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Reducing Evictions in Tulsa

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The City of Tulsa is working in collaboration with a number of community partners to address the number of Tulsans experiencing eviction. There are a number of resources linked here, this page will be updated with additional resources as they become available.

What can Tulsans do:

  • Host know your rights sessions at Churches and Schools
  • Participate in the Tulsa Health Department Safe and Healthy Homes Program for property owners and tenants
  • Call 211 and/or Distribute 211 Resource cards
  • Take free or discounted money management/budget classes at local churches or non-profit organizations
  • Become familiar with the adverse effects of an eviction filing on credit ratings and how it can affect future housing prospects
  • Participate in free mediation through the Tulsa County Early Settlement Program

Resources:

Tulsa Health Department Safe and Healthy Homes Program - Property Owners 
Tulsa Health Department Safe and Healthy Homes Program - Tenants
Community Service Council 211 Help Line
OK Policy Renter Protection Legislative 2019 Priority
Tulsa County Early Settlement Program







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