Crime Victims’ Compensation
Can help pay for some expenses arising from a crime, such as medical bills, counseling for victims, replacement costs, and income loss. To qualify, you must live in Oklahoma, report the crime to law enforcement within 72 hours, file claims within one year of the crime-related injury, and cooperate fully with the police, prosecution, and other law enforcement.
Oklahoma Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) Link
Provides information regarding the custody status of perpetrators and status updates on criminal cases.
Can be used to determine if you are eligible for SNAP (food benefits), Sooner Care (Medicaid), Child Care, LIHEAP (Low-income energy assistance), Free and Reduced School Lunches, WIC (Women, Infants, Children), and other benefits.
Learn more about your rights as a victim of crime under Oklahoma State and Federal statutes.
Oklahoma State Courts Network (OSCN)
Can be used to look up public and court records across the state of Oklahoma.
Domestic Violence Service Providers
Native Alliance Against Violence | (405) 801-2277
Oklahoma’s only tribal domestic violence and sexual assault coalition. Serves Oklahoma’s federally recognized tribes and their tribal domestic violence and sexual assault programs.
Basic Needs Assistance
Sunbeam Family Services | (405) 528-7721
Provides services for elderly Oklahomans and offers shelter for those experiencing homelessness.
City Rescue Mission | (405) 232-2709
Offers a program for those experience homelessness, including shelter and job training.
Jesus House | (405) 232-7164
Jesus House is a recovery program for men and women experiencing homelessness, addiction and mental health issues. It provides clothing and groceries to participants.
Catholic Charities Holy Family Home | (405) 741-7410
Catholic Charities offers transitional housing services at Holy Family Home.