Difficult things are done by those who can; impossible things are done by those who care.
- Juilian Borg, Former Street Youth
STREET OUTREACH SERVICES
- Referrals to community service providers
- Assistance obtaining birth certificates, state IDs, food handler permits, and social security cards
- Provide options and solutions for employment and shelter obstacles
- Weekly outreach to locations where street youth are known to hang out
The Station is a drop-in center for young people ages 16-24 who are homeless or in a transitional living situation. The Street Outreach program strives to provide a safe and inviting environment for young people and provide services to meet their individual basic needs. Street Outreach is a strengths-based program that works to meet young people where they are, building on individual strengths to help attain personal goals. Additionally, The Station provides a healthy and stable environment in which young people can relax, socialize, and build meaningful relationships.
SERVICES PROVIDED AT THE STATION
- Hot Meals
- Shower and laundry facilities
- Food and hygiene packs
- Internet access
THE STATION NOW OPEN ON WEDNESDAYS!
Normal Station hours and services are now provided along with skill building and wellness activites! Come enjoy a skill building activity at 2:00 PM on creative writing, boundaries, art history, nutrition, employment preparedness, etc. Stay a little longer for an exciting wellness activity or a rejuvenating yoga class based in trauma-informed care at 3:00 PM.
Drop-In Center is located two blocks west of 3rd and Peoria behind our 3rd Street Annex.
Youth Services Main Office: 311 South Madison, Tulsa, OK 74120, 918.582.0061.
For additional information about the Street Outreach Program, call DeJon Knapp at 918.582.0061 or click here.