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Potential Volunteer Sites
Bedlam Evening Clinic
1111 St. Louis
Free, medical student run clinic for uninsured adults which meets at 5pm on Tuesday and Thursday evenings during the academic year.
Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless
415 W Archer St
Clinical and non-clinical volunteer opportunities are available.
The Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless focuses on providing the full spectrum of what clients need to overcome homelessness, including an award-winning health clinic, personalized case management and computer access. The Tulsa Day Center is about more than helping the homeless. We are about empowering individuals to create a bright future. In 2013, 126,714 individuals in need walked through the doors of the Tulsa day Center for the Homeless.
Indian Health Care Resource Center
550 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, OK 74120
Since 1976, Indian Health Care Resource Center has been dedicated to improving the health of Tulsa’s American Indian population. Although the vast majority of patients reside in the county of Tulsa, any person with a certificate of degree of Indian blood (CDIB) card is eligible to receive all the services at IHCRC.
Non-clinical volunteer opportunities are available.
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Tulsa Educare’s mission is to help break the cycle of poverty through a flagship, very early childhood education program and through transfer of best practices to other Tulsa programs.
Companions is a new opportunity that pairs Educare families with medical students in an attempt to increase health literacy and familiarity with tools for wellness and fitness through a program with OU Physicians. Volunteers will be meeting with families bimonthly to engage activities such as attending a nutrition/cooking class, preparing a meal together, attending a fitness class at the YMCA, doing a farmers' market tour, procuring groceries from a mobile market and many other tasks. This program is funded by a generous gift from the George Kaiser Family Foundation.
1503 South Denver Avenue
YWCA Tulsa is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Through inclusion and empowerment, we address race and gender disparities in wellness, wealth and education. The YWCA Tulsa supports nearly 400,000 women, children and people of color in the Tulsa area through our four hallmark programs: health and wellness, immigrant and refugee services, racial justice and women’s empowerment. YWCA Tulsa is a Partner Agency of Tulsa Area United Way.
Volunteer opportunities include Immigrant & Refugee services and Women's Emporment.
7617 S Mingo Rd
Clarehouse was formed in January of 2001 by a group of committed individuals with a passion for easing the burden of those dying in need. At Clarehouse, we consider ourselves an extension of the family as caregiver and home to dying people. We provide living space and round the clock practical care for terminally ill people, accessing hospice care through existing local hospice programs. Clarehouse provides short-term, end-of-life care to people of all ages. Guests must be enrolled in a local hospice program.
2450 N Harvard Ave
Clinical and non-clinical volunteer opportunities are available.
The mission of Catholic Charities is to be Christ’s merciful love to those who suffer. Our mission is carried out by Catholic people and others in fraternal goodwill pooling their resources to reach out and assist those in need. In so doing, Catholic Charities is the primary instrument of the Church in carrying out the works of mercy.
Xavier Medical Clinic
10711 E 11th St
Xavier Medical Clinic offers free services of volunteer physicians, nurses and other health professionals to those in the community who are uninsured or do not have access to adequate healthcare. Xavier Medical Clinic seeks to provide free, limited outpatient primary healthcare services, facilitate referrals to volunteer specialists, educate in good health practices and increase access to traditional healthcare. In addition, to help local women in need of prenatal care, the Xavier Medical Clinic also provides a pregnancy clinic with referrals for patients to local physicians for pre-natal care. Saint Francis Health System is responsible for all medical aspects of the Xavier Medical Clinic.
5120 E 36th St
The mission of the Little Light House is to glorify God by improving the quality of life for children with special needs, their families, and their communities. We accomplish this mission by providing tuition-free educational and therapeutic services to children with special needs ages birth to six. The Little Light House has been a part of Tulsa since October 3, 1972. What began with one teacher, five students, and five volunteers has grown into a nationally recognized developmental center for children with special needs with over 40 staff members serving 64 students alongside many volunteers. The LLH does not charge tuition and receives money only from private sources, such as foundations and grants. The LLH does not receive funding from government sources or the United Way.
Family & Children's Services
1055 S Houston
Family & Children’s Services is a leading provider of behavioral health care and family services for people of all ages in Tulsa and surrounding communities. Today, we provide 49 life-changing programs in mental health, substance abuse and family services. Our dedicated staff heal traumatized and hurting children, strengthen individuals and families, and provide hope and recovery for those battling mental illness and addiction. We give our clients hope and set them on the path to recovery and in the process make our community a better place for all.
Youth Services Clinic @ OU
311 S Madison Ave
Youth Services clinic offers Crisis Services such as counseling, a SafePlace and a shelter for Tulsa youth. They also provide Delinquency Prevention services such as first offender diversion programs and Re-Entry assistance.
Child Abuse Network @ OU
2829 S Sheridan
The Child Abuse Network depends on the dedication and compassion of volunteers to sustain its critical services and programs. Every year, volunteers donate generous gifts of time, goods and money to the children’s advocacy center. As a CAN volunteer, you choose how to be involved. Volunteers serve as child advocates, translators, community educators, fundraiser volunteers and daytime office assistants.
In His Image
7501 South Riverside Parkway
For over thirty years, the goal of In His Image Family Medicine Residency has remained the same: to provide exceptional training for serving God through medicine. The mission of In His Image is to improve health and bring hope by training physicians in our Christian Family Medicine Residency Program, giving excellent holistic healthcare to our patients and providing medical education and healthcare overseas.
Community Health Connection
2321 East 3rd Street
Tulsa, OK 74104
Community Health Connection is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) committed to meeting the lifelong health care needs of the northeast Oklahoma community. We provide the highest quality, affordable and accessible primary health care services in a culturally effective, language-appropriate and compassionate manner. We serve individuals who are uninsured by offering asliding fee scale to those who qualify, and those with Medicaid (SoonerCare) and Medicare, Insure Oklahoma and many with private insurance.
Harold Hamm - Camp Blue Hawk
1200 Childrens Ave
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Camp Blue Hawk is a residential camp for children with type 1 diabetes. It is a program of the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center at the University of Oklahoma. The mission of Camp Blue Hawk is to promote learning, enhance self-esteem, and foster independence in diabetes care in a safe camping environment.