HRSA, an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provides a searchable list of centers that provide health and dental care to people of all ages, whether or not they have health insurance or the money to pay for health care.
This guide is published by the Delta Dental of Oklahoma Charitable Foundation to help those who cannot afford dental care find free and low-cost resources, help referral sources assist those in need to find care, connect free and low-cost programs to one another to leverage their limited resources and multiply their efforts and results.
(918) 584-1111 5000 Charles Page Blvd Tulsa, OK 74127 Medical clinic and prescription assistance for patients with no insurance. Clinic is held on Monday evenings at 5:15 p.m. Sign-in between 5:15 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
Patient Advocate Foundation is a nonprofit organization that seeks to safeguard access to care, maintenance of employment, and preservation of financial stability for patients facing life threatening or debilitating diseases.
918-794-4655 Grants and loans for durable medical equipment, such as wheelchairs, feeding seats, prone standers, strollers, adapted toys, bath seats, etc., are provided without charge regardless of disability.
Provides extensive information and resources for individuals with disabilities. Indexes link users to a variety of resource. The Financial Resources link provides information and links to foundation and government grants for disability-related organizations and disabled individuals.
(405) 523-4810 The program is designed to reuse valuable medical equipment that is no longer needed, and reassign it to an Oklahoma resident in need. Priority will be given to SoonerCare members, but any Oklahoma resident is eligible with a completed application.
1-888-311-3523 Assistive Technology Center's loan program allows Oklahoma residents with hearing loss, their family members, and the professionals who support them to borrow and try assistive devices before purchasing.
A program of the National Council on Aging that helps thousands of people every day to connect to private or government programs that help them pay for prescription drugs, health care, utilities, and other needs.