American Red Cross – Providing
immediate assistance to families after disasters,
teaches lifesaving skills through CPR, First Aid,
disaster safety, and HIV prevention education; links
military families through emergency communication.
The American Red Cross web site is
Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Oklahoma, Claremore – Re-creating the extended
family for children in need. Provides caring adult
mentors for children between the ages of 6 and 16 who
come from single parent families or other at-risk
Camp Fire USA Green Country
Council – Building strong character, life skills,
and good citizens through Camp Fire Clubs and outdoor
Claremore Meals on Wheels –
Food delivered to shut-ins three times a week, serving
approximately 11,700 meals annually.
Claremore Senior Citizens –
Helps provide a nutritious, affordable lunch for
seniors, age 50 and older.
Community Action Resource &
Development (C.A.R.D, Inc.) – Provides 13 social
service programs in Rogers and neighboring counties.
D-Dent – Provides free
dental care for low-income elderly and low-income
developmentally disabled individuals. Services are
provided by volunteer dentists.
Family & Children’s Services –
Provides counseling services, parenting education,
child abuse prevention and treatment, literacy programs,
early childhood services, community and school-based
services, mental health services for adults and
Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma
– Character building, personal conduct training, as
well as recreational activities for girls ages 5-18 in
Hospice of Green Country –
Offers programs that provide quality, compassionate
end-of-life care and support to terminally ill patients
and their families.
Visit our website at
Indian Nations Council, Boy
Scouts of America – Building citizenship and
character and stimulating personal growth and
development for over 800 boys in Rogers County.
Inola Senior Citizens Center –
Serving citizens 55 years of age and older, this
agency serves seniors in the area 12 month a year, 5
days each week, and provides lunches on Tuesdays and
Thursdays. They offer Triad eye services, speakers on
Social Security matters, trust funds, long-term health
care, new Medicare and pharmacy cards, as well as an
occasional visit by a nurse to do wellness checkups.
Delivers meals Tuesdays and Thursdays to disabled, home
bound or convalescent Inola residents.
The Manger – Emergency food,
formula, diapers and prescription assistance, and other
basic needs for infants and children 5 years of age and
Operation Aware – To empower
children and teens to make positive decisions and
healthy choices in their lives by resisting drugs,
alcohol, tobacco and violence. These eight-week
programs are offered for students in pre-kindergarten
through 10th grade in Rogers County schools.
Rogers County Adult Day Care –
Provides respite services to frail elderly and
developmentally disable young adults in a safe and
therapeutic environment that monitors health conditions,
offers stimulating activities, and maintains
well-being. Financial assistance and transportation
Rogers County Drug Abuse Program
– Provides low-cost outpatient treatment for
substance abuse and related problems.
Rogers County 4-H – Helping
youth learn valuable life skills by supporting area
youth ages 5-19 in 4-H project work, training programs,
leadership development, and activities. We strive to
live up to our motto, “To make the Best Better”.
Rogers County Literacy Council –
One-to-one and small group instruction in Basic
English and English as a second language assists
participants in achieving their goals and becoming
active, productive members of our county.
County Training Center – Promoting vocational rehab
and training for the mentally challenged adult to
prepare for a more self-sufficient life.
Rogers County Volunteers for
Youth – Strive to positively impact the lives of our
youth, offering school-based monitoring program (PAL)
for the public school students of Rogers County, and an
after-school program (BLAST) for 4th through
7th graders. The programs help to building
confidence, character, and competence in our young
Rogers County Youth Services –
Individual, group, and family counseling, substance
abuse education, and temporary shelter for youth 11 to
Safenet Services, Inc. – Domestic Violence/Sexual
Assault Intervention Agency, providing domestic abuse
shelter, 24-hour Crisis Line, parenting classes, victims
counseling, batterer’s treatment, advocacy, protective
order office, supervised visitation and exchanges. Also
operates the Second Impression Resale Boutique and
Salvation Army – Rogers
County Service Unit responds to people in crisis.
Provides emergency assistance to Rogers County
residents, collaborates with other programs throughout
the communities and sponsors activity for youth.
After 4pm and on weekends, contact the Claremore
Senior Citizens of Chelsea –
Center for Senior Citizens that includes meals,
recreation, and a van for transport.
Tri-County CASA (Court Appointed
Special Advocates) – Trains volunteers to represent
abused and neglected children in the court system.
William W. Barnes Children’s
Advocacy Center – This agency is a community-based
effort to reduce the trauma of child abuse, serving the
families and children of Rogers, Mayes, and Craig
counties. The center furnishes a child-friendly
environment for coordinated investigation, intervention,
treatment, education and support services. By reducing
the number of interviews a child must undergo and
coordinating the activities of various professionals
involved in treatment, the healing process is promoted,
trauma is reduced, and investigations improved.
Senior Companions – Serve
one-on-one with the frail elderly and other homebound
persons who have difficulty completing everyday tasks
such as grocery shopping, transportation to medical
appointments, provide short periods of relief to primary
caregivers and help with many other household tasks.
(918) 256-7531, ext. 114.