Housing Support

Housing Solutions That Fit Your Needs

We’ll help you achieve housing. If you have a disability and/or are impacted by mental illness, homelessness or co-occurring disorders. We offer you a safe, decent and affordable place to live, just like we do for individuals, families, veterans and transition age youth ages 18-25. To find out if you or someone you know qualifies for housing, send us an email at info@mhaok.org or give us a call at (405) 943-3700 or (918) 585-1213

Housing Options

Affordable Market-Rate Housing

MHAOK offers housing at affordable market rates for low to moderate income working households. We also accept housing subsidies to ensure affordability so you and your family can plan for the future. With truly affordable housing, MHAOK is working to stabilize neighborhoods and prevent additional homelessness.

Permanent Supportive Housing

Altamont and Yale are our apartments that allow those who are affected by mental illness and homelessness to live independently in the community where we provide on-site supportive services. Our staff members work one-on-one with our tenants to support their goals, ensuring they remain in housing, get connected with vital services in the community and learn the skills to increase self-sufficiency and improve their quality of life. 

ION: Intensive Outreach and Navigation

The Intensive Outreach and Navigation (ION) team provides outreach and services to individuals with serious mental illness. The program serves individuals who are frequently and repeatedly admitted to local area mental health crisis centers such as the Oklahoma County Crisis Intervention Center, Griffin Memorial Hospital and the Oklahoma Crisis Recovery Unit. 

This program includes access to housing at apartment complexes throughout Oklahoma City, along with intensive wrap-around case management services to aid individuals as they move toward obtaining self-sustainability.

Transitional Living for Youth

Walker Hall transitional housing is for young adults, ages 18 to 24, who have overcome homelessness, have a serious mental illness and, in some cases, are in transition from state custody or foster care. We provide a structured setting where participants follow a daily schedule and work collaboratively to learn daily living skills, strengthen interpersonal relationships and encourage productivity in the community. Our staff works one-on-one with participants to establish an individualized Housing & Care Plan, set goals based on needs and interests and identify the steps to achieve those goals.

The Housing to Hope Youth Program

The Housing to Hope Youth Program (HHYP) offers transitional living to youth ages 18-24 who are experiencing or are at risk of homelessness. The program provides housing at apartment complexes throughout Oklahoma City in a roommate setting, as well as extensive case management and life skills training that enables youth to successfully graduate into independent living.  

Housing First Model

Housing First is a homeless assistance program that prioritizes providing permanent housing to people experiencing homelessness. It serves as a platform that enables participants to improve their quality of life and pursue personal goals.

Get in Touch

We are here to help you navigate community resources and mental health services. We can provide you with information and resources related to mental health and homelessness, including how to access services, support programs and more.