Help In Your Time of Need
Harvest House is a one-stop shop with solutions from our seven programs plus an interview process designed to help the guest discover more solutions to their household’s most pressing issues and find a clear path out of poverty – truly a hand up, not a hand out.
"A HAND UP"
latest NEWS: COVID-19
In mid-March the building in which we operate was closed to guests. Harvest House placed a pause on all programs requiring face-to-face contact and developed a drive-up grocery delivery process, Monday through Thursday from 1 to 4 pm. Each guest received groceries, produce and meat into their trunks based on the size of the household for anybody who needed groceries.
Based on the reopening phases of the COVID program, Harvest House resumed regular appointment times by the end of May. We initiated safety measures which included masks, rubber gloves and temperatures taken on arrival for staff and patrons, social distancing, limitations of numbers of people in the lobbies, offices, and limitations on shopping time in our clothing area. We are asking guests to come alone because of these limitations. We are doing everything we
can to make guests feel safe and protected during this difficult time.
All of our seven programs are now in operation. Call for an appointment if you need help. If you have no appointment but need groceries you can come to Harvest Monday through Thursday between 1:00 and 4:00 and receive emergence groceries. We are open and would like to help you in every way we are able. COVID protection procedures will remain in effect until the City of Tulsa leadership lifts its requirements.