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Housing success: A mountain bike, morning coffee and a place to call, ‘Home’

Housing Success: Edythe gets a home Editor’s note: Housing Solutions avoids identifying clients in most cases. The following story changed the client’s name and obscures her image in photos. Edythe’s new apartment seems basic. It’s got a bedroom and a living room that’s also a dining room. The dining room is also kind of part […]


Annual Point-in-Time Count shows increasing homelessness

Survey shows lack of affordable housing as the dominant cause of Tulsa County homelessness To explore a 2023 Point-in-Time Count data dashboard, go to housingsolutionstulsa.org/reports-data/pit-data Housing Solutions’ annual Point-in-Time (PiT) Count shows a 6.6% increase in homelessness from 2022 to 2023 across Tulsa County with 44% of 1,133 respondents claiming a lack of affordable housing […]


Housing Solutions prepares for annual Point-in-Time Count, Jan. 27-28

It’s PiT Count time in Tulsa County For media opportunities during the PiT Count, please email jwade@housingsolutionstulsa.org with a preferred morning or afternoon. Additional information will be provided the week before Jan. 27. Housing Solutions is preparing and recruiting volunteers for the annual Point-in-Time (PiT) Count, a literal count of sheltered and unsheltered people experiencing […]


Tulsa Day Center executive director to lead A Way Home for Tulsa

Mack Haltom, Tulsa Day Center executive director, to lead A Way Home for Tulsa When Mack Haltom first walked into the Tulsa Day Center 23 years ago, he had his eye on a night manager position that just opened. He interviewed with longtime and legendary Day Center executive director, Sandra Lewis, who didn’t tell him […]


Housing Solutions hires deputy director to support increased housing efforts

Housing Solutions hires deputy director to support increased housing efforts Housing Solutions recently added to its leadership team following a national search to support increased efforts to make homelessness rare, brief and non-recurring in Tulsa. Laura Evanoff, Housing Solutions deputy director, started Monday, bringing a range of experience from several of the nation’s top homelessness […]


City seeking letters of intent from nonprofits for additional $7 million in reimbursable grants

The City of Tulsa is asking for letters of intent from nonprofits due by 5 p.m., Oct. 4., for projects that address the pandemic recovery needs of Tulsans. The application window opens at 8 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 6. Information sessions will be available in-person and virtually, including questions and answer sessions, to interested 501(c)(3) nonprofits […]



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