The City of Tulsa has partnered with Restore Hope Ministries to offer rental and utility assistance to Tulsa citizens.
Update: The online application portal for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) through Restore Hope Ministries suspended taking new applications as of Sunday, January 30, to ensure all applications currently in process are funded.
The Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) through Community Cares Partners (CCP) is still actively accepting applications. Visit their website if you are interested in applying for rental or utility assistance.
The Landlord/Tenant Resource Center offers in-person help filling out rental applications for CCP every Monday through Thursday from 1 to 4:30 p.m. at Iron Gate, 501 W. Archer St., Tulsa. They also offer additional housing resources for both landlords and tenants.
Ongoing Housing Resources
A complete list of resources provided by Restore Hope, can be found online.
Impact: As of May 4, 2022 the City, County and State's ERAP programs have distributed more than $47 million in rental and utility assistance to nearly 11,000 households and more than 5,000 landlords. The average amount of funding is $4,300 in rental assistance per household and average utility payment is $400.
Are you a current applicant?
If you have already applied for ERAP, your application will be processed. Please continue to check your email for any updates from Restore Hope’s processing team. The emails will come from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call (918) 922-8282 if you have any additional questions about your existing application.
Frequently Asked Questions
Even if no new applications are being accepted, you can find additional information and resources about rent and utility assistance in these updated FAQs.