HOPE for Washington County, Oklahoma

Infant Car Seats

Concern does not currently participate in assistance for infant car seats.  However, Birthright and Jane Phillips Hospital work together to provide infant car seats to families who qualify.  When you arrive at the hospital for delivery you can ask about getting an application.


Rent/Hotel

Concern may be able to cease your eviction by assisting with the LAST $60 of your rent.  We may also be able to assist you if you suddenly find yourself without a place to stay.

Bring with you:

  • Photo identification.
  • Proof of residency in Washington County (utility bill, lease agreement, etc.)
  • Eviction notice
  • Proof that your rent has been paid down to the last $60.  For instance, if your rent is $100 you will need to pay $40 or have another agency pledge $40 toward your rent before you come to Concern for assistance with the remaining $60.

Prescriptions

Concern contracts with Homeland Pharmacy, Boulevard Pharmacy and Precision RX to provide prescription assistance.  We can not financially assist you with pain medications or narcotics.

Bring with you:

  • Photo identification.
  • Proof of residency in Washington County (utility bill, lease agreement, etc.)
  • Prescription 

Seasonal Services

Concern takes applications for the following services.  More information about dates and times will be given closer to application days.

Pack the Backpacks  - July 2 - July 28, 2018

Thanksgiving Baskets - October 1 and 2 (or until full), 2018

Christmas Toy Room - October 29 and 30 (or until full), 2018



EMERGENCY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Concern can help a Washington County household with up to $60 of assistance within a calendar year for the following emergencies:

(Please note that Concern starts each day with a set amount of money; it is given out on a first come/first served basis. CONCERN does not promise money by phone; all assistance is given at an in-person visit to CONCERN's Intake Office.)

Utility Disconnect

Concern will help with the LAST $60 toward a utility that is in danger of being disconnected.

Bring with you:

  • Photo identification.
  • Proof of residency in Washington County (utility bill, lease agreement, etc.)
  • A cut off notice for the utility.
  • Proof that the bill has been paid down to the last $60.  For instance, if your bill is $100 you will need to pay $40 or have another agency pledge $40 toward your bill before you come to Concern for assistance with the remaining $60.

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EMERGENCY FOOD

Concern is equipped to distribute an emergency food supply to each Washington County family 4 times per year.  Enough food will be received for each family member to eat 3 meals a day for about 4 days.  You will need to wait at least 30 days between visits.  If in supply we can also help with diapers, wipes, personal items and birthday bags for children.

Bring with you:

  • Photo identification.
  • Proof of residency in Washington County (utility bill, lease agreement, etc.)
  • The birthdate and social security number of each person living in your home.  This would include your spouse/significant other, children, any grandparents or other persons you are responsible for feeding.

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