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Adoptions Services

November is observed as National Adoptions Month. For over two decades, National Adoption Month has been celebrated across the country. Many national; State;  local agencies; and foster, kinship care, and adoptive family groups will arrange programs, events, and activities during the month of November to raise awareness for children and youth in foster care who are waiting for permanent families.

There are a number of local services in the State of Oklahoma to assist with the adoption process.  Fairview Baptist Church is a supportive church of One Church One Child of Oklahoma, a nationally recognized non-profit special recruitment program designed to find foster and adoptive homes for children. It provides an organized method of reaching out to the community through churches and other organizations to explain the needs of children in the child welfare system who have been abused and neglected.   *One Church One Child of Oklahoma is listed with the Central Oklahoma Combined Federal Campaign through United Way.  Please consider providing support by sharing your tax-deductible donation. CFC #71572.

The Oklahoma Department of Human Services provides a wealth of assistance and guidance in fostering and adoptive services. 

Consider giving your heart and your home to a child in need.  Become a foster / adoptive parent.

Free Neighborhood Website

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Neighborhood Link has provided FREE websites to HOAs, neighborhood associations and community organizations across the country since 1998.

Since day 1, it has been completely free to create and maintain a website on Neighborhood Link. You can also opt to buy a premium account for a small yearly fee, but our free service is loaded with features and will always remain so!

It's easy to setup your website. Simply enter your neighborhood name and zip code. Activate your free website instantly!

Job Search

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Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

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  • The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services is the state agency charged with delivery of services for individuals experiencing problems related to mental illness, substance abuse, or domestic violence and/or sexual assault.
  • The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services programs are provided by state-operated facilities and by contract with private, nonprofit community-based organizations.
  • Each year, the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services provides services to nearly 100,000 clients.

Numerous collaborative initiatives are underway between The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services and other state agencies to improve the delivery of service to those most in need.

Oklahoma City County Health Department

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Public health departments play an extremely important role in improving and protecting the health of individuals and communities. Achieving accreditation helps ensure that can deliver essential public health services to the public, such as preventing disease, ensuring access to safe food and water, immunizations, and preparing for and responding to health emergencies.

Oklahoma Department of Human Services

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The Department of Human services is the largest state agency in Oklahoma. OKDHS provides a wide range of assistance programs to help Oklahomans in need including: food benefits (SNAP); temporary cash assistance (TANF); services for persons with developmental disabilities and persons who are aging; adult protective services; child welfare programs; child support services; and child care assistance, licensing and monitoring.  OKDHS also handles applications and eligibility for Sooner Care, the state’s Medicaid program offering health care to families with low incomes.

One Church One Child of Oklahoma

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The mission of One Church, One Child of Oklahoma is to inform the community of the need for foster/adoptive homes and indentify families interested in adopting or fostering children, specifically African-American children.
For more information on the program and/or services provided, click here.


Urban League of Greater OKC, Inc

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The Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City is an affiliate of the National Urban League and a United Way agency partner, serving over 15,000 clients annually.


OUR VISION To become the principal advocate for systems which provide opportunities for academic and social achievement. To also become the means to attain economic self-sufficiency and help shape a social and economic climate which values diversity and racial inclusion.


OUR MISSION To assist African Americans, other minorities and the poor achieve social and economic equality. We work to accomplish this mission through advocacy, bridge-building, research and program services in five major areas: children and families; employment and training; affordable housing; minority entrepreneurship; and urban health.

Utility Assistance - Weatherization Program

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