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405-354-9456 | 4 North 6th, Yukon, OK 73099 | Open third Thurs. of each month (1-7 p.m.)
The agency provides help with utilities and rent if a cut-off notice or eviction notice has been received, for Yukon residents. A clothes closet, food bank, and aid with obtaining prescription drugs are all available. Eviction or cut off notice required. Eastern Canadian county for utilities and rent. Food, prescriptions, and clothes. Yukon only.
405-348-5195 | P.O. Box 5043, Edmond, OK 73083 | Mon – Fri, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | < a href="www.shepherdsoflove.org">www.shepherdsoflove.org
Offers financial assistance for utility bills. Have bills in hand when calling. (No rent or rent deposit.)
405-246-1100 | 1001 N. Pennsylvania Ave., OKC, OK 73107 | www.salvationarmyokcac.org
-Emergency financial assistance for utilities (depends on availability of funds), Department of Human Services (DHS) – Call individual offices for information on assist, Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), benefits to help low-income elderly and disabled persons with heating fuel and utility bills (gas and electric only)
-Emergency shelter for men
-Emergency family and women’s shelter
-Red Shield Diner & Kitchen serves meals free to the community
-Boys and girls club program provides children with meals, homework assistance, character-building activities and recreation activities at the center, located at 2808 S.E. 44th and 201 S. Bickford in El Reno, 73036
-Serves Oklahoma, Canadian and Cleveland Counties
Find out more about how to get help with paying bills, rent, mortgages, debts and more.
405-232-7164 | 1335 W. Sheridan, OKC, OK 73106 | www.jesushouseokc.org
-Used clothing free of charge; first come, first serve
-Meals provided daily to the public – weekdays-3 hot meals (7:30 a.m., 12 p.m. & 4:30 p.m.), weekends-2 hot meals (10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.)
-Food baskets (M-W-F, 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.)
-Furniture and appliance assistance
-Emergency shelter (single men & women age 18 and over)
-Utility assistance when possible
405-232-2266 | 127 N.W. 7th, OKC, OK 73102 | https://www.stpaulsokc.org/guild-of-saint-george
-Help with prescriptions: will take first 15 applicants, assists up to $30.00, does not help with antidepressants, hormones, or pain medications, must come in person for assistance
-Small food pantry in conjunction with the Food Bank of Oklahoma
-Provides mobile meals to home-bound seniors
-Bus pass for job interview or doctor appointment, extended bus passes for new job until first paycheck
-Provides assistance with utility bills
405-354-9591 | 119 S. 6th St., Yukon, OK 73099 | www.compassionatehandsyukon.com
-Serves zip code: 73099
-Referrals to community resources
-Housing and emergency shelter
-Transportation for elderly
405-523-3000 | 1232 N. Classen Blvd., OKC, OK 73106 | www.catholiccharitiesok.org
Supports central and western Oklahoma and serves all regardless of race, religion, ability to pay, or national origin. Services include:
-Adoption and pregnancy services: Provides support and counseling for birth parents and adoptive parents
-Offers counseling, support and education program that provides professional outpatient counseling services for families, children and individuals needing short-term professional help
-Disaster services: immediately following a disaster, may provide emergency assistance funds for food, shelter, clothing and other basic necessities
-Emergency rent and utility assistance: developed to be a stopgap for clients that have found themselves in a crisis and need assistance with housing or utility deposits, or with a housing or a utility payment (gas, water, or electric). Assistance can only be provided once a year.
-HOPE: a family support service with a long-term case management program
–Sanctuary Women’s Development Center provides a safe, secure, empowering environment for at-risk women and their children
–Holy Family Home provides supportive transitional housing in a residential setting for homeless women and children
-Housing services: Opportunity for affordable housing to low-income families or individuals
–Villa Isenbart is sponsored by Catholic Charities, is an affordable housing development for people who are 62 years and older and who meet specific income requirements as required by HUD
–Trinity Gardens is designed for persons who are 62 years of age and older and of specific incomes
-Immigration legal services
Oklahoma small businesses that experience substantial economic loss because of Coronavirus can receive low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital if their state qualifies for such federal funds. The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management has a form for assistance available here.
OSSBA has gathered a variety of resources and tips to help Oklahoma school districts proactively prepare for the Coronavirus threat. As of March 19, the state of Oklahoma has 44 positive cases of Coronavirus. We encourage school districts to proactively communicate with families about preparatory activities. Click here to see the latest status from the Oklahoma State Department of Health, and view their new Coronavirus tracking dashboard here.
Provides short term care for children while parents work through a crisis. Parents voluntarily allow their children to stay in safe, loving homes while they seek to restore stability in their lives. Typically, the assistance to these families lasts only a few months.
Open 24 hours a day| http://www.crisisnurseryokc.com/
The OKC Crisis Nursery offers emergency care for children in crisis for up to 48 hours. (Similar to day care, but free and short-term.)
Neighbor helping neighbor | https://beaneighbor.ok.gov/s/
Be A Neighbor is a movement of relational transformation sweeping across our state. By leveraging the power of technology, BeANeighbor.org will bring to light and strengthen connections, county by county, of people ready to help their fellow Oklahomans achieve lasting change and independence. If you are in need of help, or you want to get more engaged in your community to help others, this website is meant to be a tool for you to find your closest neighbor.
Crossings will be partnering with Feed the Children to help provide boxed, emergency meal kits to children in need. Sign up to serve on the response team, which will be utilized as needed in the in the following areas:
-Deliver emergency food packages to homes in the area.
-Volunteer with the mobile meals to deliver food to seniors.
-Assisting with special needs of shut-ins, seniors, or individuals unable to leave their homes.
Some of our local ministry partners and associates are making adjustments to continue serving those who are most at risk and vulnerable in our community during this time.
Serve opportunities may develop further over the weeks ahead, but here are a few of the immediate needs:
-Assist in receiving food donations
-Assist with food collection at local groceries and restaurants
-Pack and distribute emergency food packages
-Distribute boxed meals via mobile drive-thru(s)
Local Ministry Partners
Meals on Wheels OKC
Edmond Mobile Meals
BritVil Community Food Pantry
Volunteer teams are limited in number. Various roles and service shifts available. Contact Sue Butler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project 66 (Edmond)
2612 S. Kelly Ave, Edmond, OK 73013 | Phone: 405-341-1353 | Volunteers are limited to 5 per service shift. The shifts are on a first come, first served basis (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday – 9:30 AM-12 PM and Monday, Thursday – 5:45-8 PM). Volunteers contact Jessica at email@example.com.
405-341-3111 | 25 W 3rd Street, Edmond, OK 73003
Contact Edmond Mobile Meals: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ending Hunger OKC
405-609-1035 | 222 NW 15th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73103
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Bible App for Kids
The Parent Cue
405-341-1353 | 2612 S. Kelly Ave Edmond OK 73013 | https://www.project66.org
Contact Project 66: firstname.lastname@example.org
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405-842-1275 | 8717 N Western Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73114 | http://www.helpbritvil.com/
Contact BritVil Community Food Pantry: email@example.com
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Teacher: Brent Vawter
Dates: March 27 – May 1
Many people learn better in a one-to-one relationship. If you are interested in learning a great method to spiritually invest in another person, join this class to walk through a wonderful tool that helps facilitate learning one-on-one.
Ever desire to make a change in your life but end up failing after a few tries, only to return to your old habits and destructive behavior? Explore the seven foundational principles that make accountability work, and identify why accountability so often fails. Research and Scripture are clear, the potential for growth increases when we do it in community with the support and encouragement of others.
CareSeries classes and groups include dinner (pizza and salad bar) from 5:30 p.m.-6:20 p.m. in the Atrium prior to regular meeting time from 6:30-7:45 p.m. CareSeries is held at Crossings Community Church – OKC Campus, and adult courses are held on the second floor, in the Adult Education wing, unless otherwise noted. Please enter through the southeast entrance of the building by the Gym or the east entrance by the Atrium.
Preregistration is not required, but we’d love to know you’re planning to attend! You can RSVP by clicking the red “RSVP” button below to let us know you’re coming.
Are you new to CareSeries at Crossings OKC? Check out this OKC Campus map for parking lot and classroom details or explore our LifeCare page right here to learn more!
One of the foundational components of a healthy marriage is good communication. Learn and practice communication basics to increase your connection as a couple and improve your ability to walk through conflict as a team.