The City of Tahlequah understands the importance of meeting the needs of its children and has taken proactive measures to provide a comprehensive list of resources. This initiative shows the city's commitment to ensuring the well-being and development of its young population.
CASA of Cherokee Country - The mission of CASA of Cherokee Country is to be a voice for children who come into the court system as a result of abuse and/or neglect by providing trained volunteer advocates who speak independently for the best interests of the children.
201 E. Delaware Street
Cherokee Nation WIC- The Cherokee Nation first contracted to operate a WIC program in 1977. WIC is a nutrition program that provides nutrition and health education, healthy foods, and breastfeeding education support to eligible women, infants, and children.
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OK Child Abuse Hotline - Every person in Oklahoma who has reason to believe that a child under 18 has been abused or neglected or is in danger of being abused or neglected is required by law to promptly make a report.
Hands of Grace Warehouse- Zoë Institute operates the “Hands of Grace” warehouse. Families can access the warehouse four times within a four-month period. Items available vary but typically include food, paper products, clothing, hygiene items, diapers, and household items. Voucher from Zoe Institute is required.
18929 E. Bluebird Lane
Tahlequah Public Schools Outreach Center- Provides Student Hygiene items, clothing items, SNAP & TANIF Assistance, Parent Resource Books & Info, Food Pantry Assistance, Community Resource Referrals, School Supplies Assistance, Counseling Referrals, Backpack program and Family Engagement & Informative Nights.