There are still millions of dollars of emergency rental assistance available to Tulsa County residents who need help paying their rent because of job loss or income reduction due to COVID-19. Any household in Tulsa County behind on rent or facing eviction because of the pandemic may be eligible for this rental assistance: APPLY HERE


We are updating this webpage regularly as information becomes available to us from our partners.

COVID-19 Rental Assistance COVID-19 Financial Navigator Program  COVID-19 Kid Care Portal

COVID-19 Resource Hub

211 Eastern Oklahoma serves as a connection hub to thousands of resources for people who need help and don’t know where to turn. Now more than ever, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are fulfilling this vital role as a community directory of critical resources available to people who have been impacted by COVID-19 across Eastern Oklahoma. This webpage is updated regularly and will serve as a one-stop clearinghouse to announce new resources and modifications in the availability of services as the information becomes available to us. Scroll down below the grey resource boxes for updates to local services. 

Our mission is to quickly connect those in need with the nearby services that can help. The updates on this webpage are also reflected in the information our call specialists give to Oklahomans who dial 2-1-1, and in our Online Directory.

211EOK Online Directory Providers: Submit Service Updates 211EOK COVID-19 Cases by ZIP Code

Rent Assistance

The Tulsa Housing Authority has emergency rental assistance payments available to those who need help paying their rent because of job loss or income reduction due to COVID-19.

Apply for Rent Assistance
Rent Assistance Clinics

Utility Assistance

Dial 2-1-1. Please be sure to contact your utilities service provider directly to find out options you may have to avoid disconnection. For PSO, call 1-(888)-832-6279. For ONG, visit

Financial Navigators Program

Get help managing your money or accessing emergency programs because of COVID-19. 

Learn more

Are you being evicted?

Have you received a notice from your landlord or a summons to court? Call 2-1-1 immediately to learn about the resources and support available to you. 211 Eastern Oklahoma can connect you with legal resources to help you through the eviction process. Even if you have not paid your rent, resources are available to help you with advice or representation. If you receive a summons to court, go to your court date. Even if you believe you will be evicted, it is your opportunity to tell the judge about your situation.Seek legal assistance by calling 2-1-1 or submitting your information at Mothers who live in North Tulsa can also seek assistance from Still She Rises.

Learn more THA Emergency Rent Assistance Legal Aid OK Resources National Overview on Eviction Moratorium Rent Assistance Clinics

Apply for SNAP benefits to help with groceries

If you or someone you know is having a hard time paying all your bills or has to choose between groceries and bills, call Hunger Free Oklahoma for help filling out a SNAP application. You can apply for SNAP benefits by phone in less than 30 min with a SNAP specialist. Call 1-877-760-0114 or visit to apply.

Apply Here

Distance Learning/Virtual Working

Apply for free Internet AccessCOVID-19 Kidcare Portal

School Supplies & Technology

Giving 5,000 low-income Oklahoma families $1,500 to purchase curriculum content and/or technology.

Learn more

Testing Sites

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has prepared a list of regional drive-thru testing sites with requirements and capacity varying by location.

Regional Drive-Thru Testing  Tulsa Health Dept. Testing Sites

Mental Health Resources

For free counseling services, call CREOKS at 918-492-2554 or the Reachout hotline at 1-800-522-9054.

Free Crisis CounselingMental Health Association OklahomaCDC: Managing Stress & AnxietyODMHSAS HELPLINE
Parent & Teacher Support Groups

Modifications to Local Services in Response to COVID-19

We are updating this webpage regularly as information becomes available to us from our partners. 211EOK Partners: Email to add your service modifications to this list. 

Service Providers: Submit Service Updates Here

Our Service Area

  • AARP/Tax-Aide: Program closed now for 2020. More info at or call 888-687-2277. Also visit
  • Ability Resources: Staff working remotely through Mar. 30 at least; Independent Living Counselors returning voice messages from Information and Referral inquiries; returning calls same day; For callers needing equipment, if we have the requested item, it can be picked up on Wednesdays. ADvantage Case Managers providing phone monitoring for low-risk members and skipping home visits. For high-risk members (high risk of premature entry to the nursing home), CMgrs are doing phone monitoring and either a face-to-face check-in via Facebook or from a 6 foot distance at the members front door or window.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Northeast Central Service Office: Now open to the public by appointment only, Monday through Friday 12pm to 3pm. Phone always answered 24/7: Call 918-284-1887.
  • ALL-OK Free Counseling: Crisis Counselors available from 8 AM to 4 PM, M-F serving Tulsa County (including Broken Arrow, Owasso, Sand Springs, Bixby, Mannford, Glenpool, Collinsville, and Jenks). Call 918-392-5832 to reach a crisis counselor working under FEMA Bill 4530. Free & confidential. Learn more >
  • Alzheimer’s Association Oklahoma Chapter: 24/7 Helpline: 800-272-3900. Resources for caregivers: and Schedule a free care consultation by phone or video conference by emailing Virtual Education Programs available at Connect with us on Facebook:
  • American Cancer Society: Closed until further notice, including our wig room. For patients needing free transportation to chemo and doctor visits, call 1/866/949-1518.
  • American Legion Post 1: Office temporarily closed but do have food available for veterans by appointment only; Contact the post at for an appointment. We are also accepting food donations as well (planning a drive-through food distribution for veterans in the near future, date to be announced.)  If a veteran needs assistance, email for help with food, shelter, VA claims, etc. Unable to respond to the Veterans Connection requests at this time..
  • ARMS Around BA: Medical clinic and clothing side of the food pantry closed until further notice.
  • Autism Society of America: Autism COVID-19 resources and toolkit available:
  • BA Senior Center: Closed until further notice.
  • Birthright Tulsa: Open, as before, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11 to 3. We require masks and limit entry inside our office to no more than 3. Others may wait outside in the hallway where chairs are arranged. Staff will assist handling articles offered to clients. The toyroom and clothing room are off limits for now, but clothing is made available as are diapers and wipes. Room is sanitized after each visit. 
  • Bread of Life Ministries: Giving out groceries on Tuesdays, 4 – 6 pm; Meals discontinued. Groceries may be picked up weekly.
  • Broken Arrow Neighbors: All clinics have been suspended; Pantry assistance and financial assistance available for Broken Arrow residents; Pantry Service Hours: M and Th, 10 am – 2 pm, Maximum 20 clients; and (M and Th) 5 – 7 pm – For employed clients; Maximum 5 clients. Only two shoppers allowed in pantry at one time (must be 18+ and only one from any household); Client must have own mask/valid face covering; Gloves provided; Social distancing enforced. 
    Financial Assistance Requests: call 918.251.7781 or
  • CAP Tulsa: CAP Tulsa Headquarters is closed to the public until further notice. CAP Tulsa schools will also be closed, and enrolled families will be starting the school year in a distance learning format to ensure the health and safety of our employees, children and families we serve. We will be providing “grab and go” meals for children at our schools, in collaboration with our public school partners. Families can still begin their application online, but in-person interviews, which are required to complete the application process, are postponed until headquarters office is open again. For more information, please visit our website at:
  • Caring Community Friends, Inc.: Expanding financial services to help Sapulpa residents experiencing hardship due to COVID-19 including utility, rent/mortgage and medication. Food assistance available for residents of Sapulpa, Kellyville, Kiefer and Creek Co. residents living in Mounds (not Tulsa Co. or Okmulgee Co.) and Creek Co. residents living in Oakhurst; building, including the Shopper’s Choice Panty, closed to clients; Drive-up food service (M-F) 9 am – 3 pm, by appointment.
  • Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma: Click here for a full listing of service modifications, updated 4/2. Catholic Charities is partnering with GoFresh to distribute FREE food boxes to those in need. The boxes will include fresh produce and dairy products and are available while supplies last. The following dates, times and locations are confirmed with GoFresh. We intend to distribute at the same locations and times each week for 4 to 6 weeks, but this is not guaranteed. Please visit for the most recent information.
  • Catholic Charities of Muskogee: Open and helping with food, diapers, formula, baby items, prescriptions. Hours of operation 9 -11:45 am, Mon. – Fri. (Tues. open until 12:30 pm.) New clients call to do intake over the phone. Doors are locked. Call or knock at the door and we’ll take the food out for you. 
  • Chicasaw Nation: Three COVID19 Testing Centers open at Purcell, Ardmore and Ada (CNMC) Health campuses testing patients, employees and members of the general public with COVID-19 symptoms. Open M-F, 9 am – 4 pm. Must have a photo ID or be accompanied by an adult. No pets in cars. More at
  • Child Abuse Network: Providing forensic interviews and medical exams for urgent needs; Staff working remotely and triaging cases as needed; As always we are only providing services to children/families referred through law enforcement and/or DHS investigators; Please report suspected abuse to DHS hotline (1-800-522-3511) or local law enforcement. 
  • Christ for Humanity: All programs closed until further notice
  • City of Broken Arrow: Launched a COVID-19 Resource Center at with latest BA news, updates on city services, and BA  resources for businesses/workers.
  • City Lights (Night Light): Offices are closed to the public, but they are taking appointments. They are still offering clothing/personal services and meals under the bridge (Maybelle and Brady) on Thursday evenings. Also offers a safe hotel stay for individuals experiencing homelessness and COVID-19 symptoms – referral required. 
  • Coffee Bunker: Operations starting Monday, 6/9: Hours of Operations are Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5 pm; Visitors limited to individuals or small groups fewer than 10; Visits by individuals will be by appointment or by request at the door (notary, food, crisis support); Groups must be scheduled; Will host a claims service officer on Fridays, 9 am – 1 pm; Masks are required; Temperatures will be taken upon entry; Socialization needs will be addressed by scheduled outside activities and service projects; Any meetings after hours must be approved by the Executive Director.
  • CommonGround Church: Food distributed outside the building. Please do not arrive early if you are coming for food. 
  • Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma (updates developing): Volunteer groups limited to <15 people; Collaborating with Tulsa Public Schools and Hunger Free Oklahoma to feed children during school shutdowns; Identifying changes of partner agencies distribution days/times. Offering Drive-Thru Soup Line and Meal Distribution: Thursdays 10am-11am Must pre-register to attend. Registration is limited and determined on a first-come, first-registered basis. Details will arrive after registration is complete. Register at: Each person will receive home-made and flash-frozen soup from the Food Bank and frozen, nutritious ready to heat-and-eat meals provided by Tulsa Kitchen Unite. (Limit is 8 people per household) Each household will also receive additional food items as inventory allows to help put additional food on the table.
  • Community Sharehouse: Closed but phone coverage continues; Personnel will respond to “emergency” furniture needs in a one-on-one setting; Continuing to pickup donated furniture and will have a full inventory when we reopen; Personnel wearing protective equipment and dispatchers are asking COVID-19 appropriate questions before making appointments. 
  • Concern Center (Bartlesville): Call-in process only starting 3/23 (918-336-4693)
  • Cottage of Bartlesville: Closed until further notice; Answering calls through voicemail and website.
  • Coweta Assembly of God: Through 4/4: Clothing Closet closed; Kings Kitchen not delivering meals; DHS Support & Supervised Visitation areas closed; Food Pantry offered Mon. – Thurs., 9 am – 3 pm as long as there is food – the public will be able to pick up food with limited human contact.
  • Creek County Literacy Program: Closed with plans to open April 6. 
  • Crisis Text Line: Open
  • Cura Medical Clinic – Sapulpa: Closed to in-office visits; Utilizing telemedicine services for existing patients; We do not have the ability to test for Covid-19. Email with questions.
  • Deep Fork Community Action Foundation: All services handled in main office (223 W 6th St Okmulgee, OK 74447); Clients should contact us by phone at 918-756-2826, text at 918-759-1898, email to, or through social media platforms. Our main office closes daily at 3:30 pm.
  • Denver House (Mental Health Association OK): Open with limited hours: call 918-382-2435  to get more information on services available. 
  • Delta Dental of Oklahoma Foundation: If you are in dental pain or need urgent dental care during this pandemic, call the the HelpLine at 405-607-4747 (M-F, 8am – 5pm). If you cannot afford the necessary dental care, you may qualify for financial assistance. 
  • Dress for Success: Closed until 3/31
  • Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS): Safe Housing (including DVIS’ shelter and transitional housing apartments) still operating with a reduced workforce; DVIS Legal is safety planning and helping law enforcement as they complete protective orders; Counseling offices have minimal staff during normal business hours for crisis walk-ins; DVIS will begin offering counseling through Doxy tele-services; The Crisis and Information Line is still available 24/7 at 918-743-5763.
  • Dynamic Independence: For people who have SIGNIFICANT DISABLITIES and have been affected by COVID-19 in Washington, Nowata, and Craig Counties located at 415 Dewey Ave. Suite 202, Bartlesville OK. Can help with the following hardships due to COVID-19: Car Repair; Durable Medical Equipment; Food “after all other sources have been exhausted”; Gasoline; Medications; Personal Protection Equipment; Rent or Mortgage payments; Utilities. To request assistance: 918-335-1314.
  • Eastern Oklahoma Development District: No onsite dining; Only takeaway meals; Ombudsman service via phone only.
  • Eastern Oklahoma Donated Dental Services: Only emergency dental cases; Rescheduling all preventive care and restorative treatment appointments.
  • Early Settlement Mediation: Cannot do face-to-face mediations; Some locations may have video-conferencing; Tulsa Residents: To gain entry into the Tulsa Police-Courts Building, you must call 918-596-7786 or 918-596-7746 upon arrival; For more info contact Leilani Armstrong at
  • Employment Resources, Inc. (ERI): Open for now but call instead of visiting the office. Job searches limited as many employers are not hiring during this time.
  • Eyecare America: No new referrals until at least May.
  • Family & Children’s Services: Through June 30, professional services are still being offered through telehealth or teletherapy. New clients, call 918.587.9471 to make an appointment; Current clients call 918.712.4301 to make an appointment; COPES Crisis Hotline is available 24/7 for all children and adults experiencing a psychiatric emergency including thoughts of suicide. COPES offers telephone crisis assessment, stabilization and links to the CrisisCare Center, if a higher level of care is needed. COPES COVID-19 Emotional Support Line has launched for those having a hard time coping and adapting during this pandemic; trained mental health professionals are ready to support and help alleviate anxiety and stress; call 918-744-4800 any time of day or night for help.
  • Family Safety Center: Open for limited public access effective June 1; Staff onsite during regular business hours to respond to phone calls, emails, etc. and to work with victims. If you need to access our services or obtain an Emergency Protective Order, we can help! Masks and temp checks are required.
  • First Baptist Church of Antlers: Pantry is still in operation; All other services are suspended. 
  • First Baptist Church of Glenpool: Utility assistance program suspended until further notice.
  • First Baptist Church of McAlester: All services suspended until further notice.
  • First Baptist Church Poteau: Food pantry closed.
  • First Baptist Church of Tulsa: Beginning June 1, the Caring Center will open back up with food and clothing distribution on our usual schedule but with social distancing and limited number of people in the building. Our Caring Center will continue to distribute food Monday – Thursday 10 am -11 am. Clothing and utility assistance are suspended until further notice. 
  • Food on the Move: Mobilizing to serve more individuals living within food deserts of North Tulsa through Drive Through and Drop Off program, which helps support local restaurants while adhering to social distancing guidelines. More here >
  • Frontline Family Solutions (Serving McClain and Garvin Counties): Working virtually but taking calls 9-5 at 405-527-2424. Providing emergency diapers (while supplies last – we are taking diaper donations!), virtual crisis counseling (must have child/children in home 18 or younger), virtual parent support and education programs, Connection to local resources and case management.
  • Genscript Pharmacy: All locations will operate as drive-thru only until further notice. Free mail and home delivery options also available.
  • Go Life Medical Mobile: Closed until at least 4/6.
  • Good Samaritan Health Services: Various closures at various locations. 
  • Goodwill Tulsa/VITA: Taxpayers can go to to get into the queue or if you have questions. No cost tax preparation services provided remotely; Registration Ends September 25; Learn how to register at
  • Goodwill Job Connection Centers: ARE OPEN! Limited seating, masks required, no children allowed. Learn more >
  • Grand Gateway Area Agency on Aging: Halted all new applications for Senior Community Service Employment Program until further notice.
  • Gospel Rescue Mission: No changes to shelter and meal program for now.
  • Harvest House: Returning to our building and our regular schedule beginning 5/18/20.
  • Health & Wellness Center: Change of hours, offering telemedicine. 
  • Health Outreach Prevention Education (H.O.P.E. Clinic): All services available but by appointment only (Mon. 9am-8pm, Tues. 9am-6pm, Wed. 9am-6pm, and Thurs. 9am-8pm)
  • Helping Hands Food Pantry (Pickens/McCurtain County): Closed. Please note: this is a different agency than Helping Hands Ministries below.
  • Helping Hands Ministries: Drive-thru only (Tues/Thurs from 11 am – Noon (or until we run out of food) until June 11; Drive-thru located on the south side under covered area. After June 11, food pantry will be back inside the building. Financial assistance still needs an appointment.
  • H.O.P.E. Clinic: All services available but on appointment-only basis (Mon. 9 am-8 pm, Tues. 9 am-6 pm, Wed. 9 am-6 pm, and Thurs. 9 am-8 pm)
  • Hunger Free Oklahoma: Prepared a website for Oklahomans to find a meal site near you during school closures due to COVID-19; For kids ages 1 – 18. For more information on food resources available to Oklahomans during to COVID-19: 
  • Humane Society of Tulsa: Operating as normal with exception to intakes; Adoption center is open for potential adopters or fosters during our standard hours; Not accepting animals for intake at this time.
  • Inca Community Services (serves Atoka, Johnston, Marshall and Murray counties): Some of our programs and services that serve vulnerable populations will continue to remain closed until further notice: Head Start & Early Head Start: All classrooms will remain closed. Staff will continue to provide remote support for families; Clothing Banks will remain closed until further notice; CSFP Food Boxes distribution is suspended until June. Our programs and services that have remained opened during the closure, and are considered essential will continue to operate under the health and safety precautions currently implemented: JAMM Transit: Will continue to provide rides. Limited passengers on vehicles, and social distancing will remain in effect; VITA: Will continue to accept drop off taxes at this time; On-Site Assistance/Supportive Services/Emergency Assistance: Our county offices will remain open, and continue helping as they have during the “Safer at Home” Order. Clients seeking support and assistance will be asked to adhere to safety precautions.
  • INCOG Senior Services: Click herefor a full listing of service modfications.
  • Iron Gate: For Community Meal: Morning meal is 8:30 – 9:30 am daily; Served “to-go” style. For Grocery Pantry: Drive-thru on Mon., Wed. and Fri. from 1 – 2 pm. You need to be pre-registered through the Iron Gate website or Facebook page; Once spaces are filled, registration will be closed for that day; Non-registered people will be served as we are able after those we are registered.
  • James Mission Tulsa: We moved locations and are on limited services for foster families only with our Loads of Love Program. We are open at this time providing contact-less emergency filled bags with our Load of Love Program for children placed into emergency foster care. A foster parent can contact us at 918-946-7263 to arrange a pick up of a Load of Love bag that is filled with a weeks worth of clothing, toiletries, socks, undies a pair of shoes, diapers/wipes (if needed). They will need to show proof of OKDHS placement. At this time we do not offer any other services.
  • Jenks Community Food Bank: As of 4/9/2020 suspending food distribution: closed.
  • Keddo Area Agency on Aging: All nutrition sites are having participants drive to centers to receive a to-go meal; Participants are not allowed to sit in a dining room setting until further notice.
  • Kendall Whittier, Inc.: Expanding Emergency Food Pantry to deliver a package of groceries and food item to residents living in the Kendall Whittier, Crutchfield and The Pearl districts (this is areas between 11th Street on the south, Pine Street on the north, Lansing on the west and Harvard on the east). Contact them if you are in need of emergency grocery items or food. Volunteers return calls from blocked and private numbers. If your phone does not receive blocked calls, they cannot reach you. Food is delivered by appointment only and cannot be delivered until you have been contacted. Call 918-592-3000 for English. Llama a 918-760-0989 para Español.
  • Lefty’s on Greenwood: Free food program now closed.
  • Legal Aid Services: No walk-ins. Support is available for those unemployed because of COVIID-19. Learn more here >
  • Life Senior Services: No walk-ins or community outreach. Senior line remains open. 
  • Loaves and Fishes Ministries: New times starting July 7: MEALS: Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat – serving meal from 10:00 – 10:30 AM. FOOD PANTRY: Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Food Distribution program starts each day @ 10:30 AM – plan on being at ministry for 30 minutes. Provide dry goods, produce and meat.
  • MCM Community Food Pantry: Closed; reopening 4/14; drive-thru model.
  • Prepared by Hunger Free Oklahoma for families to find a meal site near them during school closures due to COVID-19; For kids ages 1 – 18.
  • Meals on Wheels Tulsa: Waiving current guidelines and restrictions: Now provide meals to individuals, regardless of age, who have special needs or are physically unable to prepare their own meals; Will also provide meals for others in the home.
  • Medical Equipment Assistance Program: Hours are Tue-Fri 8:30-5:00; Anyone needing service please call first (580-490-1833).
  • Memorial Drive UMC Food Pantry: Closed
  • Mend Medical Clinic & Pregnancy Resource Center: Baby supply and education programs suspended until further notice.
  • Mental Health Association Oklahoma: Denver House open with limited hours – call 918-382-2435 to get more information on services available; 24 hour locations (Yale, Altamont) have essential staff only and doing wellness checks; Leasing offices have limited hours; Property management completing only priority work; Holidng online-only support groups through Zoom begining 3/23; Still taking calls though SunBridge/Mental Health Assistance Center (918-585-1213); Still looking at assistance requests submitted via the web form (
  • Merge Church: Drive-thru operating until further notice but held at Praise Christian Faith Center 4748 S. 31st W Ave Tulsa; 3rd Tuesday of each month, 6 – 8 pm.
  • Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority: Temporary free fare in April; For more info:
  • The Ministry Center: Closed.
  • Morton Comprehensive Health Services: Nowata location closed; Dental is emergencies only, Transportation routes closed; Only homeless shelters on a case-by-case basis. 
  • NAR-ANON Family Groups: All meetings on hold until further notice.
  • Narcotics Anonymous: Please see website for meeting updates. Some are beginning to open up.
  • Native American Citizens: A call center (1-833-528-0063) has been established for tribal citizens who have questions about COVID-19. It is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday-Friday. If tribal citizens have symptoms like cough, fever or respiratory problems, they should contact their Cherokee Nation Health center first, before entering. Local meetings and at-large community gatherings are also being postponed for the time being to help keep our employees and tribal citizens safe. 
  • Neighbors Along the Line: Clinics suspended until further notice.
  • New Hope Oklahoma: Afterschool program suspended until further notice; Annual summer camp may be suspended; Spring fundraiser and benefit concert canceled; Working to set up online donations for meals for our families; Contact email: 
  • Northeast Oklahoma Alcoholics Anonymous: Closed to the public; Phones continue to be answered 24/7 (call 918-627-2224) and email ( checked regularly. Visit for updates.
  • Northstar Church (Pryor): Food pantry open Thurs. 10 am – 2 pm and 3rd Wednesday night from 6 – 8 pm via drive-thru only, serving everyone in Mayes County. Requirements are those set by the USDA for TEFAP (income based). We do have food on hand for those who may fall outside of these guidelines but still need assistance. Guests may now come 2x/month for food (instead of once/month.) 
  • Oklahoma Department of Commerce: Prepared webpage at with resources for businesses impacted by COVID-19.
  • Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS): All office visitation is now by appointment only; people are encouraged to visit these websites first: and Any outside visitor to OKDHS offices must have an appointment set through 405-522-5050. 
  • Oklahoma Disability Law Center: All ofiice locations closed until at least 4/16; Phone lines are still active during normal business hours.
  • Oklahoma Grocery Network: Online Facebook community of volunteers willing to help high risk people with their grocery delivery needs during the pandemic. WE DO NOT PROVIDE FOOD. You purchase the groceries (or schedule a food bank pickup) and our volunteers deliver them to your doorstep. FREE service. Join the Facebook group: “Oklahoma Grocery Network” on Facebook:  to connect with a volunteer in your area. Call us! Dial 918-409-2594 and leave your name, number, your hometown and your needs. We will get back to you as soon as possible. E-mail us at with your name, hometown and need.
  • Oklahoma State Department of Education: Tulsa Public Schools providing all children ages 18 and under with free “Grab-and-Go” breakfast and lunch meals at 38 sites and deliver “mobile meals” to 170 bus sites throughout the city from 3/23 – 4/3. In the event of a longer closure, we will continue to provide meals to Tulsa students. Meal-sites and service times at and updates at
  • Okmulgee County Homeless Shelter: Re-opened May 1 with normal operating hours. 
  • Operation Aware: Closed in accordance with school closings; Answering emails and returning calls as needed.
  • OU-TU School of Community Medicine Bedlam Clinic: Closed due to COVID-19. 
  • Owasso Community Resources: Resuming 5 day a week schedule on June 1; From 11 am – 3 pm, Monday through Thursday and 10 am to noon on Fridays. Food outreach is still on a drive through basis; Still limiting client access for utility and rent assistance by appointment only.
  • Oxley Nature Center: Trails and parking lots will remain open indefinitely.
  • Park Church of Christ: Reactived clothing ministry on 6/15
  • Parkside Psychiatric Hospital & Clinic: Parkside remains open, but the Adult Unit is closed to visitation until further notice; Adults may attend family therapy; Child and Adolescent Unit visitors must be the immediate guardians only and must follow a prescribed protocol; Visiting areas are cleaned and sanitized after each use; Child and Adolescent passes off-campus have been suspended; Offering telemedicine visits to assist in managing patient care and inpatient assessments when appropriate. Free online yoga now at
  • Pontotac County/Ada: Resources available at and
  • Pregnancy Resource Center of Owasso: Closed until further notice. 
  • Pryor Ministries: Food pantry application to be completed by phone (918-824-1128) or coming to the front door and knocking if you do not have a phone. Identification and proof of residency will be self-declared. After May, 2020, we will request identification of all household members and proof of residency unless notified by the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.
  • PSO: Now has a dedicated phone number and team to handle calls related to payment arrangements and questions: 1-(888)-832-6279. This number will be answered 24/7 by a customer service representative. PSO continues with a moratorium on electricity disconnections, related to the COVID-19 pandemic. We have not yet set an exact date for when this moratorium will be lifted. In the meantime, customers will still be responsible for the payment for usage of electricity from PSO. For this reason, we are highly encouraging our customers who are facing financial challenges, and having trouble paying their PSO bill, to please call us directly to work out payment arrangement. Our goal is that available monetary helping resources be used for other basic human needs, and not on payments to PSO. Making payment arrangements directly with our customers will help us achieve this goal. Later on, when an end date(s) for the moratorium has been confirmed, I will share our press release with you.  PSO is working in coordination with the City of Tulsa Utilities Division and other utility companies to determine the next phases related to this issue.
  • Restore Hope: Food program open Monday-Thursday 12:30pm-3:30pm at South campus (Asbury UMC: 6910 S 101st E Ave, Tulsa); It is a contactless process but not drive thru. Families text a number that is on the door when they arrive and we respond via text and then let clients in one at a time. Main campus closed until further notice. Rent program suspended until further notice.
  • River Church: Temporarily cancecled food pantry; Will resume distribution at a later date.
  • Rogers County Literacy Council: Closed until further notice.
  • Salvation Army Tulsa: Apply for utility assistance online at Have gone back to (mostly) regular programming.
  • Save A Life Summer Free Community CPR Classes: Schedule June through August of 2020 cancelled; For further information, please go to our website,
  • SPCA: Intake for new animals at capacity; All in-person services must be approved online first. 
  • Sharehouse: Phone coverage continues; Personnel will respond to emergency furniture needs in a one-on-one setting; Continuing to pickup donated furniture and will have a full inventory when we reopen; Personnel wearing protective equipment and dispatchers asking COVID-19 appropriate questions before making any appointments.
  • Soda Area Agency on Aging: Medical Transportation Rides limiting riders and prioritizing the medically fragile; Legal Aid and Outreach Assessments conducted by phone; HDM will continue as normal; Congregate Meals sites moving to drive-through method.
  • South Tulsa Community House: Computer lab and office equipment unavailable until further notice; Food pantry by appointment only (call 918-742-5597). 
  • Stratford Fire Department: Available to pickup and deliver groceries and supplies for the elderly or homebound citizens of Stratford area. Call 580-759-3360 for assistance. 
  • Street Cats: Open during regular hours 10:30 am – 5 pm, Tues – Sat; Facility cleaned with disinfectant daily.
  • Stronghearts Native Hotline: In operation daily from 7 am – 10 pm (1-844-7NATIVE); Callers may experience longer call wait time; Callers may press one at any time to be transferred to The National Domestic Violence Hotline (a non-Native hotline); Our website and social media sites are not equipped for support services.
  • Tristesse Grief Center: Beginning 4/13, providing professional grief counseling to anyone in need via video telehealth services. We will be answering our phones, and sessions can be set up by calling 918-587-1200. The Grief Center accepts insurance, or individuals can take advantage of our Sliding Fee Scale Discount Program.  
  • Triumph Worship Center: Food pantry with extended hours and drive thru service during COVID-19; 1st three Tuesdays of each month 2:30 pm – 6:30 pm; Serving Tulsa, Creek, and Okmulgee Counties. Located at 181st & Hwy 75. 
  • Tulsa Advocates for the Rights of Citizens with Disabilities: Closed and cancelled all events until further notice.
  • Tulsa Cares: Currently closed to clients and guests. All programs (case management, housing, mental health, and nutrition) are active, but service delivery is modified. New HIV clients are also being accepted. Call 918-834-4194 with questions or for more information. 
  • Tulsa City-County Library: Complete closure until further notice; Digital content may be accessed online; All late fees are waived. More at
  • Tulsa & Creek Counties Senior Nutrition: Home delivered meals available; Moved to drive-thru pick-up for congregate meal service until further notice. All senior center locations closed for sit down meals. We ask that seniors age 60 and older who need a meal contact the site where they will pick up their meal by 11 am to reserve a meal for the next day. If the individual is on the DHS ADvantage Program (Medicaid Waiver Program) and are signed up for meals through us (Sodexo-Tulsa & Creek Counties Senior Nutrition), they can receive up to 14 meals a week (2 meals per day); Any senior age 60 and older, not on ADvantage or receiving meals from Meals on Wheels, is eligible for our Title III Meal program.  Under the Title III program they can receive up to 7 meals per week. This applies to individuals who are picking up meals at one of our senior center locations as well as to those who are on our home delivered meals program.In addition, seniors age 60 and older who are staying home due to the COVID-19 stay at home order are eligible to receive home delivered meals. The normal eligibility criteria have been waived during this time with the exception of the age requirement.
  • Tulsa County Parks: Playgrounds, recreation centers, community centers and outdoor exercise equipment will be closed to the public beginning Friday, March 27, 2020 until further notice. Parks and trails will remain open for walking, hiking and enjoying the green spaces. 
  • Tulsa County Social Services: No changes in hours of operation; Shelter is full; No new applications for services for Clinic, Pharmacy or Food Voucher Program; Only providing refills for existing client base – these clients need to call 918.596.5560 for instructions on how to get meds refilled. Getting barriers installed in certain places in our building to reduce the chance of community spread of the virus. More info at
  • Tulsa Day Center: As of 3/24, limiting the number of clients within the building to 100 – 150 at any given time by prioritizing those who are most vulnerable and who stay for night shelter services. See the Day Center’s full list of service modifications here >
  • Tulsa Dream Center: Pantry is still drive-thru until further notice; Grocery giveaway every Friday from 9 – 11 am; Meals to go Monday – Thursday 9 am -12 pm.
  • Tulsa Educare: Closed until 4/6; Perhaps longer.
  • Tulsa Health Department: Officials have modified access to public health services to prevent community spread of the COVID-19 virus, while ensuring continuity of operations for essential services. THD will temporarily move services for Family Planning, Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) and Immunization Services at the North Regional Health and Wellness Center to Central Regional Health Center and James O. Goodwin Health Center beginning April 6. Clients will be directed to seek services at these two open locations. During this time, a limited number of WIC and Outreach employees will remain in the building to assist Click here for the THD Resource Page > See the full list of modifications and availability here >
  • Tulsa Housing Authority: Has emergency rental assistance payments available 8/24 – 9/30 to those who need help paying their rent because of job loss or income reduction due to the coronavirus pandemic. Any household who has past due rent because of job loss or a significant reduction in income due to the pandemic, since the President declared a nationwide emergency on March 13, 2020, is encouraged to apply for assistance. Assistance will be paid on a first come, first served basis until all funds have been exhausted. A household will be eligible for up to three (3) months of past due rent, for a maximum of $3,000.
  • Tulsa Hub: Closed to the public but we are doing bike sales, repairs and donations by appointment Tuesday-Thursday 9am-3pm. 
  • Tulsa Public Schools: Providing all children ages 18 and under with free meals at various sites – please check their website for details:
  • Tulsa Vet Connect: Maintaining traditional and non-traditional office hours; Able to see walk-in veterans as needed; Most therapy appointments offered via telephone or VA Video Connect. 
  • Twin Cities Christian Outreach (Pittsburg County): Food pantry closed.
  • United Way – South Central Oklahoma: Opened the office to staff with limited access to visitors. We are available and encouraging persons to contact via phone, social media, email, or website first. We will continue to monitor the situation and keep precautions in place as recommended by the CDC.
  • Veteran Affairs (U.S. Dept. of Veteran Affairs): VA staff assisting clients via phone only; Homeless and Compensated Work Therapy staff offering assistance to clients via phone (no home or outreach visits); Walk-in office closed; Veterans and those facing homelessness are encouraged to call office with questions: 918-610-2047.
  • Victory Park Baptist Church of McAlester: Not serving meals/no food service until further notice. 
  • VITA/Goodwill: Taxpayers can go to to get into the queue or if you have questions. There is one operating intake site at Goodwill VITA Central, 1667 S Yale Ave., where an administrator will help taxpayers register and upload documents. That is the only site that is open and not for face to face tax prep. Hours are M,T,W, F, Sat 9-2, Th 2-7.
  • Western Neighbors: Clothing and prescription medication assistance suspended until further notice. Open by appointment only. Calls are answered M, T, W from 9 am – 12 pm; Only doing groceries and not allowing participants into the building. Appointments still required. Check-in is done through the glass and food is then handed out through the door. Utility bill or rent receipt still required. Must live in the ZIP codes provided. Must have a  photo, government issued ID. This includes CDIB with photos and passports.
  • Workforce Tulsa (Tulsa American Job Center & Sapulpa American Job Center): Both Job Centers closed to the public until further notice; Participants should call for assistance with Unemployment Benefits & Re-Employment Services (Tulsa: 918-796-1200 / Sapulpa: 918-224-9430); Individuals who have filed for Unemployment with OESC and need to submit two forms of ID must MAIL a photocopy of their IDs (1 must be a picture ID) to OESC, PO Box 52006, Oklahoma City, OK 73152.
  • YMCA of Grove: All group classes cancelled; Facility open with limited access; Childcare School Day Out program remains open.
  • Youth Services of Creek County: Beginning June 4, therapists at YSCC will begin seeing clients face-to-face. The shelter will be accepting parent/police placed referrals into the shelter.
  • Youth Services of Tulsa: All non-residential services suspended with the following exceptions: Adolescent Emergency Shelter, Safe Place, Health Navigation Services, Counseling and Case Management (limited to service via phone or tele-health), Drop-In services for youth experiencing homelessness will be limited.