TOP 25 SERVICES - OKLAHOMA How are Services Ranked?

Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
4 Reviews


An association of Combat Veterans from all branches of the United States Armed Forces who ride Motorcycles with the purpose of serving Veterans and their families, both financially and through action.

East Central University Oklahoma - Veterans Upward Bound Program

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
3 Reviews


The Veterans Upward Bound Program is a grant program funded by the US Department of Education. The Program is designed is assist military veterans by providing supportive services and the encouragement needed to enter or re-enter vocational school or a 2- or 4-year college.

VFW Post 577

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
3 Reviews


This organization is designed to foster camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflicts as well as to serve our veterans, the military, and our communities. They also advocate on behalf of all veterans, their spouses and children.

American Legion Mohawk Post 308

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
2 Reviews


This Tulsa area American Legion post has many benefits to help Veterans. They offer, but are not limited to, a program designed help Veterans start a business, scholarships for children under 18 and a special needs fund. They also have a meeting hall and lounge available for rent to both Veterans and civilians.

American Legion Post 1

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
2 Reviews


Veteran Service Group who's purpose is to tend to the needs of veterans and their families in difficult times, and assist in getting their earned benefits.

Disabled American Veterans, J E

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
2 Reviews


DAV Chapter 32 has been around since 1929. The DAV is made up exclusively of men and women disabled in our nation's defense. Disabled American Veterans is dedicated to one, single purpose - building better lives for all our nation's disabled veterans and their families. They provide many services for veterans and their families, such as filing claims with the Veterans Administration and providing a food pantry.

Folds of Honor Foundation

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
2 Reviews


The Folds of Honor Foundation is rallying a nation to ensure no family is left behind in the fight to preserve American freedom. Through scholarships and other assistance, we give back to the spouses and children of soldiers killed or disabled in service to our country. We provide healing, hope and an opportunity for dreams to be realized...with the support of people like you. We feel this is our duty as citizens of the greatest country in the world.

VFW Ladies Auxiliary 557

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
2 Reviews


Established 1914, members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars set out to serve the veterans of this country and our communities in honor of the sacrifices and commitment of every man and woman who has served in uniform.

Coffee Bunker

Average Rating: 4.500/5 Stars
2 Reviews


Coffee Bunker is about outreach. In our continued efforts to reach all veterans, we find it important to meet them right where they are in their lives. We strive to connect them with the resources and advantages the Tulsa community has for them. We believe in bringing Coffee Bunker to our veterans in order to give them an opportunity to know there is a special place for them to call their own, and to find how we and our sister resources can help them.

DAV Creek County Chapter 9

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
1 Review


As a DAV Member, in addition to DAV programs and services, members are entitled to a Member Benefits Package, which gives you access to a variety of important programs, products, and services. Also included with your membership is a FREE subscription to DAV Magazine.

Ki Bois Veteran Poverty Community Action Network

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
1 Review


Through the SSVF (Supportive Services for Veteran Families) Program, VA aims to improve very low-income Veteran families' housing stability. Grantees (private non-profit organizations and consumer cooperatives) will provide eligible Veteran families with outreach, case management, and assistance in obtaining VA and other benefits, which may include:

Sapulpa Police Department

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
1 Review


This police department is user friendly when it comes to veterans. They transport veterans to the Muskogee Veterans Administration in a crisis situation.

The Hugs Project

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
1 Review


Supporting American troops who remain in harm's way. We send care packages full of supplies and support. We are also partnered with the Patriot Clinics to provide effective treatment for PTSD and TBI.

VFW Post 1320

Average Rating: 5.000/5 Stars
1 Review


This Veteran Service Center offers a range of services. There is a service officer available on Mondays, a relief fund and a nice bar with many pool tables and chairs. They have 100 Members.

American Legion Billie A Hall #17

Average Rating: 4.000/5 Stars
2 Reviews


This American Legion centers around helping the dependents of our Fallen Heroes. They also have a relief fund available to Veterans in need.

Cameron University

Average Rating: 0.000/5 Stars
0 Reviews



Career Tech, Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education

Average Rating: 0.000/5 Stars
0 Reviews


For more than a hundred years, Oklahoma's system of career and technology education has been elevating the future of the state's citizens and industries by providing the training needed to achieve success in the workplace.

East Central University

Average Rating: 0.000/5 Stars
0 Reviews



Edmond Life and Leisure

Average Rating: 0.000/5 Stars
0 Reviews


Karen Stark is the founder and Executive Director of The Hugs Project, an effort to send a "hug from home," a neckerchief filled with a cooling core to service members stationed in the Middle East, where summertime temperatures can top a sweltering 150 degrees Fahrenheit. The hugs can reduce body temperature by 7 degrees or more.

Huston Huffman Fitness Center

Average Rating: 0.000/5 Stars
0 Reviews


Fitness & Recreation Center within the camus of The University of Oklahoma.

Lawton Veteran Center

Average Rating: 0.000/5 Stars
0 Reviews


Veterans, or family members, who served in any combat zone and received a military campaign ribbon (Vietnam, Southwest Asia, OEF, OIF, etc.) are eligible for Vet Center services. Readjustment counseling is provided to include a wide range services to eligible Veterans and their families in the effort to support a successful transition from military to civilian life. Services include: Individual, family, and group counseling Bereavement counseling for families who experience an active duty death Military sexual trauma counseling and referral Normal working hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. In an effort to better serve the veteran and family members, upon request Vet Centers will provide services after normal work hours and/or on weekends.

Oklahoma Baptist University

Average Rating: 0.000/5 Stars
0 Reviews



Oklahoma Christian University

Average Rating: 0.000/5 Stars
0 Reviews



Oklahoma City Community College

Average Rating: 0.000/5 Stars
0 Reviews



Oklahoma City University

Average Rating: 0.000/5 Stars
0 Reviews