Showers Provided

Haircuts Provided

Job Shifts Provided by Project Orange

Loads of Laundry

Case Management Sessions


  • showers

  • laundry

  • clothing

  • snacks

  • charging stations

  • mail services

  • storage

  • haircuts

  • phone usage

  • hygiene products

  • case management

  • employment

The BeHeard movement helps those experiencing homelessness through their mobile drop-in center. It provides showers through a shower trailer, laundry services through a laundry trailer, clothing through a clothing trailer, haircuts through a barbershop bus, and case management. Our vision is to help end homelessness one person at a time one shower at a time. Our mission is to use soul work and social work to benefit the community, businesses, and those experiencing homelessness.


BeHeard Movement Update

Our mobile drop-in center will be set up this week! Thursday – saturday 10 am – 4pm at


7216 E Admiral Pl
Tulsa, OK 74115

It took 21 showers, 5 loads of laundry, 3 haircuts, and 19 case management appointments to end Ms. C’s homelessness.

“It’s been hard to get a shower, beheard became family, now i have my own shower and bed.”

— Ms. C


• Be a Neighbor’s Shower Sponsor:
For just $10 a month, you can sponsor 1 shower for your neighbor experiencing homelessness.
• Be an ally:
A gift of $25 provides 2 showers and 1 load of laundry.
• Be a friend:
A donation of $75 offers 6 showers and 3 loads of laundry.
• Be a game-changer:
A generous gift of $150 provides 11 showers, 6 loads of laundry, and more.
• Be a Hero:
With a $500 donation, you offer 40 showers, 15 loads of laundry, 4 haircuts, and even a day of lunch.
• Be a Champion:
Your $1,000 gift covers 50 showers, 3 case management sessions, 10 haircuts, 25 loads of laundry, and 2 days of pizza for our outreach efforts.
• Be an impact increaser:
A donation of $4,100 takes care of all shower and laundry costs for an entire month, making a lasting impact.



“The BeHeard movement has been at the forefront of humanizing those experiencing homelessness in the Tulsa area. I think many of us have heard stories, volunteered or made donations for people finding themselves in these conditions. But what the Beheard movement does is put a face with those stories, and we are able to experience those stories head on, knowing that these are people in our very own community. My favorite documentary style has been the cooking show- what a fun way for a person to show pride in their work when other avenues for doing so are so limited. I look forward to seeing what else Evan and the team comes up with in the future to encourage these conversations around those stigmatized by their situation.

– Amy Olsen, LCSW



“The problem with people experiencing homelessness is that the public has forgotten these are their neighbors and fellow human beings. Beheard gives them their identity back and helps to give these neighbors a face and remind us all that these are our fellow Tulsans and deserve our respect, not our pity or indifference.”

– Scott Blackburn MSW

Help your unhoused neighbor today!