Community Resources

Tulsa Area Resources

Emergency Numbers

COPES 918-744-4800

  • If you or someone you know is suicidal or having a severe emotional or behavioral emergency, COPES is a telephone and mobile crisis service that responds  to children and adults. It’s free and available 24/7.

Domestic Violence Intervention Services . 918-585-3163

  • DVIS offers counseling and shelter to victims of domestic violence. They also offer counseling to perpetrators of DV. The 24 Hour Crisis Line is 918-743-5763

Assistance with Basic Needs

Food/Utilities

Boston Avenue Helping Hands 918-584-6923

  • BAHH offers help with back rent, utilities, and access to their food pantry. Assistance is given weekdays from 9 a.m. until noon, or until the daily allotment of funds runs out. Clients are served on a first come, first served basis. A line forms outside their location at 700 S Boston Ave.

Broken Arrow Neighbors 918-251-7781

  • For BA residents, only. Food Pantry, medical clinic, legal aid.

Catholic Charities 918-508-7160

  • Food, clothing and medication assistance are available Tuesday-Friday from 9 am until they reach capacity for the day. They are located at 2450 N. Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK. Catholic Charities offers counseling services, immigration assistance, and dental care to those who qualify.

Emergency Infant Services 918-582-2469

  • EIS provides help for children 5 and under.   Families may come for assistance up to four times in a calendar year. They may provide help with children’s clothing, food, formula or diapers. EIS also partners with local hospitals and other non-profit groups to assist with other items to keep infants safe.

Operation Hope Prison Ministry 918-559-0663

Provides basic services, food pantry, clothing, and help getting ID to people recently released from prison, as well as a prison ministry which connects inmates and their families.

Neighbor for Neighbor 918-425-5578

  • NfN offers medical, dental, food assistance, housing, and some legal services. Clients who are not elderly or handicapped are asked to contribute by becoming a volunteer if they need hope for more than a few months. Food distribution is Mon – Thurs., 9am – 3pm. They are located at 505 E. 36th St. N., Tulsa.

Salvation Army Center of Hope 918-582-7201

  • Public Meal is served daily at 1pm for the public  and 4:30 – 5:30 for those staying at the shelter. Check in for the shelter is 4:30 daily.  900 meals are served per day, and 250 homeless individuals and families are provided refuge each night. They are located at 102 N. Denver Ave., Tulsa, OK.

John 3:16 Mission 918-587-1187

  • Worship is held every evening at 5:45pm, and a public meal is served after the service. 506 N. Cheyenne Ave., Tulsa.

 

Shelters

Day Center for the Homeless 918-583-5588

  •  Limited shelter is available for people working with a Day Center case manager. To get a case manager, come to the Day Center at 8am Monday – Friday. Day Center also has a free nurse’s clinic, and dinner is served each evening. 415 W. Archer, Tulsa, OK.

Day Spring Villa 918-245-4075

  • Faith-based shelter for victims of domestic violence and adult survivors of human sex trafficking.

Domestic Violence Intervention Services 918-585-3163

  • DVIS runs Sojourner’s Inn, transitioning families from crisis into safe housing for women and children.

John 3:16 Men’s Shelter 506N. Cheyenne Ave., Tulsa.

  • Men needing shelter must show up before 5:45pm to sign up. Must be sober. No pets, weapons, or drugs are allowed on the premises.

Salvation Army 918-582-7201

  • Check in time is 4:30 pm for emergency shelter.  102 N. Denver. Ave.  The Salvation Army also has a long term housing programfor qualifying individuals and families.

Youth Services of Tulsa County 918-382-4446

  • The shelter is a safe place for youth ages 12-18 who find themselves homeless or in danger. 311 s. Madison Ave., Tulsa.

Denver House  918-585-1213

  • Denver House is not an overnight shelter, but a drop in place which offers a warm, family atmosphere for adults experiencing the challenges of living with a mental illness or co-occurring disorder. All Denver House services are non-clinical and completely voluntary.  Hours are Tues. – Saturday from 11am – 7:30pm.

Information & Referral

Family and Children’s Services For Information: 918-587-9471 For Crisis Services 918-744-4800

  • Family & Children’s Services is a leading provider of  behavioral health care and family services for people of all ages in Tulsa and surrounding communities. They provide 49 life-changing programs for adults and children inmental health, substance abuse and family services.

2-1-1 211

  • Can be obtained either on-line or by calling 211. Certified Service Specialists will direct callers to organizations in their area that provide free and low-cost services such as financial assistance, food, clothing, housing, counseling, health car and more.

Child Care Resource Center 918-834-2273

  • The Child Care Resource Center offers qualitychild care resource and referral serves to families, providers, businesses, and the community.

Indian Health Care Resource Center 918-588-1900

  • Members of any federally recognized tribe and their dependents under the age of 18 are eligible to receive care. The offer a broad range of medical care, including behavioral health.

Mental Health Association 918-585-1213

  • MHA is dedicated to promoting mental health, preventing mental disorders, and achieving victory over mental illness through advocacy, education, research, service, and housing. they offer counseling, support groups, hot line and crisis information.

Owasso Community Resources 918-272-4969

  • OCR provides scholarships, back to school supplies, emergency rent and utility assistance, and food assistancetoOwassoandCollinsville residents.

Medical, Dental, Hearing, & Vision Care

Indian Health Care Resource Center 918-588-1900

  • Members of any federally recognized tribe and their dependents under the age of 18 are eligible to receive care. The offer a broad range of medical care, including behavioral health.

Neighbor for Neighbor Dental  918-425-5595ext.122

  • Appointments are booked by phone and are constantly booked weeks in advance. Call Mon. – Thurs. and leave your name, phone number, date of birth, and a short description of your dental emergency or need.

Neighbor for Neighbor Vision  918-425-5578 ext.119

  • The NFN Optometric Clinic is a specialty program that provides eye exams and eye glasses for children and adults.  Call Mon – Thurs. (they receive over 175 calls per day for vision appointments, so be patient)

Tulsa City County Health Dept. 918-582-9355

  • Services such as reproductive health, testing, and immunizations available on a sliding scale basis.

Morton Health Clinic 918-587-2171

  • Morton provides many medical services to low income people. They have six locations in and around Tulsa.

Neighbor for Neighbor Medical 918-425-5578 ext. 130

  • Free clinic – call Monday – Thursday to schedule a medical appointment

Oklahoma Health Care Authority 800-522-0114

  • To sign up for Soonercare,call the number above

Planned Parenthood  918-587-0589

  • Reproductive health for men and women as well as HIV testing and LGBT services

Family Planning

Planned Parenthood  918-587-0589

  • Reproductive health for men and women as well as HIV testing and LGBT services

Tulsa City County Health Dept. 918-582-9355

  • Services such as reproductive health, testing, and immunizations available on a sliding scale basis.

Legal Services

Neighbor for Neighbor Legal Clinic ext. 117 918-425-5578

  • NfN offers help with Divorce, Paternity, Guardianship, Wills, Deeds, Name Changes, Emancipation Issues, and will negotiate for their clients with mortgage companies, landlords, auto dealerships, and other contracts. Call Monday – Thursday  for an appointment.

Neighbors Along the Line 918-584-1111

  • Free legal aid clinic on the 1st and 4th Monday of each month at the 5000 Charles Page Blvd location.

Oklahoma Alternative Resources 918-742-8883

  • OAR’s attorneys work on an hourly rate based on your income level and the number of people in the household. Many different types of legal services are provided, from family law, bankruptcy, and limited criminal defense.

Behavioral Health Services

COPES 918-744-4800

  • If you or someone you know is suicidal or having a severe emotional or behavioral emergency, COPES is a telephone and mobile crisis service that responds  to children and adults. It’s free and available 24/7.

Family and Children’s ServicesFor Information: 918-587-9471 For Crisis Services 918-744-4800

  • Family & Children’s Services is a leading provider of  behavioral health care and family services for people of all ages in Tulsa and surrounding communities. They provide 49 life-changing programs for adults and children inmental health, substance abuse and family services.

Counseling & Recovery Services 918-492-2554 (Tulsa) 918-245-5565 (Sand Springs)

  • Mental health and crisis services for adults and children. The first appointment is free.

Domestic Violence Intervention Services . 918-585-3163

  • DVIS offers counseling and shelter to victims of domestic violence. They also offer counseling to perpetrators of DV. The 24 Hour Crisis Line is 918-743-5763

Family Safety Center 918-742-7480

  • FSC provides wrap-around services to victims of domestic violence

Youth Services of Tulsa County 918-382-4446

  • Offers counseling to youth and their family to resolves issues creating problems in their lives. 311 s. Madison Ave., Tulsa.

Oklahoma Center for Equality 918-631-2722

  • Adult individual, substance abuse and PTSD counseling available at no cost. Appointments are required.

Department of Human Services (DHS)

  • Tulsa County 581-2401
  • Adult Protective Services 800-522-3511
  • Child Abuse Reports 800-522-3511
  • Child Care Licensing 800-347-2276
  • Child Support Enforcement – East 295-3500
  • Child Support Enforcement – West 800-522-2922
  • Child Welfare 933-4500
  • Day Care Assistance 521-3931
  • Food Stamps 521-3444
  • TANF Applications 521-4391
  • Vocational Rehabilitation 581-2327
  • Creek County 746-3300
  • Mayes County 824-4900
  • Okmulgee County 752-2002
  • Osage County 287-5800
  • Rogers County 283-8300
  • Wagoner County 614-5000
  • Laureate Psychiatric Clinic 481-4000OU Psychiatric Clinic 660-3130
  • Parent Child Center 599-7999
  • Parkside 582-2131
  • SafeLine 800-522-7233
  • Shadow Mountain 492-8200
  • The Tristesse Center (Grief Center) 587-1200
  • Laureate Psychiatric Clinic 293-2100
  • Youth Services of Tulsa County (up to 23 yrs) 582-0061