Veteran services

UPDATED: Veterans Services Guide – Oklahoma | TULtalk






Members of Veterans Walk and Talk Oklahoma pick up trash during a community service event. The non-profit veterans organization meets every Sunday.



Updated: July 27, 2020

Whether it’s taking walks, making glass art, or getting a new pet, there are plenty of local resources available to veterans. Below is a list of services and organizations operating in Tulsa and some state/national groups and clinics. At the end of the list are a series of useful links for more information.

This list is fluid, so if you notice an organization that is not included, please email the information to [email protected]

Tulsa Metro Organizations

Adam

Bartlesville

cord

Comanche

Davis

Edmund

El Reno

  • Veterans Up
  • Redlands Community College
  • The program currently serves veterans in 14 counties: Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Comanche, Garfield, Grady, Kay, Kiowa, Lincoln, Logan, Noble, Oklahoma, Pawnee and Stephens. We help military veterans get into vocational school or college and also provide tutoring if needed.
  • 405-262-2552
  • [email protected]

Fort Gibson

Idabel

McAlester

  • McAlester VA Clinic
  • 2 E. Clark Bass Blvd.
  • The doctor’s building
  • McAlester, OK 74501-4282
  • Phone: 888-878-1598

miami

Midwestern city

Muskogee

Newcastle

noble

Norman

Northeast Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

Post

Textoma

Vinita

Western Oklahoma

National:

National programs:

VA.gov

Crisis Line for Veterans

Caregiver Support Program

homeless veterans

LGBT VA Awareness

Management of transitions and care (OEF/OIF/OND)

Health care for female veterans

VA Mental Health

Domestic violence

Direct lines:

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.799.SAFE (7233).

Distress Line for Veterans: 1-800-273-8255 (press 1)