Additional Resources

Kendall Whittier Incorporated is a home-grown organization incorporating self-sufficiency
for our neighbors through food security, nutritional health, and well-being.

Additional Resources


Emergency Numbers – Free Services

General Help, Dial 2-1-1 24-hour information and crisis line. Helpline is a free and confidential service that will refer you to community specialists who can help you. You will speak with a trained specialist with access to multi-lingual translations.


Child Abuse, 800.522.3511 24 hour information and crisis line


Domestic Violence, Rape 918.743.5763 24 hour information and crisis line. Domestic Violence Intervention Services/Call Rape.


Psychiatric Emergency 918.744.4800 24-hour information and crisis line. Community Outreach Psychiatric Emergency Services responds around the clock to children and adults experiencing a severe emotional or behavioral disturbance or psychiatric emergency

Rebuilding Together Tulsa –

Rebuilding Together Tulsa is an affiliate of the nation’s largest volunteer organization preserving and revitalizing low-income homes and communities. In Tulsa, that means that our low-income neighbors who are aging or living with a disability have help to refurbish and restore their homes to warmth and security.


Catholic Charities Tulsa –

Whether you need emergency assistance or support to deal with long term challenges, the Tulsa Catholic Charity organization may be able to help you. They provide services to the low income, seniors, and others who are struggling.


Community Health Connection –

Community Health Connection will provide quality and accessible health care across all life cycles regardless of ability to pay.


Community Service Council –

The Community Service Council provides leadership for mobilizing efforts that improve the lives of thousands of Oklahomans each day. There are many programs, partnerships and initiatives under the Community Service Council umbrella.


Emergency Infant Services –

Emergency Infant Services is a non-denominational, non-profit organization which assists over 1416 infants and toddlers each month. Funded through the generosity of the community, staff and volunteers work together to make sure that infants and toddlers have the essentials they need. We have no waiting periods or income qualifiers, operating on the theory that a hungry child cannot wait.


Planned Parenthood –

For nearly 100 years, Planned Parenthood has promoted a commonsense approach to women’s health and well-being, based on respect for each individual’s right to make informed, independent decisions about health, sex, and family planning.