Community Resource Guide - Oklahoma School Closures


In the event of public school closures resulting from a potential teacher walkout, the Tulsa Area United Way will serve as a central repository of support services for students, parents and their families.

The United Way will list all available services on its website in the event of school closures.

Both United Way partner agencies and non-affiliated agencies, including faith-based services, in Tulsa and our six-county service area, will be included in this list. 

If your organization will be offering services for students and parents and would like to be included in this repository, please click here to complete our registration form.

Important: many organizations may be offering services at multiple locations. Please complete a separate form for each location, including address and contact information. 

A wide variety of local organizations will be providing services such as food assistance, organized activities, and child care, among others.

We believe this effort will aid in avoiding duplication of services, decreasing the volume of agencies reaching out to public schools, and helping students and parents quickly locate the assistance that they may need. 

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