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 when they dial 2-1-1, and in the 211EOK Online Service Directory.
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 OKLegalConnect.org. Mothers who live in North Tulsa can also seek assistance from Still She Rises.
Tulsa Area Individuals and Families: If you have experienced financial hardship because of the COVID-19 pandemic, you can request assistance through a fund developed by the Tulsa Area United Way and the Tulsa Community Foundation. Community Service Council’s 211 Eastern Oklahoma is a partner in this initiative.
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 hungerfreeok.org/groceries to get started.
We are monitoring information related to COVID-19 testing sites. As of now – the Oklahoma State Department of Health has prepared a list of regional drive-thru testing sites with requirements and capacity varying by location.
From April 15 to July 15, 2020.
Extended to October 31, 2020.
Information for businesses and nonprofits experiencing health and economic impacts related to COVID-19.
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 modified resources available to people in Eastern Oklahoma. Service providers across our region are responding to the pandemic by adjusting their services, whether it be expanding available support to the community, or reducing services due to concern for the health and safety of their own staff.
This webpage will be updated regularly and will serve as a one-stop clearinghouse to announce modifications in the availability of critical services as the information becomes available to the 211EOK team from our partners. If you are viewing on a mobile device, scroll beyond the service updates for important links and announcements pertinent to our region.
211 Eastern Oklahoma will also continue to fulfill our traditional role in the community for information and referral to thousands of resources and services in the community. As it relates to COVID-19, we do ask our community to first check this webpage or search the 211EOK online directory first, and then if more information is still needed, please call our helpline by dialing 2-1-1.