Tulsa and University of Oklahoma Toolkit
On this page you'll find resources in your local area including health clinics, activities, and classes.
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OU Physicians Tulsa Community Health Bedlam Evening Clinic
Offices: 1111 S. St. Louis Tulsa, OK, 74120
Phone: (918) 619-4555 (Information Line) Fax: (918) 619-4833
Bedlam Free Evening Clinic
Days: Tuesday and Thursday
Hours: 4:30—10:00 pm
*Patients must be at clinic by 4:30 pm for triaging*
- Fees: None
- Eligibility: No insurance
- Services: Primary Care Rx Assistance
- Diabetic Supply: Through community pharmacies
- Interpreters: Spanish Other
- Limited community referrals
- Pain management and orthopedic services are available
Neighbor for Neighbor
505 East 36th St North
Tulsa, OK 74106-1812
NFN services are twofold: Survival---for people who need basic services to survive-- such as food, shelter & acute medical care. Guidance---for people who want to press forward to a better life.
- Life Skills
- Family Assistance/Emergency Assistance
- Legal Clinic
- Optical Clinic
- Food Pantry
- Prescription dispensing
- Community Projects
- Dental/Medical Clinic
- Circle Housing Program
Good Samaritan Health Services
Phone: (918) 710-42222
506 N Cheyenne Avenue Tulsa, OK 74103 (1st and 3rd Saturday of every month)
Garnett Road Baptist Church (2nd and 4th Thursday of every month)
Dream Center (Monday 9:00 am and 1:00 pm, Tuesday 1:00 pm and Wednesday 8:30 am)
Please contact for additional locations.
- Fees: None
- Eligibility: No insurance. Inability to pay.
- Services: Clinic offered to adults, children, and elderly only if without insurance.
- Lab: Routine Laboratory services available
- EKG, Doppler, AIC, INR, Nebulizer/Pulse Oximetry are also available on site.
- Immunizations - call for availability.
- Limited Rx Assistance: Same visit and on-site, limited to medications on site.
- Diabetic Supply available.
- Vision testing.
- Monthly women’s health clinics including: pap smears, qualifying Mammogram coupons, STD testing.
Community Health Connection
Tulsa, OK 74115
Appointments: Babyline (918) 838-0694
Hours: Thursdays, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Walk-Ins Welcome Contact: (918) 502-3998 or Emma Crook (918) 508-7121
- Pregnancy services includes free pregnancy test, prenatal and postnatal care>
- Dental services provides general dental care and restorative care to those without insurance or access to dental care.
- Emergency assistance provides food, clothing and social service assistance.
- St Elizabeth lodge is a transitional housing and support service program for working or homeless mothers with children.
- Counseling services.
- Disaster relief services helps victim of natural disasters with their immediate and long-term needs.
- Kitchen and garden program provides lunches to clients from noon to 1:00 pm.
DVIS Administrative and Counseling Office
3124 E. Apache St. Tulsa, OK 74110
DVIS Legal Services
600 Civic Center, Main Level (inside the Family Safety Center)
Tulsa, OK 74105
19 N. Main
Sapulpa, OK 74066
- Our emergency shelter and transitional living apartment complex are at confidential locations.
- Advocates are available 24 hours a day to answer call on 24 hour information and crisis line: 918.7HELP.ME (918.743.5763)
Tulsa Dream Center
200 West 46th Street North Tulsa, OK 74127
Phone: (918) 430-9984, Ext. 3406
Fax: (918) 428-1083
Web Site: www.thetulsadreamcenter.org
Medical Clinic Hours: Last Saturday of the month 11:00 am — 2:00 pm Wednesdays 9:00 am — 12:00 pm
- Fees: None
- Eligibility: None
- Food distribution
- Clothing distribution
- Personal counseling for teens
- Free legal services
- Children’s recreational programs
- After school program
- Spiritual training and ministry
- Hot lunch served daily
Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa
Main phone number: 918-588-1900
Address: 550 S. Peoria, Tulsa, OK 74120
IHCRC is an outpatient primary care facility. Our services include:
- Primary care
- Internal medicine
- Pregnancy testing and prenatal care and education
- Behavioral health
- Health education and wellness
- Digital imaging
- Summer youth program
Our clinical dietitians can guide patients toward healthy food choices to either lose or maintain a healthy weight. Our fitness specialist can provide personal training or fitness classes to help with weight loss, maintenance, and fitness. Our medical providers can make referrals to the dietitians and fitness specialist. Our medical providers are excellent resources for any health issue, and can provide preconception counselling as well. Another excellent resource is our Running Strong run club, for both youth and adults. This program is for either walkers or runners, and provides group support to help individuals meet their goals.
Youth Pow Wow
Indian Health Care Resource Center (IHCRC) hosts a youth pow wow, typically the first Saturday in May each year. The theme surrounds healthy native youth, improving family harmony and reducing family violence.
Running Strong Run Club
Supported by IHCRC, this youth and family run club trains at least twice weekly and competes in approximately 10 runs each year. Walkers and runners of all ages and abilities are welcome to join.
Good Samaritan Health Services
Tulsa Health Department
Main phone number: 918-582-9355
There are several local health department locations across Tulsa. They offer a variety of services including:
- Testing for TB, STD’s and HIV/AIDS
- Testing for pregnancy, hearing, hypertension, pap smears, breast exams, and others
- Healthy Start program for new moms and babies
- WIC program
- There are too many services to list here. Check out their website for more information.
For help with most anything, dial 211 or text 211OK to 898-211. You can also go online at 211OK.org. Some topics include:
- Crisis intervention
- Suicide prevention
- Food and meals
- Mental health
- Employment/income assistance
- Schools and adult education
- Legal assistance
- Support groups
- Housing and shelter
- Health and dental
- Support for parents and families
Family and Children’s Services
Main phone number: 918-587-9471
Offering over 50 programs, Family and Children’s Services has programs for both adults and children. Some of the classes include: relationships, various parenting classes, and helping children cope with divorce. Other services include: crisis services, mental health services, counseling for youth and adults, Women in Recovery, and other specialty services.
American Diabetes Association
Main phone number: 918-492-3839
Address: 5401 S. Harvard, Suite 120, Tulsa, OK 74135
The ADA is a great resource for diabetes and diabetes prevention information. They also host local community events such as the annual Diabetes EXPO and the Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes. The website lists additional resources for Native Americans with diabetes.
American Heart Association
The AHA provides extensive education about improving cardiovascular disease. It also supports local events such as the Heart Walk, Jump Rope for Heart, and others.
The local YMCA’s are a great resource for helping people increase their physical activity levels. They provide fitness centers, fitness classes, and swimming pools as some of their opportunities. They also provide a discounted membership based on income.
The Tulsa YWCA offers a variety of services, including Empowerment and Economic Advancement of Women & Girls, Health & Safety of Women & Girls, and various physical fitness facilities and activities.
Local Farmer’s Markets
Farmer’s markets are a great place to find locally produced fruits, vegetables, honey, and other locally grown products.
Oklahoma Powwow Guide
Local healthy restaurant menu options
Many local options are available – look for places that serve fresh fruits and vegetables, such as Jason’s Deli, and locally owned establishments.
Healthy grocery store choices
Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s both offer an extensive selection of fresh produce. Local grocery stores such as Reasor’s also offer fresh, locally grown produce.
Some parts of Tulsa are considered “food deserts”, in that there are no places that sell fresh produce and an assortment of healthy foods. Try to avoid “small box” retailers such as dollar stores, as most foods are processed. Look for places where you can buy fresh or frozen produce and lean, healthy meats.
Reproductive health services
- Tulsa Health Department
- Planned Parenthood
Community activities for healthy lifestyle
- Tulsa Parks and Recreation Department
- YMCA of Tulsa
- YWCA of Tulsa
Resources against sexual or domestic violence
- Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS) - 918.7HELP.ME (918.743.5763) http://dvis.org/
- Family Safety Center: 918.742.7480
- Oklahoma Safeline: 1.800.522.7233
Information for partners
Domestic Violence Intervention Services – for partners who need help with inappropriate or violent behaviors, please call 918-585-3163; http://dvis.org/
Resources that address social disparit
Call 211 for information on food pantries, help with utilities and other resources.
Tulsa Area Free Clinic Coalition Directory
This resource includes all the free clinics in the Tulsa metro area: http://tcmsok.org/mc/wpcontent/uploads/2012/09/Free_Clinic_Directory.pdf