We are sorry.

We've reached our capacity for assistance with rent and utilities this week.

Holiday Notice

Upward Transitions will not take Rent/Utility Assistance screenings on Monday, February 15, 2021, due to the holiday. We will resume screenings on February 22, 2021.


The Upward Transitions' office will be closed, all day today. Staff is working remotely due to weather conditions. Please reach us via phone or email. Thanks for your understanding.

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American Tourist 2021

This year, we are bringing the party to you with party packs. Your party pack will be a pre-packaged American Tourist experience in a box that you can enjoy in the safety of your own home or business. On May 7, we invite you to join us virtually for a LIVE streamed event.
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Our methods of serving our community may have changed over the last few months, but we are still here for you when you need support. If you can't find what you need on our website, please call our office for more information.
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Many things in life can leave a person in crisis: the aftermath of a storm, loss of a job, abuse at home, mental health struggles, bills higher than earnings. 2-1-1 Heartline provides resources and support to get you back on your feet. 


Outside the 405 area code dial 1-877-362-1606 for 2-1-1 Heartline in Central Oklahoma.

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Our Mission

Serving Oklahoma City since 1925, Upward Transitions strives to prevent generational poverty through community collaboration, emergency assistance and empowerment, therefore inspiring hope with our neighbors experiencing housing instability.

In 2018-2019, more than 3,300 people received direct assistance from Upward Transitions including transportation, housing, food, legal documents, and state IDs.

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