Yukon Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Yukon, Oklahoma Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Yukon, OK and surrounding cities.

We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.

Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.

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Active Listings In Yukon Oklahoma

Sisu Youth Services

oklahoma city, OK 73112
11.31 miles from city center Yukon
Please call for hours and to reserve a bed.

Mission: To ensure that youth experiencing homelessness have a safe place to sleep, the security to dream, and the support to make a positive impact on the world.

Vision: To eradicate homelessness and hopelessness among transiti
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Grace Rescue Mission

Oklahoma City, OK 73108
11.53 miles from city center Yukon
(405) 232-5756
Grace Rescue Mission is an emergency shelter for up to 110 men a night. We serve 400-600 meals daily.

SAFE Addictions Recovery Program (1 yr. in residence program).

6 month Back To Work Program (mandatory 50% income savings to enable the participant to pay required dep
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Jesus House

Oklahoma City, OK 73106
12.21 miles from city center Yukon
The Jesus House recovery program is specifically tailored to meet the needs of men and women who are experiencing homelessness, mental illness and addiction.  We also offer cold weather shelter on a night-to-night basis for up to 15 additional male guests during the winter and at times of
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Emergency Shelter for Seniors and the Medically Fragile

Oklahoma City, OK 73103
12.73 miles from city center Yukon
(405) 528-7721
Sunshine Family Services:
Requests for admission to the shelter are screened and approved by our staff 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you are aware of an older adult whose safety and well-being are at risk, please call the Shelter.

The Sunbeam Emergency Shelter helps Senior Ci
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City Rescue Mission

Oklahoma City, OK 73106
12.82 miles from city center Yukon
Emergency shelter for men, women and children. The shelter provides clean clothing, showers, food and personal care items.

Need Shelter
If you are 18+ years of age, Emergency help in the form of food and shelter are available everyday. Men can go to our 914 W. California entrance and
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Salvation Army Oklahoma City Shelter

Oklahoma City, OK 73109
13.29 miles from city center Yukon

Shelter For Men and Women
The Red Shield Kitchen serves an evening meal at 5 p.m. for anyone who is hungry.
In an emergency situation, our Emergency Shelter is open 24 hours.

Salvation Army Men's Lodge

The Salvation Army Men's Lodge is open to any
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YWCA Inez Kinney Gaylord Passageway Emergency Shelter

Oklahoma City, OK
13.31 miles from city center Yukon
Inez Kinney Gaylord Emergency Shelter
The YWCA provides the only shelter for battered women and children in Oklahoma County. Ours is an emergency shelter, providing help in obtaining legal services, transportation, housing information, medical care, child care and advocacy services for up to tw
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Hope Center Emergency Assistance

Edmond, OK 73034
18.41 miles from city center Yukon
(405) 348-1340
Hope Center is not a homeless shelter. Hope Center provides assistance to members of the Edmond Community with Emergencies.

Provides help with issues such as: divorce, unemployment, illness, homelessness, and child abuse. HOPE Center has been providing assistance to members of the Edm
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21.21 miles from city center Yukon
Emerging Angels, a non-profit, faith based organization which operates a group home supporting women, women with children, abandoned seniors, disabled and/or abused women finding themselves homeless as a consequence of trauma, abuse or tragedy of many types. We house program participants in the Okla
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Women's Resource Center

Norman, OK 73070
25.83 miles from city center Yukon
WRC Business line: 405-364-9424
WRC Fax line: 405-364-4888
Family Violence Shelter: 405-701-5497
Domestic Violence Crisis Line: 405-701-5540
Rape Crisis Center: 405-701-5550
Sexual Violence Crisis Line: 405-701-5660

Services: The WRC Shelter is f
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Food and Shelter Inc

Norman, OK 73069
26.04 miles from city center Yukon
(405) 360-4954
Food and Shelter operates a 13 unit shelter program for long-term supportive living. These units are specifically for families with minor children. Families who qualify can stay up to 2 years with the assistance and support of a case manager who will develop an individualized plan for services.   See more details

Transition House

Norman, OK 73069
26.29 miles from city center Yukon
Transitional living program for homeless with mental illness
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