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Child Assistance

Address: 1315 SW F Ave. Lawton, OK 73501       Phone Number: 580.357.7541      Hours: 2pm-7:30pm (Mon-Fri)

Website: http://www.salvationarmyaok.org & http://www.bgca.org/

Address: 601 SW C Ave. Ste 101 Lawton, OK 73501          Phone: 580.355.5520     

Address: 2609 SW Lee Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505     Phone Number: 580.250.3600    Hours: 7:30am-5pm  Website: http://www.okdhs.org/services/cc/Pages/ChildCareBenefits.aspx

The Child Care Subsidy Program offered through Oklahoma Department of Human Services offers subsidized childcare for children while their parents or guardians are at work, in training, or receiving an education. The subsidy is paid directly to the childcare provider on the family’s behalf. The family may have a co-payment for the childcare based on their income, the number of family members, and the number of members needing services.

Address: 2402 SW E Ave. Lawton, OK 73505   Phone Number: 580.248.0474  Hotline: 405.321.0240  Hours: 24-hour, 7 day a week hotline & Office Hours: 8am-5p

Website:  https://www.crossroadsyfs.org/

Crossroads’ Early Head Start program accepts infants and toddlers from birth to age three. The Head Start preschool program is for children who are three or will be four by the date of September 1. Children whose families meet federally imposed income guidelines, are in foster care, or are homeless are automatically eligible for services. Crossroads will assist as much as possible in meeting the needs of family counseling, emotional support, referrals to specialty providers, etc. Some of the programs and assistance offered include full-day and part-day childcare, nutritious meals, free health screenings, qualified and credentialed teachers, services for children with special needs, licensed centers, and assistance with unique family needs. Please bring proof of income (last year’s tax return, paycheck stub, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) letter, child support documentation, etc.), current immunization record for child, work/school schedule of parent, certified birth certificate for the child, medical insurance card through Sooner Care or private insurance, and if child has been diagnosed with a disability (including speech/language), please attach a copy of all available reports, evaluations, and current I.E.P.s/I.F.S.P.s.

Application available in office or at https://www.crossroadsyfs.org/documents/Application-Revised-0514.pdf.

HOTLINE: 1-800-522-3511

Address: 753 NW Fort Sill Blvd, Lawton, OK 73507     Phone Number: 580-357-6900 ext. 2311

Assist homeless children in the school system.

Address: 714 SW 45th St Lawton OK      Phone Number: 580-595-4808     Website: Home | Might Community Development & Resource Center (mightcdrc.org)

Clothing Assistance

Address: 715 SW H Ave. Lawton, OK 73501       Phone Number: 580.353.2006 ext. 3       Hours: 9am-11:30am (3rd Saturday of every month)    Webiste: https://www.calvarybaptistlawton.org

NOTE: When entering Calvary Baptist Church for the clothes closet, please enter through east door. 

Address: 2621 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73505      Phone Number: 580.355.4854     Hours: Wednesdays, 4:00 - 5:30 PM      Website: https://www.cameronbaptist.com/

Cameron Baptist Church - Clothes Closet  is located in the Family Life Center on the 2nd floor. Please choose only 10 articles per person living in your home for a maximum of 5 people, or 50 articles of clothing. Please wait 3 weeks between each return visit. For any urgent needs (i.e. fire, moving, deaths, etc.) please speak to someone at the front desk.

Address: 704 SW D Ave. Lawton, OK 73501      Phone Number: 580.355.5660     Hours: 4th Saturday of every month except December  Website: https://www.lawtoncentenary.org/mission-opportunities

Centenary United Methodist Church provides showers, toiletries, clothing, and food available for individuals and families.

Addresses:  Location 1) 1203 SW Lee Blvd. Lawton, OK 73501, Phone Number for Location 1: 580.355.2163  Hours: 10am-6pm (Tues-Sat)

Location 2) 616 NW Sheridan Rd. Lawton, OK 73505, Phone Number for Location 2: 580.699.3292  Hours: 10am-6pm (Tues-Sat)

The voucher program will be a onetime voucher of $20. Once used, individuals must volunteer at one of the local Goodwill locations to receive any further assistance. The vouchers are per household per lifetime. They are not based off the number of children or income of the home. Referral required. Referrals for vouchers must come from a nonprofit organization or church pastor. Referrals will be verified. Picture ID and recent utility bill required unless coming from a shelter referral.

Fire vouchers are also available for victims who have lost goods in a house fire. This is for $100 and not based on income or household size. Picture ID, police report, and Red Cross referral are required.

Address: 2201 NW 82nd St. Lawton, OK 73505     Phone Number: 580.536.9325      Hours: 1st & 3rd Saturday of every month  Website: https://lawtonfirst.org/compassion/

Lawton First Assembly provides clothing for children. School uniforms available. Please visit the church with your ID and a current utility bill with current address. Each household is limited to two sets of clothing per child and two visits per year (once every six months). Children must be present at the appointment.

Address: 1306 SW E Ave. Lawton, OK 73501     Phone Number: 580.355.1802     Hours: 10am-3pm (Monday thru Saturday)  Website: http://www.salvationarmyaok.org

The Salvation Army offers discounted clothing available Monday-Saturday 10am-3pm. You can also ask about the voucher program if in need.

 

 

Address: 210 SW Texas Ave.     Phone Number: 405.820.0096 or 580.248.8811    Hours: 10am-4pm (Tues-Fri) & 10am-2pm (Sat)

Suits for Success offer professional and business attire for women.

Addresses: Location 1: 602 SW Sheridan Rd. Lawton, OK 73505 Phone Number for Location 1580.353.1433 Hours: 7:30am-2:30pm

Location 2: 1324 NW 53rd St. Lawton, OK 73505 Phone Number for Location 2: 580.699.2288  Hours: 7:30am-2:30pm

Website: https://www.okteenchallenge.com/super-thrift

Sonrise Super Thrift offers reduced and discounted prices on clothing, shoes, books, furniture, and houseware. Clothing vouchers are provided based on income and emergency situations.

Address: 901 SW B Ave. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.353.6750    Hours: 11am-12pm (3rd Saturday of the month)  Website: https://lawtoncentral.com/

Central Baptist Church of Lawton provides lunch and clothing assistance (donated clothing).

Counseling and Rehabilitation Services

Address: 1114 SW A Ave Lawton, OK 73501       Phone Number: 580.357.8114       Hours: 8am-5pm (appointment only)      Website: https://roadbacklawton.org/

Roadback, Inc. is a certified comprehensive area recovery center. Services open to the public include screenings and assessments, residential substance abuse treatment for adults, outpatient and intensive outpatient services, anger management classes, parenting skills classes, wellness classes, transitional living home and apartments, as well as DUI assessments, DUI schools, and victim’s impact panels.

Address: 275 SW 27th St.      Phone Number: 580.581.3153    Hours: 3pm-6pm (Mon & Wed) & 11am-2pm (Tues & Thurs)   Website: www.cameron.edu/cpc

Cameron Psychology Clinic offers free mental health care provided by graduate students, under the supervision of experienced, licensed professionals. Call to schedule an appointment. 

Address: 5002 SW Lee Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505   Phone Number: 580.531.4512   Hours: 9am-8pm (Mon-Thur) & 9am-5pm (Friday)  Website: https://cfccok.org/services

Christian Family Counseling offers counseling provided for marital distress, pre-marital relationships, step/blended families, individuals coping with cancer, adolescent problems, ADD/ADHD, child or spousal abuse, fears and phobias, self-esteem problems, spiritual struggles, sexual problems, career stresses, anxiety, depression, loneliness, grief, and others. Most insurances are accepted. Not a Medicare/Medicaid provider. However, they provide reduced fees on a sliding scale for clients with no insurance, as well as free of charge services for low-income clients unable to pay reduced fees. Please understand that these services are provided by designated donations and are only offered as long as funding is available.

Address: 602 SW 38th St. Lawton, OK 73505   Phone Number: (580) 248-5780    Website: Rehabilitation programs, including Free Rehabs, in Lawton for alcohol and drug addiction - Lawton, OK. (drugrehablawton.com)

Services offered: Adult program, Program for men, Program for women, Young adult program 

Outpatient Services: Outpatient Programs (OP) are for those seeking mental rehab or drug rehab, but who also stay at home every night. The main difference between outpatient treatment (OP) and intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) lies in the amount of hours the patient spends at the facility. Most of the time an outpatient program is designed for someone who has completed an inpatient stay and is looking to continue their growth in recovery. Outpatient is not meant to be the starting point, it is commonly referred to as aftercare.

Clinical services: Group Therapy: Group therapy is any therapeutic work that happens in a group (not one-on-one). There are a number of different group therapy modalities, including support groups, experiential therapy, psycho-education, and more. Group therapy involves treatment as well as processing interaction between group members. Individual Therapy: In individual therapy, a patient meets one-on-one with a trained psychologist or counselor. Therapy is a pivotal part of effective substance abuse treatment, as it often covers root causes of addiction, including challenges faced by the patient in their social, family, and work/school life.

Address: 605 W Gore Blvd, Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.248.6450   Hours: 8am-5pm (Mon-Fri)    Website: www.mariedetty.com

Marie Detty provides individual, family, and group counseling with qualified professional counselors. Counselors treat a wide variety of mental and behavioral health issues. Individuals or families wishing to obtain counseling are scheduled for an intake appointment within one to two weeks of contacting the agency. During this appointment, the individual or family is assessed to determine the best course of treatment and which counselor would best meet their needs. Once a counselor is assigned, appointments are available on a weekly or bimonthly basis. Marie Detty also provides classes on parenting, anger management, and divorce co-parenting. Medicaid accepted. Services provided on a sliding scale based on income.

Address: 6221 W Gore Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.351.9998   Hours: 10am-8pm  Website: https://www.openarmsbehavioralhealth.com

Open Arms Behavioral Health Counseling Center provides counseling and therapy for individuals, married couples, families, children, adolescents, and groups. They offer military deployment and family reintegration counseling, posttraumatic stress disorder treatment, ADHD assessment and counseling, play therapy, and equine assisted psychotherapy are some specific services. Medicaid, Tricare, and other private insurances accepted. Other financial accommodations are available. Pro-bono services with Practicum Interns are offered.

Address: 1802 NW Ferris Ave. Lawton, OK 73507    Phone Number: 580.585.4200   Hours: 7:30am-5pm (Mon-Fri)                                     Website: www.okrehab.org/job-seekers/home

Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services provides vocational rehabilitation to help eligible individuals with physical or mental disabilities prepare for work and become gainfully employed. The primary vocational services are counseling and guidance with job placement. Some services, such as medical examinations to determine if a person is eligible for vocational rehabilitation, counseling and job placement, are provided at no charge to the client. For some other services, a client may have to share in the cost, depending on his or her income and resources. Assists residents of Oklahoma with disabilities to obtain and retain employment. It provides information and referral services for independent living.

Address: 319 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.536.4040   Hours: 9am-5pm (Mon., Tues.,& Thur.) 9am-1pm (Wed)  Website: https://prclawton.org/services

Some of the confidential and cost-free services provided include, abortion information, adoption agency referrals, adoption information, maternity & infant supplies, medical referrals, parenting education, post-abortion support, pregnancy options information, pregnancy tests, STD/STI information, support for men, and ultrasounds.

Office Address: 8501 NW Madische Dr. Lawton, OK 73507    Office Phone Number: 580.492.3614   Hours: 8am-5pm (M-F)

Outpatient Center Address: 8 SW D Ave. Suite D Lawton, OK 73501 Outpatient Center Phone Number: 580.357.3449  Hours: 8am-5pm (M-F)

Website: https://comanchenation.com/departments/health-programs/prevention-recovery-reintegration

The center provides a holistic approach toward healing and recovery. The residential treatment center is currently a 12 bed, all male, non-medical detox, residential treatment program. The 6-month program includes assessment services, individual and group counseling, alcoholism/substance abuse education, self-awareness, decision-making, life skills development, cultural lessons, conflict resolution, and educational classes. The outpatient program includes, relapse prevention classes, parenting classes, life skills development, substance abuse education, referrals and payment for drug & alcohol assessments, referrals and transportation to residential programs, community substance abuse awareness and prevention outreach activities, as well as suicide awareness and prevention outreach activities for youth.

The reintegration program is available for incarcerated, or formerly incarcerated individuals for 24 months following release from incarceration or long-term substance abuse treatment. Services provided include clothing, groceries, household items, hygiene products, shelter, utilities, identification documents, drug and alcohol assessments, advocacy, referrals, transportation, court-ordered treatment and classes, driver’s license reinstatement, and interlock installation. Comanche Nation Prevention and Recovery programs provide a wide range of alcohol and substance abuse awareness, prevention, and treatment services for the local tribal community. The Reintegration Program provides all levels of case management for tribal members returning home from incarceration or long-term substance abuse treatment. Prevention and Recovery youth programs include youth and young adult alcohol/substance abuse and suicide awareness, prevention, and outreach. P&R youth programming is designed to be culturally and educationally responsive. Various programming services include: Residential Treatment, Outpatient Treatment, Parenting Classes, Relapse Prevention Classes, Gambling Education, Tribal Batterer’s Intervention Program, Driver’s License Reinstatement Assistance, Referrals and Payment for Drug and Alcohol Assessments, Payment for MAT Treatment for Opioid Use, Family Engagement Activities, Community Alcohol Substance Abuse Awareness and Prevention Activities, Youth Culture and Suicide/Alcohol/Substance Abuse Prevention Classes and Activities, Case Management Services for

Address: 2315 SW H Ave. Suite 5 Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.917.0266   Hours: 9am-5pm (M-F)  Website: https://www.facebook.com/TheNextStepInc/

The Next Step TLP, Inc. - Young Adults (8-21) Rehabilitation Assistance provides housing and supportive services for former foster youth and homeless youth in the Lawton/Ft. Sill area.

Primary Phone Number: 918.225.1736    Address: 100 S Jones Ave. Cushing, OK 74023     Website: https://valleyhope.org/locations/oklahoma/

For help 24/7 call (800) 544-5101 to speak confidentially with a treatment and recovery expert now.

The Valley Hope Admissions Team provides a free assessment to determine the most appropriate level of care.

Residential Treatment Program

The residential treatment program is the most immersive and intensive treatment option for addiction to drugs and alcohol. At Valley Hope, residential rehab includes safe, medically-monitored detox from drugs and alcohol, proven healing therapies, addiction education, relapse prevention planning and long-term recovery strategies. Our treatment approach blends 12 Step philosophy with innovative clinical methods to treat alcohol and drug addiction.

Outpatient Treatment Program

The Valley Hope outpatient treatment program enables you to receive high quality, intensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment while continuing to live at home and maintain your family responsibilities and work schedule. Our outpatient program also serves as a vital stepping stone during the transition from inpatient treatment to everyday life in recovery. Valley Hope’s outpatient programs help you transition into sober life successfully and minimize the chance of relapse.

Address: 602 SW A Ave. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.262.8945   Hours: 9am-5pm (Mon.- Fri.)       Website: https://www.okdrs.gov/guide/ok-counseling-services-inc-dba-youthcare-ok-claremore

YouthCare of Oklahoma (YCO) is certified to provide mental health, primary care, and care coordination services. They are accredited by both the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) and the Joint Commission. Their programs of service include Mental Health Outpatient, Substance Abuse Outpatient, and Foster Care support services. 

Employment and Education Assistance

Address: 1901 W Gore Blvd. #C Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.699.5580   Hours: 10am-6pm (Tues-Sat)  Website: https://www.goodwill.org/goodwill-for-you/

Goodwill Career Development Center will help you start your career by building on your strengths and understanding your goals.If you are struggling in school, or have dropped out of school, committed a crime, or have a disability, we can help you find a way to succeed. We can help you figure out a career path, provide you mentoring opportunities, or offer you ways to help you live independently. How they help; By focusing your interests and skills into a career plan.  This plan will help you seek the right training and gain the right skills and experience. Mentoring opportunities, you can be matched to someone who you can talk with, ask questions of, and find out how they dealt with problems. Career fairs/days at your school or in your neighborhood and Career Centers that for job searches, classes in career planning, and summer employment. Service learning, internships and volunteer opportunities with businesses and nonprofits. Job shadowing and Hands-on training to learn about potential occupations and meet career professionals. Job training for retail sales, technology, refurbishing computers, and green jobs, such as recycling and electronic recycling. High school completion or assistance getting your General Educational Development (GED) diploma. Daily living skills to help you figure out how to live independently. Financial education to develop or refine your money management skills. If you are interested in taking advantage of these opportunities, contact your local Goodwill to see what programs are available in your area

Address: 1920 NW Cache Road Lawton, OK 73507   Phone Number: 580.355.6002   Hours: 8am-5pm (Mon-Fri)                           Website: https://www.expresspros.com/lawtonok/?utm_source=gmb&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=Qiigo

Express Employment Professionals is one of the top staffing companies in the U.S. and Canada. Every day, they help people find jobs and provide workforce solutions to businesses. Lawton, OK Express provides a full range of employment solutions that include full-time, temporary, and part-time employment in a wide range of positions, including Professional, Light Industrial, and Office Services. They are here to support you.

Address: 2315 SW H Ave.#5 Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.917.0266   Hours: 9am-5pm (M-F) 9am-2pm (Sat) 9am-12pm (Sun)       Website: https://www.facebook.com/The-Next-Step-TLP-inc-119694251510448/

The Next Step TLP, Inc. Employment Program provides employment, housing, and supportive services for former foster youth and homeless youth in the Lawton/Ft. Sill area.

Address: 110 SW 4th St. Lawton, OK 73501     Phone Number: 580.581.3450 ext. 6     Website: https://www.lawtonok.gov/departments/library

The purpose of the Adult Literacy Roundtable at the Lawton Public Library is to change adult lives through literacy. This program serves adults with the capacity to assist with Basic Literacy, English as a Second Language, Pre-GED, Family Literacy, Workplace Literacy, Computer Instruction, and Small Group Instruction. The main library has a literacy section near the Foreign Language and Biography sections with workbooks and teacher resources that are free to take and use.

Address: 1711 SW 11th St. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.357.3500   Hours: 8am-5pm (Mon-Fri)  Website: https://www.ok.gov/oesc/Job_Seekers/Workforce_Services/Lawton

Workforce of Oklahoma provides information on the labor market, how to file for unemployment insurance. Administers labor exchange programs and services to employers and job seekers. Open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Address: 2202 NW Ferris Ave. Suite 100. Lawton, Ok 73507     Phone: 580-215-4784

Address: 4500 SW Lee Blvd Building 100 rm. 148, Lawton, OK 73505   Phone: 580-250-5685

Address: 4500 W. Lee Blvd. Lawton, Ok 73505    Phone: 580-250-5686     Yield Inc. helps employ recovering addicts at Goodyear.

 

 

Food Assistance

Address: 605 W Gore Blvd, Lawton, OK 73501      Phone: 580-354-9266 

The mission of the Bread of Life Ministry is to give food and clothing to the needy. The hours of operation are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The Bread of Life Ministry also sponsors clothing give-aways at designated dates and times throughout the year. For additional information, you can contact the Bread of Life Ministry at 354-0355 during the normal office hours. You may also call the church office at other times for further information.

 

Address: 5108 W Gore Blvd. Suite 7 Lawton, OK 73505   Phone Numnber: 580.248.3110   Hours: 11am-3PM *(closed Fri and Sun)  Website: https://birthright.org/services/?tab=3

Services are always free, confidential, and non-judgmental. Provides information about pregnancy, childbirth, adoption, prenatal care, community programs, parenting skills, and child care. Offers referrals for medical support, financial resources, housing, legal, social assistance, and professional counseling. FREE pregnancy tests and maternity and baby items, including baby food and formula.

Address: 704 SW D Ave Lawton, Ok 73507    Phone Number: 580.355.5660    Hours: Breakfast served on the 4th Saturday of every month, except in December. 

Address: 3501 SW Elsie Hamm Dr. Lawton, OK 73503    Phone Number: 580.248.0471    Website: https://www.centerforcreativeliving.org/    Hours: Serves lunch to senior citizens every Wednesday and Friday from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Address: 319 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.536.4040    Hours: 9am-5pm Mon-Tue and Thu 9am-1pm Wed     Website: https://prclawton.org/pregnancy-options/parenting

Provides free baby food, formula, and maternity/baby items.

 Phone Number: LPS Nutrition Office 580.355.1140 

LPS provides breakfast, hot lunch, and sack lunch throughout the summer at various schools/locations. Contact public schools around town or the LPS Nutrition Office at 580.355.1140 for questions.

Address: 12 SW 7th St. Lawton, OK     Phone: 580-536-6351 

Services include recommendations about employment and training opportunities, the distribution of food and personal care items, and assistance in paying household expenses.

Address: 2105 NW 38th St. Lawton, OK 73505     Phone Number: 580.357.7684     Website: https://holycrosslawton.org/community-ministry

Holy Cross Lutheran Church provide groceries for families and children. Please call for hours. 

Address: 701 SW D Ave.     Phone Number: 580.704.9224     Hours: 11am-12:30am (Tues, Wednesday & Thurs)    Website: https://hungryheartsfeedingministry.com

Hungry Hearts provides free meals. No ID required, but you MUST be present to receive plate. Hungry Hearts also distributes clothes, groceries, and toiletries.

Address: 2201 NW 82nd St. Lawton, OK 73505     Phone Number: 580.536.9325    Hours: 9am-5pm (1st & 3rd weekend of every month)     Website: https://lawtonfirst.org/

To make a request for food, please visit the church office and bring an ID and a current utility bill with current address. You will then be contacted with an appointment time. Each household is limited to three visits per year (once every four months or 120 days) with a bonus option. Distributions are made the 1st and 3rd weekends of the month. Call or Fill out online form and you will be contacted to make an appointment at www.lawtonfirst.org , food pantry.

Address: 2800 W Gore Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505     Phone Number: 580.357.5396    Hours: 10am-1pm (Mon & Wed) & 2pm-4pm (Tues & Thurs) Closed (Fridays)

Everything at the Lawton Food Bank is income based. In order to receive assistance, you must bring a valid, government issued photo ID for the head of the household, a valid ID for all other household members, and a utility bill or lease that includes the name of the head of household, date, and address. Please note that each person gets a certain allowance, which correlates to the size of your family.

Address: 2800 W Gore Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505     Phone Number: 580.357.5396     Hours: 11am-9pm (Mon-Fri) & 12pm-9pm (Sat & Sun)    Website: https://www.facebook.com/lawtonmobilemeals

Lawton Mobile Meals delivers free meals to those who can not get out and get meals prepared on their own.

Address: 1107 SW Summit Ave, Lawton, Ok 73501     Phone: 580-574-4974

Address: 2001 SW D Ave. Lawton OK     Phone Number: Pastor Jeff Henderson  580-695-5196

Sign-ups for the pantry are the 1st and 2nd Saturdays of each month. We give a set amount of food items based on the size of the family. Distribution is the 3rd or 4th Saturday of the month depending on how many weeks there are in the month. We also give food ready to eat for the homeless daily. We keep the The Bridge House Pantry stocked with a setlist of foods and household cleaning supplies for consistency and package the family boxes with the best food for meal planning possible, with recipes for the items included in their box.  We also give out diapers every Saturday, sizes needed are 1-5.

Address: 2609 SW Lee Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505 (located at DHS bldg.)     Phone Number: 580.250.3600   Hours: 7:30am-5pm   Website: http://www.okdhslive.org/popups/ProgramFAQSEnglish.aspx#FoodStampFAQ

The SNAP Program enables low-income families to buy nutritious food with Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards. Apply online at www.okdhslive.org. Submit completed form to your local DHS Center. If you are unable to access the form online, they are available at the DHS office. To be considered eligible for SNAP assistance, you must be a U.S. citizen or legal alien. There are also work requirements and income standards. You must provide a social security number for all members in the household, valid photo ID, and verification of all income received by your household for at least the last 30 days. This includes pay stubs from a job, self-employment records or tax return, child support payment receipts, award letter from Social Security income, proof of unemployment benefits, and any other income received. If you have any shelter/utility costs, child care expenses, child support payments, or medical expenses of any elderly or disabled family member, providing proof of them MAY increase the amount of SNAP benefits provided to you.

Address: 1504 SW N H Jones Ave, Lawton, OK 73501 Phone: 580-357-3542 

Address: 1306 SW E Ave. Lawton, OK 73501     Phone Number: 580.355.1802    Hours: 9:30am-11:30am (Mon-Fri) 

The Salvation Army Food Bank provides a free food pantry. Must provide picture ID, social security cards for all household members, and a rent receipt or lease agreement. If receiving food stamps, they need a referral from a case worker.

Address: 1010 SW Sheridan Rd. Lawton, OK 73505     Phone: 580.585.6625    Hours: 8am-4pm (Mon-Fri)   Website: https://www.ok.gov/health/County_Health_Departments/Comanche_County_Health_Department/Services/WIC/index.html

WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) is a nutrition education and supplemental food program for pregnant, breast-feeding, and postpartum women, infants, and children up to five years of age, providing free nutrition education, breast feeding support, healthy foods, and health care referrals during the critical stages of fetal and childhood development. To receive information, discuss eligibility issues, or have questions answered please call the office and a meeting time and place will be arranged. You will need to bring proof of identification, income, and address.

Health Services

Address: 2609 SW Lee Blvd, Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.250.3600    Hours: 7:30am-5pm  Website: https://oklahoma.gov/okdhs/services/aging/advantageadmin.html 

The goal of this program is to provide services which allow Medicaid eligible persons who need nursing facility level of care to remain at home or in the residential setting of their choosing while receiving the necessary care. The program provides adult day health care, case management, home-delivered meals, environmental modification, hospice, occupational therapy, personal care, physical therapy, prescription drugs, specialized equipment and supplies, speech therapy, and support restorative assistance. Please call 1.800.435.4711 with any questions.

Address: 5108 W Gore Blvd. #7 Lawton, OK 73505     Phone Number: 580.248.3110    Hours: 11am-3pm (Monday-Thursday) & 12pm-2pm (Saturday)   Website: https://birthright.org/services/?tab=3

Services are always free, confidential, and non-judgmental. Provides information about pregnancy, childbirth, adoption, prenatal care, community programs, parenting skills, and childcare. Offers referrals for medical support, financial resources, housing, legal, social assistance, and professional counseling. FREE pregnancy tests and maternity and baby items, including baby food and formula.

Address: 1010 S Sheridan Rd.    Phone Number: 580.248.5890    Hours: 8am-5pm (Monday-Friday)   Website: https://www.ok.gov/health/County_Health_Departments/Comanche_County_Health_Department/Services/index.html

The health department offers a variety of services including family support for first time parents, communicable disease prevention, consumer health information, dental health services, family planning, health education, HIV/STD (STI) testing and treatment, immunizations, Medicaid eligibility analysts, rash & head checks, screenings and special services, tuberculosis identification and treatment, and the WIC program. Free flu shots available.

For questions, please call the office for an appointment. Walk-ins are welcome if staff is available. No nursing services offered during lunch hour (12pm-1pm).

Address: Location 1: 3126 NW Arlington Ave.      Phone Number: 580.585.5575     Hours: 8am-5pm (Monday-Friday)

Address: Location 2: 1010 S Sheridan Rd.          Phone Number: 580.248.5890     Hours: 8am-5pm (Monday-Friday) 

Website: https://www.ccmhhealth.com/home-health-and-hospice

The health department offers a variety of services including family support for first time parents, communicable disease prevention, consumer health information, dental health services, family planning, health education, HIV/STD (STI) testing and treatment, immunizations, Medicaid eligibility analysts, rash & head checks, screenings and special services, tuberculosis identification and treatment, and the WIC program. Free flu shots available.

For questions, please call the office for an appointment. Walk-ins are welcome if staff is available. No nursing services offered during lunch hour (12pm-1pm).

Address: 1313 W Gore Blvd. Lawton, OK 73501     Phone Number: 580.353.2008 (or 2006) ext. 2 or 580.354.9007     Hours: 4pm (1st & 3rd Thursday of each month)   Website: https://www.calvarybaptistlawton.org/dental-clinic

Free dental clinic is open the 2nd Thursday of each month (except December). TOOTH EXTRACTIONS ONLY. Must be 16 years of age or older. (If the patient is under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must be present to sign a waiver.) If you are on any medication, please have all the information with you. At 9am on the day of the clinic, you must call 580.353.2008 and register. ONLY 1 PERSON CAN BE REGISTERED PER CALL. Please keep in mind that there is only one phone line taking calls, so you may have to call back multiple times to get through. Once you get through, please make sure that you give the director all the information required. Roll call will be at 4pm at Calvary Baptist Church. Please remember that if you are not present during roll call you will lose your spot. Please park in the church parking lots unless there is a physical disability. Do not park on the street. You must call ahead for information on days, times and the required documentation you will be required to provide.

Address: 2609 SW Lee Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505     Phone Number: 580.250.3600    Hours: 7:30am-5pm (Mon-Fri)   Website: http://www.okdhs.org/services/Pages/default2.aspx

Provides access to programs and services that actively support safety, health, independence and productivity for children, adults, and families at risk or in need.

Address: 602 SW 38th St. Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.248.5780    Website: https://www.ok.gov/odmhsas

 Jim Taliaferro Community Mental Health Center provides short-term inpatient treatment for mental health emergencies. Fees are based on ability to pay. Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance is accepted.

Address: 3811 W Gore Blvd. Bldg. 6 Lawton, OK 73505     Phone Number: 580.355.5242    Hours: 8am-6pm (Mon-Thur) & 8am-5pm (Fri) & 8am-1pm (Sat)  Website: http://www.lawtoncommunityhealthcenter.com/services-community

Lawton Community Health Center provides primary medical, dental, pediatric, and behavioral health care to anyone. Accepts Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare and most private insurances, as well as uninsured patients. A sliding fee is available based on the number of individuals living in the household and the total household income. Same day appointments are available as schedule permits.

Address: 1302 SW A Ave. Lawton, OK 73501     Phone Number: 580.695.1936 or 580.536.1650    Website: https://okcb.accountsupport.com/membership/lawton-chapter

Council is open to the public, meets every 2nd Saturday of the month at the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall at 1pm. The council offers the opportunity for blind and visually impaired individuals to network with other individuals and professionals. They work to improve the lives of the blind and visually impaired by talking to legislators and the public about important issues such as transportation, fair housing, employment, accessible material, etc.

Address: 3811 W Gore Blvd. #8 Lawton, OK 73505   Phone Number: 580.699.3978    Hours: 7am-4pm  Website: https://www.ouhsc.edu/ohai/About/Our-Story

The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative (OHAI) enhances health and quality of life for older Oklahomans. OHAI uses a three-prong approach to improve the wellness of seniors: 1.) Increase access to and quality of interdisciplinary geriatric healthcare 2.) Provide excellence in health education to healthcare professionals, students of the healthcare and social service disciplines, older adults and their families, and the community at large, and lastly 3.) Optimize health and aging policy.

Address: 1103 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.353.7900   Hours: 8:30am-3:30pm (Mon-Thur)    Website: http://rainoklahoma.publishpath.com/hiv

An organization that provides free HIV testing, Ryan White Services, housing, and education to patients with HIV/AIDS. Please call to make an appointment.

Address: 2 SE Lee Blvd. Suite #200 Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.353.5616   Hours: 8am-5pm    Website: http://www.kibois.org/KIBOIS_Rx.html

Rx for Oklahoma helps Oklahomans access prescription assistance programs provided by pharmaceutical companies. Staff will take your information, including name, age, address, income, as well as prescription(s) need and dosage(s). Call office with any questions.

Address: 1908 East Gore Blvd. #A Lawton, OK 73507     Phone Number: 580.248.7060 or toll free at 1.800.605.7944   Hours: 8am-5pm  Website: http://www.swhomehealth.com/services.html

Southwestern Home Health provides short and long-term options for home health care. To be eligible for home health services you must be under the care of a physician and require intermittent care. Referrals to Southwestern Home Health can be made by the physician, discharge planner, family, friends, a community agency, or even the patient. However, all medical treatment and hands-on care require physician orders prior to services. Services provided include IV Therapy, ZOE (Fluid Monitor), diabetes management, colostomy care, laboratory services, wound care, V.A.C. Therapy, medication monitoring, compression therapy/edema, pediatric care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and other private duty services. Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, private insurance, private pay, VA, and ChampUS are all accepted forms of payment. (For Medicare eligibility you must be home bound. This does not mean bed bound.)

Address: Location 1: 1010 S. Sheridan Rd. Lawton, OK 73505     Phone Number: 580.585.6610    Hours: 8am-5pm

Address: Location 2: 2500 N. Lincoln Blvd Oklahoma City, OK 73105    Phone Number: 405.521.3301    Hours: 8am-5pm 

Website: https://sde.ok.gov/soonerstart

Oklahoma's early intervention program; designed to meet the needs of families with infants or toddlers with developmental delays. Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the program builds upon and provides supports and resources to assist family members to enhance infant's or toddler's learning and development through everyday learning opportunities.

Address: 201 1st St. Grandfield, OK 73546    Phone Number: 405.632.6688 (or) 1.866.388.6688   Website: http://www.varietycare.org

Variety Care provides low-cost medical care for insured and uninsured men, women, and children (by appointment), women’s health services, behavioral health services, x-ray services, migrant farmworker program/vouchers, and discounted medications through local 340(b) Pharmacy. Medical Care provided Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm and Friday 8am-12pm. Behavioral Health Care provided Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Housing Assistance

Address: 620 SW E Ave. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.353.5242   Office Hours: 9am-5pm (Mon-Thur) 9am-11am (Friday)  Phone Hours: 8am-5pm (Mon-Thur) 8am-12pm (Friday)   Website: http://www.lawtonhousing.org/properties.aspx

Benjamin O. Davis High Rise provides decent and safe rental housing for eligible low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.

 

Address: 2403 NW 23rd St, LawtonOklahoma 73505     Phone: 580-355-4296

Deer Park Apartments is a 76 unit affordable housing community in Lawton, Oklahoma.

Address: 1918 E Gore Blvd. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.357.4956    Hours: 8am-5pm (Mon-Fri)    Website: http://www.comanchehousing.com

Comanche Nation Housing Authority provides housing assistance to low-income tribal members. Assistance provided includes rental assistance, student housing, homeownership lease purchase program, an elder program, and down payment & closing cost grants. Income limits are adjusted on an annual basis.

Address: 1321 SW 27th St. Lawton, Ok 73505     Phone: 580-357-1900

Address: 1006 SW E Ave. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.250.1700   Hours: 9am-5pm (Mon-Fri) & 9am-1pm (Saturday)     Website: https://www.habitat.org/us-ok/lawton/lawton-ft-sill-hfh

Low-income housing for the elderly (62+) and disabled. 36 accessible units. Since this property was built or renovated using funding from HUD's Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly program, residency is usually restricted to households earning 50% of the Area Median Income (AMI) or less with at least one-member age 62 years or older. Tenants pay rent based on household income. This rent is usually the highest of the following three amounts: either 30% adjusted monthly income, or 10% unadjusted monthly income, or, if receiving welfare assistance, the housing costs portion of this assistance.\

Address: 1505 SW 11th St. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.353.0912   Hours: 9am-4pm (Mon, Wed, Thur, & Fri)  Website: https://affordablehousingonline.com/housing-search/Oklahoma/Lawton/Goodwill-Village/10016044

Low-income housing for the elderly (62+) and disabled. 36 accessible units. Since this property was built or renovated using funding from HUD's Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly program, residency is usually restricted to households earning 50% of the Area Median Income (AMI) or less with at least one-member age 62 years or older. Tenants pay rent based on household income. This rent is usually the highest of the following three amounts: either 30% adjusted monthly income, or 10% unadjusted monthly income, or, if receiving welfare assistance, the housing costs portion of this assistance.

Address: 1006 SW E Ave. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.250.1700    Hours: 9am-5pm (Mon-Fri) & 9am-1pm (Saturday)    Website: https://www.habitat.org/us-ok/lawton/lawton-ft-sill-hfh

Habitat for Humanity provides eligible families building materials for a home and a no-interest mortgage on the actual cost of the home. Required to have long-term income and good credit. Requirements and guidelines apply.

Address: 1327 SW Wisconsin Ave. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.353.1894   Hours: 9am-12pm & 1pm-6pm (Mon-Thur) & 9am-11am (Friday)   Website: http://www.lawtonhousing.org/default.aspx

Address: 2237 NW Hoover Ave.    Phone Number: 580.357.6889 or 580.357.4040   Hours: 9am-4pm (Mon, Wed, Thur, & Fri)   Website: https://www.lawtonpointe.monroegroup.com

This income based, multi-family community features a mix of two- and three-bedroom a73501partment homes in nine, two-story buildings. Amenities include on-call maintenance, security patrol, playground, laundry facility, on-site parking, washer and dryer hookups, central heating and air, and ADA accessible units

Address: 911 SW E Ave. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.699.3837   Hours: 9am-2pm (Mon-Thur) & 9am-11am (Friday)

Rental housing for the elderly (62+) and disabled. Two person per household maximum. Must have a verified source of income, good rental history, good credit history, Gross annual household income maximum: single person household no more than $19,200; two-person household no more than $21,950.

Address: 305 NW 4th St. Lawton, OK 73507    Phone Number: 580.248.2550   Hours: 9am-4pm (Mon,Wed,Thur&Fri) Closed (Sat&Sun)

Villanova Square Apartments offer subsidized family apartments

Legal Services

Address: 103 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.353.1811  Hours: 8am-4:30pm (Mon-Fri)                                            Website: https://catholiccharitiesok.org/get-help/immigration-legal-services

The immigration legal services program at Catholic Charities exists to provide information and legal services to low-income individuals and families who face obstacles to family unity and/or diminished personal, social, and economic opportunities and a result of their immigration status. Must be able to verify low-income status. You are ineligible if you have ever served a prison sentence, if your case is employment-based, if you have a criminal record, and if you exceed the income requirements. The following services are also provided: consultation, representation, family petitions/registry, political asylum, deportation/removal proceedings, Violence Against Women Act petitions, naturalization/citizenship, green card replacement, victims of human trafficking/crime, and legal education.

Address: 2800 W. Gore Blvd. Lawton, OK    Phone Number: 580.581.5420    Website: https://osuokc.edu/mediation

In Mediation a neutral, third party helps those in conflict define issues, explore solutions and reach practical, workable and mutually satisfactory agreements. Mediation seeks to prevent conflicts from escalating, saving everyone involved the time and expense of going to court. Mediation is a process which can help ALL parties involved: Get past their anger, frustration, guilt or "desire to punish", Clarify their underlying, bottom-line goals, See their "opponent's" feelings, viewpoints and goals, Cooperatively build a lasting, WIN/WIN voluntary solution, Create an atmosphere of on-going cooperation and efficiency. All mediations are handled promptly and confidentially.

Address: 121 SW B Ave, Lawton Ok 73503    Phone Number: (910)-633-0191  Website:https://www.godschosenministry.com/?msclkid=25e58617c65511ecac7b4cc86b8710d8  

God's Chosen Ministries provides a wide array of services primarily focused on assistance veterans and their families, formerly incarcerated men and women and their families; as well as any individuals experiencing issues related to homelessness, ID's/Driver license assistance, birth certificate, social security cards, mental illness, and financial responsibility. Wherever there has been a need; God's Chosen Ministry, Inc has found a way to assist through mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment, life skills enhancement and/or homeless prevention. Through these services, we are equipped to help our citizens who can once again be productive members of the community.

Lawton Legal Aid Address: 323 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.248.4675   Hours: 8:30am-5pm (Mon-Fri)    Website: http://www.legalaidok.org

Altus Legal Aid Address: 3000 N. Main, Ste. 300, Altus, OK.  73521     Phone Number: 580.482.7431    Hours: 8:30am-5pm (Mon-Fri)    Website: http://www.legalaidok.org

Attorneys and paralegals provide free services to eligible low-income and senior citizens.  They help with civil, non-criminal cases involving domestic violence, preserving housing, social security disability, access to medical insurance and other civil matters.

Address: 814 SW C Ave.     Phone Number: 580.250.1466    Hours: 10am-3pm (Mon-Fri)   Website: https://www.facebook.com/teencourtok

Teen Court works to reduce juvenile crime within Comanche County through intervention in the lives of at-risk youth by providing positive resolution through peer-driven court sentencing and facilitating behavior changes through education for misdemeanor offenses. They lobby for laws needed to protect our youth.

Address: 1318 SW Lee Blvd. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.355.5246    Hours: 9am-4:30pm (Mon-Fri)   Website: https://www.wmpn.org

Works to prevent underage drinking and prescription drug abuse by reducing risk factors and promoting protective factors in our schools, families, youth, and community.

Native American Specific Resources

Phone Number: 580-492-3357     Address: 584 NW Bingo Rd. Lawton, Ok 73507

Phone Number: 580-492-3257      Address: 1608 SW 9th St. Lawton, Ok 73502

Phone Number: 580-699-3991       Address: 1001 SW C. Ave. Lawton, Ok 73501

Phone Number: 580-792-3743     Address: 8503 NW Madische Rd. Lawton, Ok 73501

Phone Number: 580-357-4956 or 877-263-7042      Address: 1918  E Gore Blvd. Lawton, Ok 73501

 

Phone Number: 580-699-7218      Address: 1608 SW 9th St. Lawton, Ok 73502

 

Phone Number: 580-492-1140      Address: 2210 W Gore Blvd. Suite 3. Lawton, Ok 73501

Phone Number: (405) 247-9009     Website: https://kiowatribe.org/alcohol-and-drug-abuse 

Phone Number: (405) 339-8100

Phone Number: (405) 648-4080     Website: https://kiowatribe.org/social-services

Phone Number: (580) 654-6363     Website: https://kiowatribe.org/teen-suicide-prevention 

Phone Number: (580) 654-6418     Website: https://kiowatribe.org/workforce 

Phone Number: (405) 247-8612     Website: https://wichitatribe.com/programs/education.aspx 

Phone Number: (405) 247-8817     Website: https://wichitatribe.com/programs/rise.aspx 

Phone Number: (405) 247-8630     Website: https://wichitatribe.com/programs/social-services.aspx 

Phone Number: (405) 247-8627     Website: https://wichitatribe.com/programs/family-and-children-services.aspx 

Phone Number: (405) 247-8625     Website: https://wichitatribe.com/programs/juvenile-services.aspx 

Phone Number: (405) 247-8654     Website: https://wichitatribe.com/programs/health-services.aspx 

Military and Veteran Services

Address: 900 NW Cache Rd. Fort Sill, OK    Phone Number: 580.355.5520   Hours: 5:30am-6pm (M-F)                                            Website: https://www.asymca.org/lawton-fort-sill-home

The Armed Forces YMCA stands ready to meet the needs of a provide support and comfort for Fort Sill military members and their families. A few of those programs and services are full-time and emergency childcare, food, clothing, direct financial aid, and support at the airport for arriving and departing military and family members. Their primary focus is on junior enlisted families E5 and below.

Address: 4202 SW. Lee Blvd    Phone Number580.771.2662    Hours: 8am-5pm (Mon-Fri)

 

Address: 4704 NW Motif Manor Blvd. #5 Fort Sill, OK     Phone Number: 580.248.8387   Website: https://www.dav.org

DAV helps veterans get the benefits they’ve earned. They provide lifetime support for veterans and their families. DAV also connects veterans with meaningful employment by hosting job fairs and providing resources.

Address: 3334 Sheridan Rd. Fort Sill, OK     Phone Number: 580.442.0930    Hours: 8am-5pm (Mon-Fri)    Website: https://sill.armymwr.com

The MWR is committed to enhancing the lives of Soldiers, their families, civilian employees, and military retirees. Their mission is to serve the needs, interests, and responsibilities of each individual in the Army community for as long as they are associated with the Army. Services are offered that reduce stress and build skills and self confidence for Soldiers and their families.

Address: 608 SW D Ave. Fort Sill, OK     Phone Number: 580.581.0772    Hours: 8am-5pm (Mon-Fri)    Website: https://www.operationhomefront.org

Operation Homefront helps military families overcome many of the challenges inherent in military life. They provide short-term critical financial assistance, long-tern stability, and recurring family support. Their system follows a three-step process each month for applicants. There is a 10-day application and initial processing period, a 10-day processing and review period, and a 10-day evaluation/notification period.

Address: 501 SE Flower Mound Rd. Fort Sill, OK      Phone Number: 580.351.6511    Hours: 9am-3pm (Mon-Fri)    Website: https://oklahoma.gov/veterans/veterans-centers/lawton.html

A 200 bed, long-term care facility currently accepts skilled, intermediate, and Alzheimer’s/dementia residents.

Website: https://www.ouhealth.com/oklahoma-center-for-geroscience/healthy-aging-services/oklahoma-healthy-aging-initiative-ohai-/

OHAI understands that good health is key to successful aging. We focus on improving the health of older adults across the state through caregiver training and health promotion education, including classes on fall prevention, diabetes management, and caregiver support, among others. With five locations across the state, OHAI provides health education to all 77 counties. The Oklahoma Healthy Aging (OHAI) was established in 2012 by a grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation.

Lifelong health for all Oklahomans. Staying healthy and living safely in your own home and community for as long as possible. That’s the goal – and you can do it with help from Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative (OHAI). This statewide network through the Section of Geriatric Medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is designed especially for seniors and their loved ones living anywhere in Oklahoma and offers a wide range of healthy aging educational programs and resources close to home.

Phone: 918-588-8459 

Phone: 405-456-5793    Fax: 405-606-8488   Website: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-VA Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) Program - VA Homeless Programs

HUD-VASH is a collaborative program between HUD and VA combines HUD housing vouchers with VA supportive services to help Veterans who are homeless and their families find and sustain permanent housing.

Address: 1310 BW 47th St. Lawton, Ok 73505     Phone: 580-531-4700

Prison Reentry Services

God's Chosen Ministries

Address: 121 SW B Ave, Lawton Ok 73503    Phone Number: (910)-633-0191  Website: https://www.godschosenministry.com/?msclkid=25e58617c65511ecac7b4cc86b8710d8

God's Chosen Ministry Community Outreach exists to build safer and stronger communities by empowering individuals to lead productive lives.  With the right collaboration of resources, services, and vision, we believe that successful community reintegration is possible.  We are conveniently located in Lawton, Ok.  

God's Chosen Ministries provides a wide array of services primarily focused on assistance veterans and their families, formerly incarcerated men and women and their families; as well as any individuals experiencing issues related to homelessness, ID's/Driver license assistance, birth certificate, social security cards, mental illness, and financial responsibility. Wherever there has been a need; God's Chosen Ministry, Inc has found a way to assist through mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment, life skills enhancement and/or homeless prevention. Through these services, we are equipped to help our citizens who can once again be productive members of the community.

​Additionally, we are partnered with several organizations providing the following services:

  • Spiritual wellness

  • Fitness & Aerobics

  • Yoga

  • Bullying Prevention & Self-Defense Training

  • Youth Development

  • Job & Employment

  • Soft Skills

  • Food & Clothing Assistance

  • Rental & Utility Assistance

Senior Citizen Services

Address: 4645 W Gore Blvd. #C Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.248.0186    Hours: 7am-4pm (Mon-Fri)  Website: https://angelscarehealth.com/locations/lawton-ok

A Medicare-Certified Home Health agency providing disease management programs, skilled nursing and therapies, behavioral health, hospital transitional care, medication management, and caregiver support education.

Address: 802 W Main St. Duncan, OK 73533     Phone Number: 580.736.7036    Website: https://www.ascog.org

The ASCOG Office will be closed to the public for the safety of our seniors and workers for the time being. You can absolutely call if you are having an emergency, and we will do our best to assist from a safe distance. Some workers may be working from home, so please be patient as we adjust to this new style.

Services provided through The Association of South-Central Oklahoma Governments Area on Aging (ASCOG) include: information and assistance, Long Term Care Ombudsman, ADvantage Case Management, nutrition and supportive services, a caregiver program, Legal Aid of Oklahoma, Masonic Foundation for Seniors, and the Oklahoma Senior Farmers’ Market Program.

Address: 3501 SW Dr. Elsie Hamm Dr. Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.248.0471    Hours: 8 AM to 4 PM Mon-FRI   Website: https://www.centerforcreativeliving.org/

Provides a meeting place for active seniors (55+) to socialize and receive social, physical, and intellectual needs. Hosts various classes, recreation, and special events.

HOTLINE: 1-800-522-3511

Lawton Legal Aid Address: 323 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.248.4675   Hours: 8:30am-5pm (Mon-Fri)    Website: http://www.legalaidok.org

Altus Legal Aid Address: 3000 N. Main, Ste. 300, Altus, OK.  73521     Phone Number: 580.482.7431    Hours: 8:30am-5pm (Mon-Fri)    Website: http://www.legalaidok.org

Attorneys and paralegals provide free services to eligible low-income and senior citizens.  They help with civil, non-criminal cases involving domestic violence, preserving housing, social security disability, access to medical insurance and other civil matters.

Service Animal Services

Adress: 1401 NW 82nd St. Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.699.7007    Website: http://www.pawswithlovetd.com

Provides therapy dogs, training, evaluation, registration, and volunteering. Will share therapy dogs with patients in hospitals, nursing homes, schools, and other institutions.

Shelter Services

Address: 1203 SW Texas Ave Lawton, OK 73501      Phone Number: 580.248.0936       Website: https://www.facebook.com/ccartercrane/

C. Carter Crane provides emergency shelter for homeless men, women, and children. Clients may stay for a period of up to six weeks. The shelter provides supportive case-management services to help in gaining employment and housing. Clients are also provided transportation to employment, medical appointments, employment search, and other appointments in the form of Lawton Area Transits (LATS) bus passes. Necessary hygiene items are provided to all clients during their stay at the shelter.

Address: 901 SW 17th St Lawton, OK 73501       Phone Number: 580.699.2821 or 580.353.7522       Website: https://www.familypromiseoflawton.com/

Family Promise of Lawton assists homeless families to find the stability they need to acquire their own housing, jobs, and financial independence. During the time a family is enrolled in Family Promise they will receive temporary housing, evening and morning meals, and related support for up to fourteen people on a weekly basis.

Address: 317 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73505        Phone Number: 580.250.1123 or 580.357.6141

New Directions provides an emergency temporary shelter to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. Shelter location is protected.

Address: 1306 SW E Ave. Lawton, OK 73501       Phone Number: 580.355.1802       Website: https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/provide-shelter

The Salvation Army provides night shelter from 4pm-10am. Please note that these hours change with weather conditions. The hours provided are for the winter. For those with no place to go or in need of emergency shelter, local Salvation Army homeless shelters provide a warm, safe place for men, women, and – whenever possible – families to stay. You must pass a drug screen and provide a valid ID. ID required.

Hotline: 580-492-3590 (24⁄7)       Daytime Phone Number: 580-492-3591       Daytime Hours: Monday - Sunday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Comanche Nation Woman's Shelter provides emergency and supportive services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking, especially to Native American Victims and their children. Also to increase public awareness of the issues through community education and training. Services provided include: temporary shelter, individual counseling, group counseling, life skills classes, resume preparation, job search, legal advocacy, laison with community resource agencies, limited transportation, cultural outings, and community education.

Address: 2315 SW H Ave. Suite #5 Lawton, OK 73505        Phone Number: 580.917.0266 or 580.585.2414        Website: https://www.transitionalhousing.org/li/the-next-step-tlp-inc

The Next Step TLP, Inc. is a transitional living program designed to meet the needs of homeless youth ages 18 to 21. The program includes housing, supportive services, and street outreach.

Support Groups

Address: 2204 W Gore Blvd. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.591.2604   Hours: 12pm/Noon (Mon,Wed,Thur) & 7pm (Tues,Wed,Sat)    

Please enter through the back door of the bldg.

Address: 1302 SW 13th St. & A Ave. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.536.9511   Hours: 6:00 PM (Mon, Tues, Thur, & Sat)

Address: 1204 SW F Ave. Lawton, OK 73501

Intake Address: 8503 NW Madische Rd. Lawton, OK 73501    Intake Phone Number: 580.357.3449    Outpatient Address: 807 SW F Ave Lawton, OK 73501    Outpatient Phone Number: 580.492.3752    Hours: 8am-5pm (Mon-Fri) Office Hours but they are 24/7 services

Drug & Alcohol Assessments are done at the Outpatient Facility

Address: 110 SW 4th St. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.483.4942   Hours: 6:30 PM on Mondays

Meets in the Lawton Public Library Room #2

Address: 1402 NW Arlington Ave Lawton, OK 73507    Phone Number: 580.291.7425    Hours: 6:30pm on the 1st Thursday of the Month

Address: 2621 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.355.4854     Hours: Sundays (call for times)

Address: 3401 W Gore Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505   Phone Number: 580.536.7078   Hours: Call weekly for time

Meets at CCMH in the Oakwood Room 4

Address: 3401 W Gore Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505 Meets at Comanche County Memorial Hospital   Hours: Call Weekly for time   

Address: 532 South West 11th Street Lawton, OK 73501 

Address: 3401 W Gore Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505  Meets at Comanche County Memorial Hospital    Phone Number: 580.583.8126    Hours: Call Weekly for time.

 

Address: 1529 W Gore Blvd. # C2 Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.238.1291

Meet as a group with a therapist who specializes in working with the LGBTQ community.

Tax Assistance

Address: 1203 SW Lee Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505 OR 616 NW Sheridan Rd. St. Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.355.2163 OR Phone: 580.699.3292  Website: https://www.goodwillsont.org/services-vita.php

Goodwill’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) offers free tax help for taxpayers who qualify and free tax help for low to moderate income, generally $49,000 and below. Goodwill IRS Certified tax preparers are trained to prepare basic tax returns for taxpayers and file the returns electronically for free. They also will ensure that taxpayers receive all the tax credits to which they are entitled during the tax season. Please bring a driver’s license, a social security card for you, your spouse, and all other dependents, as well as birth dates. Income statements and forms to bring: wage and earning statements (form W-2, W-2G, 1099-R, from all employers), interest and dividend statements from banks (Form 1099), Unemployment (Form 1099-G), Social Security (Form SSA-1099), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Gambling/Lottery winnings (Form W-2G), a copy of last year’s federal and state returns (if available), bank routing numbers and account numbers for Direct Deposit, total paid for daycare and provider’s tax identifying number, and ACA Form 1095C.

Address: 2 SE Great Plains Blvd. Suite #200 Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.353.2364    Hours: 8am-5pm                                                                              Website: http://www.okdrs.gov/guide/great-plains-improvement-foundation

Great Plains Improvement Foundation provides asset development including tax return preparation assistance. Please bring a valid form of ID and all income/tax documents.

Address: 323 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.248.4675    Hours: 8:30am-5pm   Website: https://www.legalaidok.org/if-you-need-help

Legal Aid can provide tax assistance if there is an IRS controversy and the applicant must be under 250% of poverty. Call toll free 1-833-284-6227

Transportation Services

Address: 584 NW Bingo Rd. Elgin, OK 73538    Phone Number: 580.492.3399 or 3389   Hours: 8am-5pm (Mon-Fri)  Website:https://comanchenation.com/departments/family-services/transit

Open to the public. Provides safe, reliable, and cost-efficient transportation to all people. They offer transportation services to get to and from medical appointments, work, college or vocational schooling, grocery shopping, and more. Servicing the Lawton/Fort Sill metropolitan area as well as surrounding communities of Cache, Apache, Elgin, Fletcher, and Cyril. Open Monday-Friday 5am-7pm. Please call to schedule. Have your name, phone number, pick up address, time requested for pick up, appointment time, and return trip information if needed. Tickets are offered for passengers who wish to purchase them for everyday use. Prices are per person per stop.

Address: 4704 NW Motif Manor Blvd. #5  Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.248.8387   Hours: 8am-5pm    Website: https://www.dav.org/veterans/i-need-a-ride

The DAV provides free transportation to VA medical facilities for injured and ill veterans.

Address: 611 SW Bishop Rd.  Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.248.5252   Hours: 6am to 7pm Mon thru Fri 9am to 6PM Sat   Website: https://ridelats.com

With fixed route bus transportation, para-transit, and charter bus options, LATS is a safe and affordable solution. Fixed route system operates each hour. The transit buses are equipped to carry all types of passengers, from school-aged children to senior citizens and those with disabilities. Those who have a Medicare card, are a senior (62+), or are disabled can fill out an application for an MSD card. The MSD card allows you to pay half of the adult fare when you board the LATS bus. Fill out an applicated here: https://ridelats.com/files/2018/06/MSD-app-April-2018.pdf, and mail it, fax it, or hand deliver it to LATS. If you are unable to access the link please stop by the LATS office to pick up a copy.

Phone Number: 580.255.7883   Hours: 8am-5pm (Mon-Fri) Saturdays are only for dialysis patients    Website: https://www.cadcconnections.com/public-transportation

Public transportation service is provided in selected cities within 16 Oklahoma counties. Red River also provides contractual services to business, schools, and health providers. All the vehicles are ADA lift or ramp equipped. All services are open to the public.

Address: 4345 N Lincoln Blvd Oklahoma City, OK 73105   Phone Number:1.877.404.4500   Hours: 7am-6pm (Mon-Sat)   Website: http://www.okhca.org/individuals.aspx?id=554&menu=42&parts=7643_7645_7641

SoonerRide is a program that helps you get to and from your SoonerCare/Medicare appointments if you need a ride. You must call at least three business days before your appointment to arrange for your ride. A trip authorization number must be obtained in advance through the reservation line for gas/mileage reimbursement. If you must travel a long distance that requires an overnight stay in order to access SoonerCare approved medical services with a specialist doctor, then you can contact the Population Care Management Division at 1.877.252.6002 to request help with lodging and/or meals during your trip.

Utilities and Rental Assistance

Address: 1203 SW Texas Ave. Lawton, Ok 73501     Phone: 580-248-0936

Address: 106 SW A Ave Lawton, OK 73507      Phone Number: 580.353.1811 (leave message if no answer)       Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Website: https://catholiccharitiesok.org/get-help/family-support-services/emergency-rent-utility-assistance

Applicants can qualify for emergency utility assistance by bringing in a current utility bill, proof of current and identifiable income, and a valid piece of personal identification. Those requiring rent assistance will also need to provide a copy of the lease in the applicant’s name. All recipients of assistance will be required to enroll in a budgeting class. These services are provided regardless of religion, race, creed, or socio-economic status.

Phone Numbers: 1.866.275.5265 or 1.501.682.8715   Hours: 24 Hours   Website: https://www.centerpointenergy.com/en-us/CustomerService/Pages/CNP_Forms/Customer_Care_Fund.aspx?sa=MS&au=bus

If funding is available, there is a “Customer Care Fund” set up for families who are going through financial hardships and are unable to pay their heating bill. Please call and ask who to contact for this fund. Ask about who to contact for customer care fund utility/energy assistance seasonal OHS.

Location 1 Address: 1010 NW 82nd St Lawton, OK 73503   Phone Number: 580.536.8729    Location 2 Address: 12 SW 7th St. Lawton, OK 73501  Phone Number: 580.355.7837    Hours: 9am-4pm   Website: https://holyfamilylawton.org/

The mission of Holy Family Conference of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul is to help individuals in their time of need. They provide recommendations for employment and training opportunities, the distribution of food and personal care items, and assistance in paying household expenses.

Address: 609 SW F Ave. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.595.0063   Hours: 9 am to 5 PM Mon – Thur and 9am to 11 am Fri   Website: https://www.hud.gov/states/oklahoma/renting/energyprgms

Provides utility and rental assistance to low-income individuals and families when funding is available.

Address: 811 SW D Ave. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.699.2020   Hours: 24 Hours   Website: http://www.fidelitycommunications.com/lifeline

Discounted phone and internet service offered through Fidelity Communications for low income and government assisted households. Lifeline provides discounts on monthly telephone or internet service for eligible consumers. Federal rules prohibit eligible low-income consumers from receiving more than ONE Lifeline service per household. Support is available to eligible low-income consumers living in group living facilities (i.e. assisted living homes, apartments, senior living homes, etc.) Call the Fidelity office and ask about services or download application at 0219-lifeline-application_sdnd.pdf (midco.com)

Address: 2609 SW Lee Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505 (DHS Office)   Phone Number: 580.250.3600   Hours: 7:30am to 4:30pm   Website: http://www.okdhs.org/services/liheap/Pages/UtilityServicesLIHEAPMain.aspx

The LIHEAP Program can help you and your family in two ways: Regular Energy Assistance Program (REAP) and Energy Crisis Assistance Program (ECAP).

REAP is non-crisis assistance that helps Oklahomans pay one payment per federal fiscal year to your primary fuel source heating bills during the winter months between November and January and/or one payment per federal fiscal year to primary fuel source cooling bills during summer months between June and August. You are encouraged to apply online at www.okdhslive.org during open enrollment period. (Call office and ask when next period begins.) You may be asked to provide some verification documents for utility assistance.

ECAP is a crisis program that is only available between March and May to assist Oklahomans to establish new service, restore or prevent service interruption, initiate fuel delivery. Apply at www.okdhslive.org during open enrollment period.

Phone: 580-357-6141

Address: 1306 SW E Ave. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.355.1802   Website: http://salvationarmyaok.org/home/ways-we-help/children-families/housing-homelessness

The goal of The Salvation Army is to provide short term support, while helping individuals work towards long term self-sufficiency. While the amount and type of aid will vary, some of the assistance provided to low-income families includes free food, rental assistance, clothing, funds for pay utility and heating bills, and seasonal programs. Resources are always limited, and eligibility requirements need to be met. The Salvation Army is focused on preventing homelessness in communities they serve. Please note that much of the utility bill assistance is for people with a household member who is at risk, such as a senior, child, or disabled member of the household

Veterinarian and Animal Services

Address: 85 NE 20th St. Lawton, OK 73507    Phone Number: 580.355.6985    Hours: 9am to 4:30PM (Mon -Thur)  Website: https://animalbirthcontrolclinic.com

This non-profit, low-cost neuter/spay facility has never turned away a pet owner regardless of his or her ability to pay. Offers spay/neuter surgeries, vaccination, heartworm testing and preventatives, and flea and tick treatment. No vaccination or surgeries on Friday. Vaccinations are on a walk-in basis 9am-4:30pm, Monday through Thursday. Surgeries are by appointment only.

Youth Services

Address: 1315 SW F Ave. Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.357.7541   Website: https://bgclawton.shutterfly.com

The Boys & Girls Club of Lawton provides after school care and a summer program for children. Some of the activities and programs offered include tutoring, character and leadership programs, health and lifestyle programs, and arts and crafts. There are many different sports offered as well. For boys they have football in the fall, basketball in winter, and baseball in spring and early summer. For girls they offer cheerleading in fall, basketball in winter, and softball in spring and early summer.

Address: 620 NW Cache Rd. Lawton, OK 73507    Phone Number: 580.357.3633   Hours: 8am-5pm    Website: https://www.scoutingrocks.tv

The Last Frontier Council, Boy Scouts of America provides leadership training designed to teach Duty to God and Country, encourage service to other people and develop physical fitness, mental alertness, and moral steadfastness. The Council believes that every Scout should have the opportunity to enjoy outdoor and camping experiences regardless of the family’s inability to afford the expense. For this reason, funds have been set aside to provide for youth who need assistance. This is a confidential process. To apply please follow the link https://www.scoutingrocks.tv/files/12154/Campership, complete the form, and return to the Council Service Center to the attention of Jennifer Limestall.

Address: 601 SW C Ave. #101 Lawton, OK 73501    Phone Number: 580.248.2272   Hours: 8am-5pm (but are on call 24/7)    Website: http://www.casaswok.com 

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) are community volunteers who represents the best interests of abused and neglected children who are wards of the juvenile court. After being screened and trained, a CASA is appointed to a child or sibling group. Their purpose is to help children find a safe, permanent home. They visit the child(ren) regularly to assess how well they are doing in their current placement and develop a rapport with the child.

HOTLINE: 1-800-522-3511

Address: 6100 North Robinson Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73118    Phone Number: 580.698.0022 or 580.357.7737 or 405.528.4475   Hours: 9am-5pm   Website: http://www.gswestok.org

The Girl Scouts provide programs dedicated to helping all girls make good decisions, improve their self-esteem, appreciate diversity and contribute to the community. The unique all-girl environment gives girls the right setting to achieve their goal and develop skills that will help them succeed throughout their lifetime.

Address: 5 SW 5th St.    Phone Number: 580.355.9622   Hours: 5:15am-9pm (Mon-Fri) & 7am-7pm (Saturday) & 1pm-6pm (Sunday)   Website: https://lawtonfamilyymca.org/?s=youth

This organization provides many different programs for our community. The Y access program provides funding for participants that qualify. This allows everyone the opportunity to participate in sports, aquatics, health and fitness programs and all other programs provided by the YMCA.

Address: 102 E Gore Blvd. Lawton, OK 73507    Phone Number: 580.353.0171 or 357.6900    Hours: 7:30am-3:30pm    Website: https://www.lawtonps.org/registration--29

Notes: Families who are new to the district must complete an online registration form: https://campus.lawtonps.org/campus/olr2/coreOLR/portal/shell.xsl?x=olr2.Olr2Outline&appLang=Eng&mode=onlineregistration&selectLanguageNew=true&login=1&x=olr2.coreOLR.olr_translations-langList&x=olr2.coreOLR.Olr2Main-appTypeCheck&x=olr2.coreOLR.olr_translations-appLang&x=olr2.coreOLR.Olr_FilePath-getLinks&x=olr2.coreOLR.Olr2Main-setupList

After online registration is complete, parent/guardian will receive a confirmation email. Then, must attend “LPS Check-In” event. Please bring proof of residency in the form of one utility bill under the guardian’s name OR a purchase/lease agreement for recent moves. New students must have birth certificate and immunization records. Please note that students must be up-to-date on all immunizations to attend school.

Address: 317 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.248.6450   Hours: 8am-5pm (Mon-Fri)    Website: https://www.facebook.com/Marie-Detty-Youth-Family-Services-Center-300744246637933

Some of the programs for youth offered through Marie Detty include: outpatient counseling; homebased counseling for delinquent juveniles and their families; home studies on prospective foster homes; intake, assessment services, and supervision to juveniles arrested by law enforcement officers; help and support for all young people in crisis; skill development classes that focus on communication, socialization skills, anger management, problem solving, and decision-making skills; an emergency youth shelter that provides supervised care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; and long-term care of girls who are victims of abuse and neglect and are in the state’s custody.

Address: 753 NW Fort Sill Blvd, Lawton, OK 73507     Phone: 580-357-6900 ext. 2311

Assist homeless children in the school system.

Address: 714 SW 45th St Lawton OK     Phone Number: 580-595-4808     Website: Home | Might Community Development & Resource Center (mightcdrc.org)

Address: 814 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73501   Phone Number: 580.250.1466    Hours: 10am-3pm (Mon-Fri)    Website: https://www.facebook.com/teencourtok

Teen Court works to reduce juvenile crime within Comanche County through intervention in the lives of at-risk youth by providing positive resolution through peer-driven court sentencing and facilitating behavior changes through education for misdemeanor offenses.

Address: 602 SW A Ave. Lawton, OK 73505    Phone Number: 580.282.6945   Hours: 9am-5pm (Mon-Fri)    Website: https://youthcareok.com

YouthCare of Oklahoma (YCO) is an outpatient, integrated health care company certified to provide mental health, primary care, and care coordination services. They are accredited by both the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) and the Joint Commission. Their programs of service include Mental Health Outpatient, Substance Abuse Outpatient, and Foster Care. Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP, and private insurances are all accepted. Discounts are available based on a family size and income. Please contact the office for more information.