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Oklahoma-based organizations receiving awards

Published: August 16, 2013

Oklahoma Community Health Centers Inc.

Anticipated grant amount: $860,866

Oklahoma Community Health Centers Inc., a consortium of nonprofit organizations, will apply a statewide approach to providing enrollment assistance to Oklahomans. Consortium members will have navigators in 57 cities, enabling them to provide services in 45 Oklahoma counties. Among other activities, funds will be used to target outreach to small business and small-business groups, conduct outreach at community events and health fairs, target outreach to special populations served by consortium partners, and develop state-specific outreach materials for use by consortium members.

Little Dixie Community Action Agency Inc.

Anticipated grant amount: $580,733

Little Dixie Community Action Agency Inc. plans on providing enrollment assistance to lower-income families and individuals by forming a consortium with 14 additional Community Action Agencies across Oklahoma, serving 63 counties in Oklahoma. Funding will be used to provide navigator services in each of the 15 service areas, with an emphasis on leveraging existing staff with local ties to be trained as navigators.

Cardon Healthcare Network LLC, DBA Cardon Outreach

Anticipated grant amount: $178,500

Cardon Healthcare Network has more than 20 years of experience providing in-person eligibility assistance to Medicaid enrollees in 33 states. Cardon Healthcare Network will use this experience to provide outreach and assistance with existing robust infrastructure.


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