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You can look through the services listed below and call the agencies directly.

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Home-Based Parenting Programs

Center for Children and Families, Inc. - Bringing Up Babies

Bringing Up Babies is a free, voluntary program offered to pregnant and parenting individuals, including teen parents, to create healthy and stimulating home environments for their children.

Address: 210 S Cockrel Ave Norman, OK 73071

Contact: Center for Children and Families

Telephone: (405) 364-1420


Enrollment Criteria: Each program has specific requirements.  Please visit our website for more information. There is no enrollment criteria to access our baby pantry. Families must live in Cleveland County or Pottawatomie County.

Children First, Oklahoma’s Nurse-Family Partnership

Provides no cost personal nurse visits to women during their pregnancy and for two years after delivery. The public health nurse provides brief health screenings for mothers and babies; answers questions about pregnancy, parenting and child developement and connects the family to resources including health, education, employment, housing and legal assistance. Our services are individually tailored to meet the unique needs of our participants. 

Address: Cleveland County Health Department 250 12th Avenue Northeast Norman, OK 73071

Contact: Tracie Rochester, Children First Lead Nurse

Telephone: (405) 321-4048

Fax: (405) 364-6761


Enrollment Criteria: To qualify for the program, women must be first time mothers, eligible for Medicaid or WIC services and must enroll in Children First before their 29th week of pregnancy.

Parents as Teachers – Norman District

A free, voluntary parent education program designed to foster early partnership between home and school by providing personalized home visits, parent group meetings, resources and referrals, and developmental screenings.


Address: 2501 N Cockrel Norman, Ok 73071

Contact: Amy Madden/ Patricia Yanez (Spanish)


Telephone: (405) 307-6714 or (405) 323-9733


Enrollment Criteria: NPAT is a free program for families of children birth to age five through the local public school district.,

Parents as Teachers: Frontline Family Solutions

Get connected with a family support program staffed by a specially trained professional who teach parenting skills and child developments, as well as ways to reduce stress and nurture your child. We can connect you to other resources in your community in order to meet your family's needs. 

Address: 118 S. 2nd Street Purcell, OK 73080

Contact: Deidra Smith

Telephone: (405) 527-2424


Enrollment Criteria: Pregnant women, moms, dads, and guardians of  young children birth to kindergarten

Southern Cleveland County*

SafeCare at NorthCare

A free parenting program delivered in your home to help reduce stress by providing support, education and resources. Education focuses on parent-child interaction, managing child behavior, health, safety and healthy relationships.

Address: 2617 General Pershing Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73107

Contact: Dwan McDonald

Telephone: (405) 858-2797

Fax: (405) 858-1791


Enrollment Criteria: Families must have at least one child under the age of 6 and reside in Oklahoma, Cleveland, Canadian, Comanche, Carter, McClain, Stephens, Grady, Kay, and Garfield county.

Other services for young children in your community

Child Guidance Program

Child Guidance staff provides fee-based services that fall inot four general categories: Services to Individual Children and Families, Educational Services to the General Population, Services to professionals, and Community Development.

The program has three professional components designed to interface to provide a continuum of services to build healthy family relationships and enhance child development. These include Behavioral Health Services, Childhood Development and Parent Education Service, and Speech Language Services.


Address: 250 12th Avenue Northeast Norman, OK 73071

               424 S Eastern Moore, OK 73160

Contact Name: Ask for Child Guidance

Telephone: (405) 321-4048- Norman

                   (405) 794-1591- Moore

Website: Child Guidance Program (

Enrollment Criteria: Child Guidance services are available to families of children birth up to age 13. Services are provided on a sliding scale based on income and number of people in the family. CHild Guidance services are covered under SoonerCare.

Crossroads Youth and Family Services

The mission of Crossroads Youth & Family Services, Inc. is to support healthy lifestyles and the emotional well-being of children, youth and families by providing effective, community-based programs and services.

Address: 1333 West Main Street Norman, OK 73069

Contact: Anthony Stafford

Telephone: (405) 292-6440

Fax: (405) 292-6442


Enrollment Criteria: Family with child age prenatal to three and/or age 3-5 living at or below 100% of the federal poverty line; or child age prenatal to 3 and/or age 3-5 with disability, of homeless family or of family receiving public assistance.


Helps families in locating and navigating appropriate resources regarding health, social, and educational services for children and youth with special needs within their community.

State Office: 940 NE 13th Street Oklahoma City, Ok 73104

Contact: Eva Smith

Telephone: (405) 651-7809 (Mobile)


Enrollment Criteria: Serving families who have children with special needs, birth to 21 years of age, with free resource and referral information. No diagnostic criteria or income requirements. Any family with a child having developmental disabilities, chronic medical or mental health issues or those at risk for abuse and neglect will be assisted.

SoonerStart Early Intervention

Services include evaluation services, case management, family training, counseling, and home visits, certain health services, nursing & nutrition services, occupational, physical, and speech- language therapy, and special instruction. Can be provided in home or at daycare.

Address: Cleveland County Health Department - SoonerStart 250 12th Avenue Northeast Norman, OK 73071

Contact: Please ask for SoonerStart

Telephone: (405) 321-4048  Press 5

Website: SoonerStart

State Lead: Mark Sharp, Executive Director, Special Education Services

Qualification Criteria: Developmentally delayed infants and toddlers birth – 36 months.

The Share Center at Food and Shelter

The Share Center is a free grocery store (food pantry) and resource center for individuals and families living in Norman, Noble, Lexington, or McClain County. 

Address: 213 Reed Ave., Norman, OK 73071

Contact: Stephanie Lyness

Telephone: (405) 701-1890

Fax: (405) 360-2144


Enrollment Criteria: Anyone can participate and receive donated food, but they must be TEFAP eligible to receive USDA food. Automatic eligibility for anyone receiving SNAP, FDPIR, WIC, CSFP, or CAC. Guests must show photo ID and current proof of residency each visit. Proof of residency/address must be dated within the last 60 days and may include any utility bill, lease agreement, pay stub, Social Security letter, hospital bill, etc. Online bills will also be accepted via smartphone.


WIC PLUS+ is a program for families that combines WIC visits with the support of Child Development Specialist and the Parent Line. You will have the chance to ask questions about your child's development, learn about their skills and abilities, understand social emotional development and learn how to promote healthy behaviors that strengthen family relationships.

Address: 250 12th Avenue Northeast Norman, OK

Contact Name: Child Develpment Specialist, Child Guidance

Telephone: 405-321-4048

Fax: 405-364-6761

Enrollment Criteria: Must be enrolled in WIC