Low income Oklahoma City residents can receive assistance with food, housing, prescription medication, clothing, senior transportation and income tax preparation. Other services are also available.
Elderly and low-income families can receive a donated fan to help cool their homes during the hot Oklahoman summers.
Free GED classes are available at two CAP District Centers. You must be receiving DHS benefits in order to qualify for these programs.
Rent and mortgage assistance is available to families who have experienced an emergency. Applications are by appointment only. Call the CAP District Office nearest you to schedule an appointment.
Utility assistance is only available in Canadian County.
Prescription expense assistance may be available by referral.
Seeds are distributed each spring, beginning in March.
Speedy cleanup deters future graffiti. The Agency will provide paint and supplies to rid your property of graffiti.
Community Action is a referral agency for many of the major Christmas programs in the Oklahoma and Canadian County areas. If you need assistance this year, please apply through the Community Action Partnership District Center in your area.
Senior Citizen Services
Seniors can receive transportation assistance, congregate meal sites, Senior Companion services and coordinated senior activities such as ceramics.
Free TAX assistance is available through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program every year between mid-January and mid-April.
Bus tokens can be issued to help you attend medical appointments, visit social service agencies or search for a job.
A six week summer program encourages children ages 7 – 12 to participate in arts, crafts, sports and learning activities. The program runs from mid-June through July.