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Funding for Personal Expenses

  • Funding for Personal Expenses
    Links and tips from GrantSpace.org on how to seek funding for personal expenses such as housing, credit counseling, and legal aid.

Federal Government Benefits

  • Benefits.gov
    Provides citizens with easy, online access to over 1,000 government benefit and assistance programs.
  • BenefitsCheckUp
    A program of the National Council on Aging that helps thousands of people every day to connect to private or government programs that help them pay for prescription drugs, health care, utilities, and other needs.
  • GovLoans.gov
    Provides information on federal loan opportunities. Some examples of loan opportunities include business, housing, and disaster relief loans.

Tulsa Organizations and Services

  • Tulsa Services and Organizations (TOS)
    Use to find Tulsa clubs, support groups, professional societies, social service and government agencies, libraries, museums, speakers, meeting facilities and more.

Utility, Rent, & Other Personal Assistance - Tulsa Area

  • UTILITY ASSISTANCE - Tulsa Area Organizations
    This list from the library's Tulsa Organizations and Services database compiles local organizations that provide help paying utility bills.
  • FOOD HELP - Tulsa Area Organizations
    This list from the library's Tulsa Organizations and Services database compiles local organizations that provide meals and grocery assistance.
  • PRESCRIPTION DRUG HELP - Tulsa Area Organizations
    This list from the library's Tulsa Organizations and Services database compiles local organizations that provide prescription drug assistance.
  • DHS MEDICAL ASSISTANCE UNITS - Tulsa Area Organizations
    This list from the library's Tulsa Organizations and Services database compiles DHS medical unit contact information.
  • Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program
    1-866-411-1877
    Provides seasonal assistance to low-income households to assist with winter heating bills and to provide help for some families who have received utility cut-off notices. Applications are taken in the local DHS county offices.
  • Modest Needs
    (212) 463-7042
    National nonprofit that offers emergency and short-term grants to low-income, newly employed, or unemployed job-seeking individuals to prevent them from entering the cycle of poverty.

Home Ownership & Repair Assistance

  • City of Tulsa Emergency Repair Grants & Loans
    (918) 576-5552
    Offers emergency home repair grants up to $5,000 to low-income individuals. Housing rehabilitation loans up to $25,000 available to qualified homeowners.
  • City of Tulsa Housing Authority
    (918) 582-0021
    Provides lender information to assist individuals who might qualify for low-interest financing, down payment, and closing cost assistance.
  • Habitat for Humanity
    (918) 592-4224
    Tulsa Habitat for Humanity brings together people who want to create the opportunity of home-ownership for aspiring, motivated low-income families.
  • Home Repair & Maintenance Assistance
    TCCL’s database Tulsa Organizations & Services lists area organizations and programs that assist with basic home repair and maintenance.
  • Housing Assistance Links from the Foundation Center
    A list of links for those seeking housing assistance.
  • HUD - Homeowner Help
    Help guide from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Provides information on avoiding foreclosure, mortgage assistance, local housing counselors, and more.
  • Neighbor for Neighbor - New Circle Housing Program
    (918) 425-5578 Ext. 126
    Builds or restores homes for low- to moderate-income families in north Tulsa.
  • Neighborhood Housing Services of Tulsa
    (918) 582-3711
    Housing programs, including first-time homebuyer assistance with closing and down payment costs, homebuyer education, and income and other eligibility criteria apply for some programs.
  • Rebuilding Together Tulsa
    (918) 742-6241
    Offers roof repairs, energy efficiency updates, and other basic repairs to low-income and senior Tulsa residents.
  • Tulsa Development Authority
    (918) 592-4944
    Emergency home repair grants and loans up to $20,000 for low-income home owners.

Weatherization Assistance

Assistance for Seniors

  • Eldercare Locator
    A public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging, connects older Americans and their caregivers with sources of information on senior services.
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