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  • Helping America’s most vulnerable

    The face of homelessness is changing, see how Debora, Edward, Helen & Amy's struggles brought them to seek the services of Volunteers of America Oklahoma. Each month Volunteers of America Oklahoma reaches out to 2,000 Oklahomans to provide affordable senior housing, residential support to individuals with intellectual disabilities and assisting individuals at the risk of homelessness.

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  • Glen Campbell’s Goodbye Tour – A moving account of Alzheimer’s

    Volunteers of America Oklahoma is excited to be hosting a private screening of the award-winning documentary, Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me. This event will be held Friday, February 27th in Oklahoma City. Volunteers of America Oklahoma is partnering with LIFE Senior Services, Alzheimer's Association Oklahoma Chapter and LeadingAge Oklahoma.

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  • Derayl's Story

    They didn't see my record - they just saw Derayl

    Before finding his way to Volunteers of America Oklahoma Derayl had given up on himself. “I was mad, sad and didn’t want to keep living. I was on the path of nothing but trying to hurt myself.” Until he found Volunteers of America Oklahoma. “They didn’t see my record, they didn’t see my hurt, they didn’t see my disappointments, they just saw Derayl, a person that needed a chance – a change.”

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  • Rhinestone Cowboy

    It is with great pleasure that Volunteers of America Oklahoma announces the inaugural Muskogee Rhinestone Cowboy on April 7th, 2015. On May 1st, 2015 Williams Companies Print Services team will be receiving the Tulsa Rhinestone Cowboy Premier Volunteer Award.

  • March 1, 2015

    Jesse's Story

    With help Jesse took charge of her life.

    Jesse was in a world of addiction for nine years, as a result, Jesse found herself homeless and hopeless. She says “I suffered every day”. In 2007, Jesse was arrested and went into the Community Sentencing Program in Tulsa County. She was released from jail on a Pretrial Release bond through Tulsa County Court Services. She was only 34 years old.