Ardmore Regional Office

Family H.O.P.E.   Qualifying families may be eligible for long-term case management to help improve their economic situation, home environment and social support. The following services are available to clients enrolled in the H.O.P.E. Program:

  • Goal setting
  • Personalized service plans
  • Budgeting assistance
  • Advocacy
  • Life skills education
  • Limited transitional housing
  • Referrals for job training
  • Referrals for medical assistance
  • Referrals for housing
  • Referrals for counseling
  • Referrals for baby items
  • Referrals for nutrition programs
  • Referrals for public assistance programs

Counseling Services   State licensed professionals provide short-term, outpatient counseling, offering opportunities for therapuetic growth to individuals, couples and families regardless of faith. An initial assessment will determine program appropriateness. There are no fees for counseling.

Immigration Assistance   Attorneys are available to provide programs on immigration legal issues. People who can verify their low-income status may qualify for the following immigration legal services:

  • Consultation
  • Representation
  • Family petitions/registry
  • Asylum
  • Deportation/removal proceedings
  • Violence Against Women Act petitions
  • Naturalization/citizenship
  • Green Card replacement
  • Victims of human trafficking/crime
  • Education
  • Information

Clinton Regional Office

Counseling Services   Therapuetic and substance abuse counseling are provided by professionals licensed in the state of Oklahoma. Individuals, couples and families of all faiths and backgrounds are provided opportunities for therapuetic change and growth in an atmosphere of acceptance without judgement or prejudice.

Any person for which functional improvement, personal growth and/or situational change is possible with short-term outpatient counseling, can be admitted to the program. There is no fee for the initial assessment. In this initial assessment, program appropriateness is determined.

Counseling fees are charged for professional services on a sliding scale based on the individual’s ability to pay. No one will ever be refused services for inability to pay.


Enid Regional Office

Emergency Financial Assistance   Individuals and families may qualify for emergency assistance to meet immediate financial needs and promote self-sufficiency. Clients will be required to schedule a face-to-face assessment and may be asked to attend a budgeting class. Catholic Charities may work with other community agencies to meet the needs of the client.

Adopt A Child Christmas Program   Children are “adopted” by sponsors who then provide Christmas gifts to them. Catholic Charities chairs the community-wide Christmas Task Force, which is designed to avoid duplication of services while ensuring all children who need assistance are served. To join this program, the child’s legal guardian must enroll him or her during the advertised application period.

Counseling Services   State licensed professionals provide short-term, outpatient counseling, offering opportunities for therapuetic growth to individuals, couples and families regardless of faith. An initial assessment will determine program appropriateness. There are no fees for counseling.

Immigration Assistance   Attorneys are available to provide programs on immigration legal issues. People who can verify their low-income status may qualify for the following immigration legal services:

  • Consultation
  • Representation
  • Family petitions/registry
  • Asylum
  • Deportation/removal proceedings
  • Violence Against Women Act petitions
  • Naturalization/citizenship
  • Green Card replacement
  • Victims of human trafficking/crime
  • Education
  • Information

Guymon Regional Office

Family H.O.P.E.   Qualifying families may be eligible for long-term case management to help improve their economic situation, home environment and social support. The following services are available to clients enrolled in the H.O.P.E. Program:

  • Goal setting
  • Personalized service plans
  • Budgeting assistance
  • Advocacy
  • Life skills education
  • Limited transitional housing
  • Referrals for job training
  • Referrals for medical assistance
  • Referrals for housing
  • Referrals for counseling
  • Referrals for baby items
  • Referrals for nutrition programs
  • Referrals for public assistance programs

Immigration Assistance   Attorneys are available to provide educational programs on immigration legal issues. People who can verify their low-income status may qualify for the following immigration legal services:

  • Consultation
  • Representation
  • Family petitions/registry
  • Asylum
  • Deportation/removal proceedings
  • Violence Against Women Act petitions
  • Naturalization/citizenship
  • Green Card replacement
  • Victims of human trafficking/crime
  • Education
  • Information

Lawton Regional Office

Family H.O.P.E.   Qualifying families may be eligible for long-term case management to help improve their economic situation, home environment and social support. The following services are available to clients enrolled in the H.O.P.E. Program:

  • Goal setting
  • Personalized service plans
  • Budgeting assistance
  • Advocacy
  • Life skills education
  • Limited transitional housing
  • Referrals for job training
  • Referrals for medical assistance
  • Referrals for housing
  • Referrals for counseling
  • Referrals for baby items
  • Referrals for nutrition programs
  • Referrals for public assistance programs

Counseling Services   State licensed professionals provide short-term, outpatient counseling, offering opportunities for therapuetic growth to individuals, couples and families regardless of faith. An initial assessment will determine program appropriateness. There are no fees for counseling.

Immigration Assistance   Attorneys are available to provide programs on immigration legal issues. People who can verify their low-income status may qualify for the following immigration legal services:

  • Consultation
  • Representation
  • Family petitions/registry
  • Asylum
  • Deportation/removal proceedings
  • Violence Against Women Act petitions
  • Naturalization/citizenship
  • Green Card replacement
  • Victims of human trafficking/crime
  • Education
  • Information

To inquire about eligibility or apply for services, please call the regional office nearest you.

Ardmore Regional Office

Gerald Johnson, Office Director
125 E St. SW
Ardmore, OK 73401
Phone: 580.798.2305
Fax: 580.798.2310

Lawton Office

Yasmin Berber, Office Coordinator
1930 NW Ferris Ave, Ste 8
Lawton, OK 73507
Phone: 580.353.1811
Fax: 580.353.1842

Enid Office

Stacy Kurtz, Office Coordinator
710 W Maine
Enid, OK 73701
Phone: 580.237.7352
Fax: 580.237.0164

Clinton Office

Eileen McGee, Office Coordinator
1217 Knox Ave
Clinton, OK 73601
Phone: 580.323.6363
Fax: 580.323.6378

Guymon Office

Julia Gonzales, Office Director
400 NE 12th St, Ste B
PO Box 1195
Guymon, OK 73942
Phone: 580.468.0904
Fax: 580.468.0905

 


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