Oklahoma is one of 13 states where food insecurity is higher than the national average.
Food insecurity is when someone doesn't have consistent access to adequate food at times during the year because of a lack of money and other resources.
1 in 4 Oklahoma children are at risk of going to bed hungry.
1 in 10 Oklahoma senior citizens struggle with hunger.
16% of our statewide population is considered food insecure, leaving 635,000 Oklahomans (219,000 children) unsure where they will get their next meal.
Click on the links below to view each Hunger by County profile and learn more about hunger statistics in 24 counties of eastern Oklahoma. To save as a PDF, right click on the county link and click Save As. Adair Cherokee Choctaw Craig Creek Delaware Haskell Latimer Le Flore Mayes McCurtain McIntosh Muskogee Nowata Okmulgee Osage Ottawa Pittsburg Pushmataha Rogers Sequoyah Tulsa Wagoner Washington All 24 Counties