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Partner Agencies

AMERICAN RED CROSS
10151 East 11th St. Tulsa, OK 74128
765-6605

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
http://www.redcross.org


BIG BROTHERS, BIG SISTERS
106 S. 4th Street, Ponca City, OK 74601
1-580-749-5166

The Big Brothers, Big Sisters Mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-on-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
www.bbbsok.org


BOY SCOUTS-CIMARRON COUNCIL
P.O. Box 3146, Enid 73702

1-580-234-3652

The Boy Scouts of America serve the community by instilling in young people the values they need to make ethical choices over their lifetime and to prepare them to achieve their full potential as well as provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.
http://www.cimarronbsa.org


CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
702 E. Grand Ave.

765-7532

The Child Development Center provides affordable high quality pre-school childcare in a nurturing, secure environment. This program emphasizes life skills and school readiness through creative "hands and minds" on learning experiences and development of language skills that encourage spiritual, physical, emotional and social growth.
http://www.cdcponcacity.org


EDWIN FAIR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
1500 N. 6th St  Ponca City, OK  74601

580-762-7561

To provide services that foster mental health recovery and wellness in our consumers and communities. Edwin Fair Community Mental Health Center has spent 60 years helping others and promoting mental wellness. Since 1958, we have been assisting residents of Kay, Noble, Osage, Pawnee and Payne counties in Oklahoma with a wide variety of mental health services, all custom-tailored to meet community needs.
www.edwinfair.com


GIRL SCOUTS OF EASTERN OKLAHOMA
2432 E. 51st St, Tulsa 74105
918-749-2551

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.
http://www.gseok.org


GOLDEN VILLA ADULT DAY SERVICES
1722 N. 4th St. #B

762-0264

Golden Villa, above all else, is committed to the care and improvement of human life. In recognition of this commitment, we strive to deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare in the community we serve. Golden Villa recognizes and affirms the unique and intrinsic worth of each individual. We treat all those serve with compassion and kindness. We will act with absolute honesty, integrity and fairness in the way we conduct our business and the way we live our lives. We trust our colleagues as valuable members or our healthcare team and pledge to treat one another with loyalty, respect and dignity.


HEARTLINE 211
Dial 211

Heartline connects Oklahomans to help, hope and information - 24 hours a day.
http://www.heartlineoklahoma.org


NEW EMERGENCY RESOURCE AGENCY
500 N. 1st

765-5372

NERA provides utility and rental help to low income families so they can continue to stay in their current residence without having to repay deposit, first month rent and last month rent.


NORTHERN OKLAHOMA YOUTH SERVICES
2203 N. Ash

762-8341

NOYS provides care and supervision for homeless youth that are temporarily homeless due to abandonment, runaway behavior, or involvement in the child protective system due to alleged neglect and\or abuse.
http://www.noysok.org


PEACHTREE LANDING
105 W. Hazel

762-3208

Peachtree Landing assists homeless individuals and families through temporary emergency shelter and strengthens their capacity to live independently.


RETIRED & SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
455 Fairview Ste. 101

762-9412

RSVP engages senior volunteers from Kay County, ages 55 and older, in assisting staff to plan, develop, and present health education programs for seniors and others, which compel them to take personal responsibility for their basic health.
http://www.rsvppc.org


SURVIVOR RESOURCE NETWORK
P.O. Box 85

762-2873 

Survivors of domestic violence will transition from shelter to independent living by building employment skills, increasing financial knowledge and sustainability, developing life skills, securing safe and affordable housing, and acquiring stable employment.
http://www.dvpnco.org

 

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