Pointing you in the right direction
We understand that there are limits to how we can assist. This page is a resource page dedicated to like-minded organizations that serve the community in different ways. Please contact us if you want to appear on this page or alternatively no longer offer assistance.
- This site lists 88 treatment centers. http://www.treatmentcentersdirectory.com/Oklahoma/Oklahoma-City/
We recommend that you first contact your church or churches in the area.
Most organizations will pay the last portion of the bill, in addition, most places will only help once every two to three years and some only once a lifetime.
- Baptist Mission Center – May have some very limited emergency funding. 2125 Exchange Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73108. (405) 235-6162
- Carolyn Williams Center – Services available include Transitional Living Program for homeless young men ages 18-24. There may also be charge due from clients. This can include $100.00 for paying a security deposit, $175.00 monthly program fee (includes utilities and food). Other resources from the center include a Case Manager and Resident Manager on Site, Individual furnished bedrooms, community living environment, and also health and social service referrals are provided. 405-236-0414 ext. 305-Reina Escalante
- Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City – Affordable housing is offered for seniors as well as transitional housing and rent help for single mothers. 1501 N. Classen, Oklahoma City, OK 73106, dial (405) 523-3000
- Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency – Can provide utility and rental assistance. Shelters are offered at some locations too. Other government benefits may be administered from the non-profit. Some clients are issued a interest deferred loan to pay rent or other bills, such as energy. Dial (405) 701-2120 or (405) 282-4332
- Christ the King Church – The faith based group may have very limited assistance for paying rent, housing needs, shelter, and more. (405) 242-4590
- City of Oklahoma City Neighborhood Services – Programs more focus on people looking to buying a home, so those who are transitioning from renting to ownership. The government agency provides rehabilitation loans to homeowners and other home ownership opportunities, information on loan programs, and other aid to first time home buyers. 420 W. Main, 12th Floor, Oklahoma City, call (405)297-2846.
- Corpus Christi – provides assistance to the following zip codes 73131/105/121/141/104/117, call (405) 239-2804
- Epiphany Of The Lord Catholic Church – After an interview from St. Vincent De Paul, emergency funds or loans may be issued for paying rent. Other aid includes information on low income housing, security deposit programs, and other housing solutions. (405) 722-2110.
- Exodus House – People who are being released from prison can find temporary housing, possible money for security deposits and first months rent. 433 N.W. 25th St, Oklahoma City Oklahoma 73103, dial (405) 525-2300
- Guild of St George – Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9am to 12pm, call (405) 232-2266
- Homeless Alliance – Provides help and guidance to people at risk of evictions/foreclosures and the currently homeless. There may be referrals from the Alliance to resources such as the Continuum of Care or Emergency Solutions Grant Program. These are federally funded and, as funding allows will offer emergency rent help, security deposits, utility assistance, and other financial aid. They can also direct individuals to section 8 housing vouchers. 1724 NW 4th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73106, (405) 415-8410.
- Hope Center of Edmond – 1251 N Broadway, Ste A&B, Edmond, OK 73034, (405) 348-1340
- In His Name Ministries, Inc. – This charity can help the disenfranchised, and other needy individuals, particularly by giving financial aid for security deposits and rent. Bethany, Oklahoma. (405) 773-0777
- Jesus House – 1335 W Sheridan, Oklahoma City, Ok 73106, (405) 232-7164
- Latino Community Development Agency – The non-profit can provide transitional housing assistance for homeless families fleeing domestic violence situations. Legal support and other aid is available as well. 420 S.W. 10th Street, Oklahoma City, 73109. (405) 236-0701
- Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma assists with civil legal matters. Services can help with security deposits disputes or illegal or unneeded evictions. Get advice on preventing evictions and homelessness. Tenant / landlord mediation may be provided for rent issues. (866) 817-8151
- Martha’s House and Gatewood – Transitional Living Program for homeless women with children or women expecting their first child. 405-236-0413 ext. 305 Reina Escalante or 405-525-7409 Aloha Clarke
- Mission of Hope – Homeless and people who were evicted can find resources, counseling, and help. 1804 S. Perkins Road, Stillwater, Oklahoma City. (405) 624-3674
- Neighbor for Neighbor – Monday to Friday, 9am to 12pm and 12:30pm to 2pm, call (405) 236-0413
- Neighborhood Services Organization – Call for a variety of housing assistance programs, including permanent housing for the mentally and chronically ill, transitional living and rent assistance for families who are homeless. There is also help for those that are now living in shelters. The non-profit also provides transitional housing for homeless pregnant mothers, and low income housing for homeless young men ages 18-24. They are also a church / faith-based organization that offers both rent and housing solutions and teaching skills to transform lives. 431 S.W. 11th ST, Oklahoma City 73109, (405)236-0413
- Oklahoma City Housing Authority – Provides rental assistance for elderly, low to moderate income families, people who list jobs, as well as home ownership opportunities and self-sufficiency. 1700 NE 4th St., Oklahoma City OK 73117, 405-605-3264
- Oklahoma City Housing Authority – Great resource for section 8 housing. 1700 NE4th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73117 (405) 239-7551
Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency – Assists homeless individuals and families with special needs, and helps people obtain rental assistance and section 8. 100 N.W. 63rd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73126-0720, (405) 848-1144
- Oklahoma Indian Legal Services – Low income Native Americans can receive free legal support. Programs can deal with housing and tenant issues, including discrimination, unsafe living conditions, as well as eviction prevention support. They support the city and greater Oklahoma County region. (405) 943-6457
- Salvation Army – Monday to Friday 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 4pm
- Shepard of Love Ministry – Tuesday and Wednesday 9am to 4pm, call (405) 348-5195
- Single Parents Alliance of America – Provides various assistance programs for single parents. Online resources only: http://www.spaoa.org/
- St James the Greater Catholic Church – 4201 S McKinley, Oklahoma City, OK 73109, (405) 636-6804
- St John the Baptist Catholic Church – Edmond, OK 73034, (405) 216-7554. Only services income qualified people in the parish area.
- St Lawrence Ministry provides rental and maybe other assistance in a limited area of the churches boundaries. They include Britton to north; Portland to west; Kelly to east; 50th by Western & Penn; 39th Expressway by Portland. Call (405) 242-4590.
- The Bethel Foundation – Single mothers may be able to benefit from this non-profit organization. The agency can provide temporary housing for single parents and mothers. They can also arrange other necessities in times of struggle. (405) 286-3700
- Travelers Aid Society Of Oklahoma City, Inc. – This non-profit organization is focused on helping the homeless, low income and poor. There is also support for people that are stranded in the region. They are involved in assisting the homeless and people facing eviction by providing stabilizing resources, such as housing and rent help, to meet basic social needs. They also work with families for long term success.
- YMCA – Women and children who are victims of domestic violence can access housing. 2460 W. I-44 Service Rd, Oklahoma City OK 73112. Call (405)948-1770