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What programs and services are offered by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services?

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The Oklahoma Department of Human Services provides adult and family services, child welfare services, child care services, services to the aging, child support services and services to the developmentally disabled, as of November 2015. Additional services offered by Department of Human Services include food distribution, school nutrition information and administering tax credit incentives.

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All services offered by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services are listed on the Services page of its website. After navigating to the Department of Human Services page, click on any of the links for specific information about that program. To contact DHS, click on the DHS Hotlines for telephone numbers covering topics from adoptive parent recruitment to willful fraud reporting.

Clicking on Refugee Assistance under Adult and Family Services provides information about medical assistance and cash benefits provided to refugees who have recently arrived in the United States. Contact information for these benefits is also provided.

Under Aging Services click on Adult Days Services for further information about Oklahoma’s community-based program addressing the needs of older citizens who are functionally impaired. Contact information for that program is also provided.

Click on the Adoption Services under Child Welfare Services for information about adoptions in Oklahoma, including contact information and the program administrator’s name and telephone number.

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