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How to get grants and help in all cities and counties in Oklahoma, including Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
Funds that accumulate in this assistance program are distributed to organizations and families in Oklahoma which are in need of help. The money and grants provided will assist individuals and organizations with paying for food bills, medical care expenses, clothing, housing and rent, educational assistance and also any other needed services and bills that are not being paid by other agencies.
Dental Clinical Program
Assistance program provides supplemental dental care to some pregnant women and underserved school-age children. Find additional dental assistance programs. (405) 522-7401
Rx for Oklahoma
Rx will help Oklahoma residents in need of help access patient assistance programs (PAPs) that they may qualify for. These programs can help people save on medicines and prescription drug bills. 1-877-794-6552
Child Care Program
Helps pay for child care expenses and bills for families in need of aid. The goal of the program is to ensure trained supervision, education, and nutrition for children while their parents are at work, receiving an education, or in job training. The Child Care program also covers children who are in danger of being neglected, abused, or exploited. 1-866-411-1877
The Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE) Program
A partnership between the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, Oklahoma State University- Cooperative Extension Service, and the USDA Food and Nutrition Service. The FSNE program provides nutrition education and also food aid to lower income families and individuals.
Provides health care insurance and services to children under the age of 19, adults who have children under the age of 18, people who are older than 65, pregnant women and the disabled. (800) 987-7767
Foreclosure prevention and mortgage assistance programs
Find a listing of non-profits that can help people deal with mortgage problems. Read more on Oklahoma HUD counseling agencies.
Provides discounted health insurance, and help with paying insurance premiums. Under this health insurance assistance program, participating employers and employees pay a minor portion of their total health insurance premiums with the state of Oklahoma paying the balance. Oklahoma pays 60 percent of the total insurance cost, employers pay 25 percent and individuals pay only 15 percent. 1-888-365-3742
Oklahoma Free Legal Aid
Learn how to find free legal assistance and representation in any part of the state. Attorneys from non-profit law firms will assist individuals with civic legal cases. Read more.
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
An assistance program for children who need support because of a parent’s death, unemployment, incapacity, or absence. Cash assistance grants are available to the family on a time-limited basis through TANF. The purpose of this aid program is to provide temporary support in meeting basic needs, such as food, utility bills, medical care, jog training which leads to employment, childcare assistance, and employment services for qualified families with children. (405) 521-4391
Free Medical Care
Clinics, non-profits organizations, and health care centers can provide numerous health care services to Oklahoma families and individuals. Click here for more information and locations of centers.
For patients who need dental care, there are dozens of centers across Oklahoma who help the low income and uninsured get help. More.
Food Assistance from Distribution Centers and Food Banks
Find how to get help, free food, groceries, and perishable items from non-profits and government programs. Read more.
Utility Bill Programs
Families and individuals have many different programs and resources that can help them pay their monthly utility and energy bills. Find how to get help and details on Oklahoma energy bill assistance programs.
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Pottawatomie County (Shawnee)
Rogers County (Claremore)
Texas County (Guymon)
Woods County (Alva)
Oklahoma Energy Bill Assistance
Get a listing of the financial assistance programs, grants, and other aid that is offered from the utility companies that operate in Oklahoma. Read more.
Oklahoma Gas & Electric and Oklahoma Natural Gas
For LHEAP customers, they will provide an additional discount on their heating and energy bills.
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Provides winter heating, summer cooling, energy crisis, and/or weatherization and other energy saving related home repair aid qualified households throughout each year. Click here to read more on the Oklahoma LIHEAP program.