Permanent Supportive Housing
As part of the Tulsa Continuum of Care network, Volunteers of America Oklahoma Permanent Supportive Housing provides housing and intensive case management to single, homeless individuals with physical or mental disabilities in Tulsa. Offering more than a roof over their heads, the program emphasizes case management tailored to meet needs resulting from the disability and to connect with available community resources.
Permanent Supportive Housing is defined by HUD as Long Term Housing Assistance where supportive services are provided to assist homeless persons with a disability to live independently. Volunteers of America Oklahoma's program provides transportation, daily case management, food assistance through our food pantry, and other vital supports such as daily life skills. Housing is provided in scattered site leasing. To help improve the lives of previously homeless and disabled individuals, we coordinate with other social service agencies to work towards participants becoming productive members of the community.
In addition, participants are referred to health care, mental health care, transportation, employment, legal services, food and clothing assistance, and substance abuse treatment and prevention. Case managers work hand in hand with participants to choose and work towards achievable goals for clients to become self-sufficient. Program graduates enter the workforce, attend college and reconnect with their families after years of estrangement.
will provide an individual in Volunteers of America Oklahoma’s Homeless Services food for one whole week.
will provide basic needs for one client. Necessities such as: clothing, personal hygiene, towels, and cleaning supplies.
would provide housing for a client for one month.
provides housing for a Volunteers of America Oklahoma client for two months.
will provide housing for a Volunteers of America Oklahoma client for six months.
will provide housing for a client of Volunteers of America Oklahoma for a whole year.