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Chapter 7: Information Sources

Section 3: Specific Disabilities – Information Sources

Subsection ZY: Oklahoma Disability Organizations and Agencies

A New Leaf, Inc.

2306 S. 1st Pl.
Broken Arrow,  OK   74012

918-451-1491 Voice
918-451-0173 Fax

 
www.anewleaf.org

A New Leaf's mission is to provide individuals with disabilities marketable job training in a horticulture environment and conduct community employment placement to increase independence and individual choices.

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.

Ability Connection Oklahoma (United Cerebral Palsy - Tulsa)

6565 S. Yale, Ste. 423
Tulsa,  OK  74136

918-794-4655 Voice

tulsa@abilityconnectionoklahoma.org
www.ucpok.org

Ability Resources, Inc.

823 S. Detroit Ave., Ste. 110
Tulsa,  OK   74120-4223

800-722-0886 Toll Free V / TDD
918-592-1235 Voice / TDD
918-592-5651 Fax

 
www.ability-resources.org

Independent living information, advocacy and resource center for individuals with disabilities. Programs and services include peer counseling, independent living skills training, information and referral, employment assistance, accessibility information, assistive technology lending library, multi-cultural outreach, and other projects.

American Diabetes Association - Oklahoma

3000 United Founders Blvd., Ste. 108
Oklahoma City,  OK  73112

800-342-2383 Toll Free
405-840-3881 Voice
405-840-3899 Fax

 
 

American Diabetes Association - Oklahoma City

3000 United Founders Blvd., Ste. 108
Oklahoma City,  OK  73112

405-840-3881 Voice
405-840-3899 Fax

 
 

American Diabetes Association - Tulsa

6600 S. Yale Ave., Ste. 700
Tulsa,  OK  74136

918-492-3839 Voice
918-492-4262 Fax

 
 

American Parkinson's Disease Association Information and Referral Center

1125 S Trenton Avenue
Tulsa,  OK  74120

888-740-3747 Toll Free
918-747-3747 Voice
918-298-3446 Fax

jdjohns@hillcrest.com
 

The Center provides free educational materials on Parkinson's Disease and information on support groups, caregiver groups, health services and community resources. The Center helps start new support groups, provides speakers on Parkinson's, publishes a newsletter, and has a lending library of videos and materials on Parkinson's Disease.

Apache Tribe Vocational Rehabilitation

P.O. Box 1330
Anadarko,   OK   73005-1220

800-851-1253 Toll Free
405-247-7494 Voice
405-247-9872 Fax

apachendnvr1@yahoo.com
 

Counties Served: Caddo, Comanche, Cotton, Grady, Jackson, Kiowa, Tillman

Area Agency on Aging - Areawide Aging Agency, Inc. (Central Oklahoma)

4101 Perimeter Center Dr., Ste. 310
Oklahoma City,  OK  73112-5910

405-942-8500 Voice
405-943-4344 Voice or TDD 405-942-8535 Fax

 
www.areawideaging.org

Survival Kit for Seniors" - a directory of Central Oklahoma services useful to older adults, their families and caregivers

Arthritis Foundation - Eastern Oklahoma Chapter

7170 S. Braden, Ste. 170
Tulsa,  OK  74136

800-400-4526 Toll Free
918-495-3553 Voice

info.eok@arthritis.org
 

This chapter offers various programs and services to help people with arthritis cope with their disease. Some of the things they offer include exercise programs, educational programs and support groups. They also sponsor special events throughout the year to raise money and to raise awareness of this disease in the hopes of one day finding a cure. Contact the chapter for specific events, programs or support meetings in your town or go to their website "Programs and Services" section for times, dates and places. Direct link: ww2.arthritis.org/Communities/Chapters/Chapter.asp?chapid=17

Arthritis Foundation - Oklahoma Chapter

710 W. Wilshire Blvd., Suite 101
Oklahoma City,  OK  73116

800-627-5486 Toll Free
405-936-3366 Voice

info.ok@arthritis.org
 

This chapter offers various programs and services to help people with arthritis cope with their disease. Some of the things they offer include exercise programs, educational programs and support groups. They also sponsor special events throughout the year to raise money and to raise awareness of this disease in the hopes of one day finding a cure. Contact the chapter for specific events, programs or support meetings in your town or go to their website "Programs and Services" section for times, dates and places. Direct link: ww2.arthritis.org/Communities/Chapters/Chapter.asp?chapid=44

Autism Society of Central Oklahoma (ASOCO)

P.O. Box 720103
Norman,  OK  73070

405-370-3220 Voice

 
www.asofok.org

Autism Society of Central Oklahoma (ASOCO) generally meets the third Thursday of each month, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Norman Public Library, in meeting rooms A and B. The library is at 225 N. Webster, at the northeast corner of Gray St. and Webster (Just west of the Post Office).

Big Five Community Services

1502 N. First St.
Durant,  OK   74701

580-924-5331 Voice
580-920-2004 Fax

lstaggs@bigfive.org
www.bigfive.org

As a Community Action Program, Big Five Community Services, Inc. is involved in a wide variety of programs which are all in some way linked to the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Program. Since the inception of CSBG, its mission has been to remove obstacles and solve problems which inhibit the ability of the state's low-income people to attain self-sufficiency.

Serves Bryan County, Carter County, Coal County, Love County and Pontotoc County. Programs include:

Brain Injury Association of Oklahoma

P.O. Box 88
Hillsdale,  OK  73743-0088

800-444-6443

brainhelp@braininjuryoklahoma.org
www.braininjuryoklahoma.org

Brain Injury Association of Oklahoma is a private, not-for-profit corporation serving persons with traumatic/acquired brain injuries (TBI/ABI), their families, professionals and the community. This Association is a state chapter affiliate of the national Brain Injury Association, Inc.

The Brain Injury Association of Oklahoma does not support, endorse or recommend any method, treatment, or program for brain injury. They only try to inform you, believing you have the right to know what is available. No endorsement is intended or implied.

Bridges Foundation

1345 N. Lewis Ave.
Tulsa,   OK   74110

918-592-3333 Voice
918-592-3343 Fax

tbf@thebridgesfound.org
www.thebridgesfound.org

The Bridges Foundation serves as a connection for individuals with developmental disabilities to vocational training, employment opportunities, education, living skills and community resources.

Cameron University Disability Services

2800 W. Gore Blvd.
Lawton,  OK  73505

580-581-2209 Voice
580-581-2564 Fax

student_development@cameron.edu
www.cameron.edu/disabled_services

Provides accommodations for students with disabilities, a mentoring program, counseling, intervention to assist with student problems, awareness activities.

Carl Albert Community Mental Health

P.O. Box 579
1101 E. monroe Avenue
McAlester,  OK   74501-4826

918-426-7800 Voice/TDD

 
 

Comprehensive mental health and substance abuse services. Inpatient, outpatient, day treatment, psychosocial clubhouse, emergency intervention. Counseling, screening, referral, community education, aftercare. Gate keeping evaluations, children's services, intensive case management, DUI assessments.

Center of Family Love

P.O. Box 245
635 W. Texas
Okarche,   OK   73762

405-263-4658 Voice
405-263-7114 Fax

communityrelations@cflinc.org
www.centeroffamilylove.org/

The Center of Family Love strives to guide, nurture and teach those with developmental disabilities within a family style community. Residents not only interact with their neighbors, but with staff members. Trips outside of the CFL community allow residents to interact with others in the community.

Central Christian Camp and Conference Center

One Twin Cedar Ln.
Guthrie,  OK  73044-7041

800-299-2811 Toll Free
405-282-2811 Voice
405-282-1367 Fax

james@centralchristiancamp.org
www.centralchristiancamp.org

Monthly camps - Make Promises Happen (MPH) sponsors a variety of camps for children and adults with disabilities and medical conditions. Camp facilities are also used by other organizations sponsoring camps for children with specific disabilities. Camp Schedule: www.centralchristiancamp.org/image/mph_calendar.pdf.

Cherokee Nation Vocational Rehabilitation

P.O. Box 948
Tahlequah,   OK   74465

800-256-4415 Toll Free
918-453-5004 Voice / TTY
918-458-4482 Fax

voc_rehab@cherokee.org
www.cherokee.org

Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation Service Project that serves Native Americans, who are disabled, so they can become gainfully employed. Direct link: Vocational Rehabilitation webpage.

Counties Served: Adair, Cherokee, Craig, Delaware, Mayes, McIntosh, Muskogee, Nowata, Ottawa, Rogers, Sequoyah, Tulsa, Wagoner, Washington.

Chickasha Opportunity Center

P.O. Box 685 1804 W. Iowa Avenue
Chickasha,   OK   73023

405-224-4916 Voice
405-224-4987 Fax

 
 

Services include assessment, training and transitional services leading to community job placement if the individual chooses.

Child Study Center

1100 N.E. 13th St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73117

405-271-5700 Voice
405-271-8835 Fax

 
www.oumedicine.com/csc

Multi-disciplinary center specializing in evaluation of children with developmental and behavior problems. Behavior Clinic provides a behavior management program for children ages two to seven and their families. Other clinics include the Neuropsychology Clinic, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Clinic, Psychology Clinic, and A Better Chance, which serves infants and young children with prenatal exposure to alcohol and drugs.

Choctaw Nation Vocational Rehabilitation

219 N Broadway
Hugo, OK 74743

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 88
Choctaw Nation Field Office
Hugo,   OK   74743

877-285-6893 Toll Free
580-326-8304 Voice
580-326-2410 Fax

ddavenport@choctawnation.com
www.choctawnation.com

The Vocational Rehabilitation Program offers services that will assist disabled Native Americans to obtain their goal of vocational training and gainful employment. Direct link: Vocational Rehabilitation.

Counties Served: Atoka, Bryan, Choctaw, Coal, Haskell, Latimer, LeFlore, McCurtain, Pittsburg, Pushmataha, southern Hughes.

Comanche County Memorial Hospital

Rehabilitation Center
3401 W. Gore Blvd.
Lawton,   OK   73505

800-522-0104 Toll Free
580-355-8699 +1+4258 Voice
580-585-5576 Fax

ccmhonline.com/
www.memorialhealthsource.com

As the regional referral center for Southwest Oklahoma, Comanche County Memorial Hospital offers rehabilitation patients the security of having medical diagnostic and therapeutic services readily available; to include 24-hour access to on-site physicians certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support.

Communication Services for the Deaf, Inc. (CSD) - Oklahoma

4815 S. Harvard Ave. Ste. 250
Tulsa,  OK  74135

800-717-1958 Toll Free Voice
866-845-9445 Voice
888-252-1017 TTY
605-367-5958 Fax

csdoklahoma@c-s-d.org
www.c-s-d.org/default.aspx?pageid=42

Community Action Project of Tulsa County (CAP)

4606 S. Garnett Rd., Ste. 100
Tulsa,   OK   74146

918-382-3200 Voice
918-382-3213 Fax

 
www.captc.org

Community Action Project (CAP)'s mission is to help families in economic need achieve self-sufficiency. They provide a variety of services to the low-income community. Some of the programs focus on advancing the education and school readiness of very young children (ages 0-5). Some focus on improving the financial circumstances and economic independence of families with young children. Others focus on ensuring that these children and families live in safe, secure, nurturing communities.

Community Service Center

203 W. Delaware Street
Cleveland,   OK   74020

866-650-8463 Toll Free
918-358-5210 Voice
918-358-3740 Fax

office@clevelandcommunitycenter.org
www.clevelandcommunitycenter.org

The Community Service Center (CSC), in Cleveland, Oklahoma is a regional, Oklahoma not-for-profit organization (501c3) that provides a host of services including a health and nutrition center, a community food bank, residential and vocational support programs for individuals with developmental disabilities, child abuse investigations for its local district attorney's office, a community service initiative for individuals that commit misdemeanor crimes, anger management classes and advocacy for senior adults, as well as abused and neglected children.

Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

16 E. 16th St., Ste. 202
Tulsa,  OK  74119-4402

918-585-5551 Voice
918-836-4357 Information Services
918-834-2273 Child Care Resource Center
918-585-3285 Fax

gutter@csctulsa.org
www.csctulsa.org

The Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa provides leadership to help the community work together to identify and address its health and human service needs. With a focus on prevention, the Council works to improve conditions which promote the highest quality of life for all residents, as well as to assure a high-quality, cost-effective, accessible, well-organized continuum of services which can assist people in need in a successful and caring way.

Comprehensive Community Services

7508 W. Melrose
Oklahoma City, OK 73127

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 271078
Oklahoma City,   OK   73127-1078

405-495-3757 Voice

 
 

Daily Living Centers

3200 N.W. 48th St., Ste. 101
Oklahoma City,   OK   73112

405-949-1197 Voice

donna@dailylivingcenters.org
www.dailylivingcenters.org

Daytime care and activities for frail elderly persons and adults with severe physical and/or mental disabilities. Services and activities include nutritional meals, games, arts and crafts, music, parties, and other social and educational activities. Daily cost is approximately $40 with scholarships available. Daily care on weekends is also available. Transportation to and from a center can sometimes be arranged. Centers now offer bathing services using a specialized whirlpool system designed for ease of use by frail or disabled individuals. Bathing fee is $10 for members and $15 for non-members.

Center locations are:
3200 NW 48, OKC
10021 S. Penn, OKC
250 Enz Drive, Edmond

Dale Rogers Training Center

2501 N. Utah
Oklahoma City,  OK  73107

405-946-4489 Voice
405-943-9710 Fax

dalerogers@drtc.org
www.drtc.org

D-Dent of Oklahoma City

6430 N. Western Ave, #200
Oklahoma City,  OK  73116-7322

800-522-9510 Toll Free
405-424-8092 Voice

d-dent@coxinet.net
d-dentok.org

D-Dent is a non-profit organization of dentists that provide free comprehensive dental care to the financially needy, developmentally disabled and elderly Oklahoma citizens statewide.

Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Department of Oklahoma

2311 N Central Ave. #1000B
Oklahoma City,   OK   73105

405-521-0758 Voice
405-557-0252 Fax

okdavorg@sbcglobal.net
www.geocities.com/okdavdept@sbcglobal.net/DeptOK_index.html

Transportation in Lawton, OKC, Muskogee and Tulsa areas for veterans to medical appointments to a VA hospital or outpatient center. Counsels veterans and their families on benefits, helps vets file for disability and other benefits and serves as an advocate for veterans needing benefits or services. DAV nationally provides legislative advocacy and works to promote employment, health care and other opportunities for veterans with disabilities.

Donna Nigh Foundation - OU Child Study Center

P.O. Box 1146
1100 NE 13th Street
Oklahoma City,  OK  73101-1146

271-5700 ext. 45165
405-271-8835 Fax

 
 

The Foundation was established to aid individuals who are developmentally disabled. Priority on assisting persons and groups that do not qualify for governemnt aid. Most grants are under $2,000.

Down Syndrome Association of Central Oklahoma

720 W. Wilshire, Ste. 112
Oklahoma City,  OK  73116

405-463-5641 Voice

 
www.dsaco.org

DSACO provides new parents with packets that include parent contacts, current handouts on Down syndrome, and inspirational materials. It is very important that new families have a support system and are able to talk with other parents.

Down Syndrome Association of Tulsa

P.O. Box 54877
Tulsa,  OK  74155-0877

918-496-1873 Voice

ziriax@tulsacoxmail.com
www.dsat.org

The Down Syndrome Association of Tulsa (DSAT) is a non-profit organization that exists to enhance the lives of individuals with Down syndrome, their families and caregivers. This is accomplished by providing support, encouragement, current information, education, opportunities for socialization and by promoting community recognition of the inherent dignity of all people with developmental disabilities.

East Central University - Rehabilitation Counselor Training Program

Human Resources Department
1100 E. 14th St.
Ada,  OK   74820

580-332-8000 ext. 463 Voice
580-559-5708 Department

rwethrll@ecok.edu
www.ecok.edu:9045/academics/schools/grad_studies/mshr/grad_humres_rehab.asp

The Masters Degree in Human Resources is designed to provide the student with the theory, knowledge, and skills necessary for employment in a variety of public and private settings.

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

EmployAbility, Inc.

501 S.W. Virginia Ave.
Bartlesville,   OK   74003

918-336-6361 Voice
918-336-9142 Fax

ijones@employabilityok.com
www.employabilityok.com

EmployAbility, formerly ARC Industries, is a non-profit employment agency for people with disabilities.

Employment Resources, Inc.

1216 W. Willow Rd., Ste. A
Enid,   OK   73703

580-233-5433 Voice

 
www.employmentresources.org

The purpose of Employment Resources, Inc. is to provide quality employment opportunities to persons with disabilities.

Employment Resources, Inc.

6202 S. Lewis, Ste. D
Tulsa,   OK   74136

918-744-6202 Voice
918-744-6261 Fax

 
www.employmentresources.org

The purpose of Employment Resources, Inc. is to provide quality employment opportunities to persons with disabilities.

Employment Resources, Inc.

P.O. Box 271344
4801 N. Classen
Oklahoma City,   OK   73137

405-879-2128 Voice
405-879-0673 Fax

 
www.employmentresources.org

The purpose of Employment Resources, Inc. is to provide quality employment opportunities to persons with disabilities.

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.

Faith 7 Activity Center

301 S. Kennedy
Shawnee,   OK   74801-7613

405-275-4223 Voice
405-273-2994 Fax

 
 

Rehabilitational job training services.

Francis Tuttle Technology Center - Supported Employment

12777 N. Rockwell
Oklahoma City,   OK   73142-2710

405-717-4140 Voice
405-717-4728 Fax

bis@francistuttle.com
francistuttle.com

Provides supported employment program that combines competitive employment with individual supports for adults with severe disabilities.

Gatesway Foundation

1217 E. College
Broken Arrow,  OK   74012

918-258-3900 Voice
918-258-6200 Fax

vrcoach@gatesway.org
www.gatesway.org

Residential services for persons with developmental disabilities include group homes and an ICF/MR, supported living services for Hissom class members, and in-home supports for persons receiving Medicaid home and community-based waiver services. Vocational services include sheltered workshop employment and supported employment.

Golden Rule Industries of Muskogee, Inc.

2022 W. Shawnee
Muskogee,   OK   74401

918-683-5505 Voice
918-683-4714 Fax

golden@emptychair.net
 

Goodwill Industries of Southwestern Oklahoma and North Texas, Inc.

Main Office
1210 Summit Ave.
Lawton,  OK   73501

866-581-7905 Toll Free
580-355-2163 Voice 580-355-2166 Fax

john.conklan@goodwillsont.org
www.goodwillsont.org

Provides job readiness training, employment and job retention services, a sheltered workshop, work adjustment training and residential services.

Goodwill Industries of Tulsa

2800 Southwest Blvd.
Tulsa,   OK   74107

918-584-7291 Voice
918-583-9010 Fax

 
www.goodwilltulsa.org

Provides employment, vocational services, training and job placement for people with disabilities. Training in office, customer service and survival skills. Supported employment program; work adjustment training; sheltered workshop.

Great Plains Improvement Foundation

2 S.E. Lee
Lawton, OK 73502

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 926
Lawton,   OK   73502

580-353-2364 Voice
580-353-1952 Fax

 
www.gpif-caa.org

This foundation serves Comanche County. Programs include:

Green Country Independent Living Resource Center

4100 S.E. Adams Rd., Ste. C-105
Bartlesville,   OK   74006-8438

800-559-0567 Voice / TTY
918-335-1314 Voice / TTY
918-333-1814 Fax

vhaws@bartnet.net
 

Independent living resource center providing independent living skills training, peer counseling, advocacy, information and referral, social and recreational activities, and an assistive technology demonstration and loan library.

Heartland Council of the Blind

P.O. Box 30335
Midwest City,  OK  73140

405-722-8749 Voice

sandi.webster@cox.net
www.hcbokc.org/

The Heartland Council of the Blind is a group of blind, visually impaired and sighted people from the Central Oklahoma area who come together to socialize, discuss issues related to visual impairment and advocate for a better life for the blind and visually impaired. HCB is a chapter of the Oklahoma Council of the Blind an affiliate of the American Council of the Blind.

Hearts for Hearing

3525 NW 56th St, Suite A-150
Oklahoma City,   OK   73112

405-548-4300 Voice
405-548-4350 fax

 
www.heartsforhearing.org

Hearts for Hearing is a place for comprehensive hearing health care for all ages. Children who are deaf or hard of hearing can learn to listen and talk just like normal hearing kids. Adults with hearing loss are experiencing renewed hearing and connections with family and friends. They provide the expertise, services and programs for individuals with hearing loss and their families.

Hedges Regional Speech & Hearing Center

2615 E. Randolph Ave.
Enid,  OK  73701

580-234-3734 TTY
580-234-2615 Fax

hedges3734@sbcglobal.net
www.regionalspeechandhearing.com

Thayne A. Hedges Regional Speech & Hearing Center was established to combat speech and hearing problems resulting from childhood Cerebral Palsy. Board Certified Speech Pathologists provide a wide variety of speech therapy options including sign language, language therapy and communication devices.

HELP Works, Inc.

219 Lincoln Avenue
P.O. Box 1475
Pawhuska,   OK   74056

918-287-1588 Voice
918-287-1294 Fax

helpworks@sbcglobal.net
 

Workshop providing employment to individuals with disabilities. Work contracts include cleaning, recycling, and a saddle cleaning shop.

Home of Hope, Inc.

P.O. Box 903
960 W. Hope Road
Vinita,  OK  74301

877-307-7825 Toll Free
918-256-7825 Voice
918-256-2478 Fax

info@homeofhope.com
www.homeofhope.com

Home of Hope is a non-profit organization that exists to serve the developmentally disabled and their families.

Hope Community Services

105 S.E. 45th St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73129

405-634-4400 Voice
405-632-1976 Fax

hope@hopecsi.org
www.hopecsi.org

Community mental health center providing case management and outpatient psychological treatment for adults and children, psychosocial rehabilitation programs, community housing, a medication clinic, crisis intervention, transitional living programs and other services for individuals with mental health needs.

INCOR, Inc.

210 E. Okmulgee
Muskogee,   OK   74403

918-683-8162 Voice
918-686-6708 Workshop
918-687-5368 Fax

 
www.incor-ok.com

INCOR is a full service agency serving the disabled in the eight county area with a wide array of services. Their services are set up to enable the disabled. To accomplish this objective, they provide a wide array of services such as residential services, employment preparation and placement and outsourcing programs.

INTEGRIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Hospital

Baptist Medical Center
3300 N.W. Expressway, Unitss 3E and 6W
Oklahoma City,   OK   73112

405-949-3601 Voice

 
 

CARF Accredited Medical Rehabilitation Programs: Inpatient Rehabilitation - Hospital (Adults)

International Police Relations Council for the Deaf

931 S. Waco
Tulsa,   OK   74132

918-446-4403 Voice / TTY

iprcfd@juno.com
 

A Tulsa-based international organization which helps the deaf community work effectively with law enforcement agencies to improve police relations with deaf citizens. Also intervenes at disaster sites to locate affected deaf individuals and help them secure disaster relief services. Works with Red Cross and other disaster relief organizations.

J.D. McCarty Center for Children with Developmental Disabilities

2002 E. Robinson St.
Norman,  OK  73071

800-777-1272 Toll Free
405-307-2800 Voice
405-307-2801 Fax

 
www.jdmccarty.com

The McCarty Center helps children with developmental disabilities learn to move, eat, play and communicate better.

Jim Taliaferro Community Mental Health Center

602 S.W. 38th St.
Lawton,   OK   73505

580-248-5780 Voice / TDD

 
 

Kaiser Rehabilitation Center

1125 S. Trenton Ave.
Tulsa,   OK   74120

918-579-7100 Voice
918-579-7110 Fax

 
www.hillcrest.com/facilities/kaiser_rehabilitation_center/index.php

Kaiser Rehabilitation Center offers a wide range of services to help people regain functionality and independence after a debilitating injury or illness.

Keyes Speech and Hearing Center

1200 N. Stonewall
Oklahoma City,   OK   73117

405-271-2866 Voice / TDD
405-271-3360 Fax

 
 

Speech and hearing clinic.

KI BOIS Community Action Foundation, Sheltered Workshop

204 Wall Street
P. O. Box 965
Poteau,   OK   74953-0965

866-341-3381 Toll Free
918-647-3267 Voice 918-647-3268 Fax

kenny.barnhart@kibois.org
www.kibois.org

Sheltered workshops: Janitorial services, grounds maintenance, laundry services, general sewing custom clothing, small assembly work, litter pickup, mailing services, packaging, machine embroidery, manufacturing of metal signs.

KI BOIS Operation Jobs Program

609 East Peoria
P.O. Box 1023
McAlester,   OK   74501

866-213-4881 Toll Free
918-423-3525 Voice 918-423-0479 Fax

Stacy.Boren@kibois.org
www.kibois.org

Sheltered Workshop: Janitorial services, grounds maintenance, small assembly work, highway litter pickup, packaging, craft and woodworking assembly, KARE Kollectibles: shelves, bookcases, milk jugs, cup holders, apples, park benches, coat racks, shelves and corner shelves, quilt racks, shadow boxes, hall/sofa tables, telephone tables, commercial laundry services.

Lake Park Elementary School

8221 N.W. 30th
Bethany,   OK  73008

405-789-7068 Voice
405-491-7590 Fax

 
lpes.putnamcityschools.org/

Provides three preschool and kindergarten classes for children with developmental delays, and offers two multiple disabilities classrooms for elementary age children. Learning disability classes are also provided. Speech, occupational and physical therapists are on site to provide related services as needed. Part of the Putnam City School District.

Laura Dester Children's Center

Department of Human Services
7318 East Pine Street Tulsa, OK 74115 Telephone (918) 728-6700 Fax (918) 728-6764
Tulsa,  OK  74115

800-522-1075 Toll Free
918-728-6700 Voice
918-728-6764 Fax

 
 

Learning Disabilites Association of Oklahoma (LDAO)

P.O. Box 1134
Jenks,   OK   74037

918-298-1600 Voice

ldao2002@sbcglobal.net
www.ldao.org

Learning Disabilites Association of Oklahoma (LDAO) is a nonprofit organization commited to enhancing the lives of individuals with learning disabilites and their families through education, advocacy, research, and service.

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/

Life Senior Services, Inc.

5950 East 31st Street
Tulsa,   OK   74135-5114

866-664-9009 toll-free
918-664-9000 Voice 918-664-9922 Fax

atimmons@LIFEseniorservices.org
www.seniorline.org

Formerly known as Tulsa Senior Services, LIFE Senior Services has been helping older adults and their families solve problems that threaten independence, quality of life, and dignity.

Life Share Transplant Donor Services of Oklahoma

7200 N. Broadway
Oklahoma City,   OK   73116

888-580-5680 Toll Free
405-840-9748 Fax

 
www.lifeshareoklahoma.org

LifeShare Transplant Donor Services of Oklahoma, Inc., is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization certified and designated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as the organization dedicated to recovering organs for transplantation in all 77 counties of the state of Oklahoma.

Little Lighthouse

5120 E. 36th St.
Tulsa,  OK   74135-5228

918-664-6746 Voice
918-664-2293 Fax

lsteed@littlelighthouse.org
www.littlelighthouse.org

Christian developmental center serving children from birth to age six with various disabling conditions. Individualized programs are provided tuition-free by certified special education teachers, licensed therapists and other trained professionals.

Loving Hands Ranch Summer Camp

P.O. Box 928
Sulphur,  OK  73086

580-622-6085 Voice/TDD

 
www.lovinghandsranch.com

These Christian-based camps emphasize character development and include activities such as hikes, nature center visits, swimming, go-carts, horseback riding, field games and cookouts. Located adjacent to the Chickasaw National Recreation Area close to Sulphur.

Lupus Foundation of America - Oklahoma

4100 N. Lincoln Blvd, Ste. 208
Oklahoma City,   OK   73105-5209

405-427-8787 Voice
800-725-6445 Toll Free
405-427-8778 Fax

oklupus@flash.net
www.oklupus.com

March of Dimes – Oklahoma

5100 N. Brookline, #850
Oklahoma City,   OK   73112

405-943-1025 Voice
405-943-8901 Fax

OK427@marchofdimes.com
www.marchofdimes.com/Oklahoma/

The mission of the March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.

McCall's Communities

13546 County Road 3600
Ada,   OK   74820

580-272-6600 Voice
580-436-2151 Fax

nhoneyman@mccallschapelschool.com
mccallschapel.com/

Meadows Center for Opportunity Inc.

1000 S. Kelly Ave.
Edmond,   OK   73034

405-348-4470 Voice
405-340-5395 Fax

meadowsokc@sbcglobal.net
 

Sheltered workshop.

Mental Health America - Tulsa

1870 S. Boulder
Tulsa,  OK   74119

918-585-1213 Voice
918-585-1263 Fax

mbrose@mhat.org
www.mhat.org

The Mental Health Association in Tulsa offers a variety of programs and outreach efforts to get people connected with the information, resources and help they need.

Metro Tech - Disability Services

1900 Springlake Dr.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73111-5240

405-605-4855 Voice
405-424-8737 TTY
405-424-8555 Fax

denise.north@metrotech.edu
www.metrotech.org/disability/

Metro Tech provides reasonable accommodations and support for students with disabilities and special education needs covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Metro Transit

Special Transportation Services
300 S.W. 7th St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73109

405-235-7433 Voice
405-297-2602 TDD
405-297-2896 Fax

 
www.gometro.org

Metro Transit operates a fixed-route bus system plus transportation programs for special populations. The main service focus is Oklahoma City proper, with limited service to Bethany, Del City, Midwest City, Edmond, Nichols Hills, and Norman. Programs include:

Mid Del Group Home

1540 Republic Circle
Midwest City, Oklahoma 73110

Mailing address:
P.O. Box 30033
Midwest City,   OK  73140

405-732-8568 Voice
405-732-6615 Fax

mdgh@sbcglobal.net
www.mdgh.org/welcome

Provides vocational assistance as well as group home services to individuals that experience a developmental disability.

Mid-America Paralyzed Veterans of America (MPVA)

6108 N.W. 63 St.
Oklahoma City,  OK  73132

800-321-5041 Toll Free
405-721-7168 Voice
405-721-1829 Fax

mapva@sbcglobal.net
www.mapva.com

The Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) is a nonprofit organization chartered by the United States Congress and dedicated to serving the needs of its members.

PVA is a leading advocate for: Quality healthcare, research and education addressing spinal cord injury and dysfunction, benefits, civil rights and opportunities that maximize the independence of our members.

Moore-Norman Vo-Tech

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program
4701 12th Ave. N.W.
Norman,   OK   73069

405-364-5763 Voice
405-360-9989 Fax

 
www.mntechnology.com/mntc.mntc?Category=282&Archive=0

Moore Norman Technology Center prepares students, high school or adult, for a career that they'll enjoy, and one that will provide a competitive salary that will enable independent living.

Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, Oklahoma Chapter

4606 E 67th St S, Suite 100
Tulsa,  OK  74136-4950

918-494-4951 Voice
918-494-4951 Fax

oklahoma@myasthenia.org
www.myasthenia.org/livingwithmg/mgfachapters.aspx

Oklahoma resource for information.

Narrative Television Network (NTN)

5840 S. Memorial Dr., Ste. 312
Tulsa,   OK   74145-9082

800-801-8184 Toll Fee
918-627-1000 Voice
918-627-4101 Fax

info@narrativetv.com
www.NarrativeTV.com

Adds narration to movies, home videos and TV sound tracks to describe visible action that cannot be seen by persons with visual impairments. NTN programming is carried in the U.S. on Nostalgia Television and by many independent broadcast and cable affiliates. Also available free at www.NarrativeTV.com.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) - Oklahoma

1920 N. Drexel Blvd.
Oklahoma City,  OK  73107-3925

800-583-1264 Toll Free
405-230-1900 Voice
405-230-1903 Fax

nami-OK@swbell.net
ok.nami.org

A state resource for up-to-date information or support on mental illness.

National Association for Parents of the Visually Impaired (OK-NAPVI ) - Oklahoma

6116 Gun Hill Way
Oklahoma City,  OK  73132

405-232-4644 Voice

gfarnum@olb.org
ok-napvi

Organization of parents, educators and advocates supporting quality educational services and improved opportunities for children who are blind or visually impaired. Offers parent support, training conferences, resources, recreation and other activities for children and advocacy.

National Center for Disability Education and Training (NCDET)

The University of Oklahoma
3200 Marshall Ave., Ste. 201
Norman,  OK   73072-8032

405-325-0158 Voice
405-325-1632 Fax

rfcook@ou.edu
ncdet.ou.edu

With innovative training, direct service, and research in the field of disability, the Center delivers a variety of programs to advance the employment and independent living of individuals with disabilities.

National Federation of the Blind (NFB) of Oklahoma

457 N. Blackwelder Avenue
Edmond,  OK  73034

405-600-0695 Voice

jmassay1@cox.net
 

National Federation of the Blind of Oklahoma, Central Oklahoma Chapter

PO Box 62
Edmond,  Ok  73083

405-600-0695 Voice

jeannie.massay@nfbok.org
 

We are a non-profit 501 0 (3) charitable organization striving to seek equality for all blind people in Central Oklahoma. We offer public education about blindness, serve as a source of information and referral, provide literature and publications about blindness, share information about aids and appliances and other adaptive equipment for the blind, support advocacy and protection of civil rights, and offer support for blind persons and their families.

Monthly Chapter Meetings occur on the second Friday of each month, in Edmond. Call the number listed above for details. Provides opportunities for our members to meet and discuss issues regarding local and national legislation, listen to guest speakers on various topics, share successful methods for living as a blind person, and serves as an opportunity for social networking.

Free Basic Braille Class- A program offering Braille literacy for youth and adults, and parents of blind children and anyone interested in learning to read Braille.

National Hemophilia Foundation

116 W. 32nd St., 11th Fl.
New York,   NY   10001-3212

800-424-2634 Toll Free
212-328-3700 Voice
212-328-3777 Fax

handi@hemophilia.org
www.hemophilia.org

The National Hemophilia Foundation is dedicated to finding better treatments and cures for bleeding and clotting disorders and to preventing the complications of these disorders through education, advocacy and research.

Bleeding disorders is a general term for a wide range of medical problems that lead to poor blood clotting and continuous bleeding. Doctors also call them terms such as coagulopathy, abnormal bleeding and clotting disorders. When someone has a bleeding disorder they have a tendency to bleed longer. The disorders can result from defects in the blood vessels or from abnormalities in the blood itself. The abnormalities may be in blood clotting factors or in platelets.

National Institute on Developmental Delays

1900 W. MacArthur
Shawnee,   OK   74801

405-878-5289 Voice
405-878-5114 Fax

pop@nidd.org
www.nidd.org

The National Institute on Developmental Delays is a national resource center with a global outlook that strives to help children with developmental delays and their families.

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) - Oklahoma Chapter

4606 E. 67th St., Bldg. 7, Ste. 103
Tulsa,  OK  74136

918-488-0882 Voice
918-488-0913 Fax

lisa.gray@oke.nmss.org
Oklahoma Chapter website www.nationalmssociety.org/OKE/home/

Local connections and resources for Multiple Sclerosis.

NewView Oklahoma

501 N. Douglas Ave.
Oklahoma City,  OK  73106

405-232-4644 Voice
405-236-5438 Fax

swright@newviewoklahoma.org
www.newviewoklahoma.org

Northern Oklahoma Resource Center of Enid (NORCE)

2600 E. Willow Rd.
Enid,   OK   73701

800-457-1893 Toll Free
580-548-2600 Fax

DDSD_NORCE@OKDHS.org
www.okdhs.org/programsandservices/dd/rcntrs/norce/

The Northern Oklahoma Resource Center of Enid (NORCE) is a residential and habilitative facility, also classified as an intermediate care facility for persons with developmental disabilities.

Northwest Center for Behavioral Health

1222 10th St # 211N
Woodward,  OK  73801

580-256-8615 Voice

 
 

Outpatient mental health and substance abuse counseling, day treatment, screening, evaluations, referral, community education. Home-based children's services and gate keeping evaluations.

Okie Spokesmen

P.O. Box 57
Earlsboro,  OK  74840

800-321-5041 Toll Free
405-997-3344 Voice
405-721-7168 Voice

mapva@sbcglobal.net
 

Sponsors wheelchair basketball, softball tournaments, water skiing, snow skiing, scuba diving, fishing tournaments and other summer and winter sports. May host a 2007 state 9-ball pool tournament. People with various disabilities can participate in Spokesmen sports events, although some events must be played from wheelchairs.

Oklahoma ABLE Tech

Oklahoma State University
Seretean Wellness Center
1514 W. Hall of Fame Rd.
Stillwater,  OK  74078-2026

800-257-1705 Toll Free V/TTY
405-744-9355 Voice/TTY

 
www.ok.gov/abletech/

Programs and services include:

Oklahoma Assistive Technology (AT) Device Short Term Loan Program: ABLE Tech and its partners will provide specialized equipment to Oklahomans with disabilities or those that have a dependent with a disability, regardless of their type of disability, age, income level or location of residence within the state and/or appropriate targeted individuals and entities statewide. Consumers have the opportunity to borrow AT devices they would not have otherwise been able to access because no such program exists for specialized equipment. This program will provide Oklahomans with disabilities assistive technology for the purpose of allowing consumers and agencies to "try before they buy," assessment, meeting interim needs when devices go in for repair and for personnel development activities.

Information and Referral: The ABLE Tech INFO-line helps people find the assistive technology they need and keep up with new developments in the field. The ABLE Tech INFO-line provides free information and referral services on assistive technology for people of all ages with disabilities. Family members, service providers, and others who work in fields related to disabilities or to assistive technology may use this service. ABLE Tech INFO-line's resources include a statewide computer database, national resources, in-house collection of catalogs and product literature. The number is 888-885-5588.

Direct link to Short Term Loan Program: http://oec.okstate.edu/home.php .

Oklahoma Alliance on Aging

3200 NW 48th St., Rm. 222
Oklahoma City,   OK   73112-5911

405-943-1895 phone/fax

okallianceonaging@sbcglobal.net
www.okallianceonaging.org

The Oklahoma Alliance on Aging, Inc., (OAoA) is a nonprofit statewide educational and charitable body composed of individuals and delegates from organizations interested in affairs concerning the welfare of the elderly citizens of Oklahoma and their families.

Oklahoma Areawide Services Information System (OASIS)


       

800-426-2747 Toll Free

oasis@ouhsc.edu
www3.irissoft.com/oasi/search.asp

For information and referral or assistance.

Oklahoma Assistive Technology Center

1600 N. Phillips Ave.
Oklahoma City,  OK  73104

800-700-6282 Toll Free
405-271-3625 Voice
405-271-1705 TDD
405-271-1707 Fax

osdereg@ouhsc.edu
www.theoatc.org

Oklahoma Assistive Technology Center (OATC) offers a variety of services for children, adolescents and adults with disabilities who may benefit from assistive technology to maintain, enhance, or improve their functional capabilities at home, school and/or work. They also provide information and referral sources, AT consultations and assessments, technical support and training and AT short-term equipment loans. Assistive technology services may be provided in the home, community, work, school and/or clinic environment, depending upon the funding source.

Oklahoma Association of the Deaf

P.O. Box 522
Haskell,  OK  74436-0552

 

 
www.ok-oad.org

A local resource for information.

Oklahoma Citizen Advocates for Recovery and Treatment Association (OCARTA)

2808 N.W. 31st St.
Oklahoma City,  OK  73112

866-848-7555 Toll Free
405-848-7555 Voice
405-948-9392 Fax

donna@ocarta.org
www.ocarta.org

This organization helps those affected by alcohol and addiction to successful recovery and advocate and educate the public to change the perception and attitudes directed at those who are addicted or recovering.

Oklahoma City Association of the Deaf

1106 N.W. 15th St
Oklahoma City,  OK  73106

405-685-1126 TDD
405-525-5323 TDD

 
 

Oklahoma City Handicapped for Christ

6715 N.W. 30th Ter.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73008-4047

405-789-0962 Voice / Fax

 
 

Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth

1111 N. Lee Ave. 500
Oklahoma City,  OK   73103

866-335-9288 Toll Free
405-606-4900 Voce
405-524-0417 Fax

jhendryx@okkids.org
www.okkids.org

The mission of the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth is to improve services to children by: facilitating joint planning and coordination among public and private agencies; independent monitoring of the children and youth service system for compliance with established responsibilities; and entering into agreements to test models and demonstration programs for effective services.

Oklahoma Council of the Blind

P.O. Box 1476
Oklahoma City, OK 73101

Alternative Mailing Address:
2801 Carlton Way
Oklahoma City,   OK   73120-2802

877-578-6212 Toll Free

okcbinfo@okcb.org
www.okcb.org

Statewide organization of blind individuals, families and friends. Activities include public education on blindness, advocacy, social events, resource information and peer support. Advocacy interests include education, braille services, rehabilitation, employment, transportation, assistive technology, accessibility, support services and civil rights. Affiliate of the American Council of the Blind.

Oklahoma County Council / ARC

2501 N. Utah
Oklahoma City,  OK   73107

405-946-4489 Voice
405-943-9710 Fax

 
 

Oklahoma Deaf-Blind Technical Assistance Project

University of Oklahoma
820 Van Vleet Oval, Room 320
Norman,   OK   73019-0260

405-325-0441 Voice
405-325-6655 Fax

jwatts@ou.edu
www.ou.edu/okdbp/

Provides technical assistance, training and information to families of children and youth with deaf-blindness, teachers and service providers. Maintains registry of deaf-blind children age 0-21.

Oklahoma Department of Central Services

P.O. Box 53218
Oklahoma City,  OK   73152-3218

405-521-2121 Voice
405-522-6403 Fax

marti_sawyer@dcs.state.ok.us
www.dcs.state.ok.us

State Use Program implements the State Use Act, a law which increases opportunities for sheltered workshops and disability-owned businesses to sell goods and services to state and local governments. A source of information and assistance for workshops wishing to do business with the state.

Oklahoma Department of Human Services - Developmental Disabilities Services Division (DDSD)

Sequoyah Memorial Office Building
2400 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 25352
Oklahoma City,  OK   73125-0352

405-521-6267 Voice
405-522-3037 Fax

 
www.okdhs.org/divisionsoffices/visd/ddsd/

This division provides services to persons ages 3 and older who have a primary diagnosis of developmental disabilities (mental retardation, an IQ of 70 or below). Persons served may also have other developmental or physical disabilities in addition to developmental disabilities (mental retardation).

Oklahoma Department of Human Services - Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Disabled Childrens Program

Sequoyah Memorial Office Building
2400 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 25352
Oklahoma City,  OK   73125-0352

405-521-3679 Voice
405-521-4158 Fax

 
www.okdhs.org/programsandservices/health/med/docs/ssidcp.htm

This program assists children from birth to age 18 who receive a Supplemental Security Income - Disability Payment (SSI) to receive assistance in getting needed equipment and services. This includes adaptive equipment and specialty formula for children from birth to age 18 and diapers from age 4 to age 18.

Oklahoma Department of Mental Health And Substance Abuse Services

P.O. Box 53277
Oklahoma City,   OK   73152-3277

800-522-9054 Toll Free
405-522-3908 Voice
405-522-3851 TDD
405-522-3650 Fax

 
www.odmhsas.org

The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services evolves to meet the needs of all Oklahomans. Collaborating with leaders from multiple state agencies, advocacy organizations, consumers and family members, providers, community leaders and elected officials, the way has been paved for meaningful mental health and substance abuse services transformation in Oklahoma. The result is a renewed focus on recovery and consumer needs.

Programs include:

Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS)

State Office
3535 N.W. 58th St., Ste. 500
Oklahoma City,  OK  73112-4824

800-845-8476 Toll Free V/TTY
405-951-3400 Voice/TTY

 
www.okdrs.gov

The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) expands opportunities for employment, independent life and economic self-sufficiency by helping Oklahomans with disabilities bridge barriers to success in the workplace, school and at home.

To connect to the DRS office in your area call 800-487-4042.

Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) - Disability Determination Division

P. O. Box 24400
Oklahoma City,   OK   73124-0400

 

 
www.okdrs.gov/org/org.ddd.htm

Disability Determination Division (DDD) determines if applicants are medically eligible under Social Security law for Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income payments. A team consisting of a physician or psychologist and disability examiner will consider all the facts in the case, using medical information from doctors, hospitals, clinics or other places where the client has been treated. You can apply for disability benefits by phone, by mail or by visiting any Social Security Administration office.

Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) - Visual Services, Business Enterprise Program

8 N.W. 8th St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73102

405-231-1060 Voice / TTY
405-231-1070 Fax

klohr@okdrs.gov
www.okdrs.gov/org/org.dvs.bep.htm

This program trains and licenses legally blind individuals to manage food service facilities in government buildings and other public or private facilities around the state. Visual Services secures and equips locations and provides ongoing technical support for facility managers. Persons interested in pursuing this self-employment option should contact the nearest Visual Services office.

Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) - Visual Services, Older Blind Program


       

800-829-3255 Toll Free
918-742-8989 Voice / TTY

mksanders@okdrs.gov
www.okdrs.gov/org/org.dvs.instruct.older.blind.htm

The Older Blind Independent Living Program expands independent living services for people who are 55 years old or older and legally blind. Rehabilitation teachers located in Division of Visual Services offices throughout the state provide one-on-one assistance to assist older people in adjusting to blindness and regaining or maintaining maximum independence and self-sufficiency.

Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) - Visual Services, Rehabilitation Technology Lab for Blindness and Low Vision

Shepherd Mall
2401 N.W. 23rd. St., Ste. 91
Oklahoma City,  OK  73107-2412

800-523-0288 Toll Free
405-522-3333 Voice

ahilliard@okdrs.gov
www.okdrs.gov/seekers/seekers-at-lab.htm

Direct link: www.okrehab.org/services_vsservices.html.

Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) - Vocational Rehabilitation, Services to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing - Tulsa

8740 E. 11th St., Ste. F
Tulsa,   OK   74112-7957

800-833-8973 Toll Free V/TTY
918-836-7105 TTY

lberglund@okdrs.gov
www.okdrs.gov/org/org.dvr.sdhh.htm

Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing:
Tulsa: Terri Williams, 918-508-2613
Tulsa: Christina Reininger, 918-836-5556 V/TTY
Tulsa: Sandy Keesee, 918-836-5556 V/TTY

Services include:

A list of all certified Oklahoma interpreters. The Oklahoma Department of Education maintains an independent list of interpreters.

Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Council

2401 N.W. 23rd St., Ste. 74
Oklahoma City,  OK  73107

800-836-4470 Toll Free
405-521-4984 Voice/TTY

staff@okddc.ok.gov
www.okddc.ok.gov

Oklahoma Disability Law Center, Inc. - Oklahoma City

2915 Classen Blvd.
300 Cameron Building
Oklahoma City,  OK  73106

800-880-7755 Toll Free (V/TDD)
405-525-7755 Voice/TDD
405-525-7759 Fax

 
home.flash.net/~odlcokc/

ODLC has helped people with disabilities achieve equality, inclusion in society and personal independence without regard to disabling conditions.

Oklahoma Disability Law Center, Inc. - Tulsa

2828 E. 51 St., Ste. 302
Tulsa,  OK  74105

800-226-5883 Toll Free (V/TDD)
918-743-6220 Voice/TDD
918-743-7157 Fax

 
home.flash.net/~odlcokc/

ODLC has helped people with disabilities achieve equality, inclusion in society and personal independence without regard to disabling conditions.

Oklahoma Foundation for the Disabled

8421 N. Walker
Oklahoma City,  OK  73114

405-842-6636 Voice
405-842-6658 Fax

info@okfd.org
www.okfd.org

Oklahoma Foundation for the Education of Blind Children and Youth, Inc.

P.O. Box 1306
Muskogee,   OK   74402

918-682-2629 Voice
918-747-8183 Fax

jmeyer194@gmail.com
www.ofebcyi.org/index.php

Nonprofit foundation promoting quality educational services for blind and visually impaired children and youth statewide. Provides mini-grants for student educational needs not met by other sources. Scholarship program.

Oklahoma Hemophilia Foundation

720 W. Wilshire Blvd., Suite 101B
Oklahoma City,   OK   73116

405-463-6634 Voice

bgoodley@okhemophilia.org
www.okhemophilia.org

The Oklahoma Hemophilia Foundation has several programs to support its mission and constituents, they are Camp Independence, Newly Diagnosed and Scholarships.

Oklahoma Infant Transition Program

1200 Everett Dr.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73104

405-271-6625 Voice
405-271-2149 Fax

 
www.oitp.ouhsc.edu

Help and support for families with newborns in intensive care units.

Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped

300 N.E. 18th St.
Oklahoma City,  OK  73105

800-523-0288 Toll Free
405-521-3514 Voice

VGolightly@drs.state.ok.us
www.okrehab.org/others.html#12ils

Provides books and periodicals in recorded and other alternate formats for children and adults who are unable to use standard print due to visual or physical disabilities. Cassette players and talking book machines are loaned and maintained free of charge. Descriptive videos (with narration describing visual action) can be checked out. NEWSLINE service gives over-the-phone access to major newspapers read via computer speech.

Accessible Instructional Materials Center (AIM) - The Library provides textbooks in braille and other alternate formats for visually impaired students in public schools. Teachers are urged to request braille instructional materials well in advance of need, to the extent possible.

Oklahoma Office of Disability Concerns - Client Assistance Program

2401 N.W. 23rd St., Ste. 90
Oklahoma City,   OK   73107

800-522-8224 Toll Free V/TTY
405-521-3756 Voice / TTY
405-522-6695 Fax

cap@odc.ok.gov
www.odc.ok.gov/cap.htm

The Client Assistance Program (CAP) is an advocacy program established by Section 112 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Each State and Territory of the United States has a CAP to help individuals with disabilities get the services they need to prepare for, keep or get employment from programs funded under the Act.

Oklahoma Office of Disability Concerns (ODC)

2401 NW 23rd, Ste 90
Oklahoma City,  OK  73107-2423

800-522-8224 Toll Free
405-521-3756 Voice
405-522-6706 TDD
405-522-6695 Fax

 
www.odc.ok.gov

The Office of Disability Concerns (ODC) is an independent State agency whose purpose is to help State government develop policies and services that meet the needs of Oklahomans with disabilities.

Oklahoma Parents Center

223 North Broadway
P.O. Box 512
Holdenville,  OK  74848

877-553-4332 Toll Free (parents only)
405-379-6015 Voice 405-379-2106 Fax

okparentctr@aol.com
www.oklahomaparentscenter.org

Oklahoma Parents Center is a statewide information and training program for parents of children and youth with disabilities. The program helps parents learn about basic rights of children and parents under special education law, Individualized Education Programs, transition from school to work or higher education, and other services available for children with disabilities.

Oklahoma Production Center

216 W. Ave.
Tahlequah, OK 74465

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 774
Tahlequah,   OK   74465

918-456-1929 Voice
918-456-1969 Fax

info@opcdd.com
www.opcdd.com

Supported Employment: Community Integrated Employment, Vocational Waiver. Sheltered Workshop: Park litter pickups, road litter cleanup, janitorial/custodial services, birdhouse feeders, wood working, collating, sub-assembly work, dumpster service, wiring harness, document destruction, general manufacturing, bat houses, squirrel feeders.

Oklahoma Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf

OKRID Secretary-Treasurer
2905 S. Aspen Ct.
Broken Arrow,   OK   74012

405-945-3279 Voice

website@okrid.org
www.okrid.org

State Chapter of Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. A support and advocacy group for sign language interpreters.

Oklahoma Rehabilitation Association (ORA)

c/o Department of Rehabilitation Services
125 N Greenwood, Suite200
Tulsa,   OK   74120

918-382-7700 x222 Voice

ewatkins@okdrs.gov
www.okrehabilitation.org

O.R.A. is an organization comprised of rehabilitation professionals employed in the field of vocational rehabilitation in both public and private capacities.

Oklahoma Rehabilitation Council (ORC)

3535 N.W. 58, Ste. 500
Oklahoma City,   OK   73112

800-569-7974 Toll Free
405-951-3579 Voice / TDD
405-951-3532 Fax

thamrick@drs.state.ok.us
www.okrehabcouncil.org

Oklahoma Rehabilitation Council works to facilitate consumer education and empowerment, to assure services are of high quality, and to lead to employment of individuals with disabilities in the State of Oklahoma.

Oklahoma School for the Blind

3300 Gibson St.
Muskogee,  OK  74403

877-229-7136 Toll Free
918-781-8200 Voice

lhawkins@okdrs.gov
www.okrehab.org/students/OSB.htm

OSB is a residential and day school for children and youth with visual impairments. The School also serves as a statewide resource for the education of blind and visually impaired children in the public schools. Programs and services include:

Oklahoma School for the Deaf

1100 E. Oklahoma St.
Sulphur,  OK  73086-3108

888-685-3323 Toll Free V/TTY
580-622-4900 Voice

lhawkins@okdrs.gov
www.okrehab.org/students/OSD.htm

OSD is a residential and day school providing specialized educational services to children and youth who are deaf or hard of hearing. The School also serves as a statewide resource for the education of deaf and hard of hearing children who attend public schools in Oklahoma. Programs include:


OSD Satellite Pre-schools:
Collinsville Early Childhood Center
12936 N. 129 E. Ave.
Collinsville, OK 74021
918-371-6870 Voice

Edmond Regional Preschool
University of Central Oklahoma
Box 176
Edmond, OK 73034
405-974-5961 Voice

Oklahoma State University

107 Whitehurst Hall
Stillwater,  OK  74078-0999

405-744-5000 Voice

 
osu.okstate.edu

Student Disability Services at Oklahoma State University provides support services to students with documented disabilities. Academic support services include specialized testing, classroom accommodations, recorded textbooks, technological assistance, and other services as necessary. Students may ask for services by contacting Student Disability Services at 315 Student Union, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078-7015 or call 405-744-7116 Voice / TTY, Sorenson: (405) 744-7116 (VRS) or Other IP: 139.78.24.12 (videorelay.su.okstate.edu). Follow this link, http://sds.okstate.edu/, to visit their Student Disability Services webpage.

Oklahomans for Independent Living (OIL)

601 E. Carl Albert Parkway
McAlester,   OK   74501

800-568-6821 Toll Free V/TTY
918-426-6220 Voice / TTY
918-426-3245 Fax
918-426-6263 V/TDD

info@oilok.org
www.oilok.org/

Independent living resource center providing information and referral, peer counseling, advocacy, support groups, assistive technology demonstration and loan, summer camp and swim program, sign language training, transportation, food pantry and holiday assistance program. Support employment: employment and retention services for persons with all types of severe disabilities.

Oklahomans for Special Library Services (OSLS)

Friends of the Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
300 N.E. 18th St.
Oklahoma City,  OK   73105

800-523-0288 Toll Free
405-521-3514 Voice

 
 

Oklahomans for Special Library Services (OSLS) is an active organization which supports the work of the library.

Oklahoma's Action Rehabilitation Center, Inc. (OARC)

P.O. Box 158
622 8th Street
Woodward,   OK   73801-1447

580-256-9412 Voice
580-256-0633 Fax

oarcinc@sbcglobal.net
 

Vocational and residential services for adults with developmental disabilities. Group homes, transitional living facility for independent living skills development, supported employment program, vocational training facility (workshop).

Oklahoma's Family Support 360 Degrees Project

University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
For more information contact: Tara Ford
Oklahoma City,   OK   73190

405-271–4511 Voice
405-2714511 Ext. 41016

Tara-Ford@ouhsc.edu
 

Okmulgee O.K. Work Activity Center

P.O. Box 1013
Okmulgee,   OK   74447

918-756-4133 Voice

 
 

Supported Employment: Community Integrated Employment. Sheltered Workshop.

Opportunity Center, Inc.

2225 N. Union
Ponca City,  OK   74601-1538

580-765-6782 Voice
580-765-5701 Fax

office@opcenterok.org
www.opcenterok.org/

Supported Employment: Community Integrated Employment. Sheltered Workshop: Janitorial services, grounds maintenance, litter pickup, general assembly, bulk mailing, packaging, folding, heat sealing, stapling, manufacture cloth shoe covers, cut rags for sale, screen printing at our site or yours in Kay County. Silk-screening anything 4-to 8-color and 4-color process print. Graphic artist on staff. Also produce transfers for shirts, mugs, etc.

People Inc. of Sequoyah County

205 S. J.T. Stites
Sallisaw,  OK  74955

918-775-7787 Voice
918-775-3580 Fax

info@peopleinc.org
www.peopleinc.org

People Inc.'s mission is to provide quality community based, habilitative and rehabilitative services to individuals in need through counseling, education and advocacy.

Planting the Future - Langston University

4205 N Lincoln Blvd,
Oklahoma City, OK

914 N Greenwood,
Tulsa,  OK   

405-962-1620 Voice for OKC
918-877-8163 Voice for Tulsa

 
 

A Rehabilitation Program for Agricultural Workers in Oklahoma. Those who qualify for this program have worked in an agricultural field in the last two years, Migrant or Seasonal Farm Workers, Minority Farmers/Ranchers, Meat-Packing and Cannery Employees. Or anyone who has a challenge or limitation that keeps him/her from working.

Power Shop, Inc.

2103 W. Beech
Duncan,   OK   73534

580-252-4516 Voice
580-252-6903 Fax

mike@powershopinc.org
www.powershopinc.org

The Power Shop provides continuing assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities in Southern Oklahoma. Located in Duncan, the Power Shop is a non-profit organization with programs such as vocational services for individuals with developmental disabilities; residential programs providing a wide variety of training and assistance; and social and recreational activities to enhance the quality of life by promoting friendships and interaction.

Prevent Blindness Oklahoma

6 N.E. 63rd, Ste. 150
Oklahoma City,  OK   73105

405-848-7123 Voice
405-848-6935 Fax

 
www.preventblindnessok.org

Prevent Blindness Oklahoma is a volunteer eye health and safety organization dedicated to fighting blindness and saving sight.

Progressive Independence

121 N. Porter Ave.
Norman,   OK   73071

800-801-3203 Toll Free V/TTY
405-321-3203 Voice / TTY
405-321-7601 Fax

 
www.progind.org

A community-based, cross-disability, nonresidential, non-profit agency designed and operated by individuals with disabilities to provide an array of independent living services.

RARC, Inc.

P.O. Box 834
Jenks,   OK   74037

918-299-2656 Voice
918-299-2146 Fax

director@rarcinc.org
www.rarcinc.org

RARC Inc. is a private, non-profit agency providing vocational services to persons with developmental disabilities. RARC's mission continues to provide individualized vocational services to people with developmental disabilities in a work environment encouraging independence, productivity, and success.

Red Rock Behavioral Health Services

4400 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City,  OK   73105-5105

405-424-7711 Voice
405-425-0343 Fax

jwhite@red-rock.com
www.red-rock.com

Red Rock is among the largest community mental health centers in Oklahoma.

Reliant Living Centers of Oklahoma, Inc.

3317 S.E. 18th St.
Del City,   OK   73115

405-677-2421 Voice

 
www.reliantlivingcenters.com

Reliant Living Centers of Oklahoma, Inc., is a private nonprofit organization providing services for developmentally disabled adults. These services include residential provisions, a sheltered workshop and programs that are designed to meet the specific needs of each individual. Reliant operates four residential living centers and a sheltered workshop in the Oklahoma City and Del City areas.

ResCare Oklahoma, Inc.

202 E. Highland St.
Shawnee,   OK   74801

405-214-2273 Voice

 
 

ResCare Oklahoma, Inc.

1601 S. Main, Ste. 400
Tulsa,   OK   74119

918-592-3888 Voice
918-592-3893 Fax

rcok.lisa@mciworldcom.net
www.rescare.com

Provides supported living services, assisted living, in-home services, and supported employment for people with developmental disabilities. Services are funded through the DDSD Home and Community Based Waiver.

Robert E. Greiner School for the Handicapped

10 S. E. B Ave.
Lawton, OK 73501

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 45
Lawton,   OK   73502

580-355-2559 Voice
580-355-5834 Fax

 
56655.eridan.websrvcs.com/

The Robert E. Greiner School of Comanche County focuses on instruction for handicapped adults. The school provides educational classes including basic reading, writing, math, personal hygiene, cooking, music and physical education.

Rogers County Training Center

Subsidiary of Home of Hope
2112 E.L. Anderson Blvd
Claremore,   OK   74017

918-341-5936 Voice

eltons@homeofhope.com
 

This center is a sheltered workshop, committed to assistance and help in providing each individual vocational training, employment, and placement in the least restrictive community environment for persons mentally and physically disabled over the age of 18 and living in Rogers County.

Sand Springs Home

P.O. Box 278
Sand Springs,   OK   74063

918-245-3132 Voice
918-245-6900

sshssok@aol.com
www.sandspringshome.com

Child in need of temporary (at least 1 year) or permanent place to live in a family like atmosphere. Sand Springs focuses primarily on keeping sibling groups together.

Sandra Beasley Independent Living Center

705 S. Oakwood Rd., Ste. B-1
Enid,  OK   73703

800-375-4358 Toll Free
580-237-8508 Voice / TDD
580-233-6403 Fax

sbilcdirector@coxinet.net
members.tripod.com/~Lew_3/

Independent living resource center providing information and referral for disability needs, independent living skills training, advocacy training, peer counseling, a medical and adaptive equipment loan closet, and training and information on the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Sheltered Work Opportunity of Bryan County

P.O. Box 1314
Durant,   OK   74702

580-924-8509 Voice
580-924-1925 Fax

 
www.shelteredwork.com

Sheltered Work Opportunities of Bryan County, Oklahoma, is an agency whose mission is to secure or furnish life incentives and gainful employment to employable citizens of the county not presently in the workforce because of mental and/or physical disabilites

Sheltered Workshop of Payne County

516 Expo Cr S
Stillwater,   OK   74075

405-377-0834 Voice
405-377-0860 Fax

swpc_president@provalue.net
 

Supplies shelter and supported employment services, supported living services, and habilitation training services to residents of Payne County.

Sheltered Workshop of Tulsa

6145 E. 31 St.
Tulsa,   OK   74135-5411

918-832-8813 Voice

 
 

Show, Inc.

425 W. Wells Blvd
Sapulpa,   OK   74066

918-224-7214 Voice
918-224-2480 Fax

 
www.showinc.org

Show was organized as a non-profit 501(c)(3) community based agency serving the employment needs of individuals with disabilities in the Sapulpa, Tulsa and Sand Springs areas.

Snow Valley Ranch


Snow,   OK  74567

580-298-5434 Voice

 
 

SoonerStart

Special Education Services
Oklahoma Department of Education
2500 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73105

405-521-4155 Voice
405-521-6938 Fax

 
www.sde.state.ok.us/Curriculum/SpecEd/SoonerStart.html

SoonerStart is Oklahoma's early intervention program designed to meet the needs of infants and toddlers with disabilities and developmental delays. The program is a joint effort of the Oklahoma Departments of Education, Health, Human Services, Mental Health Services, the Commission on Children and Youth, and the Oklahoma Health Care Authority.

SoonerStart - Bryan County Health Dept.

1705 Washington
Durant, OK 74702

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 598
Durant,   OK   74702-0598

580-924-6562 Voice
580-924-1651 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Carter County Health Dept.

405 S. Washington
Ardmore,   OK   73401

580-223-9705 Voice
580-223-8736 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Cherokee County Health Dept.

906 S. College
Tahlequah,   OK   74464

918-458-6577 Voice
918-458-6592 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Cleveland County Health Dept.

250 12th Ave. N.E.
Norman,   OK   73071-2800

405-321-4048 Voice
405-364-6761 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Comanche County Health Dept.

P.O. Box 87
Lawton,   OK   73502

580- 585-6610 Voice
580- 585-6621 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Creek County Health Department

1808 S. Hickory
Sapulpa,   OK   74067

918-224-5531 Voice
918-224-1739 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Custer County Health Dept.

3030 Custer Ave.
Clinton,   OK   73601

580-323-2100 Voice
580-323-2282 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Garfield County Health

Dept. 2501 Mercer Dr.
Enid, OK 73701

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 3266
Enid,   OK   73701

580-233-0650 ext. 139 Voice
580-249-5999 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Grady County Health Dept.

205 Chickasha Ave., Ste. #4
Chickasha,   OK   73018

405-224-2022 Voice
405-222-3324 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Guthrie Satellite Office

215 Fairgrounds Rd.
Guthrie,   OK   73044

405-282-3485 Voice
405-282-5389 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Jackson County Health Dept.

401 W. Tamarack Rd.
Altus,   OK   73521-1599

580-482-7308 Voice
580-477-2763 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Kingfisher County Health Dept.

124 E. Sheridan, Rm 101
Kingfisher,   OK   73750

405-375-3008 Voice
405-375-5975 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - LeFlore County Health Dept.

1212 Reynolds St.
Poteau, OK 74953

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 37
Poteau,   OK   74953

918-647-5166 Voice
918-647-2741 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - McCurtain County Health Dept.

1400 Lynn Ln.
Idabel,  OK   74745

580-286-6628 Voice
580-286-2012 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Muskogee County Health Dept.

530 S. 34th St.
Muskogee,  OK   74401

918-683-0321 Voice
918-682-4574 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Oklahoma County

4545 N. Lincoln Blvd., Ste. 250
Oklahoma City,   OK   73105

405-271-9477 Voice
405-271-9479 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Okmulgee CountyHealth Department

1304 R.D. Miller Dr.
Okmulgee,   OK   74447

918-756-1883 Voice
918-756-6770 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Payne County Health Dept.

1321 W. 7th St.
Stillwater,   OK   74074

405-624-0726 Voice
405-624-0712 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Pittsburg County Health Dept.

1400 E. College Ave.
McAlester,   OK   74501-4288

918-423-1267 Voice
918-423-2948 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Pontotoc County Health Dept.

1630 E. Beverly
Ada,   OK   74820-2645

580-332-2011 Voice
580-332-9537 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Pottawatomie County Health Dept.

1904 Gordon Cooper Dr.
Shawnee,   OK   74801-8698

405-273-2157 Voice
405-275-5167 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Rogers County Health Dept.

2664 N. Highway 88
Claremore,   OK   74017

918-341-3166 Voice
918-341-3715 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Texas County Health Dept.

1410 N. East St.
Guymon,   OK   73942

580-338-8544 Voice
580-338-0858 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Tulsa County

209 S Lakewood Ave
Tulsa,   OK   74112

918-835-8691 Voice
918-836-4505 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Washington County Health Dept.

5121 Jacquelyn Lane
Bartlesville,   OK   74006

918-335-3005 Voice
918-335-3012 Fax

 
 

SoonerStart - Woodward County Health Dept.

1631 Texas Avenue
Woodward,   OK   73801

580-256-6416 Voice

 
 

Southern Oklahoma Resource Center (SORC)

Rt. 1, Box 44-A
Pauls Valley,  OK   73075

405-238-6401 Voice
405-238-2637 Fax

DDSD_SORC@OKDHS.org
www.okdhs.org/programsandservices/dd/rcntrs/sorc/

Southern Oklahoma Resource Center (SORC) is a residential and habilitative facility, also classified as an intermediate care facility for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Special CARE, Inc.

12201 N. Western Ave.
Oklahoma City,  OK   73114

405-752-5112 Voice
405-752-8963 Fax

info@specialcareinc.org
www.specialcareokc.org

Day care center for children with and without disabilities. Early childhood education plus speech, physical and occupational therapy are provided. All day program for children 6 months to 6 years of age; before and after school and holiday care available for school children to 21 years of age.

Special Education Services

Oklahoma Department of Education
2500 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 411
Oklahoma City,   OK   73105

405-521-3248 Voice
405-522-2066 Fax

 
se.sde.state.ok.us/ses

The Special Education Services web site offers information and technical assistance to further enable family involvement, smooth transitions at all stages of the educational process and support for teachers and service providers in implementing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Spina Bifida Association of Tulsa


Tulsa,  OK   

918-579-3035 Voice

jan76oaks@cox.net
www.spinabifidatulsa.org http://www.saintfrancis.com/about/contact.aspx

Statewide Independent Living Council of Oklahoma (SILC)

106 E. Constitution, Bldg. 158
Norman,   OK   73072

888-325-2409 Toll Free
405-325-4913 Voice
405-325-4927 TDD
405-325-1632 Fax

oksilc@ou.edu
oksilc.ou.edu

The Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC) and the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services jointly prepare a state plan for provision of independent living services to individuals with disabilities. SILC works with regional independent living centers and other entities to promote implementation of the state plan for independent living.

Stillwater Group Homes, Inc.

904 W. 11th Ave.
Stillwater,   OK   74074

405-743-2496 Voice
405-743-2497 Fax

stillwatergrouphomes@coxinet.net
 

Sunshine Industries, Inc.

P.O. Box 1729
Ardmore,   OK   73402

580-226-1444 Voice
580-226-1462 Fax

sunshineind@sbcglobal.net
www.sunshine-industries.com

Sunshine Industries provides people with disabilities the opportunity to work and live as independently as possible. Vocational training includes sheltered, transitional and community employment programs.

TARC

2516 E. 71st Street, Suite A
Tulsa,  OK  74136

800-688-8272 Toll Free
918-582-8272 Voice
918-582-3628 Fax

tarc@ddadvocacy.net
www.ddadvocacy.net

TARC is committed to ensuring a high quality of life for Oklahomans with developmental disabilities and their families through education, empowerment, support and advocacy. TARC programs include: ARCCorps recruits and trains volunteer guardians and advocates willing to assist people with developmental disabilities when they are making important decisions that affect their health, safety, and personal development.

ddadvocacy.net is the TARC online presence and is a comprehensive source for Oklahomans seeking information or resources for themselves or others with a disability or wanting to connect with others in similar situations.

Family Support delivers services in both English and Spanish including parent education and training, educational advocacy, assistance in using community resources, and fostering connectedness among families that have members with developmental disabilities.

Oklahoma Advocates Involved in Monitoring (OK-AIM) trains more than 700 volunteers statewide to visit state-funded residences to monitor the quality of the everyday lives of people who have developmental disabilities.

Outreach/Service Management expedites access to the full range of services needed by people with developmental disabilities and their families at critical times in their lives such as the birth of a child with a disability; the diagnosis of a disability in a young child; the entry of a child with a disability into the public school system; transition from the education to the adult service system; and the death of the person primarily responsible for caring for an individual with a disability.

Self-Advocacy promotes the development of social and decision-making skills that enable people with developmental disabilities to live fulfilling, self-directed lives in the community; be contributing members of society; and have the support of a peer group.

Total Source for Hearing-loss and Access (TSHA)

8740 E. 11th St., Ste. A
Tulsa,  OK  74112-7957

888-311-3523 Toll Free
918-832-8742 Voice
918-834-4329 Fax

administrator@tsha.cc
www.tsha.cc

Total Source for Hearing-loss and Access (TSHA) is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma and provides comprehensive services to the Deaf and hard of hearing communities throughout Oklahoma. Their goal is to increase the independence of people with hearing loss.

TSHA's programs are far reaching. The Interpreter Referral Program provides sign language interpreters for the entire state of Oklahoma including both Tulsa and Oklahoma City, Projects with Industry (PWI) offers job placement assistance to qualified individuals and serves a large portion of the state, while the Independent Living and the Information and Referral Programs focus mainly on the Tulsa, Oklahoma area.

Tourette Syndrome Association, Oklahoma Chapter

3317 S. Oswego Avenue
Tulsa,  OK  74135

918-829-9037 Voice

 
www.oktsa.com

Transition House, Inc.

700 Asp, Ste. 2
Norman,  OK   73069

405-360-7926 Voice
405-360-2339 Fax

transitionhouse@coxinet.net
www.thouse.org

Provides transitional living program; community outreach and a drop-in social and activity center for people with mental illness. Transitional living program provides supervised apartment living, individual planning for independence, skills development for daily living and working, self-esteem development, socialization, recreation, and crisis intervention.

Tulsa Area Alliance on Disabilities

Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa
16 E. 16th St., Ste. 202
Tulsa,  OK   74119

918-585-5551 Voice
918-836-4357 Help Line
918-585-3285 Fax

ctanner@csctulsa.org
www.csctulsa.org

A Tulsa area alliance of agencies and other entities working to promote full participation by people with disabilities in all aspects of community life. Training, technical assistance, public education and advocacy activities focus on education, employment, public policy, inclusion and other disability concerns.

Tulsa Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges

815 S. Utica Ave.
Tulsa,  OK  74104

918-584-8607 Voice
918-584-8646 Fax

 
www.tulsacenter.org

The Center provides a wide variety of services for persons with physical challenges in three major program areas, rehabilitative services, adaptive recreation and community reintegration.

Rehabilitative services provides programs and classes that are designed to improve and/or maintain strength, endurance stamina and overall functional independence. They include: Individually designed rehabilitative exercise programs, Adaptive aerobic, stretching and toning classes, including seated and standing yoga, Breathing and Meditation, Leisure Education, Life Skills and more.

Adaptive recreation provide services that are designed to increase opportunities for challenging and enriching leisure and recreational experiences such as computer classes, creative cooking, creative writing, drawing and painting, handbuilding with clay, and mixed media sculpture, horticulture, and stained glass.

Community reintegration activities promote independence and help people with physical disabilities to participate in the fullest extent possible in the cultural, recreational and social life of the community. Participants enjoy bowling, horseback riding, going to movies, tandem biking, water aerobics, a variety of special outings, such as trips to local parks, theaters, concerts and a junior wheelchair sports program for children and youth with mobility impairments.

Tulsa Community College Resource Center for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing (RCDHH)

3727 E. Apache
Tulsa,   OK   74115-3151

918-595-7428 Voice
918-595-7434 TTY
918-595-7401 Fax

rcdhh@tulsacc.edu
www.tulsacc.edu

The Tulsa Community College Resource Center for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing (RCDHH) is a recognized leader in quality education for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. RCDHH is the home of PEPNet Midwest, which serves as a role model for and provides assistance to the other state colleges, universities, and vocational-technical schools.

Tulsa Council of the Blind


Tulsa,  OK   

918-355-0842 Voice

j.bailey@cox.net
www.tulsacounciloftheblind.org/

The Tulsa Council of the Blind is a chapter of the Oklahoma Council of the Blind. It was created by a group of blind individuals in the 1940s and served several functions. Over the past decades, TCB has been involved in legislative and other forms of advocacy in behalf of blind and visually impaired people, particularly on a local level. We have worked hard to develop public transportation, sidewalks, and acceptance of visually pmpaired people in all aspects of society.

Their monthly meetings are held from 6:00-7:30 pm, on the 2nd Friday of each month at the West Tulsa Free Will Baptist Church in the Family Life Center (2332 S. Nogales Ave, Tulsa, OK. For more information, please go to their website or contact Julie Bailey, 918-355-0842 or email at j.bailey@cox.net.

Tulsa Transit

Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority
510 S. Rockford Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74120-4016

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 52488
Tulsa,   OK   74152-0488

918-582-2100 Voice, Customer Info.
918-585-1195 Voice, Administration
918-582-5209 Fax

info@tulsatransit.org
www.tulsatransit.org

Fixed Route Buses: Buses run Monday through Saturday with no service on Sunday. Tulsa Transit's bus service is available throughout the City of Tulsa, and extends into Jenks, Sand Springs and Broken Arrow. Tulsa Transit also offers reduced fares for youth, seniors and persons with disabilities. If you're 75 or older, you can get a Super Senior pass and ride free. All buses are lift-equipped.

University Center of Excellence (UCE) on Developmental Disabilities Education, Research and Service

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
College of Medicine
P.O. Box 26901, ROB 316
Oklahoma City,   OK   73190

800-627-6827 Toll Free
405-271-4500 Voice
405-271-1464 TDD
405-271-1459 Fax

 
w3.ouhsc.edu/thecenter/index2.htm

University of Oklahoma Disability Resource Center

Disability Resource Center
620 Elm Ave., Ste. 166
Norman,   OK   73019-0230

405-325-3852 Voice
405-325-4173 TDD
405-325-4491 Fax

drc@ou.edu
drc.ou.edu

Work Activity Center, Inc

203 East Main
Moore,   OK   73160-5913

405-799-6911 Voice
405-793-0850 Fax

wrkactycntr@001.com
www.wacok.com

Sheltered Workshop: Blank cassette tapes, adult and infant hospital admission kits, assembly of bicycles, packaging, shrink wrapping.

Workforce Oklahoma Development Board

Cleveland County - Targeted Services Office
1141 E. Main
Norman,  OK   73071

405-701-2000 Voice
405-701-2042 Fax

manager.norman@oesc.state.ok.us
 

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