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Information and Referral
2-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number that connects people with important community services and volunteer opportunities.
Statewide Information and Referral for Oklahomans with Special Needs
Sooner Success is a FREE statewide information and referral service in Oklahoma that can help locate resources for a variety of social services and health care needs. Using a computerized database of thousands of agencies, organizations and programs throughout the state, Sooner Success can help people find the services they need in their area. Sooner Success also has listing of national organizations and agencies as well as local support groups.
Join.ok.gov - Joint Oklahoma Information Network
The Statewide Community Resource Directory is a statewide database compromised of thousands of services available to Oklahomans. Services range from basic needs to healthcare and counseling.
Guide to Community Services in Oklahoma
This guide lists a variety of community services available to people with disabilities and their families, and provides information about the purpose, eligibility, application process and other and other elements of these services. It also provides contact information for agencies and organizations throughout Oklahoma.
The Zarrow Center for Learning Enrichment facilitates successful secondary and postsecondary educational, vocational and personal outcomes for students and adults with disabilities.
Department of Human Services
The mission of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services is to help individuals and families in need help themselves lead safer, healthier, more independent and productive lives.
State of Oklahoma - OK.gov
Education, Community Links, Children and Family Services as well as Tourism, Business, Government, History of Oklahoma and Elected Officials.
Oklahoma Disability Law Center Inc.
The Mission of the Oklahoma Disability Law Center, Inc. is to Protect, Promote and Expand the rights of the people with disabilities and mental illness.
Center for Learning and Leadership
The Center for Learning and Leadership is Oklahoma's University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research, and Service.
Oklahoma Department of
The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services online Disability Resource Guide.
Oklahoma ABLE-Tech is Oklahoma's Tech Act project. Assistive technology information available through this site.
HELPLINE is a program of the Community Service Council of Tulsa. Developed in 1996, HELPLINE provides telephone information and referral and crisis intervention services 24 hours/day 7 days/week to more than 40,000 callers per year from metropolitan Tulsa, Oklahoma's second most populous urban area.
OKLAHOMA'S DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES PARTNERSHIP NETWORK
Easter Seals provides exceptional services, education, outreach, and advocacy so that people living with autism and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play in our communities.
Oklahoma Foundation for the Disabled, Inc.
OKFD is a 50-year old not-for-profit social services organization that provides high quality and activity-oriented adult day health services for adults with developmental disabilities in central Oklahoma.
National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities
NACDD's mission is to provide support and assistance to member Councils in order to promote a consumer and family centered system of services and supports for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Community Options, Inc. Family Web 2.0
Community Options’ Family Web is a network where parents can come together to support one another by sharing information, experiences, and knowledge. Although these parents are located all across the country, the interweaving of their ideas and experience makes our family web strong.
Administration on Developmental Disabilities
The Administration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD) is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Children and Families. Federal funding for the Developmental Disabilities Council and its sibling agencies is provided by ADD.
U.S. Department of Health and
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is a cabinet-level agency of the Executive Branch which administers the Social Security Administration, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and the Administration for Children and Families, among others.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is a federal agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. CMS runs the Medicare and Medicaid programs - two national health care programs that benefit about 75 million Americans.
Medicaid Reference Desk
The Medicaid Reference Desk is an online information source designed to provide quick and simple answers concerning Medicaid eligibility.
Social Security Administration
A broad, searchable site that answers almost any general question about Social Security, offers forms online, and shows you historical exhibits, statistics, and more. Much of the information is also offered in Spanish. The most useful source is the Social Security Handbook. For further information, call (800) 772-1213.
Social Security - The Work Site
Our Mission is to promote the employment of Social Security beneficiaries with disabilities by ...
Congress.org is a nonpartisan news and information Web site devoted to encouraging civic participation. Our mission is to provide information about public policy issues of the day and tips on effective advocacy so that citizens can make their voices heard
Technical Assistance Collaborative
TAC is a non-profit organization providing state-of-the-art information, knowledge, and technical expertise to mental health, housing, addiction services, and human service organizations so that they may achieve positive outcomes on behalf of people who are disadvantaged and/or disabled.
A House for All Children
Planning a supportive home environment for children with disabilities.
HUD Homes and Communities
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Housing rights for people with disabilities.
ADA Technical Assistance Centers/Disability
Advises individuals, esp. employers, on civil rights legislation concerning employees with disabilities and on how to make accommodations to support their needs.
Ticket to Work
Ticket to Work Program Fact sheet
Easter Seals Project ACTION (Accessible Community Transportation In Our Nation) is a resource of Easter Seals: bringing transit, disability and consumer organizations together under one cause in cooperative agreement with the Federal Transit Administration and the U.S. Deparment of Transportation.
The Access Board
A federal agency committed to accessible design.
MedMarket.com is the premier medical industry Web site - bringing together physicians, alternative health care providers, suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and public policy professionals. Through our LeadPage program, representatives from all these areas find each other and conduct e-business.
Protection and Advocacy
The Nation's Disability Rights Network. Board of Directors of P&A programs are committed to achieving membership reflecting the diversity of the disability community.
Searchable Online Accommodation Resource
A system designed to let users explore various accommodation options for persons with disabilities in the work setting.
Parallels in Time: A History of
A comprehensive history of people with disabilities, and programs and services that support them, can be found at the following two Web sites.
A non profit organization dedicated to building a world of inclusion for people with health conditions and disabilities. ABILITY Build is our hallmark program which engages volunteers with health conditions and disabilities to build accessible low-income homes.
The largest stand-alone resume bank for people with disabilities. We help companies fulfill their affirmative action compliance requirements and are committed to expanding awareness about this job site to as many companies as possible.
ABILITY Magazine is the largest magazine in the U.S. covering disability issues.