109 E. 9th Ave.
P.O. Box 308
Stillwater, Ok. 74076
Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday
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Provides support to the Perkins-Tryon Schools to meet the demand for school supplies and other school related items, so that every child has the tools needed to succeed.
Organizes help for disasters, provides emergency communications for military and family, assures a safe blood supply, acts as a community referral agency and teaches health and safety courses.
Matches at-risk children in the stillwater area with committed, caring, carefully screened volunteers. These one-to-one mentoring relationships help children become more confident, competent and caring individuals.
Provides trained community volunteers who advocate for the best interest of children who come in the court system primarily as a result of abuse and neglect.
Offers individual, family, group and home based mental health services including: counseling, case management, medications clinics and crisis response. Services cover the Stillwater community and surrounding areas for children, adolescents and adults.
Provides informal educational program activities and events in a troop/group setting that will enhance the growth and development of girls ages 5-17.
Provides free, high-quality, civil legal services for low-income and elderly people throughout Oklahoma.
Assists older, disabled adults to function at their fullest potential through specialized services offered in a group setting during daytime hours. Provides respite for caregivers.
Provides emergency and transitional housing in a coordinated system of case management and support services to homeless population in the City of Stillwater and Payne County. Email email@example.com for more information.
Delivers hot, nutritious noon meals to convalescing, elderly or homebound persons in Stillwater. Meals are prepared by the Stillwater Medical Center Nutrition Department and delivered by volunteers Monday through Friday for persons living alone who are not able to prepare adequate meals. Must live within the city limits. Stillwater Medical Center.
Supplies shelter and supported employment services, supported living services and rehabilitation training services to residents of Payne County. Located east of Stillwater at Payne County Fairgrounds.
Provides a four to six month program available to youth ages 12 to 18 years old. The program curriculum consists of outpatient, cognitive-behavioral, group counseling, drug education group, character development, group, family therapy sessions, frequent and random drug testing, random home visits, and weekly court appearances.
Provides crisis intervention services to adolescents and their families, including emergency shelter; individual, family, and group counseling; parent groups; and consultation.
Helps persons in need of food, clothing, utilities, and life sustaining prescriptions. Assists in finding missing persons and offers disaster services. Offers character-building activities for the entire family that are open to the entire community.
Coordinates strategic multi-sector connections that will make the best use of community assets to help people get ahead and build resources for a better life.
Supplies volunteer physicians, pharmacists, nurses and professionals for medical and pharmacy services to the medically underserved (i.e., low-income, working poor) in Payne County.
Provides residential services (group homes, assisted living, supported living and respite care) for adults with developmental disabilities.
Facilitates the growth and wellness of individuals, couples, families and groups through professional counseling, consultation and education on a sliding scale fee basis.
Provides free tutoring to adults age 18 and over in basic english and literacy and english as a second language. Tutoring classes are one-on-one or in group classes.
Provides a child friendly environment and a central location to conduct a forensic interview and initiate a joint investigation. Interviews are conducted in a neutral manner, focusing on fact-finding without coercing or leading the child. These interviews are taped which eliminates the need for multiple interviews reducing the child's trauma.
Provides comprehensive, confidential shelter and counseling services to those dealing with domestic violence and sexual assault. Parenting skills education and Relief Nursery services are available.
Promotes mind, body and spirit for all. Services include preschool and school-age child care, youth sports leagues, wrestling, swim team aquatics, swimming lessons, teen activities, gymnastics, free weights, cardiovascular equipment, racquetball, and recreational activities.