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Community Resources


Our students and families are surrounded by a supportive and caring Perry community. While we focus on seeing students succeed in the classroom, our desire is to help with needs at home as well. Below is a list of resources, services, and contacts for families in need of food, clothing, counseling, transportation, shelter, and many other forms of assistance.



More information below: 

Church of Christ - Food Voucher

  • Location: 920 N. 7th St., Perry, OK 73077
  • Phone: 580-336-2081
  • Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm
  • Services: $50 voucher to help families in need of food. 
  • Requirements: No requirements. Emergency assistance only. 
  • Website: Perry Church of Christ 


Local Backpack Buddies Program 

  • Location: First Christian Church, 701 Holly Street, Perry, OK 73077
  • Phone: 580-336-4576
  • Hours: Hours vary depending on the start of the school year. The program partners with the local schools to get the supplies needed. 
  • Services: Backpacks and school supplies provided to any child ages PreK-12th grade in need.
  • Requirements: No requirements. 
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Noble County Family YMCA
Tim Hight Food Program


Perry Food Pantry Inc.
(Partnered with Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma)

  • Location: 320 ½ N. 6th St., Perry, OK, 73077
  • Phone: 580-336-4576
  • Hours: 10am-12pm
  • Food Distribution: 2nd Friday of month 5-7 pm; 4th Thursday of month
  • Services: Food and toiletries (no cost)
  • Requirements: None. Anyone in need of food is welcome!
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Perry Soup Kitchen


Weekend Backpack Program

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma

  • Services: Elementary school children receive a bag full of kid-friendly, non-perishable and nutritious food on Fridays to sustain them over weekends and school holidays.
  • Requirements: Contact your Perry Elementary School site secretary


Wheatheart Nutrition Project

  • Location: 612 Flynn St., Perry, OK 73077
  • Phone: 580-336-3467
  • Hours: 12 noon- 2:00pm
  • Services: Meals provided onsite to persons aged 60 and older and promotes social interaction. Will deliver meals to homebound residents. 
  • Requirements: Age 60+, phone reservation required. 


WIC - Oklahoma State Department of Health

Foster Family Program

  • Location: First United Methodist Church, 727 Elm Street, Perry, OK 73077
  • Phone: 580-336-2776
  • Services: Clothing for foster children.
  • Hours: Call for more information.


Operation Blessing 

  • Location: 803 Market St., Perry, OK 73077
  • Phone: 580-336-3313
  • Hours: Mon-Thurs, 8:30am-12:30pm
  • Services: Rent/utility assistance, food, clothing, tax prep, medicine, travel for medical reasons
  • Requirements: Noble County residents only. Must be low income. For assistance with rent and utilities, must provide the most recent utility bill and 30 days worth of income verification. 
  • Website: 

Outreach Committee of First Christian Church

  • Location: 701 Holly St., Perry, OK 73077
  • Phone: (580) 336-4576
  • Hours: By appointment
  • Services: Financial assistance to Perry junior high and high school students such as field trips, school supplies, sports equipment, band equipment, shoes, etc. 
  • Requirements: Fill out a request form with the high school counselor, Mrs. Nelson, or contact the First Christian Church.
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Perry Ministerial Alliance

  • Contact: Rev. Joshua Bell, First Christian Church
  • Services: Emergency rent/utilities assistance, food, and miscellaneous needs.


School Supplies - Backpack Blessings

  • Location: First Presbyterian Church, 1922 N. 15th St.
  • Phone: 580-336-9177
  • Services: Free school supplies to Perry students every August.
  • Requirements: None. Open to any student in need.
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Wi-Fi Access

  • Location: 630 Birch St., Perry, OK (east of the Noble County Family YMCA)
  • Services: FREE Wi-Fi access. Park in the designated parking spots and remain in your vehicle to connect (no building access).
  • Requirements/Hours: Open to the public daily 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.
  • This service is made possible by Ditch Witch, The Toro Company, and the American Connection Project Broadband Coalition. 
      • Location: Perry Carnegie Library with use of library card.
      • Location: 611 Bakehouse - 7am-2pm - 611 Delaware
      • Location: McDonald's - 6am-11pm - 2802 Fir St.

Cherokee Strip Transit

  • Location: 612 Flynn St., Perry, OK 73077
  • Phone: (580) 336-5771
  • Hours: Mon-Fri 7:45am-5:00pm
  • Services: Public Transit
  • Requirements: Income based public transit. 
  • Website: Cherokee Strip Transit | OK DRS 


First Capital Trolley

  • Location: Guthrie
  • Phone: 405-282-6000
  • Hours: Mon.-Fri. from 6am-6pm. Saturday by availability.
  • Services: Public transit. Schedule ride in advance. 


Sooner Ride

Oklahoma Department of Human Services


Grand Lake Mental Health Center, Inc.

  • Location: 502 N. 14th St., Perry, OK 73077
  • Phone: 918-308-5512
  • Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm
  • Services: Crisis Services, Community Integration, Outpatient, Wraparound, Children and Adolescents Program, Emergency Detention and Inpatient Psychiatric Care, Mental Health Disorders Behavioral Health Services 
  • Requirements: There are no requirements. Anyone can receive these services.
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Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services

  • Location: 314 N. 6th Street, Perry, OK, 73077
  • Phone (24-Hour Crisis Line): 405-624-3020 or (800) 624-3020
  • Hours: Wednesday and Friday, 1pm-5pm
  • Services: Shelter, Counseling, Advocacy, Prevention, Batterer’s Intervention, Parent Education, Legal Assistance, Sexual Assault
  • Requirements: History of Domestic Violence and fill out a danger assessment form.
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Oklahoma Department of Human Services

  • Location: 801 W Grand Ave, Ponca City, OK, 74601
  • Phone: 580-763-6700
  • Hotline (Child Abuse Reporting): 1-800-522-3511
  • Other DHS Hotlines: 
  • Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00-4:00
  • Services: Sooner Care, child support services, SNAP food benefits, foster care, emergency hotlines, LIHEAP (Low income home energy assistance program).
  • Requirements: There are different requirements for various benefits
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Northern Oklahoma Youth Services

  • Location: 2203 N. Ash, Ponca City, OK 74601
  • Phone: (580) 762-8341
  • Hours: 24 Hours
  • Services: Emergency Youth Shelter 
  • Requirements: Children are eligible to stay at the shelter as a temporary “cooling off” period for families in need. 
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American Red Cross


Connecting the Pieces LLC

  • Location: 1209 Main St., Stillwater, OK 74074
  • Phone: (405)564-3408
  • Hours: Mon-Fri, 9:00am-6:00pm
  • Services: Outpatient & Home-based Counseling, behavioral intervention, consultation & education, support & resources, vocational & community activities, assessments, substance abuse therapy, individual, group & family therapy
  • Requirements: complete a questionnaire, participate in a screening and assessment interview to establish current status and service needs
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CREOKS Health Services

  • Location: 421 E. Thomas Ave., Stillwater, OK 74075
  • Phone: 405-372-7791
  • Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm
  • Services: Adult Services, Children Services, Family Medical, School-Based 
  • Requirements: There are no requirements. Anyone can receive these services.
  • Website:


Payne County Youth Services


Salvation Army

  • Location: 1101 S. Lowry St., Stillwater, OK 74074
  • Phone: (405)-372-1554
  • Hours: Monday 1:00pm-4:00pm, Tues-Thur 9:30am-4:00pm, Fri 9:30am-12:00pm, Sun 10:00am-12:00pm 
  • Services: disaster services , seasonal services, casework services, visitations services, Christian Education, music & arts programs, character building programs, community recreation programs, food pantry
  • Requirements: Meet human needs without discrimination
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United Way of Payne County- 2-1-1


Thunderbird Youth Academy

  • Location: 417 S. Eliott, Pryor, OK 74361
  • Phone: (877) 295-0932
  • Hours (Office): Mon-Fri 7:30am-4:00pm
  • Services: 22 Week Residential Phase assisting youth with academic excellence, life coping skills, job skills, health, citizenship, service to the community, leadership, and physical fitness.
  • Requirements: Applicants must be 16-18 years of age. This is a free program. Must reside in Oklahoma. 
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