When Life Throws You Unexpected Curves...

A temporary emergency, such as loss of a job, unexpected medical or prescription costs, or car repair that threatens your employment, can lead to a situation beyond your control.

Northeast Oklahoma CAA offers emergency assistance to residents of Craig, Delaware, and Ottawa Counties at satellite sites each week. Do you qualify for emergency assistance? If you are eligible, click here for application. Individuals with a qualifying emergency may ask for assistance once each year as funds are available.

Do You Qualify?

Step 1. Determine Eligibility
Household income cannot exceed the chart below.
Family of one (1) $21,660
Family of two (2) 29,140
Family of three (3) 36,620
Family of four (4) 44,100
Family of five (5) 51,580
Family of six (6) 59,060
Family of seven (7) 66,540
Family of eight (8) 74,020
For each additional person, add 7,480
Step 2. Required Documentation
  • Valid Oklahoma driver license or Oklahoma picture identification
  • Verification of Oklahoma residency for six months
  • Proof of family income (pay stub)
  • Receipts documenting expenses for last 30 days
  • Social Security cards for all persons in household
  • Proof of emergency (Cut-off notice for utility or eviction notice for rental assistance)
Step 3. Locations and Contact Information
For all Appointments call (918)253-4683 ext 110
Monday and Friday
8:00 am to 3:30 pm
(Ottawa County Only)
DHS Office
2114 Denver Harner Dr
(918) 541-2400
1st & 3rd Wednesday
8:00 am to 3:30 pm
(Craig County Only)
Miami, OK
(918) 541-2400
1st & 3rd Wednesday
8:00 am to 3:30 pm
(Craig County Only)
Vinita DHS
Vinita, OK
(918) 713-5000
Tuesday – Thursday &
2nd & 4th Wednesday
8:00 am to 3:30 pm
(Delaware County Only)
Community Action
856 E. Melton
Jay, OK
(918) 253-4683 ext. 110

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