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Clinical Trials and Ongoing Safety Monitoring Show That COVID-19 Vaccination Is Safe for Children and Teens. Before recommending COVID-19 vaccination, scientists conducted clinical trials with thousands of children and teens to make sure the vaccine is safe and effective. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine emergency authorization for use in everyone ages 5 through 15 years and full approval for use in everyone ages 16 years and older. Learn more about how COVID-19 vaccines were developed and approved.
Vaccines scheduling assistance is available by contacting one of the Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City – Community Health Navigators.
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Having health insurance gives you peace of mind knowing that you can get the care you need and avoid large medical bills if you get sick or injured. Find that peace of mind today with Medicaid. Medicaid offers low-cost and free health insurance that covers doctor visits, hospital care, prescriptions, mental health care, and more. Visit https://oklahoma.gov/ohca.html or call 1-800-987-7767 to enroll today.
Agency collaboration ensures homebound individuals and their families have access to COVID vaccines OKDHS and District 2 Health Departments partner in the northern counties OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug 8, 22) – Oklahoma Human Services (OKDHS) has partnered with the District 2 County Health Departments to ensure…
OKLAHOMA CITY – April 18, 2022 – The Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City partners with Variety Care and United Way of Central Oklahoma to provide free mammogram services. Mammography is the process of using low-energy X-rays to examine the human breast for diagnosis and…
The Urban League Employment and Training program specializes in training for individuals with barriers in their background and individuals that are underemployed.
Last year, we helped 1,877 clients find employment through this program.
The Urban League Education and Family Development Program focuses on supplemental education and supportive family services for students that attend high-poverty, low-performing schools.
We are proud to be a Dell Powering the Possible Youth Learning Partner!
The Affordable Housing Program has been one of the core focuses of the Urban League since 1946. The Affordable Housing Program provides quality, affordable homes by rehabilitating existing structures and constructing new homes and prepares families for homeownership by hosting homebuyer essentials workshops.