Age(29) born and raised Tulsa, Ok. Visual Report: Topic, 2nd Time being Barred, 1st time speaking to officer and thief right on video surveillance, about my clothes coming up missing..and the inside neighbor took all my clothing items and it twas a day in that day had to be afternoon. Not only confronting the man in front of the officer..caught him wearing my my shirt..being loud mouth seeing him knowing officer was right there and it twas perfect busted timing I with words and body language reacted...now the officer says he don't haft to take anything off rebuddlen because I'm loud mouth in him rushly..got myself barred..the man didn't ..it's Nov 22,2017 two weeks before I'm wanting to introduce, welcome a lady from out of town around the day center wanting to give her yellow, blue brochures..some Cacasion lady rudly shove herself in my way I go and speak with security her boyfriend upset next day the same officer bars me...what..now I'm texting because you barred me again my case manager has an apt set up and now I'm barred..and she's not even really answering her voice mail or phone or as case manager rechecking video surveillance..
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The only real big help this org. Provides is a place for the homeless to hang out and do nothing all day waste their lives away sure some get housed after sitting around doing nothing. The medical staff here is excellent and really cares to help the clients. Case managers seem to help the easiest to put in government funded housing and the rest are told to figure things out on your own and let us know how it works out. Jack Younger the man in charge is pretty big bully if you make him mad by our kicked out no matter what. They will find a reason to get rid of you. However many who are inline to be housed are still allowed to stay after being caught using drugs or fighting just to get them through the system and so the numbers of people who are housed stay looking OK. All in all most of the other reviews are just what the people are seeing for a brief time ask some of the clients there and see if their views match up with the rest of the reviews maybe 10% will. You want really help if your homeless check out children and family services or the programs offered next door at the salvation army
The Day Center for the Homeless in Tulsa is truly a great operation. The permanent and volunteer staff are consistently focused on the clients and the ways that are available to meet their needs. I am not sure how our great city could handle the clients of the Day Center in a more effective manner.
I have an enormous amount of respect for The Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless because they function with out ever charging the client for their services.
It has been amazing working with the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless. The thing that impresses me most is that each person that seeks out the Day Center is treated with respect and dignity. The staff is exceptional, and truly cares about the clients they are serving. I feel this stems from the culture that is nurtured by Sandra Lewis, the director. The case managers work so hard to make sure the needs of the clients are met, and are always working towards helping the clients become self-sufficient. Recently the Day Center was asked to lead the way for Tulsa in facilitating the rapid rehousing effort, made possible by government stimulus dollars. This is such a huge undertaking, but the staff has stepped up to the task!
I am a pastor who is constantly looking for resources to be able to help the folks who come to us homeless, penniless and friendless. I know that an easy fix is not what they need. So I confidently steer them to the Day Center where I know they'll be guided into paths of long-term self-sufficiency. Thanks to Sandra, the Board, and the entire crew of the Day Center for stretching their own resources to make a huge difference for the people of northeastern Oklahoma.
I have been participating in the Tulsa Day Center's Homerun for the Homeless for the last few years. It raises money for the Day Center. I've visited with the Day Center and its volunteers. It is an incredibly facility serving a growing population in Tulsa. And it's volunteers are a caring bunch who know how to get the community involved in order to take care of those less fortunate. Frank Mitchell, Chief Meteorologist, KTUL-TV
Many years ago I had a young daughter that volunteerd at the Day Center as part of school community service hours. I thought she would come back wide eyed and crying but she came back with a bigger heart and greater compassion for the homeless. In fact she went back on many occations to volunteer when she didn't need to and inspired me to begin donating to this wonderful and most necessary facility on a regular basis. Some years later I had family members that needed the services of Day Center and am proud to say they are fully back on their feet. Now Brent and I do the yearly summertime Home Run for the Homeless and we get to sit in the air conditioned booth and make fun of the celebrities down on the HOT field. Just one more reason The Day Center for the Homeless ROCKS!!
I have volunteered at the Day Center in various capacities for the last 14 years. I could write for pages praising for this non-profit and it's staff. In the interests of brevity, there are two things which impress me most. First is how the clients are treated by the staff. I have seen the Director on numerous occasions interacting with both clients and significant donors. Both of these groups are treated alike, that is, with the same dignity and respect to which all people are entitled. I believe that our clients truly know that they are cared for and that people sincerely care about them. Secondly, I admire the way that the Day Center is constantly trying to offer more services and opportunities to place people in a position where they can become self-sufficient The Day Center is truly responsible for changing the lives of many of its clients immeasurably. It is an honor to try an assist the organization and further its goals in any way I can.
I have had the honor of generating publicity for the Homerun for the Homeless since the event started three years ago. Every year, I have been so moved by the passion of the Day Center to help its clients as well as the support the event receives from local media and attendees. Even in the extreme heat, media personalitities get out and play in this celebrity softball tournament, and it has been a great way for the Day Center to continue to raise awareness of its organization.
Bravo to the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless! I had the opportunity to visit the Day Center in advance of their "Homerun for the Homeless" charity baseball game and was blown away. That day happened to be one of the hottest of the summer, and so many people were seeking relief from the heat at the day center. The staff was welcoming not only to me, but to the many who really needed them. I was honored to be part of an event to help them raise money. The charity baseball game is a first class event! I've had the honor of emceeing it for the last 3 years and have seen it grow bigger and better each year. It is so popular there are even media personalities vying to play in the game. Without a doubt a great event, and the Daycenter is a GREAT non-profit! Julie Chin, 2NEWS Meteorologist
They make an effort to accomodate a variety of clients. I have volunteered there to prepare and serve a meal - they are very easy to work with!
I have seen the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless rally their staff to administer a new program by the federal government to prevent homelessness and help those who have become homeless due to the economic recession. I have seen how their Community Voice mail program has reconnected homeless people with family members, helped them get jobs and led to permenant housing. I have seen the staff plan a memorial service for some 44 homeless people who have died in Tulsa in 2009. This memorial is the only remembrance many of these people will ever receive. The Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless has many more medical, legal and job programs too numerous to list here.