Veteran Walk and Talk

Members of Veterans Walk and Talk Oklahoma pick up trash at a community service event. The nonprofit veteran organization meets every Sunday.

Whether it’s going for a walk, doing glass art or getting a new pet, there are many local resources available for veterans. Below is a list of services and organizations operating in Tulsa and some statewide/nationwide groups and clinics. At the end of the list are a series of helpful links for further information.

This list is fluid, so if you notice an organization that is not included, please email the info to Tim@LangdonPublishing.com.

Tulsa metro organizations

Ada

Bartlesville

Colcord

Comanche

Davis

Edmond

Fort Gibson

Idabel

McAlester

  • McAlester VA Clinic
  • 2 E. Clark Bass Blvd.
  • The Doctor’s Building
  • McAlester, OK 74501-4282
  • Phone: 888-878-1598

Miami

Midwest City

Muskogee

Newcastle

Noble

Norman

Northeast Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

Poteau

Texoma

Vinita

Western Oklahoma

National:

American Humane

Animal welfare organization that provides service dogs to veterans.

American Veterans Motorcycle Club

Aims to unite veterans through mutual hobby of and interest in motorcycles.

Combat Veterans Motorcycle Organization

An association of veterans from all military branches who ride motorcycles as a hobby.

Patriot Guard Riders

Provides funeral services to fallen U.S. veterans.

Quick Reaction Force 22

qrf22info@gmail.com; (571) 589-5797; Educates others on PTSD, suicide awareness and prevention.

Veterans Upward Bound

info@navub.org; Provides transitional educational assistance to U.S. veterans.

National Programs:

VA.gov

Veterans Crisis Line

Caregiver Support Program

Homeless Veterans

VA LGBT Outreach

Transition and Care Management (OEF/OIF/OND)

Women Veterans Health Care

VA Mental Health

Intimate Partner Violence

 

Hotlines:

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.799.SAFE (7233).

Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)

Editorial Intern

Ethan Veenker is from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He will graduate from the University of Tulsa in May 2020 with two degrees in English and creative writing. When not writing or reading, he likes to drum. This annoys his neighbors.

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