Oklahoma Department
Of Human Services
2114 Denver Harnar Dr.
Miami, Ok.

OKDHS Oklahoma Excellence

Eligibility Information

Participants are referred to the Allied JOBS Program through the Department of Human Services.
DHS along with the Oklahoma Board of Regents for Higher Education work together to
provide training that will  open the doors of opportunity so that they may  break the cycle of poverty.
Temporary assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipents and Non-TANF recipents must
contact their caseworker to see if they qualify and obtain a  referrel to the program.

TANF participants are single parents that qualify for TANF benefits through DHS
        Program requirements:
  • Acceptance into the program based on formal assessments and participation 
  • Participate 35 hours per week 
  • Complete monthly time sheets for DHS 
  • Progress towards employablitlity goals 

Non-TANF participants must have dependant children living in the home and receive either
food stamps, sooner care, child care assistance, child support services, or child welfare services
         Program requirements:
  • Acceptance into the program based on formal assessments 
  • Participation is voluntary 

" It is a mistake to suppose that people succeed through success:
 they often succeed through failures"

Other Partner Agencies

Oklahoma Board
of Regents
655 Research Parkway
Suite 200
Oklahoma City, Ok.

Oklahoma State Regents for higher education

121 N. Main
Miami, Ok.
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