211 Eastern Oklahoma

Eastern Oklahoma’s free and confidential link to health and human services, 24/7.

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211 Eastern Oklahoma enhances access to community services as a sustainable, easy-access system for information and referral to community services for those who need help and those who provide help. Driven by national accreditation standards, 211 Eastern Oklahoma is available to 100% of the population no matter where they live or what type of telecommunications device they use in Oklahoma. Information on thousands of relevant community services in Eastern Oklahoma is available via phone call, text message or online.

211 Oklahoma is a statewide program managed by two regional organizations: Tulsa-based Community Service Council serving 37 counties in Eastern Oklahoma, and Oklahoma City-based HeartLine serving Western Oklahoma. 

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Tameka Collins, Program Manager
918-295-1244
tcollins@csctulsa.org
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This initiative aligns with CSC’s overall strategic plan.  Learn More

Our Work At-A-Glance

  • 24/7 free service: call, text or online search
  • Clearinghouse for disaster resources in a community emergency
  • On-line database of 6,000 services
  • Printed resource guides for basic needs and seasonal services
  • Specialized triage and screening services for partner agencies
  • Data on community needs and gaps in services

Additional Resources

211NewsFlash
 Email us to sign up for 211 NewsFlash
Text 211OKNews to 898-211 to receive 211 NewsFlash by text message

211 Data
 Trending Now Report: Community needs most affecting Oklahomans today

211 Resources
 Printable resource guides


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Improving Oklahomans’ Lives Through Research, Planning and Action