Green Country Case Manager, Tessa Woods, was recently named OU’s School of Social Work Practicum Student of the Year. We are so proud of her accomplishments and are so honored… Read Full Article »
Help & Healing for Everyone.
As a member of the National Health Service Corps, Green Country Behavioral Health Services promises to provide services regardless of inability to pay. Discounted fees for essential services are offered based on family size and income.
Our services include assessment, counseling and treatment for mental health concerns and addictive disorders, as well as crisis intervention and a community based, adult crisis stabilization unit.
40Years of Experience
$3MIn Community Donations
Green Country Behavioral Health Services, Inc. (GCBHS) is a private, non-profit Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) providing comprehensive outpatient and crisis services to individuals of all ages. At GCBHS, no one is denied services because of inability to pay. Only ten non-profit CMHC’s and four state-operated CMHC’s serve the entire state of Oklahoma. GCBHS was incorporated in 1979, celebrating more than 40 years of service in Muskogee and McIntosh counties. We offer a full continuum of mental health and substance use disorder services for adults and children, including Medication Assisted Treatment for adults. GCBHS is the designated Health Home for children and adults in Muskogee and McIntosh Counties. All GCBHS outpatient and crisis programs hold “Certification with Special Distinction” from the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Additionally, GCBHS is a NARCAN hub for Muskogee County. Our clinical staff hold a variety of licenses, certifications, and degrees; which include Nationally Certified therapists in trauma treatment. GCBHS staff is well-trained and supervised to deliver high quality, evidence-based services to the people we serve.
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“The people at GCBHS have been like family to me. I wouldn’t be where I am without them and the support and guidance they’ve provided.”Jim K.