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 empowering families on their journey to independence.

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