Has COVID-19 impacted you or your family's income?

147,000 Oklahomans could get additional help paying for groceries. Are you one of them?

 

 

Applying for grocery assistance is quick and confidential!

Route 66 Accountable Health Communities

The Accountable Health Communities (AHC) project was launched to help connect people to existing resources and services in their communities.  This project is a cooperative agreement between MyHealth Access Network and Center of Medicare and Medicaid Innovation to help people get their social needs met.

AHC and Hunger Free Oklahoma are happy to partner together to bring this webpage with more information about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and other grocery assistance.  For more information, please visit our website at https://myhealthaccess.net/ahc.

SNAP can supplement your monthly grocery budget.

 

Applying is confidential and takes about 30 minutes. Apply today!

 

Two ways to apply.

Trained SNAP specialists are available to help you apply by phone Monday-Saturday 8 AM to 8 PM. Be sure to mention that you heard about the SNAP Hotline from the AHC and Hunger Free Oklahoma Project page.

The SNAP Hotline is now offering Burmese and Zomi application assistance Wednesday – Saturday from 1:30 PM to 8:00 PM.

 

Call us toll free at 1 (877) 760-0114

You can apply for SNAP online at any time. Click here to download the step-by-step guide guide before you start and click here to find SNAP application resources.

For Additional Assistance

  • If you have an AHC Navigator at the Oklahoma City County Health Department or Tulsa County Health Department, please contact them for assistance.
  • If you have an OKDHS caseworker, please contact them for help.
  • If you have an existing SNAP account and have questions or need to make changes, call OKDHS at 1-405-522-5050.
  • If you would like assistance completing a new SNAP application please call the HFO SNAP Hotline at 1-877-760-0114.

To learn more about SNAP and the application process, click here.

This information was brought to you by Hunger Free Oklahoma in partnership with the Oklahoma State Department of Human Services.

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