We understand people need practical help for everyday needs. Please click on the icon titled “Tulsa Help Guide” for an extensive list of organizations that offer help to anyone in the Tulsa community who needs it – help for things like housing, food, clothing, drug addiction, health services, etc. It contains contact information and explains what each organization offers. The list is a PDF document that is 10MB in size. It may take a minute or two to download, so be patient.

The document is 15 pages long. Please take the time to search for your specific need and call the organizations who can provide help.

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Drug and alcohol addictions enslave so many people, but there is hope! There is help available in Tulsa, even if you are homeless and have no money to pay for treatment. See this list to the right. If you want freedom, contact these organizations and get yourself plugged in. There are even more organizations listed in the Tulsa Help Guide, above.

Addiction is hard to beat. Many people try to quit and then relapse. If this is you, DON’T GIVE UP! Our sin is big, but the forgiveness of Jesus is bigger. He will never give up on you. NEVER! His love for you is so big, it cannot be measured. Seek God’s help and contact these organizations and let them help you. It is their passion.

Don’t try to do this alone.

The Restoring Lives Program, www.restoringlivestulsa.org, 918-445-2900

Hope Is Alive!, hopeisalive.net, 1-844-346-7366

Salvation Army Adult Rehab Center, 918-583-6119

Lifegate Freedom Recovery, lifegate.publishpath.com, 918-512-6273

Narcotics Anonymous – find a meeting near you, www.na.org/meetingsearch

Alcoholics Anonymous – find a meeting near you, www.aaneok.org/meetings.php

Celebrate Recovery – find a meeting near you, grouplocator.crgroups.info

Crisis Support – 24 Hours a Day – 1-866-771-7088