Programs and Contact Information

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After School Programs

After school programming provided at 5 elementary and middle schools that serve the students in current SNI neighborhoods. Each program includes tutoring and recreation, along with, an enriching, engaging and hands-on educational experience that inspires future careers, creativity and community pride. Three local organizations provide these services. 

Contact
Boys and Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County serving the Capitol Hill Neighborhood
(405) 521-9292

Oklahoma Afterschool Network serving the Capitol View Neighborhood
(405) 630-7333

Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City, Inc. serving the Culbertson's East Highland Neighborhood
(405) 424-5243

Down Payment Assistance Program

Increases homeownership in the SNI target areas by assisting qualified homebuyers with down payment and closing cost assistance, up to $10,000, to purchase a home. Home-buyer education is also offered through this program.

Contact
Neighborhood Housing Services: (405) 231-4663

Community Action Agency: (405) 232-0199

Emergency Home Repair Program

Assists homeowners by addressing a specific urgent need in the home such as handicap accessibility, roof leak or another similar immediate need.

Contact
Community Action Agency
(405) 232-0199

Financial Planning Assistance for Families and Students

Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) are savings accounts established at participating banks by working individuals or working high school students. Participants will attend money management and educational/career workshops. Once the participant has saved, they are eligible to use the savings and match toward home, business or education expenses.     

Contact
Community Action Agency
(405) 232-0199

Housing Discrimination Counseling

Counselors help individuals determine whether housing discrimination has occurred and helps victims learn their fair housing rights, remedies and options under the Fair Housing Act.

Contact
Metropolitan Fair Housing Council of Oklahoma, Inc.
(405) 232-3247

Legal Assistance

Assists residents who need to clear up title or deed issues with a home they are living in but do not have the funds to do so. Service is provided by the Oklahoma Bar Foundation in partnership with Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma and Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City.

Contact
Community Action Agency
(405) 232-0199

NeighborWoods Hazardous Tree Removal Program

Helps maintain a healthy and safe urban forest by trimming and/or removing hazardous trees that pose a serious safety threat to people and homes.

Contact
sniokc@okc.gov 
(405) 297-2595

NeighborWoods Tree Planting Program

Helps maintain a healthy and safe urban forest by planting trees twice a year along streets in SNI neighborhoods. Street trees provide beautification, shade for our homes and sidewalks, and absorb air pollutants. Neighborhood, school, church and corporate volunteers are encouraged to participate.

Contact
sniokc@okc.gov 
(405) 297-2595

OKC Mobile Market

Wellness Now, a program through the OKC-County Health Department, and SNI have teamed up to provide the OKC Mobile Market to all 3 SNI neighborhoods every month! A beautiful mobile produce truck will bring free, fresh foods provided by the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.  

Contact
sniokc@okc.gov 
(405) 297-2595

Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation

Rehabilitates homes to meet basic HUD and City building codes, with emphasis placed on structural safety, exterior maintenance, accessibility, sanitary conditions and energy efficiency.

Contact
housing.rehab@okc.gov
(405) 297-2846 

Small Business Loan Program

Builds better communities through small business development. This program is for start-up, existing, and expanding businesses looking for business loans with low-interest rates. The program includes business counseling and small business training courses as well.

Contact
Community Action Agency
(405) 232-0199

 Weatherization and Green Home Loan Programs

Reduce energy costs for low-income households by increasing the energy efficiency of their homes.

Contact
Community Action Agency
(405) 232-0199

SNI Partners