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Assistance programs in Rogers County.

There are several financial assistance programs as well as places for free stuff available for the working poor as well as low income in Rogers County. Whether it is a church passing out free clothes or food or some money to help pay rent or cleanings from a dental clinic, help is offered. There is also utility bill assistance from charities or the government in Claremore OK, grants to help with rent and more.

A wide variety of social services and financial resources are available. There is help in Rogers County for students including free school supplies and free medical care for the uninsured. Or get free emergency groceries, gasoline cards, hotel vouchers in Rogers County, light bill help and more, as noted below.

Programs to help pay rent, groceries and bills

United Way of Rogers County is involved in the HPRP Prevention program as well as other resources, in partnerships with local charities as well as non-profits. The programs offers homelessness prevention funding, mortgage grants and rent help that includes both short and medium-term payment assistance.

There may be federal grants for rent, security deposits, utility and cooling bills. Or the homeless in Rogers County can find transitional housing or free motel or hotel vouchers. Other local charities may offer prescription medication, housing counseling, credit repair, debt reduction, and moving costs. Call 211

Safenet Services only helps people that face Domestic Violence, Sexual assault, trafficking, or Stalking. There may be various services including rent or utility bill help, homeless shelters, food, and more. There are referrals to low cost, long term housing and apartments for existing clients as well. Call (918) 341-1424

The Claremore and Rogers County Salvation Army provides assistance with utilities, rent and housing support. There is also free food including at Christmas or Thanksgiving and the agency also collaborates with other programs, non-profit organizations and charities throughout the community.

The Christian based church also coordinates homeless shelters, holiday meals and gifts, or school supplies for children from low income households. They also administer the Share the Warmth utility bill assistance programs. Email info@rogerscountysalvationarmy.org for information on these services, or read more Rogers County Salvation Army.

 

 

 

Community Action Resource and Development, Inc. is the community action agency in the area. They run different social service type programs that can help people who are facing a crisis. They also work to break the cycle of poverty.

A number of homeless prevention, hunger fighting, and free employment services are offered. CARD Inc., which is based in Claremore Oklahoma, provides rent assistance and housing aid to eligible participants in the Rogers county area. There is help for veterans, the unemployed, single mothers and others.

Gain access to such resources as gasoline vouchers, emergency rent and utility assistance, prescription medications, food, weatherization and income tax preparation. The address is 707 W W Lowry Rd 102 & 103, Claremore, OK 74018. Call (918) 343-2960 or (918) 341-5000. The Rogers County community action agency is also a great place to learn about state of Oklahoma public assistance.

Housing and rent assistance programs are available from a few non-profits in Rogers County. Many of the agencies only have a small number of grants to issue, if any. Funding will be targeted at families facing an eviction if they were not able to receive help for their rent, and other agencies offer shelter or money for a security deposit. There are HUD homes, income based housing that has no waiting list and more. Continue with Rogers County rent assistance programs.

Non-profits and charities provide free holiday assistance in Rogers County. Programs are available at Christmas, Thanksgiving, and other key events. Find agencies to cont for Thanksgiving turkeys, toys for a child, and much more. Read more on free help at Christmas in Rogers County.

Free debt management is offered. With thousands of families struggling with medical and credit card debts, or needing help with auto loans, two places to turn to for help include Credit Counseling Center - Claremore, dial 800-364-2227. There are phone and/or online consultations.. Learn how attorneys and counselor can help arbitrate debts.

 

 

 

 

Health and medical care in Rogers County

Oklahoma Community Health Services, Inc. is a community clinic that provides a comprehensive range of health care services to the uninsured and under insured in Rogers County. There is free medical or dental Residents can also get assistance including primary and preventive health care, dental care, medications and other aid. Phone (866) 415-7887 or (918) 341-3166

Rogers County Oklahoma free groceries and food pantries

Some centers are noted below. But there are several other food pantries, soup kitchens and government resources available, including options such as WIC or food stamps. There are also free hygiene supplies, boxes of groceries for the low-income or single moms or dads and other support. Find Rogers County food pantries.

Claremore Seventh Day Adventists CSC runs a food pantry for the city and town of Claremore. Some food may be delivered to the homebound and seniors. Also may have other items such as clothing or household goods. All products are free. 20555 South 4170 Road, Claremore, OK 74017, dial (918) 341-7873

Good Samaritan Ministry is part of Faith Baptist Church. Dial (918) 343-4357 for the free food distribution center.

St. Cecilia Catholic Church - Phone (918) 341-2343. The location is 1304 N Dorothy Ave, Claremore, OK 74017.

DestinyLife Church is located at 1055 W Blue Starr Dr., Claremore, Oklahoma 74017, phone (918) 341-1765. Distributes food up to 6 times per day to the needy and low income in Rogers County. Programs for the homeless and women with children may be offered too, such as shelters. Find more Oklahoma food pantries.

Lifechanger Church administers a food bank and soup kitchen. The pantry is at 2221 Cornerstone Ave,  Claremore, Oklahoma 74018, dial (918) 341-8344

Senior assistance programs

A few options include Claremore Senior Citizens Centers as well as the Claremore Meals on Wheels. There is also another non-profit, the Inola Senior Citizens Center.

The Senior Citizens Center in Claremore (475 E Blue Starr Dr, Claremore (call 918) 341-4734)) will help provide food as well as a nutritious, affordable lunch or meal for seniors who are age 50 and older. There may be free Ensure, groceries, and holiday food baskets too. Or learn about financial help for the elderly, free medications, or the various Medicare programs. There are also telephone programs for both cellular units as well as landlines that the elderly can use. Find more details on free cell phones for the elderly.

 

 

 

 

The Meals on Wheels has food delivered to shut-ins three times a week. Volunteers also do basic health check ins as well. Dial (918) 342-2006.

Inola Senior Citizens Center, which is at 205 S Broadway St, Inola, OK 74036, offers numerous senior services. There is grant money, homecare and medical or food including serving seniors in the area 12 month a year, 5 days each week. The center provides lunches or other meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays every week. They offer long-term health care, Triad eye services, speakers on Social Security matters, trust funds, new Medicare and pharmacy prescription cards. Call (918) 543-8513. Also click here to learn more on services at Senior Centers.

 

By Jon McNamara

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