Smart Start Central Oklahoma has created an online resource binder just for you! Select the one that meets your needs and follow the brief instructions under the first tab.

Click here for
Oklahoma County
Community Resources
for Parents

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Oklahoma County
Community Resources
for Professionals

Heartline (211)

Heartline connects Oklahomans to help, hope, and information 24 hours a day, seven days a week. When individuals call 2-1-1, they are offered information and referral services to meet a wide range of needs, including but not limited to, food, housing, legal services, child care, mental health services, job programs, and literacy.

Call 2-1-1 for help or visit their online database to search for resources.
www.heartlineoklahoma.org

Rainbow Fleet

Talk to someone about quality child care and where to find it in Oklahoma County.
www.rainbowfleet.org

Text4Baby

If you’re pregnant or have a baby less than one year, sign up to receive FREE text messages on prenatal care, infant care, and more. Text BABY to 511411.

For more information, go to
www.text4baby.org

Family Place at the Library

Metropolitan Libraries have a special place just for young children and their families in library. Family Place offers parent resources, tips and activities, and workshops all around early literacy and child development. www.metrolibrary.org/family-place

Home-Based Family Support Services

Oklahoma County has several voluntary home-based programs that support families to ensure that children are healthy, safe, and nurtured. To learn about the programs and which one might work for you and your family, call (405) 286-2734 ext. 303 or click on the Home-based Family Support Programs tab in the Resource Binder for Parents above.

Healthy Children

Find early childhood information and resources from pediatricians on this American Academy of Pediatrics website especially for parents.
www.healthychildren.org