2-1-1 Oklahoma provides an online directory that allows individuals to search for needed resources and services. The directory can be searched by service keyword or agency name; including crisis intervention, housing, food, health, and more.
Directory of service providers for youth and adolescent counseling
Information regarding assistance for food, child care, financial assistance, medical care and housing/shelter & utilities in Osage County
Information regarding assistance for food, child care, financial assistance, medical care and housing/shelter & utilities in Pawnee County
Information about clinic locations and hours of operation, as well as, services provided in Osage County
Information about clinic locations and hours of operation, as well as, services provided in Pawnee County
Information about SoonerCare and how to apply
Search for public low income and Section 8 housing by city and state
Juvenile Services Unit staff takes an active role in their communities and in a partnership with the Judiciary, District Attorneys, law enforcement and youth serving agencies, all while working together in an effort to develop community-based resources for juveniles and their families throughout the State.
Information about the Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, National Guard and Coast Guard of the United States
Oklahoma Works is a state agency that provides funding for vocational training. Students accepted for funding can be approved for assistance with tuition, uniforms, blood pressure cuff/stethoscope set, testing fees and CPR certification.
Since 1973, Pioneer Technology Center has been serving Kay County and now Osage County by providing high-tech educational opportunities for adults, high school students and area businesses.
Contains information about Oklahoma high school requirements, Oklahoma’s Promise, Senior Guide, Scholarship Opportunities, and more