HOMELESS EDUCATION PROGRAM/TITLE X

Our Homeless Education program is proud to serve the students of Mid-Del Schools. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Christian Reese, Homeless Liaison.

Please see the list of resources below. You will find information regarding housing, food and nutrition, clothing, documentation, internet, healthcare, transportation, education and career, and legal and criminal justice/incarceration.

For more information, please contact:
Christian Reese, Homeless Education Liaison Administrator (he/him/his)
405-671-8615, ext. 4428
creese@mid-del.net

Harry Dunn, Liaison
hdunn@mid-del.net

Heather Morris, Liaison
hmorris@mid-del.net

Amy Young, Liaison
ayoung@mid-del.net

RESOURCES

NOTICE: Please contact our HOPE team using this form if you or students you know are experiencing homelessness, housing insecurity, or fleeing home because of conflict. Students may be entitled to certain rights and services through the McKinney-Vento Act when identified by our team. We want to help our families and protect their privacy. Any information submitted is safe and confidential with our team. 

Some resources require a referral from our team, so please check in with us to get more information.

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Oklahoma Department of Human Services

OK DHS - Department of Human Services
(405) 487-5483
SNAP/EBT, TANF, WIC, SoonerCare (Medicaid), Childcare, etc…
Food, nutrition, infant, healthcare, child care

Housing

Salvation Army Center of Hope
1001 N Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK

Utility Assistance and Fans
The Client Choice Food Pantry Monday, 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. & 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Men, Women, and Family Shelters, food, clothing, housing

Sisu Youth Services and Shelter
3131 North Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK
405-459-SISU (7478)
Sisu is open 7 nights a week with overnight shelter available for youth, ages 15-22. Check in is between 7 PM-8 PM. You must check in by 8 PM to stay.

Our Drop-in Center is available for youth, ages 15-24. Drop-in hours are Sunday, Monday and Wednesday from 4 PM-7 PM and Saturday from 11 AM-2 PM. There you can access clothing, food, showers, etc.
Sisu is an LGBTQ+ affirming space.
[Bus 8 on Embark routes]
To reserve a bed, call 405-459-7478 or message us on Facebook @SisuYouthOKC.

Mid-Del Youth and Family
2801 Parklawn, Midwest City, Oklahoma, OK
405-733-5437
Emergency child and unaccompanied youth shelter, counseling services.
Providing supportive and nurturing care 365 days a year, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day for abused, neglected, and runaway children. On-site Education, Recreation, and Counseling Services provided.

Holy Family Home & Sanctuary Women’s Development Centers - Catholic Charities
405-741-7419
Residential care via referral from partner agencies.
Family HOPE Case Management & Emergency Rent/Utility Assistance - 405-523-3000

Neighborhood Service Organization
431 SW 11TH ST, Oklahoma City, OK
(405) 236-0452 (Administrative Offices)
(405) 236-0413 (Dental)
(405) 942-2008 (WIC)
Dental clinic, permanent housing, transitional housing, WIC food and nutrition clinic

YWCA Oklahoma City - Shelter and Victim Services
Domestic Violence Hotline: 405-917-9922
Sexual Assault Hotline: 405-943-7273
State Safeline: 800-522-7233
“Our Vision: Providing help and hope to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking in central Oklahoma. Our Mission: YWCA Oklahoma City is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.”

Leah’s Hope
Midwest City, OK 73110
405-455-6116
carol@leahshope.org
“Our PURPOSE is to provide comprehensive support services when families are in a time of crisis. We assist them with transition into successful community living through our transitional housing program. We help them create a healthy environment conducive to growth for both the individual or family unit as they work toward sustainable independence.”

Pivot
201 NE 50th St, OKC, OK 73105
405-235-7537
Emergency, short, and long term shelter. Clothing. Counseling. Education and jobs. Advocacy. Food. Mentorship. Substance abuse. Intervention.

Oklahoma Housing Financing Agency
100 NW 63rd Street, Ste. 200, OKC, OK 73116
405-848-1144
Rent assistance, homebuyer down payment assistance, Section 8, etc…

Community Action Agency of OKC
319 SW 25th St, OKC, OK 73109
(405) 232-0199
Homebuyer education, financial training, small business, loans, down payment assistance, emergency utilities and housing payment, legal aid, prescriptions, head start, senior transportation, and more…

Metro Fair Housing Council
312 Northeast 28th Street, Suite 112, OKC, OK 73105
(405) 232-3247
“We provide fair housing enforcement resources to alleged victims of housing discrimination; respond to consumer complaints of unfair treatment from the housing industry, conduct fair housing/fair lending education and outreach training for consumers, housing providers, public and private organizations and conduct counseling and mediation services to promote equal housing opportunity.”

Habitat for Humanity - ReStore 
4900 S High Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73129
405-778-6222
or
1800 N Broadway Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73103
405-232-5592
info@cohfh.org
“New and used items, such as building supplies, appliances, furniture and other household items in our ReStores. The Habitat ReStores provide a more affordable choice for home improvement projects, all while keeping perfectly good items from the landfill.”

Upward Transitions
1134 W. Main Street, OKC
(405) 232-5507
info@upwardtransitions.org 
Missing birth certificates, rent/utilities assistance, transportation, documents, food, housing.
(Referral required -
Contact our team for more information)

Food and Nutrition

Mid-Del Food Pantry
322 N Midwest Blvd, Midwest City, OK
405-732-3603
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00 AM—3:00 PM

The Urban Mission Food Resource Center
3737 N. Portland Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73112
405-946-1556
Food pantry, after-school art program, school supplies, clothing, household items.
Monday through Thursday from 9:00 AM to 11:45 AM. Families need an ID, proof of address, and proof of income. - S.P.A.R.K. (Support Program of Arts and Reading for Kids) Program is an after-school course that provides a safe, accessible place for area children grades K-5. - School supplies - Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. - Mission Marketplace Thrift Store sells new and gently-used items at a discounted rate. All proceeds from the thrift store benefit our many programs that serve Oklahomans in need. Many large pieces of furniture that cannot fit into the Marketplace are stored in our warehouse

Moore Food and Resource Center (RFBO)
2635 N Shields Blvd, Moore, OK
405-600-3182
Food pantry.

Salvation Army Center of Hope
1001 N Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK

Utility Assistance and Fans
The Client Choice Food Pantry Monday, 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. & 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Men, Women, and Family Shelters, food, clothing, housing

Skyline Urban Ministry
500 SE 15th St, Oklahoma City, OK
405-632-2644
Clothing, eye clinic, food pantry

Sisu Youth Services and Shelter
3131 North Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73112
Sisu is open 7 nights a week with overnight shelter available for youth, ages 15-22. Check in is between 7 PM-8 PM. You must check in by 8 PM to stay.

Our Drop-in Center is available for youth, ages 15-24. Drop-in hours are Sunday, Monday and Wednesday from 4 PM-7 PM and Saturday from 11 AM-2 PM. There you can access clothing, food, showers, etc.
Sisu is an LGBTQ+ affirming space.
[Bus 8 on Embark routes]
To reserve a bed, call 405-459-7478 or message us on Facebook @SisuYouthOKC.

Neighborhood Service Organization
431 SW 11TH ST, Oklahoma City, OK
(405) 236-0452 (Administrative Offices)
(405) 236-0413 (Dental)
(405) 942-2008 (WIC)
Dental clinic, permanent housing, transitional housing, WIC food and nutrition clinic

Infant Crisis Service
Donald W. Reynolds Center
4224 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 
405-528-3663
Infant Crisis Services provides formula, food, diapers, blankets, clothing, and other basic necessities by appointment. Please call (405) 528-3663 to schedule an appointment. These services are available four times annually to children birth – age 3.

Master’s Market - Mission Mid-Del
5751 E. Reno, Midwest City, OK
405-737-2010
mastersmarket@missionmiddel.org
Food and clothing pantry. Interview required before receiving services.

WIC - Women, Infants, Children
1104 S. Air Depot Blvd Suite 10, Midwest City, OK 73110
(405) 419-4116
Food and nutrition.

Pivot
201 NE 50th St, OKC, OK 73105
405-235-7537
Emergency, short, and long term shelter. Clothing. Counseling. Education and jobs. Advocacy. Food. Mentorship. Substance abuse. Intervention.

Upward Transitions
1134 W. Main Street, OKC
(405) 232-5507
info@upwardtransitions.org 
Missing birth certificates, rent/utilities assistance, transportation, documents, food, housing.
(Referral required -
Contact our team for more information)

Clothing

Skyline Urban Ministry
500 SE 15th St, Oklahoma City, OK
405-632-2644
Clothing, eye clinic, food pantry

Sisu Youth Services and Shelter
3131 North Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73112
Sisu is open 7 nights a week with overnight shelter available for youth, ages 15-22. Check in is between 7 PM-8 PM. You must check in by 8 PM to stay.
Our Drop-in Center is available for youth, ages 15-24. Drop-in hours are Sunday, Monday and Wednesday from 4 PM-7 PM and Saturday from 11 AM-2 PM. There you can access clothing, food, showers, etc.
Sisu is an LGBTQ+ affirming space.
[Bus 8 on Embark routes]
To reserve a bed, call 405-459-7478 or message us on Facebook @SisuYouthOKC.

Salvation Army Center of Hope
1001 N Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK

Utility Assistance and Fans
The Client Choice Food Pantry Monday, 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. & 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Men, Women, and Family Shelters, food, clothing, housing

Infant Crisis Service
Donald W. Reynolds Center
4224 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 
405-528-3663
Infant Crisis Services provides formula, food, diapers, blankets, clothing, and other basic necessities by appointment. Please call (405) 528-3663 to schedule an appointment. These services are available four times annually to children birth – age 3.

Community Connection - Sharing Tree OK
825 NW 24th Street, Moore, OK
405-634-2006
Clothing, uniforms, shoes, and household items

Eastside Church of Christ
916 S Douglas Blvd, Midwest City, OK
405-732-0393
Clothing, uniforms, shoes
(Referral required. Contact the HOPE team for more information)

Master’s Market - Mission Mid-Del
5751 E. Reno, Midwest City, OK
405-737-2010
mastersmarket@missionmiddel.org
Food and clothing pantry. Interview required before receiving services.

Pivot
201 NE 50th St, OKC, OK 73105
405-235-7537
Emergency, short, and long term shelter. Clothing. Counseling. Education and jobs. Advocacy. Food. Mentorship. Substance abuse. Intervention.

Documentation

Upward Transitions
1134 W. Main Street, OKC
(405) 232-5507
info@upwardtransitions.org 
Missing birth certificates, rent/utilities assistance, transportation, documents, food, housing.
(Referral required -
Contact our team for more information)

Internet

Cox Connect2Compete - Free 2 months internet and $10/month after. (Qualify through government assistance program like SNAP, school lunch, TANF, etc...)

Metropolitan Library - Checkout WiFi internet hotspots at local public libraries in Choctaw, Harrah, Jones, Luther, and Nicoma Park.

Healthcare

Skyline Urban Ministry
500 SE 15th St, Oklahoma City, OK
405-632-2644
Clothing, eye clinic, food pantry

Mid-Del Youth and Family
2801 Parklawn, Midwest City, Oklahoma, OK
405-733-5437
Emergency child and unaccompanied youth shelter, counseling services.
Providing supportive and nurturing care 365 days a year, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day for abused, neglected, and runaway children. On-site Education, Recreation, and Counseling Services provided.

Variety Care Mid-Del Health Center
Address: 3851 Tinker Diagonal, Del City, OK
Phone: 405-632-6688
Medical: M-F 8am-6pm
Behavioral Health: 8am-5pm
WIC: M-F 8am-noon, 1pm-5pm
Medical care for men, women, and children (by appt.), women's health, pregnancy care, newborn care, no cost walk in pregnancy testing, behavioral health, WIC

Neighborhood Service Organization
431 SW 11TH ST, Oklahoma City, OK
(405) 236-0452 (Administrative Offices)
(405) 236-0413 (Dental)
(405) 942-2008 (WIC)
Dental clinic, permanent housing, transitional housing, WIC food and nutrition clinic

Mid-Del Community Clinic
4748 S. Bryant Ave. Oklahoma City Ok 73135
(405) 672-0488

Peace of Mind Medical Clinic
5476 Main Street, Suite 104, Del City, OK 73115
405-602-5166

Vaccines for Children
Vaccines, immunizations, shots, etc… provided at low/no cost to children in Oklahoma through the OKC-County Health Department. Follow the link for more information, locations, and hours.

Mary Mahoney Memorial Health Center
12716 NE 36th St, Spencer, OK 73084
(405) 769-3301
Healthcare, pharmacy, dental, and mental health/counseling.
“Community Health Centers is a federally qualified health center in central Oklahoma that provides primary health care and other health-related services on a sliding scale income basis. Our primary facility, the Mary Mahoney Memorial Health Center, is located in eastern Oklahoma County. Additional sites serve infants, children, families and the homeless in rural Oklahoma.”

Clara Community Health Center
2224 N Kate Ave, STE 100, OKC, OK 73111
405-254-8233
clarahealthcenter@gmail.com 
“Free clinic open to the public Services provided: Physician consultation, Blood pressure, Blood glucose. Open every first Sunday of the month, 10am to 2pm.”

Ortho Central OK
1624 Midtown Pl., Suite A, Midwest City, OK 73130
405-801-4250\
Free Saturday morning 8:30-10 health clinic for sports injuries. Appointments can be made other times. Healthcare. Physicals. Doctor. 

Transportation

RSVP of OKC - Retired Senior Volunteer Program
7401 NE 23rd Street, OKC, OK 73141
405-605-3106
Ride share. Senior volunteers provide transportation for those in need.

Upward Transitions
1134 W. Main Street, OKC
(405) 232-5507
info@upwardtransitions.org 
Missing birth certificates, rent/utilities assistance, transportation, documents, food, housing.
(Referral required -
Contact our team for more information)

Education and Career

Job Corps
Guthrie Job Corps Center
3106 W University Ave, Guthrie, OK
405-282-9930
Job Corps is the largest nationwide residential career training program in the country and has been operating for more than 50 years. The program helps eligible young people ages 16 through 24 complete their high school education, trains them for meaningful careers, and assists them with obtaining employment. Students have access to housing while they learn skills in specific training areas for up to three years. In addition to helping students complete their education, obtain career technical skills and gain employment, Job Corps also provides transitional support services, such as help finding employment, housing, child care, and transportation.

Pivot
201 NE 50th St, OKC, OK 73105
405-235-7537
Emergency, short, and long term shelter. Clothing. Counseling. Education and jobs. Advocacy. Food. Mentorship. Substance abuse. Intervention.

Legal and Criminal Justice/Incarceration

TEEM - The Education and Employment  
1501 N. Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK
405-235-5671
“Today, our emphasis is on giving a hand up to individuals re-entering society, through educational preparation, social services, and job training and placement. We strive to provide our clients a second chance at success; in essence, a chance to redefine themselves by their gifts, skills, talents and passions, instead of a troubled past. All TEEM's services are free of charge to our clients.”

CEO - Center for Employment Opportunities
501 N. Walker Ave, Suite 160, Oklahoma City, OK
405-588-8200
“Provide immediate, and effective employment services for men and women who are returning home from incarceration. There is a four-step program with the goal of bridging behavioral and skill gaps, then clients turn into part time employees with CEO, until they start going on interviews, and eventually get their own jobs.”

Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma
2901 North Classen Blvd, Suite 112, OKC, OK 73106
405-521-1302 or 1-800-421-1641
Provides civil legal assistance to low-income persons throughout Oklahoma.