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Healthcare and Medication Assistance

If you are having financial difficulty seeing a health care provider or getting the medication and supplies you need to manage your diabetes safely, there are places you can turn to for help.

Insulin Assistance:

To benefit from pharmaceutical free patient assistance programs, you must first be denied state Medicaid or SoonerCare (OK Medicaid) coverage. If you receive a denial letter, you can use that to apply for the pharmaceutical company benefits.

NovoNordisk Patient Assistance Information and Application 

Sanofi Patient Assistance Connection

2018 Lilly Diabetes Solution Center Now Open to Help People with Insulin Affordability


Call (833) 808-1234 to access potential cost savings on your Lilly insulin.

The Lilly Diabetes Solution Center, a new patient-focused helpline with representatives who will identify personalized solutions to address insulin affordability, is now available to residents in the U.S. and all U.S. territories. This suite of solutions will provide many options – some being offered for the first time – that can significantly lower and cap high monthly out-of-pocket costs for some people who use Lilly insulin such as Humalog® and Humulin®. Dedicated representatives will review the personal circumstances and identify options for people who pay near the full list price, such as the uninsured and people in the deductible phase of their high-deductible insurance plans, as well as potential solutions for people with lower incomes.

www.needymeds.org

Free Clinics:

Be sure to call the number listed for a clinic to find out clinic hours and eligibility.

Oklahoma City:
  • Crossings Community Clinic LLC
    2208 W Hefner Rd# B
    Oklahoma City, OK 73120
    (405) 749-0800
  • Endocrine Fellows Clinic
    Presbyterian Professional Building
    711 Stanton L. Young Boulevard
    Oklahoma City, OK 73104
    271-3900 #5
  • King’s Clinic (Britton Christian Church)
    1001 NW 92nd Street
    Oklahoma City, OK 73114
    (405) 848-4005
  • Little Flower Clinic
    1125 South Walker Avenue,
    Oklahoma City, OK 73109-1341
    (405) 235-7055
  • Manos Juntas Free Clinic
    Epworth Methodist Church
    1901 North Douglas
    Oklahoma City 73106
    (405)-605-3101
  • Olivet Baptist Community Clinic
    1201 NW 10th Street
    Oklahoma City, OK 73106
    To schedule an appointment, call the INTEGRIS Health Line at (405) 951-2277.
Tulsa:

To get contact info and other specific information on any of these Tulsa clinics, visit: Good Samaritan Health

Tulsa Dream Center - North Tulsa (46th Street North)

Myanmar (Burmese) Clinic - Full Gospel Assembly International (South Tulsa - 74th and Memorial)

New Jerusalem Baptist Church - North Tulsa (36th Street N. near Hwy. 75)

Spirit Life Church - South Tulsa (Peoria Ave. and East 55th St.)

First Baptist Church - Sapulpa (200 South Elm St.)

Common Ground Church - (7810 E 49th St.)

Memorial Baptist Church - South Tulsa (28th and Yale)

The Ministry Center - South Tulsa (33rd West Ave. near Charles Page Blvd.)

Garnett Road Baptist Church - South Tulsa (6th and Garnett Rd.)

Collective Church - Glenpool (near Hwy. 75)

Morning Star Church of All Nations - Mounds (Hectorville Rd.)

John 3:16 Mission - Downtown Tulsa (Cheyenne Ave. near 244)

Need help navigating life with type 1 diabetes?

Here are a few diabetes friendly places that may be able to help:

Pediatrics/Kids, Teens & Young adults:

David B. Domek, MD

3366 NW Expressway, Suite 330

Oklahoma City, OK 73112

(405) 945-4525

Mental Health Services:

CREOKS Behavioral Health

To locate a CREOKS near you, visit www.creoks.org or call (877) 327-3657

If you are a health care provider or diabetes educator who has a specific interest in type 1 diabetes and would like to be listed here, please email kim@dsok.net.