Below is a list of community organizations offering free resources to assist Tulsa families during this difficult time.
The City of Tulsa is working closely with federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial partners, as well as public health partners, to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic our nation is currently facing.
Tulsa Community Foundation and the Tulsa Area United Way have established the Tulsa Area COVID-19 Response Fund, dedicated to increasing resilience among the region’s most vulnerable individuals and families. Funds will be used to support local non-profit agencies addressing the needs of individuals who are experiencing COVID-19 related hardship, primarily due to temporary unemployment, lost income, or unexpected food and childcare expenses.
Call 918-494-8823 or email email@example.com
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, 211 is 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.
Community Food Bank
Hunger Free Oklahoma
Meals On Wheels
Eastern Oklahoma VA
Housing Providers and Current Status
Tulsa Dream Center
Disability Resources Guide
Mental Health Association of Oklahoma
Tulsa Health Department
Virtual Support Groups