The landing's features

  • Avoid returning to homelessness

  • Each unit is fully furnished and has microwave and full size refrigerator

  • Private Bath with walk in showers

  • Common Dining Room

  • All utilities paid except phone, cable & internet

  • Fire / Smoke detectors and sprinkler system

  • On-site laundry facilities

  • All exterior / interior and yard maintenance provided


The Landing

The Landing is a Non-Profit (501 3C) Permanent Supportive Housing (SHP) through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. It is located in Fairland, Oklahoma in Northeast Oklahoma minutes away from    Grand Lake. The Landing has 13 single resident occupancy units for our homeless veterans and other homeless individuals living with disabilities or substance abuse or domestic violence. Eligible tenants are expected to pay noless than 30 % of their income towards rent.

Other Criteria required to be a tenant of Supportive Housing:

  • A permanent documented disability due to physical, mental or addiction or domestic violence.
  • Documented homelessness
  • The ability to live independently in the community without medical supervision. 

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mission & vision

Noone wants to be disable homeless and hungry.   We will devote the time and energy necessary to Help END HOMELESSNESS.

primary causes of homeless among veterans


People who volunteer for us  make the difference in the lives of  our homeless disabled veterans and other homeless disable individuals .,Find out how you can help volunteer or by donating.

502 West Connor

Fairland, Oklahoma 74343


The Landing

  • Lack of income due to limited education and lack transferable skills from military to civilian life( especially true of  younger veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan).
  • Combat-related physical health and disabilities
  • Combat-related mental health and disabilities
  • Substance abuse problems that interfere with job retention
  • Weak social networks due to problems adjusting to civilian life
  • Lack of services