Author Archives: John Lindsay

GC wins Chamber award

We were honored to be named the Non-Profit of the Year by the Greater Muskogee Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, January 26th. The Chamber hosted a luncheon highlighting the 2022… Read Full Article »

Late Opening Tuesday

Due to hazardous road conditions and forecast for more sleet and freezing rain, all GCBHS office will open at 10:00am on Tuesday, January 31st.  Crisis line available 24/7: 918-682-8407 Take… Read Full Article »

Staff Awards and Recognition

Our Annual Staff Appreciation Reception was held recently and the following people were recognized for tenure and outstanding service to our mission to be ‘caring people, caring for others.’  Congratulations… Read Full Article »

Care-A-Van Rolls On…

Our mobile unit, the CARE-A-VAN, has arrived and will begin providing much needed integrated behavioral healthcare to various rural communities in both Muskogee and McIntosh counties. The Care-A-Van is a… Read Full Article »

Gun Violence Prevention Summit

We have so many of our staff doing such great work that many times, goes completely unrecognized…and many of them like it that way. On Monday, October 17th, we were… Read Full Article »

Med Clinic receives Excellence award

Congratulations to our Medical Clinic Team of nurses and other staff for receiving the “Excellence in the Workplace Award” at the Oklahoma Nurses Association annual convention. The Excellence in the… Read Full Article »

Staff attend Justice & Recovery Conference

Several of our staff were able to take part in the recent Infinite Hope: Justice and Recovery Conference held in Norman, OK.  The Justice & Recovery Conference provides participants with… Read Full Article »

IPS Team exceeds nationally

We are proud to announce that our Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Team has exceeded the national average in Competitive Employment Rates and is a model for the rest of… Read Full Article »

GC responds to Taft shooting

Just after midnight on Sunday, May 29th, during a Memorial Day gathering of close to 1,500 people in the community of Taft, shots were fired and one woman was killed… Read Full Article »

Hope Through Healing Summit

On June 16, leaders from several different Muskogee organizations and community members, gathered to learn more about being more trauma-informed when working with clients and the general public at this… Read Full Article »