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Do We Know About Your Life Support Equipment?


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f someone in your household relies on elec- trically-powered, life-support equipment,


your account should have a special designation in Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative’s records. NEOEC includes a special notation in its


member information system for those requiring life-support equipment. Your help is needed to keep this information current. If a power outage is planned for line mainte-


nance or construction, members with life-saving equipment will receive an advanced warning of the outage, along with the anticipated length of time the power will be off . If power is inter- rupted due to a storm or other event, line crews will be able to give priority to homes listed with life-support equipment. If you are a member with life-support equip-


ment in use in your home, contact the coopera- tive at 800-256-6405 to request a form to register your equipment. T e form must be completed by your physician and returned to the cooper- ative. It could mean the diff erence between life and death. ■


Area Financial Assis


Area Financial Assistance Agencies Craig County


Dept. of Human Services (DHS) ------------------------- 918-713-5000 Community Action --------------------------------------- 918-256-7387 Grand Lake Community Ministries ---------------------- 918-782-2861 ROCMND Area Youth Services, Inc. -------------------- 918-256-7518 Salvation Army - Vinita ----------------------------------- 918-256-2037


Delaware County


Community Action --------------------------------------- 918-253-4683 Cherokee Nation Human Services in Jay ---------------- 918-253-4219 Christian H.E.L.P Center --------------------------------- 918-786-6798 Dept. of Human Services (DHS) ------------------------- 918-253-4213 Grove Mission Enterprises, Inc. -------------------------- 918-786-6236


Ottawa County


Dept. of Human Services (DHS) ------ 918-541-2400 or 800-884-1715 Miami Ministerial Alliance ------------------------------- 918-540-2815


Mayes County


Cherokee Housing Authority ----------------------------- 918-825-4811 Dept. of Human Services (DHS) ------ 918-824-4900 or 800-815-7572 Liberty House Community Outreach Centers, Inc. ----- 918-434-2288 Salvation Army / Community Action - Pryor ----------- 918-825-3423


Rogers County


Community Action --------------------------------------- 918-341-5000 Dept. of Human Services (DHS) ------ 918-283-8300 or 800-270-0804 Salvation Army - Claremore ------------------------------ 918-341-3559 T e Good Samaritan Ministry, Inc. ---------------------- 918-343-4357


Siloam Springs, AR


Salvation Army -------------------------------------------- 479-524-6091 Tribes


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Cherokee Nation Tribe ------------------------------------ 800-256-0671 Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribe -------------- 405-262-0345 or 800-247-4612 Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma -------------------------- 888-436-0553 Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma --------- 580-924-8280 or 800-522-6170 Eastern Shawnee Tribe ----------------- 918-666-7710 or 866-978-1352 Kaw Nation ----------------------------- 580-269-2552 or 866-404-5297 Miami Tribe of Oklahoma -------------------------------- 918-542-1445 Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma -------------------------------- 918-542-1190 Muscogee Creek Nation ----------------------------------- 918-759-2334 Ottawa Indian Tribe --------------------------------------- 918-540-1536 Quapaw Tribe ---------------------------------------------- 918-542-1853 Sac and Fox Nation ---------------------------------------- 918-968-3526 Seneca-Cayuga Tribe -------------------------------------- 918-542-6609 Shawnee Tribe --------------------------------------------- 918-542-2441 United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians (UKBOCI) --- 918-456-8698 Wyandotte Nation ----------------------------------------- 918-678-2297


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