59 Partner Agencies
A New Leaf(918) 451-1491 http://www.anewleaf.org/
Provides individuals with disabilities life skills and marketable job training through horticulture therapy, vocational placement, and residential services to increase their independence and individual choices.
Ability Resources(918) 592-1235 http://www.abilityresources.org/
Provides services and information to help people with disabilities attain and maintain personal independence. It provides fall-prevention programs, diabetes education, ADvantage case management as well as information and referral.
American Red Cross, Serving Tulsa Area, Oklahoma(918) 831-1100 http://www.redcross.org/local/oklahoma.html
Helps families prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies, and provides community health education and training programs.
The Arc of Oklahoma(918) 582-8272 http://www.TheArcOK.org
Provides advocacy, education and support to people with developmental disabilities and their families.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma(918) 744-4400 http://www.bbbsok.org/
Facilitates one-to-one mentoring friendships between children and caring volunteers through community-based and site-based programs.
Boy Scouts of America, Indian Nations Council(918) 743-6125 http://www.okscouts.org/
A year-round program providing character-building leadership, life skills and outdoor learning for youth ages 5-21.
The Bridges Foundation(918) 299-2656 http://www.thebridgesfound.org/
Provides employment services and living skills training for adults with developmental disabilities.
Bristow Social Services, Inc.(918) 367-5400 http://www.bristowhelps.org/
Helps those in crisis with emergency utility assistance, prescription help, clothing and more.
Broken Arrow Neighbors(918) 251-7781 http://www.baneighbors.org/
Provides basic needs assistance to financially disadvantaged residents of Broken Arrow.
Broken Arrow Seniors(918) 259-8377 https://www.baseniors.org/
It is the model in the region for promoting healthy, social, emotional and physical engagements for adults 55 and older through programmed activities and social opportunities.
Camp Fire Green Country, Inc.(918) 592-2267 https://www.tulsacampfire.org/
Provides social-emotional development for youth, pre-K through 12th grade, through out-of-school time clubs, youth leadership, and camp and outdoor programs.
CAP Tulsa(918) 382-3200 http://www.captulsa.org
Helps individuals and families in economic need achieve self-sufficiency through early childhood education and asset-building services.
Caring Community Friends, Inc.(918) 224-6464 http://CCFOK.org
Provides basic needs assistance to financially disadvantaged residents of Sapulpa and surrounding communities
Center for Employment Opportunities(918) 894-6561 https://ceoworks.org/locations/tulsa
Dedicated to providing immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women with recent criminal convictions.
The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges(918) 584-8607 https://www.tulsacenter.org/
An adaptive recreational facility providing rehabilitative fitness and services, adaptive sports, adaptive recreation and transition services for people with physical challenges.
Child Abuse Network, Inc.(918) 624-0200 http://www.childabusenetwork.org
Brings multiple agencies together under one roof to provide non-traumatic child abuse investigation and crisis intervention services.
City Year(918) 986-1940 http://www.cityyear.org/tulsa
Partners with public schools to keep students in school and on track to graduate.
Community Service Council(918) 585-5551 http://csctulsa.org
CSC confronts challenges to health, social, education and economic opportunities through research, planning and action, and strategically advances effective community-based solutions.
Creek County Literacy Program(918) 224-9647 http://creekliteracy.org
Provides free confidential tutoring for adults and children.
Crossroads Clubhouse(918) 749-2141 http://crossroadsok.org
A psychosocial clubhouse model program that provides hope, opportunities and choices for adults who have a mental illness.
Crosstown Learning Center, Inc.(918) 582-1457 http://www.crosstowntulsa.org
Provides nationally accredited early care and learning for children through pre-kindergarten, as well as for infants.
Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS)(918) 743-5763 http://www.dvis.org
Provides counseling, shelter, transitional living, advocacy, legal support, childcare, and education services to families affected by domestic and sexual violence.
Eastern Oklahoma Donated Dental Services(918) 742-5544 http://www.eodds.org
Free dental care for low-income seniors and individuals with disabilities in eastern Oklahoma.
Family & Children’s Services(918) 587-9471 http://www.fcsok.org
F&CS heals hurting and abused children, strengthens families, and provides hope and healing for those battling mental illness and addiction.
Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma(918) 749-2551 http://www.gseok.org
A leadership development experience for girls 5-17 to build courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
Global Gardens(918) 878-0556 http://www.global-gardens.org
Empowers low-income students in grades K-6 through garden-based science and peace education.
Goodwill Industries of Tulsa(918) 584-7291 http://www.goodwilltulsa.org
Provides work opportunities, job training and support services for people with disabilities or other employment barriers.
Grand Addiction Recovery Center (formerly 12 & 12, Inc.)(918) 664-4224 https://grandaddictionrecovery.com/
Offers a complete continuum of care with multiple levels of treatment in the most suitable – and least restrictive – environments possible – including medically supervised detoxification, intensive residential treatment, transitional living, expanded outpatient services and, sober living for homeless Veterans in recovery.
Hospice of Green Country(918) 747-2273 http://www.hospiceofgreencountry.org
Provides compassionate and quality end-of-life care to patients and families regardless of ability to pay.
KIPP: Tulsa Public Charter Schools(918) 794-8652 http://www.kipptulsa.org
Provides middle school students with optimum academic and social skills to succeed in high school, college and a competitive world.
Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma(918) 584-3338 http://www.legalaidok.org
Provides assistance to low-income and elderly persons with non-criminal legal issues.
LIFE Senior Services(918) 664-9000 http://www.lifeseniorservices.org
Provides information, education and resources to seniors and their caregivers to promote independence, dignity and quality of life. As of July 2021, RSVP merged with LIFE to give seniors more volunteer opportunities to help nonprofit and public agencies.
Mental Health Association Oklahoma(918) 585-1213 http://www.mhaok.org
Promotes mental health and disorder prevention through advocacy, education, housing and support services.
Morton Comprehensive Health Services(918) 587-2171 http://www.mortonhealth.org
Provides quality, cost-effective and family-based health services with dignity and respect to all people without regard to finances, culture or lifestyle and provides information and support to promote participation in health care decisions.
Okmulgee County Family Resource Center(918) 756-2549 http://www.casasafehouse.org
Provides domestic violence intervention through emergency shelter, counseling/case management, and serves abused/neglected children.
Okmulgee County Homeless Shelter, Inc.(918) 756-9098 http://www.okmulgeehomelessshelter.org
Provides temporary emergency shelter, food, clothing and laundry facilities to move people from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
Okmulgee-Okfuskee County Youth Services(918) 756-7700 http://www.annemoroneyyouthservices.com
Operation Aware of Oklahoma, Inc.(918) 582-7884 http://www.operationaware.org
Equips youth, through prevention education, with the knowledge and skills to make positive life choices.
Owasso Community Resources(918) 272-4969 http://www.owassohelps.org
Provides basic needs assistance to financially disadvantaged residents of Owasso and Collinsville.
Palmer(918) 832-7763 http://www.palmer-tulsa.org
Provides substance abuse outpatient treatment programs for adults and adolescents and residential treatment for women with children.
The Parent Child Center of Tulsa(918) 599-7999 http://www.parentchildcenter.org
Strengthens families to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect through education, prevention, treatment and advocacy.
Reading Partners, Tulsa(918) 949-1979 http://www.readingpartners.org/location/tulsa/
Reading Partners is a national nonprofit that mobilizes communities to provide students with the proven, individualized reading support they need to read at grade level by fourth grade.
The Salvation Army(918) 587-7801 http://www.salarmytulsa.org/
Provides shelter, transitional housing, case management, job readiness and emergency financial assistance for individuals and families. Also provides tutoring and educational programs, positive recreation and character development for youth, and support for families and seniors.
Sand Springs Community Services(918) 245-5183 http://www.sscsok.org
Show, Inc.(918) 224-7214 http://www.showinc.org
Provides services to people with developmental disabilities including: vocational/assisted living services to adults and respite care for children.
Street School(918) 833-9800 http://www.streetschool.org
A tuition-free dropout prevention program that includes education and therapeutic counseling for students in grades 9 – 12.
The Tristesse Grief Center(918) 587-1200 http://www.thegriefcenter.org
Offers grief counseling, education and support for families and individuals of all ages who have experienced a loss.
TSHA, Inc.(918) 832-8742 http://www.tsha.cc
Bridges gaps to improve the quality of life for those affected by hearing loss.
Tulsa Boys’ Home(918) 245-0231 http://www.tulsaboyshome.org
Provides residential treatment for adolescent males with mental health, behavioral and substance abuse issues.
Tulsa CARES(918) 834-4194 http://www.tulsacares.org
Improves the quality of life for people affected by HIV and Hepatitis C through tailored care and comprehensive support that promotes dignity, equity, and optimal health.
Tulsa CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocates(918) 584-2272 http://www.tulsacasa.org
Trains and supports community volunteers to advocate for the best interests of abused/neglected children in the Juvenile Court System of Tulsa County.
Tulsa Community WorkAdvance(918) 442-2200 http://www.workadvance.org
Provides low-income Tulsans with career readiness training, full-time job placement, career advancement services and in-demand, short-term, customized technical skills training at no cost.
Tulsa Day Center(918) 583-5588 http://www.tulsadaycenter.org
Tulsa Day Center provides all-day services for people who are homeless, such as shelter, restroom facilities, case management, and a nurses’ clinic. It also provides emergency night shelter for the most vulnerable.
Wagoner Area Neighbors(918) 485-2309 http://www.wagonerhelps.org
Provides emergency assistance with food, clothing, utilities, rent, prescriptions, personal care, infant needs, and special seasonal programs to Wagoner-area residents.
YMCA of Greater Tulsa(918) 747-9622 http://www.ymcatulsa.org
Provides recreational, educational, health and child care programs for youth, adults and families.
Youth at Heart, Inc.(918) 493-7311 http://www.youthatheart.org
YAH provides high-quality programming through education, enrichment, and experiences to Tulsa’s underserved youth during out-of-school and summer times at local Title 1 schools.
Youth Services of Creek County(918) 227-2622 http://www.yscc.net
Provides crisis intervention, shelter and counseling programs for at-risk youth and families in Creek County.
Youth Services of Tulsa(918) 582-0061 http://www.yst.org
Promotes the potential of all youth through counseling, delinquency prevention, youth development, and runaway and homeless youth services.
YWCA Tulsa(918) 587-2100 http://www.ywcatulsa.org
Eliminates racism and empowers women through health equity and wellness programming, as well as through services for immigrants and refugees.