Homelife is surveyed by Oklahoma Advocates Involved in Monitoring (OK-AIM) which is a project of the Tulsa Advocates for the Rights of Citizens with Developmental Disabilities. OK-AIM volunteers meet with the individuals being served and review quality of life issues.

Program certification is conducted by the Quality Assurance Unit of the Department of Human Services. Annual reviews are conducted to determine compliance with contract standards which control the overall quality of program services. Random reviews called “Person-Centered Audits” are also conducted, which focus on quality of services provided to specific individuals.


Homelife Association
PO Box 35903
5127 South Lewis, Suite 2
Tulsa, OK 74153
(918) 745-1114