Special Needs Services (Adult/Children)
ABLE COUNCIL FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, INC. (18+)405-329-3960
300 N. Crawford Ave., Norman, OK 73069 (Shelter Workshop) Call for hours. http://okable.org/
Assist adults and children with developmental disabilities.
ALLIED COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.405-769-3688
P.O. Box 430, Nicoma Park, OK 73066 Call for hours.
Provides HTS Services. Serves DDSD customers.
AMONG FRIENDS - AN ACTIVITY
Facility - 1185 E. Main St., Norman, OK 73071
CENTER FOR ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES
Call for hours.
- For the Cleveland County area
- Social and recreational activities - bowling, art classes, prom, dances
- Adults with special needs and disabilities - $3 for lunch
ATKINS OPPORTUNITIES GARDEN405-424-3142
1917 N.E. 20th St., OKC, OK 73111
Housing for elderly, handicap, and disabled persons. Must be elderly or have a documented disability.
BIOS CORPORATION (OKC OFFICE)405-525-0900
2442 N. Walnut, OKC, OK 73105
Open 24-hours a day, 7 days a week www.bioscorp.com
Residential services. Home health services, HTS services. Serves DDSD customers.
CANADIAN COUNTY CARING FOR KIDS
- SYSTEMS OF CARE
7777 E. Highway 66, El Reno, OK 73036 (statewide Systems of Care offices) Call for hours. www.red-rock.com
- Provides wrap-around services, parent support group, youth groups and resource information for families of youth with behavioral dysfunction or who are severely emotionally disturbed
- Residential treatment center for children diagnosed with autism or developmentally delayed. Fifty-seven beds provided for IQ 50 and below. No referral required
- Have statewide Systems of Care offices
CHILD STUDY CENTER
1100 N.E. 13th Oklahoma City, OK 73117 Call for hours. http://www.oumedicine.com/pediatrics/department-sections/developmental-behavioral-pediatrics/child-study-center
Behavior management training for parents, early intervention for infants at risk, diagnosis, evaluation and treatments in many specialty areas, physical, occupational therapy, speech therapy, psychological evaluation and treatment. Support with conditions, including: autism, Asperger’s syndrome, attention deficit disorder, neuro-developmental disorders. Medicaid/SoonerCare - Primary Care physician must make a referral or if DHS custody children, the worker can make the referral. No sliding scales or payment plans.
CLEANING FOR A REASON1-877-337-3348 P.O. Box 146 Lewisville, TX 75067
A service for women 18 or older undergoing cancer treatment which provides free housecleaning services - one time per month for four months. Will need doctor to fax a note confirming treatment. See website for details.
DALE ROGERS TRAINING CENTER405-946-4489
2501 N. Utah, OKC, OK 73107 www.drtc.org
Group homes and sheltered workshops. Serves DDSD customers.
DOWN SYNDROME ASSOCIATION OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA405-600-9981
600 N.W. 23rd, OKC, OK 73103 https://www.dsaco.org/
Provides education, resources and support for families of children with Down syndrome. Volunteer education.
9210 S. Western, Ste. A22, OKC, OK 73139
Foster care for children with developmental disabilities. Residential services for adults with developmental disabilities. Serves DDSD customers.
EASTER SEALS OF OKLAHOMA
701 N.E. 13th Oklahoma City, OK 73104 Mon – Fri, 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. - Adult Day Care Mon– Fri, 7 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. - Child Development Center https://www.easterseals.com/
- Medical rehabilitative services, speech therapy, behavioral therapy, occupational therapy, autism services, early intervention services
- Adult day care and child care (ages (2 to 5 years)
- Fee: Medicaid/SoonerCare, Medicare, OKDHS day care assistance (all therapies)
10 E. 9th St., Edmond, OK 73034 Call for hours. https://earcinc.org/
Resource information for the disabled. Social services, medicine, group homes, residential services, ICF-ID and sheltered workshops, vocational training. Serves DDSD customers. Adults over 18 years of age.
4232 N. Santa Fe Ave., OKC, OK 73118 http://fretzpark.org/
Waivered group homes, transportation, daily living supports, agency companion, residential, respite and homemaker services, HTS. Serves DDSD customers only.
316 S. Blackwelder, OKC, OK 73102
Call for hours. www.okgoodwill.org
- Clothing stores (several locations)
- Career development and job training program is designed to serve individuals with disabilities
- Works with the Developmental Disabilities Services Division, the Department of Rehabilitation Services, other community providers
- Application with proof of disability
J.D. McCARTY CENTER405-307-2800
2002 E. Robinson, Norman, OK, 73071
Mon- Fri, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (In-house 24/7) https://www.jdmc.org/
Provides services for children with developmental disabilities, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language therapy, psychological services, nutritional counseling, medical services, comprehensive evaluations, respite care, and independent living training.
LIFE SPRING HOME CARE
424 E. 2nd Str. Edmond, OK 73034 NORMAN 405-329-4545 2411 Springer Dr., Norman, OK 73069 SHAWNEE 405-273-2733 2102-B N. Kickapoo, Shawnee, OK 74804 Group homes, residential services, sheltered workshops and home health services. (just a home care agency)
MEADOW BROOK ACRES
CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
13016 S. Penn, OKC, OK 73170
Group homes, residential services. Serves DDSD customers.
1000 S. Kelly Ave., Edmond, OK 73003
Sheltered workshops. Serves DDSD customers.
MID-DEL GROUP HOME405-732-8568
P.O. Box 30033, Midwest City, OK 73140 www.mdgh.org
Group homes, residential services, and sheltered workshops. Serves DDSD customers.
NATIONAL CENTER FOR
DISABILITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING
3200 Marshall Ave., Ste. 201, Norman, OK 73072-8023 www.ncdet.ou.edu
Job Coach Training, Oklahoma Work Incentives, an assistance project that serves Social Security beneficiaries with vital support statewide. Referral by OKDHS-DDSD.
2617 General Pershing Blvd., OKC, OK 73107
Must go to screening first and then the center will set up an appointment.
Call for appointment. www.northcare.com
- Same day, walk-in appointments
- 24-hour crisis intervention
- Individual, family and group therapy
- Parent management training for parents with children 2 and up; includes behavior modification, how to communicate, highly psycho-educational - not suitable for those with high levels of anger and stress
- Home-based counseling for youth and families
- Therapeutic foster care
- Medication clinic
- Substance abuse therapy
- Peer support groups
- Trauma recovery groups
- Case management
- Wellness classes
- Sliding scale, private pay, some insurance accepted
OFFICE OF DISABILITY CONCERNS
1111 N. Lee, Ste. 500, OKC, OK 73103
Refers to services state, local, or federal government acts as a clearinghouse for information and advocacy. Persons with disabilities.
OKLAHOMA DENTAL ASSOCIATION - DENTIST LISTING FOR PATIENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Lists potential dental providers for children with special health care needs and children age 0-3.
OKLAHOMA FAMILY NETWORK405-271-5072 / 1-800-871-5072
800 N.E. 15th St., Ste. 316, OKC, OK 73104 www.oklahomafamilynetwork.org
“Putting the Pieces Together for Oklahoma Families” The Oklahoma Family Network (OFN) is Oklahoma's parent to parent resource for those who are raising children with special health or disability needs. The OFN offers a mentoring program to aid such parents through parent-to-parent mentorship. Learn about resources and share experiences with other parents of children with these special needs.
OKLAHOMA SYSTEMS OF CARE (Admin Ofc)Oklahoma Department of Mental Health
405-522-3908 2000 N. Classen Blvd., Ste. 2600, OKC, OK 73106 www.ok.gov/odmhsas
Contact the administrative office for referral to Systems of Care locations for your county.
- In a System of Care program; mental health, education, child welfare, juvenile justice, and other agencies work together to ensure that children with mental, emotional, and behavioral problems and their families, have access to the services and supports they need to succeed
- These services and supports may include diagnostic and evaluation services, outpatient treatment, emergency services (24 hours a day, 7 days a week), case management, intensive home-based services, day treatment, respite care, therapeutic foster care, and services that will help young people make the transition to adult systems of care
- Systems of Care programs are developed on the premise that the mental health needs of children, adolescents, and their families can be met within their home, school, and community environments. These systems are also developed around the principles of being child-centered, family-driven, strength-based, and culturally competent and involving interagency collaboration
- The child, adolescent, and family branch embrace and promote these core principles of systems of care
- The goal of Systems of Care is to build innovative community treatment programs for children with serious emotional disturbances and their families
PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENCE, INC.405-321-3203
121 N. Porter Ave., Norman, OK 73071
Mon - Fri, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. www.progind.org
A center for independent living which assists people with disabilities in finding or accessing, needed resources (housing, SS benefits, etc). Also have a medical equipment loan closet.
RELIANT LIVING CENTERS
OF OKLAHOMA, INC.
3317 S.E. 18th, Del City, OK 73115 https://reliantlivingcentersofok.com/
Residential services, and sheltered workshops, supported employment, accepts state-funded clients. Serves DDSD customers 18 years and older.
7508 Melrose Ln., OKC, OK 73127
Group homes, residential services, and sheltered workshops; in-home care. Serves DDSD customers.
SEQUOYAH ENTERPRISES, INC.405-604-6826
4600 N. Walker., Ste. 240, OKC, OK 73102
Group homes, residential services, and sheltered workshops; assistance for abused and neglected children. Serves DDSD customers.
SOONER SUCCESS405-271-5700 ext. 12315/1-877-441-0434 OU Health Science Center 940 N.E. 13th St., Ste. 4900, OKC, OK 73104 http://soonersuccess.ouhsc.edu/
- Provides free statewide information, referrals, and one-on-one assistance in locating available service in Oklahoma for Oklahomans with disabilities and special health concern needs
- Resources include state and local agencies, organizations, private providers, and other social service and health care programs
- Assistance with respite care (temporary relief for families or caregivers of a disabled child or children)
(Canadian County Coordinator)405-373-3707 http://soonersuccess.ouhsc.edu/
Assists families whose children have a variety of needs including autism, physical disability, special education, etc., to find appropriate resources. Information and referral for Canadian County.
SOONER START405-271-9477 3017 N. Stiles, Ste. 200, OKC, OK 73105 www.ok.gov
Children birth - 36 months of age with developmental delays or who have a physical or mental condition which will most likely cause a delay.
- Diagnostic and evaluation services
- Family training, counseling, and home visits
- Nursing services
- Nutrition services
- Occupational, physical, psychological, and speech-language therapy
- Special instruction
- Vision services
- No charge
6835 S. Canton Ave., Tulsa, OK 74136
An international organization dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disability to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports training and competition. Persons who have developmental delays, intellectual disability.
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA405-418-8522
7510 Broadway Extension, Ste. 205, OKC, OK 73116 Call for hours.
Group homes, residential services, and sheltered workshops. Serves DDSD customers.
WE CARE, LLC405-525-2328
5400 N.W. 23rd St., OKC, OK 73127
Daily living support homes and residential services. Serves DDSD customers.
WORK ACTIVITY CENTER, INC.405-799-6911
203 E. Main, Moore, OK 73160
Mon - Fri, 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. http://wacok.com/
Non-profit sheltered workshop for adults. Participants earn a paycheck by working on projects contracted through the workshop. Day program only. Serves DDSD clients. Accepts applications from any intellectually disabled persons.