The Access to Health Care iFund program was designed to support organizations that provide basic and preventative health care, including mental health, dental, and hospice services, to those who would not otherwise have access to such services due to economic, social, or geographic reasons.
The current grant cycle is closed.
Thank you to all who applied, applicants will be notified once a decision has been made.
|Grant Application Deadline||Thursday, December 15, 2022|
|Notification of Funding Decision||End of February 2023|
Access to Health Care iFund FAQ
If my organization received an Access to Health Care iFund grant last year, am I eligible to apply this year?
You may apply this year if the following conditions have been met:
- The funds have been fully expended
- All follow-up grant reports have been submitted
- The program successfully met its goal
My organization has a current grant through one of the other iFund opportunities (Opportunities for Children or Services for Older Adults). Am I eligible to apply for the Access to Health Care iFund grant?
Yes, but only if it is for a different program. We will not consider funding the same program with two different iFund grants.
Can an organization submit a Letter of Interest or grant application for more than one project during a single iFund grant cycle?
No. OCCF will consider no more than one project from an organization during a single iFund grant cycle.
Are applications submitted online?
Yes, after submitting an email requesting access to the application (please refer to the guidelines). If your proposed program and organization appear to meet the guidelines, you will receive an email with a link and access code to the online application.
Will the organizations that apply receive notification if they are not approved?
Yes, all organizations that submit an application will be notified of funding decisions by end of February 2023.
What is the logic model which is referenced in the grant application and follow-up reporting?
A logic model is a visual tool that depicts the shared relationship between the resources, activities, outputs, outcomes and the intended impact of the program. Click here to view the logic model.
Grants are awarded to charitable organizations providing basic and preventive health care to individuals who would not otherwise have access to such services.
Mercy Health Foundation Oklahoma City
$25,000 to provide mammograms, biopsies, ultrasounds, genetic counseling, translation services, MRIs and specialist appointments for Black and Hispanic females age 40 to 65.
The Oklahoma Caring Van
$10,000 to provide immunizations for youth who qualify for the Vaccines for Children program or who are uninsured.
Mental Health Association Oklahoma
$20,000 to provide street medicine and service navigation to individuals experiencing homelessness and in permanent supportive housing units.
Planned Parenthood Great Plains
$25,000 to provide health care visits and STI testing for uninsured young adults.
Calm Waters Center for Children and Families
$20,000 to fund grief-counseling scholarships.
$34,000 to support a clinic drop-in center, in partnership with Variety Care, for young adults age 16 to 24 who are experiencing homelessness or couch homelessness.
Community Health Centers
$26,000 to provide mammograms and breast exams for uninsured women
$2,500 to provide lice treatments for youth experiencing an extreme case of lice.
Oklahoma Dental Foundation
$30,000 to provide veterans with the oral care need to receive dentures in partnership with D-Dent.
$20,000 to provide oral health care to individuals transitioning out of homelessness, in partnership with Oklahoma Family Dentistry.
Skyline Urban Ministry
$25,600 to fund a one-year nutrition and exercise education program for individuals identified through Skyline’s programs.