Chapter 6: Housing


Section 9: Home Repair and Access Modifications



Listing by City

Big Five Community Services

Email:

tgleghorn@bigfive.org.

As a Community Action Program, Big Five Community Services, Inc. is involved in a wide variety of programs which are all in some way linked to the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Program. Since the inception of CSBG, its mission has been to remove obstacles and solve problems which inhibit the ability of the state's low-income people to attain self-sufficiency.

Serves Bryan County, Carter County, Coal County, Love County and Pontotoc County. Programs include:

  • Asset Development - Tax Return Preparation Assistance, Budget Counseling/Financial Management Services;
  • Early Childhood - Head Start;
  • Emergency Services - Prescription Assistance, Food, Clothing, Temporary Housing, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance, Fans/Blankets;
  • Housing - Homebuyer Education Classes, Multifamily Housing Developments, Rentals, Weatherization;
  • Nutrition - Child and Adult Care Food Program;
  • Transit - Road to Work Routes, SoonerRide; and
1502 North 1st Avenue
Durant , OK 74701

Voice: 

580-924-5331

Fax: 

580-920-2004

Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency

Email:

info@cocaa.org

This agency serves Cleveland County, Lincoln County, Logan County, Payne County, Pottawatomie County and Seminole County. Programs include:

  • Asset Development - Tax Return Preparation Assistance;
  • Early Childhood - Car Seats;
  • Emergency Services - Prescription Assistance, Clothing, Food, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance, Fans/Blankets;
  • Housing - Weatherization;
  • Nutrition - Child Care Food Program, Meals Delivered to Residences;
  • Senior Citizens - RSVP; and
  • Transit - Road to Work, SoonerRide.

429 N. Union Ave., P.O. Box 486
Shawnee , OK 74802

Voice: 

405-275-6060

Toll Free: 

800-256-5960

Fax: 

405-214-4326

City of Norman

Email:

revitalization@NormanOK.gov

Deferred payment loans and emergency home repair loans. Income guidelines.

Housing Rehabilitation
201-A W. Gray
Norman , OK 73070

Voice: 

405-366-5432

Fax: 

405-366-5445

Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma / Canadian Counties, Inc.

Email:

execdir@caaofokc.org

This agency serves Oklahoma County and Canadian County. Programs include:

  • Asset Development - Budget Counseling/Financial Management Services, Business Development Assistance, Individual Development Accounts, Tax Return Preparation Assistance;
  • Early Childhood - Car Seat Loan/Distribution, Child Care, Head Start;
  • Emergency Services - Prescription Assistance, Clothing, Fans, Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance;
  • Housing - Emergency Home Repairs, Homebuyer Education Classes, Rehabilitation, Weatherizing;
  • Nutrition - Garden Seed Distribution;
  • Substance Abuse - Outpatient Counseling, Residential Treatment Program;
  • Transit - Step Shopping Routes, Senior Companion Transportation; and
  • Youth - Provide School Supplies, Summer Programs;

Services include home repair and weatherizing, rehabilitation, home buyer assistance and social and community services.

319 S.W. 25th St.
Oklahoma City , OK 73109

Voice: 

405-232-0199

Fax: 

405-232-9074

Community Action Development Corporation

This agency serves Beckham County, Cotton County, Jefferson County, Kiowa County, Roger Mills County, Tillman County and Washita County. Programs include:

  • Early Childhood - Head Start
  • Emergency Services - Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance;
  • Housing - Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation, Rental, Weatherizing;
  • Income Management - Income Tax Return Preparation Assistance;
  • Nutrition - Child Care Food Program, Congregate Meal Sites;
  • Transit - On Demand, Road to Work Routes, SoonerRide, TANF Contract, Head Start and School Routes; and
  • Youth - Graduated Sanctions, Recreational Leagues (Little League, Basketball and Soccer), Summer Reading Program.

P.O. Box 989
Frederick , OK 73542

Voice: 

580-335-5588

Fax: 

580-335-3092

Community Action Project of Tulsa County (CAP)

Community Action Project (CAP)'s mission is to help families in economic need achieve self-sufficiency. They provide a variety of services to the low-income community. Some of the programs focus on advancing the education and school readiness of very young children (ages 0-5). Some focus on improving the financial circumstances and economic independence of families with young children. Others focus on ensuring that these children and families live in safe, secure, nurturing communities.

4606 S. Garnett Rd., Ste. 100
Tulsa , OK 74146

Voice: 

918-382-3200

Fax: 

918-382-3213

Community Action Resource and Development (CARD)

Email:

info@cardcaa.org

This agency serves Nowata County, Mayes County, Rogers County, Washington County and Wagoner County. Programs include:

  • Asset Development - Income Tax Return Preparation, Budget Counseling/Financial Management Services;
  • Early Childhood - Early Head Start, Head Start;
  • Emergency Services - Food, Clothing, Prescription Assistance, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance, Temporary Shelter;
  • Employment - Job Training Funding;
  • Housing - Downpayment/Closing Cost Assistance, Homebuyer Education Classes, Multi-Family Housing Developments, Single Family Construction, Emergency Home Repair, Weatherization; and
  • Nutrition - Child & Adult Care Food Program, Congregate Meal Sites, Meal Delivery to Residences, Nutrition Counseling/Training.

This program provides food assistances, housing assistances and weatherizing, senior citizen programs, social services and emergency services. Call for more information.

522 W. Will Rogers Blvd.
Claremore , OK 74018

Voice: 

918-341-5000

Fax: 

918-343-3663

Community Development Support Association

Provides emergency assistance for basic needs and more.

This agency serves Garfield County and Grant County. Programs include:

  • Asset Development - Tax Return Preparation Assistance, Budget Counseling/Financial Management Services;
  • Developmental Disabilities - Pre-employment Skills;
  • Early Childhood - Child Care Finders, Parents as Teachers, Success by Six;
  • Emergency Services - Prescription Assistance, Food, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Temporary Housing, Utility Payment Assistance;
  • Employment - Workforce Investment Act;
  • Housing - Downpayment/Closing Cost Assistance, Emergency Home Repairs, Homebuyer Education Classes, Multifamily Construction, Rehabilitation, Rentals, Weatherizing;
  • Youth - Workforce Investment Act for Youth; and
  • Other - Turning Point Initiative.
2615 E. Randolph
Enid , OK 73701

Voice: 

580-242-6131

Fax: 

580-234-3554

Deep Fork Community Action

Email:

deepforkca@aol.com

This agency provides child/adult food program, weatherizing, self-help housing, social services and senior nutrition program.

This agency serves Hughes County, McIntosh County, Okfuskee County and Okmulgee County. Programs include:

  • Asset Development - Tax Return Preparation Assistance
  • Emergency Services - Prescription Assistance, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Temporary Housing, Utility Payment Assistance;
  • Housing - Downpayment/Closing Cost Assistance, Homebuyer Education Classes, Multifamily Housing Developments, Rental Units, Single-Family Construction, Weatherization;
  • Nutrition - Child and Adult Care Food Program, Senior Congregate Meal Sites, Garden Seed Distribution, Meals Delivery to Residences, Nutrition Counseling;
  • Youth - Summer Programs, Child Food Program; and
  • Other - Turning Point Initiative.
223 W. 6th St.
Okmulgee , OK 74447

Voice: 

918-756-2826

Fax: 

918-756-6829

Fire Safety Solutions for People with Disabilities

Email:

abletech@okstate.edu

Fire Safety Solutions for People with Disabilities," is designed to distribute and install free smoke alarms, as well as provide Fire Safety messages to Oklahomans with disabilities. Fire Protection Publications and Oklahoma ABLE Tech, both at Oklahoma State University, have created a partnership to provide specific fire safety messages to people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind/low vision, or mobility impaired. This program will also serve as an important example to other states so they have a model to establish their own smoke alarm distribution program for people with disabilities.

Oklahoma ABLE Tech
1514 W. Hall of Fame
Stillwater , OK 74078

Voice: 

405-744-9748

Toll Free: 

888-885-5588

Fax: 

405-744-2487

Great Plains Improvement Foundation

This foundation serves Comanche County. Programs include:

  • Asset Development - Tax Return Preparation Assistance;
  • Developmental Disabilities - Job Training, Residential Services;
  • Emergency Services - Prescription Assistance, Clothing, Temporary Shelter, Fans/Blankets;
  • Housing - Downpayment/Closing Cost Assistance, Homebuyer Education Classes, Rental Units, Single Family Construction, Weatherizing;
  • Nutrition - Child Care Food Program;
  • Transit - Road to Work Routes, SoonerRide; and
  • Other - Child Support Enforcement.
2 S.E. Lee, P.O. Box 926
Lawton , OK 73502

Voice: 

580-353-2364

Fax: 

580-353-1952

Inca Community Action Foundation

This agency serves Atoka County, Johnson County, Marshall County and Murray County. Programs include:

  • Asset Development - Tax Return Preparation Assistance;
  • Developmental Disabilities - Job Skills, Residential Services;
  • Early Childhood - Head Start;
  • Emergency Services - Clothing, Food, Prescription Assistance, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance;
  • Housing - Homebuyer Education Classes, Single Family Construction, Weatherizing;
  • Nutrition - Child and Adult Care Food Program, Garden Seed Distribution;
  • Senior Citizens - RSVP, Foster Grandparents;
  • Transit - Road to Work Routes, SoonerRide;
  • Youth - Students Working Against Tobacco, Postponing Sexual Involvement; and
  • Other: Turning Point Initiative.
201 S. Capitol St., Ste. 2, P.O. Box 68
Tishomingo , OK 73460

Voice: 

580-371-2352

Fax: 

580-371-3085

KiBois Community Action Foundation

This foundation serves Haskell County, Latimer County, LeFlore County and Pittsburg County. Programs include:

  • Asset Management - Tax Return Preparation Assistance, Budget Counseling/Financial Management Services;
  • Developmental Disabilities - Pre-employment Skills/Competencies, Residential Services;
  • Early Childhood - Head Start;
  • Emergency Services - Prescription Assistance, Food, Clothing, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance;
  • Housing - Group Homes, Down payment/Closing Cost Assistance, Multifamily Housing Developments, Rehabilitation, Weatherizing;
  • Nutrition - Child and Adult Care Food Program, Counseling/Training;
  • Senior Citizens - RSVP; and
  • Transit - Road to Work Routes, SoonerRide.

200 S.E. "A" St., P.O. Box 727
Stigler , OK 74462

Voice: 

918-967-3325

Toll Free: 

800-299-4479

Fax: 

918-967-8660

Little Dixie Community Action Agency, Inc.

Little Dixie's Family Service Centers offer comprehensive case management services throughout Choctaw, McCurtain, and Pushmataha counties. Referrals are made to the different agencies in partnership with Little Dixie, such as: Department of Human Services, Red Cross, the county health departments, S.O.S., FEMA, Helping Hands, and the Ministerial Alliance in each county.

Little Dixie works with the local utility companies to provide payment assistance for utility bills. Little Dixie also assists low-income families with rent payments and provides emergency food vouchers. Referrals are also made to in-house programs such as the Homeless Program and the Transit Program, depending on the individual's need.

This agency serves Choctaw County, McCurtain County and Pushmataha County. Programs include:

  • Asset Development - Tax Return Preparation Assistance, Budget Counseling, Business Development Assistance;
  • Early Childhood - Child Care, Early Head Start, Head Start;
  • Emergency Services - Prescription Assistance, Food, Temporary Shelter, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance;
  • Housing - Down payment/Closing Cost Assistance, Multifamily Housing Developments, Rehabilitation, Single Family Construction, Weatherizing;
  • Nutrition - Child and Adult Care Food Program;
  • Senior Citizens - RSVP;
  • Transit - Road to Work Routes, SoonerRide;
  • Youth - Court Appointed Special Advocacy, Mentoring, Youth Restitution, Provide School Supplies; and
  • Other - Management of State Parks, Kiamichi Development Corporation, Economic Development Initiatives, Turning Point Initiative.
209 N. 4th St.
Hugo , OK 74743

Voice: 

580-326-3351

Midwest City Grants Management Division

Provides home repair assistance programs that serves low to moderate income homeowners in Midwest City by helping with no-interest loans, emergency repairs, and senior programs 62 plus. Operation Paintbrush, provides paint, materials, and some equipment, while homeowner supplies the labor.

100 N. Midwest Blvd.
Midwest City , OK 73110

Voice: 

405-739-1216

TTY: 

405-739-1286

Fax: 

405-739-1399

Muskogee County Community Action Foundation

Call for information on services provided.

1313 N. Main St.
Muskogee , OK 74401

Voice: 

918-683-7637

Fax: 

918-683-8627

Neighborhood Housing Services Of Oklahoma City

Email:

rolandc@nhsokc.org

For low to moderate income families, this program assists with loans for home purchase, home repair loans, down payment and closing cost loans, home buyer education classes and financial counseling.

1320 Classen Drive, Ste. 200
Oklahoma City , OK 73103

Voice: 

405-231-4663

Neighborhood Housing Services of Tulsa

Housing programs, including first-time homebuyer assistance with closing and down payment costs, homebuyer education, and income and other eligibility criteria apply for some programs.

1436 N. Cheyenne Ave.
Tulsa , OK 74106

Voice: 

918-582-3711

Northeast Oklahoma Community Action Agency

Email:

info@neocaa.org

This agency serves Delaware County and Ottawa County. Programs include:

  • Asset Development - Tax Return Preparation Assistance, Budget Counseling/Financial Management;
  • Early Childhood - Head Start;
  • Emergency Services - Prescription Assistance, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance;
  • Housing - Downpayment/Closing Cost Assistance, Rehabilitation, Rental Units, Single Family Construction, Weatherizing; and
  • Nutrition - Child and Adult Care Food Program.

856 E. Melton Dr., Ste. C, P.O. Box 603
Jay , OK 74346

Voice: 

918-253-4683

Fax: 

918-253-6059

OG&E Weatherization Program for Seniors

OG&E has announced a Free Home Weatherization Program for Seniors (65 and older) earning less than $35,000 annually (see Qualifications below). Some typical improvements include the following:

  • Insulation; attic, floor, and wall
  • Window Sealing
  • Weather-stripping
  • Maintenance of HVAC
  • Hot water tank check-up
  • Thermostat settings
  • Lighting efficiency
  • Sealing the exterior siding

To find out about participating, contact OG&E Customer Service at 272-9741 (metro Oklahoma City area customers) or 1-800-272-9741 (all others).

Qualifying household income:

  • $35,000 or below,
  • Age 65 and older
  • OG+E customer,
  • Own the home being weatherized Resided in the home for a minimum of one year Home built prior to 2000 (no mobile homes).

Voice: 

405-272-9741 OKC

Toll Free: 

800-272-9741 Statewide

Oklahoma Association of Community Action Agencies (OACAA)

Email:

OKACAA@yahoo.com

OACAA provides its 18 Community Action Agency members and others with poverty-related information, education and technical assistance. The Association conducts public awareness programs on poverty and efforts of Community Action Agencies to assist economically disadvantaged persons.

Programs vary among community action agencies, but many offer these services:

  • Home buyer assistance,
  • Home repair and weatherizing,
  • Home buyer education,
  • Housing for people with disabilities,
  • Employment and training programs,
  • Small business development services,
  • Transportation,
  • Early and Periodic Screening,
  • Diagnosis and Treatment (Medicaid-funded health screening and treatment for children),
  • Nutrition and congregate meal programs for the elderly,
  • Homeless services,
  • Emergency assistance, food, clothing,
  • Car seat loan and distribution,
  • Disaster relief (FEMA),
  • Income tax assistance,
  • Credit counseling,
  • Literacy programs,
  • GED classes,
  • Head Start programs,
  • Parent education,
  • Community development
  • Community based services for individuals with disabilities, and
  • Information and advocacy.

Request a map and chart of services offered by each community action agency from OACAA.

605 Centennial Blvd
Edmond , OK 73013

Voice: 

405-949-1495

Fax: 

405-509-2712

Oklahoma Department of Human Services - Aging Services Division

Services and resources aimed at supporting independence and protecting quality of life for older Oklahomans.

  • Adult Protective Services (APS) - Information about the program that investigates reports of abuse, neglect or exploitation of vulnerable adults, including older persons and persons with developmental disabilities.
  • Adult Day Services - Program helps participants stay in the community, allowing families and other caregivers to continue caring for an impaired member at home.
  • ADvantage Waiver - Provides Medicaid services to help frail elders and adults who have physical disabilities stay at home instead of going to a nursing home.
  • Aging Services Division Programs and Services - Learn about the programs and services managed by this OKDHS division, download key forms or documents, view policy or find available publications.
  • Area Agencies on Aging - Get information about services such as congregate and home delivered meals, health promotion, nutrition or in-home assistance for Oklahomans age 60 and older.
  • Food Stamps - Also known as the "nutrition safety net of the nation," these benefits help raise nutritional levels of low-income households.
  • Legal Assistance - Get legal referrals and information about assistance for elder rights, end-of-life issues and grandparents raising grandchildren legal rights.
  • Long-Term Care Ombudsman - Serves residents in Oklahoma's long-term care facilities, including nursing homes, assisted living centers and similar adult care homes.
  • Pharmacy Connection Council - Information about how you can get better access to purchase medically necessary prescription drugs.
  • Oklahoma Senior Corps Program - Learn how you can volunteer to make a difference in the community, provide assistance to children with special needs, provide comfort and in-home assistance with daily living tasks to frail, homebound elderly persons.
Sequoyah Memorial Office Building
2400 N. Lincoln Blvd., P.O. Box 25352
Oklahoma City , OK 73105

Voice: 

405-521-2281

Fax: 

405-521-2086

Oklahoma Department of Human Services - Developmental Disabilities Services

This division provides services to persons ages 3 and older who have a primary diagnosis of developmental disabilities (mental retardation, an IQ of 70 or below). Persons served may also have other developmental or physical disabilities in addition to developmental disabilities.

Community Waiver includes a comprehensive array of services including residential, employment and habilitation services and supports. The Community Waiver provides services appropriate to the individual's needs. To apply call the area in which you live:

  • Area I - 800-522-1064 - is Oklahoma City to include areas north of Interstate 40 and west of Interstate 35, with offices in Enid, Okla., and Oklahoma City.
  • Area II - 800-522-1075 - is the Tulsa Area to include areas to the north of Interstate 40 and east of Interstate 35, with an office in Tulsa, Okla.
  • Area III - 800-522-1086 - is Pauls Valley to include areas to the south of Interstate 40, with an office in Pauls Valley, Okla.

In-Home Supports Waivers (IHSW) allow individuals and families to select services necessary for each individual to remain in his or her own home or family home. Individuals on the IHSW are assigned to OKDHS Developmental Disabilities Services Division (DDSD) case managers to assist them in locating, securing, and coordinating needed services.

Eligible children, ages 3 through 17, may receive up to $12,360 of services per year through the IHSW-Children. Eligible adults, 18 years or older, may receive up to $18,540 of services per year through the IHSW-Adult. These waivers are not cash payment programs and all services are provided through agencies contracting with the Oklahoma Health Care Authority.

Guardianship services are available for people receiving waiver services and for people who are residents of the Resource Centers (Northern Oklahoma Resource Center at Enid, the Southern Oklahoma Resource Center at Pauls Valley, or the Robert M. Greer Center). Services include assessment of the need for a guardian, assistance in locating a family member or volunteer to serve as guardian and vouchers for attorney's fees for the establishment of a guardian.

Family Support Assistance payments - This is a cash payment program for families who are caring for children under age 18 at home. In this program, families can receive payments of $250-$400 per month depending on the number of children with disabilities in the home. Families who meet the income eligibility may choose this cash payment in lieu of the Medicaid Home and Community-Based Waiver (HCBW) Services. This program is funded through state dollars.

Group Homes offer living arrangements for 6 to 12 people who share a home and receive up to 24 hours per day of supervision, support, and training in daily living skills. Group Home residents are 18 years of age or older and are provided community living services. Group Homes are single-family homes located in the community close to other services and activities. The home is owned or leased by a private agency. The agency receives reimbursement from OKDHS Developmental Disabilities Services Division (DDSD) for supervising and supporting the residents of the home.

Sequoyah Memorial Office Building
2400 N. Lincoln Blvd., P.O. Box 25352
Oklahoma City , OK 73105

Voice: 

405-521-6267

Fax: 

405-522-3037

Oklahoma Rural Development

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) administers rural development programs that include housing for individuals and families, help for entities trying to develop housing, and activities to develop rural communities, infrastructures and businesses.

Direct Loan Program (Section 502): Home loans with low interest rates. Most Section 502 loans are made to families with incomes below 80 percent of the median income level in the communities in which they live. These direct loans are made for home purchase or construction.

Loan Guarantee Program (Section 502): Under this program, the Rural Housing Service (RHS) guarantees loans made by private sector lenders. This means that should an individual borrower default on a loan, RHS will pay the private financier for the loan. Under the terms of this program, a family may borrow up to 100 percent of the appraised value of a home, thus eliminating the need for a down payment.

Mutual Self-Help Housing Program: The Self-Help Housing Program makes homes affordable by enabling future homeowners to work on homes themselves. Qualified applicants must complete 65 percent of the work to build their own home. This reduces the cost of the home. Program enrollees also usually obtain loans through the Direct Loan Program. The Self-Help Program also provides grants to nonprofit groups and local governments which then supervise groups of 5 to 12 enrollees in the Self-Help Program. Members of each group help work on each others homes, moving in only when all homes are completed.

Home Repair Loan and Grant Program (Section 504): This program offers low interest loans and grants to very low income individuals and families who own homes in need of repair or accessibility modifications. Homeowners age 62 and over are eligible for home improvement grants. Other low income families and individuals receive loans at a one percent interest rate, with the option to pay a loan out over a 20-year period. Under this program, loans up to $20,000 and grants of up to $7,500 are available. Grant/loan combinations are possible if a person can repay part of the repair cost.

Multi-Family Housing Rental Assistance Program (Section 521): Provides finance options to developers of low-income community housing in rural areas. Residents of these housing developments can apply for rental assistance to lower their rent to no more than 30 percent of their income.

100 USDA, Ste. 108
Stillwater , OK 74074

Voice: 

405-742-1000

TTY: 

405-742-1007

Fax: 

405-742-1005

Opportunities, Inc.

Opportunities, Inc. seeks to remove obstacles and solve problems which inhibit the ability of low income families to attain self-sufficiency. Utilizing funds, from the Community Service Block Grant (CSBG), Opportunities, Inc. is able to provide a range of services and activities to impact upon the problems of poverty.

This agency serves Alfalfa County, Beaver County, Blaine County, Cimarron County, Custer County, Dewey County, Ellis County, Harper County, Kingfisher County, Major County, Texas County, Woods County and Woodward County. Programs and services include:

  • Asset Development - Tax Return Preparation Assistance;
  • Developmental Disabilities - Residential Services;
  • Early Childhood - Head Start;
  • Emergency Services - Clothing, Food, Prescription Assistance, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Temporary Housing, Utility Payment Assistance;
  • Employment - Job Training Funding;
  • Housing - Single-Family Construction, Rentals, Weatherizing;
  • Nutrition - Child & Adult Care Food Program, Congregate Meal Sites, Meals Delivery to Residences;
  • Senior Citizens - RSVP;
  • Substance Abuse - Outpatient Counseling, Residential Treatment; and
  • Other - Turning Point Initiative.
117 W. Russworm, P.O. Box 569
Watonga , OK 73772

Voice: 

580-623-7283

Fax: 

580-623-7290

Southwest Oklahoma Community Action Group

Email:

socag@swbell.net

This group serves Greer County, Harmon County and Jackson County. Programs include:

  • Asset Development - Tax Return Preparation Assistance;
  • Developmental Disabilities - Pre-employment Skills;
  • Early Childhood - Head Start;
  • Emergency Services - Food, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance, Fans/Blankets;
  • Housing - Single-family Construction, Multifamily Construction, Homebuyer Education Classes, Rehabilitation, Rental Units, Weatherizing;
  • Nutrition - Child and Adult Care Food Program, Congregate Meal Sites, Meals Delivered to Residences, Counseling/Training;
  • Senior Citizens - RSVP;
  • Substance Abuse - Jackson County Tobacco Control Program;
  • Transit - Public, SoonerRide;
  • Youth - Communities of Promise; and
  • Other Programs - Communities of Excellence/Tobacco Control, Adult Day Care, RX for Oklahoma.
900 S. Carver Rd., P.O. Drawer 1088
Altus , OK 73521

Voice: 

580-482-5040

Fax: 

580-482-5433

The City of Oklahoma City

Email:

housing.rehab@okc.gov

Low interest loans for home repair and rehabilitation. For limited income homeowners in targeted areas of the City.

Neighborhood Services Department Housing Programs Division
420 W. Main, Ste. 1040
Oklahoma City , OK 73102

Voice: 

405-297-2846

United Community Action Program

Provides emergency services such as assistance with pharmacy payments, rental/mortgage payments, utility, food, clothing and more.

This program serves Creek County, Kay County, Noble County, Osage County and Pawnee County. Programs include:

  • Early Childhood - Child Care, Early Head Start, Head Start;
  • Emergency Services - Prescription Assistance, Clothing, Pantry, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Temporary Shelter, Utility Payment Assistance;
  • Housing - Multifamily Development, Rehabilitation, Emergency Home Repairs, Weatherizing;
  • Nutrition - Child and Adult Care Food Program, Meals Delivered to Residences;
  • Substance Abuse - Outpatient Counseling;
  • Transit - On Demand, Road to Work Routes, SoonerRide;
  • Youth - Provide School Supplies, Tutoring, Summer Programs; and
  • Other - RxAssist for Oklahoma.
501 6th Street
Pawnee , OK 74058

Voice: 

918-762-2561

Fax: 

918-762-3418

Washita Valley Community Action Council

This council serves Caddo County and Grady County. Programs include:

  • Asset Development - Tax Return Preparation Assistance;
  • Early Childhood - Head Start;
  • Emergency Services - Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance;
  • Housing - Downpayment/Closing Cost Assistance, Homebuyer Education Classes, Weatherizing;
  • Nutrition - Child and Adult Care Food Program; and
  • Transit - Road to Work Routes, SoonerRide.
205 W. Chickasha Ave, P.O. Box 747
Chickasha , OK 73023

Voice: 

405-224-5831

Fax: 

405-222-4303