Eleanor Hill founded Resonance in 1977 as a volunteer-based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a support system for women facing life’s challenges. Having been suddenly widowed when her husband was overseas, Eleanor knew from personal experience the desperate need women have for a support system when facing the challenges of life.
Resonance has evolved to meet the ever-changing needs of the Tulsa community and is a dually accredited, gender specific, outpatient drug and alcohol treatment facility.
We are working to change Oklahoma’s unsettling distinction of having the highest per-capita female incarceration rate in the world.
Through reentry services, job counseling and partnerships with agencies such as Drug Court, we are doing our best to create a brighter future for our clients, our community, and our state.