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Oklahoma State and Local Level Referrals
When a disaster occurs, local governments often work together with community leaders and organizations to provide on-the-ground emergency management. You may also reference our national-level referrals list.
Please contact us with questions or corrections.
For reference, the local resources we list provide disaster recovery services in the categories noted below.
For reference, see the full list of disaster recovery service categories covered in the below local resource list.
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Oklahoma State and Local Level Referrals
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|Category||Entity||Type of Assistance||Telephone Number|
|Access and Functional Needs and Disability||Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Council (ODDC)||Disaster survivors seeking resources for people with disabilities. Includes information on accessing services, support and advocacy, transportation, adaptive technology, planning, and caregiver support and training.||405-521-4984|
|Access and Functional Needs and Disability||Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing||Resources and information for disaster survivors who are deaf or hearing impaired and their families.||Voice/TTY: 405-522-7930|
Video Phone: 800-833-8973
Online email contact form
|Access and Functional Needs and Disability||Tulsa Speech and Hearing Association||Disaster survivors who are deaf or hearing impaired and their families.Interpreter Services, Hearing devices, Community Education, Workshops, and Child Summer camps. 24/7 Interpreter Services Emergencies.||Voice/TTY: 918-832-8742|
24/7 Interpreter Service Emergencies: 888-311-3523
|Aging Services||Oklahoma Department of Human Services: Aging Services||Information and resources for older people including Adult Day Services, Advantage Services, legal services, long term care, nutrition, and transportation.||Senior Info Line: 800-221-2116|
Abuse Hotline: 800-522-3511
|Agricultural Aid||Oklahoma Farm Service Agency||Farmers & ranchers in the declared area with damages may be eligible for assistance.||405-742-1130|
|Agricultural Aid||Oklahoma USDA Rural Development||USDA Rural Development provides low interest mortgages, guaranteed mortgages, 1% interest mortgages for seniors, loans for repairs and mortgage payment assistance for families living in rural areas. Online directory for state regional offices.||800-522-3819|
|Animals/Pets||Oklahoma State Department of Agriculture Food and Forestry||Information about animal disaster plans and resources. Topics such as animal disease, permitting, veterinarians, and wildlife services.||405-521-3864|
|Consumer Services||Oklahoma Office of the Attorney General: Citizen Resources||Information for consumer protection, scams, price gouging, online complaint filing, and other consumer related concerns.||405-521-3921|
|Contractor||Oklahoma Construction Industries Board: Consumers||Online license and registration verification tool, contractor complaints, and consumer related concerns.||405-521-6550|
|Contractor||Oklahoma does not require the licensure for general contractors. |
Specialty trades such as: electrical, mechanical, and plumbing must be licensed.
|Crisis Counseling||Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services: Hotlines and Helplines||Directory of Crisis Hotlines and Helplines provide crisis support, and counseling.||Emergency: 911|
See website for various hotlines and agencies.
|Disaster Specific Information||TBD|
|Disaster Unemployment Assistance||Oklahoma Employment Security Commission||When Disaster Unemployment Assistance is activated, the agency will provide disaster information. This assistance provides weekly beneﬁt payments to those out of work due to the disaster, including self-employed persons, farm and ranch owners, and others not covered under regular unemployment insurance programs.||888-980-9675|
|Environment||Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality||Information about air, water, land and environmental protection. Individuals seeking to report spills, violations, emergency environmental events that affect public health. Online Environmental complaint.||800-869-1400|
24/7 Emergency Response/Complaints Hotline:
|Essential Needs||Oklahoma Department of Human Services: Hotlines||Disaster survivors requesting information on food stamp eligibility requirements and/or other essential needs information.||Director's Helpline: 405-521-2779|
|Essential Needs||Oklahoma Department of Human Services: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)||The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) information, food stamp eligibility requirements and/or other essential needs information. Online directory of local offices.||405-521-3444|
|Essential Needs||Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma||Online "Get Help" directory by address or zip code for emergency food assistance. Serving Osage, Washington, Nowata, Craig, Ottawa, Rogers, Mayes, Delaware, Tulsa, Wagoner, Cherokee, Adair, Creek, Okmulgee, Haskell, Pittsburg, Latimer, Leflore, Pushmataha, Choctaw, McCurtain, Muskogee, Sequoyah, McIntosh.||Tulsa: 918-585-2800|
|Essential Needs||Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma||Online "Get Help" directory by address or zip code for emergency food assistance. Serving Cimarron, Texas, Beaver, Harper, Woods, Alfalfa, Grant, Kay, Ellis, Woodward, Major, Garfield, Noble, Pawnee, Dewey, Blaine, Kingfisher, Logan, Payne, Lincoln, Roger Mills, Custer, Caddo, Canadian, Oklahoma, Okfuskee, Beckham, Washita, Caddo, Grady, Cleveland, Pottawatomie, Seminole, Hughes, Greer Kiowa, Comanche, Stephens, Garvin, Pontotoc, Coal, Harmon, Jackson, Tillman, Cotton, Jefferson, Carter, Murray, Johnston, Atoka, Love, Marshall, Bryan.||405-972-1111|
|Essential Needs||Oklahoma United Way - 211 Information and Referral Helpline||Disaster survivors seeking emergency food, shelter, clothing, medical, crisis counseling, utility, or rental assistance. Online directory for services.||211|
|Family & Protective Services||Oklahoma Department of Human Services: Child Protective Services||Individuals concerned with children at risk for abuse and neglect.||Emergency: 911|
|Family & Protective Services||Oklahoma Department of Human Services: Adult Protective Services||Individuals concerned with possible elder abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Contact local DHS County Office, online locator available.||Emergency: 911|
|Financial Assistance||Oklahoma Department of Human Services: Temporary Assistance||Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) information, temporary assistance eligibility requirements and/or other essential needs information.||405-521-4391|
|Fraud||Oklahoma Office of the Attorney General: Citizen Resources||Information for consumer protection, scams, price gouging, online complaint filing, and other consumer related concerns.||405-521-3921|
|Health Care Services||Oklahoma Department of Health||Health Department information, online services, family health, disease prevention, and online listing for county health departments.||405-271-5600|
|Health Care Services||Oklahoma Healthcare Authority||Information about state medical insurance assistance, SoonerCare (Oklahoma Medicaid) is a health coverage program jointly funded by the federal and state government.||800-987-7767|
|Housing||Oklahoma HUD - Public & Indian Housing Customer Service Center||Information about affordable housing, home ownership, rental help, avoid foreclosure, and local resources. Online apartment search, and directory of local offices.||Resource Center: 800-955-2232|
Oklahoma City: 405-609-8400
|Housing||Oklahoma USDA Rural Development Agency||Rural area residents living in communities with populations of 20,000 or less, who are in need of reduced fee, low interest and no down payment mortgage assistance.||800-522-3819|
|Identity Theft||Oklahoma Office of the Attorney General: Citizen Resources||Information for consumer protection, scams, price gouging, online complaint filing, and other consumer related concerns.||405-521-3921|
|Insurance||Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner||Consumer Insurance information||800-522-0071|
|Legal Services||Oklahoma Bar Association: Public||Public legal resources to find a lawyer referral, free legal information, self help resources and lawyer complaints.||405-416-7000|
|Legal Services||Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma||Information and resources, fee or low cost legal advice and services. Non criminal case involving basic needs. Online directory of law offices.||888-534-5243|
|Legal Services||Oklahoma Indian Legal Services||Oklahoma Indian Legal Services (OILS) is a non-profit legal aid office that provides services to low-income Indians living in Oklahoma. The attorneys and staff at OILS represents Indian people in civil cases that are connected to their Indian status.||800-658-1497 (in state)|
|Roadside Assistance||Oklahoma Department of Transportation||Information on hazardous road conditions, online traffic map, traffic advisories, public transportation, and||511|
|Tax Preparation||Oklahoma Department of Revenue||Information about state taxes for individuals and businesses. Online services available.||405-521-3160|
|Veterans Services||Oklahoma Department of Veteran Affairs||Information for veteran and families, benefits, veterans services, veterans centers, and resources.||Central Office: 405-523-4000|
Toll Free: 855-701-6382
|Vital Statistics||Oklahoma Tax Commission: Motor Vehicle||Replacement Titles and registrations. Online services available.||405-521-3221|
|Vital Statistics||Oklahoma Department of Public Safety||Replacement Identification and driver's licenses. Directory Online services available.||Driver License Help Desk:|
|Vital Statistics||Oklahoma Department of Health||Replacement birth, death, and marriage certificates or other vital statistic documents. Online services.||405-271-4040|
|Volunteer||VOLUNTEERS SHOULD NOT SELF-DEPLOY|
Referrals Last Updated: April 2021