Health Literacy Grantees

The Oklahoma Department of Libraries announces 27 grants to Oklahoma public libraries and adult literacy councils for health and wellness programming activities.

This is the seventh year of the grant initiative, which is funded by the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.  Since 2012, 106 grants have gone to 51 Oklahoma communities to provide resources and programs.Health-and-Wellness

The 2019 grant recipients are:

  • Ada Public Library, Ada
  • Great Plains Literacy Council, Altus
  • Anadarko Community Library, Anadarko
  • Southern Oklahoma Library System, Ardmore
  • Bartlesville Public Library Literacy Services, Bartlesville
  • Beaver County Pioneer Library, Beaver
  • Blanchard Public Library, Blanchard
  • Carmen Public Library, Carmen
  • Coweta Public Library, Coweta
  • Donald W. Reynolds Community Center and Library, Durant
  • Western Oklahoma Learning Center, Elk City
  • McLoud Public Library, McLoud
  • Miami Public Library, Miami
  • Moore Public Library, Moore
  • Noble Public Library, Noble
  • Norman Public Library West, Norman
  • Community Literacy Centers, Inc., Oklahoma City
  • Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County, Inc.,
  • Southwest Oklahoma City Library, Oklahoma City
  • Nora Sparks Warren Library, Pauls Valley
  • Piedmont Public Library, Piedmont
  • Ponca City Library, Ponca City
  • Purcell Public Library, Purcell
  • Creek County Literacy Program, Sapulpa
  • Shawnee Public Library, Shawnee
  • Tecumseh Public Library, Tecumseh
  • Watonga Public Library, Watonga.