Frequently asked questions

What is the Diversion Hub?

The Diversion Hub is a collaborative, multi-agency network in a single location dedicated to providing coordinated, life-stabilizing services to individuals navigating the criminal justice system.

Is the Diversion Hub be open 24 hours a day?

No. The Diversion Hub is open from 8a to 5p.

What does it cost to get help from the Diversion Hub for myself, a friend or a family member?

The services offered by the Diversion Hub are Free! Our case managers and justice navigators want to help you get the support you need, whether it’s navigation the justice system or connecting you with community partners.

Can I donate to the Diversion Hub?

We are thrilled you want to donate and support our mission to help justice-involved individuals navigate the justice system. Many of our clients have specific needs and for the health and comfort of our clients, we ask that all donations be new and unused. We always need basic clothing and hygiene items. If you need more details on all the items we are currently looking for and how to get it to us, visit our ways to help page for more information.

How can I, as an individual, support the Diversion Hub?
There are many ways to support the Diversion Hub and our mission. You can follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to help us get the word out about the Hub. You can stay up-to-date with the latest news and stories by joining our mailing list. You can also donate or learn about volunteer opportunities on the ways to help page.
Who is considered a “justice-involved individual”?

Individuals that have been involved with either/or a municipal system or a county jail. We are currently serving the Oklahoma County area.

Was the Diversion Hub included in Maps 4?

Yes! The OKC City Council voted on unanimously approved the MAPS 4 package for a public vote on December 10, 2019. To learn more about MAPS 4, visit

How much does it cost to ride on the shuttle?

It is Free! The Diversion Hub shuttle is available to all clients who need to quick ride to the Oklahoma County Courthouse, the intersection near the Oklahoma County Jail and Oklahoma City Municipal Courts, and the Diversion Hub. The shuttle runs a fixed route between those locations for pick-up and drop-off. The shuttle is available Monday to Friday from 8a to noon and 1p to 3p.

I am a member of the media. Who can I contact for an interview or for more information about the Diversion Hub?

Specific inquiries or questions beyond the scope of the content found in our media kit can be directed to Damon Britton.