Our Work

Our mission underlying all of our work is to confront challenges to health, social, education and economic opportunities, and strategically advance effective community-based solutions. We do this through through direct services that provide and connect people to the help and hope they need; provision of a 360-degree fully coordinated referral network for our provider community via our 211 Eastern Oklahoma Coordination Center; support for other nonprofit agencies to strengthen their capacity to serve those in need; data and research that identifies demographic and socioeconomic conditions in our community; community education and training with a focus on family and early childhood health and safety promotion; and collective impact work that convenes local and national partners to implement innovative strategies for a stronger Oklahoma.

Thank you to our supporters who believe in our mission and make our work possible!


Community Needs Dashboard

Census Information Center of Eastern Oklahoma

Tulsa Community Profile

Tulsa Equality Indicators


Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)

Child Care Resource Center

Healthy Start

Tulsa Weather Coalition


Oklahoma Veteran Alliance

Veteran Employer Network

Maternal Mental Health

Black Maternal Health 

Healthy Start Community Action Network

Fatherhood Coalition 

NONPROFIT SUPPORT  Community Service Council also provides a significant amount of support to many nonprofits in our region to strengthen their capacity to fulfill their missions and serve those in need. Here are some of the ways we support our partner agencies: community data, research & reporting; incubation for new community initiatives; 37-county referral system through our 211 Eastern Oklahoma platform & technology; fiduciary & operational management; publishing, marketing & design services; trainings & education; facilitation of community conversations; and a full-service community conference center.

Collectively, the Community Service Council fulfills these vital roles for our community:

Improving Oklahomans’ Lives through Research, Planning and Action