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37.3. Additional Programs or Resources

AMBUCS Share4Life Komputers
Phone: (405) 360-1521
The ASK Project provides computers to people with disabilities. Donated ramps and other project items provided to adults and children with disabilities at no charge.

Easter Seals Oklahoma
Phone: (405) 239-2525
Easter Seals provides exceptional services, education, outreach, and advocacy so that people living with autism and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play in our communities.

Midwest Special Needs Trust
Phone: (888) 671-1069
Midwest Special Needs Trust (MSNT) provides trust services for persons with disabilities. Special needs trusts are a type of trust specifically designed for individuals with disabilities. If properly structured and administered, special needs trusts do not affect an individual's eligibility for benefits such as SSI or Medicaid. In addition, MSNT administers the Charitable Trust. Funds of the Charitable Trust are used to provide assistance to individuals with disabilities who meet eligibility and income criteria.

NeuroResources Outreach Services
Phone: (405) 605-1466
NeuroResources Outreach Services offers a free clinic to patients with neurological impairments. NeuroResources also offers an Equipment Share Program. They work with multiple community organizations and individuals to provide everything from lifts and wheelchairs to splints and urology supplies. NeuroResources has elicited grant support and donations to open a new Assistive Technology and Seating Clinic with computer and environmental control access, wheelchair seating evaluations and plans to further build the program.

Oklahoma Adaptive Sports Association
Phone: 405-553-1377
OKASA is committed to sponsoring and supporting recreational and competitive events including basketball, track and field, swimming, road racing, table tennis, weight-lifting, and water sports. In most sports, competitions are available at the local, regional, national, and international levels.

Oklahoma AgrAbility Project
Phone: (888) 885-5588
The Oklahoma AgrAbility Project links agricultural families with a variety of resources to include low-cost modifications to farm, home, equipment, and work site operations; and when appropriate, provides technical assistance in making such modifications.

Oklahoma Assistive Technology Center (OATC)
Phone: (800) 700-6282
The Oklahoma Assistive Technology Center (OATC) is dedicated to providing quality assistive technology services to Oklahoman's with disabilities and their families; to providing professional and community education and technical assistance; and to research.

Oklahoma Disability Law Center
Phone: (800) 880-7755
The Mission of the Oklahoma Disability Law Center, Inc. is to protect, promote and expand the rights of people with disabilities.

Oaklahoma Foundation for the Disabled
Phone: 405-842-6636
We begin each morning with specialized transportation service to and from a client’s home. Our experienced and caring drivers travel throughout central Oklahoma an estimated 14,000 miles each month and cover many communities and several counties. Each bus and van is designed to accommodate the special needs of our clients, particularly those with wheelchairs. Bus service begins at 7:00 a.m. and ends at 5:30 p.m. Based on a client’s needs, we can arrange on-site access to physical, occupational and speech therapists. To provide such a full range of activities and services we maintain a 1:4 staff-client ratio. We employ a social worker and an activities director, and benefit from advice from professional dietitian and nurse consultants. All staff are qualified and tested according to state regulations.

Reach Clinic
: 405-271-6452 (adult clinic) or 405-271-3800 x44069 (pediatric) Adult and pediatric neurogenic bladder clinics specialize in treating patients with spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, spina bifida, cerebrovascular accident (CVA)/stroke, and other conditions that result in neurogenic bladder. Committed to providing solutions for problems secondary to neurogenic bladder, including: retention, incontinence, urinary tract infections, hydronephrosis, stones (bladder, kidney, ureter), and bladder cancer.
Rebuilding Together Kiamichi Country
Phone: 918-465-1112
Rebuilding Together Kimaichi Country, Inc., a non profit corporation, is a locally controlled affiliate of Rebuilding Together, the nation's leading nonprofit organization providing critical home repairs, modifications and improvements for America's low-income homeowners.

Rebuilding Together OKC
Phone: (405) 607-0464
Rebuilding Together OKC, a 501(c) 3 organization, rebuilds lives and neighborhoods by making homes safe, warm, and dry for low-income senior citizens in the Oklahoma City metro area. Through our Safe, Warm, and Dry Program and our Community Rebuild Partners, we provide  home repairs at no cost to the homeowner that foster safer mobility and independence, changing the lives of our older adult neighbors every day.

Revitalize T-Town
Phone: 918.742.6241
Revitalize T-Town is a 501c(3) organization that provides free home repairs for low-income Tulsa homeowners. All repairs focus on safety, security and weatherproofing.

The purpose of Sooner SUCCESS is to promote a comprehensive, coordinated system of health, social and educational services for Oklahoma children and youth with special their Community.  Sooner SUCCESS addresses barriers by promoting community capacity and infrastructure spread in communities and at regional and state levels. 

The Sterling Thomas Push Push Pray Foundation 
Sterling Thomas Push Push Pray is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit foundation with the mission to inspire hope, empower and enrich the quality of life of individuals living with spinal cord injury. They help survivors with responding to and overcoming the many challenges of facing disability providing the knowledge and tools needed to move forward, thrive and adapt to a changed way of life. Their focus is on promoting: Hope, Dignity, Support, Navigation, Education, Quality of Life, Physical Activity, Mobility, Accessibility and Inclusion.
They provide grants that promote self-sufficiency, quality of life, recreation and exercise/physical activity.


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