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FOOD:

Regional Food Bank
Address: 3355 S Purdue, Oklahoma City, OK 73137
About: The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma distributes food through a network of more than 1,300 charitable feeding programs and schools in 53 central and western Oklahoma counties.

 

CLOTHING:

Christian Service Center
Address: 115 SW 24th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73109
About: Oakcrest Church of Christ offers clothing.

Jesus House Warehouse
Address: 1335 W Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73106
About: Jesus House has a free clothing and furniture program. Open Monday through Friday, they distribute clothing furniture, and household goods to low income households.

Skyline Urban Ministry
Address: 500 SE 15th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73129
About: The Clothing Closet is open to the public. We ask for a donation of $.50 or more per item during these times. Families referred to Skyline may select up to 10 items of clothing and one pair of shoes per person in the family, free-of-charge.  Families may visit the closet 3 times a year for free clothes.

Suited for Success
Address: 4149 Highline Boulevard, Suite 370, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73108
About: Suited For Success is dedicated to helping economically disadvantaged women secure and retain employment. Our goal is to provide women with free business attire and give them the opportunity to attend career development workshops to increase their interpersonal skills in a business context.

 

INFANT:

Infant Crisis Center
Address: Donald W. Reynolds Center, 4224 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73105
About: Infant Crisis Services supplies life-sustaining formula and food as well as diapers and clothing for babies and toddlers in times of crisis. Provide up to five total visits during the baby or toddler’s first 48 months (4 years).

Family Expectations
Address: 3 E Main St, Oklahoma City, OK 73104
About: The program is designed specifically for couples who are expecting or just had a baby. Classes are held in a casual, comfortable, home-like environment with a meal provided. You attend class once a week and can choose from weekday or weekend classes. Each class is worth a set amount of Crib Cash and you’ll earn more every time you complete a class. You can then buy things in The Crib with Crib Cash, just like real money.  The Crib is a store located inside Family Expectations that is stocked full of baby items.

WIC Program
About: WIC provides nutritious foods to supplement the diets of women, infants, and children. WIC foods are specifically chosen to provide the nutrients you and your children need. Serving women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or have recently given birth, infants and children up to the age of five.

 

UTILITIES:

Bethany First Nazarene Church
Address: 6789 NW 39th Expressway, Bethany, OK 73008
About: Provides utility assistance to local Bethany residents (Zip codes 73008 & 73122). Church may assist with up to 60 dollars towards the bill once per 12 months to be paid directly to the utility company.

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Oklahoma City
Address: 1501 N Classen Boulevard, Oklahoma City, Ok 73106
About: Offers utility assistance to Oklahomans who are behind on their utility bills. Recipients must enroll in a budgeting class. They only accept the first eight recipients each Monday morning.

Christ the King Catholic Church, St. Lawrence Ministry
Address: 8005 Dorset Drive, Oklahoma City, OK 73120
About: Provides utility, food and rental assistance for those within parish boundaries of the church. Home visit required.

Corpus Christi Catholic Church – SVDP
Address: 1005 NE 15th Street, Oklahoma City, Ok 73117
About: Electricity and water assistance only, up to about $100 every two years. Only clients within the parish boundaries are served. Calls are taken and returned when money allows.

Epiphany of the Lord Catholic Church – SVDP
Address: 7336 W Britton Road, Oklahoma City, Ok 73132
About: Provides utility and rental assistance. Services are available as funds and volunteers are available. Please, give a couple of days to return the call.

Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs
Address: 2311 N Central, Oklahoma City, OK 73152
About: Emergency situations only, arising from an interruption or loss of job and income as a result of an illness, injury or a disaster such as loss of home due to fire, flood or storm. Application must originate at the local post or chapter level of the veterans service organizations. It will be completed by a Post Office Officer according to instructions and forwarded to Muskogee Claims Officer for adjudication.

Oklahoma Gas and Electric
Address: Oklahoma City, OK 73101
About: Lend-a-Hand billpay assistance, weatherization assistance program, Free A/C tune ups and duct system inspection and repair for homeowners and renter.

Our Ladys Cathedral Catholic Church – SVDP
Address: 3214 North Lake, Oklahoma City, OK 73118
About: Provides limited utility and prescription assistance.  Appointment required, caseworker will visit client at their home.

Salvation Army Central Oklahoma Area Command
Address: 1001 N Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City, OK 73107
About: Provides emergency utility assistance (not water) on past due or cut off notices for low-income families when funds are available. Assistance for utility is given once in a twelve month calendar years. Unable to assist on deposits.

St Francis Catholic Church – SVDP
Address: 1901 NW 18th, Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Phone: (405) 528-0485 Main Phone
Email: krausinc@sbcglobal.net
About: Provides limited assistance with utilities, rent, prescriptions and holiday assistance, if funds are available. Services limited to residents of the 73106 zip codes specifically.

St James the Greater Catholic Church
Address: Oklahoma City, OK 73109
About: Provides limited assistance with utilities, depending on availability of funds. Does not provide rental assistance. Boundaries: SW 36th to SW 89th, west of Western and east of May. A home visit is required.

St Patrick Catholic Church
Address: Oklahoma City, OK 73107
About: Provides limited assistance with utilities and prescriptions for those within the parish boundaries. St. Patrick Catholic Church is a member of Juan Diego Conference.

St Vincent De Paul Society
Address: Oklahoma City, OK 73122
About: Provides temporary help for individuals living in zip code areas 73122, 73112, 73132 & 73008 with utilities. Must live within St. Charles church boundaries. Utility bills are paid directly to OG&E, ONG, and the water company.  Unable to assist clients with deposits.

 

ELDER SERVICES/DISABILITY SERVICES:

Advantage Services
Address: 4345 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73105
About
: The ADvantage Program of the Home-and Community-Based Services provides Medicaid services to help people stay at home instead of going to a nursing home. The program assists frail elders and adults who have physical disabilities. A person must first qualify for Medicaid, a low income service prior to receiving ADvantage.  ADvantage cannot be provided for children or those individuals with developmental disabilities.  Individuals with Advantage waiver can utilize Adult Day Care Services while caregiver is working.

  • Oklahoma Adult Day Care Services
    • Address: Adult Day Services Association of Oklahoma, PO Box 1383, El Reno, OK 73036
    • Phone: (405) 640-8040
  • Oklahoma Department of Human Services
    • Address: Sequoyah Memorial Office Building, 2400 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73105
      • P.O. Box 25352, Oklahoma City, OK 73125
    • Phone: (405) 271-6868

Older Americans Act (Title V) Senior Community Services Employment Program
About: Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a community service and work-based job training program for older Americans. Authorized by the Older Americans Act, the program provides training for low-income, unemployed older Americans 55 years and older.  The Department of Human Service-Aging Services administrators the grant and provides work-based job training and Community Services in 34 counties.  The services are provided through three identified sub-contractors which are listed below and the remaining Oklahoma counties are covered by National SCSEP Grantees.

  • Oklahoma Department of Human Services – Aging Services Contact

Sunbeam Family Services
About: Provides temporary shelter for adults, primarily over age 60 who are living in situations of abuse, neglect, exploitation or self-neglect.  Must be able to care for themselves and be on less than 8 medications.  Requires a doctor’s note in order to be accepted.

Alzheimer’s Safe Return Program and Medicalert Foundation
About: If an individual with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia wanders and becomes lost, caregivers can call the 24-hour emergency response line at 800-625-3780 to report it.

Oklahoma Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program
Address
: 3325 N Lincoln Blvd, OKC
Phone: 405-523-4810

Veterans Hospital (Prosthetics)
Address: 921 NE 13th St, 1st Floor, Rm 1B103, OKC
Phone: 405-456-4212
About: Wheelchairs, crutches, walkers, etc. Veterans only.

Bob McVay Stroke Support Group
Address: Integris Southwest Medical Center, Cancer Center West, 4401 S Western, OKC
Phone: 405-644-6867
About: For stroke survivors, families & caregivers

Citywide Stroke Group
Address: 5700 N Portland, Suite 103, OKC For stroke survivors, family, and friends.
Phone: 405-272-6554
About: Meets at American Heart Association office

Dialysis & Transplant Support Group
Phone: 405-640-7949
About: Mayflower Congregational Church, 3901 NW 63rd St, OKC 405-949-1838

The Friendship Line
Phone: 800-971-0016
About: Phone counseling & outreach service for persons 60 & older. Provides emotional support, well-being checks and medication reminders.

Lifespan Respite Voucher Program
Phone: 405-271-5700
About: Vouchers for caregivers of persons from birth to age 59. Allows caregiver to pay someone for respite service. 

Vision USA
Phone: 800-766-4466
About: Provides free eye exams to eligible, low-income individuals. Must have no private or government insurance (including Medicare or Medicaid), have low income, have not had an eye exam in the past 24 months, must be a US citizen or legal resident.

American Hearing Aid Center
Phone: 405-842-8377
Address: 5820 N May Ave, OKC
About: Hearing evaluations, hearing aids, hearing aid service and batteries. No charge for hearing aid checks and hearing tests.

Senior Citizen Hearing Aid Project
Phone: 866-309-1717
About: Administered by the OK School for the Deaf – Interpreter services, specialized equipment, relay service and information and referral. Hearing aids & other assistive devices. Sliding scale. Need proof of income.

Citadel-Native American Center
Address: 2808 SE 44th, OKC
Phone: 405-619-7077
About: Provides seniors with a meal a Noon meal.

Rebuilding Together
Address: 730 W Wilshire Blvd, OKC
Phone: 405-607-0464
About: Provides free home repairs to low-income, (55+) elderly homeowners. North to Danforth; South to SW 89th St.; East to Post Rd; and West to Countyline Rd.

Rebuilding Together of Cleveland County
Phone: 405-420-2027
About: Provides free home repairs to low-income, elderly homeowners. Applications taken June through January and the work is performed the following April.

Pet Food Pantry of Oklahoma City 
Phone: 405-664-2858
About: Non-profit organization provides dog and cat food to low-income seniors, veterans and the homeless. Will deliver food to your home if 67+.

Courageous Amputees
Address: Integris Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Hospital, 4100 S Douglas Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73109
Phone: 405-552-2847
Phone: 405-949-3253

 

TRANSPORTATION:

Cart – (Cleveland County Area Rapid Transit)
Phone
: 405-325-2278
Address: 510 E Chesapeake St, Norman
About: Public transportation in Norman, as well as a commuter route to Oklahoma City, the Sooner Express. Seniors 60 years + or disabled ride $.35 in Norman and $1.50 for Sooner Express. Discounted monthly passes available. Some free bus passes granted to low-income riders for Norman route. Call for more information & application.

RSVP Provide-A-Ride
Address: 7401 NE 23rd St, OKC
Phone: 405-605-3106
About: Curb-to-door transportation provided by senior volunteers. Transportation to medical appointments for low to moderate-income persons age 60 and older. Participants must be enrolled in the program. Rides must be scheduled 10 days or more in advance. Donations suggested.

 

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