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 for Crime Victims’ Compensation, 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. Click the link above for more information and to apply for compensation.
To learn more about your rights as a victim of crime under Oklahoma State and Federal statutes, click the link above.
VINE Link provides victims and concerned citizens with information regarding the custody status of perpetrators and status updates on criminal cases.
OSCN can be used to look up public and court records across the state of Oklahoma.
This website 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.
Phone: (405) 239-7551
This website has information about Public Housing and Section 8 Housing. Click or call to learn more and find out if you qualify.
Phone: (405) 297-1133
Partner Agencies & Other Service Providers
The NAAV is Oklahoma’s only tribal domestic violence and sexual assault coalition. The NAAV is not a direct service provider, but it does serve Oklahoma’s federally recognized tribes and their tribal domestic violence and sexual assault programs.
Phone: (405) 741-7419
Catholic Charities offers transitional housing services at Holy Family Home.
Phone: 1 (888) 534-5243
Legal Aid provides free legal assistance to those who qualify. Call or click for more information.
Skyline Urban Ministry provides food and clothing assistance.
Phone: (405) 528-7721
Sunbeam provides services for elderly Oklahomans and offers shelter for those experiencing homelessness.
Phone: (405) 232-5507
Upward Transitions can help with transportation and housing expenses.
Phone: 1 (800) 522-7233 (SAFE)
YWCA OKC offers the only emergency domestic violence shelter in Oklahoma County. They also provide advocacy, support groups, and related services.