Midwest city partners with many organizations in the community to bring these services to you and make these services available to low to moderate income families.
If you have any questions regarding these programs please contact 405.739.1216
Share-A-Fare (Transportation) Program provides discount taxi fares for seniors and those with disabilities. Funds are provided by Midwest City and COTPA.
Public Facilities/Improvements: Weed/Seed Safe Haven (1124 N Douglas Blvd). The city proposes limited rehabilitation to the existing fire station facility to assist in the conversion to a Weed/Seed Safe Haven site.
At-Risk Youth/Family Program assists youth and families through outreach and counseling. This activity is provided by Mid-Del Youth and Family Center and strives to promote mentally and physically healthy children and families.
Autumn House Social Services Program supports the social service, facility, transportation, and nutritional needs of low-income elderly residents
Before/After School Scholarships assists in meeting the physical, emotional, social, health, nutritional and psychological needs of school-age children of low/mod families. Latchkey Child Services provides scholarships for before and after-school child care at Midwest City elementary schools.
Neighborhood Initiative Program supports neighborhood cohesiveness, safety, outreach, organization, communication, crime control in low/moderate-income neighborhoods.
Child Care/ Early Childhood Education is provided by two facilities: Steed Head Start at 2118 Flannery and DB Cooper Head Start at 9300 NE 10th Street. Facilities were constructed in 1995 and 1998 and are supported by Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma/ Canadian counties. DB Cooper Head Start is funded for expansion to include construction of two new classrooms and the conversion of an existing classroom into a conference room, teachers work room, office space and additional handicapped accessible bathroom.
Fair Housing services are provided by Metropolitan Fair Housing Council through educational presentations, outreach, research, counseling and information. If you feel that you are a victim of housing discrimination please contact Metropolitan Fair Housing at (405)232-FAIR or (405)232-3247.