Living Longer Living Stronger
This FREE workshop series is developed and licensed by the
Stanford University Chronic Disease Self-Management Program.
Oklahom Department of Human Services
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS) offers programs, services and resources to Oklahoma's most needy and vulnerable residents.
At many senior–friendly locations in Creek, Osage, and Tulsa counties, delicious, nutritionally balanced lunches are served daily.Home-bound seniors may be eligible for home delivered meals.
Tulsa Creek Senior Nutrition Project
Osage County Senior Nutrition
Home-bound seniors are eligible for home delivered meals.
Limited legal assistance for civil matters is available through the Older Americans Law Project.
Legal Aid Services of OK
Assisting seniors to remain independent in their own homes is part of the mission of IAAA. Light housekeeping, laundry, meal prep, and shopping is available as part of the homemaker services.
Through the National Family Caregiver Support program, assistance in the form of training, counseling, or respite is available to caregivers.
Access to Assistance, Counseling, and Training:
Transportation assistance program for seniors that enable trips to the nutrition site, bank, doctors office or grocery store.
Cimarron Public Transit System
Osage County Nutrition- TRIP
Tulsa County- Outside City of Tulsa
Tulsa and Creek Counties Senior Nutrition Program- Transportation
Grand Gateway Area Agency on Aging
Serving senior residents in Rogers County
1.800.482.4594 ext 223
Eastern Oklahoma Development District Area Agency on Aging
Serving senior residents in Wagoner County
LIFE Senior Services, Inc.
For more than 25 years, LIFE Senior Services has met the needs of area seniors with programs that help solve problems threatening independence, quality of life and dignity. Each year, 30,000 older adults and their families turn to LIFE Senior Services, the premier provider of information, education and services. For thousands, the first place to call is SeniorLine, (918) 664-9000, which connects seniors and their families to hundreds of services from dozens of agencies with just one call.
AARP is the nation's leading organization for people age 50 and older. It serves their needs and interests through information and education, advocacy, and community services which are provided by a network of local chapters and experienced volunteers throughout the country. The organization also offers members a wide range of special benefits and services, including Modern Maturity magazine and the monthly Bulletin.