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Winter Weather Information

We will use this page to post and share information about upcoming winter weather and resources for people experiencing homelessness as it becomes available.

As the lead agency for A Way Home for Tulsa (CoC), Housing Solutions actively collaborates with local government and community partners to advocate and coordinate resources for the needs of those experiencing homelessness, especially when winter weather impacts our region.

We are committed to keeping you informed with the latest developments. During winter weather events, regular updates will be provided as new information becomes available. Stay tuned to this space for the most recent news and updates.

Updated 1/19/2024 @ 10:00 a.m.

Warming Centers

A Way Home for Tulsa agencies work with the City of Tulsa on a severe weather plan. When extreme cold weather hits, we work together to ensure that the safety and warmth of our homeless community is our top priority. To provide shelter from the severe cold, several non-profit and community organizations have established warming stations across the city. Will share additional locations on our Facebook page.

  • John 3:16 Mission | 506 N. Cheyenne | Open 24/7

  • Salvation Army | 102 N. Denver Ave. | Open 24/7

  • Tulsa Day Center | 415 W. Archer St. | Open 24/7

  • Denver Avenue Station | 319 S. Denver Ave | During Business Hours

Drop-In Centers

  • The Station | 311 S. Madison | 11:00am-4:00pm Monday-Friday | Youth Services 

If you would like us to include information on this page about your agency’s operations during the winter weather, please send that information to Erin Velez at evelez@housingsolutionstulsa.org

Coordinated Street Outreach

  • During extreme weather events, Outreach Teams from several agencies work together to ensure that people living unsheltered (on the streets) are informed about and protected from upcoming winter weather. They bring them gear and offer rides to warming stations and shelters. 

  • To submit an outreach request, please fill out our Outreach Request Form and we will find a team available to provide assistance.

  • If you see someone in immediate danger, please call 911. 

How can I help?

  • Donate Coats, Hats, and Gloves: Have extra winter wear? Your gently used or new donations can make a huge difference in someone’s life. We are posting donation needs on our Facebook page as we learn about them.

  • Monetary Contributions: Every dollar helps! Your donations allow teams to purchase life-saving items and provide essential services during extreme weather. 

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