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Operating Partners

The Oklahoma Caring Foundation serves communities beyond the Oklahoma City and Tulsa regions through relationships with the following Caring Van operating partners:

Choctaw Nation

The Oklahoma Caring Van operated by Choctaw Nation Health Services serves children and adults across a 10.5-county region in southeast Oklahoma by offering immunizations, fluoride varnishes, blood pressure screenings, and head lice checks.


Southern Plains Tribal Health Board

The Southern Plains Triball Health Board Caring Van travels across the state to deliver preventive health services to members of Oklahoma’s American Indian tribes. Services include immunizations, dental screenings, fluoride varnishes, and elder education.


Oklahoma State Department of Health

The Oklahoma State Department of Health partners with county health departments to operate a Caring Van that serves ten counties in southwest Oklahoma. This unit offers immunizations, wellness education, and preventive dental services.


Chickasaw Nation

The Chickasaw Nation Caring Van is based in Ada and serves ten counties in south central Oklahoma. Immunizations, preventive dental services, wellness education, and audiology are among the services available aboard the unit.


MobileSmiles Oklahoma

MobileSmiles Oklahoma Caring Van serves communities throughout the entire state of Oklahoma. Aboard the unit, dental professional staff and volunteers provide preventive oral health screenings, services and education.


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The Oklahoma Caring Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization administered as in kind gift by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma, a Division of Health Care Service Corporation, a Mutual Legal Reserve Company. These companies are independent licensees of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association.

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