Mental Health Association of Oklahoma is dedicated to promoting mental health, preventing mental disorders and achieving victory over mental illness through advocacy, education, research, service and housing. The focus of the Association’s efforts go toward housing, education, advocacy, support, recovery, youth or service, and programs.
The mission of the Alzheimer’s Association is to eliminate the Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
CJAMM’s mission is to serve Jesus Christ through developing Christian relationships with people behind prison walls, helping them to break generational cycles of prison, addiction, and parental abandonment with the love and support of the Church. CJAMM has three church families for prison inmates and their families, two transitional living
Stand in the Gap Ministries was established in 1997 and is dedicated to connecting people in need with people who care. Stand in the Gap offers programs specially created for women in our communities who need support. Women in Transition supports women transitioning out of prison and back into society.
Established in 1998, Oklahoma Project Woman is dedicated to providing access to breast healthcare that will facilitate the early diagnosis of breast cancer and decrease the mortality rate for uninsured women with limited income. Oklahoma Project Woman provides breast healthcare in more than 70 clinics and 40 hospitals throughout Oklahoma.
The mission of the Family Safety Center is to promote safety and justice in Tulsa County through multidisciplinary services that offer protection, hope, and healing to victims of family violence. The Family Safety Center convenes, coordinates, and manages a collaboration of ten partner agencies who provide advocacy, civil legal representation,
Established in September 2007, the mission of CASA of Oklahoma County is to provide trained court appointed volunteers who advocate for the best interests of abused or neglected children in the juvenile court system. CASA of Oklahoma County recruits, trains, and supervises volunteers (AKA, advocates) who are sworn in as
Catholic Charities was established in Oklahoma in 1912 with the opening of St. Joseph’s Orphanage. Its mission today is to provide help and hope to all through the Catholic tradition of service. Catholic Charities has offices in Oklahoma City, Clinton, Enid, Lawton, and Guymon through which it provides services in
NorthCare was founded in December 1980 and exists to promote recovery and new levels of independence for Oklahomans by providing quality behavioral health services to achieve the best possible outcomes for all. NorthCare provides hope to Oklahoma’s most vulnerable, children that have been abused and neglected, families in crisis, and