Oklahoma Community Hope Centers

Learn how Oklahoma's Community HOPE Centers are providing much-needed resources to students and families who need support, especially where in-person learning has been paused due to COVID-19. The centers, located in areas of highest need, focus on meeting the needs of the whole child, whether that be physical, social, emotional or academic, while parents are at work.

Each Community HOPE Center features mental health professionals, OKDHS staff, virtual learning tools such as computers and iPads, meals and snacks, a weekend backpack program and other programming available to support families. 

There are currently 27 Community HOPE Centers operational today with a capacity to serve 1,689 children. Eighteen additional sites have submitted initial paperwork for consideration to become a Community HOPE Center.  

A special thank you to Oklahoma Human Services for spearheading this project that helps ensure Oklahoma families thrive.

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Last updated on October 21, 2020