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EF Oklahoma News | 2020

June 7th
Talk to others with similar issues...that's what a support group is all about..know you aren't alone, feel accepted and a sense of hope, or be there to help your peers.

EFOK Virtual Support Group Meeting on Thursday, June 11th  at 7pm on Zoom. use the Registration button to get the Zoom link to attend the virtual meeting:
We can't wait to see you there!!!!
Register Here
Very Exciting News!!!!
Summer Camp has gone virtual!
Anyone can sign up so don't wit
reserve your spot today!!!!
Register Here
Attention Artists!
EFOK Kids Crew introduces it's 1st ever
Zoom the  Museum!!

We NEED artists to create one of a kind art and join us on zoom
June 19th @ 2 PM to show off your art and learn some fun art facts!

You can create art out of

Change to in a Kids Crew Backpack 
Museum Pass
Register Here
Kids Crew
The Kids Crew is hosting a virtual End of School Luau on Saturday, June 27 at 3 p.m ET. Members from across the country will be attending to celebrate and have fun!. Do you want to learn more about the event and the Kids Crew program? Please email Jon Scheinman at
July 11,2020
Mohawk Park Tulsa, OK
Register Here
2020 Minority Outreach
The Epilepsy Foundation (EF) Enhancing Outreach to Minority Communities Initiative announces the availability of funds to award up to ten (10) mini grants during fiscal grant 2020-2021 to support epilepsy awareness projects focusing on health education in minority communities. Grant funds of $10,000 per applicant will be awarded to local chapters and affiliates of the Epilepsy Foundation (Epilepsy Network), State Offices of Minority Health (SOMHs), and/or their community and faith-based partners to successfully complete epilepsy awareness activities from August 2020 to January 2021.
Based on estimates from the CDC 2017 MMWR Report and 2018 Census Data, approximately 32% of African Americans and Hispanics are living with epilepsy, and 42% of all racial and ethnic populations combined are living with active epilepsy in the United States.
The Epilepsy Foundation wants to increase the community and clinical linkages between minority populations impacted by epilepsy and existing epilepsy resources, including self-management programs. The purpose of the Minority Outreach Mini-Grantee Program is to promote effective and impactful engagement with minority and racial and ethnic populations to increase awareness of epilepsy education and resources and link more diverse individuals living with epilepsy to care.
The mini-grant application is due to Thometta Cozart no later than Friday, July 10, 2020 via email to If you have questions regarding this opportunity, please contact Multicultural Outreach Director Thometta Cozart, MS, MPH, CHES, CPH at
This is a limited competition application process that is part of Foundation’s National Epilepsy Education and Awareness Collaborative (NEEAC) funded through the CDC cooperative agreement.

EF Oklahoma Information


Epilpesy Support Groups

Due to the growing health concerns surrounding COVID-19 ALL Support Groups have been placed on hold until further notice. 
We will have a virtual support gtoup this month!
see above.

Below is a list of Oklahoma cities that host Epilepsy Support and Networking Groups:
Oklahoma City

A new group is coming soon to Enid and Northwest Oklahoma. 

Click on the link before for more information on our Support Groups.

Support Groups

Upcoming Events

Women Strong Epilpesy Wellness Expo
TBD | OU Health Sciences | OKC

Take A Swing At Epilepsy
TBD | Top Golf | OKC

Seize The Moment 5k
July 11th | Mohawk Park | Tulsa

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Epilepsy Foundation Oklahoma
11212 N. May Avenue, Suite 108
OKC, OK 73120

Office:  405.463.0673
Fax: 405.463.0985

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