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Our Purpose To Improve Life.

Few statements are as bold as this, but that’s what drives us each and every day. In fact, improving life is more than our purpose, it’s GRAND’s legacy and contribution to humanity. We are dedicated to improving life by making a long-term, positive generational impact. We want to leverage the mental health industry as a launching pad to change the course of communities around the globe for the better. We are not just saving lives today, which inherently creates its own ripple effect of positivity, we are creating and establishing best practices that prioritize a community’s mental health through innovation, transparency, and a tenacious spirit, encouraging people to live their best lives.

Our Core Values

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    Be Purposeful

    We work with focused determination, intentionally improving mental health and wellbeing for all.

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    Be Reliable

    We offer a much-needed sense of stability for our clients. We must be trustworthy, accessible, and dependable, doing what we say and believing in what we do.

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    Be Caring

    This is at the heart of who we are. It’s in our DNA to consistently show respect, support, and kindness for those we have the privilege to serve.

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    Be Tenacious

    We do not give up. We remain persistent and proactive, pushing ourselves to achieve our goals and do better/be better, working to make a difference.

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    Be Transformative

    We’re leaders. We pioneer and innovate, creating seismic, meaningful change-for-the-good in mental health care.

Our Pillars

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    Immediate Access

    We know we have a limited window to help someone when they decide to enter treatment. Meeting people when and where they’re at…24/7…saves lives. Period.

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    Quality Care

    Our continuum of care is more than simply a treatment plan. It’s providing care across a full spectrum of needs.

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    Least Restrictive Environment

    Removing barriers to treatment allows clients to recover quicker, also allowing for more days in recovery.

Provide immediate access to quality care in the least restrictive environment. Those are our pillars—our beliefs—and we practice them every day. By looking at the entire person and addressing other healthcare or personal needs they have outside of their mental health diagnosis, we strive to help resolve other issues that may serve as trigger points or barriers, restricting their journey to a better tomorrow.

Our Model of Operation

The G.R.A.N.D. Model (Grand Response Access Network on Demand) is comprised of three key pieces:

  • iPads installed with integrated support access app for instant connection to a mental health professional.
  • Urgent Recovery Centers that provide 24/7 crisis stabilization services.
  • All crisis calls, whether from iPads or phones, are answered by alert, on-site staff at the URC.

Together, these components offer an alternative to inpatient care.

Our Impact

Our evidence-based approach is working and having an impact on our communities.

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Our History


Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan sponsors the Community Mental Health Center Act to develop community-based mental health services.

President John F. Kennedy signs the bill into law.

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The Gateway Economic Development Association of Vinita obtains federal funding to start a non-profit 501(c)(3) community mental health service for seven counties in northeast Oklahoma.

The Northeast Oklahoma Human Development Services is formed.

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Federal funds are converted to state grants.

The agency rebrands to Grand Lake Mental Health Center, Inc.

Our central administration moves from Vinita to Nowata, Oklahoma.

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The agency rebrands to GRAND Mental Health and continues to expand to communities beyond the Grand Lake area.

GRAND Mental Health merges with 12&12, Inc.

GRAND Mental Health opens Brief Stay Therapeutic Home in Bartlesville.


GRAND Mental Health named a finalist for the Oklahoma Nonprofit Excellence Award.

GRAND Mental Health becomes a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) in Tulsa.

Key Agency Collaborators

Tulsa Area

  • Healthy Minds Policy Initiative

  • Tulsa Methamphetamine Treatment Continuum

  • Tulsa Children’s Behavioral Health Partnership of Tulsa

  • Housing Solutions Tulsa

  • A Way Home For Tulsa

  • Tulsa Public Schools

  • YMCA of Greater Tulsa

  • Broken Arrow Public Schools

  • Glenpool Public Schools

  • Bixby Public Schools

  • Tulsa Day Center

  • Mental Health Association of Oklahoma

  • Tulsa County Alternative Court Programs

  • JusticeLink Tulsa

  • Tulsa Dream Center

  • Restore Hope Ministries

  • Tulsa Sobering Center

  • Tulsa Fire Department

  • Tulsa Police Department

  • University of Oklahoma Health Science Center

  • Morton Comprehensive Health Services

  • Sangha Men's Recovery Community of Tulsa

  • Laureate Psychiatric Clinic and Hospital

  • Tulsa Area United Way

  • Langston University - Tulsa

  • Teens Excelling Beyond Foundation

  • H.O.P.E. Testing

  • Pause 4 Paws

Holiday Hours

All GRAND Mental Health clinics will be CLOSED on the days below.
NOTE: The following services will remain OPEN at all times:
– 24/7 Crisis Line 800.722.3611
– 24/7 Crisis Centers in Claremore, Jay, Pryor, Stillwater, Jay, Tulsa, & Vinita
– Tulsa GRAND Addiction Recovery Center
– Tulsa Bryce House

New Year’s Day – Monday, January 1, 2024

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – Monday, January 15, 2024

Memorial Day – Monday, May 27, 2024

Independence Day – Thursday, July 4, 2024

Labor Day – Monday, September 2, 2024

Thanksgiving (2 days) – Thurs. & Fri., November 28-29, 2024

Christmas (2 days) – Tues. & Wed., December 24-25, 2024
(Mon. & Tues., Dec. 25-26, 2023)