis Center
    • 405-701-5660 Service/Intake   24 hr DV Crisis Line
    • [email protected]

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CRISIS LINE

    [email protected]

    https://wrcnormanok.org/

    405-701-5540 Rape Crisis Line   Rape Crisis Center

    405-701-5660 24hr DV Crisis Line   Crisis Line

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    Service description:Provides confidential crisis intervention, referrals, and information about domestic violence, at any hour of the day or night, 365 days a year. Domestic Violence Crisis Line (405) 701-5540.

    Service hours:24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Individuals in need of immediate assistance from domestic abuse and/or sexual assault.

    Documents required:Please call ahead. Documents required is a case by case decison.

    Area served:211 Oklahoma City

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups, Crisis Intervention for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Intervention for Sexual Assault Issues, Domestic Violence Hotlines, Sexual Assault Counseling, Talklines/Warmlines for Domestic Violence Issues

    Site hours:24 hours

    Last Updated:Jun 17, 2020

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    CITIZEN POTAWATOMI NATION FAMILY VIOLENCE PROGRAM

    1310 S Gordon Cooper Drive   Shawnee, OK 74801

    Pottawatomie County
    35 miles from you(view map for CITIZEN POTAWATOMI NATION FAMILY VIOLENCE PROGRAM)

    • 405-878-4673 Emergency   24/7

    ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCACY

    http://www.cpnhouseofhope.com/

    405-275-3176 Main Phone

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    Service description:Provides clients with community resources through victim advocacy, court advocacy, job development and parenting education.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Lives in one of the listed counties and fleeing domestic violence situation

    Documents required:Documentation will be discusessed on the phone intake procedure.

    Area served:Potawatomi, Oklahoma, Cleveland, Lincoln and Seminole counties

    Languages:English only

    Services:Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups, Domestic Violence Hotlines, Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services, Family Based Services for Domestic Violence Issues, Parenting Education for Domestic Violence Issues

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:Jul 27, 2020

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    FAMILY SHELTER OF SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA

    Confidential Address   Ardmore, OK 73401

    Carter County
    77 miles from you

    • 580-226-6424 Service/Intake   24-Hour Crisis Line

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Offers crisis line for survivors of abuse.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking or stalking.

    Documents required:None.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Intervention for Domestic Violence Issues, Domestic Violence Hotlines, Human Trafficking Hotlines, Sexual Assault Hotlines

    Site description:Nonprofit emergency shelter offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Jul 06, 2020

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    DAYSPRING VILLA

    Confidential Address   Sand Springs, OK 74063

    Tulsa County
    90 miles from you

    • 918-245-4075 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

    PROJECT DARK 2 LIGHT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay. Accepts mothers with children up to age 17 and pregnant women.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a woman 18 years of age or older.

    Documents required:None.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Call ahead for other languages.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues, Crisis Shelter for Victims of Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence Hotlines, Human Trafficking Hotlines, Sexual Assault Hotlines

    Site description:Nonprofit organization providing services for women affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human sex trafficking, and their children.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Travel instructions:After being accepted directions will be given to the individual.

    Last Updated:Mar 09, 2021

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    OSAGE NATION COUNSELING CENTER

    FAMILY VIOLENCE PROGRAM

    Confidential Address   Pawhuska, OK 74056

    Osage County
    107 miles from you

    • 866-897-4747 Main Phone
    • 918-287-5422 Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SAFE SHELTER

    http://www.osagenation-nsn.gov

    866-897-4747 Main Phone – 24 Hour Crisis Line

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    Service description:Providing a safe shelter for women who are victims of domestic violence. Can help with protective orders for both state and tribal, serve court advocacy and help with relocation.

    Service hours:24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call the crisis line for shelter information

    Fees:no fee

    Eligibility:No one with medical needs
    Do not need to be a member of a nationally recognized tribe

    Documents required:driver’s license,

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Osage

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Domestic Violence Hotlines

    Site description:Shelter and counseling center for women who are victims of domestic violence. Do not need to be a member of the Osage tribe.

    Site hours:24 hours

    Last Updated:Nov 05, 2020

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    OSAGE NATION

    OSAGE NATION – FAMILY VIOLENCE

    1201 E 11th St   Pawhuska, OK 74056

    Osage County
    115 miles from you(view map for OSAGE NATION)

    • 866-897-4747 Emergency   Crisis Line

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

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    Service description:Offers help to any victim of domestic violence, family violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking or human sex trafficking.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Serves the Osage Reservation (Osage County) regardless of ethnicity; any Native victim residing in Oklahoma or Kansas; and any Osage victim regardless of where they may reside.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Information not provided by agency.

    Services:Domestic Violence Hotlines, Sexual Assault Hotlines

    Site description:Public agency providing services to members of the Osage tribe.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Jun 28, 2020

    OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL

    313 NE 21st Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    1 mile from you(view map for OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL)

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    SAFELINE

    http://www.oag.ok.gov

    800-522-7233 Main Phone   Toll-free

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    Service description:Provides a 24-hour hotline for those seeking help or information about domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. This includes assistance in safety planning and referrals to crisis centers, shelters and other state resources related to domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. All calls are confidential.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services available

    Services:Crisis Intervention for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Domestic Violence Hotlines, Specialized Information and Referral for Domestic Violence Issues

    Site description:Provides advocacy and assistance for victims of crimes

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 3, 18 and 23 bus lines

    https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Nov 05, 2020

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    SUNBEAM FAMILY SERVICES

    1100 NW 14th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Oklahoma County
    4 miles from you(view map for SUNBEAM FAMILY SERVICES)

    • 405-609-1987 Main Phone

    SHELTER

    SENIOR SHELTER

    405-609-1987 Main Phone

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    Service description:Provides a shelter for any senior who may need shelter because of abuse, neglect, self-neglect, and/or exploitation, as well as homelessness due to mental illness or catastrophic medical expenses.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Admission to the shelter is by referral from a social/human services agency. To learn more about the Senior Shelter, call 405-609-1987 Ext. 137 or email [email protected].

    Fees:none

    Eligibility:Seniors 60+ who are experiencing homelessness.

    Documents required:Call for details

    Area served:Oklahoma, Canadian, Cleveland and Logan counties

    Languages:English only

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Elder Abuse Shelters, Homeless Shelter

    Site description:Provides family counseling, foster care and early childhood education and senior services programs.

    Site hours:Mon, Fri 8:30am-5pm; Tue-Thu 8:30am-7:30pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 3, 5, 10 and 38 bus routes

    https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Nov 19, 2020

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    CITY CARE

    LOW BARRIER SHELTER

    532 N Villa Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73107

    Oklahoma County
    5 miles from you(view map for CITY CARE)

    • 405-652-1112 Main   Goes to primary office

    SHELTERS

    LOW BARRIER SHELTER

    https://www.citycareokc.org/

    405-652-1112 Main Phone

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    Service description:Provides shelter for the night for those who need it. 140 beds (96 for men, 28 for women and four family suites). Offers short and long-term storage, a pet hotel and wash station. Provides clean linens and you can stay as long as you need to.

    Service hours:Families may enter at 4:30PM
    Single adults may enter at 6:00pm
    No curfew for entry as long as there is vacancy. Shelter guests may reserve a bed for the following evening as well.

    Intake procedure:Walk-in

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:All

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma City metro

    Languages:English only but will take whatever steps necessary to communicate with a person in need of services.

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Family Crisis Shelters, Crisis Shelter for Men, Crisis Shelter for Women, Homeless Shelter

    Site description:Provides low barrier shelter for those in need.

    Site hours:Families can come in at 4:30pm
    Single adults can come in at 6:00pm
    No cut-off time for shelter as long as there is vacancy.

    Travel instructions:Numbers 9 and 38 bus lines service this location.

    Last Updated:Mar 29, 2021

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    YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

    2460 NW 39th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73112

    Oklahoma County
    6 miles from you(view map for YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION)

    • 405-917-9922   Domestic Violence Hotline
    • 405-943-7273   Sexual Assault Hotline
    • 405-948-1770 Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER

    http://www.ywcaokc.org/

    405-917-9922   Domestic Violence Hotline

    405-943-7273   Sexual Assault Hotline

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    Service description:Provides emergency shelter and care for victims who are in immediate danger, and their children. Victims are assisted in obtaining housing, medical care, legal counsel, transportation, and many other needed services. Domestic violence education and support groups provide awareness to clients, giving them the opportunity to regain control over their own lives.

    Service hours:Sun-Sat 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Must be a domestic violence or sexual assualt victim in immediate need of an emergency assistance.

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma County and surrounding areas

    Languages:Spanish

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues

    Site description:Provides primary and secondary social services to families who have been affected domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm; Shelter: 24-hours

    Travel instructions:Numbers 7, 8, 11 bus lines.

    Last Updated:Dec 07, 2020

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    PIVOT INC

    201 NE 50th Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    6 miles from you(view map for PIVOT INC)

    • 405-235-7537 ext. 243 Main Phone

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    FAMILY JUNCTION CHILDREN’S RESOURCE CENTER

    [email protected]

    http://www.pivotok.org/

    405-272-0726 Main Phone

    405-235-7537 ext. 243 Service/Intake

    405-604-9476 Other   After hours emergencies

    405-604-9479 Fax

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    Service description:Provides sheltering for young people under 18, in transition or in crisis situations. Provides counseling, life skills, recreational activities, and shelter. The goal is to help resolve conflicts and reunify families as soon as possible. Staff can also work towards providing an appropriate alternative placement if necessary.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Clients must complete required intake forms upon admission and have a current health screening/physician’s referral.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Male and female residents ages 12-17 years.

    Documents required:Call for details

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English only

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Youth, Homeless Shelter, Homeless Shelter

    Site description:Provides a variety of social services for at-risk youth

    Site hours:Mon-Thu 8am-5pm,after 5pm by appointment only; Fri 8am-12pm, after 12pm by appointment only

    Travel instructions:On NE 50th between Sante Fe and Lincoln.
    Number 15 bus line

    Last Updated:Nov 04, 2020

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    MID DEL YOUTH & FAMILY CENTER

    2801 Parklawn Drive Suite 201   Midwest City, OK 73110

    Oklahoma County
    8 miles from you(view map for MID DEL YOUTH & FAMILY CENTER)

    • 405-733-5437 Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    YOUTH CRISIS SHELTER

    405-424-0177 Main Phone

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    Service description:Provides a 24/7 emergency youth shelter. Home environment to encourage physical and emotional safety. Shelter works with Midwest City and Del City police departments as an emergency placement for runaway children or adolescents.

    Service hours:24-hours

    Intake procedure:Intake done by childcare social worker.

    Fees:No charge.

    Eligibility:Children birth to 17 years of age

    Documents required:Call for details

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English only. Translation services available.

    Services:Crisis Intervention, Crisis Intervention for Youth, Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Youth

    Last Updated:Sep 30, 2020

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    CROSSROADS YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES

    NORMAN – CROSSROADS YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES

    1650 W Tecumseh Road Ste 500   Norman, OK 73071

    Cleveland County
    13 miles from you(view map for CROSSROADS YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES)

    • 405-321-0240 Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    EMERGENCY YOUTH SHELTER-NORMAN

    http://www.crossroadsyfs.com

    405-321-0240 Main Phone

    405-321-7564 Fax

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    Service description:Provides short-term emergency homeless shelter care for up to twelve (12) children from birth to seventeen (17) years of age in Cleveland and other Central Oklahoma Counties.

    Service hours:24-hours

    Intake procedure:Call for details.

    Fees:No charge.

    Eligibility:Children aged 17 and under.

    Documents required:Call for more information

    Area served:Cleveland & McClain counties and central Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Youth

    Site description:Supports healthy lifestyles and emotional well being of children, youth, and families through the provision of effective community based programs. This agency is a member of the Oklahoma Association of Youth Services (OAYS).

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:Dec 09, 2020

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    WOMENS RESOURCE CENTER

    Confidential Address   Norman, OK 73070

    Cleveland County
    17 miles from you

    • 405-701-5540 Service/Intake   24 hr Rape Crisis Center
    • 405-701-5660 Service/Intake   24 hr DV Crisis Line
    • [email protected]

    SHELTERS

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER

    [email protected]

    https://wrcnormanok.org/

    405-701-5660 24 HR Crisis Line

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    Service description:Provides safe, temporary housing for women and their children who have been victimized by domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking. Residents receive individual and group support, DV education, advocacy, information and referral on housing, job training, legal aid and financial assistance. They also benefit from the understanding and support of the staff and other residents.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm, 24 hour emergency shelter

    Intake procedure:Call for details Domestic Violence Shelter 405 701 5497

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Women and children who are victims and/or survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.

    Documents required:Please call ahead as this is done on a case by case decision.

    Area served:211 Oklahoma City

    Languages:.English and Spanish

    Services:Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups, Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups for Women, Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Women

    Site hours:24 hours

    Last Updated:Jun 17, 2020

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    FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER

    211 N Timmons St   Seminole, OK 74868

    Seminole County
    50 miles from you(view map for FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER)

    • 844-863-0270 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of abuse, domestic violence, or sexual assault.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit emergency shelter offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:Nov 30, 2020

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    SEMINOLE NATION OF OKLAHOMA

    36645 Hwy 270   Wewoka, OK 74884

    Seminole County
    63 miles from you(view map for SEMINOLE NATION OF OKLAHOMA)

    • 405-382-3762 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides short-term housing for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and/or dating violence. This particular program is to help victims who are fleeing from an abusive relationship or family member who is in need of immediate safety and confidential housing.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and/or dating violence. May be non-Native.

    Documents required:Must provide photo ID/driver’s license, CDIB card (if available), birth certificate.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Seminole.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Organization providing governmental, administrative and social services to the Seminole Nation.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:Mar 31, 2021

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    FAMILY CRISIS CENTER OF ADA

    605 E 12th St   Ada, OK 74820

    Pontotoc County
    66 miles from you(view map for FAMILY CRISIS CENTER OF ADA)

    • 580-436-6648 Service/Intake
    • 580-436-3504 Alternate Service/Intake   24-Hour Crisis Hotline

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for application.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of abuse.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit emergency shelter offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon, Tue 8am-6:30pm, Wed 8am-5pm, Thu 8am-6pm

    Last Updated:Nov 30, 2020

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    FAMILY SHELTER OF SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA

    Confidential Address   Ardmore, OK 73401

    Carter County
    77 miles from you

    • 580-226-6424 Service/Intake   24-Hour Crisis Line

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Professional referral required.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking or stalking.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues, Crisis Shelter for Victims of Human Trafficking

    Site description:Nonprofit emergency shelter offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Jul 06, 2020

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    MARIE DETTY YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICE CENTER

    2501 SW E Avenue   Lawton, OK 73505

    Comanche County
    78 miles from you(view map for MARIE DETTY YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICE CENTER)

    • 580-248-6450 Alternate Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    EMERGENCY YOUTH SHELTER

    http://www.marie-detty.org/emergency-youth-shelter.html

    580-248-6450 Main Phone

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    SHELTERS

    NEW DIRECTIONS WOMENS SHELTER

    580-250-1123 Alternate Main Phone

    580-357-2500 Service/Intake   Crisis Services

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    Service description:Provides services for victims/survivors of domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault, including crisis line, shelter, counseling, emergency transportation, support groups for adults and children, advocacy, referrals to community resources, community education, and referrals for abusive partners.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake. Shelter in a secure location.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Victims of domestic violence and sexual assault

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Comanche County

    Languages:English only

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues

    Site description:Provides emergency health and human services for youth and families.

    Site hours:Services vary. Call about service availability.

    Last Updated:Sep 28, 2020

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    OKMULGEE COUNTY FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER

    Confidential Address   Okmulgee, OK 74447

    Okmulgee County
    88 miles from you

    • 877-756-2545 Service/Intake
    • 918-756-2545 Alternate Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic violence, abuse, or sexual assault.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:American Sign Language, Creek Indian, Spanish.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit emergency shelter offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm

    Last Updated:Jan 22, 2021

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    DAYSPRING VILLA

    Confidential Address   Sand Springs, OK 74063

    Tulsa County
    90 miles from you

    • 918-245-4075 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

    PROJECT DARK 2 LIGHT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay. Accepts mothers with children up to age 17 and pregnant women.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a woman 18 years of age or older.

    Documents required:None.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Call ahead for other languages.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues, Crisis Shelter for Victims of Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence Hotlines, Human Trafficking Hotlines, Sexual Assault Hotlines

    Site description:Nonprofit organization providing services for women affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human sex trafficking, and their children.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Travel instructions:After being accepted directions will be given to the individual.

    Last Updated:Mar 09, 2021

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    PEACHTREE LANDING

    105 W Hazel   Ponca City, OK 74601

    Kay County
    91 miles from you(view map for PEACHTREE LANDING)

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    PEACHTREE LANDING

    580-762-3208 Main Phone

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    Service description:Provides emergency shelter for single women, single parents with children, and families.

    Service hours:24-hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Homeless women and single parents with children. Must not have any charges pertaining to assult & battery, domestic violence, or drug related charges.

    Documents required:Must provide photo ID/driver’s license and any clearances of warrants served.

    Area served:Because of Covid19 we are currently not taking anyone outside of Kay County. Once the pandemic starts slowing down we will open back up to provide shelter to anyone regardless of where they are coming from.

    Languages:English only

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter, Homeless Shelter

    Last Updated:Oct 12, 2020

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    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION SERVICES

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION – CRISIS SHELTER

    3124 E Apache St   Tulsa, OK 74110

    Tulsa County
    102 miles from you(view map for DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION SERVICES)

    • 918-585-3163 Service/Intake
    • 918-743-5763 Service/Intake   24 Hour Crisis Line

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

    DVIS Shelter

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    Service description:Provides domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, sexual trafficking, and/or stalking survivors and their children with temporary lodging and meals, counseling, and supportive services.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic or dating violence, sexual assault, sexual trafficking, and/ or stalking

    Documents required:None.

    Area served:Creek County, Tulsa County

    Languages:Spanish speaking staff and language translation available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues, Crisis Shelter for Victims of Human Trafficking

    Site description:Emergency shelter offering shelter and support services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and sex trafficking.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:May 18, 2020

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    Confidential Address   Tulsa, OK 74110

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    KI BOIS COMMUNITY ACTION FOUNDATION

    KI BOIS COMMUNITY ACTION FOUNDATION – CARE CENTER – MCALESTER

    Confidential Address   McAlester, OK 74501

    Pittsburg County
    105 miles from you

    • 918-423-0032 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides temporary housing, emotional support, information, and resources to survivors of abuse.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:Sliding scale.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic or other abuse.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Spanish.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit crisis shelter.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Feb 18, 2021

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    Confidential Address   Stigler, OK 74462

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    OSAGE NATION COUNSELING CENTER

    FAMILY VIOLENCE PROGRAM

    Confidential Address   Pawhuska, OK 74056

    Osage County
    107 miles from you

    • 866-897-4747 Main Phone
    • 918-287-5422 Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SAFE SHELTER

    http://www.osagenation-nsn.gov

    866-897-4747 Main Phone – 24 Hour Crisis Line

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    Service description:Providing a safe shelter for women who are victims of domestic violence. Can help with protective orders for both state and tribal, serve court advocacy and help with relocation.

    Service hours:24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call the crisis line for shelter information

    Fees:no fee

    Eligibility:No one with medical needs
    Do not need to be a member of a nationally recognized tribe

    Documents required:driver’s license,

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Osage

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Domestic Violence Hotlines

    Site description:Shelter and counseling center for women who are victims of domestic violence. Do not need to be a member of the Osage tribe.

    Site hours:24 hours

    Last Updated:Nov 05, 2020

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    OSAGE NATION

    OSAGE NATION – FAMILY VIOLENCE

    1201 E 11th St   Pawhuska, OK 74056

    Osage County
    115 miles from you(view map for OSAGE NATION)

    • 918-287-5422 Service/Intake
    • 866-897-4747 Alternate Service/Intake   Crisis Line

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Offers a shelter for ALL victims of family/domestic violence residing on the Osage Reservation (Osage County), for all Native victims in Oklahoma and Kansas, and for all Osage victims wherever they may reside. The shelter provides a communal living environment where victims of family/domestic violence may develop a sense of community with the other shelter guests as well as with our staff.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be leaving a domestic violence situation. Children of victims are welcome.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Information not provided by agency.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues

    Site description:Public agency providing services to members of the Osage tribe.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Jun 28, 2020

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    CRISIS CONTROL CENTER

    115 N 12th Ave Suite C   Durant, OK 74701

    Bryan County
    119 miles from you(view map for CRISIS CONTROL CENTER)

    • 580-924-3030 Service/Intake
    • 800-799-7233 Alternate Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides residential care for survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault. Provisions must be made to secure alternate housing for boys 14 years and older.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a woman 18 years of age or older (with or without children) and a survivor of domestic violence or sexual assault. Cannot accept transients, women with drug or alcohol addiction, or women in a severe or acute emotional state.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Spanish.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit organization assisting individuals in crisis due to domestic violence or sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

    Last Updated:Aug 31, 2020

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    SAFENET SERVICES

    SAFENET SERVICES – CLAREMORE

    1219 W Dupont St   Claremore, OK 74017

    Rogers County
    122 miles from you(view map for SAFENET SERVICES)

    • 918-341-9400 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic violence or sexual assault.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit emergency shelter offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

    Last Updated:May 30, 2021

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    118 N Adair St   Pryor, OK 74361

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    WOMEN IN SAFE HOMES

    WOMEN IN SAFE HOMES – MUSKOGEE SHELTER

    Confidential Address   Muskogee, OK 74401

    Muskogee County
    122 miles from you

    • 918-682-7878 Service/Intake   24-Hour Crisis Line

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of abuse, domestic violence, or sexual assault.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit agency providing services and shelter to victims of domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Oct 31, 2020

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    WESTERN PLAINS YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES

    202639 E County Road 42   Woodward, OK 73801

    Woodward County
    124 miles from you(view map for WESTERN PLAINS YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES)

    • 580-254-5322 Main Phone

    HEALTH CARE / DENTAL SERVICES

    EMERGENCY YOUTH SHELTER

    580-256-8931 Main Phone – Denise Lively   [email protected]

    580-254-5335 Fax

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    Service description:Provides voluntary placement for youth ages 0-17 who have run away or who must, for various reasons, be temporarily removed for their home. Youth are referred for placement if they are temporarily homeless, experiencing extreme family conflict, have been involved in misdemeanor offenses, or are awaiting foster homes.

    Service hours:24-hours

    Intake procedure:Must be signed in by legal guardian and paperwork filled out.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Ages 0-17.

    Documents required:Call for details

    Area served:Statewide

    Languages:English and Spanish translator available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Youth

    Site hours:Hours vary, call for details.

    Last Updated:Jan 11, 2021

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    TURNING POINT ALCOHOL & DRUG CENTER

    622 SE Frank Phillips Blvd   Bartlesville, OK 74003

    Washington County
    125 miles from you(view map for TURNING POINT ALCOHOL & DRUG CENTER)

    • 844-311-7233 Service/Intake   24 Hour Crisis Line
    • 918-336-4646 Alternate Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provide a temporary shelter for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Walk-ins accepted.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.

    Documents required:None.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit organization providing substance abuse treatment services.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

    Last Updated:May 01, 2020

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    KI BOIS COMMUNITY ACTION FOUNDATION

    KI BOIS COMMUNITY ACTION FOUNDATION – CARE CENTER – STIGLER

    Confidential Address   Stigler, OK 74462

    Haskell County

    • 918-967-3277 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides temporary housing, emotional support, information, and resources to survivors of abuse.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:Sliding scale.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic or other abuse.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Spanish.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit crisis shelter.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Feb 18, 2021

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    Confidential Address   McAlester, OK 74501

    SAFENET SERVICES

    SAFENET SERVICES – PRYOR

    118 N Adair St   Pryor, OK 74361

    Mayes County
    137 miles from you(view map for SAFENET SERVICES)

    • 888-372-9400 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a survivor of domestic violence or sexual assault.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit emergency shelter offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

    Last Updated:May 30, 2021

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    1219 W Dupont St   Claremore, OK 74017

    COMMUNITY CRISIS CENTER

    COMMUNITY CRISIS CENTER – MIAMI

    118 A St SE   Miami, OK 74354

    Ottawa County
    177 miles from you(view map for COMMUNITY CRISIS CENTER)

    • 800-400-0883 Service/Intake

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides survivors of abuse a temporary place to stay.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be 18 years of age or older.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Spanish.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit organization offering support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Travel instructions:Located in the Fern L Holland Advocacy Center Building.

    Last Updated:Mar 18, 2021

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    SOS CRISIS CENTER

    Confidential Address   Idabel, OK 74745

    McCurtain County
    188 miles from you

    • 580-286-7533 Service/Intake
    • 888-286-3369 Alternate Service/Intake   24-Hour Hotline

    SHELTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / HUMAN TRAFFICKING / SEXUAL ASSAULT

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    Service description:Provides a safe place for battered women and their children. Families receive assistance and referral for their needs, including support groups.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Application required.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be 18 years of age or older (or emancipated), drug-free, and a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or stalking.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Spanish.

    Services:Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence Issues, Crisis Shelter for Sexual Assault Issues

    Site description:Nonprofit organization providing a safe place and support for women and children suffering from abuse.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

    Last Updated:Dec 23, 2020

    OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

    2400 N Lincoln Boulevard   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-487-5483 Main Phone
    • 405-521-3646 Main Phone   Switchboard

    INFORMATION AND REFERRAL

    ABUSE AND NEGLECT HELPLINE

    800-522-3511 Main Phone

    (close details on OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES)

    Service description:Protective Services operates a statewide hotline that identifies, treats and prevents abuse and neglect of children and adults living in Oklahoma. Resources that aid in protection from abuse, neglect or exploitation are through proper services such as medical care, self-maintenance skills, personal hygiene, adequate food and shelter.

    Service hours:24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish. Call ahead for other languages

    Services:Adult Protective Services, Children’s Protective Services

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 2, 18, and 23 bus lines

    use the website for specific bus route details: https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Apr 02, 2019

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    2401 NW 23rd Street Ste 1-H   Oklahoma City, OK 73107

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    OKLAHOMA ATTORNEY GENERAL

    313 NE 21st St   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    1 mile from you(view map for OKLAHOMA ATTORNEY GENERAL)

    • 877-654-8463 Service/Intake
    • 405-521-3921 Alternate Service/Intake

    LEGAL SERVICES

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    OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

    2400 N Lincoln Blvd Sequoyah Memorial Office Building   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    4 miles from you(view map for OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES)

    • 800-522-3511 Service/Intake

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    STATEWIDE ABUSE HOTLINE

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    Service description:Provides a statewide, toll free hotline for the purpose of receiving reports of abuse, neglect, or exploitation of children and adults. Offers emergency service referral; investigation of suspected abuse, neglect or exploitation of finances; provision of protection, including legal channels; and crisis intervention.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:No restrictions.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Information not provided by agency.

    Services:Adult Protective Services, Child Abuse Hotlines, Children’s Protective Services, Crisis Intervention for Child Abuse Issues

    Site description:State agency offering assistance programs.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:Mar 06, 2020

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    OMBUDSMAN

    50 Northeast 23rd Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    6 miles from you(view map for OMBUDSMAN)

    • 405-521-6734 Main Phone

    ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    ADVOCACY

    405-521-6734 Main Phone

    (close details on OMBUDSMAN)

    Service description:Investigates complaints of abuse, neglect and exploitation in nursing homes.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Call for information.

    Fees:No charge

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:Information provided by agency.

    Area served:State of Oklahoma

    Languages:English only

    Services:Adult Protective Services, Advocacy, Long Term Care Ombudsman Programs

    Travel instructions:number 18, 23,23N, 24 bus lines (BM)

    Last Updated:Sep 23, 2020

    HANDS THAT GUIDE YOU

    1016 SW 44th Street Ste 500   Oklahoma City, OK 73109

    Oklahoma County
    1 mile from you(view map for HANDS THAT GUIDE YOU)

    • 405-605-4249 Main Phone

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    EMERGENCY CRISIS INTERVENTION

    405-605-4249 Main Phone

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    Service description:Provides emergency services on-site and in the community. Assessments are conducted 24 hours a day, seven days a week for children, adolescents and adults experiencing a psychiatric or substance abuse emergency.

    Service hours:24 Hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:Private pay, Medicaid, and Sliding scale for non insured.

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:Must provide Social Security Card, Insurance Card, Proof of ID

    Area served:Oklahoma City and surrounding areas

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Comprehensive Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Crisis Intervention, Mental Health Evaluation

    Site description:Provides behavioral counseling services on-site or out in the community to help those dealing with substance abuse or mental health issues.

    Site hours:Mon-Thu 8:30am – 5pm , Fri 8:30am – 3pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 2, 13, 16 bus lines. https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Dec 17, 2020

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    PALOMAR

    1140 N Hudson   Oklahoma City, OK 73103

    Oklahoma County
    3405-552-1010 Main Phone

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    CASE MANAGMENT

    405-552-1010 Main Phone

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    Service description:Houses numerous organizations that can help a victim of domestic violence. Can walk in during business hours but will need to make an appointment for services.

    “No matter what type of situation you are in, we welcome you at Palomar. When you come to Palomar, you will be surrounded with resources to develop a customized safety plan to best meet your needs. We want to empower you with resources and provide support to help you find your way. We have partner agencies and resources onsite to help you: Develop a personal safety plan; File a Victim Protective Order and understand what to expect in VPO Court; File a Police Report; Get into shelter/emergency housing; Relocate (if necessary and desired); Access civil legal assistance from Legal Aid (VPO, custody, divorce, u-visa etc.); Medical Services; Counseling services; Connect with other survivors in our support groups; Research jobs, print important documents, etc. from our computer lab and more.”

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Everyone who visits Palomar has the option to sit down one-on-one with a Client Navigator who will serve as your guide to connecting you with the help you need from various community agencies. Palomar abides by all confidentiality laws and requirements. You decide how your information is shared.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, child abuse, elder abuse, human trafficking, or any other type of abuse

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma City

    Languages:English and Spanish, Interpreters for all other languages available via the language line

    Services:Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups, Advocacy, Case/Care Management, Crisis Intervention, Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services

    Site description:Houses numerous organizations to provide necessary services and support for victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, bullying, elder abuse and human trafficking. Clients are seen on a walk-in basis.

    Site hours:Mon, Wed, Fri 8am-5pm
    Tue, Thu 8am-7pm

    Travel instructions:numbers 2, 3, 5 and 22 bus lines; OKC Streetcar stop: North Hudson

    Last Updated:Apr 19, 2021

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    OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH & SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES

    2000 N Classen Boulevard Ste 2-600   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Oklahoma County

    • 833-885-2273 Main Phone

    MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES / FACILITIES

    YOUTH CRISIS MOBILE RESPONSE

    833-885-2273 Main Phone

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    Service description:Connects children, youth, and young adults with the services they need to help them stay in their homes and communities. Line is intended for anyone under the age of 24 who is experiencing an emotional or behavioral crisis. Clients will be connected to a network of local mental health service providers.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake (833) 885-CARE (2273)

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:24 years of age or younger

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Crisis Intervention, Crisis Intervention for Youth, Mental Health Crisis Lines, Mental Health Crisis Lines for Youth, Psychiatric Mobile Response Teams, Psychiatric Mobile Response Teams for Youth, Suicide Prevention Hotlines for Youth

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Travel instructions:number 5,10,23,23N bus lines (BM)

    Last Updated:Jul 31, 2020

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    NORTHCARE

    2617 General Pershing Boulevard   Oklahoma City, OK 73107

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-858-2700 Service/Intake   Crisis Intervention, Children’s Outpatient

    MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES / FACILITIES

    CHILD, ADULT, & FAMILY OUTPATIENT SERVICES

    405-858-2700 Service/Intake

    Service description:Assists individuals (children adolescents, and adults) and families throughout central Oklahoma who are living with emotional, co-occurring, or behavioral health conditions. Offers 24 hour crisis intervention, walk-in appointments and case management

    Service hours:Mon, Wed 8am-5pm; Tue, Thu 8am-7pm; Fri, Sat 8am-3pm (Sat by appt only)

    Intake procedure:Application includes documentation of residence and income. Call for details.

    Fees:Public assistance, private insurance, and sliding scale

    Eligibility:Children up to age 18 years

    Documents required:Call for more information

    Area served:Oklahoma County

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Assessment for Substance Use Disorders, Crisis Intervention, Crisis Intervention for Youth, General Counseling Services, General Counseling Services for Youth, Mental Health Evaluation, Mental Health Evaluation for Youth, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities, Outpatient Mental Health Facilities for Youth, Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs

    Site description:Provides outpatient behavioral health services to children, families, and adults. Works with OKDHS to provide home-based child abuse prevention services.

    Site hours:Mon-Thu 8:00am-5:00pm; Fri 8:00am-3:00pm

    Travel instructions:numbers 9,38 bus lines (BM)

    Last Updated:Aug 21, 2019

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    MID DEL YOUTH & FAMILY CENTER

    2801 Parklawn Drive Suite 201   Midwest City, OK 73110

    Oklahoma County
    405-733-5437 Main Phone

    SHELTERS

    YOUTH CRISIS SHELTER

    405-424-0177 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides a 24/7 emergency youth shelter. Home environment to encourage physical and emotional safety. Shelter works with Midwest City and Del City police departments as an emergency placement for runaway children or adolescents.

    Service hours:24-hours

    Intake procedure:Intake done by childcare social worker.

    Fees:No charge.

    Eligibility:Children birth to 17 years of age

    Documents required:Call for details

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English only. Translation services available.

    Services:Crisis Intervention, Crisis Intervention for Youth, Crisis Shelter, Crisis Shelter for Youth

    Last Updated:Sep 30, 2020

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    METROPOLITIAN LIBRARY SYSTEM

    Call Us (405) 231-8650
    Text Us (405) 546-2275

     

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    Attn: Oklahoma Chapter

    9370 Olive Blvd.

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    2448 E. 81st Street, Suite 3000
    Tulsa, OK 74137
    Phone: 918.392.5000

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    6601 N. Broadway Ext., Suite 120
    Oklahoma City, OK 73116
    Phone: 405.319.0780

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    American Cancer Society – (OK) Tulsa, (Mailing address below)

    ACS Patient Programs and Services

    The American Cancer Society offers programs and services to help you during and after cancer treatment. Below are some of the resources we provide. We can also help you find other free or low-cost resources available.

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    Oklahoma City, OK 73123

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    American Diabetes Association

     

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    Non-profit organization in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Located in: Chesapeake Community Plaza

    Address710 W Wilshire Blvd #101, Oklahoma City, OK 73116

    Hours8:30AM Thu

    Phone(405) 748-4674

    OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES

    2000 N Classen Blvd Ste 2-600   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Oklahoma County

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION: MENTAL HEALTH / SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER

    REACH OUT HOTLINE

    OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH & SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES

    2000 N Classen Boulevard Ste 2-600   Oklahoma City, OK 73106

    Oklahoma County

    MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES / FACILITIES

    YOUTH CRISIS MOBILE RESPONSE

    833-885-2273 Main Phone

    12 & 12

    6333 E Skelly Dr   Tulsa, OK 74135

    Tulsa County

    SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER SERVICES

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    BOYS TOWN NATIONAL HOTLINE

    Confidential Address   Boys Town, NE 68010

    Douglas County

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION: CHILDREN / YOUTH

    Service description:Offers a national 24 hour hotline providing short-term counseling and crisis intervention to children, teens, parents and families experiencing any type of difficulty in their lives. Counselors can offer referrals to local services in the caller’s area.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake or visit website.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:No restrictions.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Nationwide

    Languages:Spanish, access to Language Line.

    Services:Bullying Helplines, Crisis Intervention for Child Abuse Issues, Crisis Intervention for Youth and Suicide Issues, Mental Health Crisis Lines

    Site description:Nonprofit organization providing support to those who are suffering from abuse, addiction, abandonment or violence.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Feb 10, 2021

     

    OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

    2500 N Lincoln Boulevard   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County

    MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES / FACILITIES

    BULLYING HELPLINE

    https://sde.ok.gov/bullying-prevention

    877-723-3225 ext. 651 Service/Intake

    Service description:Provides a reporting system for students and parents to make appropriate officials aware of potential threats to the safety of students and staff. Such threats could include: weapons possession, drug/alcohol use, harassment or intimidation, school vandalism, physical assault, threats of violence, suicide risk, abuse, neglect and other incidents. Provides on-line reporting forms for students, parents and administrators for reporting bullying incidents. TO PROVIDE A TIP REGARDING AN EMERGENCY SITUATION CALL 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY BEFORE CONTACTING THE TIP LINE OR COMPLETING THE TIP FORM.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call For Phone Intake or Access report forms on-line. (877)723-3225 ext.651

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Oklahoma Public School System Students and Activities.

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Bullying Helplines, Talklines/Warmlines

    Site description:Oklahoma State Department of Education provides services to schools, parents and students; leadership for education reform; and regulation/deregulation of state and federal laws.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 18, 24 bus lines. https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Jun 17, 2020

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    BOYS TOWN NATIONAL HOTLINE

    Confidential Address   Boys Town, NE 68010

    Douglas County
    409 miles from you

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION: CHILDREN / YOUTH

    Service description:Offers a national 24 hour hotline providing short-term counseling and crisis intervention to children, teens, parents and families experiencing any type of difficulty in their lives. Counselors can offer referrals to local services in the caller’s area.

    Service hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake or visit website.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:No restrictions.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Nationwide

    Languages:Spanish, access to Language Line.

    Services:Bullying Helplines, Crisis Intervention for Child Abuse Issues, Crisis Intervention for Youth and Suicide Issues, Mental Health Crisis Lines

    Site description:Nonprofit organization providing support to those who are suffering from abuse, addiction, abandonment or violence.

    Site hours:Mon-Sun 24 hours

    Last Updated:Feb 10, 2021

     

    PALOMAR

    1140 N Hudson   Oklahoma City, OK 73103

    Oklahoma County
    3 miles from you(view map for PALOMAR)

    ABUSE / CRISIS INTERVENTION

    CASE MANAGMENT

    405-552-1010 Main Phone

    Service description:Houses numerous organizations that can help a victim of domestic violence. Can walk in during business hours but will need to make an appointment for services.

    “No matter what type of situation you are in, we welcome you at Palomar. When you come to Palomar, you will be surrounded with resources to develop a customized safety plan to best meet your needs. We want to empower you with resources and provide support to help you find your way. We have partner agencies and resources onsite to help you: Develop a personal safety plan; File a Victim Protective Order and understand what to expect in VPO Court; File a Police Report; Get into shelter/emergency housing; Relocate (if necessary and desired); Access civil legal assistance from Legal Aid (VPO, custody, divorce, u-visa etc.); Medical Services; Counseling services; Connect with other survivors in our support groups; Research jobs, print important documents, etc. from our computer lab and more.”

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Everyone who visits Palomar has the option to sit down one-on-one with a Client Navigator who will serve as your guide to connecting you with the help you need from various community agencies. Palomar abides by all confidentiality laws and requirements. You decide how your information is shared.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, child abuse, elder abuse, human trafficking, or any other type of abuse

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma City

    Languages:English and Spanish, Interpreters for all other languages available via the language line

    Services:Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups, Advocacy, Case/Care Management, Crisis Intervention, Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services

    Site description:Houses numerous organizations to provide necessary services and support for victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, bullying, elder abuse and human trafficking. Clients are seen on a walk-in basis.

    Site hours:Mon, Wed, Fri 8am-5pm
    Tue, Thu 8am-7pm

    Travel instructions:numbers 2, 3, 5 and 22 bus lines; OKC Streetcar stop: North Hudson

    Last Updated:Apr 19, 2021

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    AMERICAN LEGION OF OKLAHOMA

    2101 N Lincoln Blvd Suite B-45 Jim Thorpe Building   Oklahoma City, OK 73107

    Oklahoma County
    405-942-1705 Service/Intake

    ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    Service description:Provides advocacy for veterans and veteran issues.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be a veteran.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Advocacy

    Site description:Nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization aiding veterans and their families with any issue involving the Department of Veterans Affairs.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

    Last Updated:Dec 15, 2020

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    METROPOLITAN FAIR HOUSING COUNCIL

    312 NE 28th Street Ste 112   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-232-3247 Main Phone

    ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    FAIR HOUSING COUNSELING

    http://www.metrofairhousing.org/progs-services.html

    405-232-3247 Main Phone

    405-232-5119 Fax

    Service description:Provides help for individuals to determine whether housing discrimination has occurred and helps victims learn their fair housing rights, remedies and options under the Fair Housing Act. Assists with investigation and testing, complaint referrals, mediation services and legal referals.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Documents required:Call for details

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Enligh and Spanish

    Services:Advocacy, Consumer Assistance and Protection, Discrimination Assistance, Landlord/Tenant Assistance

    Site description:Focuses on the creation of racially and economically integrated communities, and the elimination of housing discrimination.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 7, 8, 18 and 23 bus lines.

    Last Updated:Apr 22, 2021

    NAMI

    NAMI OKLAHOMA

    3812 N Santa Fe Avenue Ste 305   Oklahoma City, OK 73118

    Oklahoma County
    5 miles from you(view map for NAMI)

    • 405-408-0886 Main Phone

    MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES / FACILITIES

    MENTAL ILLNESS SUPPORT & INFORMATION

    https://www.namioklahoma.org

    800-583-1264 Main Phone

    405-408-0886 Service/Intake

    (close details on NAMI)

    Service description:Provides mental health advocacy, awareness, education, and support activities for families with adults or children with mental health needs. Support group meeting information is available on website or by calling.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Families or individuals affected by mental illness

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Advocacy, Comprehensive Information and Referral, Mental Health Information/Education, Mental Health Related Support Groups

    Site description:NAMI OK has eight affiliates throughout the state that facilitate support groups, conduct education programs, and send speakers out into the community to increase understanding and bring awareness of mental illness and to share the message that treatment can be effective.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Last Updated:May 13, 2021

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    1104 Riviera Drive   Norman, OK 73071

    Confidential Address   Edmond, OK 73083

    PO Box 2443   Lawton, OK 73502-2443

    708 S Boston Avenue Ste 219   Tulsa, OK 74119

    Confidential Address   Bartlesville, OK 74006

    CATHEDRAL OF HOPE OKC

    3131 N Pennsylvania Avenue   Oklahoma City, OK 73112

    Oklahoma County
    5 miles from you(view map for CATHEDRAL OF HOPE OKC)

    • 405-232-4673 Main Phone

    ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    LGBTQ INCLUSIVE WORSHIP AND ADVOCACY

    405-232-4673 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides outreach and advocacy for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

    Service hours:Call for a full list of calendar events and times.

    Intake procedure:Walk-ins accepted

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma City

    Languages:English only

    Services:Advocacy, Spiritual Enrichment

    Site description:Services are located at Church of the Open Arms

    Site hours:Sun 6pm-7pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 7, 8 and 11 bus routes

    https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Feb 22, 2021

    DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES COUNCIL OF OKLAHOMA

    2401 NW 23rd Street Ste 74 Shepherd Center   Oklahoma City, OK 73107

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-521-4964 Main Phone

    ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    PARTNERS IN POLICYMAKING

    405-215-1618 Alternate Main Phone

    [email protected]

    405-521-4984 Main Phone

    405-521-4910 Fax

    (close details on DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES COUNCIL OF OKLAHOMA)

    Service description:Offers a nine-month course on disability advocacy training for parents of people with a disability, people with disabilities and professionals in related fields.taught on Saturdays and Sundays between October and May (one weekend per month). Please see more information and testimonials on our website: www.okddc.ok.gov

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm (except state holidays)

    Intake procedure:Partners in Policymaking requires a completed application and phone interview. More information, including the application and its timelines, may be found on our website: www.okddc.ok.gov

    Fees:There are no fees associated with this program, and some travel, hotel, meal, and child care costs may be provided or reimbursed to qualified applicants. This will be discussed upon an accepted application to the program.

    Eligibility:Oklahoma residents who are people with disabilities, immediate family members of people with disabilities, or professionals in a related field are welcome to apply.

    Documents required:Application, and some personal financial information, should cost reimbursements be requested.

    Area served:Statewide participation

    Languages:English only. Some materials available in Spanish. Sign-language interpretation available upon request.

    Services:Advocacy, Advocacy for Developmental Disabilities, Public Awareness/Education, Specialized Information and Referral for Developmental Disabilities

    Site description:Office located inside Shepherd Mall, suite 74.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 7, 8, 23 bus lines. https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Jan 08, 2021

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    OMBUDSMAN

    50 Northeast 23rd Street   Oklahoma City, OK 73105

    Oklahoma County
    6 miles from you(view map for OMBUDSMAN)

    • 405-521-6734 Main Phone

    ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    ADVOCACY

    405-521-6734 Main Phone

    Service description:Investigates complaints of abuse, neglect and exploitation in nursing homes.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Call for information.

    Fees:No charge

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:Information provided by agency.

    Area served:State of Oklahoma

    Languages:English only

    Services:Adult Protective Services, Advocacy, Long Term Care Ombudsman Programs

    Travel instructions:number 18, 23,23N, 24 bus lines (BM)

    Last Updated:Sep 23, 2020

    OKLAHOMA DISABILITY LAW CENTER

    OKLAHOMA DISABILITY LAW CENTER – OKLAHOMA CITY

    5600 N May Ave Ste 260   Oklahoma City, OK 73112

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-525-7755 Service/Intake
    • 800-880-7755 Alternate Service/Intake

    ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    Service description:Offers legal and advocacy services for people with disabilities. Services include legal advice and counseling, referrals, representation in administrative appeals, impartial due process hearings, court actions and community advocacy and education. Major types of cases handled include protection from abuse and neglect, special education, assistive technology issues, discrimination complaints, and voting rights.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm.

    Intake procedure:Call about service availability.

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:Must be an individual with a disability who meets the federally mandated requirements and who falls within ODLC priorities.

    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:Translation services not available.

    Services:Advocacy, Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Disabilities

    Site description:Nonprofit organization providing legal and advocacy services for people with disabilities.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm

    Last Updated:Mar 16, 2021

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    5555 E 71st St Ste 9000   Tulsa, OK 74136

    MARCH OF DIMES

    5100 N Brookline Ste 850   Oklahoma City, OK 73112

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-415-1264 Service/Intake

    ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    COMMUNITY OUTREACH

    http://www.marchofdimes.com/oklahoma

    Service description:Provides volunteer opportunities, advocacy and research to promote healthy childbirth and childcare.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm

    Intake procedure:Call for seasonal and calander events

    Fees:None.

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:None.

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Advocacy, Volunteer Opportunities

    Site description:Operates the Oklahoma Chapter for March of Dimes volunteer and advocacy programs.

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm

    Travel instructions:Number 7 bus line. https://embarkok.com/

    Last Updated:Jan 27, 2021

    OFFICE OF DISABILITY CONCERNS

    11212 N Mat Avenue Suite 103A   Oklahoma City, OK 73120

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-521-3756 Main Phone

    ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    ADVOCACY

    405-521-3756 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides information and technical assistance for state and federal laws that effect individuals with disabilities. Partners with agencies to promote employment and retention of services. Identifies resources available to individuals with disabilities.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:Call for details

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English only. Translation services available.

    Services:Advocacy, Advocacy for Developmental Disabilities, Advocacy for Physical Disabilities

    Site description:Provides advocacy and resources for persons with disability

    Site hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Travel instructions:numbers 5,7,8,10,38 bus lines (BM)

    Last Updated:Jul 07, 2020

     

    PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENCE

    121 N Porter Avenue   Norman, OK 73071

    Cleveland County

    • 405-321-3203 Main Phone

    ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY ADVOCACY GROUP

    405-321-3203 Main Phone

    800-801-3203 Toll-Free

    405-321-7601 Fax

    Service description:Provides information and support to people with disabilities, schools and businesses concerning legal and civil rights such as those stipulated in the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Individuals with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act.

    Service hours:call about service availability

    Intake procedure:call about service availability. there is a sign in sheet at the location.

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Cleveland, Oklahoma, Canadian, McClain, and Pottowattomie Counties

    Languages:call ahead for other language options

    Services:Advocacy

    Site description:Provides information and referral, individual and systems advocacy, peer counseling, skills training classes, and nursing home transition for people with disabilities

    Site hours:Due to covid-19 office hours vary. Call ahead to verify availability.

    Last Updated:Nov 18, 2020

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    NAMI

    NAMI – EDMOND

    Confidential Address   Edmond, OK 73083

    Oklahoma County

    • 405-408-0886 Main Phone

    MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES / FACILITIES

    MENTAL ILLNESS SUPPORT & INFORMATION

    http://www.namiedmond.org/

    405-408-0886 Main Phone

    Service description:Provides mental health advocacy, awareness, education, and support activities for families with adults or children with mental health needs. Support group meeting information is available on website or by calling.

    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Families or individuals affected by mental illness

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Advocacy, Comprehensive Information and Referral, Mental Health Information/Education, Mental Health Related Support Groups

    Site description:Provides support and information for individuals and families affected by mental illness

    Site hours:Hours vary, call for details.

    Last Updated:May 13, 2021

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    Documents required:Information not provided by agency.

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    1016 SW 44th Street Ste 500   Oklahoma City, OK 73109

    Oklahoma County

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    Service description:Provides emergency services on-site and in the community. Assessments are conducted 24 hours a day, seven days a week for children, adolescents and adults experiencing a psychiatric or substance abuse emergency.

    Service hours:24 Hours

    Intake procedure:Call for phone intake

    Fees:Private pay, Medicaid, and Sliding scale for non insured.

    Eligibility:No restrictions

    Documents required:Must provide Social Security Card, Insurance Card, Proof of ID

    Area served:Oklahoma City and surrounding areas

    Languages:English and Spanish

    Services:Comprehensive Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Crisis Intervention, Mental Health Evaluation

    Site description:Provides behavioral counseling services on-site or out in the community to help those dealing with substance abuse or mental health issues.

    Site hours:Mon-Thu 8:30am – 5pm , Fri 8:30am – 3pm

    Travel instructions:Numbers 2, 13, 16 bus lines. https://embarkok.com/

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    Oklahoma County

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    405-552-1010 Main Phone

    Service description:Houses numerous organizations that can help a victim of domestic violence. Can walk in during business hours but will need to make an appointment for services.

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    Service hours:Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

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    Fees:None

    Eligibility:Experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, child abuse, elder abuse, human trafficking, or any other type of abuse

    Documents required:None

    Area served:Oklahoma City

    Languages:English and Spanish, Interpreters for all other languages available via the language line

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    Oklahoma County

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    Service description:Connects children, youth, and young adults with the services they need to help them stay in their homes and communities. Line is intended for anyone under the age of 24 who is experiencing an emotional or behavioral crisis. Clients will be connected to a network of local mental health service providers.

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    Documents required:None

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    Languages:English and Spanish

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    Service hours:Mon, Wed 8am-5pm; Tue, Thu 8am-7pm; Fri, Sat 8am-3pm (Sat by appt only)

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    Documents required:Call for more information

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    Languages:English and Spanish

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