Our first priority is seeing to a client’s basic needs: shelter, food, clothing, bathing. We offer rapid rehousing services, emergency shelter, medical assistance and legal aid to help ensure all of those needs can be met.
Our case managers are central to our goal of self-sufficiency. Once screened, our clients receive weekly meetings with their assigned case managers, who provide personalized help to match individual needs.Case managers provide crisis response, assessments and referrals. We meet the needs of our clients by:
Providing emergency shelter, both day and night
Offering clothing and basic needs
Assisting to obtain Oklahoma IDs and birth certificates
Referring to appropriate providers for psychiatric help
Navigating the wide range of housing resources
Eviction prevention, as well as rental and move-in assistance
Referring to the Tulsa Day Center Clinic
Tulsa Day Center Clinic
As health care costs rise, the struggle to access care is getting harder. And for many, poor health leads directly to eviction and homelessness. Our clinic is one of the few homeless charities in the nation to provide free health care and medication fulfillment.
General Health Education
To help our clients make positive decisions regarding their health, we provide them with information on a wide range of health care topics. We also have an array of specialty doctors who volunteer their time and resources. We were awarded the 2013 Dr. Rodney L. Huey Champion of Oklahoma Health award by the Blue Cross Blue Shield for this unique service.
Our mission is to serve those experiencing homelessness or who are at risk of becoming homeless, we take housing seriously. So much so, that we built Hudson Villas, a 60-unit apartment complex. We also have other permanent supportive housing available.
Permanent supportive housing
18 units dedicated for the chronically homeless at Hudson Villas
17 units across two apartment complexes, scattered-site housing
Full-market rate units available
Section 8 accepted
Various units available throughout Tulsa
Constructed as a healthy environment to curb chronic homelessness, Hudson Villas was constructed as our permanent supportive housing program. It was financed in part by funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Administered by the City of Tulsa, the program provides a new home and a support system that encourages self-sufficiency.
The property includes a community garden, where residents can plant, care for and harvest food for the facility’s kitchen. The kitchen is run by graduates from the Women in Recovery Program and serves the residents three meals a day.
Clients at Hudson Villas have improved their health, overcome addiction, become community volunteers, returned to the workforce and avoided returning to homelessness.