Tulsa County transitional housing and shelters.

Housing programs in Tulsa can help veterans, single parents, low income families, and the homeless, among others. Across the county are a number of shelters, transitional housing programs, and other resources that individuals can turn to when facing a crisis or a hardship.

Most of the agencies will both provide some form or short term housing and longer term solutions. So this can include free meals and clothing. Also get assistance in locating a permanent home or apartment in Tulsa as well as free job search assistance. Or clients can explore financial resources such as federal government section 8 housing vouchers or funds for paying security deposits or first months rent.

The non-profits and the various transitional programs do what they can to help the less fortunate and homeless. Even if a center doesn’t have what you need, or maybe you don’t qualify, then referrals and other support may be offered.

Oxford House Oxford House
Offers short term living houses for alcoholics/addicts. It is for people recovering from an addition. There are several centers and offices in the region, as noted below.

  • Briarwood Park, 8513 East 34th St., Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145, dial 918-622-2442.
  • Green Country (Women) 2412 S. 137th E. Ave, Tulsa, OK 74134, 918-439-1027
  • Southern Hills, 5629 S. Columbia Place, Tulsa, OK 74105, call 918-749-4673
  • Southern Plaza, 7527 E. 55th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145, telephone number is 918-622-0678
  • Meadows, 8015 S. 87th E. Ave, Tulsa, OK 74133, 918-307-0111
  • Terrace Manor, 1309 Terrace Drive, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104, dial 918-583-4673 for intake.
  • Urbana, 4646 S. Urbana, Tulsa, OK 74135, 918-627-4673
  • 1608 S Beech Ave, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012-6031, Main phone number is (918) 936-0267

12 & 12
Main address is 6333 E Skelly Dr.
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74135
For service, dial (918) 664-4224
Housing and support may be available to clients who have completed a residential program but if they also need a structured environment for a longer period of time. Clients of the housing and other programs will be required to obtain employment or attend school.




Catholic Charities
Address: 2450 N Harvard Avenue
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74115
Dial the non-profit at (918) 949-4673
The housing program known as Madonna House serves pregnant homeless women. In addition to housing, clients can receive instruction on infants and parenting, nutrition education, support in finding affordable housing, job counseling and other services. Other housing programs offered by the Catholic Charities include Saint Elizabeth Lodge, which can be reached at (918) 508-7140.

Domestic Violence Intervention Services - Sojourner's Inn
For service, dial (918) 743-5763
The non-profit agency provides short term, transitional housing in a confidential location. It is for women and children impacted by domestic violence.

Exodus House
Location is 2624 E Newton Street Apt E
Tulsa, OK 74110
Telephone number is (918) 747-8601
The charity runs up to a nine-month temporary residential reintegration program. The focus is on who have just been released from prison and also ex-offenders. All aid is offered on a case by case basis. Each client is also provided with job search assistance, furnishings for apartment, meals, clothing, and other support, such as case management.

For His Glory
106 South Yorktown Avenue
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104
Dial (918) 584-1808 for information.
Transitional housing and also a safe, nurturing place for hurting women is available.

Day Center for the Homeless
Location is 415 W Archer St.
Tulsa, OK 74103
(918) 583-5588

Glory House
106 S Yorktown Ave
Tulsa, OK 74104
Telephone - (918) 584-1808

How Foundation Of Oklahoma
Main address is 5649 S Garnett Road
Tulsa, OK 74146
Phone - (918) 252-5739
Offers housing, clothing, emergency dental and medical care, vocational, and other social services. Clients need to take part in occupational training, find gainful employment and maintain independence. Extended living conditions/apartments are available.





John 3:16 Mission - North Cheyenne Location
Location is 506 North Cheyenne
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103
(918) 587-1187
The program provides a number of services such as housing, education, vocational guidance, and counseling.

Oklahoma United Methodist Circle Of Care, Pearls Hope
1616 N Gilcrease Museum Road
Tulsa, OK 74127
Telephone number is (866) 778-2956
Call (918) 583-9506 for intake.
The location offers temporary, transitional housing. Another of other support services promoting self reliance and financial stability are offered, such as credit repair, help in locating and paying for a new home, and more.

Restoring Lives
Main address: 3308 W 61st Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74132
Main Phone - (918) 445-2900
A transitional living program for homeless veterans.

Salvation Army - Tulsa Center Of Hope
Address - 102 N Denver Avenue
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103
Telephone - (918) 582-7201
Provides emergency shelter, job readiness classes for residents, training, preparation, meals, and follow-up as needed. Funds may be offered for paying rent or deposits.

Tulsa County Emergency Shelter
Tulsa, OK 74127

US Department Of Veteran Affairs - Behavioral Health Clinic - Us Department Of Veteran Affairs - Homeless Services
Main address is 10159 E 11th Street Ste 115
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74128
Primary phone - (918) 610-2047
The government organization provides recently evicted and also homeless veterans with support and/or transitional housings. Clients can also receive community referrals, case management and access to substance abuse services and mental health.




Washington B Foundation
PO Box 690521
Tulsa, OK 74169
Call (918) 951-1251 or dial (918) 955-2523
The non-profit offers free transitional housing to individuals with physical disabilities, the homeless and also people with medical conditions to include HIV/AIDS, mental illness, and cancer. Free meals per day, employment assistance, and medical assistance is administered too.

Youth Services Of Tulsa
Main address is 311 S Madison
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74120
Phone - (918) 582-0061
The transitional living program provides help and support for homeless youth through housing and life skills development.


By Jon McNamara

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