The Salvation Army of Cleveland County
1124 N Porter
Norman, OK 73071
Monday through Thursday, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Friday, 9:00 am to Noon, available by phone from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Services we provide to our Cleveland County residents: Food Pantry, Clothing Assistance, Utility Assistance, Rent / Mortgage Assistance, ID & Birth Certificate Assistance, Anti-Poverty Initiative, Community Meal, and Emergency Shelter,
Open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m., we provide food once every 30 days. In order to receive assistance you must bring an ID, proof of residency, and complete an initial intake form.
Provided for individuals experiencing homelessness one time a year. Individuals will need to have an ID, proof of income and complete an intake form.
Emergency financial assistance is provided to pay a utility bill when funds are available. Please call the office during business hours to check on availability of funds. You will be screened for eligibility, if eligible an appointment will be given. You will be asked to bring an ID, proof of income for every adult in the household, receipts of expenses paid in the last 30 days and the current utility bill which created the emergency.
Rent / Mortgage Assistance
Emergency financial assistance is provided to pay rent/mortgage when funds are available. Please call the office during business hours to check on availability of funds. You will be screened for eligibility, if eligible an appointment will be given. You will be asked to bring an ID, proof of income for every adult in the household, receipts of expenses paid in the last 30 days and the current rent/mortgage bill which created the emergency.
ID & Birth Certificate Assistance
For individuals experiencing homelessness with no income, we assist them with obtaining an ID or retrieving their birth certificate. Individuals must either be staying in The Salvation Army Shelter or bring a referral from a partner agency stating the individual’s homeless status.
Getting Ahead in a Just Getting By World is offered twice a year in the Spring and in the Fall. Up to 12 individuals are invited to the facilitated class. The participants in the class are called “investigators” as they are investigating how poverty has impacted their lives. During the 16-20 class periods the investigators are learning new skills, researching resources in their life and in their community to build a brighter future story. To learn more about the program or request an application, please contact our office.
A free community meal is provided every day from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. The meal is served from our 318 E. Hayes facility.
We offer an emergency overnight shelter for people experiencing homelessness. If you are in need of shelter, check in begins at 4:30p.m. for available beds. The shelter is located at 318 E. Hayes, Norman. Guest seeking shelter will need a current state issued photo ID or they can obtain a police clearance letter from Norman Police Department. Guest can stay up to 14 consecutive nights with an option for an extension if they are in case management and have income sufficient to support a housing plan they can reach in 30 days. Guest are eligible to return after 45 days.