We're here to support those at risk of homelessness and housing instability.
Facing a housing crisis should not result in homelessness. Our Housing Stabilization program serves those facing uncertain futures by providing assistance and resources to secure safe, stable housing for those who are at-risk.
About The Program
This effort is in conjunction with Community Cares Partners (CCP), a program of Communities Foundation of Oklahoma. The CCP seeks to make a difference for Oklahomans by assisting individuals and families facing housing crisis and eviction as a result of lost wages or hardship from COVID-19.
Who We Serve
✓ 18 years of age or older
✓ Those who qualify for unemployment
✓ Those who have experienced a reduction in household income
✓ Those who have incurred significant costs
✓ Those who have experienced a financial hardship due to COVID-19
✓ Demonstrates a risk of experiencing homelessness or housing instability
✓ Has a household income at or below 80% of the area median
How We Help
✓ Rent Application Assistance
✓ Locating other Housing Stabilization Services
✓ Life Skill Training
✓ Vital Document Obtainment Assistance
✓ Transportation Assistance
Application Portal Closing Soon
On Thursday, September 1, 2022, the Community Cares Partners application will be permanently closed and the program will no longer accept new applications for rent assistance. New applications may still be submitted between now and August 31 at 11:59 pm CST.
With over 30,000 applications currently in process and more anticipated this month, CCP is projecting that the need for rent help will meet or exceed the amount of funding left. CCP will continue to focus on efficiently processing applications and distributing the remaining funds to eligible households.
For more information, email a Community Case Manager at email@example.com or call:
918-583-9506 (Tulsa area)
918-456-6166 (Tahlequah/Sallisaw areas)
We would love for you to connect with us for more information regarding our Housing Stability program.
How To Help
If you're wanting to help our mission of help, healing, and hope, please consider making a donation.