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Winter Weather Resources

Winter Weather Resources

Now that we’ve entered the new year, temperatures are frequently below freezing, and Tulsa’s community is prepared to offer shelter to our unhoused neighbors.

  • Latest forecasts from the National Weather Service can be found here.

  • Guidance on symptoms of hypothermia and frost bite can be found here.

  • Call 911 for emergency medical care.

If you know of an individual needing assistance with shelter or supplies, please let us know by using our Outreach Request Form so that we may connect them with a member of the Outreach team. If you’re in need of additional resources, reach out to 211 by phone call, text, or live chat via their website.

Emergency Shelter

Tulsa County Emergency Shelter

2401 Charles Page Blvd

918-596-5591
Salvation Army Center of Hope

102 N Denver Ave.

918-582-7201
Tulsa Day Center

415 W. Archer St.

918-583-5588
Salvation Army Center of Hope

102 N Denver Ave.

918-582-7201
Tulsa County Emergency Shelter

2401 Charles Page Blvd

918-596-5591
John 3:16 Emergency Shelter

506 N Cheyenne Ave.

918-587-1187
DVIS Emergency Shelter

918-743-5763
Youth Services of Tulsa

Call: 918-582-0061

Text: “Safe” & location to 44357 Say: “I need a safe place” at a participating site.

Drop-in Centers

Drop-In centers generally provide services such as warmth, showers, meals, clothes, laundry access, computer access, etc. Call or visit the websites of a location to ensure they provide the service you need.

Youth Services of Tulsa

311 S Madison Ave. 918-582-0061

Available to homeless youth ages 16-24

11 AM – 4 PM, Monday – Friday
Click Here

The Merchant

605 S. Peoria Ave. 918-260-6605

Open to adults

9 AM – 11 AM, Tuesday - Friday
Click Here

Denver House

252 W 17th Pl. 918-382-2435

Open to adults

11 AM – 7:30 PM, Tuesday – Saturday
Click Here

Tulsa Day Center

415 W. Archer St. 918-583-5588

Open to adults

8:30 AM – 12 PM, Monday - Friday
Click Here

Provider Needs

Homeless service providers work with people experiencing homelessness to help equip them to survive the elements. Many times, people can be connected to emergency shelter, but if that is not an option, teams can help provide coats, hats, gloves and other supplies that can help keep people warm until available shelter can be identified. You can support this effort and keep our neighbors warm this winter.