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Oklahoma State (i /?o?kl?'ho?m?/) is a state located in the South Central region of the United States of America. With an estimated 3,751,351 residents as of the 2010 census and a land area of 68,667 square miles (177,847 km²), Oklahoma is the 28th most populous and 20th-largest state. The state's name is derived from the Choctaw words okla and humma, meaning "red people", and is known informally by its nickname, The Sooner State. Formed by the combination of Oklahoma Territory and Indian Territory on November 16, 1907, Oklahoma was the 46th state to enter the union. Its residents are known as Oklahomans, and its capital and largest city is Oklahoma City.

Heritage for the Blind is a non-profit organization serving the blind and visually impaired in Oklahoma State. Our mission is to provide the tools necessary to help the blind and visually impaired in Oklahoma State independently explore and participate fully in society.

Heritage for the blind can also help individuals in OK search over 1650 local, state and federal programs that can help with expenses such as prescription drugs, rent, heating  bills, meals, medical costs, veteran’s benefits and Alzheimer’s care in OK.  Our Free Benefit search service can help find and the benefits you deserve.

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Following are the available addresses for Oklahoma - OK
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Oklahoma ABLE Tech

1514 W. Hall of Fame

Stilwater, OK 74078-2026

Phone: (405) 744-9864

Oklahoma ABLE Tech

Seretean Wellness Center

1514 W. Hall of Fame

Stilwater, OK 74078-2026

Phone: (405) 744-9864

Oklahoma Aging Services Division

Department of Human Services

2401 NW 23rd, Suite 40O

klahoma City, OK 73107-2422

Phone: (405) 521-3646

Northeastern State University Oklahoma

College of Optometry

Oklahoma College of Optometry

1001 N. Grand Avenue

Tahlequah, OK 74464

Phone: (918) 444-4090

Oklahoma League for the Blind

501 North Douglas Avenue

Oklahoma City, OK 73106-3124

Phone: (405) 232-4644

Oklahoma State Department of Education:

Special Education Services

Oliver Hodge Memorial Education Building

2500 North Lincoln Boulevard

Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4599

Phone: (405) 522-3248

Oklahoma School for the Blind

3300 Gibson Street

Muskogee, OK 74403

Phone: (918) 781-8200


5840 South Memorial Drive

Suite 312

Tulsa, OK 74145

Phone: (918) 627-1000

NanoPac, Inc.

4823 South Sheridan Road

Suite 302

Tulsa, OK 74145

Phone: (918) 665-0329

Little Light House

5120 East 36th Street

Tulsa, OK 74135

Phone: (918) 664-6746

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Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation


3535 NW 58th Street

Suite 500O

klahoma City, OK 73112

Phone: (405) 951-3400

Prevent Blindness Oklahoma

6 Northeast 63rd Street

Suite 150O

klahoma City, OK 73105

Phone: (405) 848-7123

Oklahoma Library for the Blind and

Physically Handicapped

300 NE 18th Street

Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Phone: (405) 521-3514

Oklahoma Soonerstart

Special Education Services

2500 N. Lincoln Boulevard

Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Phone: (405) 521-4880

Oklahoma Commission on Children and

Youth: Interagency Coordinating Council

for Early Childhood Intervention

500 North Broadway

Suite 300O

klahoma City, OK 73105

Phone: (405) 606-4900

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Southeast Ohio Sight Center

358 Lincoln Avenue

Lancaster, OH 43130

Phone: (740) 687-4785

Assistive Technology of Ohio

445 East Dublin Granville RoadB

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Worthington, OH 43085

Phone: (614) 293-9132

Dean A. McGee Eye Institute

608 Stanton L. Young Boulevard

Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Phone: (405) 271-6060

Oklahoma Deaf-Blind Technical Assistance


820 Van Vleet Oval, Rm 321

Norman, OK 73019


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