Islets of Hope assistance programs for persons with diabetes - Tulsa, Oklahoma area
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Oklahoma Emergency and Assistance Resources and Programs for Persons with Diabetes
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American Legion - Carson Wilson Rigney Forrester Post 1, 1120 E. 8th Street Tulsa, OK 74120
Baptist Ministry Center - 312 S. 33rd W. Ave., Tulsa, OK 74127; 918-585-5310. Services: Limited emergency assistance for clothing, household items, and food; Medical /adaptive equipment loan.
Boston Avenue Helping Hands, Inc. - dba Helping Hand Ministry, 700 S. Boston, Tulsa, OK 74119. Phone: 918-584-4701, 918-584-5233 Fax. Services: Emergency help for limited utility and rent assistance, prescriptions, food. Aid limited to once a year; other criteria apply.
Bristow Social Services - 123 W. 6th Street, Bristow, OK 74010. Phone918-367-5400, Fax: 918-367-6981. Services: Social services and emergency aid for: food, clothing, utilities, rent, prescriptions, household items.
Broken Arrow Neighbors - 322 W. Broadway, Broken Arrow, OK 74012. Phone: 918-251-7781
Catholic Charities - P.O. Box 6429, Tulsa, OK 74148-0429. Phone: 918-585-8167, FAX: 918-582-2123. Services: Emergency aid for food, clothing. Also, temporary lodging and aid for poor women who are homeless, pregnant or have infants; emergency lodging for poor families; amd residential care and services for persons with AIDS
Cornerstone Mission of First Baptist Church – Broken Arrow - 210 E. Broadway, Broken Arrow, OK 74012. Phone: 918-251-6679, Church Office: 918-258-4575 Church Office. Services: Emergency assistance for food, clothing, and free clinic for minor medical needs.
Creek Indian Community of Tulsa - 8611 S. Union, Tulsa, OK 74132. Phone: 918-298-2464, FAX: 918-298-2466. Services: For Creek Community Center Members: Diabetic supplies, medical trips to Indian health facilities, grants for education beyond high school.
Day Center for the Homeless - 415 W. Archer, Tulsa, OK 74103. Phone: 918-583-5588, FAX: 918-583-6745. Services: Homeless services: Day center, transportation, mental health intervention, case management, service coordination, homeless shelter. Free low income clinic for homeless persons: health screenings, limited prescriptions, crisis help.
Dayspring Villa - P.O. Box 1588, Sand Springs, OK 74063. Phone: 918-245-4075. Services: Temporary shelter for women and children.
Disabled American Veterans - 3131 E. Pine, Tulsa, OK 74110. Phone: 918-834-4643. Services: Veterans only. Help obtaining emergency financial aid through government veteran agencies
Easter Seal Society, Oklahoma - 2738 E. 51st Street, Suite 130, Tulsa, OK 74105. Phone: 918-743-2311, FAX: 918-749-8510. Services: Financial help for adaptive equipment and prescriptions.
For His Glory - P.O. Box 50754, Tulsa, OK 74150-0754. Phone: 918-584-1808. Services: Shelter for homeless women.
Habitat for Humanity - P.O. Box 1357, Tulsa, OK 74101-1357, 16 E. 7th Street, Tulsa, OK 74119. Phone: 918-592-4224. Services: Homebuilding for low income persons. Families must put in 300 hours of construction work on their home.
Helpline - P.O. Box 52847, Tulsa, OK 74152. Phone: 918-836-4357 Helpline (Voice and TTY), FAX: 918-834-9339, Business Line (Voice and TTY) 918-838-0195; Website: http://www.helplinetulsa.net. Services: Information and referral to community services; crisis hotline.
Tulsa CARES (HIV Resource Consortium) - 3507 E. Admiral Place, Tulsa, OK 74115-8211. Phone (voice and TTY) 918-834-4194, FAX: 918-834-4189, Statewide Toll-Free Voice: 800-474-4872. Services: Emergency services for persons with HIV/AIDS: Food, prescriptions, medical transportation, housing aid, health and mental health services, case management
Indian Health Care Resource Center - 550 S. Peoria, Tulsa, OK 74120. Phone: 918-588-1900. Services: Medical services for eligible persons; sliding scale fees.
John 3:16 Mission Men’s Shelter - P.O. Box 1477, Tulsa, OK 74101. Location address: 506 N. Cheyenne, Tulsa, OK 74103. Services: Homeless shelter for men. Meals at the site.
Kendall – Whittier Ministry
Loaves and Fishes - 11321 E. 19th Street, Tulsa, OK 74128. Phone: 918-234-8577. Services: Emergency food.
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Oklahoma - 2825 E. Skelly Drive, Suite 824, Tulsa, OK 74105. Phone: 918-712-9474; FAX: 918-712-9477. Email: Oklahoma@wish.org. OKC Office: 3030 NW Expressway, Suite 1300, OKC, OK 73112. Phone: 405-943-9600; 405-943-7538. Services: Funds gifts to children with life threatening medical problems. "Wishes" can be for travel, gifts, occupational or celebrity categories.
Morton Comprehensive Health Services
Neighbor For Neighbor - 1506 E. 46th St. N., Tulsa, OK 74126. Phone: 918-425-5578, FAX: 918-425-6935, Clinic: 918-425-5595. Services: Food, clothing, household items, free dental clinic, civil legal services, employment assistance, free medical clinic, eye clinic (exams, glasses, fee for lenses), prescription assistance
Neighborhood Housing Services of Tulsa - 502 S. Main Street, Suite 304, Tulsa, OK 74103. Phone: 918-584-7069, FAX: 918-584-7168. Services: Housing programs, including first-time homebuyer assistance with closing and down payment costs; homebuyer education. Income and other eligibility criteria apply for some programs
Neighbors Along the Line - P.O. Box 27352, Tulsa, OK 74149. Phone: 918-582-3491. Services: Food pantry, must meet income criteria and live in target areas. Free medical clinic; some medications dispensed. Northwest Tulsa residents are primary group served.
Project Get Together
Restore Hope Ministries - 2960 Charles Page Blvd., Tulsa, OK 74127. Phone: 918-582-5766. Services: No-interest loans for emergency needs for rent, utilities, and prescriptions, food assistance clothing assistance.
St. Clement’s Community Outreach
Salvation Army, Social Services Center - 102 N. Denver, Tulsa, OK 74103. Phone: 918-582-7201, FAX: 918-582-4363. Services: Emergency disaster aid, emergency financial assistance for rent, utilities and other needs, emergency shelter. meals for homeless and needy. Travelers assistance for work clothing, transportation, food and lodging.
Sapulpa Corps Community Center - Salvation Army, P.O. Box 1144, Sapulpa, OK 74067. Phone: 918-224-4415, FAX: 918-224-4493. Services: Financial help for food, shelter, utilities, clothing and other emergency needs.
Sand Springs Welfare Association - 15 E. 2nd, Sand Springs, OK 74063. Phone: 918-245-5183
Tulsa County Social Services Department- 2401 Charles Page Blvd., Tulsa, OK 74127-8435. Pone: 918-596-5560, FAX: 918-596-5568, Shelter: 918-596-5591, TTY: 918-596-8525. Services: Food assistance, burial assistance, temporary emergency for shelter, food, clothing, and medical assistance, free clinic for 6-month residents of Tulsa County, who have no other resources, and low cost prescription medications.
Tulsa Development Authority - 110 S. Hartford, Suite 200, Tulsa, OK 74120-1820. Phone: 918-596-2600. Services: For low income owners: Grants for emergency home repair and loans to $20,000.00 for home repairs, for income-eligible owners.
Tulsa Speech and Hearing Association - 8740 E. 11th Street, Suite A, Tulsa, OK 74112-7957. Phone: 918-832-8742, FAX: 918-834-4329. Services: Sertoma Hearing Aid Program: Hearing aid long term loan, reconditioned hearing aids, for age 65 plus and low income individuals. Contact TSHA for details. Financial help for hearing exams, speech therapy.
WA-RO-MA Tri-County Community Action Agency - 324 E. Chestnut, Coweta, OK 74429. Phone: 918-486-2471, FAX: 918-486-5967. 918-486-2230 and 918-486-4678 (all programs). Services: Emergency food, rent and utility assistance, Head Start and Early Head Start, home repair, and housing programs.
Western Neighbors, Inc. - P.O. Box 570976, Tulsa, OK 74157-0976. Service location: 4981 S. Tacoma, Tulsa, OK 74107. Phone: 918-445-8840. Services: For residents of southwest Tulsa: Financial assistance, food, clothing, rent and utilities, based on funds available
Page Updated 09/29/2007