The Midwest City Neighborhoods in Action office was adopted in 2005. The program allows the City to offer needed services to community residents.
Current programming includes:
GED Referral Site
Free Homework Assistance Tutoring/Mentoring sessions, Monday and Wednesday, from 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, free income tax preparation during tax season each Tuesday and Thursday, from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Juvenile Community Service Work
Youth Summer Camp
Winter, Spring and Fall, Youth After School Programming
Health and Wellness Classes/Fairs
Community Outreach Awareness Events
Community Transformers/Faith-based Coalition
Community Food Giveaway
Annual Community Health Fair Partnership with OCU School of Nursing.
Annual Community Healthy Eating Crock Pot Cooking Class
Annual Community October Fest Event, Neighborhood Missionary Baptist Church
Quarterly Community Financial Workshops Partnership with Allegiance Credit Union
Dana Brown Cooper Head Start Annual Valentine/Graduation Event
Dana Brown Cooper Head Start Monthly Parent Teacher Gathering
Volunteer Gardening Program
Monthly Community Diaper, Formula, Food and Baby Essentials Giveaways (BabyMobile)
Community 1 Day and 7 Day Bus Pass Distribution Program
Ticket to Rose State Program
Community Bulletin Board
Midwest City has a partnership with the Community Action Agency (Assist Community with Basic Needs Services such as Food/Utility Referrals and Rental/Mortgage Assistance for those that qualify, etc...) and a partnership with AARP (Paid Staff Receptionist, 27 hours a week).