Housing is an essential need for every individual. But those who advocate for and assist the working poor, the displaced, or the homeless have seen that finding a safe, decent and affordable dwelling can be one of the most difficult impediments to achieving self-sufficiency.

Community Action Agencies have developed into the major community housing development organizations in Oklahoma. However, note that not all programs are available in all counties.

Click here for a listing of housing assistance programs.

Programs offered include the following:

Housing Assistance Programs

Housing services offered include:

  • Homebuyer Programs
  • Homebuyer Education
  • Housing Counseling
  • Building Restoration
  • Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation
  • Emergency Home Repair
  • Self-Help Housing
  • Housing Rental Programs

Weatherization Assistance Program:

Weatherization activities result in energy savings for income-eligible individuals by providing energy-related home repairs and other modifications to their homes.


Other Housing-Related Services and Programs:

Homeless Services – Assistance to the homeless in the form of temporary shelter and/or food, clothing, medical care and other assistance.

Transitional Housing – Low cost housing provided for individuals and families who have located employment, but are not yet able to acquire housing on their own.

Group Homes – Low cost independent living quarters for people with disabilities who need some level of assistance to live independently.