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Agencies who are able to help:

Stillwater Public Library has a list of resources with national help as well, call the library directly at 405-372-3633 extension 8106 or view it at: http://library.stillwater.org/covid19info.php

Food Assistance

Our Daily Bread
405-533-2555 • 701 E. 12th Ave. 
Tuesdays 2-6 pm, Thursdays 9-1 pm, and 3rd Saturday 9-noon. 
Local Food Pantry. 
 

Mobile Meals of Stillwater
405-742-5765
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
Delivers nutritious lunches to the elderly, homebound or recovering residents by volunteers Monday through Friday.

4 Kids and Community
405-547-2663 • Perkins
Has a monthly community Supper.

The Salvation Army
405-372-1554 • 1101 S. Lowry St. 
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday
​Local Food Pantry. 

First United Methodist Church of Stillwater
405-372-5854 • 400 W. 7th Ave. 
5-5:30 pm Thursday
The weekly community dinner will be a pick-up service from 5 to 5:30 p.m. people will not get out of their cars, it will be a drive through meal service. 

Love Inc.
918-225-0973 • info@loveinc.care • Cushing
Weekly food pantry.

 

24 Hour Crisis Helplines

Mental Health Crisis: 1-800-722-3611
(Grand Lake Mental Health Center-Stillwater)

Domestic Violence: 1-800-624-3020
(Wings of Hope-Stillwater)

National Domestic Violence: 1-800-799-7233

Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-522-3511

General Emergency: 911

 

Homeless Shelters

Mission of Hope
405-332-5521 • 1804 S. Perkins Rd.

Peachtree Landing 
580-762-3208 • 105 W. Hazel Ave., Ponca City

OKC Rescue Mission
405-232-2709 •  800 W. California Ave., OKC

Salvation Army
405-275-2243 • 200 E. 9th St., Shawnee

Salvation Army
580-237-4213 • 2220 W. Pine Ave., Enid

 

 

 

Other Services Assistance

 

The City of Stillwater is now using a function of Google Translate to deliver COVID-19 updates to Stillwater’s Spanish-speaking population. It can be accessed with the link below, and it also has a permanent resting spot at the top of the COVID-19 information center (http://stillwater.org/news/view/id/531).  Ahora tenemos información disponible sobre coronavirus en español. Lea la traducción aquí: http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=en&tl=es&u=http%3A%2F%2Fstillwa...

 

Grand Lake Mental Health

405-372-2202 • 1624 Cimarron Plaza
GLMHC offers an array of recovery-focused services for persons with mental illness and persons with co-occurring substance related disorders. Extensive use of telehealth with numerous accommodations for those without access to internet service. Walk-ins are welcome. At-door screening protocol including taking temperature. Minimal seating in lobby in order to maintain minimum 6-ft distance; clients encouraged to wait in car in parking area until called in for appointment.

 

Legal Aid

To apply for services, please call 888-534-5243 or go to oklegalconnect.org • Legal Information can be also be found at oklaw.org 

Assists clients with unemployment application and appeals , eviction and foreclosure, debt collection/consumer law,  applying for ACA health insurance, domestic violence issues, and understanding new federal financial benefits under the CARES Act stimulus, in addition to other civil legal issues that they normally assist clients with.  They are also assisting with enrollment in healthcare coverage under under the Affordable Care Act if a person qualifies to do so under the Special Enrollment Period. 

 

Payne County Youth Services

405-377-3380

The office is closed but the shelter is open and has all items for the children. They are providing counseling via telephone for existing and new clients for school and community referrals.  They are also providing group and suicide prevention services via various electronic media.  Look for new social media and zoom opportunities for support services to children, youth, families, adults, parents, teachers and others. Call 405-377-3380: visit our Facebook page or our website at www.pcys.org.  

 

Stillwater Interfaith Counseling Center

405-624-5840 • sifcc.org

We offer professional counseling services to teens, individuals, couples and families. During this time, the mental health services are available, as well as some in-office appointments. What makes us unique is that we offer a sliding fee scale based upon annual household income, as well as accepting some insurance plans. Please call 405-624-5840 to schedule an appointment or get your questions answered.

 

The Salvation Army

405-372-1554 • 1101 S. Lowry St. 

Assisting with rent, utility assistance, and clothing vouchers.

 

Wings of Hope

405-372-9922 • 3800 N. Washington St. 

Will continue to operate normally and will accept new clients. They are not in need of donations or volunteers at this moment. The children's center is open four days a week and free to the public, please call ahead to reserve your space.

 

2-1-1 

Call the toll-free helpline 2-1-1 if you are in need of helping services but are not sure which nonprofit can help. 2-1-1 connects individuals in need of services to the nonprofit who is in their area and ready to help.