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Assistance Programs

The Miami Ministerial Alliance provides utility assistance to applicants providing identification, proof of income, and proof of residence. To contact the Ministerial Alliance, please call Mark Rickman at 918-542-4404. The Miami Ministerial Alliance is located at 114 D Street NE in Miami.

The CAP-Community Action Program provides rent, utility, and weatherization assistance. The program is managed from the Ottawa County Department of Human Services office located at 2114 Denver Harner Drive in Miami. To make an appointment, please call 918-253-4683, extension 110.

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) provides cash assistance to families on a time-limited basis. The purpose of this federal program is to provide temporary support in meeting basic needs, training leading to employment, employment services, and child care assistance for qualified families with children. To apply, visit the local DHS office at 2114 Denver Harner Drive in Miami.

Subsidized child care benefits ensure high quality care for children while their parents or guardians are at work, in training, or receiving an education. Subsidized child care benefits may also be provided as part of a protective service plan to prevent abuse, neglect, or exploitation. The subsidy is paid directly to the child care provider on the family’s behalf. The family may have a co-payment for the child care based on their income, the number of family members, and the number of family members needing services. To apply, visit the local DHS office at 2114 Denver Harner Drive in Miami.

The Salvation Army provides utility assistance one time per year. To contact the Salvation Army, please call 918-542-3467. The Salvation Army is located at 217 Steve Owens Boulevard in Miami.

The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is available during the months of July and December to assist with your cooling and heating bills. To apply, visit the local DHS office at 2114 Denver Harner Drive in Miami.

For a listing of benefits available to Oklahoma residents, click here: https://www.benefits.gov/benefits/browse-by-state/state/177.

For a listing of financial assistance programs for single mothers in Oklahoma, click here: https://singlemotherguide.com/financial-help-for-single-mothers-in-oklahoma/.

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