A typical homeless person in America is a child
At TLC, we believe that every child deserves a place to call home. Each night 18-22 children call Lindsey House home.
Fifty-four percent of Tulsa's single mothers live in poverty
We work with mothers to stabilize employment, manage limited resources and get out of debt.
Eighty-seven percent of homeless children worry that something bad will happen to their families
We offer a safe place to come home and the hope for a better future
Homeless shelters are noisy, chaotic, over-crowded and lack privacy
Lindsey House provides beautiful one-bedroom apartments that welcome families with love and support

Transitional Living Centers

In today’s economy, situational homelessness can affect anyone.  Unexpected illness, a loss or change of employment, an emergency car repair, increased cost of living, or broken relationships — any of these  can result in a family losing its home.

Lindsey House provides long-term shelter and supportive services to women caring for children. Our mission is to support these families as they transition from homelessness, learn important life skills, and regain the confidence to become self-sufficient.

Every child deserves a place to call home.  Every mother should feel good about her ability to meet the basic needs of her children.

To see a video featuring families at Lindsey House, click here.

Thank you to our

2019 Lindsey House Sponsors


Explorer Pipeline


Cherokee Nation Businesses

Magellan Midstream Partners