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Funding for Personal Expenses

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

Nonprofit Resource Center

Nonprofit Resource Center
Central Library
3nd floor
400 Civic Center
TulsaOK 74103

Open to the public during 
regular library operating hours.


Free & Low-Cost Clinics, Medical Cost Assistance, & Other Health Programs

  • Broken Arrow Neighbors
    (918) 251-7781
    Free clinic for minor illnesses and no-interest loans for emergency needs.
  • Cleaning for a Reason
    (877) 337-3348 (toll free)
    National nonprofit that partners with maid services to offer professional house cleanings to women undergoing cancer treatment.
  • Cornerstone Mission of First Baptist Church
    (918) 251 6679
    Provides emergency assistance, food, clothing and free clinic for minor medical needs.
  • Find a Health Center |
    HRSA, an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provides a searchable list of centers that provide health and dental care to people of all ages, whether or not they have health insurance or the money to pay for health care.
  • Guide to Free and Low-Cost Dental Care
    This guide is published by the Delta Dental of Oklahoma Charitable Foundation to help those who cannot afford dental care find free and low-cost resources, help referral sources assist those in need to find care, connect free and low-cost programs to one another to leverage their limited resources and multiply their efforts and results.
  • Morton Comprehensive Health Services
    (918) 587-2171
    1334 N. Lansing Ave.
    Tulsa, OK 74106
    Low income clinic, sliding scale fees for comprehensive primary health services and dental clinic. Patient transportation available.
  • National Association of Free Clinics
    A web site that will help you find a free clinic in your area.
  • Neighbor for Neighbor - Medical and Dental Clinic
    Medical - (918) 425-5578 ext. 130
    Dental - (918) 425-5595 ext. 122
    Se habla Espanol - (918) 425-5595 ext. 159
    Free medical and dental clinic for qualifying patients. Call for appointment.
  • Neighbors Along the Line
    (918) 584-1111
    5000 Charles Page Blvd
    Tulsa, OK 74127
    Medical clinic and prescription assistance for patients with no insurance. Clinic is held on Monday evenings at 5:15 p.m. Sign-in between 5:15 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
  • Oklahoma DHS Medical Services
    Includes information for individuals in need of health benefits. This site provides eligibility guidelines and information for special groups such as the elderly and children with disabilities.
  • Patient Advocate Foundation
    Patient Advocate Foundation is a nonprofit organization that seeks to safeguard access to care, maintenance of employment, and preservation of financial stability for patients facing life threatening or debilitating diseases.
  • Smiles Change Lives
    Helps children in need of braces by pairing low-income families with orthodontic providers willing to donate their services to deserving patients.
  • Tulsa-area Dental Services
    Takes you to the library’s database of Tulsa area dental services.
  • Western Neighbors, Inc.
    (918) 445-8840
    Financial, utilities, and rent assistance for Southwest Tulsa residents.
  • Where can I find help for medical bills?'s list of resources for those seeking assistance with medical bills.

Assistance for the Disabled

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.

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.

Federal Government Benefits

    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.
    Provides information on federal loan opportunities. Some examples of loan opportunities include business, housing, and disaster relief loans.

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