Media Coverage

Tulsa World writes on community service providers and how federal funding has helped us to address homelessness

Our dedication to working with both community partners and elected officials to assist those in need of housing and mental health services made the front page of the Tulsa World, this weekend. Kevin Canfield dives into Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum’s Homelessness Task Force, examining the needs of those experiencing homelessness along with strategies to address …

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Hardesty Family Foundation supports MHAOK’s Criminal Justice Reform program with $728,000 grant

TULSA – The Hardesty Family Foundation has awarded a $728,000 grant to Mental Health Association Oklahoma (MHAOK) in support of its comprehensive Criminal Justice Reform program.  Criminal Justice Reform program initiatives include the Special Services Docket which connects case managers with individuals facing misdemeanor charges that are often related to homelessness and Street Outreach and …

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Oklahoma Watch highlights Street Outreach, Mobile Medical, and A Better Way efforts

Last month, we spent a lot of time working with two of the Oklahoma Watch journalists as they covered our boots-on-the-ground efforts to assist fellow Oklahomans who are struggling. Arie Fife was the lead reporter on this story, and she did an excellent job highlighting the work our Street Outreach, Street Medicine, and A Better …

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