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Chapter 4: Financial Assistance

Section 3: Financial and Emergency Assistance – Central Oklahoma

 

Listing by city.

 

Sooner SUCCESS - Canadian County


       

405-373-4679 Voice
405-517-5246 Mobile

june-teters@ouhsc.edu
devbehavpeds.ouhsc.edu/ssindex.asp

Sooner SUCCESS serves families of children and youth, birth to 21 years of age, with one or more of the following: developmental delay or disability, chronic health care needs, abuse/neglect issues and mental health needs.

They offer support for families who need a break and would like information on whom to call. They help organizing your childís medical, educational and other information. They know what resources are available in your area and help you network with other parents and learn about childrenís services and issues. They help find needed services or equipment when you donít know what to do. They also provide more information on a specific disability or condition.

Sooner SUCCESS - Kingfisher County


       

405-375-6348 Voice
405-368-7348 Mobile

lisa-copeland@ouhsc.edu
devbehavpeds.ouhsc.edu/ssindex.asp

Sooner SUCCESS serves families of children and youth, birth to 21 years of age, with one or more of the following: developmental delay or disability, chronic health care needs, abuse/neglect issues and mental health needs.

They offer support for families who need a break and would like information on whom to call. They help organizing your childís medical, educational and other information. They know what resources are available in your area and help you network with other parents and learn about childrenís services and issues. They help find needed services or equipment when you donít know what to do. They also provide more information on a specific disability or condition.

Check out the Kingfisher County Blog at http://soonersuccessofkingfishercounty.blogspot.com/.

Sooner SUCCESS - Logan County


       

405-282-5074 Voice
405-664-8739 Mobile

kara-walters@ouhsc.edu
devbehavpeds.ouhsc.edu/ssindex.asp

Sooner SUCCESS serves families of children and youth, birth to 21 years of age, with one or more of the following: developmental delay or disability, chronic health care needs, abuse/neglect issues and mental health needs.

They offer support for families who need a break and would like information on whom to call. They help organizing your childís medical, educational and other information. They know what resources are available in your area and help you network with other parents and learn about childrenís services and issues. They help find needed services or equipment when you donít know what to do. They also provide more information on a specific disability or condition.

Variety Care


       

405-632-6688 Voice

 
www.varietycare.org

1025 Straka Terrace, OKC 73139
4023 NW 10th St, OKC 73107
500 SW 44th ST OKC, 73109
3851 Tinker Diagonal, Del City 73115
5622 N. Portland Ste 200, OKC 73112
7710 NW 10th St, OKC 73127
211 E. Baseline Rd, Tipton OK 73570
307 W Main, Fort Cobb OK 73038
203 W. 2nd St, Grandfield OK 73546

Nonprofit health center that accepts Medicare, Medicaid and other insurances. Offers services on sliding fee scale based on household income. Provides medical, dental, behavioral health, optometry, WIC, and many other community services.

Their specific locations with dental are:
1025 Straka Terr. Oklahoma City, OK 73139
4023 NW 10th St, OKC 73107
500 SW 44th ST, OKC 73109* Pediatrics only
307 W Main, Fort Cobb OK 73038

Their location with optometry services is: 1025 Straka Terrace OKC 73139

Salvation Army - Ada Corps

115 N. Oak St.
Ada,   OK   74820

580-332-1377 Voice

 
217.196.234.204/uss/www_uss_aokdiv.nsf

The Salvation Army offers a wide variety of assistance to help people through tough times. From shelters to groceries to utility assistances, the Salvation Army offers relief and aid.

Salvation Army - Ardmore Corps

123 A Street SW
Ardmore,   OK   73401

580-223-6176 Voice

 
217.196.234.204/uss/www_uss_aokdiv.nsf

The Salvation Army offers a wide variety of assistance to help people through tough times. From shelters to groceries to utility assistances, the Salvation Army offers relief and aid.

In His Name Ministries, Inc.

P.O. Box 1208
Bethany,  OK   73008-1208

405-227-5117 Voice
405-773-0777 Financial Aide

ihnm@cox.net
www.inhisname.org

Emergency financial help as funds are available. This is a Christian oriented assistance program that serves Central Oklahoma.

Rylyn Meacham Center

7132 NW 23rd Street
Bethany,   OK   73108

405-603-5974 Voice
405-603-5986 Fax

RMC@coxinet.net
 

Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday 4:30pm- 6:00pm, basic OT & PT, high ratio of neuro and stroke patients. Tip: Patient or caregiver must speak with Program Coordinator or Volunteer before new patient can attend. Requires a physicianís prescription for patient to be evaluated.

Chandler Ministerial Alliance

First Christian Church
614 Manvel Ave.
Chandler,   OK   74834-2841

405-258-0483 Voice

 
 

Provides food, utility expenses, transient assistance and Other emergency help.

Salvation Army - Chickasha Corps

227 N. Fourth
Chickasha,  OK  73018

405-224-5647 Voice

 
217.196.234.204/uss/www_uss_aokdiv.nsf

The Salvation Army offers a wide variety of assistance to help people through tough times. From shelters to groceries to utility assistances, the Salvation Army offers relief and aid.

Hope Center Health Clinic

1251 N. Broadway
Edmond,   OK   73034

405-348-4680 Voice
405-348-9205 Fax

 
www.hopecenterofedmond.com/clinic

Low income clinic providing primary health care and general care for persons without health benefits also includes pediatric services, pre-natal care and immunizations.

Hope Center of Edmond

1251 N. Broadway
Edmond,   OK  73034

405-348-1340 Voice
405-348-6742 Fax
405-348-1340 Hotline

HOPECenterofEdmond@gmail.com
www.hopecenterofedmond.com/

The Center provides food, clothing, and limited financial assistance for basic needs and referrals to other helpful agencies.

Ministries of Jesus

1100 E. I-35 Frontage Rd.
Edmond,   OK   73034

405-340-7400

 
 

Schedule: Monday-Thursday, 9:00am- 4:00pm. Friday, 9:00am-12:00noon. By appointment only. Tip: General care and eye exams. Counseling.

Action, Inc., Guthrie

219 S Broad St,
Guthrie,   OK  73044

405-282-4332 Voice
405-282-2469 Fax

 
 

Services are for the elderly, people with disabilities and families with children that include food pantry, clothing, utility, rent assistance, home weatherizing, fan loan in summer and prescriptions when funds allow.

American Red Cross - Logan County Chapter

219 S. Second St.
Guthrie,  OK  73044

405-282-1194 Voice
405-282-8057 Fax

pwilliams@arcok.org
 

Counties Served: Logan. Working together in the communities to prevent, prepare and respond in emergencies.

Delta Community Action Foundation, Inc.

308 S.W. 2nd
Lindsay,   OK   73052

405-756-1100 Voice
405-756-1104 Fax

 
 

This foundation serves Garvin County, McClain County and Stephens County. Programs include:

Ministerial Alliance of Meeker

P.O. Box 277
Meeker,   OK   74855-0277

405-279-3884 Voice

 
 

Provides food, utility assistance and Other emergency help in the Meeker area.

Mid-Del Food Pantry

P.O. Box 30532
322 N. Midwest Blvd.
Midwest City,   OK   73110

405-732-3603 Voice

 
 

Provides emergency food and assistance.

Midwest City Grants Management Division

100 N. Midwest Blvd.
Midwest City,   OK   73110

405-739-1216 Voice
405-739-1399 Fax
405-739-1286 TTY

 
www.midwestcityok.org/grants.htm

Provides home repair assistance programs that serves low to moderate income homeowners in Midwest City by helping with no-interest loans, emergency repairs, and senior programs 62 plus. Operation Paintbrush, provides paint, materials, and some equipment, while homeowner supplies the labor.

Mission Mid-Del

5751 E. Reno
Midwest City,   OK   73110

405-737-2010 Voice

 
 

Services are for needy families in the Mid-Del area that includes food, clothing and limited household goods available.

American Red Cross - Heart Of Oklahoma Chapter

1205 Halley Ave.
Norman,  OK  73069

405-321-0591 Voice
405-364-7640 Fax

cadcox@arcok.org
 

Counties Served: Cleveland, Garvin, McClain. Working together in the communities to prevent, prepare and respond in emergencies.

Habitat for Humanity - Cleveland Co.

P.O. Box 1005
Norman,  OK  73070-1005

405-360-7868 Voice
405-360-8156 Fax

 
www.ccokhfh.org

Through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, Habitat builds and rehabilitates simple, decent houses with the help of the homeowner (partner) families. Habitat houses are sold to partner families at no profit and financed with affordable loans. The homeowners' monthly mortgage payments are used to build still more Habitat houses.

Habitat is not a giveaway program. In addition to a down payment and the monthly mortgage payments, homeowners invest hundreds of hours of their own labor - sweat equity - into building their Habitat house and the houses of others.

Health for Friends

317 E. Himes St.
Norman,   OK   73069

405-329-4161 Voice
405-329-5711 Fax

 
 

Services for adults include clinics, dental care, pharmacy, labs, eye exams and other low cost health care for the uninsured Norman area residents.

Salvation Army - Norman Corps

318 E. Hayes
Norman,   OK   73069

405-364-9910 Voice

 
217.196.234.204/uss/www_uss_aokdiv.nsf

The Salvation Army offers a wide variety of assistance to help people through tough times. From shelters to groceries to utility assistances, the Salvation Army offers relief and aid.

Ability Connection Oklahoma (United Cerebral Palsy - OKC)

10400 Greenbriar Pl., Ste. 101
Oklahoma City,  OK  73159

800-827-2289 Toll Free
405-759-3562 Voice

okc@ucpok.org
www.ucpok.org

Local resources available.Based on financial need, UCP provides help for purchase of adaptive devices and medical equipment including wheelchairs and mobility aids, adapted toys, computer related assistive technology, environmental controls and other items. Training, information and help locating other funding sources may also be provided.

Adventist Community Services

4735 N.W. 63rd St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73132

405-721-6110 Voice
405-721-7594 Fax

 
www.oklahomasda.org

Provides assistance for needy individuals and families that includes clothing, food, bedding and other items.

American Cancer Society- Oklahoma City Office

6525 N Meridian, Ste. 110
Oklahoma City,  OK  73116

800-ACS-2345 Toll Free
405-843-9888 Voice
405-848-0795 Fax

 
 

Services: transportation to and from cancer treatment.

American Red Cross of Central & Western Oklahoma

601 N.E. 6th St.
Oklahoma City,  OK  73104-6209

405-228-9500 Voice
405-228-3954 Fax

vhernandez@arcok.org
www.okc.redcross.org/

Counties Served: Kingfisher, Lincoln, Oklahoma. Working together in the communities to prevent, prepare and respond in emergencies.

Associated Catholic Charities

1501 N. Classen Blvd
Oklahoma City,   OK   73106-6699

800-375-8514 Toll Free
405-523-3000 Voice
405-523-3030 Fax

cathchar@catholiccharitiesok.org
catholiccharitiesok.org

All programs are available to women, children, families and the elderly regardless of race, creed, religion, ability to pay or other qualifications. Services include counseling, disaster relief, Family HOPE (Help, Organize, Prioritize, Empower), family support services, Holy Family Maternity Home, immigration assistance, parish outreach and program development, refugee resettlement, social action, Vietnamese Ministry, and Villa Isenbart and Trinity Gardens (affordable housing for the elderly).

Baptist Community Clinic

1201 NW 10th St.
Oklahoma City,  OK   

405-951-2277 V

 
 

Schedule: 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Mondays, 3pm Tip: Oklahoma County residents only. Pap smears & mammograms, every 3rd Monday.

Baptist Mission Center

2125 Exchange Ave.
Oklahoma City,  OK   

405-235-6162

 
 

Schedule: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 6:00pm. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 9:00am- 2:00pm. Tip: Primary care, food & clothing. Pharmacy will fill outside prescriptions when possible and share extra meds with other clinics. Eyeglasses for children 2nd and 4th Monday for $25.00, call Shirley for appointment.

CarePoint Inc. of Oklahoma City

A Consortium of AIDS Resources and Education
1200 N. Walker, Ste. 500
Oklahoma City,  OK  73103

800-285-2273 Toll Free
405-232-2437 Voice
405-232-2447 Fax

 
 

Information on HIV/AIDS. Case management, housing and utility assistance, nutritionist, mental health services, dental and eye care services, HIV employment program. Serves 405 and 580 area codes of the state.

Specializing in employment and retention services for individuals with HIV and AIDS.

Christian Service Center

115 S.W. 24th St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73109-6015

405-236-5956 Voice
405-236-3544 Fax

okccsc@gmail.com
www.christianservicecenter.net/

Services include providing clothing for needy family, food for DHS referrals and limited furniture and household goods.

City Care

2400 General Pershing Blvd.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73107

405-609-2400 Voice
405-609-2424 Fax

 
citycareinc.org/

Services include food baskets, please call for distribution address. Distribution is Friday mornings at 8:45 a.m.

City Rescue Mission, Inc.

800 W. California Ave.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73106

405-232-2709 Voice
405-236-0341 Fax

 
www.cityrescue.org

Provides food and shelter for homeless and needy individuals and families.

Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma / Canadian Counties, Inc.

319 S.W. 25th St.
Oklahoma City,  OK   73109

405-232-0199 Voice
405-232-9074 Fax

execdir@caaofokc.org
www.caaofokc.org

Services include home repair and weatherizing, rehabilitation, home buyer assistance and social and community services.

Community Lighthouse Church of the Pentecostal Ministries

4004 Jones Blvd.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73135-2529

405-677-9432 Voice
405-751-6391 Fax

communitylighthouse@coxinet.net
communitylighthousepmi.org/

They provide a food pantry for needy families and home delivered meals.

Cross and Crown Clinic

1008 N. McKinley
Oklahoma City,   OK   73106

405-232-7696

 
 

Schedule: Tuesday 11:00am-1:00pm Tip: Primary care, very limited orthopedics.

Crossings Community Clinic

2208 W. Hefner Rd. Suite B
Oklahoma City,  OK   73120

405-749-0800 Voice

 
 

Schedule: Monday-Friday, hours vary. By appointment open. Tip: Basic medical assessment & care. Medications. Counseling for depression specifically. Well woman exams. Family practice. Gynecology, ophthalmology, cardiology, internal medicine, podiatry, and behavioral health.

Downtown Baptist Church

1139 SW 17th St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73108

405-232-6977 Voice

 
 

Provides a food pantry, and hot meals on site and a clothing closet.

Easter Seals of Oklahoma

701 N.E. 13th St.
Oklahoma City,  OK  73104

405-239-2525 Voice
405 239-2278 Fax

esok1@coxinet.net
ok.easterseals.com

Purchase of adaptive devices and medical equipment for children ages 0-21. Aid based on economic need. Other services include an infant development clinic; medical assistance; speech, language and physical therapy; ADD intervention; reading tutoring; and vision and hearing screening. Operates an Adult Day Services Center.

Epilepsy Association of the Sooner State

711 Stanton L. Young Blvd., Ste. 550
Oklahoma City,  OK  73104-5022

800-503-9864 Toll Free
405-271-3232 Voice
405-271-3366 Fax

epilepsy-ok@prodigy.net
specialhelponline.net/epilepsy-association-of-the-sooner-state/

The Epilepsy Association of Oklahoma provides knowledge and information about the causes and treatments of epilepsy and the many different types of seizures; and provides information and guidance to those with epilepsy, their families and friends.

Emergency help with prescription seizure medicine.

Family Worship Center City Ministry

1701 N.W. 9th St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73106-2417

405-239-2413 Voice / Fax

 
 

Services are for low income and homeless persons that include groceries, hot meals and clothing.

Good Samaritan Health Clinic of Edmond

Mercy Edmond Memorial
1919 E. Memorial Road at Eastern

Oklahoma City,  OK   73131

405-513-4357 Voice

admin@goodsamaritanofedmond.com
goodsamaritanofedmond.com

Schedule: By appointment only. Form available online. Saturday 9:00am-noon. Tip: Children and adults with general medical problems. Business Office: 9 NW 160th Street Edmond, OK 73013-2041 Fax: 405-708-5277

Good Shepherd Ministries of OKC

1201 N. Robinson
Oklahoma City,   OK   73103

405-232-8631 Voice
405-272-2939 Fax

 
www.goodshepherdokc.org

Services for low income and homeless individuals that include clothing, food (by referral only), medical and dental (clinic provides X-rays and extractions only). Food Pantry Monday 4:30 - 7:00pm Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 - 11:30am Clothing Ministry Monday 4:30 - 7:00pm Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 - 11:30am Clinic Medical Clinic - Monday and Tuesday 5:30pm Adult Dental Clinic - Monday 4:45pm (dental clinics are not open during the summer) Children's Dental Clinic - every other Tuesday (dental clinics are not open during the summer) You must call for an appointment the morning of the clinic, beginning at 9:00am. You will not be seen at clinic without an appointment. Call 232-8631

Grace Rescue Mission

2205 Exchange Ave.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73108-2656

405-232-5756 Voice

 
 

Provides emergency shelter for homeless men and families.

Guild of St. George

127 N.W. 7th St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73102-6090

405-235-3436 Voice
405-235-5253 Fax

spcoffice@stpaulsokc.org
stpaulsokc.org/guild-of-st-george

This Episcopal outreach is a joint project of Episcopal churches in the metropolitan area. The Guild provides food, help with utility bills, bus tokens, and deposits for public housing and assists with medical prescriptions, Oklahoma identification cards and birth certificates.

Habitat for Humanity - Central Oklahoma

5005 S. I-35 Service Road
Oklahoma City,  OK  73129

405-232-4828 Voice
405-232-4868 Fax

 
www.cohfh.org

Through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, Habitat builds and rehabilitates simple, decent houses with the help of the homeowner (partner) families. Habitat houses are sold to partner families at no profit and financed with affordable loans. The homeowners' monthly mortgage payments are used to build still more Habitat houses.

Habitat is not a giveaway program. In addition to a down payment and the monthly mortgage payments, homeowners invest hundreds of hours of their own labor - sweat equity - into building their Habitat house and the houses of others.

Jesus House

1335 W. Sheridan Avenue
P. O. Box 60369
Oklahoma City,   OK   73146

405-232-7164 Voice
405-232-1369 Fax

tammy.matthews@jesushouseokc.org
jesushouseokc.org/

This is a homeless shelter that provides emergency assistance for food, utilities, clothing, furniture, appliances and travel, as funds permit.

King’s Klinic

921 W. Britton Road
Oklahoma City,   OK   73114

405.848.4005 Voice

info@kingsklinic.com
www.kingsklinic.com/

Free Clinic for needy mothers and their children. Open 1-4 p.m. on Mondays and 4:30-6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays.

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Oklahoma Chapter

500 N. Broadway, Ste. 250
Oklahoma City,   OK   73102

888-828-4572 Toll Free
405-943-8888 Voice
405-945-8355 Fax

 
www.lls.org/aboutlls/chapters/ok/

Patient aid, information and advocacy and support groups for persons with leukemia or a related disease.

Little Flower Clinic

1125 S. Walker Ave
Oklahoma City,   OK   73109

405-235-7055 Voice

 
 

Schedule: Tuesday and Wednesday, 5:00pm- 7:00pm. Tip: General illness and chronic conditions.

Make-A-Wish Foundation of Oklahoma

5201 N. Shartel Avenue
Oklahoma City,  OK   73118

888-901-9474 Toll Free
405-286-4000 Voice
405-418-4107 Fax

vbeshoner@oklahoma.wish.org
www.oklahoma.wish.org

Funds gifts to children with life threatening medical problems. "Wishes" can be for travel, gifts, occupational or celebrity categories.

Master’s Pharmacy & Clinic – Britton Baptist

1141 W. Britton Rd.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73114

405-842-3511 Voice

 
 

Schedule: 1st and 3rd Monday & Tuesday, 6:30pm-8:30pm. Tip: General illness and chronic conditions. Licensed charitable pharmacy fills outside prescriptions when possible.

Mid-Del Community Health Clinic

4748 S. Bryant Ave
Oklahoma City,   OK   73135

405-672-0488

 
 

Schedule: Thursday 6:00pm-9:00pm. Call Thursday after 9:00am for appointment. Tip: Primary care, pharmacy.

Mt. Carmel Baptist Church

3721 Staton Drive
Oklahoma City,   OK   73111

405-424-5531 Voice

 
 

Services include food baskets and clothing for the needy.

Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) - Oklahoma City

5601 N.W. 72nd St., Ste. 124
Oklahoma City,  OK  73132

405-722-8001 Voice
405-722-1602 Fax

oklahomacityadistrict@mdausa.org
www.mda.org

Serves individuals with any of 40 neuromuscular diseases. Financial assistance may be provided for wheelchairs, braces and other mobility aids when other payment sources are not available. Loan and repair of equipment may be provided. MDA also provides diagnostic and other medical services through its network of clinics. Summer camps held.

National Kidney Foundation of Oklahoma, Inc.

10600 S Pennsylvania Ave Ste 16-144
Oklahoma City,  OK   73170-4256

800-622-9010 Toll Free

nkfok@kidney.org
www.kidneyok.org

For kidney patients in Oklahoma emergency financial assistance, drug discount program, and administers the Oklahoma Kidney Health Revolving Fund, which assists persons with end stage renal disease (dialysis and transplant patients).

Neighbor for Neighbor

300 S.W. 13th St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73109-5600

405-236-0473 Voice

 
www.n4nokc.com

For needy families/individuals in crisis, this program provides emergency food, utility assistance, prescriptions, transportation and other services.

Neighborhood Housing Services Of Oklahoma City

1320 Classen Drive, Ste. 200
Oklahoma City,   OK   73103

405-231-4663 Voice

rolandc@nhsokc.org
www.nhsokc.org

For low to moderate income families, this program assists with loans for home purchase, home repair loans, down payment and closing cost loans, home buyer education classes and financial counseling.

Neighborhood Services Organization, Inc.

8101 S. Walker Ave., Suite C
Oklahoma City,   OK   73139

405-236-0452 Administration
405-236-0413 Voice 405-236-1871 Fax

tlong@nsookc.org
www.nsookc.org/

Provides housing assistance that includes a month's rent for families moving from homelessness, help for the mentally ill homeless and Other social, medical, and educational services.

Other Options, Inc.

3005 N. May Ave.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73107

405-605-8020 Voice
405-948-6531 Fax

 
aidscommunity.org/otheroptions/

Services include food pantry, counseling and support and information for persons with AIDS and their families.

Presbyterian Urban Missions

3737 N. Portland Ave.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73112

405-946-1556 Voice

 
 

Services provide for needy families that include food, clothing, household items, other emergency aid and financial help may cover prescriptions, utilities, or transportation. Referral preferred.

Rebuilding Together OKC

730 W. Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 108
Oklahoma City,   OK   73116

405-607-0464 Voice
405-607-0362 Fax

rebuildingtogether@coxinet.net
www.rebuildingtogetherokc.org

Rebuilding Together rebuilds lives and neighborhoods by making homes safe, secure and weatherproof for low-income senior citizens in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Through their Year-Round Emergency Repair / Home Modification Program and the annual "April Work Day" Program, Rebuilding Together OKC provides free home repairs, emergency home repairs and home modifications that foster safer mobility and independence, changing the lives of elderly neighbors.

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma

3355 S. Purdue
P.O. Box 270968
Oklahoma City,   OK   73137-0968

405-972-1111 Voice
405-688-6447 Fax

info@regionalfoodbank.org
www.regionalfoodbank.org

Food clearinghouse distributes food to nonprofit organizations and churches offering food assistance.

ROC Medical Center

7710 NW 10th St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73127-4413

405-632-6688 Voice
405-602-5621 Fax

 
 

Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8:00am-12:00noon. 2nd, 3rd, &4th Tuesdays, 6:00pm-9:00pm. 2nd Monday, 6pm-9pm. Tip: By appointment only. Zip code & income restrictions. Primary health care. Take Charge Program/ womenís cancer screening. Physical therapy, limited (consultation and short term for ROC patients only).

Salvation Army - Area Command

Metropolitan Area Command
311 SW 5th St.
Oklahoma City,  OK  73101

405-246-1100 Voice
405-246-1109 Information

jeanean_castle@uss.Salvationarmy.org
salvationarmyokcac.org/

The Salvation Army offers a wide variety of assistance to help people through tough times. From shelters to groceries to utility assistances, the Salvation Army offers relief and aid.

Skyline Urban Ministry

500 S.E. 15th St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73129-4302

405-632-2644 Voice
405-632-7211 Fax

 
www.skylineurbanministry.org

This program provides emergency food, clothing, personal hygiene kits, eye exams by appointment, and other seasonal services.

St. Charles Clinic

4915 N. State St.
Oklahoma City,  OK   73122

405-495-4667

 
 

Schedule: Monday, 4:30pm. Tuesday, 4:30pm diabetic patients by appointment only. Tip: General illness and chronic conditions. Diabetic clinic.

Suited For Success

4149 Highline Boulevard, Suite 370
Oklahoma City,  OK   73108

405-521-1089 Voice
405-948-0272 Fax

 
www.suitedforsuccess.com

Suited For Success provides professional clothing and career development services to low-income women who have completed a job training or job readiness program and are actively seeking employment. Their services empower their clients to successfully obtain and maintain employment thus ensuring their economic independence. Services are available to clients at no charge.

University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry

1201 N. Stonewall
Oklahoma City,   OK   73117

405-271-6326 Voice
405-271-3423 Fax

 
dentistry.ouhsc.edu

The College of Dentistry provides comprehensive dental care, which includes cleanings, fillings, root canals, crowns (caps), bridges, partials, dentures, and implants services provided at reduced fees.

Upward Transitions

1134 W. Main Street
Oklahoma City,   OK  73102

405-232-5507 Voice
405-232-6561 Fax

info@upwardtransitions.org
www.upwardtransitions.org/

Social services, counseling, financial help for persons who are in transit, stranded in the area or homeless. They also provide case management for families helping them to leave shelters.

Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City

3900 N. Martin Luther King Ave.
Oklahoma City,  OK   73111

405-424-5243 Voice
405-424-3382 Fax

 
www.urbanleagueok.org

Provides social and community services, food bank, affordable housing, employment services, minority business development and more.

American Red Cross - Mid-Central Oklahoma

1025 N. Kickapoo
Shawnee,  OK  74801

405-273-8800 Voice
405-273-8806 Fax

 
 

Counties Served: Pottawatomie, Seminole. Working together in the communities to prevent, prepare and respond in emergencies.

Habitat for Humanity - Shawnee

c/o University Baptist Church
2515 N. Kickapoo Ave.
Shawnee,  OK  74804-2548

405-214-0434 Voice
405-275-1995 Fax

office@shawneehabitat.org
www.shawneehabitat.org/thanks.htm

Through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, Habitat builds and rehabilitates simple, decent houses with the help of the homeowner (partner) families. Habitat houses are sold to partner families at no profit and financed with affordable loans. The homeowners' monthly mortgage payments are used to build still more Habitat houses.

Habitat is not a giveaway program. In addition to a down payment and the monthly mortgage payments, homeowners invest hundreds of hours of their own labor - sweat equity - into building their Habitat house and the houses of others.

American Red Cross - North Central Oklahoma Chapter

114 W. 8th St.
Stillwater, OK 74074
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1965
Stillwater,  OK  74076

405-372-1833 Voice
405-377-5849 Fax

vhenington@arcok.org
 

Counties Served: Southeastern Noble, Payne. Working together in the communities to prevent, prepare and respond in emergencies.

Habitat for Humanity - Stillwater

P.O. Box 912
Stillwater,  OK  74076-0912

405-377-0403 Voice
405-744-5576 Fax

 
www.stillwaterhabitat.org

Through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, Habitat builds and rehabilitates simple, decent houses with the help of the homeowner (partner) families. Habitat houses are sold to partner families at no profit and financed with affordable loans. The homeowners' monthly mortgage payments are used to build still more Habitat houses.

Habitat is not a giveaway program. In addition to a down payment and the monthly mortgage payments, homeowners invest hundreds of hours of their own labor - sweat equity - into building their Habitat house and the houses of others.

Stillwater Community Health Clinic

1321 W. 7th Ave.
Stillwater,   OK   74074

405-743-3171 Voice

 
 

Medical care for low income people. Most services are provided free of charge or by donations based on the customer's ability to pay.

Oklahoma Caring Van Program

P.O. Box 3283
Tulsa,   OK   74102-3283

918-551-3414 Tulsa - Voice
405-316-7250 Oklahoma City - Voice

 
www.bcbsok.com/caringvan_schedule.html

The Oklahoma Caring Vans are mobile units that provide free immunizations to children at licensed child care homes, centers, schools and community events. A registered nurse from the City-County Health Department administers the immunizations.

Patient information is entered into OSIIS (Oklahoma State Immunization Information System) so that childrenís immunization records will be portable. The Oklahoma Caring Van program has offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, offering clinics in communities statewide.

Oklahoma Rural Elderly Coalition Program

214 E. Main
Wilburton,   OK   74578

800-992-6708 Toll Free
918-465-3088 Voice

 
 

The Oklahoma Rural Elderly Coalition (OREC) is a 501(c)3 organization that provides Transportation, Outreach, Assisted Transportation, Home Repair, Access Assistance for Caregivers, Medication Management and Health Promotion. Staff are trained to counsel seniors on Medicare and Medicaid issues through the Senior Health Insurance Counseling Program (SHICP).

Listing of Outreach Workers:

Bobbie Akins, Choctaw Co. (580) 326-3175
Betty Gregg, Antlers (580) 298-2683
Linda Harold, Panama (918) 963-2255
Bernnie McDaniel, Clayton (918) 567-7504
Diannia Laster, Wright City (580) 981-2724
Doc Lightfoot, Rattan (580) 587-2589
Kathleen McClary, Keota (918) 966-3645
Art Cooley, Wilburton (918) 465-4254
Melvin Palmer, Idabel (580) 612-4458
Gloria Sirmans, Pittsburg Co. (918) 297-3433
Mary Trolinger, Crowder (918) 334-3561
Alla Faye Webb, Watson (580) 244-7307
Pamela Whitman, Wister (918) 655-3120
Judith Kull, Talihina (918) 567-3541
Rebecca Going, Broken Bow (580) 584-2690
Robbie Steele, Spiro (918) 962-5423

Compassionate Hands

119 S. 6th St.
Yukon,   OK   73099-2502

405-354-9591 Voice

 
 

Emergency food, clothing, financial aid and counseling for Yukon residents. For persons who are disabled or elderly there is Care-a-Van transportation service.

Yukon Sharing Ministry, Inc.

4 North 6th Street
Yukon,   OK   73085-0944

405-354-9456 Voice

ysmstaff@yukonsharing.Com
www.yukonsharing.com

Yukon Sharing Ministry provides food, clothing, limited utility assistance, prescriptions, gasoline for a job search, limited rental assistance, and referral to other agencies. Emergency shelter is available.

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