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TOGETHER, WE CAN END HOMELESSNESS.

EVERYONE DESERVES A HOME

The Homeless Alliance works to rally our community to end homelessness by bringing together organizations to collaborate, identifying and filling gaps in services, streamlining processes, and using research-based strategies and national best practices to get people off the streets.  Since 2004, we have housed thousands of people in OKC, built a homeless resource campus where people can visit to get help from dozens of agencies, and launched four successful social enterprises offering supportive employment to people experiencing or at risk of homelessness. Because we believe everyone deserves a safe place to call home.

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ABOUT US

The Homeless Alliance is working to end homelessness in OKC. Learn more about our research, strategies, housing, and employment programs. 

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GET HELP

If you are currently experiencing homelessness in Oklahoma City and are in need of assistance, please click here to learn more. 

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GET INVOLVED

Whether you have time, things to give, or are able to provide financial support, we need you!  Learn how you can help your neighbors who are currently living without a home. 

NEWS + EVENTS
WINTER IS
COMING
FRESH START ART SHOW COMING JANUARY 2024
WELCOME
CURBSIDE
APPAREL

Every winter we collaborate with our area shelter partners, other organizations, agencies, and more to keep our neighbors experiencing homelessness safe from the cold. The Homeless Alliance is in need of supplies to help people visiting our day shelter and people we meet during street outreach.  Check out our current biggest needs. 

We invite you and your family to join us for our next  Fresh stART art show coming January 2024 to DNA Galleries in the Plaza District!.  Art sales create income for our artists experiencing homelessness.

 

Fresh stART is an open-studio art program designed to provide people experiencing homelessness in Oklahoma City with a supportive environment for creating art. It operates twice a week at our Day Shelter.

Our newest supportive employment program is Curbside Apparel, a screen-printing company that produces custom shirts, posters, and more. Vendors working at the apparel shop earn a screen-printing certification and practice skills like inventory management as they transition out of homelessness. 

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