Musician ResourcesCommunity Partners

As part of our mission to support Oklahoma musicians, here is a list of resources and medical providers who offer special or low-cost treatments for musicians in need of health care. If you’re a provider who would like to be included in this list, contact us.

Annie Heartfield


Licensed professional counselor in private practice in downtown Tulsa who works with musicians, particularly those who are attempting to make their living making music, at a sliding scale.

Dr. Joanna Roulston, DDS


Red Dirt Relief Fund Dental program includes $75 X-ray & exam with discount for restorative work. is the music industry’s mental health and wellness resource hub. Visit this site for free resources, virtual classes, crisis hotline or to connect with a case worker. 

Community Health Centers

Also known as health centers or federally qualified health centers, CHC provide essential primary care services to Oklahomans in underserved areas. Community Health Centers (CHCs) are private nonprofits that serve all patients regardless of ability to pay, offer sliding fee scales to low-income families, and are governed by patient-majority boards that reflect the communities they serve.


NeedyMeds is a 501(c)(3) national non-profit that connects people to programs that will help them afford their medications and other healthcare costs, including a free discount card for prescription drugs.

Patient Advocate Foundation

Patient Advocate Foundation is a national 501 (c)(3) non-profit that provides direct services to patients with chronic, life threatening and debilitating diseases to help access care and treatment recommended by their doctor, including case management of large and/or surprise hospital bills.

Need financial help?

Anyone experiencing an emergency who has worked in the music industry for 5 years and lives in Oklahoma is eligible. Contact us for more information.