Did you know?
- The Center of Hope is the largest homeless refuge in NE Oklahoma with a capacity for over 500 and has separate living areas for single men, single women and families. Three daily meals are served for shelter guests.
- Nightly chapel services are available. Participation is voluntary.
- Primary physical and mental health care services are provided at on site clinics.
We offer Emergency Financial Assistance (EFA)
- Utility assistance (electric, natural gas, propane and water/sewer services)
- Limited prescription assistance is provided following the same application requirements for EFA. A current original prescription must be submitted with application.
- Restricted Travel Assistance is available to send “stranded” travelers safely back to their homes and employment. Application for Travel Assistance does not guarantee assistance will be available or approved.
- Teaching effective financial management
- Fostering healthy nutritional habits
- Strengthening families through parenting development
- Establishing solid family structures and values
- Developing desire to seek lifelong learning opportunities
- Acquiring, stabilizing and maintaining housing.
- Step One – Genesis
- The Genesis Program is designed as a starting point and is the guest’s opportunity for a new beginning.
- Step Two – Joshua/Ruth
- The Joshua/Ruth Program is designed to move the guest towards desiring and obtaining a fulfilling successful life.
- Step Three – Josiah
- The Josiah Program is designed to eliminate obstacles that guests experience which hinder progress towards housing stability.
- Step Four – Gideon
- The Gideon Program is designed for guests who work full time and are preparing to return to permanent housing.
- Goliath – This program complements Steps One through Four and is exclusively for guests struggling with addictions by focusing on proper treatment opportunities and recovery that leads to lifelong sobriety.
- Abraham – A Family Focused Program
- The Abraham Program is a life skills class designed for families, which provides guidance towards appropriate individualized housing placement in either on-site Supportive Housing or permanent housing.
Project Able is a program for single individuals who are HOMELESS and are willing to work towards self-sufficiency through employment education and skills training. It includes:
- Two-year supportive program (transitional housing)
- Comprehensive assessment of individual needs
- Individualized case plan developed by the individual and case management team
- Group sessions to specifically target problem areas
- Education and job training opportunities
- Intensive case management services including client-linkage, advocacy and coordination of services
- Assistance with basic necessities .