United Community Action Program, Inc.
Emergency Services

Family and Community Services

This program helps low income individuals and families with past due electric, water, gas/propane assistance when funds are available. Rental assistance available when there is funding. United CAP has outreach offices located in Pawnee, Perry, and Blackwell.

For more information please contact:

Pawnee County, Crystal at United CAP-Please call for an appointment. 918-762-3041 ext. 116

Kay County contact Associated Charities-580-363-1920

Noble County, Operation Blessings-580-336-3313

***For information on resources in Creek and Osage County contact UCAP for more information.***

Along with the utilities and rental assistance there are also a number of food pantries and clothes closets located within our service area, contact one of the outreach workers listed above for your county information.

Calendar Year 2016 Services

  1,495 individuals assisted with emergency food.

210 received emergency fuel or utility payments.
16 received emergency rent or mortgage assistance. 
6 received emergency medical care.
2 received emergency transportation.
1257 received emergency clothing.

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United Community Action Program, Inc., regularly conducts a survey to determine what the needs are in your community so that we know where to best focus our efforts and funding. Your help completing this survey is sincerely appreciated. Below is a link for the survey for completion, please take a few minutes to help us do our best to help understand your community a little more. Thank you from UCAP, Inc. Survey open till the end of September 2017

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For an appointment or
please call

Crystal Kirkham-Pawnee/Creek/Noble County
1-918-762-3041 ext. 116

Lou Ann Hunt-
 Noble County

Christy Mackey-
Kay/Osage County

Federal/State Certified Navigators


“The project described was supported by Funding Opportunity Number CA-NAV-15-001 from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The contents provided are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS or any of its agencies. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. M/F/Vets/Disabled and other protected categories.”

The contents provided are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS or any of its agencies.  United Community Action Program, Inc. an Oklahoma Registered Navigator Entity No. 100248209, supervises the Oklahoma Registered Navigator(s) in this publication.

 Program Guidelines

With all of the services provided you will need to bring proof of income, identification, and if you are applying for utility services you will need to have a copy of your detailed bill, and disconnect notice.

If you have any questions regarding what is required please contact the local outreach office in your area for more information.

Helpful Links:

2017 Federal Poverty Guidelines

Tips for Energy Conservation

Tips for food shopping on a tight budget

UCAP also partners with the Pawnee County Area Health Center, Inc. (PCAHC) serving the low income and non-insured citizens 18 years of age and older with medical and prescription needs.

There are 2 clinics per month one in Cleveland located at 1390 W. Cherokee on the second Tuesday and in Pawnee at 308 Beck Dr. on the second Monday from 5pm-8pm. If Monday falls on a holiday then both clinics will be the following week. No appointment is necessary and you will need to bring proof of income and identification.

200 participants were assisted through Alcoholism Program and collaboration with Free Health Clinic.
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