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1 EmPower and EmPower Works Oklahoma City Metro-area Resource Directory Category Key Children/Youth/Family Clothing Dental Disability Services Disaster Response Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Economic Development Employment/Training Ex-offender Resources Food Housing/Shelters Medical/RX Mental Health/Substance Abuse/Counseling Transportation Utilities

2 21 Days 2 Change Counseling Service (cell) 3033 NW 63rd Oklahoma City, OK Provides individual, family, and group counseling, community resources, crisis intervention and life skills. They will go to the home, school, community agencies, etc. to provide services. A Chance to Change Classen Circle Oklahoma City, OK Outpatient counseling by appointment (MWF). No one under the age of four. Fee of $100/hour. Medicaid accepted. Al-Anon Information Service Center Edgewater Building 3, Suite NW 63rd Street Oklahoma City, OK Offers support to those who have family members suffering from alcoholism and drug addiction. Alcoholics Anonymous N Portland, Suite E Oklahoma City, OK Fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so they may solve their common problem and help others recover from alcoholism. All of Us Or None Oklahoma

3 C/O Oklahoma Health Care Project Cobblestone Hollow 3556 N Spencer Road Spencer, OK National organizing initiative started by formerly-incarcerated people to fight against discrimination faced after release and to fight for the human rights of prisoners. Main goal is to build political power in the communities most affected by mass incarceration and the growth of the Prison Industrial Complex. American Indian Institute University of Oklahoma Outreach Cross Center Drive Norman, OK Provides expert technical assistance to American Indian, Alaska Native and Canadian First Nation tribes and bands. Committed to helping Native Americans obtain the information needed about Native resources, conferences, workshops or trainings so that wellness goals can be achieved. American Red Cross NE 6th Oklahoma City, OK CPR and first aid traning, Aids & HIV awareness, disaster resources, services for families in the military and emergency services to those who have experienced house fires, tornados, floods, etc. Angel Food Ministries FOOD-MINISTRY Various locations throughout the metro area. The cost for a box of Angel Food is $30. There is no purchase limit for boxes

4 of Angel Food. There are no applications or qualifications necessary to purchase. Food stamps accepted. Please visit the website or call to locate a local host site. Antioch Christian Church SW 119th Street Oklahoma City, OK Food Pantry. Call on Monday to schedule appointment for Wednesday. Baptist Community Clinic Olivet Baptist Church 1201 NW 10 th Oklahoma City, OK Free clinic that offers adult and pediatric care, as well as pediatric immunizations, individual nutrition consultations, vision services, a women s health clinic for women between the ages 49 and 64 and monthly pharmaceuticals are dispensed when available. Clinic is open the second, third and fourth Monday of each month. Baptist Mission Center Exchange Oklahoma City, OK Medical clinic Tues & Wed 9am-12pm and first Thurs of each month at 6pm. First and 3rd Monday of each month RX refills by their doctors. Eye exams and glasses by appointment. Clothing closet Mon & Tues. Food pantry Thurs 1pm-3pm 25 baskets given each day. Bring current OK photo I.D., proof of residency, and ss numbers of family in household. Bethel Foundation N Western Oklahoma City, OK Resources for single mothers: educational conferences, scholarships, children camps and programs, clothing closet, food

5 pantry. Foodstamps accepted at Foodshare. Need photo I.D. Open Monday Thursday, 9 a.m. 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. 5 p.m. Big Brothers Big Sisters Perimeter Center Dr., #235 Oklahoma City, OK Mentoring program for children ages Parents must be willing to follow BBBS guidelines. No cost. Birth Choice of OKC S. Western Oklahoma City, OK Services for pregnant women that include pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, counseling, community referrals, basic necessities. There is also a shelter available for pregnant women who are homeless. Britvil Food Pantry N. Western Oklahoma City, OK Serves Zip Codes: 73114, 73120, Monday - Friday 9AM to 11AM (or first 25 families) Food pantry provided. Must bring photo ID on every visit and provide address verification/utility bill and social security card for every member of the household. Bureau of Vital Statistics Physical Address: 1000 NE 10th Street, Room 111 Oklahoma City, OK Mailing Address: P.O. Box Oklahoma City, OK

6 To obtain birth, death, marriage and divorce reports in Oklahoma. Lobby hours 8:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m., Monday Friday. Calm Waters Center for Children and Families NW Expressway, Suite 101 Oklahoma City, OK Peer group support for children up to age 20 and families that have experienced a catastrophic loss in their family due to divorce, grief, deployment, incarceration, etc. School based and in house services provided. No charge for services. Car Care Ministries st Sat./Mo - Metric Motors 2608 S. Broadway Edmond, OK 3rd Sat./Mo - Smilley s Farm E. Old Hwy 66 Arcadia Call ahead and explain the problem of the car. First come/first served. Catholic Charities N Classen Blvd Oklahoma City, OK Basic case management services as well as services for basic needs. Immigration and refugee services provided. Cedar Ridge NE 50th Oklahoma City, OK Residential Treatment Center and Psychiatric Hosptial Young Adults in Transition Support and Resource Line / Free service offered over the phone for adults ages 18 to 25 who need help finding resources and support during transitions. Help includes money management, job preparations, mental health and substance abuse services, health living skills, finding housing, preparing for college, building healthy relationships and much more. Calls are confidential. Youth Services for Oklahoma County NE 50 th Oklahoma City, OK Services for at-risk youth and families, counseling services, emergency shelter for teens in crisis, community intervention center, high school graduation program, first time offender program for teens and parents. Sliding scale fees. YWCA of Oklahoma City W I-44 Service Road Oklahoma City, OK Offers various programs to eliminate racism and to empower women. Provides domestic violence and sexual assault crisis services, housing, child care, and a resale shop. Domestic Violence Hotline - YWCA YWCA (9922) Sexual Assault Hotline - YWCA RAPE (7273)

7 Upward Transitions W Main Street Oklahoma City, OK Case management services for homeless, utility and rental assistance, retrieval of legal documents, food and clothing pantry, transportation to stranded travelers and domestic violence victims, Work search program. Urban League N Martin Luther King Blvd Oklahoma City, OK Helps diverse populations become self-sufficient through housing programs, health programs, family assistance (bus passes, utility assistance, parent training, food vouchers), tutoring, youth leadership development, after prison work assistance and job readiness training. Urban Missions N Portland Oklahoma City, OK Food pantry, clothing room, tutoring, back to school and Santa store for children. DHS referral or proof of income needed along with photo I.D. Variety Health Center Tinker Diagonal (other locations) Del City, OK Family planning, WIC, pediatrics, family health, dental, eye care, behavioral health. Proof of residence required. Celebrations Preschool, Inc South Western Avenue Oklahoma City, OK Bi-lingual preschool, 98% Spanish speaking. Enrollment is on a first come first serve basis, open enrollment begins March 1 st of each year. $100/month, $75 enrollment fee. DHS assistance accepted. Central Oklahoma Community Mental Health Services Provides emergency intervention, assessment, counseling, psychosocial rehabilitation, inpatient treatment, case management, and community support services designed to assist adult mental health clients in living as independently as possible and to provide therapeutic services for children who are demonstrating symptoms of emotional disturbance. Visit website for locations and contact information. The Children's Center NW 39th Expressway Bethany, OK Specialized medical and rehabilitative care to children age birth to 18 with diagnoses such as: congenital defects, complications at birth, and traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries. Children s Hope Program Baptist Children s Home OKC , ext S Western Ave Oklahoma City, OK Ninety day program that provides housing for mothers and their children. Mothers are required to be in school or a work program. Application and interview required.

8 Christian Service Center SW 24 th Oklahoma City, OK Thrift store that provides clothing and household items. Provides food for zipcodes: 73139, 73149, 73159, 73169, 73170, Monday Friday, 9 a.m. 2 p.m. City Care, Inc General Pershing Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK Breakfast and food basket program, housing for homeless men and women, and Whiz Kids tutoring program for children in 1 st 8 th grades. City Rescue Mission West California Ave Oklahoma City, OK Shelter for the homeless that provides food, clothing, life skills, and medical and dental clinics. The Bridge to Life Recovery Program provides educational, psychological, economic and spiritual bridges to people striving to overcome addictions and other challenges through a relationship with Jesus Christ. Client Assistance Program NW 23rd, Suite 90 Oklahoma City, OK Mediation between Department of Rehabilitative Services and clients as well as self-advocacy for clients. Information services, employment specialists, training, technical assistance to businesses with employees with disabilities, employment training. Sunbeam Family Services NW 21 st (Various locations) Oklahoma City, OK Counseling services for children and families through individual, group, school based or employee assistance sessions. Other services such as foster care services, senior services and early childhood services. Fees are based on ability to pay. Take Charge! Program College of Nursing University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center N Stonewall Ave Oklahoma City, OK Free pap tests, breast exams, mammograms. Eligibility based on income, age and no insurance. Call for eligibility. TEEM - The Education and Employment Ministry NE 13th Street Oklahoma City, OK Job placement, computer classes, life skills classes, conflict resolution classes, food safety classes, soft skills training, clothing, help obtaining birth certificates and social security cards. The Father s Business N. McKinley Oklahoma City, OK Tuesday 1 PM to 5 PM Food and clothing pantry. Call ahead for zip codes. United Way of Central Oklahoma NW 28th Street Oklahoma City, OK

9 Various services that include winter coat drive; Christmas program for children under 14 years old; water, electric, gas and rent assistance; food pantry. Social security card/number, I.D. and proof of residence required. Skyline Urban Ministry NW 8th Street Oklahoma City, OK McKee Center SE 15th Street Oklahoma City, OK Food pantry, eye clinic, Saturday night church with meal, MWF free lunch and breakfast for seniors, clothing, afterschool program and Christmas program. Smiles for Success Foundation W. Jackson Blvd., Suite 625 Chicago, IL Provides free dental care for women who are unable to financially afford treatment, which will improve oral health, relieve pain and restore self-confidence and assurance. Helping to remove the barrier of dental care, women can then become employed. In order to qualify for the Smiles for Success program you have to be currently enrolled in an accredited job-training program, provide us with the number of your caseworker who can verify your status, actively pursuing to transfer from public assistance into the workforce. Social Security Administration / Shepherd Mall, 2615 Villa Prom Oklahoma City, OK Retirement/Medicare, disability and social security cards. Coffee Creek Riding Center E Coffee Creek Road Edmond, OK Provides free therapeutic riding to children 2 ½ through 12 years old with a wide range of disabilities, offering mental, physical, emotional, and social benefits. Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City S.W. 25th Street Oklahoma City, OK Community based organization that includes summer youth programs, senior citizen services, rental/mortgage assistance, referral services, crisis intervention, tax assistance, homeless assistance, bus passes, RX for Oklahoma, graffiti removal, out patient substance abuse treatment, Christmas assistance, Head Start program, economic development, housing counseling, weatherization, and emergency home repairs. Community Health Centers, Inc Main office: NE 36 th Street Spencer, OK Various locations Oklahoma City, OK Mary Mahoney Memorial Health Center, Dental clinic, laboratory and X-Ray services, pharmacy, women s health care, family support services, mental health care, pediatric services, WIC, courtesy transportation, Positive Parents, health education, children s activity center, nutrition counseling, geriatric services. Fees based on sliding scale.

10 Consumer Credit Counseling Services NW Expressway, Suite 660 Oklahoma City, OK Financial services, housing counseling, debt management plans, bankruptcy counseling. Call or visit website for more information. COPE, Inc North Oklahoma Ave Oklahoma City, OK Offers counseling for individuals, groups and families in office or in a home or community setting. Also offers family skills development and tutoring for GED. Council Road Baptist Church N. Council Rd. Bethany, OK Monday - Friday 9AM to 10 AM Food pantry provided to individuals living in zip codes 73008, 73099, 73122, 73132, ID required and may only come once a month. Crossings Community Center W Hefner Road Oklahoma City, OK Free medical clinic that offers medical care, dentistry, eye care and counseling services to those in need. The center also partners with John Marshall Middle School to offer mentoring, life-skills training and a spiritual program. Celebrate Recovery, a program to help adults heal from the hurts, habits and hang-ups in their lives, is also offered at the center. Medicaid. Referrals accepted. The Referral Center NW 25th Oklahoma City, OK In patient program to help individuals take the first vital steps away from drug and alcohol dependency. Professional intake evaluation of each patient allows suggestions and formulations of treatment. Admission can be arranged 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Medically supervised detoxification and care and relapse prevention care is also offered. Fees are based on ability to pay. Insurance is accepted. ResCare Melrose Lane Oklahoma City, OK Support to people with developmental disabilities, home care to elderly and people of all ages. St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store Location I: NW 10th Street Oklahoma City, OK Location II: NW 23rd and Drexel Oklahoma City, OK Thrift store with clothing and household items. May qualify for free clothing with referral. Salvation Army / South Hudson Oklahoma City, OK (Corner of 5th and Hudson)

11 Presbyterian Urban Ministries N. Portland Oklahoma City, OK Assists with clothing needs. Call for appointment. RAIN Oklahoma NW 23rd, Suite 101 Oklahoma City, OK Case management for people with chronic illnesses. Brief screening to become a client. Open Monday Friday, 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.. Walk-in HIV testing Monday Thursday, 9:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. and Friday 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. No fees. Rainbow Fleet Paseo Oklahoma City, OK Childcare resource and referral agency, linking families and the community to child care with consultations from resource and referral specialists. Provide classes to childcare providers and parents and also other events to the community. Reaching Our City, Inc NW 10th Street Oklahoma City, OK Food pantry, free medical center, legal center, childcare. Serves NW and SW Oklahoma City. By Appointment only Monday, Thursday and Friday. I.D. and social security, and proof of address required. Red Rock Behavioral Health Services North Lincoln Blvd Oklahoma City, OK Outpatient mental health services. Accepts Medicare and D-Dent N Western, Suite 200 Oklahoma City, OK Serves uninsured, low income elderly and developmentally disabled. Extractions and restorative dental work. Free of charge. No emergency services. Daily Living Centers North Rockwell P.O. Box 608 Bethany, OK Centers at various locations provide adult day health care six days each a week in therapeutic programs for individuals with chronic physical and mental impairments. Dale Rogers Training Center N. Utah Oklahoma City, OK Training and employment program for those with disabilities. Visit website for application. Del City Housing Authority Tinker Diagonal Street Del City, OK Public housing for the elderly, disabled or handicapped. Call or visit office. Delaware Nation Vocational Rehabilitation S Western, Suite 204 Oklahoma City, OK Assists Native Americans with mental or physical disabilities. Must have CDIB card. No appointment necessary. Walk-ins Monday Thursday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m.

12 Department of Rehabilitative Services NW 58th Street, Suite 500 Oklahoma City, OK Helps people with disabilities get back into the workforce. Fees based on income. Eagle Ridge Institute NE 63rd Street Oklahoma City, OK Promote healthy lifestyles for family preservation, youth development and community progress through various services which include prevention services, drug court, at-risk youth programs, home-based/outpatient therapy for individuals, groups and families, therapeutic foster care, and parent resources. East Side Church of Christ Clothing Giveaway S. Douglas Blvd Midwest City, OK Clothing giveaway open the second Tuesday in the months of March December from 1:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m. Referrals from DHS, churches, teachers, and other reliable agencies served in the morning before the scheduled giveaway days. Emergency needs can be addressed by appointment only. Easter Seals of Oklahoma NE 13th Street Oklahoma City, OK Provides services to children and adults with disabilities and special needs also provides support services to their families. Parents Assistance Center NW 5th Street Oklahoma City, OK Services provided to help strengthen families and to prevent child abuse and neglect and other family violence. Parenting program, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Batterer s Intervention Program, and Supervised Visitation. Perry Klassen Family Medical Center NE 48th St Oklahoma City, OK Pediatric and Adult healthcare, along with Behavioral Health and a host of ancillary services are available. Appointments are made through the CHCI call center. Call to make an appointment. Not a walk-in facility, appointments are encouraged. Planned Parenthood NW 23 rd Street Oklahoma City, OK Birth control information, pregnancy testing, STD counseling and testing, breat exams, contraceptives available, and other various services regarding reproductive health care. Medicaid and private insurance accepted. Check website to see various locations in the Metro Area. Positive Tomorrows P.O. Box Oklahoma City, OK School for homeless children in grades K 5. Offers referrals for parents of students. No fee.

13 food, persons with disabilities, adoption, foster care and other various community services. Oklahoma Housing Finance Authority NW 63rd Street, Suite 200 Oklahoma City, OK Help provide affordable housing to working Oklahomans, help families with housing needs through special financing opportunities to enable them to buy homes, help them rent homes in safer neighborhoods and rehabilitate existing homes. Programs include low interest home loans, affordable housing tax credits, Section 8, homeless assistance, housing for people with AIDS and more. Call or apply online. Open Arms Free Clinic N Meridian Oklahoma City, OK Free clinic, sign-in at 3:00 p.m. Thursdays. Call to check hours in case of change. Opportunity Industrialization Center N Walnut Oklahoma City, OK Training and testing for students from age 16 and above for GED, TABE, computer software applications, literacy, life skills, career education and assessment, drug education and prevention, and Workforce literacy. Our Sisters Closet S. Western Ave. Oklahoma City, OK T-Sat: 10 AM - 5 PM Low cost - free clothing by appointment only. Faith Fellowship Church N. May Ave. Oklahoma City, OK Prisoner reentry orientation class held every Monday morning (except major holidays) at 10:30 AM. Firststep Men s Recovery Program W Lake Stanley Draper Drive Oklahoma City, OK Six month residential work recovery program that offers wrap-around services, 12-step meetings, individualized treatment, group therapy and life skills training. Call for more information. Firststep Women's Recovery Program S Sooner Road Oklahoma City, OK Long-term, residential, work recovery program for those with alcohol and drug dependencies. Offers wrap-around services to residents. Food & Shelter, Inc W. Comanche Street Norman, OK Monday - Saturday 9AM to 5 PM Food, housing and emergency services for people in crisis for Cleveland County residents. The Garage Thrift Store NE 39 th Street (Spencer Road and NE 39 th St) Spencer, OK

14 Open Monday Saturday, 10 a.m. 6 p.m. Cars are occasionally donated. Call for availability and to apply. Godspeed Car Care Ministry E Old Highway 66 Arcadia, OK Minor repairs for cars are performed and checked for quality control and performance to bring the vehicle up to reasonable safety standards. Takes applications for those needing transportation. Vehicles may be provided at minimal or no cost. Good Shepherd Ministries N Robinson Oklahoma City, OK Provides medical clinic that is open on Mondays, dental clinic for extractions and children s dental work on Tuesdays. Clothing closet and food pantry open Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Call on Mondays at 9 a.m. to schedule appointment. Photo I.D. required. No fees. Goodwill Industries of Oklahoma SW 3 rd Street Oklahoma City, OK Assist persons with disabilities and other persons who are vocationally disadvantaged by maximizing participation in society and expanding opportunities through skill development, placement, and supportive programs. Programs include Job Connection Center, open 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m., Monday Friday, no appointment needed; Career Development Job Training takes referrals from DDSD and DRS, walk-ins are also welcome; GoodGuides is a youth mentoring program, call for information. Guiding Right, Inc environment without drugs and alcohol. Oklahoma City County Health Department NE 23 rd Street Oklahoma City, OK H1N1 and seasonal flu vaccinations, child development and behavior, first-time mothers, diabetes prevention, immunizations and vaccinations, STD testing, reproductive health, tuberculosis testing, and WIC. Oklahoma City Housing Authority NE 4th Street Oklahoma City, OK Public housing, Section 8, family developments, senior developments, Family Self-Sufficiency program, Homeownership Program, and services to those with disabilities. Oklahoma City Indian Clinic 4913 W Reno Ave Oklahoma City, OK Full medical and behavioral health clinic for Native Americans. Must have CDIB card. Medicaid, Medicare and private insurance accepted. Oklahoma Community Health Service Straka Terrace Oklahoma City, OK Family practice, dental, WIC, optometry and other primary medical care services. Fees based on income if no insurance. Oklahoma Department of Human Services Offers services for families, elderly, child protection, child care,

15 NorthCare (Adults) N Hudson Oklahoma City, OK Outpatient behavioral health center providing services to children, families and adults in communities throughout Oklahoma. Office visits Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8 a.m. 5 p.m and Tuesday 8 a.m. 7 p.m. Crisis afterhours call Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Crisis Line: Medication clinic Monday Thursday, 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. 2 p.m. Call NorthCare (Children) NW 50th Street Oklahoma City, OK Outpatient behavioral health center providing services to children and families in communities throughout Oklahoma. Office visits Monday Friday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Evenings by appointment. Also offers after hour crisis services for Oklahoma county. OKC Compassion Inc N. Penn Ave. Oklahoma City, OK Substance abuse recovery assistance and homeless assistance. Non-profit, charitable organization. Oklahoma Citizen Advocates for Recovery and Treatment (OCARTA) NW 31 st Oklahoma City, OK Empowers recovering people and their families through physical, emotional, and spiritual growth to make significant contributions to society. Includes peer-to-peer recovery support services and Club Soda, which gives those in recovery a comfortable 7901 NE 10 th Street, Suite A-111 Midwest City, OK Empowers the underserved and difficult to serve individuals through education, mentoring, strengthening and support. Programs include HIV/AIDS services that includes testing, WIC services, employment services, prison reintegration services and other youth and family services. Guild of St. George NW 7th Street Oklahoma City, OK Provides food, help with utility bills, bus tokens, and deposits for public housing and assists with medical prescriptions, Oklahoma identification cards and birth certificates. Open at 9 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and will stay open till 12 p.m. if funds permit. Come in person for assistance with identification. Habitat for Humanity Central Oklahoma N Broadway Oklahoma City, OK Housing ministry which provides zero-interest mortgage loans to qualified hardworking limited income families. Must demonstrate a need, have a stable annual household income of at least $16,000 per year, and be the head(s) of household. Approved applicants are required to contribute 300 volunteer hours. Credit is reviewed and does not have to be perfect, but does matter. Healing Hands Health Care Services NW 11th Oklahoma City, OK Provides services to people who are homeless. Takes walk-ins if time is available. Clients must be present by 9:30 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. at clinic sessions to be put on waiting list to see the physician. Appointments are preferred.

16 Healing Hearts Health Clinic S. Midwest Blvd. Midwest City, OK Provides care that ministers to the whole person: spirit, soul and body. Patients will be seen by appointment only on the first and third Thursdays of each month, 6:00 9:00 PM. To make an appointment you must call between 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM on the Thursday of your desired appointment. Medical treatment offered: basic exams, minor treatments, referrals, blood pressure checks, diabetic checks, cholesterol checks and limited laboratory testing. Heartline Oklahoma P.O. Box Oklahoma City, OK Provides Central Oklahomans 24/7 access to information on any type of health or human service. Also provides suicide prevention and crisis intervention at CareLine at (405) 848-CARE (2273) or for the elderly at. For HeartLine s Problem Gambling Helpline call Hope Chest OKC or P.O. Box Yukon, OK Hope Chest OKC provides beds, bedding and kitchen tables/ chairs, when available, to Oklahoma City families in need. HOPE Community Services SE 45th Oklahoma City, OK Outpatient for mental health and substance abuse by appointment Monday Friday. Intake lasts two hours with intake supervisor. Bring I.D., social security card, insurance card, proof of income, medicines and any discharge papers. and Tax Assistance Program during tax season. Weed and Seed partners with Community Action Agency who provides rental and utility assistance and other basic needs. Call Ministries of Jesus E I-35 Frontage Rd Edmond, OK Free medical and dental clinics. Patients may call Monday through Friday at 9:00 AM for wait-list openings. Clients can gain assistance with current physical, emotional, spiritual and relational health. Narcotics Anonymous P.O. Box Oklahoma City, OK Provides a recovery process and peer support network for those in recovery from drug addictions. Neighbor for Neighbor Southwest 13th Street Oklahoma City, OK Offers assistance with utilities, prescriptions, clothing, and household items. Open Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri, 9 a.m.- 12 p.m. and 12:30 p.m.-2 p.m. Neighborhood Services Organization SW 11th Oklahoma City, OK Transitional housing for homeless families with children, young pregnant women, homeless young men between years old; permanent housing for chronically homeless, mentally ill adults; rental assistance includes assistance with first month s rent to those transitioning to permanent housing and eviction prevention. Health services include dental clinic and WIC clinic.

17 OKC metro area public transportation system. Schedules and maps available online. METRO lift service provides transportation to individuals with disabilities. Various door-todoor transportation services for older adults and those with disabilities. Taxi service for emergency or medically related transportation. Guaranteed Ride Home Program is FREE for commuters who need to get home when an emergency arises must pre-apply. Various other transportation services available. Regular pass is $1.25 or 30 day pass for $40. Children under 6 are free and discounts are available for persons 60 and older or those with a disability. Mid-Del Food Pantry N Midwest Blvd Midwest City, OK Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. and from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Mid-Del Youth & Family Center, Inc S Midwest Blvd Midwest City, OK Counseling services are offered to children, adolescents, parents, couples, and families. Services available at two locations, Midwest City and Del City. Intake session determines services needed. Services offered on a sliding scale beginning at $15. No child is denied services. Midwest City Neighborhoods in Action Weed and Seed Program 9233 NE 10 th Midwest City, OK Provides needed services for those living in the area between NE 10 th St. and NW 23 rd St. from Air Depot to Post Road; and the area between NE 10 th St. and SE 15 th St. from Midwest Blvd. to Douglas Blvd.. Homework tutoring, GED testing, immunizations Hope Pregnancy Centers SW Oklahoma City: SW 82nd Oklahoma City, OK N Oklahoma City: N May Oklahoma City, OK Services for pregnant women, free pregnancy tests, STD testing, free ultrasound at 8 15 weeks, parenting classes up to a year after birth of child, adoption information, abortion information, prenatal programs. Infant Crisis Services, Inc N Lincoln Blvd Oklahoma City, OK Emergency food, diapers, clothing and blankets for infants and toddlers. Referral from other helping agency required. Baby must be present. Maximum four visits during baby s first 48 months. By appointment only. Insure Oklahoma OK.EPIC P.O. BOX Oklahoma City, OK Individual healthcare plans for working residents whose incomes are less than 200% of the poverty level and whose employers do not provide insurance. Jesus House West Sheridan Oklahoma City, OK Food, clothing and shelter programs. Shelter open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for the homeless and severely mentally ill/ chemically dependant and provides case management and coun-

18 seling. Food, clothing, furniture, as well as financial assistance for travel, utilities, etc. for the community. Food pantry hours: M W F, 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Bring address verification and, if possible, social security cards of recipients. Persons (nonresidents) who provide documentation of new employment can receive a one time payment of $15.00 for gas money. King's Klinic W Britton Oklahoma City, OK Provides health care services and dispense medication by volunteer, licensed health care professionals to persons who are in need of such care regardless of financial status or ability to pay. Open Mondays, 1 p.m. 3:30 p.m., refills only; Tuesdays 4 p.m. 6:30 p.m., refills and doctor s visits. Latino Community Development Agency SW 10th Oklahoma City, OK Works to enhance the quality of life in the Latino Community through education, leadership, services and advocacy. Programs include English classes, child development, HIV/Aids education and counseling, breast and cervical cancer screening, immunizations, dental services for children, youth tutoring and rehab services, and many more programs and prevention services. Legal Aid North Classen Blvd, Suite 112 Oklahoma City OK Provides civil legal services to those living in Oklahoma county or Canadian county. Call to leave a message about legal issue or visit website to obtain free legal advice on various topics. Love Link South Western Oklahoma City, OK Clean and sober living program. Must be sober 30 days before entering housing. Housing for men only. Food pantry is open Tuesdays and Fridays 11a.m. 1 p.m. Photo I.D. and proof of address is required. Thrift store is open Tuesdays Fridays, 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Both food pantry and thrift store are open to the public. Mano Juntas Free Clinic N Douglas Oklahoma City, OK Free medical care that includes examination by physicians, medications, laboratory tests, management of chronic illness and health care referrals. Mary Mahoney Memorial Health Center NE 36th Street Spencer, OK Physician is on call 24 hours daily, 365 days a year. They may be reached by calling the Center Number Master's Market E Reno Midwest City, OK Food, clothing, household items, and some handicap aids. No referral needed. Proof of address, utility bill, and ss card for everyone in family required along with an interview process. Areas served are 73110, 115, 135, 145, 165, 066, 117, 130, 141, 150, 020, 084. Open Tues and Fri, 10 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Metro Transit RIDE 420 NW 5th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73102

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