Contact nonprofit or government agencies in your area that can help you and your loved ones.
AARP Oklahoma is hosting free events to help residents get rid of sensitive documents without the fear of identity theft.
A new state law, which takes effect Nov. 1, aims to expand the number of places across the state that connect family caregivers with local resources. The Oklahoma Caregiver Support Act directs the state Department of Human Services to work with community groups to improve access to caregiver services in low, middle and high income areas. Schools and city and county facilities will provide information, counseling, training and in some cases vouchers to help caregivers.
A new web page developed by AARP Oklahoma and News on 6 points the way to resources that can help family caregivers in the northeastern part of the state.
Every day, a silent army of 524,000 Oklahomans perform a great labor of love by performing family caregiving duties by helping their parents and significant others remain at home.
AARP Oklahoma invites volunteers to help fight hunger and feed hope by participating in its annual Day of Service, Sept. 11. Volunteers can choose one of three locations: the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma in Tulsa, the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City and the Community Market of Pottawatomie County in Shawnee.
Oklahoma weather can be dangerous and can quickly turn deadly. To keep you and those you love safe, we've put together the following resources from our friends at News on 6 and News 9.
As part of Drive to End Hunger, Oklahoma partnered with the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma on a year-long plan that resulted in the creation and launch of the first dedicated hunger program for seniors in that area.
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