Health Literacy Grantees

The Oklahoma Department of Libraries (ODL) celebrated National Health Literacy Month by announcing 22 grants to Oklahoma public libraries and adult literacy councils for health and wellness programming and activities.

This is the sixth year of the grant initiative, which is funded by the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services. Since 2012, 79 grants have gone to 41 Oklahoma communities to provide resources and programs. Health Wellness Word Collage

The 2018 grants recipients are:

  • Barndall-Ethel Briggs Memorial Library, Barnsdall
  • Bartlesville Public Library Literacy Services
  • Beaver County Pioneer Library, Beaver
  • Blanchard Public Library
  • Creek County Literacy Program, Sapulpa
  • Duncan Public Library
  • Great Plains Literacy Council, Altus
  • McAlester Regional Literacy Council
  • Miami Public Library
  • Moore Public Library
  • Noble Public Library
  • Norman Public Library
  • Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County, Inc.
  • Piedmont Public Library
  • Q.B. Boydstun Public Library, Ft. Gibson
  • Shawnee Public Library
  • Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library
  • Southern Oklahoma Library System, Ardmore
  • Stillwater Public Library
  • Tecumseh Public Library
  • Thomas-Wilhite Memorial Library, Perkins
  • Western Oklahoma Learning Center, Elk City