FAQs

Client Needs

How can I get access to the Day Center’s services?

Whether you need immediate shelter or are on the brink of homelessness, we’re here and ready to help. The Day Center provides a variety of services, including shelter, meals and showers to help you get back on your feet. If you are in need of case management services, call the Day Center at (918) 583-5588 and ask for a case management screening.

How can you help me overcome homelessness?

Our case managers will work closely with you to help address the issues that are keeping you from achieving your goals. From helping you gain access to housing to recommending potential employment opportunities, we want you to feel empowered to overcome homelessness. For more about our case management services, Click here.

I’m about to be homeless. Can you help me?

The Tulsa Day Center provides case management services for those who need to prevent eviction. Call (918) 948-8400 for financial assistance.

What are the requirements to become a Day Center client?

The Day Center is open to people who need help or support.

Can people stay there at night?

A limited night shelter is available for at-risk clients who are working with a case manager.

Are meals provided?

Dinner is served each evening and snacks are provided twice a day. Breakfast is also provided to those using the night shelter.

Do you have any access to free or low-cost healthcare?

Unlike most Tulsa homeless shelters, the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless provides acute medical services at no cost to the client. The clinic is open Monday-Saturday from 9-11 a.m., Tuesday through Thursday from 1:30-3:30 p.m. All clients who sign up will be seen during clinic hours. Find out more about our clinic here.

What kind of volunteers do you need?

We are always in need of volunteers with a wide range of skill levels, including RNs to help in our clinic, civic groups and congregations to serve meals and individuals to assist in our clothing room. For more volunteer opportunities, click here.

How can I donate a meal?

Our meal schedule fills quickly. If you’re interested in serving, email our volunteer coordinator to find out our next available date.
If volunteers want to serve a smaller number of people, opportunities are available to serve at Hudson Villas

Do I need a food handler permit to serve?

A food handler permit is recommended but not required.

Do I need any kind of qualifications to volunteer?

To serve in our clinic, you must be a registered nurse. Otherwise, let us know about your skills, abilities and interests, and we will help you discover volunteer opportunities.

Where can I take donations?

Donations may be delivered any day between 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. to 415 W. Archer.

Volunteering/Donations

What kind of volunteers do you need?

We are always in need of volunteers with a wide range of skill levels, including RNs to help in our clinic, civic groups and congregations to serve meals and individuals to assist in our clothing room. For more volunteer opportunities, click here.

How can I donate a meal?

Our meal schedule fills quickly. If you’re interested in serving, email our volunteer coordinator to find out our next available date.
If volunteers want to serve a smaller number of people, opportunities are available to serve at Hudson Villas

Do I need a food handler permit to serve?

A food handler permit is recommended but not required.

Do I need any kind of qualifications to volunteer?

To serve in our clinic, you must be a registered nurse. Otherwise, let us know about your skills, abilities and interests, and we will help you discover volunteer opportunities.

Where can I take donations?

Donations may be delivered any day between 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. to 415 W. Archer.

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