Together OK to Host Event to Help Thousands of Oklahomans Re-enroll in SoonerCare 

Beginning in April 2023, more than 350,000 Oklahomans were asked to update their eligibility information in order to maintain their SoonerCare coverage, which allows low-income Oklahomans to see a doctor and fill prescriptions. 

Since then, 160,000 Oklahomans have lost coverage and more than 140,000 Oklahomans are at risk of losing coverage. Families with outdated information on file may be at risk of losing their SoonerCare health insurance even if they meet eligibility requirements.

On Wednesday, October 25 from 2 – 4 p.m. Together Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Policy Institute, along with regional community partners, will host a live-stream event called OK Wellness Watch on Facebook, YouTube, and from five different on-site locations.

OK Wellness Watch will highlight the importance of updating eligibility information and walk viewers through the process so SoonerCare participants can continue to receive high-quality, affordable healthcare. 

For those who may no longer be eligible for SoonerCare, OK Wellness Watch will also provide information about how to get health insurance through the federal Marketplace, known as

Additionally, a panel of community members will discuss the work they do to make sure people across the state have access to care.

Oklahomans who have lost coverage or who are at risk of losing coverage in coming months should update their contact, employment, and income information at or by calling 800-987-7767 and answering a few simple questions over the phone. The process takes about five minutes for most people. 

Livestream OK Wellness Watch from anywhere on your phone or computer. Live streaming will also occur at:

  • Great Plains Improvement Foundation, 2 SE Lee Blvd., Suite 100, Lawton; 
  • Guiding Right New Hope Wellness Center, 2809 NW 31st Street, Oklahoma City; 
  • Guiding Right in Tulsa, 4619 S. Harvard Ave. Suite 104, Tulsa; 
  • OIC, 3033 N. Walnut Ave., Oklahoma City; 
  • Perry A. Klassen Family Medical Center, 1006 NE 17th Street, Oklahoma City; 

For Oklahomans to complete their SoonerCare renewal, visit the Oklahoma Health Care Authority website.

Published by Kandis West

Kandis West is a communications professional with more than 15 years of experience. Most recently, she served as the Communications Director for the Oklahoma House Democratic Caucus. She spent nine years in the Olympia/Tacoma area of Washington organizing compensation campaigns for teachers for the Washington Education Association. Kandis has a proven track record of increasing community engagement, public awareness and media exposure around the most pressing issues that impact citizens. She is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma Gaylord College of Journalism.