How To Get Help

Financial assistance from Oilfield Helping Hands is available to anyone who meets our criteria. In order to be considered as a potential OHH recipient, you must first complete and submit the application for assistance form below.

To qualify for assistance, applicants must either work for one of our corporate members or live and/or work within one of the areas covered by an OHH chapter:

Houston – Houston/Harris County and seven surrounding counties (Fort Bend, Chambers, Montgomery, Liberty, Brazoria, Galveston, Waller)

Oklahoma – the entire state

Permian Basin – 21 counties in West Texas & 2 in East New Mexico (Gaines, Dawson, Borden, Andrews, Martin, Howard, Loving, Winkler, Ector, Midland, Glasscock, Sterling, Coke, Ward, Crane, Upton, Reagan, Irion, Tom Green, Crockett, Schleicher, TX and Lea & Eddy, NM.)

Rocky Mountain – Colorado, Utah, Wyoming & North Dakota

Corporate Members – Employees of corporate members who live and/or work in the United States are eligible for assistance if they meet the other qualifying criteria.

The applicant must have a minimum of four years of work experience in the exploration and production sector of the energy industry, and at least 75 percent of their income must have been derived from that employment. Employment will be verified.        

Application for Assistance 

Please complete the following form to determine if you qualify to proceed with the application process. Qualified applicants will be contacted by a Grant Review Committee member to provide detailed information required for the assistance review process. 

* Required

Do you work for one of our corporate members?
Do you live and/or work within one of the areas covered by an OHH Chapter? Please indicate which chapter.
Rocky Mountain
Have you worked a minimum of four years in the upstream Exploration & Production sector of the energy industry with at least 75% of your income derived from that employment? Employment will be verified.
Are you in a financial crisis situation by no fault of your own?