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Oklahoma: Prison Resources

Passport to the Future
603 SW B Street
Antlers, OK 74523
Phone: (580) 298-2921
Email: dlong@littledixie.org
Website: www.littledixie.org
Area Served: Choctaw, McCurtain, and Pushmataha Counties in Southeast Oklahoma
Parent Organization: Little Dixie Community Action Agency, Inc.

  • Passport to the Future is a Mentoring Program for children ages 4-18 who have an incarcerated parent. Little Dixie CAA is a non profit Community Action Agency

Administrative Review Unit, Oklahoma Department of Corrections
3400 Martin Luther King Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73111-4298
Phone: (405) 425-2641
Website: www.doc.state.ok.us/adminservices/gencounsel/ara.htm
Inmate Grievance Report Form: www.doc.state.ok.us/Offtech/090124a.pdf
Grievance Response Appeal Form: www.doc.state.ok.us/Offtech/090124b.pdf
Inmate Grievance Handbook: www.doc.state.ok.us/Offtech/op090124.pdf

  • The Administrative Review Unit is responsible for reviewing, investigating, and responding to inmate misconduct and grievance appeals, which are submitted to the director for final review. This review is considered to be the last step in the internal administrative process. Inmates are required to exhaust their administrative remedies prior to filing litigation in the court system. The review conducted at both the facility and departmental level assists in preventing unnecessary litigation. Hundreds of inmate letters are received in Administrative Review every year with a response forwarded for each one received. The unit serves as a contact point for field staff, family members, and legislators who have questions regarding the department's disciplinary process and grievance process.

OKLAHOMA INDIGENT DEFENDERS DNA FORENSIC TESTING PROGRAM 
P.O. Box 926 
Norman, OK 73070 
Email: jamie@oids.state.ok.us 
Website: www.state.ok.us/~oids/ 

  • Restricted by statute to DNA cases. Evidence must still exist.

Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative Grants

Oklahoma Department of Corrections
Phone:(918) 581-2002
Contact: Bill McCollum

  • The Oklahoma Department of Corrections will target high-risk offenders ages 18-35. The program will focus on the treatment needs of each offender being released, utilizing a coordinated reentry plan developed and implemented by a team composed of corrections and community-based transition staff. The focal point for community services will be the local Workforce Oklahoma offices and the Oklahoma City Weed and Seed Office. The program design focuses on improved assessment, information sharing, and outreach to the community during the incarceration stage. These efforts will be combined with community outreach into correctional facilities during the period immediately preceding the offender's return to the community. An expanded force of transition workers coordinating the variety of available services will help provide seamless services to address the needs of the targeted offenders returning to Oklahoma County. For more information, read this grantee'swork plan: http://www.reentry.gov/sar/pdf/wp1_ok.pdf.

Oklahoma Office of Juvenile Affairs
Phone: (405) 530-2898
Contact: Mary Jo Sullivan

  • The Oklahoma Office of Juvenile Affairs, in conjunction with the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, will provide institutional and community-based transition services to youthful offenders ages 12-20 from Oklahoma, Cleveland, Canadian, Logan, and Pottawatomie Counties. Oklahoma's reentry program will provide services that include employment assistance and training, substance abuse treatment, mental health treatment, individual and family counseling, mentoring, housing assistance, educational assistance, life skills training, community-based support services, intensive case management, and supervision.

Offender Workforce Development Specialist Training Program
National Career Development Association
10820 East 45th Street, Suite 210
Tulsa, OK 74146
Phone: (866) 367-6232 or (918) 663-7060
Email: dpennington@ncda.org 
Website: www.ncda.org

  • This program offers training to professionals who provide offenders and ex-offenders with employment training, placement and retention services, and career counseling services. The comprehensive curriculum addresses 12 competencies designed to help participants become certified as career development facilitators. The program is offered through the National Career Development Association.

Oklahoma Employment Security Commission
2401 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma, OK 73105
Phone: (405) 557-0200
Website: www.oesc.state.ok.us

FOCUS (Female Offenders Committed to Ultimate Success)
1608 South Elwood Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74119
Phone: (918) 587-3888

Exodus House
2624 East Newton Street
Tulsa, OK 74110-9800
Phone: (918) 382-0905

  • These are small apartment complexes where people newly released from prison can live with their families while they re-enter life successfully outside prison walls. 

OKLAHOMA-CURE
P.O. Box 9741
Tulsa, OK 74157
Phone & Fax: (918) 744-9857
Leader: Lynn Powell
Email: okcure@okcure.org 
Web: http://www.okcure.org
Yahoo Group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/OKCURE

ACLU of Oklahoma
3000 Paseo Drive
Oklahoma City, OK  73103
Phone: (405) 524-8511
Website: http://www.acluok.org

  • The ACLU of Oklahoma is an affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, a national not-for-profit, non-partisan, voluntary organization founded in 1920. Its purpose is to protect those rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights such as freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, freedom to petition the government for a redress of grievances, freedom of association, the right to privacy, the right to due process of law and the right to equal protection under the law.

JOIN - Joint Oklahoma Information Network
Website: http://www.join.ok.gov/

  • Comprehensive listing of services by area.

211 Oklahoma
Website: http://www.211oklahoma.org/

  • The Oklahoma 2-1-1 Advisory Collaborative is committed to the implementation of single points of entry to health and human services in all regions of the state.

Oklahoma Department of Corrections
3400 North Martin Luther King Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK  73111-4298 or
P.O. Box 11400
Oklahoma City, OK 73136-0400 
Phone: (405) 425-2500 
Website: http://www.doc.state.ok.us/index.htm

Pardon and Parole Board
First National Center
120 North Robinson Avenue, Suite 900W
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Phone: (405) 602-5863
Fax: (405) 602-6437
Website: http://www.ppb.state.ok.us/

Oklahoma State Courts Network
Website: http://www.oscn.net/applications/oscn/start.asp?viewType=

Oklahoma Criminal Justice Resource Center
3812 North Santa Fe Avenue, Suite 290
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118-8500
Phone: (405) 524-2059
Fax: (405)524-2792
Website: http://www.ocjrc.net/Home.asp

  • The Oklahoma Criminal Justice Resource Center (OCJRC) is a division of the Legislative Service Bureau with its director appointed by the Oklahoma Sentencing Commission (OSC). As its primary responsibilities, the OCJRC provides:
  • Research and analysis relating to the state's criminal justice system and
  • Integrated, customizable records management software for law enforcement in the form of the Offender Data Information System (ODIS).
  • OCJRC serves as the state's Statistical Analysis Center (SAC), the official point of contact with the federal Bureau of Justice Statistics.

Prison Industry Resources

Avalon Correctional Services Inc.
Support Center
13401 Railway Drive
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73114
Phone: (405) 752-8802
Toll Free:  (800) 919-9113
Website: http://www.avaloncorrections.com/about.asp

Corrections Corporation of America

CIMARRON CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
3700 South Kings Highway
Cushing, OK 74023
Phone: (918) 225-3336
Fax: (918) 225-3363
Website: http://www.correctionscorp.com/facility/72/

DAVIS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
6888 East 133rd Road
Holdenville, OK 74848-9033
Phone: (405) 379-6400
Fax: (405) 379-6496
Website: http://www.correctionscorp.com/facility/24/

DIAMONDBACK CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
Route 2, Box 336
Watonga, OK 73772
Phone: (580) 614-2000
Fax: (580) 614-2020
Website: http://www.correctionscorp.com/facility/27/

NORTH FORK CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
1605 East Main
Sayre, OK 73662
Phone: (580) 928-8200
Fax: (580) 928-9282
Website: http://www.correctionscorp.com/facility/51/

Cornell Companies
Great Plains Correctional Facility
700 Sugar Creek Road
Hinton, Oklahoma 73047
Phone: (405) 542-3711

The Geo Group Inc.
LAWTON CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
8607 Southeast Flower Mound Road
Lawton, Oklahoma  73501
Phone: (580) 351-2778 
Fax: (580) 351-2641

State Ombudsman
Esther Houser
Long Term Care Ombudsman Prog.
DHS Aging Services Division
2401 Northwest 23rd Street, Suite 40
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
Phone: (405)521-6734
Fax: (405)522-6739

Free Legal Services

Oklahoma Indian Legal Services Inc.
4200 Perimeter Center Drive, Suite 222
Oklahoma City, OK 73112 
Phone: (800) 658-1497
Website: www.oilsonline.org

Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma
2901 North Classen Boulevard, Suite 110
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Phone: (800) 421-1641
Website: www.legalaidok.org

Legal Aid Services Of Oklahoma, Inc.
115 West 3rd Street, Suite 701
Tulsa, OK 74103-3417
Phone: (918) 584-3211
Fax: (918) 584-1866

ASSOCIATED CATHOLIC CHARITIES
1501 North Classen Boulevard
P.O. Box 1516
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Phone: (405) 523-3001

  • May charge nominal fee.
  • Will represent person(s) in asylum case(s).

HISPANIC AMERICAN MISSION, INC.
1836 Northwest Third
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Phone: (405) 272-0890

  • May charge nominal fee.
  • Will represent person(s) in asylum case(s).

LEGAL AID SERVICES OF WESTERN OKLAHOMA, INC.
2901 Classen Boulevard, Suite 112
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Phone: (405) 488-6756

  • Farm workers only.

OK Law
Website: http://www.lawhelp.org/OK/StateDirectory.cfm

  • Comprehensive List of Pro Bono Legal Service Providers in Oklahoma.

Information and Organizations for Persons Convicted of Sexual Offenses

Oklahoma Citizens for Change
Mary Duval
P.O. Box 1128
Stilwell, OK 74960
Phone: (918) 575-7318
Fax: (918) 575-0193
Email: rickyslife@windstream.net
Website: http://www.cfcoklahoma.org

  • The goal of Citizens for Change (CFC) Oklahoma is to offer a network of support for former registered offenders and their families, as well as education for prevention of sexual abuse. We work together to educate the public through speaking, publications and pamphlets that will inform the citizens of Oklahoma the true facts regarding former offenders, and the laws which are doing more harm then good for Oklahoma's children. Please join us as we fight to bring the registry back to its original purpose: for the most dangerous offenders, and only in the hands of the police.

Testimonial of Registration Experiences in Oklahoma
Website: http://www.satasort.org/index.php?page=registration-experiences-in-oklahoma

Unfair Appearance in Sex Offender Databases Oklahoma
Website: http://articles.directorym.com/Unfair_Appearance_in_Sex_Offender_Databas...

  • If you are listed on a sex offender database because of an act that is now legal, here's how to get your name off. This article also covers how public access to sex offender databases works and why this information is open to the public.

Treatment Centers for Adults and Juveniles Sexually Attracted to Children

Claremore

Human Skills and Resources
Jim Barton, M.Div. 
Phone: (918) 283-1423

  • Languages: English

Norman

Human Interaction Programs
Irwin Hall, Ph.D. 
Phone: (405) 447-6188

  • Languages: English

Okemah

Chandler & Associates
Holly Chandler
Phone: (918) 623-1199
Evaluation and treatment of: adults 

  • Languages: English

Oklahoma City

Transitions, Inc.
Bonnie Stapp 
Elizabeth Ashton
Phone: (405) 810-0054

  • Languages: English

Tulsa

Cheryl A. Wilson, L.C.S.W.
Phone: (918) 798-2187

  • Evaluation and treatment of: children (age 3 to 6) and adults
  • Also treats: child, adolescent/teenage, and adult abuse survivors (specializes with children age 3 to 6)
  • Languages: English

Human Skills and Resources
Paul Inbody, Ed.D., L.P.C.
Roy A. Thornton
Phone: (918) 747-6377

  • Languages: English

Lopp & Associates
Randy Lopp, L.P.C. 
Phone: (918) 747-2799

  • Evaluation and treatment of: adults
  • Languages: English

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