Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless is a non profit organization which seeks to protect the dignity of each person by providing food, warmth, shelter and safety to meet immediate and pressing needs of an average 400 people whom seek their shelter and services each day. Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless is the only day time shelter in Tulsa for people who are homeless or in need and also provides a night shelter, case management, a free Nurses' Clinic, showers, restrooms, telephones, Community Voice Mail, a clothing room, mail services and a locked storage area. Eight case managers work one on one with clients to remove barriers to self-sufficiency. The Nurses' Clinic provides urgent care, TB testing, vision screening, health education and referrals to other health care resources.

Atheist Community of Tulsa partnered with Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless in 2012 to provide a monthly dinner for an average of 130 homeless Tulsans. ACT is partnering with the Day Center again in 2013.