Volunteers of America of Oklahoma is one of the state's largest nonprofit residential care provider for adults and children who are intellectually disabled. Our service recipients live in their own homes and our professional staff provide care based on individual need. Volunteers of America of Oklahoma has been providing residential services for individuals with intellectual disabilities since 1990.
Our residential services allow our service recipients to reach their full potential through increased independence, productivity and integration within the community. We serve individuals all over the state in supportive living, independent living, in-home and adult companion services. Many of our services recipients and staff have been with us years...they are members of the Volunteers of America of Oklahoma family.
Volunteers of America of Oklahoma is the state's leader in specialized residential care for individuals with Prader-Willi Syndrome in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. This genetic disorder manifests itself in compulsive eating, life-threatening obesity, and mental retardation. It is estimated that one in 12,000 to 15,000 people has Prader-Willi Syndrome.
Although considered a “rare” disorder, it is one of the most common conditions seen in genetics clinics and is the most common genetic cause of obesity that has been identified. Please review our Prader-Willi Syndrome frequently asked questions section for more information.
Funding for these programs is provided from the Oklahoma Department of Human Services DDSD Division. Private pay is also accepted.