Afghan Support Centers

Helping you get the support you need to make the U.S. your home

We are so thankful for all the providers in Tulsa who helped more than 508 Afghans get the support they needed during our Support Center Event on September 20-23, 2023. So many organizations came together to offer compassionate and caring solutions to these families. If you couldn't attend or have additional questions about services available to you, please review the provider list below and contact them. They are ready and eager to help you.

To learn more about the support provided to Afghans and their families in Tulsa, please click here.


United States Citizenship & Immigration Services

U.S. Department of State, Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs (SCA), Office of the Coordinator for Afghan Relocation Efforts (CARE)

Office of Refugee Resettlement

Social Security Administration

U.S. Department of Justice Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (DOJ IER)


Housing Solutions (Other: Children & Youth, Education, Employment, Legal, Public Benefits)

Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency

Tulsa Area United Way (Other: Children & Youth, Education, Employment, Mental Wellness)

Tulsa City-County Health Department (Lead Hazard Control Program)

Tulsa Responds (Other: Public Benefits/Material Assistance)

YWCA Tulsa (Other: Employment, Legal, Public Benefits/Material Assistance)


Early Learning Works (Other: Education)

Emergency Infant Services (Other: Public Benefits)

The Parent Child Center of Tulsa


American Red Cross

Little Read Wagon (Child and Youth, Education)

Ruth G. Hardman Adult Literacy Service

Sand Springs Public Schools

Tulsa Public Schools

Wayfindr Tulsa

Welcomers International


Green Country Works – Dynamic

Mayor's Office of Resilience and Equity

Oklahoma Works


The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges

Tulsa Health Department


Immigration Legal Services for Afghan Arrivals

Oklahoma Disability Law Center


Food Bank of Eastern OK


Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma (Legal, Resettlement Services)

ICNA Relief (Education, Employment, Mental Health, Public Benefits/Material Assistance; Women’s Services)

As DHS’s commitment to Operation Allies Welcome (OAW) parolees is enduring, USCIS hosts Afghan Support Centers to assist them in connecting to services integral to their long-term stability and integration in the United States. While USCIS provides the support center forum, USCIS does not endorse any service providers present and does not participate in, nor is responsible for, the services provided by any service providers.