OUR wednesday SERVICEs

FOOD FOR FAMILIES*

WEDNESDAYS APPOINTMENTS ONLY

With your Wednesday appointment we provide seven days’ worth of healthy, nutritious food for the entire household. The guest selects from our extensive menu of food items available that day. Grocery items including frozen meats, fresh fruits and vegetables, Panera bread and varying grocery items. We include toiletries and paper goods as well. Included with your Wednesday appointment are the five programs below.

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CLOTHING & GOODS

WEDNESDAYS APPOINTMENTS ONLY

Guests generally take home two head-to-toe outfits of clothing per household member and perhaps another bag containing household goods, but extenuating circumstances are taken into consideration as additional needs are understood. Overall on average we see about ten items of clothing selected for each guest visit.

UTILITY ASSISTANCE

WEDNESDAY APPOINTMENTS ONLY

Harvest House can contribute $50.00 assistance in the form of utility bill payments on behalf of our guest if their utilities are about to be disconnected. The paper bill must show
‘Disconnect Notice’ on the bill. Then we can also show the guest how to get the balance paid through help from other agencies.

TRANSPORT HELP

WEDNESDAY APPOINTMENTS ONLY

When a guest has a confirmed job interview or medical appointment, but does not have the means to transport himself to and from that appointment, Harvest House will give the guest bus tokens to enable him to be present for that appointment.  We will verify these
appointments before this assistance is delivered.

INFANT SERVICES

WEDNESDAY APPOINTMENTS ONLY

The Infant Services Program provides diapers, blankets, clothing and other basic necessities for infants and toddlers from newborn through age three, based on availability of items each week. A Wednesday appointment is necessary, and we take referrals from other agencies.

VISION CARE

WEDNESDAY APPOINTMENTS ONLY

When we find a guest who qualifies and has poor vision and likely needs prescription eyeglasses, we offer them a voucher for an appointment with a local optometrist’s office for an eye exam. They can select from the frames available through our program. This information is entered into the "New Eyes" system and usually within six weeks the guest will receive a new pair of prescription eyeglasses in the mail at their residence.

EMERGENCY FOOD*

MONDAY- THURSDAY 1-4PM

If a guest walks into Harvest House without an appointment and the household is lacking food, Harvest House will give them groceries (non-perishable food items, produce, maybe some meats and bread) scaled to household size to tide them over until additional food sources can assist the household.

 

Emergency groceries are available Monday through Thursday, from 1pm to 4 pm.

MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 1-4PM

(NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED)

Other community SERVICES 

Tulsa Help Line

Services: All Services

 

Dial 2-1-1

Good Samaritan Health Services

Services: Health Care

 

(918) 493-7884

Iron Gate - Trinity Episcopal Church

Services: Groceries and Street Feeding

 

(918) 879-1702

Salvation Army - Center of Hope

Services: Financial, Housing, Meals and Prescriptions

(918) 582-7201

Catholic Charities of Tulsa

Services: Food, Clothes, Financial,Medical. Immigration

(918) 949-4673

Helping Hands Ministry

Services: Food, Prescriptions, Rent, and Utility Assistance

(918) 584-6923

Restore Hope Ministries

Services: Food, Clothing, Rent Assistance, School Supplies

(918) 582-5766

Tulsa First Baptist Church

Services: Food, Clothing, Utility Assistance

(918) 587-1571

*Harvest House sources some of its food from CFBEO as part of their administration of the USDA TEFAP Program.  In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, Offices and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.

We are located in the southern portion of the South Peoria corridor, centered among one of the largest concentrations of government assisted housing in Tulsa.  

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1439 E. 71st Street
Tulsa, OK 74136

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