Outreaching with vaccines

The Green Country Behavioral Health Services Outreach Team is hitting the streets armed with a pharmacist and close to a hundred doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. They are partnering with… Read Full Article »

Health Park offers Workouts

We are offering an outdoor fitness group located at the Green Country Health Park on Thursdays from 1:30 to 2:30pm (weather permitting). All GCBHS clients are welcome to attend. The… Read Full Article »

Med Clinic reopens doors

We are pleased to announce that all Med Clinic operations has moved back to its original location at the Main building in Muskogee at 619 N. Main St. After several… Read Full Article »

GC awarded CCBHC status

While you may not see it outwardly in regard to the services we provide, we are excited to announce that GCBHS now has the official designation of being a Certified… Read Full Article »

Regular Hours Return Thursday

We will open at 10am and remain open until 5:00pm today, Feb. 17th. We anticipate operating on our regular operating schedule (8:00-5:00p) as the weather begins to improve on Thursday… Read Full Article »

Winter WX: Friday 2/12

Our caring staff continues to meet your needs and will be here FRIDAY, Feb. 12th from 8-4pm. Monday hours TBD so follow us on Facebook for the latest updates. Telehealth continues… Read Full Article »

Weather Delays Opening

Due to the icy weather and hazardous road conditions, we will open at 10am on Thursday, February 11th. Stay safe and upright, everyone. ❄️🥶 Crisis line available: 918-682-8407

Fitness Playground Opens

Green Country’s Adult Fitness Playground opened this month, thanks to an employee who was creative in considering how to help our clients make healthy choices – and to the Oklahoma… Read Full Article »

Thank you, Donors!

There is no doubt that the past year has been difficult on nonprofit organizations such as ours. That’s why we are so thankful for those that recognize the services we… Read Full Article »

What are Co-Occurring Disorders?

Approximately 7.9 million adults in the United States struggle with co-occurring disorders. If someone has both addiction and a mental health disorder, they are classified as having co-occurring disorders (a.k.a…. Read Full Article »